“20-20” Quantitative Aptitude | Crack Dena bank 2018 Day-104
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
Pipes A and B were started together to fill a tank. After how many hours pipe B should be closed so that the cistern gets filled in 7 hours?
Pipe A alone can fill the tank in 10 hours.
The efficiency of pipe A is 100% more than the efficiency of pipe B.
Pipe B can fill 2/5 of the tank in 8 hours.
Correct
Answer (d)
From statement I and II:
Time taken by A alone = 10 hours
Time taken by B alone = 20 hours (100% more efficient)
Total units of work= 20 units
A’s one hour work= 2 units
B’ one hour work= 1 units
Work done by pipe A alone in 7 hours= 14 units
Remaining units has to be done with B= 6/1= 6 hours
After 6 hours pipe B should be closed.
From Statement I and III:
Time taken by pipe B alone
= 2/5 in 8 hours
= 1 in 8*5/2= 20 hours
So, we can find the answer by using statement I and III.
From II and III:
We can also find out the answer by II and III because efficiency comparison between pipe A and B is given in statement II.
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Answer (d)
From statement I and II:
Time taken by A alone = 10 hours
Time taken by B alone = 20 hours (100% more efficient)
Total units of work= 20 units
A’s one hour work= 2 units
B’ one hour work= 1 units
Work done by pipe A alone in 7 hours= 14 units
Remaining units has to be done with B= 6/1= 6 hours
After 6 hours pipe B should be closed.
From Statement I and III:
Time taken by pipe B alone
= 2/5 in 8 hours
= 1 in 8*5/2= 20 hours
So, we can find the answer by using statement I and III.
From II and III:
We can also find out the answer by II and III because efficiency comparison between pipe A and B is given in statement II.
Question 2 of 20
2. Question
Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
A person invested certain sum of money in scheme which offers simple interest at the rate of 5%. What is the amount of interest earned in 5 years with same rate of interest?
The same amount of money gives Rs 300 as interest in 2 years.
If the difference between the S.I and CI earned at the end of 2 years on the same sum and the same rate of interest is Rs 200.
He invested Rs 2000 more in other scheme which offers interest at the rate 10%.
Correct
Answer (a)
From statement I:
Principal= 100*300/5*2=Rs 3000
Interest earned in four years
= 3000*5*5/100
= Rs 750
Statement II:
200 = P(R/100)^{2}
200 = P (5/100)^{2}
200 * 100*100 /25 = P
P =80000
Statement III:
No information is given about the sum invested in other scheme.
Incorrect
Answer (a)
From statement I:
Principal= 100*300/5*2=Rs 3000
Interest earned in four years
= 3000*5*5/100
= Rs 750
Statement II:
200 = P(R/100)^{2}
200 = P (5/100)^{2}
200 * 100*100 /25 = P
P =80000
Statement III:
No information is given about the sum invested in other scheme.
Question 3 of 20
3. Question
Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
What was the price of the house A in 2008?
The ratio of price of A to B in 2008 was 7:8.
The price of house B in 2009 was 650000 and it has increased by 30% from 2008.
The ratio of price of houses A and B in 2009 was 6:7
Correct
Answer (a)
From statement I and II:
Price of house B in 2008= 650000*100/130= Rs 500000
Price of house A in 2008= 500000*7/8= Rs 437500
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Answer (a)
From statement I and II:
Price of house B in 2008= 650000*100/130= Rs 500000
Price of house A in 2008= 500000*7/8= Rs 437500
Question 4 of 20
4. Question
Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
How many students in a college did not secure first class grade in final examination?
80% of the total students passed the examination and this students were classified as first, second and third class.
The ratio of failed students to first class grade students is 4:5
The total number students in the college were 600.
Correct
Answer (e)
From statement I, II and III:
Number of failed students= 600*20/100= 120
Number of students who secured first class= 120*5/4= 150 students
So, number of students who did secure first class grade= 600-120-150= 330 students
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Answer (e)
From statement I, II and III:
Number of failed students= 600*20/100= 120
Number of students who secured first class= 120*5/4= 150 students
So, number of students who did secure first class grade= 600-120-150= 330 students
Question 5 of 20
5. Question
Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
What is speed of the boat in still water?
The boat takes 6 hours to travel 48 km downstream
The boat takes 2 hours more to travel same distance upstream.
