**Q1. A shopkeeper has two articles A & B. He sold A at Rs. 128 and cost price of article A is Rs. x and gains (x – 20)% in this transaction. If cost price of article B is 25% more than A, then find at what price shopkeeper should sold B to make of profit of 40%?**

(a) 118

(b) 124

(c) 136

(d) 148

(e) 140

**Q2. The ratio of daily wage of three workers P, Q & R in ‘MANREGA’ is 21 : 16 : 18 respectively. If any of workers work on Sunday, then gets Rs. 125 extra on that day. The ratio of wage of P, Q&R for a weekday and Sunday is 26 : 21 : 23, then find the difference between wage of P&R on a weekday & Sunday (in Rs.) ?**

(a) 64

(b) 75

(c) 90

(d) 125

(e) 100

**Q3. Veer invested an amount on simple interest, and it becomes two times of itself in 10 years. If Veer invested Rs. X at the same rate of interest on CI and he gets Rs. 5324 as amount after three years, then find amount invested by Veer (in Rs.)?**

(a) 4400

(b) 3600

(c) 4800

(d) 4000

(e) 3000

**Q4. Seven people chosen for Kho -Kho team from a group of 8 boys and 6 girls. In how many ways 3 boys and 4 girls can be chosen for Kho -Kho team ?**

(a) 92

(b) 696

(c) 768

(d) 840

(e) 864

**Q5. Train-A crosses a pole in 9 seconds and Train-B which is 180m long and running at 150km/hr crosses Train-A in 57.6 seconds, when running in same direction. Then, find in how much time will Train-A cross Train-B when running in opposite direction?**

(a) 9.6 seconds

(b) 8.2 seconds

(c) 6.4 seconds

(d) 5 seconds

(e) 11.2 seconds

**Q6. A pipe can fill a tank in 36 minutes & another pipe can fill it in 48 minutes, but a third Pipe can empty it in 18 minutes. The first two pipes are kept open for 16 minutes in the beginning then the third Pipe is also opened. In what time is the cistern emptied?**

(a) 120 min

(b) 80 min

(c) 96 min

(d) 112 min

(e) 144 min

**Q7. A container contains two liquids A and B in the ratio 8 : 5 .When 13 liters of mixture is drawn off and is completely replaced with liquid B, then the ratio of A and B in the container becomes 1 : 1. How many liter of liquid A was in the container initially ?**

(a) 128/3 liter

(b) 117 liter

(c) 134/3 liter

(d) 121/3 liter

(e) 130 liter

**Q8. A cricketer had a certain average of runs in 80 innings. In his 81st inning, he is bowled out for no score, due to which his average falls by 1 run. Then, find his new average of runs?**

(a) 50

(b) 60

(c) 70

(d) 80

(e) 90

**Q9. A man can row at 14 km/hr. in still water and speed of stream is 2 km/hr. If it takes him 7 hr. to row to a place & to come back, then find how far is the place?**

(a) 36 km

(b) 48 km

(c) 28 km

(d) 54 km

(e) 42 km

**Q10. A shopkeeper earns profit of 16⅔% after selling a book at 12.5% discount on the printed price. Then, find the ratio of the cost price & printed price of the book?**

(a) 1 : 2

(b) 2 : 3

(c) 3 : 4

(d) 4 : 5

(e) 5 : 6

**Q11. Hemant purchased some book and by selling 40% of total books he will get cost price of 80% books. If he sells 70% of remaining books at half of its initial profit percent and rest of the books remain unsold, find his overall profit %.**

(a) 40%

(b) 45%

(c) 75%

(d) 43%

(e) 63%

**Q12. Shubham work for 5 days and remaining work was completed by Harvinder in 9 days. If Harvinder work for 12 days then remaining work was completed by Shubham in 3 days, then find how much time Harvinder will take to complete the work alone.**

**Q13. In a bag there are 6 blue, 4 red and 5 green balls. Three balls are chosen at random with replacement, find probability of getting utmost one color.**

**Q14. A large sphere of radius ‘R’ cm was converted into 64 small spheres of radius ‘r’ cm and then one small sphere is converted into 16 smaller cones of radius of ‘a’ cm. If height of cone is two times of its radius, then find R:a:r.**

(a) 6:1:2

(b) 4:2:1

(c) 8:1:2

(d) 4:1:2

(e) 16:1:4

**Q15. Pankaj purchased 3575 balls and 2002 bats and cost price of one bat is equal to cost price of one ball. He sold ball in such a way that he can buy 850 balls by selling 799 balls and can buy 777 bats by selling 987 bats. Find approximate overall loss/profit percent earned by Pankaj by selling all balls and bats.**

(a) 4%

(b) 5%

(c) 7%

(d) 6%

(e) 9%

**Solutions**