SET 53

Mini Mock Set – 53 | Maths & Reasoning | Free PDF Download

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1.The ratio of cost price to the marked price of an article is 5: 8 respectively. The shopkeeper sold the article at 20% profit. Had the shopkeeper bought the article for Rs. 300 more and sold the article at 10% profit, then he would have earned Rs. 180 more. Find the marked price of the article.

  1. 1. Rs. 2400
  2. Rs. 3200
  3. Rs. 2700
  4. Rs. 2100
  5. Rs. 1600

2.A rectangular park has been fenced at the rate of Rs. 8 per m. The total cost incurred in fencing is Rs. 2048 and the length of the park is 72 m. If a path of width 4 m has been made around outside the boundary of the park, then find the area of the path.

  1. 1164 m2
  2. 1210 m2
  3. 932 m2
  4. 1088 m2
  5. None of these

3.The ratio of the age of Aman and Suman is 9:7, respectively. After 4 years, the ratio of age of Aman and age of Vishnu will become 8:5, respectively. Find the age of Suman, if Vishnu is 7 years younger than Suman.

  1. 35 years
  2. 42 years
  3. 28 years
  4. 21 years
  5. None of these

4.Vinay deposits Rs. 6000 in a scheme offering 20% compound interest per annum and Amit deposits some amount in a scheme offering 16% simple interest per annum. After 2 years, the difference between the total amount received by Amit and interest earned by Vinay will be Rs. 9240. Find the ratio of the amount deposited by Amit to the amount deposited by Vinay.
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  1. 4: 3
  2. 6: 1
  3. 5: 4
  4. 3: 2
  5. 4: 5

5.The time taken by a train of length 360 m to cross a boy is 24.8 seconds less than the time taken by it to cross a 620 m long platform. Find the time taken by the train to cross another train of length 315 m which is running at a speed of 20 m/s in the opposite direction towards it.

  1. 15 seconds
  2. 20 seconds
  3. 18 seconds
  4. 24 seconds
  5. None of these

The Line graph shows the percentage of students who accepted the challenge in six schools
The Bar graph shows the number of students who did not accept the challenge

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6.If the number of students who accepted the challenge in BHU and NSP is increased by 750 and 640 respectively, find the difference between number of students who accepted the challenge in BHU and number of students who accepted the challenge in NSP.
a) 470    b) 585    c) 540      d) 630      e) None of these

7.If the number of students who accepted the challenge in HKP is decreased by 520 and number of students who did not accept the challenge in FTP is increased by 440, find the respective ratio of number of students who did not accepted the challenge in HKP and number of students who accepted the challenge in FTP.
a) 123 : 79     b) 117 : 73     c) 115 : 61    d) 119 : 62
e) None of these

8.If the number of students who accepted the challenge in HKP is increased by 250, what will be the percentage of students who did not accept the challenge?
a) 51.13%     b) 55 12%     c) 53.67%     d) 57.44%     e) 59.33%

9.If number of students who accepted the challenge in another school KMR is 15% more than the number of students who accepted the challenge in BHU and number of students who did not accepted the challenge in KMR is 10% less than the number of students who did not accepted the challenge in SHU, number of students who accepted the challenge in KMR is what percent of total number of student in KMR?
a) 43.33%     b) 41.91%      c) 33.14%      d) 53.12%      e) 46.12%

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