# Two persons Raj and Ramu started working for a company in similar jobs on January 1, 1991. Raj's initial monthly salary was Rs 400, which increases by Rs 40 after every year. Ramu's initial monthly salary was Rs 500 which increases by Rs 20 after every six months. If these arrangements continue till December 31, 200. Find the total salary they received during that period.

1.  Rs 1,08,000

2.  Rs 1,44,000

3.  Rs 1,32,000

4.  Rs 1,52,400

4

Rs 1,52,400

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# The volume of the sphere Q is 37/64% less than the volume of sphere P and the volume of sphere R is 19/27% less than that of sphere Q. By what % is the surface area of sphere R less than the surface area of sphere P

1.  77.77 %

2.  87.5 %

3.  75 %

4.  67.5 %

4

75 \%

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# Each person in a group of 110 investors has investments in either equities or securities or both. Exactly  25%  of  the  investors  in  equities  have  investments  in  securities,  and  exactly  40%  of  the investors in securities have investments in equities. How many have investments in equities

1.  65

2.  80

3.  120

4.  135

4

80

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# A Techno company has 14 machines of equal efficiency in its factory. The annual manufacturing costs are Rs 42,000 and establishment charges are Rs 12,000. The annual output of the company is Rs 70,000. The annual output and manufacturing costs are directly proportional to the number of machines. The shareholders get 12.5% profit, which is directly proportional to the annual output of the company. If 7.14% machines remain closed throughout the year, then the percentage decrease in the amount of profit of the shareholders would be:

1.  12%

2.  12.5%

3.  13%

4.  None of these

4

12.5\%

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# A shopkeeper sells three items P,Q and R and incurs a loss of 21%, 11% and 10% respectively. The overall loss percentage on selling P and Q items is 14.33% and that of Q and R items is 10.4%. Find the overall loss percentage on selling the three items

1.  15%

2.  12.16%

3.  13.4%

4.  12.5%

4

12.16\%

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# A salesman sells two kinds of trousers: cotton and woollen. A pair of cotton trousers is sold at 30% profit and a pair of woollen trousers is sold at 50% profit. The salesman has calculated that if he sells 100% more woollen trousers than cotton trousers, his overall profit will be 45%. However he ends up selling 50% more cotton trousers than woollen trousers. What will be his overall profit

1.  37.5%

2.  40%

3.  41%

4.  42.33%

4

40\%

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# A textile manufacturing firm employees 50 looms. It makes fabrics for a branded company. The aggregate sales value of the output of the 50 looms is Rs 5,00,000 and the monthly manufacturing expenses is Rs 1,50,000. Assume that each loom contributes equally to the sales and manufacturing expenses are evenly spread over the number of looms. Monthly establishment charges are Rs 75000. If one loom breaks down and remains idle for one month, the decrease in profit is:

1.  Rs 13,000

2.  Rs 10,000

3.  Rs 7,000

4.  Rs 5,500

4

Rs 7,000

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# Mantu starts a month with provisions expected to last for the entire month. After few days, it is discovered that the provisions will, in fact short by 12 days and it is calculated that if the stock of provisions left is immediately tripled, it will be possible to exactly make up for the shortfall. If the stock of provisions left is doubled instead of being tripled, and simultaneously the strength of the Mantu is decreased by 25%, then the provisions will fall short by

1.  2 days

2.  1 days

3.  3 days

4.  4 days

4

2 days

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# A small and medium enterprise imports two components A and B from Taiwan and China respectively and assembles them with other components to form a toy. Component A contributes to 10% of production cost. Component B contributes to 20% of the production cost. Usually, the company sells this toy at 20% above the production cost. Due to increase in the raw material and labour cost in both the countries, Component A became 20% costlier and component B became 40% costlier. Owing to these reasons the company increased its selling price by 15%. Considering that cost of other components does not change, what will be the profit percentage, if the toy is sold at the new price

1.  15.5%

2.  25.5%

3.  35.5%

4.  40%

4

25.5\%

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1.  48.39%

2.  54.68%

3.  62.48%

4.  42.36%

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