Important for :

1

D

Let the quantity of liquid in container M and N be ‘m’ litres and ‘n’ litres respectively.According to the question,

m + n = 600

Ans, n = m + 40

On solving, we get,

m = 280 litres and n = 320 litres respectively

So, quantity of diesel in M = | 1 | × 280 = 70 litres |

4 |

Quantity of diesel in N = | 3 | × 320 = 96 litres |

10 |

So, required difference = 96 – 70 = 26 litres

Hence, option D is correct.

2

B

Profit sharing ratio between R, S and T at the end of 1st year= | [ | 40000 × 4 + | ( | 40000 + | x | ) | × 8 | ] | : [60000 × 12] : [x × 4] |

2 |

= [480000 + 4x] : [720000] : [4x]

S’s share of 1st year profit

= | 720000 | × 9200 = 3600 |

480000 + 4x + 720000 + 4x |

On solving, we get x = Rs. 80000

Hence, option B is correct.

3

C

It is given that the under compound interest, a sum of money amounts to 12000 in 4 years and 9500 in 3 years.

So, percentage increase in value of money in 4th year from the 3rd year is :

So, percentage increase in value of money in 4th year from the 3rd year is :

12000 – 9500 | × 100 = 26.3% |

9500 |

So, the rate of interest per annum = 26.3%

Hence, option C is correct.

4

A

Let the total number of oranges be ‘x’

5% are found to be broken

Remaining = 95%

He sells 93% of the remaining, it means 7% of the remaining oranges are left, which is equal to 266 oranges

5% are found to be broken

Remaining = 95%

He sells 93% of the remaining, it means 7% of the remaining oranges are left, which is equal to 266 oranges

So, | 7 | × | 95 | × x = 266 |

100 | 100 |

x = | 266 × 100 × 100 |

7 × 95 |

x = 4000

Hence, option A is correct.

5

E

Father’s age when Chitra’s brother was born = 26 years

Chitra’s brother was born 4 years after Chitra

Mother’s age when Chitra’s sister was born = Mother’s age when Chitra was born + 4

Mother’s age when Chitra’s sister was born = 30 + 4 = 34

Age difference between her parents = 34 – 26 = 8 years

Hence, option E is correct.

Hence, option E is correct.

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Here are some important examples regarding

44 litres

30 litres

18 litres

26 litres

None of these

According to the question,

m + n = 600

Ans, n = m + 40

On solving, we get,

m = 280 litres and n = 320 litres respectively

So, quantity of diesel in M = | 1 | × 280 = 70 litres |

4 |

Quantity of diesel in N = | 3 | × 320 = 96 litres |

10 |

So, required difference = 96 – 70 = 26 litres

Hence, option D is correct.

32000

80000

60000

48000

None of these

Profit sharing ratio between R, S and T at the end of 1st year

= | [ | 40000 × 4 + | ( | 40000 + | x | ) | × 8 | ] | : [60000 × 12] : [x × 4] |

2 |

= [480000 + 4x] : [720000] : [4x]

S’s share of 1st year profit

= | 720000 | × 9200 = 3600 |

480000 + 4x + 720000 + 4x |

On solving, we get x = Rs. 80000

Hence, option B is correct.

22.3%

16.4%

26.3%

12.3%

None of these

So, percentage increase in value of money in 4th year from the 3rd year is :

12000 – 9500 | × 100 = 26.3% |

9500 |

So, the rate of interest per annum = 26.3%

Hence, option C is correct.

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