Set 07 Mains Clerical Quant
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Question 1 of 50
1. Question
Category: QuantRam can do a piece of work in 60 days, and Shyam is 25% more efficient than Ram. If divya can do the same work in 32 more days than Shyam then find if all work together, work completed in how many days ?
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Question 2 of 50
2. Question
Category: Quant132l mixture of milk and water, ratio of milk to water is 5 : 3, if 18 l mixture taken out from the mixture, and same amount of water added in mixture then find the percentage of water in new mixture found ? (approx.)
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Question 3 of 50
3. Question
Category: QuantIf annually income of Aman is 7.8 lakh. He spend 20% of his monthly income of Rent and food, 1/13 of remaining on clothes and 25% of remaining spend on Entertainment. If he distributed remaining income among his son, daughter and wife in ratio of 4: 3 : 5, then find the sum of money got by his son and wife ?
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Question 4 of 50
4. Question
Category: QuantMayank borrowed Rs. 48000 from a bank at per annum compound interest at the end of 1st, 2nd and 3rd year, he paid 14000, 13000 and 16000 respectively. If he wanted to clear his loan at the end of 4th year, what would he pay at the end of the third year to clear his loan ?
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Question 5 of 50
5. Question
Category: QuantThere are 75 students in a class. They appeared in a Test, 20% of students were able to score 90 as average mark, 1/6 of remaining scored 10 as average marks, and remaining scored 55 as average marks. Find the average marks of the whole class ?
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Question 6 of 50
6. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements A, B and C. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions and mark your answer accordingly.
Trader bought two markers A and B at different cost prices and sold at different selling prices. By selling 1 marker of both type A and B, whether the trader is in profit or in loss?(A) Cost price of 3 items of A is equal to selling price of 4 items of B and cost price of 5 item of B is equal to selling price of 6 item of A.
(B) Trader earns 25% profit on selling 2 items of A and 50% loss on selling 10 articles of B and Cost price of 3 items of A is equal to selling price of 4 items of B.
(C) Profit earn by selling 3 items of A is equal to loss occurs on selling 1 items of B.Correct
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Question 7 of 50
7. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements A, B and C. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions and mark your answer accordingly.
In how many hour ‘C’ alone can fill the cistern?(A) Ratio of efficiency of A, B and C is 2 : 4 : 5.
(B) A opened throughout the time, B opened for starting 10 minutes and ‘C’ opened after 2 minutes of closing of B. A, B and C fill equal amount of water in the cistern.
(C) If A and B work alternatively, they can fill the tank in 40 minutes.Correct
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Question 8 of 50
8. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements A, B and C. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions and mark your answer accordingly.
What is the speed of train P?(A) If train P and train Q move towards each other, they can cross each other in 4.5 sec. and if these trains move on parallel lines on same direction, then train P overtake train Q in 31.5 sec.
(B) Train Q can cross a man running in opposite direction at 10 m/sec in 5 sec and also train Q can cross a man running in same direction at 10 m/sec in 7 sec.
(C) Train P can cross a platform of double its length in 10.5 sec and can cross a pole in 3.5 sec.Correct
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Question 9 of 50
9. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements A, B and C. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions and mark your answer accordingly.
What is the present age of Arun.(A) Eight years ago, age of Ankit is same as Aman’s present age while four years hence, age of Ankit will be same as Arun’s present age.
(B) Four years ago, ratio of Aman’s age and Arun’s age is 4 : 7.
(C) Present age of Arun is 60% more than present age of Aman.Correct
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Question 10 of 50
10. Question
Category: QuantThe following questions are accompanied by three statements A, B and C. You have to determine which statement(s) is/are sufficient/necessary to answer the questions and mark your answer accordingly.
What will be the total surface area of the given cylinder?(A) Volume of cone having height 21 cm is equal to and area of base of cone is ¼ of area of base of cylinder.
(B) Ratio of height and diameter of given cylinder is 3: 4.
