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29) The ratio of the number of males who visited Pune to the
number of females who visited Mumbai is 5:4. Total number of people
who visited Pune is equal to total number of males who visited
Mumbai. Total number of people who visited Mumbai is 50% more
than to Pune. The number of females who visited Pune is 900. Find the
number of males who visited Mumbai.
a) 1800
b) 2700
c) 2500
d) 2400
e) 1600
Q.30) ‘A’ invested Rs.(x + 2500) in a business for a period of 2.5 years.
‘B’ invested Rs.(x – 500) for 6 months less than ‘A’. The ratio of profit
received by them is 25:8. Find the new ratio of the profit received by A
and B, if ‘A’ would have invested Rs.3000 less with ‘B’ investing the
same amount.
a) 5:4
b) 4:9
c) 3:7
d) 9:8
e) 3:8
Q.31) There are two rectangles ‘A’ and ‘B’. The area of rectangle ‘B’ is
20% more than that of ‘A’. The length of both the rectangles are same.
The breadth of the rectangle ‘A’ is 5 metres less than that of rectangle
‘B’. Find the breadth of rectangle ‘B’.
a) 20 metres
b) 25 metres
c) 30 metres
d) 35 metres
e) 40 metres
Q.32) An article is marked up by 40% above its cost price and then a
discount of Rs.300 is offered on it. If the article has been marked up by
same percentage and then a discount is offered on it 3 times of the
previous discount, then there would have been profit of 20%. Find the
cost price of the article.
a) Rs.3000
b) Rs.3500
c) Rs.4000
d) Rs.4500
e) Rs.5000
Q.33) Virat spends 25% of his income on food, 40% of rest on education
and 20% of the money left after spending on food and education
together on miscellaneous items. The savings of Virat is Rs.11520. The
income of Dhoni is 25% more than that of Virat. If Dhoni spends 20% of
his income on food, 45% of rest on education and after spending x% of
the money on education and food together, Dhoni is left with Rs.14960.
Find the value of x.
a) 10
b) 15
c) 18
d) 20
e) 25
Q.34) The ratio of the ages of ‘A’ and ‘B’ 4 years ago was 4:5,
respectively. The ratio of the present ages of ‘A’ and ‘C’ is 4:5. The sum
of the present ages of ‘B’ and ‘C’ is 49 years. Find the ratio of the age of
‘A’ 15 years hence to the age of ‘C’, 5 years ago.
a) 9:5
b) 5:11
c) 8:3
d) 7:4
e) 2:1
Q.35) There are 6 yellow balls and 4 black balls and some green balls in
a bag. The probability of picking exactly 2 green balls is 1/8. If 4 pink
balls are added in the bag, then find the probability of picking 2 black
balls at random?
a) 3/25
b) 3/95
c) 2/49
d) 7/19
e) 5/95
Q.36) Out of 5 red balls and 3 yellow balls, three balls has to be
selected such that there is minimum 1 yellow ball. Find the total
number of ways of selecting the three balls.
a) 30
b) 36
c) 52
d) 46
e) 56
Directions (Q.37-.38): The question consists of two statements
numbered “I and II” given below it. You have to decide whether the
data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Q.37) There are two articles ‘A’ and ‘B’. The selling price of article ‘B’ is
Rs.240 more than that of ‘A’. Find the selling price of article ‘A’.
Statement I: Article ‘A’ is marked up by 20% above its cost price and the
discount offered on article ‘B’ is Rs.390.
Statement II: The article ‘B’ is marked up by Rs.90 above its cost price
and the discount offered on article ‘A’ is Rs.540.
Directions (Q.37-.38): The question consists of two statements
numbered “I and II” given below it. You have to decide whether the
data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question.
Q.38) There are three persons ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’. The ratio of the age of ‘B’
and ‘C’, 4 years ago was 16:25. Find the present average age of ‘A’, ‘B’
and ‘C’.
Statement I: The average present age of all the three persons is two
years more than the present age of ‘A’.
Statement II: The sum of present age of ‘A’ and ‘C’ is 96 years.
Q39) Mr. X invested certain amount in bank at 12% per annum
compounded annually and received a interest of Rs 7632 at the end
two years. If he invested the same Principal at 10% for the first year
and 'R'% for second year compounded annually and received the
interest of Rs 7950 at the end of two years. Find the value of 'R'.
A) 12%
B) 15%
C) 20%
D) 25%
E) None of these
Q40) Boat A can cover 61.2 km in 3 hours 24 mins travelling upstream.
Speed of Boat in still water is 300% more than the speed of current. If
Boat A takes total 8 hours to travel (X+30) km downstream and (X-18)
km upstream. Find the value of 'X'
A) 60 km
B) 72 km
C) 90 km
D) 120 km
E) None of these