
question_answer1) The incomplete graph shows Dhanush's savings from January to April. Dhanush saved a total of Rs.730 during the four months. The amount of money saved in February was as much as that saved in March. How much did he save in March?
A) Rs. 245 done
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B) Rs. 275 done
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C) Rs. 250 done
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D) Rs. 295 done
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question_answer2) A man buys erasers at 10 for Rs. 3 and sells at 6 for Rs. 3. What is his gain percent?
A) 20% done
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B) 25% done
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C) 27% done
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D) 40% done
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question_answer3) Raj has Rs.288. Manish has Rs.12 more than Raj. Sonam has twice as much as Manish. How much money does Sonam have?
A) Rs. 276 done
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B) Rs. 600 done
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C) Rs. 288 done
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D) Rs. 300 done
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question_answer4) Naresh saves Rs. 300. His brother, Suresh, saves Rs. 220. How much money must Naresh give his brother so that both of them will have the same amount of money?
A) Rs. 40 done
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B) Rs. 520 done
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C) Rs. 80 done
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D) Rs. 100 done
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question_answer5) Kavya's savings is four times that of her sister. When she spends Rs. 15 and her sister saves Rs. 45, both of them have the same amount of money. How much does Kavya and her sister respectively have in their savings at first?
A) Rs. 60, Rs. 100 done
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B) Rs. 100, Rs. 60 done
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C) Rs. 80, Rs. 20 done
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D) Rs. 20, Rs. 80 done
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question_answer6) Maya and Preeti shared Rs.3480. Maya received five times as much money as Preeti. Maya saved half the money she received. If Preeti bought 8 books at Rs. 7 each, and saved the rest of the money, how much money did Preeti and Maya save altogether?
A) Rs. 1479 done
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B) Rs. 1947 done
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C) Rs. 1974 done
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D) Rs. 1794 done
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question_answer7) 6 ballpoint pens cost the same as a fountain pen. 4 ballpoint pens cost the same as 8 pencils. How many pencils have the same cost as 4 fountain pens?
A) 12 pencils done
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B) 48 pencils done
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C) 36 pencils done
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D) 6 pencils done
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question_answer8) Mr. Vikram bought a flask and two identical teapots. He gave the cashier Rs. 100 and recovered Rs. 18 in change. How much did each teapot cost if the flask costs Rs. 34?
A) Rs. 48 done
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B) Rs. 36 done
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C) Rs. 82 done
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D) Rs. 24 done
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question_answer9) Sandhya and Mohini had an equal amount of money at first. After Mohini bought a story book for Rs. 6.90, she had \[\frac{1}{3}\] as much money as Sandhya. How much did Sandhya have at first?
A) Rs. 3.45 done
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B) Rs. 10.35 done
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C) Rs. 13.45 done
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D) Rs. 6.90 done
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question_answer10) Praveen bought 8 books and 3 dictionaries. He gave the cashier Rs. 200 and received Rs. 59.05 in change. If each dictionary costs Rs. 30.85, find the cost of each book.
A) Rs. 6.05 done
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B) Rs. 92.55 done
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C) Rs. 140.95 done
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D) Rs. 48.40 done
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question_answer11) Mrs. Kumar always saves 10% of her salary. When her salary was increased by 15%, her savings increased by Rs. 30. Calculate her salary after the increase.
A) Rs. 3000 done
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B) Rs. 2300 done
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C) Rs. 30000 done
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D) Rs. 2000 done
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question_answer12) The usual selling price of an encyclopaedia set is Rs.780. At a book fair, the same set is sold at 70% of the usual price. How much money will 14 such sets cost at the book fair?
A) Rs. 2340 done
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B) Rs. 3276 done
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C) Rs. 5335 done
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D) Rs. 7644 done
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question_answer13) The cost of Carpeting a floor of area \[\text{50 }{{\text{m}}^{\text{2}}}\] is Rs.550. How much will it cost to carpet a floor of area \[\text{225 }{{\text{m}}^{\text{2}}}\] at the same rate?
A) Rs. 2525 done
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B) Rs. 2550 done
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C) Rs. 2475 done
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D) Rs. 2625 done
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question_answer14) The cost of petrol X is Rs.6 per litre while petrol Y is only half as expensive. Find the cost of filling \[\frac{1}{3}\] of a cubical tank with petrol X and the rest of the tank with petrol Y if each side of the cubical tank is 20 cm long.
A) Rs. 16 done
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B) Rs. 32 done
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C) Rs. 40 done
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D) Rs. 72 done
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question_answer15) The cost of each litre of petrol is Rs. 4. Find the cost of filling a tank 30 cm by 50 cm by 70 cm with petrol.
