# The marks scored in History by P,Q,R and S form a geometric progression in that order. If the marks scored by R were 275/9 % less than the sum of the marks scored by P and Q, then marks scored by S were what percent more than the marks scored by Q (Assume that everyone scored positive marks).

1.  56.25 %

2.  55.55 %

3.  64 %

4.  67.75 %

4

56.25 \%

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# In a period from January to March, Jamshedpur Electronics sold 3150 units of Television, having started with a beginning inventory of 2520 units and ending with an inventory of 2880. What was the value of order placed (Rupees in thousands) by Jamshedpur Electronics during the three months period [Profits are 25% of cost price, uniformly.]

1.  26325

2.  22320

3.  25200

4.  28080

4

28080

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# After offering a discount of 37.5%, Pankaj sold the rice at a profit of 25%. Had he offered a discount of 41.67%, his profit or loss percent would have been:

1.  16.66% profit

2.  12% loss

3.  29.17% loss

4.  8.33% profit

4

16.66\% profit

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# Common Data Question 1/4 How many combinations of students are possible if the group is to consist of exactly 3 freshmen

1.  5000

2.  4550

3.  4000

4.  3550

4

4550

Explanation :
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# Common Data Question 2/4 How many combinations of students are possible if the group is to consist of exactly 3 freshmen and 3 sophomores

1.  360

2.  460

3.  560

4.  660

4

560

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# Common Data Question 3/4 How many combinations of students are possible if the group is to consist of an equal number of freshmen, sophomores, and juniors

1.  5880

2.  6880

3.  7880

4.  8880

4

5880

Explanation :
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# Common Data Question 4/4 How many combinations of students are possible if the group is to consist of all members of the same class

1.  20

2.  25

3.  30

4.  35

4

35

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# How many ways can 4 prizes be given away to 3 boys, if each boy is eligible for all the prizes

1.  256

2.  24

3.  12

4.  None of these

4

24

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# Common Data Question 1/4 If all students attend the competition and the winners are exactly 3 freshmen.

1.  3!×5C3×15C3

2.  3!×5P3×15P3

3.  6!×5C3×15C3

4.  6!×5P3×15P3

4

6!×5C3×15C3

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1.  3!×5C3×15C3

2.  3!×5C3×8C3

3.  6!×5P3×15P3

4.  6!×5C3×8C3

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