Quantitative Aptitude Percentage 1 Quantitative Aptitude – Percentage – Questions – 03 Please enter your email: 1. In an examination, A got 10% marks less than B, B got 25% marks more than C and C got 20% less than D. If A got 360 marks out of 500. The percentage of marks obtained by D was : 85% 75% 80% 70% 2. Raman’s salary was decreased by 50% and susequently increased by 50%. He has a loss of : 0.25% 25% 2.5% 0% 3. 5% of income of A is equal to 15% of income of B and 10% of income of B is eqaul to 20% of income of C. If income of C is Rs. 2000, then total income of A, B and C is : Rs. 18000 Rs. 6000 Rs. 20000 Rs. 14000 4. In an examination, 35% candidates failed in one subject and 42% failed in another subject while 15% failed in both subjects. If 2500 candidates appeared at the examination, how many passed in either subject but not in both ? 325 2125 1175 None of these 5. In a certain office, 72% of the workers prefer tea and 44% prefer coffee. If each of them prefers tea or coffee and 40 like both, the total number of workres in the office is : 320 240 200 250 6. There are 600 boys in a hostel. Each plays either hockey or football or both. If 75% play hockey and 45% play football, how many play both ? 48 60 80 120 7. If the numerator of a fracton be increased by 15% and its denomiantor be diminished by 8%, the value of the fraction is 15 / 16. The original fraction is : 3 / 7 3 / 4 2 / 3 3 / 5 8. In an examination, 35% of total students failed in Hindi, 45% failed in English and 20% in both. The percentage of these who passed in both the subjects is : 10% 20% 40% 30% 9. In an examination, 80% of the students passed in English, 85% in Methematics and 75% in both English and Mathematics. If 40 students failed in both the subjects, the total number of students is : 400 800 200 600 10. Arvind spends 75% of his income. His income is increased by 20% and he increased his expenditure by 10%. His savings are increased by : 37(1 / 2)% 10% 25% 50% Loading … Question 1 of 10 Previous PostDriving Theory Test 46 Next PostGeneral Knowledge 358