A) Rs. 105 done
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B) Rs. 210 done
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C) Rs. 420 done
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D) Rs. 600 done
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question_answer16) The cost of an antique vase is Rs. 80. Find the cost of 5 such antique vases.
A) Rs. 320 done
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B) Rs. 400 done
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C) Rs. 300 done
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D) Rs. 360 done
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question_answer17) The table given shows the cost of renting bicycles and tricycles at a shop.
Bicycle  Tricycle 
Rs.5 for the 1st hour or part thereof  Rs.3 for the 1st hour or part thereof 
Rs.4.50 for each additional hour or part thereof  Rs.2 for each additional hour or part thereof 
How much does it cost to rent a bicycle and a tricycle for 2 hours 15 minutes?
A) Rs. 7 done
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B) Rs. 14 done
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C) Rs. 28 done
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D) Rs. 21 done
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question_answer18) A total of 576 buttons and pins were shared equally among; some children. Each child received 4 buttons and 5 pins. How many children and buttons were there respectively?
A) 256 buttons, 64 children done
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B) 256 children, 64 buttons done
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C) 64 buttons, 64 children done
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D) 256 children, 256 buttons done
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question_answer19) A jeweller bought 18 rings at Rs.29700 and sold each one at Rs. 2600. How much money did he earn altogether?
A) Rs. 46800 done
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B) Rs. 11700 done
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C) Rs. 17100 done
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D) Rs. 10710 done
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question_answer20) How much must Satish pay for 36 books?
BOOK FAIR! 3 books for Rs.7.50 only 
A) Rs. 36 done
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B) Rs. 90 done
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C) Rs. 45 done
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D) Rs. 270 done
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question_answer21) 3 apples cost Rs.1.10 at a fruit store. What is the cost of 57 apples?
A) Rs. 2090 done
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B) Rs. 2180 done
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C) Rs. 22 done
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D) Rs. 3010 done
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question_answer22) Murari spends \[\frac{2}{5}\] of his monthly pocket money on food and \[\frac{8}{35}\] on books. He saves the rest. If he is given a total of Rs.420 in one year, find the amount of money he saves in one year.
A) Rs. 300 done
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B) Rs. 156 done
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C) Rs. 360 done
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D) Rs. 165 done
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question_answer23) A typewriter costs Rs. 240. A calculator costs only \[\frac{1}{20}\], as much as a typewriter and a stapler costs only \[\frac{1}{4}\] as much as the calculator. Find the total cost of 1 typewriter, 2 calculators and 3 staplers.
A) Rs. 249 done
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B) Rs. 234 done
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C) Rs. 273 done
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D) Rs. 237 done
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question_answer24) Shekar has Rs. 770 in his savings account and Arun has \[\frac{1}{7}\]of this amount. Varun has \[\frac{2}{5}\] of the amount Arun has. How much money do the 3 boys have altogether?
A) Rs. 110 done
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B) Rs. 924 done
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C) Rs. 44 done
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D) Rs. 784 done
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question_answer25) Aruna had Rs. 900. She used c of the money to buy a toaster and \[\frac{1}{5}\] of the remainder to buy a briefcase. She then divided what she had left into 3 equal parts. How much was there in one part?
A) Rs. 192 done
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B) Rs. 576 done
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C) Rs. 720 done
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D) Rs. 144 done
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question_answer26) Kavan saved \[\frac{6}{7}\] of his salary every month for 4 months. His monthly salary was Rs. 2100 for the first 2 months. In the third month, he had an increment of Rs. 700. How much money did he save altogether during the 4 months?
A) Rs. 3600 done
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B) Rs. 4800 done
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C) Rs. 8400 done
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D) Rs. 2800 done
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question_answer27) A refrigerator costs Rs. 4400 while a microwave oven is only \[\frac{2}{5}\] as expensive. How much more does the refrigerator cost than the oven?
A) Rs. 880 done
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B) Rs. 1760 done
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C) Rs. 2640 done
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D) Rs. 3520 done
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question_answer28) Karthik's monthly salary is Rs. 2500. If he sets aside \[\frac{4}{5}\] of this money for his household expenses and spends \[\frac{3}{8}\] of the remainder, how much money is left?
A) Rs. 34.50 done
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B) Rs. 315.20 done
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C) Rs. 312.50 done
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D) Rs. 315.20 done
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question_answer29) Harish had Rs. 420. He spent \[\frac{1}{3}\] of it and gave \[\frac{2}{5}\] of the remainder to his mother. How much money did Harish give his mother?
