Directions: Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data provided in the statements are sufficient to answer the question. Read both the statements and give answer:
A shopkeeper sold two items of same marked price of Rs. 1500 at a profit of 20% and 25% respectively. Find the selling price of item B.
Statement I : The discount offered by the shopkeeper for item A is 20% and the ratio of the cost price of item A to the cost price of item B is 10: 11 respectively
Statement II : The selling price of item A and selling price of item B are in the ratio of 48: 55, respectively
Ram invested a sum of Rs. 80, 000 in scheme A offering simple interest. What is the interest earned by him after 2 years?
Statement I : If Rajan had invested the same money for same time at the same rate of interest but compounded annually, he would have gained Rs. 1800 more
Statement II : Scheme B offers an interest rate of 10%, compounded annually. If Rajan had invested the money partially in Scheme A and rest in scheme B, then the interest earned by him after 2 years will be Rs. 15600
A man mixes 20 litres of water in a mixture P of milk and water such that the ratio of milk and water becomes equal in the mixture P. Another mixture Q, contains milk and water in the ratio 2 : 1 respectively. Now, if 25% of mixture P is added into mixture Q, then find the quantity of milk in the resultant mixture Q
Statement I : Initially the ratio of water to milk in the mixture P was 3 : 8, respectively and the quantity of milk in mixture Q initially was 15 litres more than the quantity of water in mixture Q initially
Statement II : Initially the ratio of water to milk in the mixture P is 3 : 8, respectively and the ratio of milk to water in the mixture Q is 38 : 23, respectively, after adding 25% mixture of P.
Statement I : Ram and Shyam started a company where their investment is in the ratio of 5 : x respectively. After 2 months, Ganshayam joined them such that the ratio of the initial investment of Shyam and Ganshayam is 7 : 8 respectively. After a year, they received a total profit of Rs. 16800
Statement II : The profit share of Ganshayam after a year is Rs. 6000 out of total profit of Rs. 16800