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**Directions:**In the following questions, two equations numbered are given in variables x and y. You have to solve both the equations and find out the relationship between x and y. Then give answer accordingly-

A) If x > y

B) If x < y

C) If x ≥ y

D) If x ≤ y

E) If x = y or relation cannot be established

B) If x < y

C) If x ≥ y

D) If x ≤ y

E) If x = y or relation cannot be established

1-I. 4x

II. 3y

^{2}+ 12x – 27 = 0,II. 3y

^{2}– 20y + 32 = 0
2-

**I. x^2**^{ }– 20X = -91**II. 3y^2**^{ }= 22Y – 32
3-I. 2x^2+3x-14=0

II. y^2-7y+10=0

4-

**I. 5x^2**^{ }– 126X + 25= 0**II. 9y^2**^{ }– 22Y + 8 = 0**5- x^2 =1024, y=√1024**

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**Questions from percentage (6 to10)**

Q6. Three papers were set in an examination and the maximum marks per were in the ratio of 2 : 4 : 4, respectively. If a student obtained 50% in the first paper, 60% in the second, and 65% in the third, what percent did he obtain overall?

(a) 59.3%

(b) 61%

(c) 33.33%

(d) 60%

(e) None of these

Q7.

**In an exam, pass percentages for juniors and seniors are 30% and 35% respectively. Maximum marks for both juniors and seniors are the same. A junior scored 467 marks and failed by 133 marks. Find the pass mark for seniors?**
(a) 700

(b) 770

(c) 690

(d) 750

(e) None of these

**Q8.**In an election 10% of the voters on the voters’ list did not cast votes and 60 voters cast their ballot papers blank. There were only two candidates. The winner was supported by 50% of all voters in the list and he got 420 votes more than his rival. The number of voters on the list was:

(a) 3660

(b) 3600

(c) 4000

(d) 4500

(e) None of these

Q9. The total car population in a state is 2,94,00 out of which 1,60,00 are
made by Audi Out of every 100 audi car, 98 are red in colour, but only 55% of
the total car population is red. Find the percentage of non-audi car that are
red.

(a) 5.025%

(b) 5.130%

(c) 6.125%

(d) 6.140%

(e) 3.330%

Q10. The price of petrol is increased by 25%. How much per cent must a car owner reduce his consumption of petrol so as not to increase his expenditure on petrol?

(a) 25%

(b) 50%

(c) 30%

(d) 20%

(e) None of these

Solution—

1-x=-18,+6
y= 12/3,8/3

E) If x = y or relation cannot be
established

2.
x=13,7

Y=16/3,6/3

A)If x > y

3.x= -7/2,+4/2

Y=+5,+2

D) If x ≤ y

4.x=25,1/5

Y=2, 4/9

E) If x = y or relation cannot be
established

5) x= +-32

Y=32

D) If x ≤ y

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6. of 2 : 4 : 4, respectively. If a
student obtained 50% in the first paper, 60% in the second, and 65% in the
third,

2*50/100+4*60/100+4*65/100=6

X=6/10*100=60%

7. A

467+133=30%X

x=2000

2000*35/100=700

x=2000

2000*35/100=700

8.B

total valid vote 90%-60

winner=50%,looser=(90%-60-50%)=40%-60

so 50%-(40%-60)=420

10%=360

total vote 100%=3600

winner=50%,looser=(90%-60-50%)=40%-60

so 50%-(40%-60)=420

10%=360

total vote 100%=3600

9.
D.

total
no of audi car=29400

Audi+
non audi= 29400

Audi
car=16000

Non
audi car =29400-16000

13400

Now
55% of 29400= red audi car+non red audi

29400*55/100=16170

Non
red audi car=16170-98*16000/100=15680

16170-15680=490

490*100/16170=3.33%

10.
The price of petrol is increased by 25%.

25*100/125=20%

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