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1 .
Two candidates fought an election. One of them got 60% of the total votes and won by 550 votes. If 5% of votes were declared invalid what was the total number of votes polled?
2700
3300
3500
3700
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2 .
A number when multiplied by six times of itself gives value equal to 1176. What is the number?
14
17
18
16
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3 .
The LCM of two numbers is 1540 and their HCF is 20. If one of the numbers is 11 $\times$ 20, find the other number
160
140
130
180
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4 .
Two sums of money are proportional to 7 : 9. If the first one is Rs.140, what is the other?
Rs. 180
Rs. 200
Rs. 240
Rs. 220
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5 .
In how many different ways can the letters of the word PRACTICE be arranged?
26100
20160
21060
20106
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6 .
How long does a 110-m-long train running at a speed of 54 kmph take to cross a 205-m-long-bridge?
40 seconds
42 seconds
21 seconds
20 seconds
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7 .
A man swims 21 km downstream and 14 km upstream, taking 7 hours each time. What is the speed of the stream?
2 kmph
1.5 kmph
1 kmph
$1 \over 2$ kmph
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8 .
A profit of 25% is earned on goods when a discount of 20% is allowed on the marked price. What profit percentage will be earned when a discount of 10% is allowed on the marked price?
45$9 \over 11$%
42$3 \over 4$%
40$5 \over 8$%
37$2 \over 3$%
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9 .
A 20m long and 16m wide rectangular hall is surrounded by a 2-metre wide verandah. Find the area of the verandah
128$m^2$
130$m^2$
168$m^2$
160$m^2$
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10 .
The difference between the compound interest and the simple interest on a certain sum of money at 10% per annum for 2 years is Rs. 15. Find the sum
Rs. 2000
Rs. 1600
Rs. 1500
Rs. 2500
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