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Arithmetic : Level 3 Test -9
price then there will be loss on such transactions which
is given by (Profit or loss)2 / 100 = 1%
So there will be 18 men, 15 women and 6 children.
One man can do as much work in one day as a woman can
do in 2 days Therefore ratio of the work done by a man: woman = 2: 1.
Similarly The ratio of the work done by a woman: child = 3 : 1.
Hence the ratio of work done in a day by a man: a woman: a child = 6 : 3 : 1.
Therefore the work done by all is in the ratio of (18x6) : (15x3) : (6x1) = 108:45:6.
Total sum of money given to them = Rs. 1113
Therefore they all should be given by Rs.756 for men, 315 for women and Rs.42 for children.
Hence 6 children earn Rs.42 in a day.
So the daily wage of a child should be equal to 42/6 = Rs.7
33 km from Town A.
33 km from Town B
So the expenditure would be = 100 x 1.20 x 100 = Rs. 12000
The expenditure for 30 students of A will be zero
And if the school is build in B
Then the cost would be = Rs. 3600
So if the school would be in Town B,then there will be less expenditure.
Let the speed of the man be s ft per second
Let the length of the escalator be 90 ft.
90/30 = r + s
90/90 = r - s
Adding, 2r = 4, i.e. r = 2.
Therefore Time that the man will take to walk up the escalator
When it is not moving =90/2 or 45 s.
Thus, we find that the ratio of the amounts invested in both the rates = 2 : 1.
Since he has invested Rs. 3,000 at 5%, he should further invest
Rs. 1,500 at 8% to earn a total interest of 6% per annum.