(C) Height is 7 cm more than radius of cylinderCorrect
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Question 11 of 50
11. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows number of laptops sold by six different sellers. First one shows total laptops sold and second one shows HP laptops sold. There are only two types of laptops one is H.P and another one is Lenovo. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions.
Total Laptops Sold = 12,000
HP Laptops sold = 4500
Which seller sold maximum number of Lenovo Laptops?
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Question 12 of 50
12. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows number of laptops sold by six different sellers. First one shows total laptops sold and second one shows HP laptops sold. There are only two types of laptops one is H.P and another one is Lenovo. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions.
Total Laptops Sold = 12,000
HP Laptops sold = 4500
What is the ratio of Lenovo Laptops sold by B and D together to the HP laptops sold by D and E together.
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Question 13 of 50
13. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows number of laptops sold by six different sellers. First one shows total laptops sold and second one shows HP laptops sold. There are only two types of laptops one is H.P and another one is Lenovo. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions.
Total Laptops Sold = 12,000
HP Laptops sold = 4500
Lenovo laptops sold by C is what percent of the total laptops sold by him.
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Question 14 of 50
14. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows number of laptops sold by six different sellers. First one shows total laptops sold and second one shows HP laptops sold. There are only two types of laptops one is H.P and another one is Lenovo. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions.
Total Laptops Sold = 12,000
HP Laptops sold = 4500
Lenovo laptops sold by A and E together is what percent of the total laptops sold by A and E together?1.
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Question 15 of 50
15. Question
Category: QuantPie chart given below shows number of laptops sold by six different sellers. First one shows total laptops sold and second one shows HP laptops sold. There are only two types of laptops one is H.P and another one is Lenovo. Study the data carefully & answer the following questions.
Total Laptops Sold = 12,000
HP Laptops sold = 4500
What will be the average number of Lenovo laptops sold by C, D and E together?
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Question 16 of 50
16. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions, two equations (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer
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Question 17 of 50
17. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions, two equations (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer
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Question 18 of 50
18. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions, two equations (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer
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Question 19 of 50
19. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions, two equations (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer
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Question 20 of 50
20. Question
Category: QuantIn each of these questions, two equations (i) and (ii) are given. You have to solve both the equations and give answer
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Question 21 of 50
21. Question
Category: QuantFour traders sold four types of stationary items i.e., Pen, Pencil, Rubber and Disks. Satish sold 162 Pencils which is 12.5% more than pencils sold by Inder. Average of Pen, Pencil and disks sold by Inder is 162. Pen sold by Sanjeev and Inder is in the ratio 9 : 10. Rubber sold by Inder is 60% more than rubber sold by Rawat. Pencil sold by Rawat is same as Disks sold by Satish. Rawat sold more pen then rubber. Total number of stationary items sold by Satish is same as pencils sold by all the four traders which is equal to 650. Average number of disk sold by Satish, Sanjeev and inder is 192. Satish sold 192 rubbers which is 28% more than pen sold by Inder or 50% more than pen sold by Satish. Total number of stationary items sold by Sanjeev is 653 and Disks sold by Rawat is 50% more than rubber sold by Sanjeev. Total number of stationary items sold by Inder is 694.
Who among the following sold maximum number of stationary items?
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Question 22 of 50
22. Question
Category: QuantFour traders sold four types of stationary items i.e., Pen, Pencil, Rubber and Disks. Satish sold 162 Pencils which is 12.5% more than pencils sold by Inder. Average of Pen, Pencil and disks sold by Inder is 162. Pen sold by Sanjeev and Inder is in the ratio 9 : 10. Rubber sold by Inder is 60% more than rubber sold by Rawat. Pencil sold by Rawat is same as Disks sold by Satish. Rawat sold more pen then rubber. Total number of stationary items sold by Satish is same as pencils sold by all the four traders which is equal to 650. Average number of disk sold by Satish, Sanjeev and inder is 192. Satish sold 192 rubbers which is 28% more than pen sold by Inder or 50% more than pen sold by Satish. Total number of stationary items sold by Sanjeev is 653 and Disks sold by Rawat is 50% more than rubber sold by Sanjeev. Total number of stationary items sold by Inder is 694.
