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Quant Quiz 6 December: Caselet DI

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Question 1

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There are three persons A, B and C and each of them sold different number of shirts and trousers. The total number of trousers and shirts sold by all A, B and C is 852. The ratio of number of trousers sold by A to that by B is 7 : 4. The number of trousers sold by A is 40% more than the number of shirts by him. The ratio of the number of shirts and trousers sold by C is 8 : 9. The number of trousers sold by B is 96. The number of shirts sold by C is 32 more than that by B.

Number of trousers sold by A is what percentage of the number of shirts sold by C

Question 2

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There are three persons A, B and C and each of them sold different number of shirts and trousers. The total number of trousers and shirts sold by all A, B and C is 852. The ratio of number of trousers sold by A to that by B is 7 : 4. The number of trousers sold by A is 40% more than the number of shirts by him. The ratio of the number of shirts and trousers sold by C is 8 : 9. The number of trousers sold by B is 96. The number of shirts sold by C is 32 more than that by B.

Find the total number of shirts and trousers sold by B

Question 3

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There are three persons A, B and C and each of them sold different number of shirts and trousers. The total number of trousers and shirts sold by all A, B and C is 852. The ratio of number of trousers sold by A to that by B is 7 : 4. The number of trousers sold by A is 40% more than the number of shirts by him. The ratio of the number of shirts and trousers sold by C is 8 : 9. The number of trousers sold by B is 96. The number of shirts sold by C is 32 more than that by B.

D is another person who sold shirts and blazers. The number of shirts sold by D is equal to the average number of trousers sold by A, B and C. The number of blazers sold by D is 35% less than the number of shirts sold by C. Find the difference between the number of shirts and blazers sold by D.

Question 4

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There are three persons A, B and C and each of them sold different number of shirts and trousers. The total number of trousers and shirts sold by all A, B and C is 852. The ratio of number of trousers sold by A to that by B is 7 : 4. The number of trousers sold by A is 40% more than the number of shirts by him. The ratio of the number of shirts and trousers sold by C is 8 : 9. The number of trousers sold by B is 96. The number of shirts sold by C is 32 more than that by B.

By what percentage the average number of shirts sold by A, B and C is more than the number of shirts sold by B?

Question 5

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There are three persons A, B and C and each of them sold different number of shirts and trousers. The total number of trousers and shirts sold by all A, B and C is 852. The ratio of number of trousers sold by A to that by B is 7 : 4. The number of trousers sold by A is 40% more than the number of shirts by him. The ratio of the number of shirts and trousers sold by C is 8 : 9. The number of trousers sold by B is 96. The number of shirts sold by C is 32 more than that by B.

A sold two types of trousers, i.e. type-X and type-Y in the ratio of 5 : 2 respectively. If the profit made by A on each type-Y trousers is Rs. 90, find the profit obtained by A by selling all the type-Y trousers.
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