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Q1. If the radius of a right circular cylinder is decreased by 30% while its height is increased by 50% then the percentage change in its volume will be.
(a) 15.5% increase
(b) 16.5 decrease
(c) 12.25 decrease
(d) None of these
Q2. The number of student in a class is 175, out of which 40% are boys and rest are girls. The average score in mathematics of the boys is 75% more than that of the girls. If the average score of all the students is 117, then the average score of girls is:
Q3. Yogi spends 75% of his income. If his income increases by 19% and savings decreases by 23%, then what will be the percentage increase in his expenditure?
Q4. Yogi, Dev and Chiru contested an election. Out of the total votes on voter list 17% did not vote and 2% votes polled were invalid. Chiru got 4564 valid votes, which were 60% less than that of Dev. If Yogi got 28.22% of total votes who got second highest vote.
(d) Can’t determine
Q5. After three successive rise in salary 1 rupee turned into 1.860867 rupees. Find the 1 rupee value after first increment.
Q6. 0.16% of 140% of 16,000 is equal to __________.
Q7. 0.07% of 650% of 3500 is _________.
Q8. Two numbers are 85% and 70% lesser than a third number. By what % should the first number be increased so that it becomes equal to the second number?
Q9. When a number is increased by 78, it becomes 119.5% of itself. What is the number?
Q10. Two numbers are 40% and 80% lesser than a third number. By how much percent is the second number to be enhanced to make it equal to the ﬁrst number?
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