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**1. If the price of**

sugar is raised by 60%, by how much per cent must a person reduce his consumption

so

sugar is raised by 60%, by how much per cent must a person reduce his consumption

so

**as not to increase his**

expenditure on sugar?

expenditure on sugar?

1) 30%

2) 37.5%

3) 60%

4) 40%

5) 62.5%

**2. Gaurav and Akarsh**

can do a piece of work in 15 days. Gaurav is 5/3 times as

efficient as Akarsh. In

can do a piece of work in 15 days. Gaurav is 5/3 times as

efficient as Akarsh. In

**how many**

days can Gaurav alone finish the work?

days can Gaurav alone finish the work?

1) 21 days

2) 24 days

3) 28 days

4) 30 days

5) None of these

**3. The sum of ages of**

three persons A, B and C together is 167 years. B is 17/12

times as old as A, and C

three persons A, B and C together is 167 years. B is 17/12

times as old as A, and C

**is 44 years**

older than A. What is the age of B?

older than A. What is the age of B?

1) 45 years

2) 48 years

3) 51 years

4) 60 years

5) 68 years

**4. Mixture A contains**

40% milk and Mixture B contains 30%. A container is filled with seven parts of

40% milk and Mixture B contains 30%. A container is filled with seven parts of

**Mixture A and thirteen parts of Mixture**

B. Find the percentage of milk in the container?

B. Find the percentage of milk in the container?

1) 32.5%

2) 33.5%

3) 35%

4) 37.5%

5) 36%

**5. Two stations A and**

B are 333 km apart. A train leaves station A for station B and at the same time

B are 333 km apart. A train leaves station A for station B and at the same time

**another train leaves B for A. Both**

trains meet 4.5 hours after they start moving. If the train which starts

trains meet 4.5 hours after they start moving. If the train which starts

**from station A is 14 km/hr faster than the**

other one, what is the ratio of the speeds of both trains?

other one, what is the ratio of the speeds of both trains?

1) 3 : 2

2) 5 : 3

3) 4 : 3

4) 7 : 4

5) None of these

**6. A bag contains 4**

Red, 8 Black and 12 White balls. Three balls are drawn randomly. What is the

Red, 8 Black and 12 White balls. Three balls are drawn randomly. What is the

**probability that the balls drawn are of**

different colours?

different colours?

1) 12/253

2) 16/253

3) 24/253

4) 48/253

5) 205/253

**7. How many different**

words can be formed with the letters of the word ‘HINDUSTAN’ so that all the

words can be formed with the letters of the word ‘HINDUSTAN’ so that all the

**vowels come together?**

1) 30240

2) 15120

3) 7560

4) 362880

5) 181440

**8. A rectangular**

garden has a four-metre-wide road along all the four sides. The area of the

road is 1104

garden has a four-metre-wide road along all the four sides. The area of the

road is 1104

**sq metre. What is the**

sum of the length and the breadth of the garden?

sum of the length and the breadth of the garden?

1) 120m

2) 125m

3) 130m

4) 144m

5) 160m

**9. The difference**

between compound interest and simple interest on a certain amount of money in

two

between compound interest and simple interest on a certain amount of money in

two

**years is Rs.6410. If the**

interest is compounded half-yearly and the rate of interest is 20% per annum,

interest is compounded half-yearly and the rate of interest is 20% per annum,

**what is the sum?**

1) Rs.80000

2) Rs.200000

3) Rs.96000

4) Rs.100000

5) None of these

**10. A sum was put on**

simple interest at a certain rate of interest for three years. Had it been put at

3%

simple interest at a certain rate of interest for three years. Had it been put at

3%

**higher than the previous rate of**

interest, it would have fetched Rs.16.2 more. What is the sum?

interest, it would have fetched Rs.16.2 more. What is the sum?

1) Rs.320

2) Rs.250

3) Rs.210

4) Rs.200

5) Rs.180

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