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Question number: 18
» Financial Problems » Profit and Loss
Question
Seema purchased a bicycle at 8/11th of its selling price. She sold it later at a gain of 10%. How many times the selling price of Seema is of the original selling price?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  3/2 

b.  4/5 

c.  5/6 

d.  5/3 

Question number: 19
» Financial Problems » Partnership
Appeared in Year: 2015
Question
A, B and C together started a business. The ratio of investment of A, B and C is 0.125: 0.75: 0.25. After 8 months, A adds thrice amount of his earlier investment and C invests half of earlier investment. At the end of the year they earn total profit Rs. 5800. What is B’s share in profit? (SBI PO)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 3400 

b.  Rs. 3800 

c.  Rs. 3600 

d.  Rs. 3200 

Question number: 20
» Financial Problems » Simple and Compound Interest
Question
What is the difference between the simple and the compound interest on Rs. 7300 at the rate of 6 % p. a for 2 years? (IBPS PO 2013)
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  21.34 

b.  31.41 

c.  29.37 

d.  26.28 

Question number: 21
» Financial Problems » Discounts » Present Worth and True Discount
Question
Find the true discount on Rs. 768 due 2 years hence at 14 % per annum.
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  167 

b.  168.5 

c.  168 

d.  167.5 

Question number: 22
» Financial Problems » Income and Expenditures
Question
Siddharth monthly salary is Rs. 50000. Out of which he spends 12000 on household stuff, 5000 on Lic policies, 5000 on child education, and 5000 extra miscellaneous. He saves 12, 000 per month and the remaining amount he send to his parents. What percent of his income does he send to his parents.
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  21% 

b.  22% 

c.  23% 

d.  20% 
