Instructions

In the following questions two equations numbered I and II are given. You have to solve both the equations and

Give answer a: if x >y

Give answer b: if x ≥ y

Give answer c: if x < y

Give answer d: if x ≤ y

Give answer e: if x = y or the relationship between x and y cannot be established.

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 142

The respective ratio between the monthly salaries of Rene and Som is 5 : 3. Out of her monthly salary Rene gives $${1 \over 6}$$th as rent, $${1 \over 5}$$th to her mother, 30% as her education loan and keeps 25% aside for miscellaneous expenditure. Remaining Rs. 5000 she keeps as savings. What is Som’s monthly salary?

Instructions

Refer to the graph given below and answer the given questions :

Question 143

What is the respective ratio of total number of calories burned by A and B together on Wednesday and that by the same individuals together on Tuesday?

Question 144

If the number of calories burned by A and B increased by 10% and 20% respectively from Friday to Saturday, what was the total number of calories burned by them together on Saturday?

Question 145

What is the total number of calories burned by A on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday together?

Question 146

If the average number of calories burned by B on Thursday, Friday and Saturday together is 125, what will be the number of calories burned by B on Saturday?

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 148

A project requires 12 women to complete it in 16 days. 12 women started working and after a few days from the start of the project, 4 women left. If the remaining project was completed in 18 days, in how many days the whole project was completed?

Instructions

Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions.

This data is regarding number of Junior Coliege students, Graduate students and Post-Graduate students (PG) only, studying in colleges A, B, C and D.

The respective ratio between the total number of students studying in the Colleges A, B, C and D is 3 : 5 : 2 : 5. In College A, 40% of the total number of students are Junior College students. Out of the remaining, the respective ratio between the number of Graduate students and number of PG students is 5 : 4.

In College B, $${2 \over 5}$$th of the total number of students are Junior College students. Out of the remaining, the respective ratio between the number of Graduate students and number of PG students is 5 : 3.

In College C, 50% of the total number of students are Junior College students. Out of the remaining,

$${5 \over 8}$$th are Graduate students and the remaining are PG students.In College D, 35% of the total number of students are Graduate students,$$ {8 \over {13}}$$th of the remaining students are Junior College students and the rest 1500 are PG students.

Question 149

What is the respective ratio between the total number of graduate students in College A and the total number of Graduate students in College B?

Question 150

What is the difference between the total number of PG students in College A and B together and that in College C and D together?