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Q(1-5) In the following questions two equations numbered I & II are given. You have to solve both equations and mark one of the option given below.

**5555.1* 11.01 + 444*11.01*11.01 â€“ 6666.1*11.01 – 333*121 + 2222*11.01 = ?**A. 21562

B. 23765

C. 24562

D. 25652

E. None

Answer –**D. 25652**

**Explanation :**

121*(505+444-606- 333+202) = 25652**38.85*24.1+(33/16) – (50/32) +0.5 -(2/7) – (2.09*3.34) = ?**

A. 936

B. 935

C. 934

D. 930

E. NoneAnswer –**D. 930**

**Explanation :**

936+2-1.5+0.5 â€“ 7 = 930**(2196) 1/3 + (344) 1/3 + v80 = (?)Â² – 500**

A. 21

B. 23

C. 26

D. 27

E. NoneAnswer –**B. 23Â**

**Explanation :**

500+29 = 529

? = 23**159.99% of 1798.99 + 14.25% of 281 â€“ 119.99% of 1399.98 = (?)Â² + 15**

A. 30

B. 35

C. 40

D. 45

E. NoneAnswer –**B. 35**

**Explanation :**

160% of 1800+ 40- 120% of 1400 -15 = ?**Â²**

? = 35**(âˆš54656 Ã· âˆš13664) * 589 = (?* 3.001) Ã· 0.5**

A. 184

B. 186

C. 190

D. 196

E. NoneAnswer –**D. 196**

**Explanation :**

2*588*0.5/3 = ?

? =196**Shopkeeper A bought a 10 chocolate packs having 9 chocolates in each pack at the rate Rs.1.5 per chocolate. Shopkeeper B bought 11 chocolate packs having 8 chocolates in each pack at the rate of Rs. 2 per chocolate. Shopkeeper A made 20% profit by selling all chocolates. Shopkeeper B is chocoholic he ate some chocolates and sold rest of the he chocolates at the same Selling Price as of A. Then how many chocolates did shopkeeper B eat?**

A. 5

B. 6

C. 7

D. 8

E. NoneAnswer –**A. 1 Km**

**Explanation :**

Shop A

10*9*1.5 = 135

135*120/100 =162

Shop B

11*8*2 = 176

162= 176-2x

x =7**In the year 2015 in VIT University the ratio of ECE, EEE and CSE are in the ratio of 6:7:8. In the year 2016 seats were increased by X%, Y% and Z% respectively in the above branches. By this the number of seats in each branch became equal. Then which of the following combination is true?**

A. X = 40 Y = 15 Z = 10

B. X = 35 Y = 20 Z = 10

C. X = 40 Y = 25 Z = 5

D. X = 40 Y = 20 Z = 5

E. NoneAnswer –**C. 24 Months**

**Explanation :**

6*140/100 = 7*120/100 = 8*105/100**A box contains 5 Green 3 Red 4 Black balls. If two balls are drawn at random then what is the probability that there is atleast one Red?**

A. 31/66

B. 13/22

C. 5/11

D. 9/11

E. NoneAnswer –**C. 5/11**

**Explanation :**

(3c 1 * 9c 1 + 3c 2 )/12c 2 =5/11**What is the original ratio?**

**I. 11 is added to numerator and denominator**

**II. New Ratio of numerator to denominator is 23:33**

A. The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement II are not sufficient to answer the question

B. The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement I are not sufficient to answer the question

C. The data either in Statement I alone or Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question

D. The data given in Both Statements I & II are not sufficient to answer the question

E. The data given in both statements I & II together are necessary to answer the questionAnswer –**D. The data given in Both Statements I & II are not sufficient to answer the question**

**Explanation :**

x+11/y+11 = 22/33**What is the total number of Boys and School in the year 2017?**

**I. In the year 2016 ratio of Boys to Girls is 3:2**

**II. In the year 2017, they increased by 20% and 15% respectively**

A. The data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement II are not sufficient to answer the question

B. The data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while data in statement I are not sufficient to answer the question

C. The data either in Statement I alone or Statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question

D. The data given in Both Statements I & II are not sufficient to answer the question

E. The data given in both statements I & II together are necessary to answer the questionAnswer –**D. The data given in Both Statements I & II are not sufficient to answer the question**

**Explanation :**

Based on above two statements total cannot be calculated

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