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Question: If 4800 vehicles were sold in Delhi, what was the total number of vehicles sold in Chennai?
Options:
A.4800
B.2400
C.5100
D.None of these
Answer: Option A
: A

Number of Auto Rickshaws sold in Delhi =24100 × 4800 = 1152, Which is 24% of total number of Auto Rickshaws sold in the given cities.
So, total number of Auto Rickshaws = 4800.
Number of Auto Rickshaws sold in Chennai = 10100 × 4800 = 480, which is 10% of total number of vehicles sold inChennai.
The total number of vehicles sold in Chennai = 4800

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Question 1. What was the amount received by Gopal in 1997?
  1.    Rs 1.5 lakh 
  2.    Rs 3 lakh
  3.    Rs 6 lakh
  4.    None of these
Answer: Option A
: A

Since, revenue of Rs 3,00,000 is equally divided by Gopal and Ram. Hence, amount received by Gopal in 1997 = 0.5× 3,00,000 = Rs 1,50,000.
Question 2. What was the total output of coconuts?
  1.    24,000
  2.    36,000
  3.    18,000
  4.    48,000
Answer: Option B
: B

Let the amount invested by Gopal and Ram be 2x and 3x respectively. Gopal further invested Rs 2 lakh. Given (2x + 2) = 3x or x = 2 lakh. Hence, initial amount paid by Gopal and Ram to Krishna is 4 lakh and 6 lakh respectively. Hence, total money invested by them together = (6 + 6) = 12 lakh. The total revenue generated = 12 × 25% = 3 lakh. The ratio of revenue from coconut and lemon trees are in the ratio 3 : 2. Hence, revenue from coconut = Rs 1,80,000 and revenue from lemons = Rs 1,20,000. So, total output of coconut = (1,80,0005) =36,000.
Question 3. In the previous question, if in 1994 prices increased by 5%, 1% and 10% while the volume of sales break-up was  40%, 30% and 30% for plywood, saw timber and logs respectively, then want was the average realization?
  1.    18.95
  2.    16.45
  3.    13.15
  4.    10.25
Answer: Option C
: C

The change for price increase = [(4×5.26×1.05)+(3×14.28×1.01)+(3×20×1.1)](4+2+3) = Rs 13.15
Question 4. If the final amount of money that Akash had with him was Rs. 100, what was the initial amount he held with him?
  1.    120
  2.    8
  3.    4
  4.    96
Answer: Option D
: D

At the end of Round IV, Akash's earnings = -8 (Round I) + 20 (Round II) + 0 (Round III) -8 (Round IV) = Rs. 4 If total = Rs. 100, then the initial amount with Akash = Rs. 100 - Rs. 4 = Rs. 96.
Question 5. How many correct predictions were made by D?___

: From the given condition "if any person had predicted that a single horse would win each of the eight games, he would not have gained or lost any amount". It means, every horse won 2 races.

From the given condition "B received the maximum amount of 16000". Let B predicted x races and y races incorrect.

3000 x-1000 y=16000 ...................(1) And x+y=8......................... (2)

From equation (1) and (2), we can determine x=6 and y=2

From the second condition "Had C made one more correct prediction and B made one more incorrect prediction.
The amounts gained by them at the end of the races would have interchanged". We can conclude C predicted 5
races correct and 3 races incorrect. And E neither gained nor lost any amount. So, E predicted 2 races correct and 6
races incorrect.

PersonsWinLoseScoreB6216,000C5312,000E260

Now, from the given table, we can easily conclude below table :-
R1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8CheetahBingoAzureBingo

Because B's 6 predictions are correct. Out of 8 predictions, 4 times B predicted "Dylan". And we know Dylan won only two times. It means B's predictions for Race R2,R4,R5 and R8 were correct.

R1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8AzureCheetahDylanBingoAzureCheetahDylanBingox(B,C)(A,B,C,D)(A,B,D,E)(A,B,C)(A,C,D)(B,C,D)(B,E)

Now, we can conclude below table. Because, E's 2 predictions were correct and Cheetah won 2 times. So, cheetah
has to win Race R5. C's 5 predictions were incorrect. So, C cannot be winner of race R1
Question 6. The number of vehicles sold in Mumbai is same as the number of vehicles sold in which of the following category?
  1.    Cars
  2.    Bikes
  3.    Scooters
  4.    None of these
Answer: Option D
: D

If we compare the row of Mumbai from first table to the column of Mumbai from second table, we can easily determine

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