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**Ravi’s salary , wgich is more than Rs.10,000, is 80% of Divya’s salary. Jai’s salary is 80% of Ravi’s salary.**

**Quantity 1: Jai’s salary**

**Quantity 2: Ravi’s salary**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

Divya > Ravi > Jai**The percentage profit earned by selling an article for Rs.1920 is equal to the percentage loss incurred by selling the same article for Rs.1280.**

**Quantity 1: Selling price of the article with 10% discount and 10% profit**

**Quantity 2: Selling price of the article with 20% profit**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

Let CP is x.

Then (1920-x)/x*100= (x-1280)/x*100

On solving x=1600

Q1:1600*90*110/100*100 = 1584

Q2: Selling Price = 1600*120/100= Rs. 1920**A started a business investing Rs. 45000 . After 3 months B joined with a capital of Rs. 60000 and and A left after 3 months and B left after another 3 months. After another 6 months, C joined them with a capital of Rs. 90000 and A invested Rs.15,000. At the end of the year, they made a profit of Rs. 16500.**

Quantity 1: Sum of A’s share and A’s initial amount

**Quantity 2: Sum of B’s share and C’s investment amount**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

A:B:C = 45000*6+15000*3:60000*6:90000*3

45*6+15*3 : 60*6 : 90*3 = 315:360:270

63:72:54 => 21:24:18: 7:8:6

Q1:16500*7/21 = 5500+45000 = 50,500

Q2: 16500*8/21 = 6285+60,000 = 66, 285**Ages of A and B are in the ratio 1 : 2 and that of B and C are in the ratio of 3 : 4. Also 2 years hence the average of their ages was 14 years.**

**Quantity 1: Present Age of C**

**Quantity 2: Age of B after 4 years**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be established**

**Explanation :**

A/B = 1/2, B/C = 3/4

A : B : C = 3 : 6 : 8

Their total ages 3x+6x+8x = 17x

2 yrs hence, sum of their ages = 17x +(2+2+2) = 17x + 8

So (17x+6)/3 = 14

17x+6 = 42

X = 2.1 = 2

A:B:C => 6:12:16**The average marks of M, N and O are 428. The total marks of N and O is 854 and sum of marks of O and M is 914.**

**Quantity 1: The marks of M**

**Quantity 2: The marks of O**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

Total M+N+O=> 1284

N+O = 854

M = 1284 – 854 = 430

N = 1284-914= 370

O = 854-370 = 484**Two pipes P and Q can fill the tank in 4 and 2 mins respectively.Both the pipes are opened simultaneously. The bucket is filed in 1 mins**

**Quantity 1: If B is turned off after how many minutes**

**Quantity 2: If A is turned off after how many minutes**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

If B

1/4 +x/2 = 1

1+2x=4

X = 3/2 min = 1.5

If A

x/4+ 1/2 = 1

x+2 =4

x = 2 min**Speed of Van and Car in the ratio 5:4.**

**Quantity 1: what is the speed of A if B cover the distance of 10km in 1 hrs**

**Quantity 2: what is the speed of B if A cover the distance of 15km in 1 hrs**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

Q 1 = 5*10/4 = 12.5

Q2 = 4*15/5 = 12**The difference between SI and CI(Annual Compounding) for a period of 2 years given. What is the rate of Interest ?**

**Quantity 1: If difference is 5 and Principal is Rs.20,000**

**Quantity 2: If difference is 7 Principal is Rs.17,000**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

R = 100 * √d/P

Q1 = 100 * √5/2000 = 1.58 %

Q2= 100 * √7/17000 = 2.029 %**Quantity 1: If the speed of the boat in the direction of current is 13 km/hr and the speed of the current is 4 km/hr. What is the speed of the boat against current**

**Quantity 2: The downstream speed and upstream speed of the boat is 13km/hr and 3 km/hr respectively. What is the speed of the stream**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be established**

**Explanation :**

Q 1= 13-4-4 = 5 kmph

Q2 = 13-3/2 = 5 km/hr**If X is earning 40% more than Z and Y is earning 35% more than Z**

**Quantity 1: If Z earning Rs.17500, then X is earning**

**Quantity 2: If Z earning Rs.20000, then Y is earning**

1.Quantity 1 >Quantity 2

2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2

3.Quantity 1 ≤Quantity 2

4.Quantity 1 ≥Quantity 2

5.Quantity 1 =Quantity 2 or No relation can be establishedAnswer –**2.Quantity 1 <Quantity 2**

**Explanation :**

X = 100+40/100 * 17500 =24500

Y = 100+35/100 * 20000 = 27000

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