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Direction (1 – 5) : Study the table given below and answer the following questions. Some data is missing in the table.
Table shows data regarding Rs.20 notes received by 5 different banks during demonetization.
Note – 1. ‘Return’ is the amount (face value of note) of notes returned by bank to its customers. 2. Each bank has given minimum of 50% return on all notes received by it.
Q1. If difference of notes on which 50% return is given and on which 80% return is given of PNB is 1000, then find number of notes on which 100% return is given by PNB are what percent of total notes received by BOB?
Q2.If total number of notes on which BOI gave 100% return and 50% return are 13500, then find total amount received by BOI is how much more or less than total amount received by Axis bank?
Q3. If ratio of notes on which (50% return : 80% return) is given by BOB is same as ratio of notes on which (50% return : 80% return) is given by Axis bank and number of notes on which BOB gave 100% return are 20% less than total notes received by PNB, then find ratio of notes on which BOB gave 80% return to that of on which it gave 100% return.
1. 2 : 3
2. 1 : 3
3. 4 : 5
4. 5 : 7
5. None of the above.
Q4. If total number of notes received by BOI is 40% less than total number of notes received by SBI, then find average number of Rs.20 notes received by these 5 banks.
5. Cannot be determined.
Q5. If percentage of notes on which 100% return is given by PNB is 50%, then find the amount earned by PNB in this whole transaction.
Q6. P and Q entered into partnership business. P invested some amount and Q invested 25% more than P and each of P & Q invested for ten months. After four months from starting of business, R joined them for six months with amount equal to amount invested by P & Q together and they got a total profit of Rs. 36000. Find difference between profit share of P & R?
1. 1500 Rs.
2. 2500 Rs.
3. 3500 Rs.
4. 3000 Rs.
5. 4500 Rs.
Q7. Anurag invested his saving of Rs. 4800 at the rate of __________ % p.a. for three years on SI and Bharti invested her saving of Rs. __________ for two years on CI at the rate of 20% p.a. compounding annually. If ratio of interest received by Bharti to that of Anurag is 11 : 9, then what should come in the place of given blanks.
1. 12.5 & 3000
2. 50 & 10000
3. 20 & 3000
4. 25 & 2500
5. None of these
Q8. A can complete the of a work in 40 days, while B can complete the of same work in 70 days. If both (A & B) can complete the same work with C in 20 days, then find C can alone complete the of same work in how many days?
1. 36 days
2. 45 days
3. 60 days
4. 30 days
5. 48 days
Q9. In ‘Mohan apartment’ certain number of three types of flats 1 BHK, 2 BHK and 3BHK and sum of 1 BHK and 2 BHK flats is 60% of total number of flats and difference between 1 BHK and 2 BHK flats in apartment is three. If Veer select randomly two flats for purchase and probability of that at least one of them being 3BHK is Find difference between number of 1 BHK and 3 BHK flats in ‘Mohan apartment’?
1. Either (D) or (E)
Q10. Ratio between annual income of A & B is 4 : 3 and their annual expenditure is Rs. 98000. If ratio of annual savings of A & B is 5 : 4 and annual expenditure of B is Rs. 28000 less than that of A, then find the difference between annual salary of A & B?
1. Rs. 60000
2. Rs. 80000
3. Rs. 77000
4. Rs. 90000
5. Rs. 100000
Let number of notes on which 50% return is given and on which 80% return is given of PNB be 5x and 7x respectively.
7x – 5x = 1000
x = 500
So, number of notes on which 100% return is given by PNB = 15000 – (7+5)×500
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