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Question 23 of 50
23. Question
Category: QuantFour traders sold four types of stationary items i.e., Pen, Pencil, Rubber and Disks. Satish sold 162 Pencils which is 12.5% more than pencils sold by Inder. Average of Pen, Pencil and disks sold by Inder is 162. Pen sold by Sanjeev and Inder is in the ratio 9 : 10. Rubber sold by Inder is 60% more than rubber sold by Rawat. Pencil sold by Rawat is same as Disks sold by Satish. Rawat sold more pen then rubber. Total number of stationary items sold by Satish is same as pencils sold by all the four traders which is equal to 650. Average number of disk sold by Satish, Sanjeev and inder is 192. Satish sold 192 rubbers which is 28% more than pen sold by Inder or 50% more than pen sold by Satish. Total number of stationary items sold by Sanjeev is 653 and Disks sold by Rawat is 50% more than rubber sold by Sanjeev. Total number of stationary items sold by Inder is 694.
What is the ratio of Pencil sold by Rawat to disk sold by Sanjeev?
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Question 24 of 50
24. Question
Category: QuantFour traders sold four types of stationary items i.e., Pen, Pencil, Rubber and Disks. Satish sold 162 Pencils which is 12.5% more than pencils sold by Inder. Average of Pen, Pencil and disks sold by Inder is 162. Pen sold by Sanjeev and Inder is in the ratio 9 : 10. Rubber sold by Inder is 60% more than rubber sold by Rawat. Pencil sold by Rawat is same as Disks sold by Satish. Rawat sold more pen then rubber. Total number of stationary items sold by Satish is same as pencils sold by all the four traders which is equal to 650. Average number of disk sold by Satish, Sanjeev and inder is 192. Satish sold 192 rubbers which is 28% more than pen sold by Inder or 50% more than pen sold by Satish. Total number of stationary items sold by Sanjeev is 653 and Disks sold by Rawat is 50% more than rubber sold by Sanjeev. Total number of stationary items sold by Inder is 694.
Total number of disks sold by all the four traders is how much more then total number of rubber sold by all the four traders?
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Question 25 of 50
25. Question
Category: QuantFour traders sold four types of stationary items i.e., Pen, Pencil, Rubber and Disks. Satish sold 162 Pencils which is 12.5% more than pencils sold by Inder. Average of Pen, Pencil and disks sold by Inder is 162. Pen sold by Sanjeev and Inder is in the ratio 9 : 10. Rubber sold by Inder is 60% more than rubber sold by Rawat. Pencil sold by Rawat is same as Disks sold by Satish. Rawat sold more pen then rubber. Total number of stationary items sold by Satish is same as pencils sold by all the four traders which is equal to 650. Average number of disk sold by Satish, Sanjeev and inder is 192. Satish sold 192 rubbers which is 28% more than pen sold by Inder or 50% more than pen sold by Satish. Total number of stationary items sold by Sanjeev is 653 and Disks sold by Rawat is 50% more than rubber sold by Sanjeev. Total number of stationary items sold by Inder is 694.
Rubber sold by Sanjeev is what percent of the disks sold by Satish?
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Question 26 of 50
26. Question
Category: QuantThe respective ratio of present age of Ramesh and Vivek is 8 : 7. If the ratio of Ramesh age fifteen year ago and Vivek age ten year hence is 5 : 9 , then find the ratio of Ramesh age ten year hence and Vivek age five year ago ?
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Question 27 of 50
27. Question
Category: QuantTwo trains 125 m and 175 m long take 8 seconds to cross each other when moving in the opposite direction. If faster train crosses the slower train in 24 second when moving in the same direction, then find the speed of slower train.
