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Percentage-Test 9
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Subject :- Quantitative Aptitude
Chapter :- Percentage- Test 9
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There are 1240 employees in an organisation.out of which,25% are promoted.how many such employees are there who got promotion?
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In a company,there are 724 employees.25%employees left the job.find the number of rest of employees.
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A student has scored 40% marks to get through.if he gets 40 marks and failed by 40 marks,then find the maximum marks set for the exam.
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An agent sells goods of value of rs 15000. the commission which he receives at the ratio of 12.5% is
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The price of a certain article is rs 15000.but due to slump in the market , its price decreases by 8%. find the new price of the article?
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the market price of brand A watches is 15% higher than its original price. due to increase in demand ,the price is further increased by 10%. how much profit will be obtained in selling the watches?
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Mangulal,a shopkeeper,marks the price of his goods at 20% higher than the original price.after that,he allows a discount of 5%.what profit or loss did he get?
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When 35 is subtracted from a number.it reduces to its 80%.what is 4/5th of that number?
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A candidate score 20% and fails by 50 marks ,while another candidate who scores 40% marks,gets 30 marks more than the minimum required marks to pass the exam.find the maximum marks of the exam
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last year,there were 610 boys in a school. the number of boys decreased by 20% this year.how many girls are there in the school, if the number of girls is 175% of the total number of boys in the school this year?
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Aryan got 350 marks and vidya got 76% marks in the same test. if vidya scored 296 marks more than aryan,then what were the maximum marks of the test?
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Question 12 of 25
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A student was awarded certain marks in an exam.however,after re-evaluation, his marks were reduced by 40% of the marks that were originally awarded to him, so that the new score now became 96.how many marks did the student lose after re-evaluation ?
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Question 13 of 25
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Reena got 76 marks in hindi,48 marks in science,84 marks in mathematics,38m marks in social science and 72 marks in english.the maximum marks of each subject was 100. how much overall percentage of marks she got?
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A student was asked to measure the length and breadth of a rectangle. by mistake ,he measured the length 20% less breadth 10% more. if its original area is 200 sq cm, then find the area afthe the measurement?
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A saves 20% of his monthly salary.if his monthly expenditure is rs 6000,then his monthly savings is
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the prices of to articles are as 3:4. if the price of the first article is increased by 10% and that of the 2nd article is rs 4 ,one original ratio remains the same.the original price of 2nd article is
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sahil got 45 marks in hindi,47 marks in science,49 marks in maths, 45 marks in social and 32 marks in english. the maximum marks of each subject is 50. how much overall percentage of marks did he get?
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A box has 100 blue balls ,50 red balls and 50 black balls. 25% of blue balls and 50% of red balls are taken away.then,percentage of black balls at present is
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A jogger desiers to run a certain course in 1/4 less time then he usually takes. by what percent must he increase his average running speed to accomplish the goal ?
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Question 20 of 25
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Sadhana spent 15% of she monthly income on food and 25% childrens education.40% of the remaining she spent on recreation and sports and 20% on clothes.she is left with an amount of Rs 5760 after all these expenditure.what is sadhana’s monthly income?
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A reduction of 12.5% in the price of a television bought down its price to Rs 5775.the original price of the television is
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Question 22 of 25
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Arun spends 35% of his salary on food,15% on house rent,10% on conveyance and 20% on miscellaneous expenditure.if he still manages to save Ra 2400,then his monthly income is
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from the salary of an officer , 15% is deducted as house rent, 10% of the rest he spends on childrens education and 10% of the balance his spends on clothes ,then he is left with rs 8262.find his total salary.
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A man spends 20% of his income on food, 10% of the rest on house rent and the 35% of the balance on miscellaneous.he is left with rs 1404.find the man total income.
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the ratio of students in school A,B and C is 5:4:7. if number of students in schools are increased by 20%, 25% and 20%, than what will be the ratio of students in school A,B and C respectively?
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here, ratio of students in school, A:B:C = 5:4:7
new ratio = 5×120/100:4×125/100:7×120/100 = 600:500:840 = 30:25:42
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here, ratio of students in school, A:B:C = 5:4:7
new ratio = 5×120/100:4×125/100:7×120/100 = 600:500:840 = 30:25:42