1. In an examination, 44% of students failed in subject A and 36% of the students failed in subject B and 18% failed in both the subjects. If 352 students passed in only one subject, then how many failed in both the subjects?

1) 126 2 ) 144 3) 156 4) 158 5) None of these

2. A shopkeeper allows two successive discounts of 10% and 5% on the marked price of an article but charges a sales tax of 5% on the discounted price. If a customer pays Rs. 718.2 as including the sales tax, then what is the marked price?

1) 750 2 ) 780 3) 800 4) 830 5) None of these

4. The ratio of present ages of A and C is 7 : 9 and present age of B is equal to the average ages of A and C after 2 years. If the ratio of present age of B and age of C after four years is 6 : 7 then what will be the ratio of age of A after four years to that of present age of B?

1) 13 : 14 2 ) 14 : 13 3) 6 : 7 4) 7 : 6 5) None of these

5. In a two-digit numbers the digit in the unit's place is less than twice the digit in ten's place by 1 and the difference between the number obtained by interchanging its digit and the original number is half the number by adding 7 to original number. Then the sum of its digit is.

1) 11 2 ) 9 3) 7 4) 13 5) None of these

6. 7 litres are drawn from a beaker full of spirit then filled with water. The operation is performed 2more times. The ratio of quantity of spirit now left in the beaker to that of water is 27 : 37. How much spirit did the beaker hold in original?

1) 32 litres 2 ) 28 litres 3) 25 litres 4) 26 litres 5) None of these

7. A certain amount of money gets four times to its orignal amount after 24 years at a simple interest.What will be the interest on a sum of Rs.8500 compounded annually at the same rate of interest after 2 year?

1) Rs. 2220.5 2) Rs. 2150.75 3) Rs. 2400.50 4) Rs. 2257.6 5) None of these

8. A square of area 64 m^{2 }is formed from a wire of certain length. If a rectangle is formed from the same wire, what will be its length, if length is more than the width?

1) 10 metre 2) 12 metre 3) 8 metre 4) 8.5 metre 5) None of these

9. A shopkeeper mixes of 24 kg of sugar worth Rs. 35 per kg with another quality of sugar of Rs.42 per kg. By selling the mixture at Rs. 41.04 per kg, he may gain 8%. How much sugar of second quality has been added to the mixture?

1) 18 kg 2) 32 kg 3) 16 kg 4) 28 kg 5) None of these

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