### (c) 13, 22 (d) 7, 9 !H

The numbers are :

### (a) 15, 25(b) 3, 5

io becomes 5:7.

Two numbers are in the ratio 3:5. If each number is increased by 10, the ra 5:7

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31^Mlci1 ^ ^ ci^lcTi-^TT 3i^Mia 3:2 Which of the following ratio is equal to the ratio 3:2 ?

### (a) 133:122(b) 169:113(c) 112:168

2,00,000 TJcT ^?>O 6,00,000 al 3c7icj^l_

Ram and Shyam are partners in a firm. Their capitals are Rs. 2,00,000 and 6,00,000 respectively. The ratio of their capital will be :

### (a) 4:3 (b)5:10(c) 7:2(d)l:3

### (d) 168:112

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The value of 6423.16404 ^ 84.9164 correct to 2 decimal places will be :

### (a) 75.64(b) 75.641

### (c)75(d)75.6

7. 4502 3 -^ 23.6 c^T ^TT^ ^^IcHeicJ ^ cfY^T 3Tcft cfcf5 ^ : The value of 45023 ^-23.6 correct to three decimal places is :j

### (a) 19.077(b) 1907.754(c) 1907.755(d) 1907.75 (a) 5719X10l:

### (c)5719X 105

### (b) 57-19 X107 (d)5719X ^

Find the value of 463258 X 12345 by contracted method correct to million.

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<Hlci 463258 X 1 2345

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cI I 5.4. 2.7954X6.841

Find the value of 2.7954 X 6.841 correct to one decimal place,

### (a) 19 (b) 12(c) 19.1(d) 8.5

How many significant figures are there in 36.0052 ?

### (a) 2 (b)4(c)6(d)7

### (d) 93.56

### (d) 65.3092

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### Full Marks : 80

Time : 3 Hrs.### (c)9X

### (b) 94

3. 36.0052

### (a) 93.57

Express 93.567 correct to 2 significant figures.

2. 9 3.567

1 . 65.30924 cf5T cT^l<He1cl ^j5 ^T ^r-err^TT cTcf^

### Write 65.30924 correct to 2 places of decimal,

### (a) 65.30(b) 65.309(c) 65.31

### Total No. of Questions : 5

c|t### SET-1

### CLASS- XI Commerce

### Commercial Arithmetic

If the price of 10 kg onion is Rs. 60 then the price of 25 kg onion will be -

### (a) Rs. 120(b) Rs. 600(c) Rs. 150(d) Rs. 250

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If the price of a book is Rs. 22.50, then the price of 100 books will be : (a) Rs. 2250 (b) Rs. 225.50(c) Rs. 22.50(d) Rs. 225

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If the price of one article is Rs. 53.65, then the price of 9750 articles will be :

### (a) 523087.5 (b) 52308.75(c) 5230875(d) 5230.875

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The table showing the value of articles from 1 to 9 is known as

(a) Table of Nine (ciaiMcioil difeicr>i)(b) Nine Table (4 cTI (c) Frequency Table (3ii^1ri difcic^i)(d) Comparative Table

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What will be the price of 65 eggs @ Rs. 36 per dozen,

(a) Rs. 162.50 (b) Rs. 195 (c) Rs. 65 (d) Rs. 65.36 1 6

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In a class of 120 students 80 students passed. The ratio of passed and failed is :

### (a) 2:1(b) 3:3(c) 1:2(d) 3:2

The equality of two ratios is called :

### (a) ratio (3i^,Mld)(b) Chain

(c) proportion (d-icnieiMid) (d) Approximation 14. 4 31

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x:4:: 18:24 eft x cj5T ^TRT 6\<i\\ : If x:4:: 18:24, then the value of x will be :

### (a) 2 (b)3(c)4(d)5

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20 Men complete a work in 25 days. How many can complete the same work in 10 days ?### (a) 20 men(b) 100 men(c) 50 men(d) 5 men

The monthly rent of three shops is in a continued proportion. If the rent of the first shop is Rs. 400 and that of the second Rs. 200, the rent of the third shop will be :

### (a) Rs. 200(b) Rs. 100(c) Rs. 400(d) Rs. 50

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The compound interest of Rs. 400 @ 5% p.a. for 2 years will be Rs. ? .

