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Q:

Gaurav spends 30% of his monthly income on food articles, 40% of the remaining on conveyance and clothes and saves 50% of the remaining. If his monthly salary is Rs. 18,400, how much money does he save every month ?

 A) 3864 B) 4903 C) 5849 D) 6789

Explanation:

Saving  = 50% of (100 - 40)% of (100 - 30)% of Rs. 18,400 = Rs. (50/100 * 60/100 * 70/100 * 18400) = Rs. 3864.

Q:

Solve 30 + (.0825 x 30) + (15% x 30)

 A) 24.750 B) 36.975 C) 34.652 D) 26.354

Explanation:

30 + (.0825 x 30) + (15% x 30)

Now

=> 0.0825 x 30 = 2.475 -----(1)

=> 15% of 30 = 450/100 = 4.5 -----(2)

Hence, from (1) & (2)

30 + (.0825 x 30) + (15% x 30)

= 30 + 2.475 + 4.5

30 + (.0825 x 30) + (15% x 30) = 36.975.

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Q:

15% of 32 is

 A) 3.6 B) 4.8 C) 5.2 D) 5.8

Explanation:

15% of 32 is

15 x 32/100 = 4.8.

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Q:

A restaurant offers a new promotion of 20% off the original price of cakes, which is Rs. 12. Before the promotion 250 cakes were sold each day. After the promotion, the sale of cakes increases an average of 18% more per day. How much more or less does the restaurant make each day in cakes sales after the promotion?

 A) Rs. 185 less B) Rs. 202 more C) Rs. 175 more D) Rs. 168 less

Explanation:

Cost of each cake P1 & P2 = Rs. 12

Offer decrease in % = 20%

Increase in sale per day (Q2) = 250 - 18%

Total quantity per day (Q1) = 250

Hence, required change total revenue

TR = P2Q2 - P1Q1 = (12 x 0.8 x 250 x 1.18) -  (12 x 250) = - Rs.168.

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Q:

One hour is what percent of a day?

 A) 5.6% B) 4.16% C) 3.35% D) 6.7%

Explanation:

A day has 24 hrs

=> If 24 hrs - 100

Then 1 hr = ?

100/24 = 4.16%

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Q:

In a class of 80 students and 5 teachers, each student got sweets that are 15% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 25% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there?

 A) 1060 B) 960 C) 1020 D) 920

Explanation:

Total number of sweets

= 80 x 15 x 80/100 + 5 x 80 x 25/100

= 960 + 100 = 1060

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Q:

A shopkeeper’s earning increases by 25% in first year but decreases by 4% in the next and so on. After 5 years his total earnings would be Rs. 72,000. What is his present earning?

 A) Rs. 40,000 B) Rs. 45,000 C) Rs. 42,000 D) Rs. 46,000

Explanation:

Let his present earnings be Rs. p

ATQ,

(125/100) x (96/100) x (125/100) x (96/100) x (125/100) x p = 72000

p = Rs. 40,000.

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Q:

Rohan spends 24% of an amount of money on an insurance policy, 34% on food, 19% on children’s education and 17% on recreation. He deposits the remaining amount of Rs. 540 in bank. How much total amount does he spend on food and insurance policy together?

 A) Rs. 6350 B) Rs. 5220 C) Rs. 5890 D) Rs. 6458

Explanation:

Remaining % of amount with Rohan

= 100 - (24 + 34 + 17 + 19)

= 100 - 94

= 6%

=> 6% = 540

=> 100% = ?

540 x 100/6 = Rs. 9000

Now, Money spent on insurance and food is

= 34 + 24 = 58% of 9000

= 58 x 9000/100

= 58 x 90

= Rs. 5220

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Q:

36 is what percent of 80?

 A) 54 B) 45 C) 60 D) 64