Attention: Lectures are being added and more lectures will be added up to 31st December 2017
Welcome to this course Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations (Part I)
This course would enable aspirants to approach Quantitative Aptitude paper confidently for competitive examinations like Bank Probationary Officers Exam, State Bank of India Probationary Officers Exam, IBPS Exams, RBI, MBA, MAT, CAT, IGNOU, Hotel Management, SI of Police, CBI, Railway Recruitment, etc.
This course will cover practical problems on topics covering
•Profit & Loss
•Stocks & Shares
•Time & Distance
•Volume & Surface Areas
Each and every problems are discussed with suitable explanation.
This course has been structured in self paced learning style.
Good internet connection with PC / Laptop / Mobile / Tablet with headset would make learning experience a memorable one. Students are advised to simultaneously work out the problems discussed in the course along with instructor as practice only would make you perfect.
Once again, welcome to this course.
Ex.1. A man buys an article for Rs.27.50 and sells it for Rs.28.60. Find his gain percent.
Ex. 2. If a radio is purchased for Rs.490 and sold for Rs. 465.50, find the loss percent.
Ex.3. Find SP., When
(i) C.P. = Rs.56.25, Gain = 20% (ii) C.P. = Rs. 80.40, Loss = 15%
Ex.4. Find C.P., When
(i) S.P. = Rs.40.60, Gain = 16% (ii) S.P. = Rs. 51.70, Loss = 12%
Ex. 5. A person incurs 5% loss by selling a watch for Rs.1140. At what price should the watch be sold to earn 5% profit?
Ex. 6. A book was sold for Rs. 27.50 with a profit of 10%. If it were sold for Rs. 25.75, then what would have been the percentage of profit or loss?
Ex. 7. If the cost price is 96% of the selling price, then what is the profit percent?
Ex. 8. The C.P. of 21 articles is equal to S.P. of articles. Find the gain or loss percent.
Ex. 9. By selling 33 metres of cloth, one gains the selling price of 11 metres. Find the gain percent.
Ex. 10. A vendor bought bananas at 6 for Rs. 10 and sold them at 4 for Rs. 6. Find his gain or loss percent.
Ex. 11. A man bought toffees at 3 for a rupee. How many for a rupee must he sell to gain 50% ?
Ex. 12. A grocer purchased 80 kg of sugar at Rs. 13.50 per kg and mixed it with 120 kg sugar at Rs.16 per kg. At what rate should be sell the mixture to gain 16%
Ex. 13. Pure ghee costs Rs. 100 per kg. after adulterating it with vegetable oil costing Rs. 50 per kg, a shopkeeper sells the mixture at the rate of Rs. 96 per kg., thereby making a profit of 20%. In what ratio does he mix the two?
Ex. 14. A dishonest dealer professes to sell his goods at cost price but uses a weight of 960 qms for a kg. weight. Find his gain percent.
Ex. 15. If the manufacturer gains 10%, the wholesale dealer 15% and the retailer 25%, then find the cost of production of a table, the retail price of which is Rs. 1265?
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