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## Some Example Arithmetic Questions for Competitive Exams

Directions (Q.1-2): Refer to the data below and answer the questions that follow.
Five heavyweight boxers measure their weights. Following results were obtained:
A. P is heavier than R by 14 kg.
B. B is lighter than S by 10 kg.
C. M’s weight is equal to the average weight of the four other boxers.
D. P’s weight and B’s weight taken together equals the weight of M and S together.
E. The average weight of all boxes is 104 kg.

1. What is the average of the weights of M and R?
A. 102 kg
B. 104 kg
C. 100 kg
D. 108 kg
E. None of these

2. What is the average of the weights of P, S and B?
A. 102.3 kg
B. 107.3 kg
C. 105.3 kg
D. 108.5 kg
E. 104.2 kg

3. The simple interest accrued on a sum of certain principal is Rs. 1200 in 4 yr at the rate of 8% p.a. What would be the simple interest accrued on thrice of that principal at the rate of 6% p.a. in 3 yr?
A. Rs. 2025
B. Rs. 3025
C. Rs. 2250
D. Rs. 2150
E. None of these

4. Anshu and Brawn have incomes in the ratio 5:3. The expenses of Anshu, Brawn and Chen are in the ratio 8:5:3. To find the income of Anshu, which of the following information(s) is/are sufficient?
A. Chen spends Rs. 2000
B. Brawn saves Rs. 700
C. Brawn spends Rs. 5000
A. Only A and B together are sufficient
B. Only B and C together are sufficient
C. A, B and C together are necessary
D. Either A and B together or C alone sufficient
E. Either A and B together or B and C together are sufficient

5. Prakash, Sunil and Anil started a business jointly investing Rs. 11 lakh, Rs. 16.5 lakh and Rs. 8.25 lakh, respectively. The profit earned by, them in the business at the end of three years was Rs. 19.5 lakh. What will be the 50% of Anil’s share in the profit?
A. Rs. 4.5 lakh
B. Rs. 2.25 lakh
C. Rs. 2.5 lakh
D. Rs. 3.75 lakh
E. None of the above

6. Karan starts a business by investing Rs. 60000. Six months later, Shirish joins him by investing Rs. 100000. At the end of 1 yr from commencement of the business, they earn a profit of Rs. 151800. What is the Shirish’s share in the profit?
A. Rs. 55200
B. Rs. 82800
C. Rs. 62500
D. Rs. 96600
E. None of these

7. 20, 40, 200, 400, 2000, 4000, ?
A. 200
B. 400
C. 20000
D. 40000
E. None of these

8. 7, 4, 5, 9, ?, 52.5, 160.5
A. 32
B. 16
C. 14
D. 20
E. None of these

9. A and B entered into a partnership, investing Rs. 16,000 and Rs. 12,000 respectively. After 3 months, ‘A’ withdrew Rs. 5000, while ‘B’ invested Rs. 5000 more. After 3 month more, C joins the business with a capital of Rs. 21,0000. After a year, they obtained a profit of Rs. 26,400. By what amount does the profit  of B exceed the share of C?
A. Rs. 3600
B. Rs. 3800
C. Rs. 4600
D.Rs. 4800
E. Rs. 5000

10. A, B and C start a business by investing Rs. 20,000 each. After 5 months A withdraws Rs. 5,000, B withdraws Rs. 4,000 and C invests Rs. 6,000 more. If at the end of year the profit was Rs. 69,900 then what will be B’s share?
A. Rs. 20,500
B. Rs. 21,200
C. Rs. 28,200
D. Rs. 19,621
E. Rs. 19000