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Percentage: Problem and Solution Part - 7
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Percentage CAT and other MBA entrance exam questions and their solution

Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Bharat Gupta
An engineer by degree Mathematician by Heart. Having 23 years of teaching experience. 10% discount code BHARAT_GUPTA

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Thank you Sir for the lesson.
If minimum no. of voters is taken 50 in the last question, then the minimum margin of absolute votes is 1. Kindly check Sir
Ritik
a year ago
iska ans sir n galat btaya hai.... margin 1 hoga
Mukesh Prajapati
6 months ago
bhai margin 2 hi aayga... agatlr tum 50 ko 100 percentage consider karte ho toh margin ko bhi toh double karna padega na....@vishesh gupta
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Sir last Q me apne x ki value jo ha vo 36 se kaise start ki
sir u are fabulous, and when is the unacdemy+ course starting?
sir try to solve the problems with out lengthy lines.get the solutions with some short cuts.which may be overed in 2 to 3 lines
first question can also be done by taking budget as rs100. right?
Neha Jaiswal
2 months ago
yes
  1. Percentage Problem Er. Bharat Gupta Having 20 years of teaching experience. Authored several books published by Pearson, Vikas, Unique publication etc Any query or suggestion, share your comments.


  2. A person who has a certain amount with him goes to market. He can buy 50 oranges or 40 mango. He retains 10 % of the amount for taxi fares and buys 20 mangos and of the balance, he purchases oranges. Number of oranges he can purchases is a. 36 CAT Exam 1995] b. 40 c. 15 d. 20


  3. A person who has a certain amount with him goes to market. He can buy 50 oranges or 40 mango. He retains 10 % of the amount for taxi fares and buys 20 mangos and of the balance, he purchases oranges. Number of oranges he can purchases is a. 36 [CAT Exam 1995] b. 40 C. 15 d. 20 Osa MS C aM


  4. The rate of increase of the price of sugar is observed to be two percent more than the inflation rate expressed in percentage. The price of sugar, on January 1, 1994 is 20 per kg. The inflation rates of the years 1994 and 1995 are expected to be 8 % each. The expected price of sugar price on January 1, 1996 would be: a. 23.6 CAT Exam 1993] b. 24.00 c. 24.20 d. 24.60


  5. The rate of increase of the price of sugar is observed to be two percent more than the inflation rate expressed in percentage. The price of sugar, on January 1, 1994 is 20 per kg. The inflation rates of the years 1994 and 1995 are expected to be 8 % each. The expected price of sugar price on January 1, 1996 would be: a. 23.6 [CAT Exam- 1993] b. 24.00 c. 24.20 d. 24.60 Nauw 20 P


  6. In a park there are initially n trees. The gardener planted x96 trees then after a year cut y% trees, then there were finally n trees remains in the park, the value of x-y is a. xy ry 100 b. C. d, none of these


  7. In a park there are initially n trees. The gardener planted x96 trees then after a year cut y% trees, then there were finally n trees remains in the park, the value of x-y is: a. xy d. none of these 100 U0 OR


  8. In a park there are initially n trees. The gardener planted x96 trees then after a year cut y% trees, then there were finally n trees remains in the park, the value of x -y is b. C. d. none of these a. xy 100


  9. The amount of the work in a factory is increased by 50%. By what % is it necessary to decrease the number of workers to complete the new amount of work in time, if the productivity of the new abour is 25% more. a. 60% 2 b. 665% c. 33 % d. 40% 3 3


  10. The amount of the work in a factory is increased by 50%. By what % is it necessary to decrease the number of workers to complete the new amount of work in time, if the productivity of the new labour is 25% more a. 60% 2 b.665 % C. 33 % d. 40% 3 Sol noe wox MaaMD required So so more worn Mo wMYe e red 4o