**301**

**Fresh fruit contains 68 % water and dry fruit contains 20 % water. How much dry fruit can be** **obtained from 100 kg of fresh fruits choose which one is correct?**

**A. 32 kg**

**B. 40 kg (Answer)**

**C. 52 kg**

**D. 80 kg**

**302**

**If the numerator of a fraction is increased by 140 % and the denominator is increased by 150 %** **the resultant fraction is 4/15 what is the original fraction choose which one is correct?**

**A. 3/5**

**B. 5/16**

**C. 2/9**

**D. None of these (Answer)**

**303**

**In measuring the sides of a rectangle errors of 5 % and 3 % in excess are made. The error** **percent in the calculated area is_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 8. 35 %**

**B. 7.15 %**

**C. 8.15 % (Answer)**

**D. 6. 25%**

**304**

**The price of petrol has increased by 25 %. By how much percent a car owner should reduce his** **consumption of petrol. So that expenditure on petrol would not be increased choose which one is correct?**

**A. 25 %**

**B. 30 %**

**C. 50 %**

**D. 20 % (Answer)**

**305**

**If the price of the eraser is reduced by 25% a person buys 2 more erasers for a rupee. How** **many erasers available for a rupee choose which one is correct?**

**A. 8**

**B. 6 (Answer)**

**C. 4**

**D. 2**

**306**

**In a school, 40 % of the students play football and 50 % play cricket. If 18 % of the students** **play neither football nor cricket, the percentage of students playing both is________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 40 %**

**B. 32 %**

**C. 22 %**

**D. 8 % (Answer)**

**307**

**Out of 100 students, 50 failed in English and 30 in Mathematics. If 12 students fail in both** **English and Mathematics. Then the number of students who passed in both the subjects** **is__________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 26**

**B. 28**

**C. 30**

**D. 32 (Answer)**

**308**

**A dishonest dealer claims to sell his goods at the cost price but uses a false weight of 900 gm** **for 1 kg what is his gain percent choose which one is correct?**

**A. 13 %**

**B. 11 1/9 % (Answer)**

**C. 11.25 %**

**D. 12 1/9 %**

**309**

**A bucket contains 2 litres more water when it is filled 80 % in comparison when it is filled 66** **2/4 % what is the capacity of the bucket choose which one is correct?**

**A. 10 litres**

**B. 15 litres (Answer)**

**C. 66 2/3 litres**

**D. 20 litres**

**310**

**A period of 4 hrs 30 min is what percent of a day**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 18 3/4 % (Answer)**

**B. 20 %**

**C. 16 3/4 %**

**D. 19 %**

**311**

**When a number is first increased by 10 % and then reduced by 10 % the number:__________**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. does not change**

**B. decreased by 1 % (Answer)**

**C. increased by 1 %**

**D. None of these**

**312**

**Two ****numbers are first increased by 10 % and then reduced by 10 %:__________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 2:5**

**B. 4:5 (Answer)**

**C. 6:7**

**D. 3:5**

**313**

**If the side of a square is increased by 25 %. Then its area is increased by:__________**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 25 %**

**B. 55%**

**C. 40.5 %**

**D. 56.25 % (Answer)**

**314**

**A typist uses a paper 30 cm by 15 cm. He leaves a margin of 2.5 cm at the top as well as at the** **bottom and 1.25 cm on either side. What percentage of paper area is approximately available** **for typing choose which one is correct?**

**A. 65 %**

**B. 70 % (Answer)**

**C. 80 %**

**D. 60%**

**315**

**The length of a rectangle is increased by 10 % and breadth decreased by 10 % Then the area of**** a new rectangle is:_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. neither increased ****or decreased**

**B. increased by 1 %**

**C. decreased by 1 % (Answer)**

**D. decreased by 10 %**

**316**

**10 decameters are equal to_______**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 1 Hectometers (Answer)**

**B. 2 Hectometers**

**C. 3 Hectometers**

**D. 4 Hectometers**

**317**

**If 17xy+7 =19xy ,then 4xy = **** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 2**

**B. 3**

**C. 1/2**

**D. 14 (Answer)**

**318**

**What is the ratio of Faheem’s salary to Imran’s salary to Naveed’s salary if Faheem makes** **80,000 rupees ,Imran 70,000 rupees and Naveed makes 50,000 rupees choose which one is correct?**