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Question 28 of 50
28. Question
Category: QuantA and B can do a work in 30 days, B and C do same work in 24 days. If first 16 days A work alone, next 24 days B work alone and in the last C complete the remaining work in 12 day then how many days B complete the whole work alone ?
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Question 29 of 50
29. Question
Category: QuantAfter giving two successive discounts selling price of an earphone is 576 Rs. If marked price of earphone is 50% above cost price of earphone, which is 600 Rs. Find that new marked price is how much percent more than cost price if given marked price increases at same two successive rate, on which discount offered by seller ?
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Question 30 of 50
30. Question
Category: QuantA boat swim with the direction of the current from point A to B, and return against the current and stop at point C. Distance between B and C is 75% of, distance between A and B. Speed of current is 6 km/hr and speed of boat in still water is 150% of current speed and boat takes 9.5 hr to complete whole journey of A to C. Find the total distance covered by boat ?
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Question 31 of 50
31. Question
Category: QuantStudy the graph and table carefully to answer the questions that are based on it.
Line graph shows the total FDI in India in given years.Ratio of three major country’s Investment in India
NOTE: Investment of countries rather than U.S, japan and U.K. are considered as of other countries.If in session 201617 and session 2013 14 total investment made by other countries is 40% in each session then find the difference between the investment of Japan in 201617 and 201314
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Question 32 of 50
32. Question
Category: QuantStudy the graph and table carefully to answer the questions that are based on it.
Line graph shows the total FDI in India in given years.Ratio of three major country’s Investment in India
NOTE: Investment of countries rather than U.S, japan and U.K. are considered as of other countries.If in 201415 and 201516 investment made by Japan is equal then what could be the maximum possible investment U.S.A. can invest in 201516 ? (Approx.)
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Question 33 of 50
33. Question
Category: QuantStudy the graph and table carefully to answer the questions that are based on it.
Line graph shows the total FDI in India in given years.Ratio of three major country’s Investment in India
NOTE: Investment of countries rather than U.S, japan and U.K. are considered as of other countries.If in 201314 Japan’s total investment in India is 5% of the total FDI and in 201617 it is 12%, then what is the difference of U.S.A.’s investment in 201617 to total investment by U.S.A. and U.K. in 201314
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Question 34 of 50
34. Question
Category: QuantStudy the graph and table carefully to answer the questions that are based on it.
Line graph shows the total FDI in India in given years.Ratio of three major country’s Investment in India
NOTE: Investment of countries rather than U.S, japan and U.K. are considered as of other countries.If in 201314 UK’s investment is 2.6 Bn and in 201516 total investment made by these three country is double of the total investment made by these three country in 201314, then find that investment made by these three country in 201516 is how much percent more/less than investment made by other country in same session. (Approx)
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Question 35 of 50
35. Question
Category: QuantStudy the graph and table carefully to answer the questions that are based on it.
Line graph shows the total FDI in India in given years.Ratio of three major country’s Investment in India
NOTE: Investment of countries rather than U.S, japan and U.K. are considered as of other countries.In 201314 other countries investment is 60% and investment by U.S.A. in 201314 to 201617 have ratio 3 : 7 then sum of total investment made by other counties in 201314 and 201617 is ?
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Question 36 of 50
36. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
8, 20, 28, 44, 92, 276, ?Correct
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Question 37 of 50
37. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
120, 133, 273, 593, 1152, 2015, ?Correct
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Question 38 of 50
38. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
3377, 3374, 3357, 3274, 2945, ? , 1Correct
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Question 39 of 50
39. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
1110, 380, 136, 54, 26, 16, ?Correct
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Question 40 of 50
40. Question
Category: QuantWhat will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?
18, 30, 57.5, 110.5, 188.5, 265.5, ?Correct
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Question 41 of 50
41. Question
Category: QuantA invest X Rs at the rate of 10% on compound interest for 2 year annually and B invest (X + 720) Rs at the rate of 20% for two year on compound annually. If interest obtained by both A and B is 8116.8 Rs, Find the value of X ?
