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DATA INTERPRETATION
(Set – 57)

Varun started a business with Shivam such that ratio of their investment is 5:6 respectively, and it is decided that Varun will do all the administrative work. After 6 months of commencement of business, Madhav joined them with an investment of Rs. 56000 and he took over all the administrative work from Varun. The ratio of initial investment of Shivam and Madhav is 3:4 respectively. After another 6 months, Varun and Shivam double their investment. 20% of the total profit is distributed for Administrative work to Varun and Madhav as per their respective time period for which they did the administrative work and the remaining is distributed among them according to their ratio of investment.

1) Find the profit share of Madhav after 2 years of commencement of business, if they received a total profit of Rs. 306000.

a) Rs. 96400

b) Rs. 124500

c) Rs. 153600

d) Rs. 184200

e) None of these

Varun started a business with Shivam such that ratio of their investment is 5:6 respectively, and it is decided that Varun will do all the administrative work. After 6 months of commencement of business, Madhav joined them with an investment of Rs. 56000 and he took over all the administrative work from Varun. The ratio of initial investment of Shivam and Madhav is 3:4 respectively. After another 6 months, Varun and Shivam double their investment. 20% of the total profit is distributed for Administrative work to Varun and Madhav as per their respective time period for which they did the administrative work and the remaining is distributed among them according to their ratio of investment.

2) If the total profit received on the business after 2 years is Rs.225000 and they spent 10% of the total profit on corporate social responsibility, find the share of Varun in total profit.

a) Rs. 63750

b) Rs. 67250

c) Rs. 72450

d) Rs. 78650

e) Rs. 84350

3) The amount of hydrochloric acid present in container S is 43.5 litres more than the amount of hydrochloric acid present in container Q, and the amount of Nitric Acid present in container S is 33.5 litres less than amount of Nitric acid present in container Q.

Find the amount of Hydrochloric Acid that should be added to container Q to make it Aqua regia? (Note: Aqua regia contains Nitric acid and hydrochloric acid in the ratio of 1:3 respectively)

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a) 112 litres

b) 144 litres

c) 96 litres

d) 84 litres

e) 156 litres

4) The total volume of mixture in container P, Q and R together is 905 litres. If the amount of Hydrochloric acid present in container P and Q taken together and the amount of Nitric acid present in container P and Q taken together is 291 litres and 159 litres respectively, then the amount of Nitric acid present in container P is approximately what percentage of amount of Nitric acid present in container R?

a) 20%

b) 30%

c) 50%

d) 40%

e)None of these

5) If equal amounts of mixture from container R and S are mixed in another container X, then in which of the following container is the ratio of amount of Hydrochloric acid to amount of Nitric acid present is equal to ratio of amount of Hydrochloric acid to amount of Nitric acid present in container X?

a) Container P

b) Container Q

c) Container R

d) Container S

e) Container T

6) If the difference between the amount of Hydrochloric acid and the amount of Nitric acid present in container T and container R is 30 litres and 45 litres respectively, then, find the ratio of amount of Nitric acid present in container T to the amount of Hydrochloric acid present in container R.

a) 18:11

b) 17:13

c) 13:11

d) 18:13

e) 17:11

7) Mixtures of container P and container T are mixed together in a fixed proportion to get a mixture of 64% of Hydrochloric Acid. If further, 42 litres of Nitric acid is added to this mixture to get a mixture of 50% concentration, then find the amount of mixture from container T used in the process.

a) 20 litres

b) 60 litres

c) 30 litres

d) 35 litres

e) 40 litres

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