Q:

A) 4% p.a. | B) 6% p.a. |

C) 8% p.a. | D) 12% p.a. |

Answer: D) 12% p.a.

Explanation:

Explanation:

If the interest earned is 25% more than the earlier interest then the rate of interest also should be 25% higher than the earlier rate.

Let the earlier rate of interest be x%.

Now it will be (x + 3)%

% increase = (x + 3) - x/x * 100 = 25

=> x = 12%

Q:

A) ₹ 6,500 | B) ₹5,000 |

C) ₹5,090 | D) ₹6,000 |

0
134

0
120

1
175

Q:

A) Gain of Rs. 1.75 | B) Loss of Rs. 2.00 |

C) Loss of Rs. 2.50 | D) Gain of Rs. 2 |

2
190

Q:

A) 3 : 2 | B) 2 : 3 |

C) 5 : 4 | D) 4 : 5 |

3
106

Q:

A) 42.58 | B) 21.42 |

C) 36.36 | D) 33.33 |

1
499

3
143

Q:

A) 22.4 % | B) 23.1 % |

C) 20.1 % | D) 24.2 % |

0
132