**A. 80:70:60**

**B. 8:7:5 (Answer)**

**C. 4:7:5**

**D. 7:8:5**

**319**

**Two numbers are in the ratio 5:4 and their difference is 10.What is the largest number**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 40**

**B. 50 (Answer)**

**C. 60**

**D. 30**

**320**

**1 yard =___________**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 3 feet (Answer)**

**B. 6 feet**

**C. 2.4 feet**

**D. 12 feet**

**321**

**A and B are two fixed points 5 cm apart and c is a point on AB such that AC = 3 cm. If the** **length of AC is increased by 6 % the length of CB is decreased by:_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 6 %**

**B. 7 %**

**C. 8 %**

**D. 9 % (Answer)**

**322**

**5 % of the income of A is equal to 15 % of the income of B and 10 % of the income of B is equal** **to 20 % of the income of c. If the income of C is Rs. 2000. What is the total income of A, B and** **C choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 14000**

**B. Rs 16000**

**C. Rs. 18000 (Answer)**

**D. Rs. 12400**

**323**

**A reduction of 20 % in the price of sugar enables a purchaser to obtain 3kg more for Rs. 120.** **The original price of sugar per kg is:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 15**

**B. Rs. 12**

**C. Rs. 10 (Answer)**

**D. Rs. 8**

**324**

**In 50 gm alloy of gold and silver the gold is 80 % by weight. How much gold should be mixed** **with this alloy so that the weight of gold would become 95 % choose which one is correct?**

**A. 200 gm**

**B. 150 gm (Answer)**

**C. 50 gm**

**D. 10 gm**

**325**

**The ratio of the number of boys and girls is 3:2 if 20 % of the boys and 30 % of the girls are** **scholarship holders then the percentage of students who do not get scholarship is_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 50**

**B. 72**

**C. 75**

**D. 76 (Answer)**

**326**

**Out of an earning of Rs. 720 Ram spends 65 %. How much does he save**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 350**

**B. Rs. 390**

**C. Rs. 252 (Answer)**

**D. Rs. 316**

**327**

**In an examination, 65 % of the total examinees passed if the number of failures is 420, the** **total number of examinees is:_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 500**

**B. 1200 (Answer)**

**C. 1000**

**D. 1625**

**328**

**Rs. 395 are divided among A, B and C ins such a manner that B gets 25 % more than A and 20** **% more than C. The share of A is:**

**A. Rs. 198**

**B. Rs. 120 (Answer)**

**C. Rs. 180**

**D. Rs. 195**

**329**

**605 sweets were distributed equally among children in such a way that the number of sweets** **received by each child is 20 % of the total number of children. How many sweets did each chil** **receive choose which one is correct?**

**A. 11 (Answer)**

**B. 24**

**C. 45**

**D. cannot be determined**

**330**

**Two numbers are less than q third number by 30 % and 37 % respectively. How much percent** **is the second number less than the first choose which one is correct?**

**A. 10 % (Answer)**

**B. 15 %**

**C. 20 %**

**D. 25 %**

**331**

**The length of a rectangle is increased by 60 %. By what percent would the width have to be** **decreased to maintain the same area choose which one is correct?**

**A. 37 ½ % (Answer)**

**B. 60 %**

**C. 75 %**

**D. none of these**

**332**

**If the side of a square is increased by 30 %. Its area is increased by:_________**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 9 %**

**B. 30 %**

**C. 60 %**

**D. 69 % (Answer)**

**333**

**The price of an article has been reduced by 25 %. In order to restore the original price, the new** **price must be increased by:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 33 1/3 % (Answer)**

**B. 11 1/9 %**

**C. 9 1/11 %**

**D. 66 2/3 %**

**334**

**p is six times as large as q. The percent that q is less than p is:________**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 83 1/3 (Answer)**

