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TYPE 1 (d) 8
TYPE 2 (Unit Digit)
1. Which one of the following will divide 1. åø¢¬ø âí¢ Þìñî¤ð¢¹ è£í¢: (6374)1793 X
(325+326+327+328)
ð¤ù¢õ¼õùõø¢ø¤ô¢ ⶠ(325+326+327+328)ä (625)317 X (341)491
º¿¬ñò£èõ°è¢°ñ¢? (a) 0 (b) 2
(a) 14 (b) 19
(c) 3 (d) 5
(c) 26 (d) 30
Find the unit digit Value (6374)1793 X (625)317 X
2. When X is divided by 64, the remainder is (341)491
32. If X is divided by 32, the remainder is (a) 0 (b) 2
x âù¢ø âí¢¬í 64ô¢ õ°è¢°ñ¢«ð£¶
ñ¦î¤ 32, xä 32-Ýô¢ õ°î¢î£ô¢ ñ¦î¤ (c) 3 (d) 5

(a) 2 (b) 0 2. Which digit would come in the unit’s place of


(264)102+(264)103
(c) 4 (d) 8 (264)102+(264)103¢ åù¢ø£ñ¢ Þìñî¤ð¢¹ è£í¢:
(a) 0 (b) 4
3. When a number is divided by 13, the
remainder is 11. When the same number is (c) 2 (d) 8
divided by 17, the remainder is 9. Then the
number is 3. The digit in unit’s place of the product
å¼ âí¢í£ù¶ 13-Ýô¢ õ°è¢èð¢ð´ñ¢ 81 x 82x 83xx84....x89is
«ð£¶ ñ¦î¤ 11-äî¢ î¼è¤ø¶. Ü«î âí¢ (a) 0 (b) 2
17-Ýô¢ õ°è¢èð¢ð´ñ¢ «ð£¶ ñ¦î¤ 9-äî¢
(c) 6 (d) 8
î¼è¤ø¶. Üï¢î âí¢
4. Find the digit in unit’s place (2153)167
(a) 339 (b) 369 xw;iw ,yf;f vz;iz fhz;f
(c) 349 (d) 359 (a) 1 (b) 3

4. Find the remainder when 230 is divided by 5 (c) 7 (d) 9


233 ä 10 Ýô¢ õ°î¢î£ô¢ 褬ì袰ñ¢ ñ¦î¤------
(a) 2 (b) 3 5. The digit in the unit’s place of [251)98
+(21)29-(106)100+(705)35-164+259] is
(c) 1 (d) 4 (a) 1 (b) 4

5. (45)15-1 exactly divisible by (c) 5 (d) 6


(45)15-1 ð¤ù¢õ¼ñ¢ âï¢î âí¢è÷¤ô¢
ñ¦î¤ñ¤ù¢ø¤ õ°ð´ñ¢? 6. Find the digit in unit’s place
[25)6251 +(36)528+(73)54
(a) 50 (b) 15 xw;iw ,yf;f vz;iz fhz;f
(c) 29 (d) 8 (a) 5 (b) 4

