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Arithmetic: Percentage Test -1

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Question 1
If 20% of 40% of D = 25% of D% of F, then what is F?
A
8
B
16
C
32
D
12
Question 1 Explanation: 
1/5 X 2/5 X D = ¼ X D/100 X F =>  F = 32
Question 2
By what % is 400 more than 100?;
A
100
B
200
C
300
D
400
Question 2 Explanation: 
% difference = (400-100)/100 X 100 = 300 %
Question 3
The value of my house has increased from Rs. 300000 to Rs. 800000. What is the percentage change?
A
125 
B
166.66
C
156
D
200
Question 3 Explanation: 
Percentage change in the value of the house = {(800000-300000)/300000} X 100 = 166.66 %
Question 4
The population of the city increased by 20% and became 900000. The original population of the city was:
A
800000
B
750000 
C
600000
D
700000
Question 4 Explanation: 
Let the original population = x 1.20 x = 900000  =>  x = 750000.
Question 5
In a latest move, the DLF mall decreased its ticket price per person by 30% and increased the price of compulsory food items per person by 10%. The outcome of the whole move was an increase in 20% in the public turnout at the mall. How did the overall financials of the DLF mall change? (assume every customer to the ball buys a movie ticket)
A
7.6 % rise
B
7. 6 % fall
C
7 % rise
D
9 % fall
Question 5 Explanation: 
Earning for food items per person: 1.1 times the original
Increase in number of people: 1.2 times the original
Net figure: 1.2 x 1.1 x 0.7 (the original earning)
= 0.924  =>  7.6% decrease.
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