**1. Out of the first 75 natural numbers, what percentage of them have 7 either in the units place or the tens place?**

A.) 18.33%

B.) 17.33%

C.) 16.33%

D.) 13.33%

**2. The population of a town was 1,00,000 three years ago. If increased by 2%, 3% and 5% respectively in the last three years, then the present population of town is**

A.) 1,11,111

B.) 1,10,101

C.) 1,10,313

D.) 1,11,125

**3. In an election, the winning candidate got 58% of the valid votes. If he got 1600 votes more than the other candidate and 100 votes were invalid, find the number of votes cast.**

A.) 13500

B.) 15150

C.) 10109

D.) 10100

**4. Ganesh scored 93% in his exams. If he scored 84 marks less than the maximum marks. Find the maximum marks**

A.) 1000

B.) 1200

C.) 1400

D.) 1500

**5. Two students appeared at an examination. One of them secured 9 marks more than the other and his marks was 56% of the sum of their marks. The marks obtained by them are:**

A.) 39, 33

B.) 41, 33

C.) 42, 33

D.) 43, 33

**6. Let N be the greatest number that will divide 1305, 4665 and 6905, leaving the same remainder in each case. Then sum of the digits in N is:**

A.) 5

B.) 6

C.) 7

D.) 4

**7. Six bells commence tolling together and toll at intervals of 2, 4, 6, 8 10 and 12 seconds respectively. In 30 minutes, how many times do they toll together?**

A.) 4

B.) 8

C.) 12

D.) 16

**8. Find the greatest number that will divide 43, 91 and 183 so as to leave the same remainder in each case.**

A.) 4

B.) 7

C.) 9

D.) 13

**9. 7000 bricks were purchased for Rs.5740. The cost of transportation of these bricks to construction sight was Rs.805. What was the overall cost per thousand bricks?**

A.) Rs.935

B.) Rs.6545

C.) Rs.812.50

D.) Rs. 654.50

**10. Chamanlal purchased 20 dozen note books @ Rs.48 per dozen. He sold 8 dozen at 10% profit and the remaining12 dozens with 20% profit. What is the profit percentage in this transaction?**

A.) 15

B.) 7.68

C.) 16

D.) 19.2

**11. A ball pen factory decided to reduce its production by 10% over that of previous month for next 3 months starting from February 1999. In January 1999, it produced 3000 ball pens. How many ball pens were produced in March1999?**

A.) 2700

B.) 2430

C.) 2187

D.) 2400

**12. A customer purchased an office bag with a price tag of Rs.600 in a sale where 25% discount was being offered on the tag price. The customer was given a further discount of 10% on the amount arrived at after giving usual 25% discount. What was the final amount paid by the customer?**

A.) Rs.390

B.) Rs.405

C.) Rs.540

D.) Rs.565

**13. A fruit seller buys lemons at 2 for a rupee and sells them at 5 for three rupees. His gain per cent is**

A.) 5%

B.) 9%

C.) 16%

D.) 25%

**14. Rs.4800/- are divided among P,Q and R in such a way that the share of P is 5/11 of the combined share of Q and R. Thus, P gets:?**

A.) Rs.300/-

B.) Rs.3300/-

C.) Rs.1800/-

D.) Rs.1500/-

**15. Rs.4800/- are divided among P,Q and R in such a way that the share of P is 5/11 of the combined share of Q and R. The share of Q is 3/13 of the combined share of R and P. Thus, R gets:?**

A.) Rs.300/-

B.) Rs.3300/-

C.) Rs.1500/-

D.) Rs.2400/-

**16. Two vessels of equal volumes contains milk and water mixed in the ratio 1:2,2:3. When These mixtures are mixed to form a new mixture, what is the ratio of milk and water?**

A.) 11:19

B.) 19:11

C.) 2:5

D.) None of these

**17. What would be the compound interest on Rs.7700/- at 15 ¼% per annum for 2 years compounded annually**

A.) Rs.2725.75/-

B.) Rs.2527.57/-

C.) Rs.2227.57/-

D.) Rs.2520.57/-

**18. Certain sum becomes 3 times it self at compound interest in 10 years. In how many years it becomes 9 times?**

A.) 25 years

B.) 27 years

C.) 30 years

D.) 20 years

**19. Simple interest on a certain sum 16/25 of the sum. if both the rate of interest and time are same. then what is the rate of interest?**

A.) 12%

B.) 10%

C.) 8%

D.) 13%

**20. The integers 32489 and 33714, when divided by a three digit number “n”, leave the same remainder. What is the value of “n”?**

A.) 225

B.) 215

C.) 245

D.) 235