### (a) 30 (b)45(c) 40 ^ (d)41

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A merchant borrows Rs. 3,000 at 8% simple interest and invests the same at 10%

compound interest. If the transaction is closed at the end of 2 years, what is his gain ?

### (a) Rs. 150(b) Rs. 600(c) Rs. 200(d) Rs. 1000

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What principal will amount to Rs. 1,210 in 02 years at 10% p.a. compound interest ? (a) Rs. 10,000(b) Rs. 1,000(c) Rs. 11,000(d) Rs. 1,210

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At what rate percent of simple interest Rs. 7,500/- will amount to Rs. 10,500/- in 5 years ?

### (a) 4%(b)6%(c)8%(d) 10%

7,500/

In what time the amount of interest will be Rs. 300 on the principal of Rs. 1,250 @ 6% p.a.

(a) 3 years(b) 4 years(c) 5 years(d) 6 years 300

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Manish borrowed Rs. 3500 from Raghav on simple interest. After 4 years Manish pays

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back Rs. 4,200. The amount of interest is :

(a) Rs. 500(b)Rs. 700(c) Rs. 400(d) Rs. 1,700 feRrri 04 eft oil I erf 3500

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Simple interest on Rs. 625 @ 5% per annum for 2 years will be :

### (a) Rs. 625(b) Rs. 3L25(c) Rs. 62.5(d) 6.25

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Discount on Rs. 2,640 (a), \2V2% = ?

### (a) Rs. 330(b)Rs.264(c) Rs. 165(d) Rs. 100

4 9. ^0 225 XR 4%ctt mi ^ ct^T = ?Discount on Rs. 225 @4% = ?

### (a) Rs. 18(b)Tls.9(c) Rs. 22.5(d) Rs. 22

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A television is offered for sale at Rs. 7500 less successive discounts of 20% and 15%. The sale price of the television is .

(a) Rs. 6,000(b)Rs. 5,000(c) Rs. 5,100(d) Rs. 6,100 A simple discount equivalent to a discount series of 10%, 10% and 10% is :

### (a) 10%(b)70.1%(c)72.9%(d)27.1%

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An article of list price Rs. 300 is sold at 10% discount. The invoice price of the article is :

### (a)Rs.27O(b)Rs.21O(c) Rs. 240(d) Rs. 250

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45. ^c^fl cR^ c?5t f^RT ^J^T XR: ^rTT <dldl %, 3^ ct>^cl ^ : The price at which an article is sold is known as :

(a) sJ5^r ^fe^r (Cost Price)(b) di^id a^e^l (Purchase Price)

### (Sate Price)(d)c^TT3T (Profit)

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Which of the following is correct ?

(a) ertar = sf^O^jp - 1^o^p (Profit = C.P - S.P) (b)crrar = 5^o^fjo + ^%O^JO (Profit = C.P + S.P) (c)efT3T = f^TO^^p - ^O^Jp (S.P-C.P)

### (d)^d^^ ^ ctft^ ^T^j" (None of these)

An article was sold for Rs. 60 at 20% loss. Its purchase price was ? . (a) Rs. 75(b) Rs. 65(c) Rs. 70(d) Rs. 80 43. f^b^fl cR<J cf5t 2 0% ^lfd XR ^O 60

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By selling 120 oranges a fruit seller gains a profit equal to the price of 20 oranges. His gain percent is:

### (a) 33 1/3%(b) 15%(c)20%(d) 17%

If the cost price is Rs. 400 and selling price is Rs. 72 then the percentage of profit will be :

### (a) 40%(b) 10%(c)30%(d) 20%

41. ^TfcT eil<Jld c^le^U ^O 40 0 % cTeTT ^clsb^l <^^e^i1 ^O 520 % eft cTT3T If the difference between simple interest and compound interest on certain sum is Rs. 11/- at the rate of 10% for 2 years, then the sum is :

(a) Rs. 1,200 (b) Rs. 1,100(c) Rs. 1,000(d) Rs. 1,400