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MCQ. If Peter earns $3500/month and spends $3000 while Paul earns $3800/month and spends $2900 then out of Peter and Paul, one who spent more (in percentages and names) is

  1. Peter with 85.714%
  2. Paul with 86.31%
  3. Paul with 76.31%
  4. Peter with 89%

A

MCQ. Ana is a school teacher and earns $4000/month and Chris is a retail store manager and earns $6000/month. If Ana gives $3000 in annual charity function of orphanage and Chris gives $3500 in same function then one who gave more money in charity is

  1. Ana gave 7.5% of her income in charity
  2. Chris gave 4% of her income in charity
  3. Ana gave 6.25% of her income in charity
  4. Chris gave 7% of her income in charity

C

MCQ. Out of 15% of 200 and 200% of 15, result is

  1. 15% of 200 is higher
  2. same
  3. 200% of 15 is higher
  4. none of the above

B

MCQ. Christopher has baked 300 cookies and sold 210 cookies, Peter has baked 400 cookies and sold 320 cookies while Jennifer has baked 450 cookies and sold 380 cookies. Out of Christopher, Peter and Jennifer, one who has sold more cookies (with name and percentage) is

  1. Christopher with 70% sold cookies
  2. Peter with 80% sold cookies
  3. Jennifer with 84% sold cookies
  4. Peter with 85% sold cookies

B

MCQ. In State Christmas fair, 35000 pupil participated from City A whose total population is 120 000 while 25000 pupil took part from City B whose population is 150 000. percentage of pupil who took part in fair from each city is

  1. city A 12% and city B 15%
  2. city A 28% and city B 34%
  3. city A 29.167% and city B 16.67%
  4. city A 32% and city B 15%

C