The ratio speed downstream to upstream is 4:3
Correct
Answer (a)
From I and II:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
Speed upstream= 48/8= 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
From statement I and III:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
The ratio speed downstream to upstream = 4:3
Speed of upstream = (8/4)*3 = 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
Incorrect
Answer (a)
From I and II:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
Speed upstream= 48/8= 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
From statement I and III:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
The ratio speed downstream to upstream = 4:3
Speed of upstream = (8/4)*3 = 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
Question 6 of 20
6. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
What is the total number of male officers in all cities?
Correct
Direction: (6-10)
Answer (b)
Required total= 1200+2500+3600+3000= 10300
Incorrect
Direction: (6-10)
Answer (b)
Required total= 1200+2500+3600+3000= 10300
Question 7 of 20
7. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
The total number of employees in Mumbai is what percent more than the total number of female clerks in all four cities together?
Correct
Answer (e)
Required percentage= (21600-14600)*100/14600= 47.9% = 48% more
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Answer (e)
Required percentage= (21600-14600)*100/14600= 47.9% = 48% more
Question 8 of 20
8. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
What is the ratio of the number of female officers in all four cities to the number of female clerks in all cities together?
Correct
Answer (b)
Required ratio = 8+20+45+45/15+32+54+45 = 118/146 = 59:73
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Answer (b)
Required ratio = 8+20+45+45/15+32+54+45 = 118/146 = 59:73
Question 9 of 20
9. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
What is difference between the total number of employees in Mumbai and the total number of employees in Delhi?
Correct
Answer (d)
Required difference= 21600-12500= 9100
Incorrect
Answer (d)
Required difference= 21600-12500= 9100
Question 10 of 20
10. Question
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
What is the average number of employees in Bangalore and Kolkata?
Correct
Answer (e)
Required average= (7000+18000)/2= 12500
Incorrect
Answer (e)
Required average= (7000+18000)/2= 12500
Question 11 of 20
11. Question
24 men can complete the work in 12 days. After 6 days of the work, 6 men left the job. In how many days will take to complete the remaining work?
Correct
Answer (d)
Total work= 24*12 = 288 work
6 days work= 24*6 = 144 work
Remaining work= 288 – 144 = 144 work
Required days = 144/18 = 8 days
Incorrect
Answer (d)
Total work= 24*12 = 288 work
6 days work= 24*6 = 144 work
Remaining work= 288 – 144 = 144 work
Required days = 144/18 = 8 days
Question 12 of 20
12. Question
A bag contains 50p, 25p and 10p coins in the ratio of 6: 4: 3, amounting to Rs. 258. Find the number of coins of each type respectively.
Correct
Answer (a)
The ratio of the 50p, 25p, 10p coins be 6x, 4x and 3x
6x*(50/100) + 4x*(25/100) + 3x*(10/100) = 258
6x/2 + 4x/4 + 3x/10 = 258
(60x + 20x + 6x) /20 = 258
x = 60
Hence the numbers of coins are,
50p = 6 × 60 = 360
25p = 4 × 60 = 240
10p = 3 × 60 = 180
The answer is, (360, 240, 180)
Incorrect
Answer (a)
The ratio of the 50p, 25p, 10p coins be 6x, 4x and 3x
6x*(50/100) + 4x*(25/100) + 3x*(10/100) = 258
6x/2 + 4x/4 + 3x/10 = 258
(60x + 20x + 6x) /20 = 258
x = 60
Hence the numbers of coins are,
50p = 6 × 60 = 360
25p = 4 × 60 = 240
10p = 3 × 60 = 180
The answer is, (360, 240, 180)
Question 13 of 20
13. Question
If the radius and heights of two cylinders are in the ratio of 5: 6 and 2: 5 respectively, then find the ratio of volume of two cylinders?
7 years ago, the ratio of age of P and Q is 4: 5. The present age of P is equal to the age of Q, 7 years ago. Find the sum of age of P and Q, 5 years hence?
