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Question 1 of 5
1. Question
The salary of Amit is 30% more than that of Varun. Find by what percentage is the salary of Vrun less than that of Amit?
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Solution: b)
100 ® 130 ® 100 (A®B®A )
\Answer = 30/130 = 23.07%
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Solution: b)
100 ® 130 ® 100 (A®B®A )
\Answer = 30/130 = 23.07%

Question 2 of 5
2. Question
The price of sugar is reduced by 25% but inspite of the decrease, Aayush ends up increasing his expenditure on sugar by 20%. What is the percentage change in his monthly consumption of sugar?
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Solution: a)
We have assumed initial expenditure to be 100. Then the final expenditure is 120. The percentage change in consumption can be n to be 45/75 x 100= 60%
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Solution: a)
We have assumed initial expenditure to be 100. Then the final expenditure is 120. The percentage change in consumption can be n to be 45/75 x 100= 60%

Question 3 of 5
3. Question
The price of rice falls by 20%. How much rice can be bought now with the money that was sufficient to buy 20 kg of rice previously?
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Solution: d)
f the price of rice has fallen by 20% the quantity would be increased by 25% (if we keep the expenditure constant.)
This means that 20 kgs would increase by 25% to 25kgs.
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Solution: d)
f the price of rice has fallen by 20% the quantity would be increased by 25% (if we keep the expenditure constant.)
This means that 20 kgs would increase by 25% to 25kgs.

Question 4 of 5
4. Question
30% of a number when subtracted from 91, gives the number itself. Find the number.
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Solution: c)
91 – 0.3N = N ® 1.3 N= 91 ® N = 70.
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Solution: c)
91 – 0.3N = N ® 1.3 N= 91 ® N = 70.

Question 5 of 5
5. Question
When 60% of a number A is added to another number B, B becomes 175% of its previous value. Then which of the following is true regarding the values of A and B?
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Solution: d)
B+ 60% of A = 175% of B ® 60% of A = 75% of B.
0.6A = 0.75B
A/B = 5/4
Apparently it seems that A is bigger, but if you consider A and B to be negative the opposite would be true.
Hence, option (d) is correct
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Solution: d)
B+ 60% of A = 175% of B ® 60% of A = 75% of B.
0.6A = 0.75B
A/B = 5/4
Apparently it seems that A is bigger, but if you consider A and B to be negative the opposite would be true.
Hence, option (d) is correct