operations on numbers (6.papers)

hcf and lcm (5.papers)

averages (8.papers)

problems on ages (9.papers)

percentage (4.papers)

profit and loss (4.papers)

ratio and proportion (5.papers)

chain rule (5.papers)

time and work (4.papers)

pipes and cisterns (5.papers)

time and distance (5.papers)

problems on trains (8.papers)

boats and streams (7.papers)

partnership (6.papers)

simple interest (4.papers)

compound interest (2.papers)

permutation and combination (3.papers)

clock (2.papers)

calendar (3.papers)

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2

Jagan went to the book shop and bought things worth Rs. 30, out of which 25 paise went on sales tax on taxable purchases. If the tax rate was 5%, then what was the cost of the tax free items?

Rs 22.75

Rs 25

Rs 24.75

Rs 26

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5

If x % of y is 200 and y % of z is 400, then find a relation between x and z

z = x/2

z = x/4

x = 4z

x = z/2

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6

If M = s% of t and N = t% of s, then which of the following is true?

M is equal to N

M is smaller than N

M is greater than N

none of these

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7

Ashis's height is 25% more than Babji, by how much percent Babji's height is less than Ashis.

30%

25%

75%

20%

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8

The present population of a town is 60,000. The population increases annually at 10%. Find the population after 3 years.

86000

79860

76300

82900

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9

The value of a machine depreciates at the rate of 10% per annum. If its present value is Rs. 81000, what will be its worth after 2 ears? What was the value of the machine 2 years ago?

Rs65610,Rs100000

Rs64320,Rs120000

Rs60000,Rs90000

Rs72690,Rs95700

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12

If the price of a TV is first decreased by 20% and then increased by 30%, then the net change in the price will be :

4% increase

10% increase

10% decrease

6% increase

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13

Temperature of the weather is increased by 50% and then again by 50%. By what percent should the increased temperature be reduced so as to get back the original temperature?

45.5%

55.5%

50%

60.5%

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18

Jordan and Morgan appeared at an examination. Jordan secured 9 marks more than Morgan and his marks was 56% of the sum of their marks. The marks obtained by them are:

39,30

41,32

42,33

43,34

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19

Three candidates contested an election and received 3408, 22908 and 34884 votes respectively. What percentage of the total votes did the winning candidate get ?

57%

45%

75%

none of these

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20

A shop keeper had some books. He sells 40% books and still has 420 books. Originally, he had

588 books

600 books

620 books

700 books

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