Aptitude Percentage Test Paper 416) Passing marks in an examination are 40%. If a candidate gets 65 marks and fails by 15 marks, the maximum marks in the examination are
Correct answer; option (A) Explanation: Let maximum marks are x. Then, passing marks would be = 40 % x As per question;x = 65 + 15 Solution 2: Apply formula; m = y = 65, z = 15, x = 40 ∴ m = 17) Ram spends 70% of his salary and deposits 15 % of his salary in the bank. If he is left with Rs. 1500, what is his monthly salary?
Correct answer; option (C) Explanation: Let salary of Ram is Rs. x As per question; x  (70 % of x + 15 % of x) = 1500 x  85% of x = 1500 15% of x = 1500 18) If A's income is 12 % more than B's income, B's income is how much less than A's income?
Correct answer; option (B) Explanation: Apply formula; r = 12 % 19) On increasing the price of tickets for a show by 20 % the audience decreases by 30%. What is the effect on revenue?
Correct answer; option (B) Explanation: Apply formula: Effect on revenue = percent increase  percent decrease  = 20  30  =  10  = 10  6 =  16 % '' sign shows decrease in revenue. 20) If the price of sugar increases by 10%, by what percentage a housewife should reduce the consumption of sugar so that expense is not increased?
Correct answer; option (C) Explanation: Apply formula:= x = 10% Percentage decrease in consumption = Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 1 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 2 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 3 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 4 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 5 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 6 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 7 Percentage Aptitude Test Paper 8 Percentage Concepts
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