## Bharat Gupta is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Must solve Arithmetic Questions before CAT Chapter-09 Follow Upvote

Practice problem for this lesson If an article is sold at m% discount, a profit of % is realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of 0 is incurred. If the article is sold at , % discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 36% . 35% d. 25% The ratio of milk and water in a mixture is 3 1. First, the volume of the mixture is increased by 50% by adding water. Next, 25 litres of the mixture is replaced with water. If the final ratio of milk and water in the resultant mixture is 1 3, find the initial quantity of mixture present (in litres) a. 16 b33 40 2 C. 40 d. 80

Preparing for CAT 2019 2038 onliae Beginner Course for Quant for CAT 2019 Ok sir. Thanks. +Bonus Practice Quizzes) NOVEMBER 3631 Bharat Gupta o Tek Solower Sir, cleared nmat with 217 marks. Also I had CAT yesterday, despite being average in quant, I attempted around 21 questions in slot 2, in which would say, around 18 would be genuine correct attempts. Thank you for your guidance sir. Hoping to get good percentile in cat too Bhavya Jain Shadman Ansari 12:31 Hello sir 807 unacademy I would like to thank you for your efforts on Unacademy learning app, i watched each and every CAT ques posted by you, therefore i manage to score 96.44 percentile in QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE SECTION OF CAT 18. DECEMBER 1.301 Sir, getting a raw score of around 53 in quant in slot 2. Will this be 99* percentile? 24th January to 14th June 2019 ANUARY S 2019 60 hours of lve classes Hello Sir Got OA-988s sile Quant-98.86 Sile All thanks to you for the tremendous efforts you had put in helping me to improve my quant section Thank you so much sir Private Discussion Forum Doubt clearing sessions and Live quizzes Type a message 132 Last date to enrol: 23 Jan 2019 : E C (9 ne a

m m If an article is sold at % discount, a profit of % s realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of % is incurred. If the article is sold at , % discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 36% c. 35% d. 25%

m m If an article is sold at % discount, a profit of % s realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of % is incurred. If the article is sold at % discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% b. 3690 c. 35% d. 25% We kneo Iro

If an article is sold at--% discount, a profit of--% 1s realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of 77% is incurred. If the article is sold at?% discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 36% . 35% d. 25% a 60 m (uS

If an article is sold at--% discount, a profit of--% 1s realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of 77% is incurred. If the article is sold at?% discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 36% c. 35% d. 25% 2 -m

m m lf an article is sold at % discount, a profit of % is realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of % is incurred. If the article is sold at , % discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 3690 c. 35% d. 25% 2oo p m lCo 2uo

If an article is sold at-2-90 discount, a profit of m% ls realized, but if it is sold at m% discount, a loss of % is incurred. If the article is sold at?% discount, then the percentage of profit or loss made on that article is: a. 40% 4 b. 36% c. 35% d. 25% Co- 3 2

The ratio of milk and water in a mixture is 3 1. First, the volume of the mixture is increased by 50% by adding water. Next, 25 litres of the mixture is replaced with water. If the final ratio of milk and water in the resultant mixture is 1: 3, find the initial quantity of mixture present (in litres) a. 162 b. 33 C. 40 d. 80 3

The ratio of milk and water in a mixture is 3 1. First, the volume of the mixture is increased by 50% by adding water. Next, 25 litres of the mixture is replaced with water. If the final ratio of milk and water in the resultant mixture is 1: 3, find the initial quantity of mixture present (in litres) a. 16- 2 b. 33 . 40 d. 80 3 mig W0 nitia 3 2 3 3 25

Next Lesson questions If the cost price, the selling price and the marked price of an article are in arithmetic progression. then which of the following statement is true? a. profit percentage is less than the discount percentage b. profit percentage is equal to the discount percentage c. markup percentage is double the profit percentage d. profit percentage on selling price is more than the actual profit percentage A 300 m long express train completely crosses a moving passenger train 150 m long in 10 seconds. The same Express train crosses a car moving in the same direction in 15 seconds. If the passenger train takes '' seconds to cross another car moving in the opposite direction(of the passenger train) with the same speed as the first car, then find 't'. Assume that passenger train is moving faster than the car. a. less than 10 sec b. 10 sec c. more than 10 sec d. CBD