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  • 1 . A shopkeeper mixed two varieties of sugar purchased at the rate of Rs. 40/kg and at the rate of Rs. 33/kg respectively. If he sells the mixture at the rate of Rs.92 per kg. and thus gains 20%, find the ratio in which the two varieties are mixed.

    (A). 3:5

    (B). 2:5

    (C). 5:3

    (D). 4:7

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  • 2 . A can do a piece of work in 16 days which B can do in 24 days. They begin together but days before the completion of the work, B leaves off. The total number of days to complete the work is : -

    (A). 7.5 days

    (B). 10 days

    (C). 12 days

    (D). 13.5 days

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  • 3 . In a comp, 105 men provisions for 33 days. After 5 days, 1/5 of the men left the comp. for how many days will the remaining food last now?

    (A). 29 days

    (B). 31 days

    (C). 33 days

    (D). 35 days

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  • 4 . Pawan can do a work in 10 days and Shekhar in 12 days. Pawan and Shekhar can do the work on alternate days. If Shekhar begins the work them the work can be finished in how many days?

    (A). 10 5/6 days

    (B). 11 days

    (C). 11 ½ days

    (D). 12 days

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  • 5 . If 12 carpenters working 6 hours a day can make 330 chairs in 150 days, then no. of chairs made by 6 carpenters in 180 days each working 8 hours a day.

    (A). 426

    (B). 462

    (C). 264

    (D). 624

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  • 6 . A waiter salary consists of his salary and tips. During one month his tips were 4/3 of his salary. What fraction of his income came from tips?

    (A). 7/4

    (B). 4/7

    (C). 3/7

    (D). 7/3

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  • 7 . A can finish a work in 12 days, B in 9 days and C in 24 days. A, B and C will after 3 days. Then in how many days C will complete the remaining work.

    (A). 10 days

    (B). 15 days

    (C). 7 days

    (D). 3 days

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  • 8 . A, B and C can do work in 8, 16, 24 days respectively. They all begin together. A continues to work till it is finished, but C leaving off 2 days and B 1 day before its completion. In what time is work finished ?

    (A). 3 days

    (B). 10 days

    (C). 5 days

    (D). 15 days

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  • 9 . A is 20% more efficient than B. How much time will they, working together, take to complete a job which A alone could have done in 22 days ?

    (A). 17 days

    (B). 22 days

    (C). 15 days

    (D). 12 days

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  • 10 . Raj started from A to B point and Shekhar from B to A point. If the distance between A and B is 165km and they meet at 90km from point A. What is the ratio of Raj’s speed to that of Shekhar’s speed?

    (A). 5:4

    (B). 4:3

    (C). 3:2

    (D). 2:3

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