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5

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# Peter earned 40% more money than Albert. Albert earned 20% less than Michael. Peter earned more than Michael by:

1.  10%

2.  12%

3.  20%

4.  25%

4

12\%

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# Amit’s monthly income is 30% more than that of Raunaq. Raunaq’s monthly income is 20% less than of Deepak. If the difference between the monthly incomes of Amit and Deepak is Rs. 800, what is the monthly income of Raunaq

1.  Rs. 12,000

2.  Rs. 16,000

3.  Rs. 20,000

5.  None of these

5

Rs. 16,000

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# In an examination in which full marks were 800. A gets 20% more than B, B gets 20% more than C, and C gets 15% less than D. If A got 576, what percentage of full marks did D get (approximately)

1.  45.7

2.  51.2

3.  58.8

4.  61.7

4

58.8

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# In an examination, the percentage of students qualified to the number of students appeared from school A is 70%. In school B, the number of students appeared is 20% more than the students appeared from school A and the number of students qualified  from school B is 50% more than the students qualified from school A. What is the percentage of students qualified to the number of students appeared from school B

1.  30%

2.  70%

3.  78.5%

4.  87.5%

4

87.5\%

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# Fresh fruit contains 68% water and dry fruits contains 20% water. How much dry fruit can be obtained from 100 kg of fresh fruits

1.  32 kg

2.  40 kg

3.  52 kg

4.  80 kg

4

40 kg

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# A large watermelon weighs 20 kg with 96% of its weight being water. It is allowed to stand in the sun and some of the water evaporates so that only 95% of its weight is water. Its reduced weight will be:

1.  16kg

2.  16.5 kg

3.  17 kg

4.  18 kg

4

16kg

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# How much pure alcohol has to be added to 400 ml of a solution containing 15% alcohol to change the concentration of alcohol in the mixture to 32%

1.  60 ml

2.  68 ml

3.  100 ml

4.  128 ml

4

100 ml

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# Milk contains 5% water. What quantity of pure milk should be added to 10 litres of milk to reduce this to 2%

1.  5 litres

2.  7 litres

3.  15 litres

4.  Cannot be determined

5.  None of these

5

15 litres

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1.  4

2.  5

3.  6

4.  7

4