6. 233 ä 10 Ýô¢ õ°î¢î£ô¢ 褬ì袰ñ¢ ñ¦î¤------ (c) 2 (d) 0


When 233 is divided by 10, the reminder will be
(a) 2
(b) 3
(c) 4

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7. Which digit would come in the unit’s place of TYPE 4 ( DIVISIBILITY )
(124)372+(124)373 1. The smallest 6 digit number which is exactly
((124)372+(124)373¢ åù¢ø£ñ¢ Þìñî¤ð¢¹ è£í¢: divisible by 111 is
(a) 0 (b) 4 111 Ýô¢ ñ¤èê¢êó¤ò£è õ°ðìè¢Ã®ò ñ¤èê¢
ê¤ø¤ò ÝÁ Þôè¢è âí¢
(c) 2 (d) 8 (a) 1,00,111
(b) 1,00,000
TYPE 3 (c) 1,00,011
1. The number of zeros at the end of the (d) 1,11,111
product 2. The smallest 5 digit number which is exactly
Þï¢î âí¢¬í ªð¼è¢è¤ù£ô¢ ªñ£î¢îñ¢ ÞÁ divisible by 41 is
âî¢î¬ù Ìü¢ü¤òé¢è÷¢ õ¼ñ¢ 111 Ýô¢ ñ¤èê¢êó¤ò£è õ°ðìè¢Ã®ò ñ¤èê¢
ê¤ø¤ò ÝÁ 5 Þôè¢è âí¢
16 x 22 x 1 5x 50 x 65 x11 5x 18 x 90
(a) 5 (b) 6 (a) 1,00,45
(b) 1,00,04
(c) 12 (d) 10 (c) 1,00,41
(d) 1,0082
2. Find the number of zeros at the end of the 1. Which is the smallest number which,
product when multiplied by 3, will give a
70 x 80 x 16 x 6 4 x56 x 13x 18 x 3125 number entirely of 8 digits?
Þï¢îâí¢è¬÷ ªð¼è¢°ñ¢«ð£¶ ÞÁî¤ò¤ô¢ âï¢î ê¤ø¤ò âí¢¬í 3 Ýô¢ ªð¼è¢è,
ªñ£î¢îñ¢ âî¢î¬ù Ìü¢ü¤òé¢è÷¢ õ¼ñ¢? ܬù Þôè¢èé¢èÀñ¢ 8 è÷£è«õ
(a) 16 (b) 12 ܬñ»ñ¢?

(c) 10 (d) 25 (a) 296 (b) 18


3. Find the number of zeros at the end of the (c) 16 (d) None of these
product
15 x16 x 18 x 25 x 35 x 24 x20 2. The greatest seven digit number which
Þï¢îâí¢è¬÷ ªð¼è¢°ñ¢«ð£¶ ÞÁî¤ò¤ô¢ is exactly divisible by 15 is
ªñ£î¢îñ¢ âî¢î¬ù Ìü¢ü¤òé¢è÷¢ õ¼ñ¢? ã¿ Þôè¢è ñ¤èð¢ªðó¤ò, 15 Ýô¢
(a) 8 (b) 5 õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢
(a) 9999990 (b) 9999999
(c) 10 (d) 7
(c) 9999915 (d) 9999995
4. The number of zeros at the end of the
product
Þï¢î âí¢¬í ªð¼è¢è¤ù£ô¢ ªñ£î¢îñ¢ ÞÁ 3. The greatest four digit number which is
âî¢î¬ù Ìü¢ü¤òé¢è÷¢ õ¼ñ¢ exactly divisible by 88 is
52 x 20 x28 x 10 x 16x 125 ã¿ Þôè¢è ñ¤èð¢ªðó¤ò, 15 Ýô¢
(a) 15 (b) 22 õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢
(c) 7 (d) 8 (a) 9994 (b) 9768

1. The number of zeros at the end of the (c) 9988 (d) 8888
product
Þï¢î âí¢¬í ªð¼è¢è¤ù£ô¢ ªñ£î¢îñ¢ ÞÁ 4. Which of the following numbers is
âî¢î¬ù Ìü¢ü¤òé¢è÷¢ õ¼ñ¢ exactly divisible by 99?
12 x 18 x 15 x 40 x 25 x16 x 55x 105 ð¤ù¢õ¼ñ¢ âí¢è÷¤ô¢ 99-Ýô¢ ñ¦î¤ñ¤ù¢ø¤
(a) 24 (b) 30 õ°ð´ñ¢?

(c) 22 (d) 28 (a) 135792 (b) 114345

(c) 913464 (d) 3572404

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5. The given number 871378519 is (c) 101 (d) 91


