1. Quantity 1: Average weight of 11 members is 42kg. Average weight of 5 persons is 36kg and Average weight of last 5 persons is 41kg. What is the weight of 6th person?

Quantity 2: Average of five consecutive odd numbers is 45.

What is sum of first and last number?

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1. Quantity1: A retailer bought a scooter for 15000 and spent 1000 on repairs and sold it for 20000.What is the profit percentage?

Quantity2: The profit earned by selling an article 250. If the selling price of the article is 2500.

What is the percentage of profit?

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1. Quantity1: If a bus can travel a distance 50 km in half an hour, the distance will cover in 3 hrs 45 minutes will be?

Quantity 2: If a person travels equal distance in 12 km/hr, 14km/hr, 16km/hr. The total time travelled by him is 150 mins. Find the total distance travelled by him?

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1. Quantity 1: 3x­2 – 10x + 8 = 0 what is the value of X?

Quantity 2: 3y + 8y – 16 = 0, what is the value of Y?

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1. Quantity 1: What is the cost of fencing a circular field of area 346.5m at the rate of Rs.27.5 per meter?

Quantity 2: Two person A and B started a business invested 7000, 8000 respectively. A left after 9 month. If the total profit at the end of one year is 3100. What is the share of A?

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1. Quantity 1: A 450m long train crosses a 200m platform at the speed of 207kmph. What is the time taken by train to cross the tunnel?

Quantity 2: A train length of 250 m crosses the pole at the speed of 25sec. If another train B crosses the train A, which is 320m long from opposite direction at a speed of 25 m/sec. What is the time taken to cross each other?

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1. Quantity 1: 5 years ago, the ratio of suba and deepa was 8:5. 2 years hence, their age ratiowill be 5: 4. What is the present age of suba?

Quantity 2: The ratio of A and B after 5 years will be 8:3. 4 years hence, the ratio of A and B is

29:39. What is the present age A?

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1. Quantity 1: Average of first 10 odd numbers

Quantity 2: Average of first 10 prime numbers

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1. Quantity 1: A pipe can fill a tank in 7 hours, but due to a leakage it took 9 hours to fill the tank. If the tank is full, in what time will the tank become empty due to the leakage?

Quantity 2: There are 2 taps to fill a tank. One tap can fill tank in 6 hours and another tap can fill the tank in15 hours.

Both tap are opened alternatively and how long it will take to full the tank? (Approximately)

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1. Quantity 1: In pack of 52 cards, two cards are taken out. What is the probability that both are king cards?

Quantity 2: 2 dice are thrown. What is the probability of choosing sum of dice is divisible by 2?

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• Quantity I > Quantity II
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