**B. 16 2/3**

**C. 90**

**D. 60**

**335**

**The population of a town increases 4 % annually but is decreased by emigration annually to** **the extent of (1/2) %. What will be the increase percent in three years choose which one is correct?**

**A. 9.8**

**B. 10**

**C. 10.5**

**D. 10.8 (Answer)**

**336**

**man’s basic pay for a 40 hour week is Rs. 20 overtime is paid for at 25 % above the basic** **rate, in a certain week he worked overtime and his total wage was Rs. 25. He therefore** **worked for a total of:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 45 hours**

**B. 47 hours**

**C. 48 hours (Answer)**

**D. 50 hours**

**337**

**On decreasing the price of T.V. sets by 30 % its sale is increased by 20 %. What is the effect on** **the revenue received by the shopkeeper choose which one is correct?**

**A. 10 % increase**

**B. 10 % decrease**

**C. 16 % increase**

**D. 16 % decrease (Answer)**

**338**

**Water tax is increased by 20% but its consumption is decreased by 20 %. Then, the increase or** **decrease in the expenditure of the money is:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. No change**

**B. 5 % decrease**

**C. 4 % increase**

**D. 4 % decrease (Answer)**

**339**

**The price of cooking oil has increased by 25 %. The percentage of reduction that a farming** **should effect in the use of cooking oil so as not to increase the expenditure on this account** **is________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 15 %**

**B. 20 % (Answer)**

**C. 25%**

**D. 30%**

**340**

**What will be 80 Percent of a number whose 200 percent is 90**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 144**

**B. 72**

**C. 36 (Answer)**

**D. none of these**\

**341**

**In an election between two candidates, the candidate who gets 30 % of the votes polled is** **defeated by 15000 votes. The number of votes polled by the winning candidate is:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 11250**

**B. 15000**

**C. 26250 (Answer)**

**D. 37500**

**342**

**In a college election, a candidate secured 62 % of the votes and is elected by a majority of 144** **votes. The total number of votes polled is:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 600 (Answer)**

**B. 800**

**C. 925**

**D. 1200**

**343**

**A student who secures 20 % marks in an examination fails by 30 marks. Another student who** **secures 32 % marks gets 42 marks more than those required to pass. The percentage of marks** **required to pass is:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 20%**

**B. 25 % (Answer)**

**C. 28%**

**D. 30%**

**344**

**5 % income of a is equal to 15 % income of B and 10 % income of B is equal to 20 % income of** **C if the income of c is Rs. 200, then total income of A, B and C is :_________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 6000**

**B. Rs. 18000 (Answer)**

**C. Rs. 20000**

**D. Rs. 14000**

**345**

**75 % of a number when added to 75 is equal to the number. The number is:_______**** choose which one is correct?**

**A. 150**

**B. 200**

**C. 225**

**D. 300 (Answer)**

**346**

**After spending 40 % in machinery, 25 % in the building, 15 % in raw material and 5 % on** **furniture, Haris had a balance of Rs. 1305. The money with him was:________ choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 6500**

**B. Rs. 7225**

**C. Rs. 8700 (Answer)**

**D. Rs. 1390**

**347**

**A man donated 5 % of his income to a charitable organization and deposited 20 % of the** **remainder in a bank. If he now has Rs. 1919 left, what is his income choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 2558. 60**

**B. Rs. 2525 (Answer)**

**C. Rs. 2500**

**D. Rs. 2300**

**348**

**Raees credits 15 % of his salary in this fixed deposit account and spends 30 % of the remaining** **amount on groceries if the cash in hand is Rs. 2380, what is his salary choose which one is correct?**

**A. Rs. 3500**

**B. Rs. 4000 (Answer)**

**C. Rs. 4500**

**D. Rs. 5000**

**349**

**The income of a broker remains unchanged though the rate of commission is increased from 4** **% to 5 % the percentage of a slump in business is_______ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 8 %**

**B. 1 %**

**C. 20 % (Answer)**

**D. 80 %**

**350**

**The Price of an article is cut by 10%. To restore it to the former value, the new price must be** **increased by_______ choose which one is correct?**

**A. 10 %**

**B. 9 1/11 %**

**C. 11 1/9 % (Answer)**

**D. 11%**