Comparing Quantities (IMO Level 1 Mathematics Olympiad (SOF) Class 7): Questions 1  7 of 83
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Question number: 1
» Comparing Quantities
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By selling a dress for Rs. 545, a man loses of his outlay. If it is sold for Rs. 650, what is the gain percent?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  7% 

b.  5% 

c.  9% 

d.  12% 

Question number: 2
» Comparing Quantities
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Salary of a professor increases every year by 10%. His salary in the year 2011 was Rs. 23000. What was his salary in 2009?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 19,008 

b.  Rs. 18,000 

c.  Rs. 20,210 

d.  Rs. 19,508 

Question number: 3
» Comparing Quantities
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In an election between two candidates, the candidate who gets 25 % of the votes polled is defeated by 5,000 votes. What is the number of votes polled by the winning candidates?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  7,500 

b.  3,000 

c.  4,250 

d.  6,750 

Question number: 4
» Comparing Quantities
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By selling a jug for Rs. 144, a man loses of his outlay. If it is sold for Rs. 189, what is the gain percent?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  50% 

b.  25% 

c.  30% 

d.  12.5% 

Question number: 5
» Comparing Quantities
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The value of is ________.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a. 


b. 


c. 


d. 


Question number: 6
» Comparing Quantities
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Salary of an officer increases every year by 20%. His salary in the year 2001 was Rs. 26640. What was his salary in 1999?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Rs. 19,028 

b.  Rs. 19,528 

c.  Rs. 20,000 

d.  Rs. 18,500 

Question number: 7
» Comparing Quantities
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In an election between two candidates, the candidate who gets 45 % of the votes polled is defeated by 7,500 votes. What is the number of votes polled by the winning candidates?
Choices
Choice (4)  Response  

a.  31,250 

b.  41,250 

c.  75,000 

d.  35,000 
