Advanced level Quant for Banking Exams.

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Two cans contains mixtures of milk and water. The first can contains 73% water while the second can contains 41% water. The contents of the two cans are mixed in ratio 3:5. What is the percentage of milk In new mixture?

64.25%
22%
47%
53%
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Pipe P can fill tank in thrice the time in which pipe Q can full the same tank. If both the pipes work simultaneously, it takes 3 hours to fill the empty tank. In how many hours can P alone fill the tank?

4 hours
6 hours
9 hours
12 hours
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There are five shop owners A, B, C, D and E. They are selling five different items given in the table.
In the table, Discount (as a percentage) is given on mark price of these five products by different sellers. Study the table and answer the following questions:


http://imgur.com/oRV9omJ


Note:

1. Some values are missing. You have to calculate these values as per data given in the questions.

2. Mark price of a particular item is same for all of the shop owners. 


Q5. Cost price of item III is 60 Rs. for all of the sellers and all of them marked the same product at 66(2/3)% higher than the cost price, then to get a total profit of 80 Rs. by all of the five sellers after selling item III, what is the minimum discount should be provided by seller E on item III.

21%
19%
17%
25%
None of these
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There are five shop owners A, B, C, D and E. They are selling five different items given in the table.


In the table, Discount (as a percentage) is given on mark price of these five products by different sellers. Study the table and answer the following questions:


http://imgur.com/oRV9omJ


Note:

1. Some values are missing. You have to calculate these values as per data given in the questions.

2. Mark price of a particular item is same for all of the shop owners. 


Q4. If the selling price of item I and item III by seller E are in the ratio of 5 : 6. If the seller earned a profit of 25% which is Rs. 750 on item I and 20% on item III then find the total profit (in Rs.) by selling item I and item III together by the same seller ? 

750
2000
1750
1250
1500
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There are five shop owners A, B, C, D and E. They are selling five different items given in the table.


In the table, Discount (as a percentage) is given on mark price of these five products by different sellers. Study the table and answer the following questions:


http://imgur.com/oRV9omJ


Note:

1. Some values are missing. You have to calculate these values as per data given in the questions.

2. Mark price of a particular item is same for all of the shop owners. 


Q3. Average SP of item II by seller A and B is Rs 3888, by seller B and C is Rs 4320. Find the SP (in Rs.) of item II by seller C.

4536
3656
5430
4150
None of the above
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There are five shop owners A, B, C, D and E. They are selling five different items given in the table.


In the table, Discount (as a percentage) is given on mark price of these five products by different sellers. Study the table and answer the following questions:


http://imgur.com/oRV9omJ


Note:

1. Some values are missing. You have to calculate these values as per data given in the questions.

2. Mark price of a particular item is same for all of the shop owners.


Q2.For seller D, difference between the selling price of item II and that of item III is 420 Rs. if the sum of the mark price of item II and item III by the same seller is 6000 then the Mark price (in Rs.) of item II is what percent more/less than that of item III by the same seller ? (Selling price of item II is greater than that of item III)

50%
40%
30%
35%
45%
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There are five shop owners A, B, C, D and E. They are selling five different items given in the table.

In the table, Discount (as a percentage) is given on mark price of these five products by different sellers. Study the table and answer the following questions:

http://imgur.com/oRV9omJ

Note:

1. Some values are missing. You have to calculate these values as per data given in the questions.

2. Mark price of a particular item is same for all of the shop owners.


Q1.If the profit percentage of seller A after selling item II is s% and that of seller C for the same item is (2s - 4)% and the ratio of cost price of item II by seller A and seller C is 17 : 21 then find the value of s ?

2
3
4
5
None of the above
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@raj.kundeti you are posting good quality of questions kudos to ur efforts but felt it is incomplete without explanation..... So if possible pls provide explanation of all the questions posted here on this thread whether it's u or any other person who knows the solution so that we all cn get benefit....thnku

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Sure. I try to post solutions for those problems that I can solve.

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Quantity I: Value of ‘a ’ if ‘s’ is an acute angle and PR ∥ QT.

Quantity II: 25°


http://imgur.com/IsEMeUk

Quantity I > Quantity II
Quantity I < Quantity II
Quantity I ≥ Quantity II
Quantity I ≤ Quantity II
Quantity I = Quantity II or No relation
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Study the data given below and answer the following questions. The pie charts shown below shows the distance covered by a boat moving upstream and downstream in different days of a week. And the table shows the speed of stream in km/hr. in different days of a week.

http://imgur.com/qwxReop 


Q5. If the time taken by boat to travel upstream on Sunday is 2 hours more than the time taken by it to travel downstream on Thursday and the speed of boat in still water on Thursday is 17 kmph, then find the upstream speed of boat on Sunday ?

27 kmph
22 kmph
20 kmph
25 kmph
None of these.
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