Important for :

1

2

C

Let the cost price for Amit be Rs. 100 Amit | Bhanu | Charan | |

Cost price | 100x | 90x | 108x |

Selling price | 90x (since loss is 10%) | 108x (since profit is 20%) |

Charan got Rs. 4 instead of Rs. 5.

His loss% = | (5 – 4) × 100 | = 20% |

5 |

Selling price for Charan = 108(0.8)x = 86.4x

100x corresponds to Rs. 90,000

86.4x corresponds to | 90000 × 86.4x | = 77760 |

100x |

Hence, option C is correct.

3

4

B

Let the monthly salary of Pankaj be 100%He spends 75% and saves 25%

He keeps 60% of 25% i.e., 15% as savings.

The remaining i.e., 40% of 25% = 10%

He gives 5100 i.e., 10% to his mother.

The value of 10% of his salary = 5100

Value of 100% = 51000

Pankaj’s salary = Rs. 51000

Monthly salary of Ronny is 20% less than that of Pankaj.

Monthly salary of Ronny = | 51000 × 4 | = Rs. 40800 |

5 |

Ronny’s monthly expenditure = | 40800 × 7 | = Rs. 28560 |

10 |

Hence, option B is correct.

5

C

The expenses on food, rent and electricity of a family are in the ratio 5 : 15 : 3 respectively.Let the expenses on food, rent and electricity be Rs. 5 , Rs. 15, Rs. 3 respectively

Increase on food → 20% on 5 i.e., Rs. 1

Increase on rent → 10% on 15 i.e., Rs. 1.5

Increase on electricity → 30% on 3 i.e., Rs. 0.90

Total increase in expenses = Rs. (1 + 1.50 + 0.90)

Reqd. % = | (1 + 1.50 + 0.90) × 100 | = | 340 | % = 14 | 18 | % |

5 + 15 + 3 | 23 | 23 |

Hence, option C is correct.

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Here are some important examples regarding

A. Rs. 9520

B. Rs. 11500

C. Rs. 11000

D. Rs. 9500

E. Rs. 10000

Let Jaya's investment be Rs. 100x

Then, Heena's investment = 100x × | 80 | = Rs. 80x |

100 |

And Tanu's investment

= | 150 | × 80x = Rs. 120x |

100 |

Ratio of Jaya's investment : Ratio of Heena's investment : Ratio of Tanu's investment = 100x : 80x :120x = 5 : 4 : 6

∴ Investment made by Jaya = |
5 | × 30000 = Rs. 10000 |

15 |

Hence option E is correct.

.

A. 48

B. 60

C. 45

D. 42

E. None of these

x × | 5 | – | x | = 27 |

4 | 5/4 |

⇒ | 5x | – | 4x | = 27 |

4 | 5 |

⇒ | 25x – 16x | = 27 |

20 |

⇒ | 9x | = 27 |

20 |

∴ x = | 20 × 27 | = 60 |

9 |

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In this question, it's given that when the student mistakenly divided the number by 5/4 the result was 27 less than the correct answer.

With this piece of info it's evident that neither option A nor option D could be the correct answer because neither of them is completely divisible by 5/4.

Taking option B; 60 now,

1

60 × | 5 | = 75 ...(i) |

4 |

2

60 | = 48 ...(ii) |

5/4 |

We can observe that 48 is 27 less than 75 and it, thus, satisfies the given condtion.

60 is hence the correct answer.

Hence, option B is correct.

A. 28500

B. 36100

C. 26000

D. 36000

E. None of these

Number of ways in which 8 books can be arranged = 8!

Number of ways when three particular books are together = 6! X 3!

Therefore Number of ways when three particular books are not together = 8! - 6! X 3!

= 6!(7 × 8 – 3 × 2)

= 6! × 50 = 720 × 50 = 36000

Hence, option D is correct.

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