Correct
Answer (b)
7 years ago, the ratio of age of P and Q = 4 : 5(4x, 5x)
The present age of P = The age of Q, 7 years ago
4x + 7 = 5x
5x – 4x = 7
X = 7
The present age of P and Q = 4x + 7, 5x + 7 = 35, 42
Required sum = 35 + 42 + 10 = 87 years
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Answer (b)
7 years ago, the ratio of age of P and Q = 4 : 5(4x, 5x)
The present age of P = The age of Q, 7 years ago
4x + 7 = 5x
5x – 4x = 7
X = 7
The present age of P and Q = 4x + 7, 5x + 7 = 35, 42
Required sum = 35 + 42 + 10 = 87 years
Question 15 of 20
15. Question
A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 7500, Rs. 8200 and Rs. 9400 respectively. After 7 months, C withdraw the full amount and A and B invested Rs. 500 and Rs. 800 more respectively. Find the share of C, if the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 36498?
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Directions (Q. 1 – 5): The following questions are accompanied by three statements I, II and III. You have to determine which statement is/are sufficient to answer the questions.
Pipes A and B were started together to fill a tank. After how many hours pipe B should be closed so that the cistern gets filled in 7 hours?
Pipe A alone can fill the tank in 10 hours.
The efficiency of pipe A is 100% more than the efficiency of pipe B.
Pipe B can fill 2/5 of the tank in 8 hours.
If either I and II or I or III is sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If I and either II or III are sufficient
If any two of I, II and III are sufficient.
None of these
A person invested certain sum of money in scheme which offers simple interest at the rate of 5%. What is the amount of interest earned in 5 years with same rate of interest?
The same amount of money gives Rs 300 as interest in 2 years.
If the difference between the S.I and CI earned at the end of 2 years on the same sum and the same rate of interest is Rs 200.
He invested Rs 2000 more in other scheme which offers interest at the rate 10%.
If only I or only II is sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If I and either II or III are sufficient
If any two of I, II and III are sufficient.
If all statements together are necessary
What was the price of the house A in 2008?
The ratio of price of A to B in 2008 was 7:8.
The price of house B in 2009 was 650000 and it has increased by 30% from 2008.
The ratio of price of houses A and B in 2009 was 6:7
If I and II is sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If I and either II or III are sufficient
If any two of I, II and III are sufficient.
If all statements together are necessary
How many students in a college did not secure first class grade in final examination?
80% of the total students passed the examination and this students were classified as first, second and third class.
The ratio of failed students to first class grade students is 4:5
The total number students in the college were 600.
If either I or II is sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If I and either II or III are sufficient
If any two of I, II and III are sufficient.
If all statements together are necessary
What is speed of the boat in still water?
The boat takes 6 hours to travel 48 km downstream
The boat takes 2 hours more to travel same distance upstream.
The ratio speed downstream to upstream is 4:3
If I and II or I and III is sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If III and either I or II are sufficient
If any two of I, II and III are sufficient.
If all statements together are necessary
Directions (Q. 6 – 10) Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions:
There are number of officers and clerks in four different cities, i.e Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata. In Bangalore the total number of employees is 7000 and the total number of officers is 2/7 times of the total number of employees. The ratio of male clerks to female clerks in Bangalore is 7:3. The number of male officers in Bangalore is 4/5 times of that of female clerks. The number of male officers in Delhi is 5/3 times of the number of female clerks in Bangalore. The number of female clerks in Delhi is 2/3 times the number of male clerks in that city. The number of male clerks in Delhi is 8/9 times of the number of female clerks in Mumbai. The total number of male employees in Mumbai is 11700, and the number of male officers in Mumbai is 4/13 times of the total number of male employees in that city. The number of female officers in Kolkata is equal to the number of female clerks in that city, which is equal to the number of female officers in Mumbai. The sum of male officers and male clerks in Kolkata is 9000, which is in the ratio of 1:2. The ratio of male to female officers Delhi is 5:4. The ratio of the number of male officers in Delhi to the number of female officers in Kolkata is 5:9. The number of female clerks in Mumbai is 20% more than the number of female officers in Mumbai.
What is the total number of male officers in all cities?
10500
10300
10700
10600
10400
The total number of employees in Mumbai is what percent more than the total number of female clerks in all four cities together?
30 %
25 %
57 %
12 %
48 %
What is the ratio of the number of female officers in all four cities to the number of female clerks in all cities together?
72:73
59:73
73:65
73:72
72:185
What is difference between the total number of employees in Mumbai and the total number of employees in Delhi?
9500
9700
9450
9100
9300
What is the average number of employees in Bangalore and Kolkata?
12900
12600
12800
12400
12500
24 men can complete the work in 12 days. After 6 days of the work, 6 men left the job. In how many days will take to complete the remaining work?
