1. A trader buys two clocks for Rs.125 each. He sells one at a profit

of 10% and the other at 10% loss. What is his overall profit/ loss

percent?

1) 2% profit 2) 1% loss 3) No profit, no loss

4) Can't be determined 5) None of these

2. A certain number of two digits is three times the sum of its

digits. If 45 be added to it, the digits are reversed. What is that

number?

1) 72 2) 45 3) 27 4) 23 5) None of these

3. In an examination, a student has to secure 30% marks to pass. He

gets 78 marks and fails by 42 marks. Find the maximum marks in the

examination.

1) 500 2) 400 3) 1200 4) 800 5) 600

4. A man saves 20% of his monthly income. He has to increase his

monthly expenses by 15% on account of increase in prices. If he saves

Rs.750 per month, find his monthly income.

1) Rs.9,375 2) Rs.9,000

3) Rs.9,350 4) Rs.9,200 5) None of these

5. Population of a town increase 8% annually. If its present population

is 65000, what will be its population after two years?

1) 72926 2) 75186 3) 74840

4) 75816 5) None of these

Directions (Q.6-10): In each of the following questions, a number is

wrong. You have to identify that number.

6. 11 6 6 9 18 45

1) 6 2) 45 3) 9 4) 18 5) 11

7. 328 340 362 412 508 700

1) 362 2) 700 3) 412 4) 328 5) None of these

8. 3399 1131 375 125 39 11

1) 39 2) 11 3) 375 4) 125 5) 3399

9. 0.7 1.1 1.7 3.1 4.7 6.7

1) 6.7 2) 1.7 3) 3.1 4) 0.7 5) None of these

10. 7.2 32 156 776 3876 19276

1) 32 2) 156 3) 19276 4) 7.2 5) 776

Answers: 1-3; 2-3; 3-2; 4-1; 5-4; 6-5; 7-1; 8-4; 9-2; 10-3.