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1. Total number of questions : 15.

2. Time alloted : 20 minutes.

3. Each question carry 1 mark, no negative marks.

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A. Number Of Question

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B. Number Of Attempted

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C. Number Of Correct Answer

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D. Number Of Wrong Answer ( D = B-C )

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E. Total Score ( E = C )

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F. Accuracy Rate ( F = C / B * 100 )

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1.

What is the sum of expenditure of all the four companies in the year 2005?

A.    900 crore Wrong Right

B.    800 crore Wrong Right

C.    700 crore Wrong Right

D.    1000 crore Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 900 crore

Explanation : Year 2005

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2.

What is the sum of incomes of all the four companies in the year 2006?

A.    938 1/3 Wrong Right

B.    983 1/3 Wrong Right

C.    783 1/3 Wrong Right

D.    883 1/3 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 983 1/3

Explanation : Year 2006

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3.

The total profit obtained by all the four companies in the year 2007 is approximately what percent of the sum of their expenditure in the same year?

A.    15% Wrong Right

B.    18% Wrong Right

C.    20% Wrong Right

D.    22% Wrong Right

E.    25% Wrong Right

Answer : 20%

Explanation : Year 2007

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4.

What is the ratio of the sum of the expenditures of the companies P and Q during the given years?

A.    29:49 Wrong Right

B.    87:49 Wrong Right

C.    78:79 Wrong Right

D.    98:87 Wrong Right

E.    123:98 Wrong Right

Answer : 123:98

Explanation :


(40/10 x 100 + 50/20 x 100 + 60/30 x 100 + 70/40 x 100)
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(20/20 x 100 + 50/25 x 100 + 80/30 x 100 + 100/40 x 100)

=> [4 + 5/2 + 2 + 7/4] / [1 + 2 + 8/3 + 5/2] = 123 / 98

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5.

What is the ratio of the sum of the incomes of the company R in the years 2007 and 2008 to that of S during the same years, 2007 and 2008?

A.    11:24 Wrong Right

B.    15:17 Wrong Right

C.    17:59 Wrong Right

D.    171:584 Wrong Right

E.    173:582 Wrong Right

Answer : 173:582

Explanation : Required ratio = [30 x 120/20 + 25 x 130/ 30] / [50/10 x 110 + 70/20 x 120]
=> [180 + 325/3] / [550 + 420] = 865 / 3 x 970 = 173 : 582

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The following line graph gives the annual percent profit earned by a Company during the period 1995 - 2000.


6.

If the expenditures in 1996 and 1999 are equal, then the approximate ratio of the income in 1996 and 1999 respectively is?

A.    1:1 Wrong Right

B.    2:3 Wrong Right

C.    13:14 Wrong Right

D.    9:10 Wrong Right

Answer : 9:10

Explanation :

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7.

If the income in 1998 was Rs. 264 crores, what was the expenditure in 1998?

A.    Rs. 104 crores Wrong Right

B.    Rs. 145 crores Wrong Right

C.    Rs. 160 crores Wrong Right

D.    Rs. 185 crores Wrong Right

Answer : Rs. 160 crores

Explanation :

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8.

In which year is the expenditure minimum?

A.    2000 Wrong Right

B.    1997 Wrong Right

C.    1996 Wrong Right

D.    Cannot be determined Wrong Right

Answer : Cannot be determined

Explanation : The line-graph gives the comparison of percent profit for different years bu the comparison of the expenditures is not possible without more data.
Therefore, the year with minimum expenditure cannot be determined.

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9.

If the profit in 1999 was Rs. 4 crores, what was the profit in 2000?

A.    Rs. 4.2 crores Wrong Right

B.    Rs. 6.6 crores Wrong Right

C.    Rs. 6.8 crores Wrong Right

D.    Cannot be determined Wrong Right

Answer : Cannot be determined

Explanation : From the line-graph we obtain information about the percentage profit only. To find the profit in 2000 we must have the data for the income or expenditure in 2000.
Therefore, the profit for 2000 cannot be determined.

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10.

What is the average profit earned for the given years?

A.    50(2/3) Wrong Right

B.    55(5/6) Wrong Right

C.    60(1/6) Wrong Right

D.    335 Wrong Right

Answer : 55(5/6)

Explanation : Average percent profit earned for the given years
= 1/6 x [40 + 55 + 45 + 65 + 70 + 60] = 335/6 = 55 5/6 .

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11.

If raju spent Rs. 4500 more on food and transport together than he spent on rent, then find his monthly expenses.

A.    15,000 Wrong Right

B.    25,000 Wrong Right

C.    30,000 Wrong Right

D.    35,000 Wrong Right

E.    40,000 Wrong Right

Answer : 30,000

Explanation : Percentage of his expenditure spent on rent = 15%
=> Percentage of his expenditure spent on transport and food = 30%
=> 30% - 15% = 15% = Rs. 4500
=> Monthly expenses = 100%
=> 100/15(4500) = Rs. 30000

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12.

If raju increased his savings, which is currently 10% of his income by 20% and reduced his expenses by 20,%, then his savings would be what percentage of his expenses?

A.    10% Wrong Right

B.    12.5% Wrong Right

C.    15% Wrong Right

D.    16 2/3% Wrong Right

E.    20% Wrong Right

Answer : 16 2/3%

Explanation : let his monthly income be Rs. x
Original savings = Rs. 10/100 x
New savings 10/100x + 20/100(10/100 x) = Rs. 12/100x
Original expenditure = x – 10/100 x = Rs. 90/100x
New expenditure
90/100x – 20/100(90x/100) =Rs. 72/100 x
Required percentage = 12/100x / 72/100x (100) = 16 2/3%

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13.

Raju spend 20% of his expenditure on ‘others’ on entertainment. This amounted to Rs. 2100. Find his expenditure on education.

A.    5000 Wrong Right

B.    6500 Wrong Right

C.    7500 Wrong Right

D.    4500 Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : None of these

Explanation : Expenditure on entertainment = 20% of 35% = 7% = 2100
1% = 300
Expenditure on education = 20% = Rs. 6000

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14.

Find the angle made by the expenditure on rent and others put together

A.    120 Wrong Right

B.    160 Wrong Right

C.    180 Wrong Right

D.    210 Wrong Right

E.    240 Wrong Right

Answer : 180

Explanation : the expenditure on rent and others = 15% +35% = 50%
Required angle = 50/100(360) = 180

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15.

As prices dropped, Raju’s expenditure on clothes dropped by 10%. As a result of this, his expenditure on ‘others’ decreased from Rs. 10500 to Rs. 10290. What percentage of his expenditure on ‘others’ was spent on clothes?

A.    10% Wrong Right

B.    12% Wrong Right

C.    15% Wrong Right

D.    20% Wrong Right

E.    22.5% Wrong Right

Answer : 20%

Explanation : Decrease in expenditure on ‘others’
10500 – 10290 = Rs. 210
 Initial expenditure on clothes
 210 (100/10) = Rs. 2100
Required percentage = 2100 / 10500(100) = 20%

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