**1) If Re.1 becomes Rs.16 over a period of 45 years,what is the rate % per annum.**

1) 25%

2) 20%

3) 15%

4) 3313%

**2) The simple interest of a sum of money is 9/16 of the principal,and the rate % is equal to the number of year.Find the rate per cent**

1)10%

2) 5%

3) 712%

4) 25%

**3) If Rs.900 amounts to Rs.1080 in 4 years at simple interest,what sum will amount to Rs.1275 in 5 years at the same rate**

1)1020 Rs.

2)1000 Rs.

3)1230 Rs.

4)1450 Rs.

**4) What sum of money will amount to Rs. 747.50 in 3 years,the rate of interest being 4,5 and 6%, during 1st , 2nd and 3rd year respectively**

1) 600 Rs.

2) 650 Rs.

3) 700 Rs.

4) 750 Rs.

**5) A person invested Rs.500 at a certain rate % and Rs.700 at 1% higher.The total interest from these investments in 3 years was Rs 165.Find the rate %.**

1) 3

2) 4

3) 5

4) 6

**6) The sum of Rs.1550 was lent partly at 5% and partly at 8% simple interest.The total interest received after 3 years was Rs.300.How much was lent at 8%**

1) 670 Rs

2) 700 Rs.

3) 750 Rs.

4) 800 Rs.

**7) I lent Rs.8000 at the rate of 334% per annum.If I have to pay 614% p in a rupee as income tax,find my net annual income.**

1) 280 Rs.

2) 281.25 Rs.

3) 300 Rs.

4) 400 Rs.

**8) The compound interest on a sum of money for 3 years at 5% is Rs.252.20.What is the simple interest.**

1) 240Rs.

2) 250 Rs.

3) 300 Rs.

4) 350 Rs.

**9)In how many years will a sum becomes 27 times when it trebles itself in 7 years at compound interest.**

1)12 years.

2) 21 years.

3) 22 years.

4) 25 years.

**10) In what time will Rs.2000 amount to Rs. 2420 at 10% per annum compound interest.**

1) 2 years.

2) 3 years.

3) 4 years.

4) 5 years.

**11)At what rate% compound interest will the sum of Rs. 2000 amount to Rs.231.25 in 3 years**

1) 4%

2) 6%

3) 8%

4) 5%

**12)Four percent more is gained by selling an article for Rs.180 than by selling it for Rs.175. Find its cost price**

1)125 Rs.

2)150 Rs.

3) 200 Rs.

4) 250 Rs.

**13) A table was sold at a loss of 10%. If it were sold for Rs.70 more,there would have been a gain of ****4%.What is the cost price of the table.**

1) 500 Rs.

2) 600 Rs.

3) 700 Rs.

4) 800 Rs.

**14) A tradesmans prices are 25 percent above cost price,but he allows his customers a discount of 12% on the amount of the bill.What percent profit does he make**

1) 10%

2) 12%

3) 15%

4) 20%

**15) A trader marked the price of the radio 40% above the cost price and allows 10% discount for paying cash on the spot.If he gains Rs.65,what is the cost of the radio.**

1) 200Rs.

2) 300 Rs.

3) 250 Rs.

4) 450 Rs.

**16) What price should a tradesman mark on an article which costs him Rs. 153 to gain 20% after allowing a discount of 15%**

1) Rs.200

2) 216 Rs.

3) 224 Rs.

4) 240

**17) At what profit percent an article be sold so that by selling at half that price,there may be a loss of 30%**

1) 30%

2) 25%

3) 35%

4) 40%

**18) I bought 80 Kg of salt for Rs.88 and was obliged to sell it at a loss of as much money as I received for 20 Kg.At what price did I sell the salt.**

1) 88P

2) 80P

3) 45P

4) 50 P

**19) The present ages of A and B are as 7:9.Nine years ago their ages were in the ratio of 2:3.Find the present age of A.**

1) 20 years

2) 21 years

3) 25 years

4) 30 years

**20) A father aged 45 years has a son 20 years old.How many years ago was father 6 times as old as his son**

1) 15 years

2) 20 years

3) 25 years

4) 30 years

**21) 15 years hence a man will be just 4 times as old as he was 15 years ago.Find his present age.**

1) 20 years

2) 25 years

3) 30 years

4) 35 years

**22) The average of 25 results is 18, that of the first 12 is 17 and that of last 12 is 19.The 13 result is**

1)18

2) 20

3) 25

4) 32

**23) Of three numbers,the second is half the first and the third is ½ of the second.If the average of the three is 28,find the first number**

1)24

2)48

3)36

4)40

**24) The average age of 6 children and their father is 12 years,which is reduced by 5 years if the father be excluded.How old is the father.**

1) 40 years

2) 42 years

3) 34 years

4) 45 years

**25) If oranges are bought 11 for Rs.10 and sold at 10 for Rs.11. What is the gain or loss %**

1) 21%

2) 22%

3) 30%

4) 23%

**26) Find the cost price of a table if by selling it for Rs.99,I gain 1212%**

1) 88 Rs.

2) 90 Rs.

3) 80 Rs.

4) 75 Rs.

**27) How many different divisors besides unity will divide 280 exactly**

1) 16

2) 15

3) 20

4) 30

**28) What is the number whose eleventh part multiplied by its fifth part gives 2695**

1) 355

2) 400

3) 385

4) 450**29) A number 42 is divided into two parts in the ratio 3:4.Find the number which is sum of the squares of the two parts**

1) 900

2) 800

3) 400

4) 500

**30) A garrison of 4500 men has provisions for 80 days.After 20 days, how many men must leave so that the provisions may last them for 90 days**

1) 2500 men

2) 1500 men

3) 3000 men

4) 2400 men

**31) A mixture of 30 litres of milk and water contains milk and water in the ratio of 7:3.How much water must be added to it so that the ratio of milk to water be reversed**

1) 20 litres

2) 30 litres

3) 40 litres

4) 50 litres

**32) If 3 men or 6 women can do a piece of work in 16 days.In how many days can 12 men and 8 women do the same piece of work**

1) 3 days

2) 4 days

3) 5 days

4) 6 days

**33) 5 chairs cost as much as 12 stools, 7 stools as much as 2 tables, 3 tables as much as 2 sofas.If the cost of 5 sofas be Rs. 875,find the cost of chair**

1) Rs 90

2) Rs 7

3) Rs.100

4) Rs.80

**34) The population of a village increases at the rate of 5% every 10 years.What was the population 20 years ago of the village if the present one be 8820**

1) 9000

2) 7500

3) 8500

4) 8000

**35) A man travels 15 km per hour for an hour and 45 km per hour on scooter for another hour.The average speed for the whole distance is**

1) 40 km p.h.

2) 30 km p.h.

3) 22.5 km p.h.

4) 32.5 kmp.h.