1 .
125% of 12850 + 85% of 45200 + 850 = 350% of ? + 175% of 1450
A.  15085
B.  23450
C.  15545
D.  14580
E.  18420
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2 .
125.5% of 8500 - 85.95% of 5200 + 1850 = 35% of 4520 + 17.5% of 450 + ?
A.  6235
B.  5855
C.  6385
D.  6450
E.  6345
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3 .
$1 \over 3$ of 36750 + 145% of 2850 + 15% of ? = 48650
A.  215100
B.  215460
C.  215400
D.  235100
E.  213400
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4 .
(115% of 3450 + 12.5% of 1450) - (85% of 1250 + 12.5% of 450) = 2150 + ?
A.  860
B.  965
C.  880
D.  920
E.  1235
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5 .
13.50% of 234500 + 35% of 12500 - 5.25% of 3400 = ? + 1125
A.  34529
B.  35684
C.  32598
D.  34729
E.  35739
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6 .
129.5 $\times$ 14.99 + 25% of 840 = 34.85
A.  60845
B.  70925
C.  72585
D.  75014
E.  75325
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7 .
$(13.5)^2$ + 19.25 + ? = 27.5% of 1250 + 545
A.  615.25
B.  587.5
C.  730.75
D.  687.25
E.  715.25
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8 .
85% of 225 + 34.91 $\times$ 15.01 = ?
A.  740.85
B.  655.5
C.  675.25
D.  716.25
E.  570.75
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9 .
$(25.96)^2$ + 75% of 1285 + 125 = ?
A.  1635.25
B.  1885
C.  1740.85
D.  1820.25
E.  1764.75
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10 .
Of the adult population in a certain city, 45% of men and 25% of women are married. Assuming that no man marries more than one woman, and vice versa, the percentage of total population of adults who are married, is:
A.  31.1
B.  30
C.  33.33
D.  32.14
E.  None of these
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11 .
In an examination paper of five questions, 5% of the conditions answered all of them and 5% answered none. Of the rest, 25% candidates answered only one question and 20% answered 4 questions. If 396 candidates answered either 2 questions or 3 questions, the number of candidates that appeared for the examination was:
A.  850
B.  900
C.  800
D.  1000
E.  None of these
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12 .
In a class of 65 students and 4 teachers, each student got sweets that are 20% of the total number of students and each teacher got sweets that are 40% of the total number of students. How many sweets were there?
A.  845
B.  897
C.  949
D.  104
E.  None of these
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13 .
The price of sugar is increased by 28%. Therefore a family reduces its consumption so that the increment in the expenditure of sugar is only 20%. If the consumption of sugar is 15 kg before the increment, what is the consumption now?
A.  15$1 \over 16$kg
B.  14$1 \over 16$kg
C.  14$3 \over 10$kg
D.  14$1 \over 18$kg
E.  15$1 \over 8$kg
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14 .
In a class, 25% of the students were absent for an exam. 30% failed by 20 marks and 10% just passed because of grace marks of 5. Find the average score of the class if the remaining students scored an average of 60 marks and the pass marks are 33 (counting the final scores of the candidates.)
A.  37.266
B.  37.6
C.  37.8
D.  36.96
E.  37.5
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15 .
In the recent, climate conference in New York, out of 700 men, 500 women, 800 children present inside the building premises, 20% of the men, 40% of the women and 10% of the children were Indians. Find the percentage of people who were not Indian?
A.  73%
B.  77%
C.  79%
D.  83%
E.  None of these
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16 .
Pradeep invested 20% more than Mohit. Mohit invested 10% less than Raghu. If the total sum of their investment is Rs. 17880, how much amount did Raghu invest ?
A.  Rs.6000
B.  Rs.8000
C.  Rs.7000
D.  Rs.5000
E.  None of these
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17 .
In a college, 2000 students are there in which 36% are girls. Each boy's monthly fees is Rs. 480 and each girl paid 25% less monthly fees in comparison to boy. What is the total monthly fees amount paid by boys and girls ?
A.  Rs.873400
B.  Rs.867300
C.  Rs.876300
D.  Rs.873600
E.  None of these
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18 .
Twenty per cent of Anuj's annual salary is equal to seventy five per cent of Raj's annual salary. Raj's monthly salary is 60% of Ravi's monthly salary. If Ravi's annual salary is Rs. 1.44 lakh. What is Anuj's monthly salary ?
A.  Rs.270000
B.  Rs.27000
C.  Rs.324000
D.  Rs.5400
E.  None of these
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19 .
In a college 12% of total students are interested in sports. $3 \over 4$th of total students are interested in dance. 10% of total students are interested in singing and remaining 15 students are not interested in any activity. How many students are there in the college ?
A.  450
B.  500
C.  600
D.  Cannot be determined
E.  None of these
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20 .
Aman's expense is 30% more than Vimal's expense and Vimal's expense is 10% less than Raman's expense. If the sum of their expenses is Rs. 6447, then what would be the Aman's expense ?
A.  Rs.2200
B.  Rs.2457
C.  Rs.1890
D.  Rs.2100
E.  None of these
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21 .
A candidate appearing for an examination has to secure 35% marks to pass. But he secured only 40 marks and failed by 30 marks. What would be the maximum marks of test ?
A.  280
B.  180
C.  200
D.  150
E.  210
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22 .
Natasha decided to spend 45% of her salary on shopping. On completion of her shopping, she realised that she had spent only Rs. 11475, which was 60% of what she had decided to spent. How much is Natasha's salary ?
A.  Rs.29600
B.  Rs.38800
C.  Rs.42500
D.  Cannot be determined
E.  None of these
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23 .
The income of A is 150% of the income of B and the income of C is 120% of the income of A. If the total income of A, B and C together is Rs.86000, what is C's income ?
A.  Rs.30000
B.  Rs.32000
C.  Rs.20000
D.  Rs.36000
E.  None of these
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24 .
In a mixture of milk and water the proportion of water by weight was 75%. If in the 60 gm mixture, 15 gm water was added, what would be the percentage of water ?
A.  75%
B.  88%
C.  90%
D.  100%
E.  None of these
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