A) Rs. 56 done
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B) Rs. 112 done
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C) Rs. 168 done
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D) Rs. 308 done
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question_answer30) Bhanu has 4 times as much money as Shekhar. If Shekhar receives Rs. 22.50 from Bhanu, they would have an equal amount of money. How much money does Shekhar have at first?
A) Rs. 15 done
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B) Rs. 45 done
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C) Rs. 32 done
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D) Rs. 38 done
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question_answer31) 25 labourers earned Rs. 5075 in a week. How much did a labourer earn in a day?
A) Rs. 29 done
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B) Rs. 23 done
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C) Rs. 203 done
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D) Rs. 230 done
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question_answer32) A radio was sold for Rs. 572 at a profit of Rs. 24. Find its cost price.
A) Rs. 596 done
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B) Rs. 558 done
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C) Rs. 548 done
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D) Rs. 580 done
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question_answer33) Abhinav has the same the number of notes of Rs.5, Rs.10 and Rs.20. In all, he has Rs.175. Find the number of notes of each he had.
A) 9 done
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B) 7 done
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C) 5 done
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D) 3 done
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question_answer34) An advertisement in a sport store gives the following information. What is the cost of a football?
A) Rs. 130 done
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B) Rs. 60 done
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C) Rs. 50 done
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D) Rs. 40 done
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question_answer35) The figure given shows the prices of three items. The price of a camera is \[\frac{3}{4}\] of the total price of the 3 items. Find the total price of all the items.
A) Rs.1100 done
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B) Rs.1091 done
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C) Rs.1001 done
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D) Rs.991 done
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question_answer36) Which of the following gives the largest value?
A) Rs. 2450 + Rs. 980  Rs. 1411 done
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B) Rs. 4020  Rs. 2963 + Rs. 969 done
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C) (Rs. 7218 + Rs. 882) \[\div \] 4 done
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D) Rs. 3090  Rs. 354 \[\times \] 3 done
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question_answer37) Manas has the same number of 50 paise and Rs.1 coins. The total value of all the coins is Rs. 30. How many coins does Manas have altogether?
A) 50 done
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B) 40 done
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C) 60 done
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D) 30 done
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question_answer38) The monthly income of Shiva is Rs. 7500. He spent \[\frac{2}{5}\] of that. How much did he save?
A) Rs. 2600 done
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B) Rs. 3900 done
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C) Rs. 4500 done
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D) Rs. 1600 done
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question_answer39) The figures Shows the prices of three items. Mrs. Sonam buys a tin of milk powder, 2 bottles of cooking oil and 6 packets of biscuits. She gives a certain amount of money and receives some change which is 25% of the price of the milk powder. How much money does she give to the shopkeeper?
A) Rs. 88 done
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B) Rs. 94 done
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C) Rs. 100 done
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D) Rs. 119 done
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question_answer40) Arvind had Rs. 650. He spent \[\frac{2}{5}\] of it to buy story books and 20% of the remainder on a pair of slippers. How much money did he have left?
A) Rs. 158 done
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B) Rs. 208 done
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C) Rs. 260 done
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D) Rs. 312 done
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question_answer41) If the cost of 15 pens is Rs. 148.50, what is the cost of 6 pens?
A) Rs. 32.80 done
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B) Rs. 48.90 done
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C) Rs. 20.90 done
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D) Rs. 59.90 done
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question_answer42) The cost price of an article is Rs. 620 and 10% profit is made on it. What is the selling price of the article?
A) Rs. 640 done
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B) Rs. 682 done
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C) Rs. 744 done
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D) Rs. 662 done
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question_answer43) If 35% of Rs.60 is spent, find the remaining amount.
A) Rs. 39 done
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B) Rs. 36 done
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C) Rs. 42 done
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D) Rs. 24 done
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question_answer44) The ratio of the incomes of Kamala and Vimala is 2 : 3. If Kamala's income is Rs.9000, what is Vimala's income?
A) Rs. 13500 done
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B) Rs. 6000 done
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C) Rs. 12000 done
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D) Rs. 3000 done
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question_answer45) Kiran bought 100 eggs for Rs. 61. Out of them 12 eggs were found to be broken. He sold the remaining eggs for a gain of Rs. 5. What was the selling price of an egg?
A) Rs. 1.50 done
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B) Rs. 0.75 done
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C) Rs. 0.67 done
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D) Rs. 0.80 done
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question_answer46) The table given shows the total cost for different numbers of tickets to a special show at a water park. Each ticket costs the same amount.
Ticket Costs for Water Park Show 
Number of Tickets  Total Cost 
4  Rs.16 
9  Rs.36 
18  Rs.72 
21  Rs.84 
What is the cost for 12 tickets to the show?
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B) Rs. 44 done
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C) Rs. 36 done
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D) Rs. 24 done
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