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Question 42 of 50
42. Question
Category: QuantThere are five pink and four white balls in a bag. Three balls are chosen randomly without replacement. What is probability that at least one ball is pink?
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Question 43 of 50
43. Question
Category: QuantIn a city 60 percent are male, 40% of female and 20% of male are government employees. In remaining male, ratio between private employees to unemployed male is 5 :7 and in remaining females 40% work for private firms and remaining are unemployed. Find the total number of male and female, who are government employees, if difference between male and female,who are unemployed is 3400 ?
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Question 44 of 50
44. Question
Category: QuantThree partners A, B and C started a business and invested 37500, 45000 and 27500 respectively. After 18 months A withdraw 7500 from his initial capital and B invest 5000 more, at the end of 2 year they get total profit of 118125 Rs. Find the sum of profit of A and C?
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Question 45 of 50
45. Question
Category: QuantA milkman have mixture of milk and water. Milk is 75% of mixture. Milkman sold 32% of mixture to A and 32% of mixture to B. In last he was left with 162 l milk in mixture. Find the total cost price of initial mixture if milkman charged 1 Rs For one liter water and 16 Rs for one liter milk and make a profit of 20% on cost price?
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Question 46 of 50
46. Question
Category: QuantThe following table shows the various expenses in five different months on six different things by Mr. Sharma. Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.
Note:1. In the table, some data are in percentage, some in rupees and some are missing. If there is any requirement of missing data find it first and then proceed.
2. Percentage value of expenses (whichever given) are with respect to monthly income.
Mr. Sharma’s monthly salary = 1,20,000
If total expenses in the month of June was Rs. 73,600 then expenses of his wife’s makeup is what percent of his monthly salary ?
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Question 47 of 50
47. Question
Category: QuantThe following table shows the various expenses in five different months on six different things by Mr. Sharma. Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.
Note:1. In the table, some data are in percentage, some in rupees and some are missing. If there is any requirement of missing data find it first and then proceed.
2. Percentage value of expenses (whichever given) are with respect to monthly income.
Mr. Sharma’s monthly salary = 1,20,000
If average expenses on food in all the five months together is Rs. 33,360 then expenses on Food in month of July is approximately what percent more than the expenses on furnitures in the same month ?
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Question 48 of 50
48. Question
Category: QuantThe following table shows the various expenses in five different months on six different things by Mr. Sharma. Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.
Note:1. In the table, some data are in percentage, some in rupees and some are missing. If there is any requirement of missing data find it first and then proceed.
2. Percentage value of expenses (whichever given) are with respect to monthly income.
Mr. Sharma’s monthly salary = 1,20,000
If the ratio between expenses on children’s fee in the month of June and expenses on House tax in the month of September be 3 : 4, then expenses on House tax in September is what percent of total salary in the month of September ?
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Question 49 of 50
49. Question
Category: QuantThe following table shows the various expenses in five different months on six different things by Mr. Sharma. Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.
Note:1. In the table, some data are in percentage, some in rupees and some are missing. If there is any requirement of missing data find it first and then proceed.
2. Percentage value of expenses (whichever given) are with respect to monthly income.
Mr. Sharma’s monthly salary = 1,20,000
If total expenses in the month of October was Rs. 1,02,000 then expenses on furniture made by Mr. Sharma in the month of October is what percent of his monthly salary ?
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Question 50 of 50
50. Question
Category: QuantThe following table shows the various expenses in five different months on six different things by Mr. Sharma. Study the table carefully and answer the following questions.
Note:1. In the table, some data are in percentage, some in rupees and some are missing. If there is any requirement of missing data find it first and then proceed.
2. Percentage value of expenses (whichever given) are with respect to monthly income.
Mr. Sharma’s monthly salary = 1,20,000
If total expenses on cloths in all months be 50% of monthly salary then expenses on cloths in August is what percent of expenses on Wife’s make up in the same month ?
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