Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 121

In an examination, a student scores 6 marks for every correct answer and loses 4 marks for every wrong answer. If he attempted 80 questions and obtained 310 marks, how many questions did he attempted correctly?

Question 122

The diameter of a wheel is 49 m. How many revolutions will it make to cover a distance of 3200 m?

Question 123

The average score of a cricketer in 18 matches was 56.5. If he made 101 runs and 123 runs in 19th and 20th match respectively. What is his new average score in all the twenty matches?

Question 124

Two types of rice (type 1 and type 2) were mixed in the respective ratio of 1 : 3. The mixture was then sold @ 75.60 per kg to gain a profit of 20%. If the price of type 1 rice is Rs. 75 per kg, what is the price of type 2 price per kg?

Question 125

Mr. Shahâ€™s monthly income is Rs. 54550. In an entire year, he spends 32% of his annual salaries on groceries, he spend 12% on repairs and 10% he pays to his servant. If half of the remaining amount he invests in fixed deposits, what is the amount invested by him in fixed deposits?

Question 126

Two pipes A and B can fill a tank in $$3\frac{\text{3}}{\text{7}}$$ hours when opened simultaneously. If B alone can take 2 hours less than A alone takes to fill the tank completely. How much time does A alone take to fill the tank?

Question 127

A man can row 10.2 km downstream in 18 minutes. If the speed of the stream is 3.5 km/h, how much time he would take to cover 121.5 km upstream? (in hours)

Question 128

The respective ratio of two numbers is 16 : 21. If the first number is increased by 30% and the second number is decreased by 20%, what will be the respective ratio of the first and the second number?

Question 129

A bag of fruits was distributed among 4 students P, Q, R and S. P took 3/8th of the fruits. Q took 1/5th of the remaining fruits and the remaining fruits were equally distributed among R and S. What fraction of fruits did R get?

Question 130

The present population of village P is 2.5 time the present population of village Q. If after a year the population of village Q is 16537 and has been increased at a rate of 15%. What is the present population of village P?

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