12 days
14 days
10 days
8 days
None of these
A bag contains 50p, 25p and 10p coins in the ratio of 6: 4: 3, amounting to Rs. 258. Find the number of coins of each type respectively.
360, 240, 180
320, 260, 140
340, 220, 160
300, 280, 200
None of these
If the radius and heights of two cylinders are in the ratio of 5: 6 and 2: 5 respectively, then find the ratio of volume of two cylinders?
6 : 17
8 : 15
5 : 18
7 : 19
None of these
7 years ago, the ratio of age of P and Q is 4: 5. The present age of P is equal to the age of Q, 7 years ago. Find the sum of age of P and Q, 5 years hence?
76 years
87 years
82 years
74 years
None of these
A, B and C started a business by investing Rs. 7500, Rs. 8200 and Rs. 9400 respectively. After 7 months, C withdraw the full amount and A and B invested Rs. 500 and Rs. 800 more respectively. Find the share of C, if the total profit at the end of the year is Rs. 36498?
Rs. 7644
Rs. 8236
Rs. 9212
Rs. 8678
None of these
Directions (Q. 16 – 20): In each of these questions two equations (I) and (II) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer as,
if x > y
if x ≥ y
if x < y
if x ≤ y
if x = y or no relation can be established between x and y
16. I. 4x^{2} – 21x + 27 =0
II. 8y^{2} -14y -15 =0
I. 63x^{2} -150x -57 =0
II. 3y^{2}– 8y +4 =0
18. I. 3x^{2} – 19x + 28 = 0
II. (256)^{1/4} y + (216)^{1/3} = 0
I. 4/√x + 8/√x = √x
II. y^{2} = 7^{5/2}/ √y
I. 6x^{2} -49x +99 =0
II. 5y^{2} +17y+ 14=0
Answers:
1. Answer (d)
From statement I and II:
Time taken by A alone = 10 hours
Time taken by B alone = 20 hours (100% more efficient)
Total units of work= 20 units
A’s one hour work= 2 units
B’ one hour work= 1 units
Work done by pipe A alone in 7 hours= 14 units
Remaining units has to be done with B= 6/1= 6 hours
After 6 hours pipe B should be closed.
From Statement I and III:
Time taken by pipe B alone
= 2/5 in 8 hours
= 1 in 8*5/2= 20 hours
So, we can find the answer by using statement I and III.
From II and III:
We can also find out the answer by II and III because efficiency comparison between pipe A and B is given in statement II.
2. Answer (a)
From statement I:
Principal= 100*300/5*2=Rs 3000
Interest earned in four years
= 3000*5*5/100
= Rs 750
Statement II:
200 = P(R/100)^{2}
200 = P (5/100)^{2}
200 * 100*100 /25 = P
P =80000
Statement III:
No information is given about the sum invested in other scheme.
3. Answer (a)
From statement I and II:
Price of house B in 2008= 650000*100/130= Rs 500000
Price of house A in 2008= 500000*7/8= Rs 437500
4. Answer (e)
From statement I, II and III:
Number of failed students= 600*20/100= 120
Number of students who secured first class= 120*5/4= 150 students
So, number of students who did secure first class grade= 600-120-150= 330 students
5. Answer (a)
From I and II:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
Speed upstream= 48/8= 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
From statement I and III:
Speed downstream= 48/6= 8 km/hr
The ratio speed downstream to upstream = 4:3
Speed of upstream = (8/4)*3 = 6 km/hr
Speed of the boat in still water
= > (1/2)*[Speed of downstream + speed of upstream]
= > (1/2)*(8 + 6) = 14/2 = 7 km/hr
Direction: (6-10)
6. Answer (b)
Required total= 1200+2500+3600+3000= 10300
7. Answer (e)
Required percentage= (21600-14600)*100/14600= 47.9% = 48% more
8. Answer (b)
Required ratio = 8+20+45+45/15+32+54+45 = 118/146 = 59:73
9. Answer (d)
Required difference= 21600-12500= 9100
10. Answer (e)
Required average= (7000+18000)/2= 12500
11. Answer (d)
Total work= 24*12 = 288 work
6 days work= 24*6 = 144 work
Remaining work= 288 – 144 = 144 work
Required days = 144/18 = 8 days
12. Answer (a)
The ratio of the 50p, 25p, 10p coins be 6x, 4x and 3x