MCQs: What is increasing order of the fractions 14/17, 10/12, 6/7, 18/22?
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MCQs: In 3 fractions when the largest fraction is divided by smallest fraction, the result 5/4 is greater than the middle fraction by 1/2. If sum of the three fractions is 2(3/12) what will be the difference between largest and smallest fraction?
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MCQs: What least number when divided by 20, 48 and 36 leaves the remainders 13, 41 and 29, respectively?
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MCQs: What least number should be multiplied with 384 to make it a perfect square?
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MCQs: What is value of (13.8 x 1.9 ÷ 5.7 + 11.2 of (1/16)  (1/20))?
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MCQs: How much would be (nm)/(n+m) , if 2.5m = 0.035n?
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MCQs: A box has 6 black, 4 red, 2 white and 3 blue shirts. What is the probability that 2 red shirts and 1 blue shirt get chosen during a random selection of 3 shirts from the box?
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MCQs: Rice and wheat are in a mixture in the ratio 5:3. If 16 kg wheat is added to this mixture, the ratio of rice to wheat changes to 5:7. How much wheat is in new mixture?
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MCQs: M, N and P invest equally in a business. M leaves after 8 months whereas N leaves after just 5 months. Only P remains for a year. What will be ratio of profits of M, N and P respectively, if M invests Rs. 216,800?
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MCQs: Q invested 25% less than what R invested. Also P invested 20% more than what Q invested. What is investment of R if total investment done was Rs. 3710?
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MCQs: Guddi buys some oranges in a shop at 4 per rupee. She goes to other shop and buys same number of oranges at 5 per rupee. She then combines them in a basket and sells them at 4 per rupee. Will she get a profit or loss? And how much?
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MCQs: Suman buys 160 chocolates for Rs. 480. She wanted to earn 30% profit by selling them. But Rakesh visited her and she gave him 25% of those chocolates at the cost price itself. But even after doing this, she earned a profit of 30% as decided. For how much did she sell each chocolate?
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MCQs: A bank has 6 digit account number with no repetition of digits within a account number. The first and last digit of the account numbers is fixed to be 4 and 7. How many such account numbers are possible?
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MCQs: A, B, C and D invest in a business in the ratio 3:6:2:5 respectively. But the capital was utilized in the proportion 5:3:2:6 respectively. What is share of C out of a profit of Rs. 33500?
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MCQs: Ramesh was getting two offers on a book having marked price Rs. 800. Either two successive discounts of 20% each or two successive discounts of 30% and 10%. If Ramesh chose the better scheme, how much more he must have saved compared to other scheme?
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MCQs: P, Q and R are in a cycle race of 4500 meters. P cycles twice as fast as Q. R cycles 1/3rd as fast as Q. R completes the race in 45 minutes. Then where was Q from the finishing line when P finished the race?
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MCQs: In Daya’s bag there are 3 books of History, 4 books of Science and 2 books of Maths. In how many ways can Daya arrange the books so that all the books of same subject are together?
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MCQs: Ramesh’s salary was reduced by 10% and then the reduced salary was increased by 10%. What was his ultimate loss?
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MCQs: The price of cooking oil has increased by 25%. By what percent should a family reduce the consumption of cooking oil so as not to increase the expenditure in this account?
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MCQs: In a library, the ratio of number of story books to that of nonstory books was 4:3 and total number of story books was 1248. When some more story books were bought, the ratio became 5:3. Find the number of story books bought.
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