A) Rs. 4250 | B) Rs. 4520 |

C) Rs. 4060 | D) None of these |

Explanation:

Amithab's total expenditure for Jan - June = 4200 x 6 = 25200

Expenditure for Feb - June = 25200-1200 = 24000

Expenditure for the months of Feb - July = 24000 + 1500 =25500

The average expenditure =

A) 12 | B) 10 |

C) 8 | D) 6 |

Explanation:

Let the number of boys = x

From the given data,

=> [21x + 16(18)]/(x+16) = 19

=> 21x - 19x = 19(16) - 16(18)

=> 2x = 16

=> x = 8

**Therefore, the number of boys in the class = 8.**

A) 40.36 | B) 41.24 |

C) 41.92 | D) 42.05 |

Explanation:

Given,

mean of 100 observations is 40

=> Total of 100 observations = 40 x 100 = 4000

84 is misread as 48

=> Difference = 84 - 48 = 36

=> Now, new total of 100 observations = 4000 + 36 = 4036

Correct Mean = 4036/100 = **40.36**

A) 97 | B) 98 |

C) 92 | D) 93 |

A) Rs. 175 | B) Rs. 220.75 |

C) Rs. 218.55 | D) Rs. 656.25 |

Explanation:

Assume Hebah has Rs. M

Since 25% more money at Poonam

=> Money at Poonam = M + (25% of M)

=> Money at Poonam = M + 0.25M = Rs. 1.25M

Money with Navaneet is thrice the money with Poonam,

=> Money at Navaneet = 3(1.25M) = Rs. 3.75M

Now, sum of all Money = (M + 1.25M + 3.75M) = Rs. 6M

But given the average of the money is Rs. 350

=> 6M/3 = 350

=> 2M = 350

=> M = 350/2 = Rs. 175

=> Amount of money Navaneet has = Rs. 3.75M = 3.75 x 175 = Rs. 656.25.

A) 56 | B) 64 |

C) 87 | D) 78 |

Explanation:

Using Trial and error method,

we get the number of girls in the hall = 78