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Question number: 1
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A seller busy 4 kg of salt of type I at Rs. 5 per kg and 6 kg of type II for Rs. 4 per kg he mixes the two types. At that price must he sell each kg of salt to gain 5 % on the whole?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 4.8 

b.  Rs. 4.62 

c.  Rs. 4.3 

d.  Rs. 4.1 

Question number: 2
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Karmayog Central Ltd is inviting applications from entrepreneurs who have an idea or in the intital stage of their startups and are looking for people who can fund them. A, B & C have recently started their venture RS Enterprises and are into manufacturing of clothes and delivering the same to the retail exchange houses. With the help of family and friends, A started investing Rs. 10,000, for B it was 12000 and 15000 for C. Three months, down the line A increased his investment by 30% & C decreased his investment by 20%. If A gets 20 % of the share (for operating the business) before distributing it equally in the ratio of their investment, then, how much amount is received by A if final profit is 5,550?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  1470 

b.  2580 

c.  4440 

d.  1110 

Question number: 3
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A man gains Rs. 25 on selling a horse at a profit of 12.5 % and dog at a loss of 8.33%. However, if he sells a horse at a loss of 8.33 % and a dog at a gain of 12.5%, then, he earns as much the sum at which he has bought the horse and cow. Find the profit/loss % of horse, if he sells it at the same price what he gets on selling the dog at 20 % profit?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  09.09% 

b.  14.28% 

c.  20% 

d.  11.11% 
