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Q.1: p is six times as large as q. The percent that q is less than p is:——–?

1. 83 1/3
2. 16 2/3
3. 90
4. 60

A

Q.2: The population of a town increases 4 % annually but is decreased by emigration annually to the extent of (1/2) %. What will be the increase percent in three years?

1. 9.8
2. 10
3. 10.5
4. 10.8

D

Q.3: A man’s basic pay for a 40 hour week is Rs. 20 overtime is paid for at 25 % above the basic rate, in a certain week he worked overtime and his total wage was Rs. 25. He therefore worked for a total of:——–?

1. 45 hours
2. 47 hours
3. 48 hours
4. 50 hours

C

Q.4: On decreasing the price of T.V. sets by 30 % its sale is increased by 20 %. What is the effect on the revenue received by the shopkeeper?

1. 10 % increase
2. 10 % decrease
3. 16 % increase
4. 16 % decrease

D

Q.5: Water tax is increased by 20% but its consumption is decreased by 20 %. Then, the increase or decrease in the expenditure of the money is:——–?

1. No change
2. 5 % decrease
3. 4 % increase
4. 4 % decrease

D

Q.6: The price of cooking oil has increased by 25 %. The percentage of reduction that a farming should effect in the use of cooking oil so as not to increase the expenditure on this account is——–?

1. 15 %
2. 20 %
3. 25%
4. 30%

B

Q.7: What will be 80 Percent of a number whose 200 percent is 90?

1. 144
2. 72
3. 36
4. none of these

C

Q.8: In an election between two candidates, the candidate who gets 30 % of the votes polled is defeated by 15000 votes. The number of votes polled by the winning candidate is:——–?

1. 11250
2. 15000
3. 26250
4. 37500

C

Q.9: In a college election, a candidate secured 62 % of the votes and is elected by a majority of 144 votes. The total number of votes polled is:——–?

1. 600
2. 800
3. 925
4. 1200

A

Q.10: A student who secures 20 % marks in an examination fails by 30 marks. Another student who secures 32 % marks gets 42 marks more than those required to pass. The percentage of marks required to pass is:——–?

1. 20%
2. 25 %
3. 28%
4. 30%

B