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Quantitative Comparison
(Set – 1)

1)
Quantity l: Ayush bought an article at a discount of 15% and sold the article to the
customer for Rs. 1840. If the marked price of the article for Ayush is Rs. 2000,
then find the profit percentage for Ayush?
Quantity Il: If the shopkeeper sells 12 articles at the cost price of 13 articles, then
find his profit percentage.
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

2)
Quantity l: Sachin deposited Rs. 5600 on simple interest at the rate of 11% per
annum. What is the total amount withdrawn by him after 4 years.
Quantity Il: Vaishali deposited Rs. 5600 on compound interest at the rate of 20%
per annum for 2 years. What is the total amount withdrawn by her after 2 years.
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

3)
Quantity l: A, B and C are supposed to work on a project. A can complete the
project alone in 36 days and C is 80% more efficient than A. If A worked on the
project alone for 5 days and then B, whose efficiency is 60% of A’s, joined him for
the next 7 days and the remaining project is completed by C alone then find the
total time taken to complete the project.
Quantity Il: A, C and B together can complete a work in 16 days, while C alone can
complete the whole work in 24 days. If B’s efficiency is 25% of C, then find the
time taken by A and C together to complete the work.
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

4)
Quantity l: There are some students in a class. If Varun had got 28 marks, the
class average would have been 63.5. But if he had got 82 marks, the class average
would have been 68. Find the number of students in the class.
Quantity Il: There are some students in a class. 50% of them secured 1 5 marks
each, 25% of the remaining students secured 10 marks each and the rest secured
12 marks each. The marks of all the students in the class are 212. Find the number
of students in the class.
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

5)
Quantity l: In a Soda shop there are six different flavors of Soda. Akash orders
total four soda bottle one after the other. What is the probability that all the soda
bottles ordered by Akash are of orange flavor?
Quantity ll: Nisha picks up a card from a deck of cards and replaces it. He does it
for four times. What is the probability that all the cards he picked are aces?
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

6)
Quantity l: A container X contains a mixture of A and B in the ratio of 3: 2 and a
container Y contains a mixture of A and B in the ratio of 4:5. The mixture from
containers X and Y are mixed in the ratio of 1:2. If the quantity of the mixture
taken from container X is 45L, then the total quantity of A in the new mixture will
be?
Quantity Il: A vessel contains a mixture of two liquids M1 and M2 in the ratio 9: 7.
When 32 litres of mixture is drawn out, the ratio of M1 and M2 becomes 2: 3.
How many litres of liquid M1 was in the vessel initially?
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

7)
Quantity l: 3 people P, Q, R started a business and each of them invested Rs.
12000. After 3 months P withdrew Rs. 3000, after 2 more months Q withdrew Rs.
2000 and R invested Rs.2000. At the end of the year, total profit made was Rs.
81000. Find the difference between the share of P and R?
Quantity ll: A, B and C entered into partnership. A invested 2 times as much as B.
B invested 3 times as much as C. At the end of the year the profit is Rs. 80000.
Find the sum of the share of A and B?
a) Quantity-I > Quantity-Il
b) Quantity-I < Quantity-Il
c) Quantity-I ≤ Quantity-Il
d) Quantity-I = Quantity-Il or No relation
e) Quantity-1 ≥ Quantity-Il

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