divisible by
871378519âù¢ø âí¢ è¦«ö 12. How many numbers between 100 and 200
ªè£´è¢èð¢ðì¢ì âï¢î âí¢í£ô¢ ñ좴ñ¢ are divisible by 2 and 8 together?
õ°ð´ñ¢? 100 ñø¢Áñ¢ 200袰 Þ¬ì«ò 2 ñø¢Áñ¢ 8
(a) 9 (b) 11 Ýô¢ õ°ð¢ð´ñ¢ âí¢è÷¢ ªñ£î¢îñ¢ âî¢î¬ù?
(a) 12 (b) 13
(c) 7 (d) 13
(c) 9 (d) 16
6. Which of the following numbers is
13. Which one of the following numbers is
exactly divisible by 24?
ð¤ù¢õ¼ñ¢ âí¢è÷¤ô¢ âï¢î âí¢ 24 Ýô¢ divisible by 25?
ð¤ù¢õ¼õùõø¢Á÷¢ âï¢î âí¢ 25 Ýô¢
ñ¦îñ¤ô¢ô£ñô¢ õ°ð´ñ¢?
õ°ð´ñ¢?
(a) 63810
(b) 537804 (a) 505520 (b) 437950
(c) 3125736 (c) 124505 (d) 500555
(d) 35718
9. A six digit number is formed by 14. Which of the following numbers is not
repeating a three digit number. divisible by 18?
Example 341341 etc. Any number of this è¦ö¢è¢èí¢ì âï¢î âí¢ 18 Ýô¢ õ°ð죶?
form is always divisible by (a) 34056 (b) 50436
æ¼ ÝÁ Þôè¢è âí¢ æ¼ 3 Þôè¢è (c) 54036 (d) 65042
âí¢¬í ñ¢ð ñ¢ð â¿î¤ ¢
褬ìè¢èè¢Ã®ò ÝÁ Þôè¢è âí¢. 15. The numbers from 1 to 29 are written side
â-´ 341341 .âï¢î âí¢í£ô¢ by side as follows:
¢ñ¦îñ¤ô¢ô£ñô¢ õ°ð´ñ¢? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ……… 28 29 If
(a) 1100 (b) 1011 this number is divided by 9 then what is the
remainder?
(c) 1001 (d) 1010 åù¢Á ºîô¢ 29 õ¬óðè¢èõ£ì¢®ô¢
è¦ö¢è¢èí¢ìõ£Áâ¿îð¢ð´è¤ø¶.
10. The number 152207 when multiplied with
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ……… 28 29
X produces an 8-digit number with each
Þï¢îâí¢¬í 9 Ýô¢ õ°è¢°ñ¢«ð£¶ ñ¦î¤
digit 1. The number x is
âù¢ù õ¼ñ¢?
X âù¢ø âí¢í£ô¢ 152207 âù¢ø âí¢¬í
(a) 0 (b) 1
ªð¼è¢°ñ¢«ð£¶ ܬùñ¢ 1äè¢ ªè£í¢ì
â좴 Þôè¢èâí¢ è¤¬ìè¢è¤ø¶ âù¤ô¢ xù¢ (c) 3 (d) None of these
ñî¤ð¢¹ âù¢ù?
«ñø¢èí¢ìⶾñ¤ô¢¬ô
(a) 63 (b) 73

(c) 83 (d) 93

11. A four digit number is written of the form of


bbbb. Such a number is always divisible by
å¼ 4 Þôè¢è âí¢¬í bbbbâù¢ø
º¬øò¤ô¢ â¿î¤ù£ô¢ Üï¢î âí¢ âð¢ªð£¿¶ñ¢
è¦ö¢è¢èí¢ì âï¢î âí¢í£ô¢ õ°ð´ñ¢?
(a) 110 (b) 81

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TYPE 5 (a) 7 (b) 4
1. The number of three digit numbers formed
by 0, 3, 5. If none of them is repeated is (c) 5 (d) 6
0, 3, 5. Þõø¢ø¤ô¢ âï¢îªõ£¼ âí¢µñ¢
5. How many prime numbers are there in
ñ¢ð â¿î£ñô¢ 褬ìè¢èè¢Ã®ò Íù¢Á
between 1 and 100?
Þôè¢è âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è
1袰ñ¢ 100袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
(a) 2 (b) 3 âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è ò£¶?
(c) 4 (d) 5 (a) 28 (b) 24

2. The number of three digit numbers formed (c) 31 (d) 25


by 4, 7, 9. If none of them is repeated is
6. Find the range of first 10 prime
Þõø¢ø¤ô¢ âï¢î æó¢ âí¢µñ¢ ñ¢ð
numbers
â¿î£ñô¢ 褬ìè¢èè¢Ã®ò Íù¢Á Þôè¢è ºîô¢ 10 ðè£ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ õ¦ê¢² ò£¶?
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è? (a) 28 (b) 26
(a) 4 (b) 6
(c) 29 (d) 27
(c) 8 (d) 5
7. What is the sum of all prime numbers
TYPE 6 ( PRIME NUMBERS ) between 1 and 100?
1. What is the sum of all prime numbers 1袰ñ¢ 100 袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
between 100 and 120? âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ ò£¶?
100袰ñ¢ 120 袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
(a) 1060 (b) 1191
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ ò£¶?
(a) 424 (b) 533 (c) 983 (d) 1257

(c) 648 (d) 650 8. The sum of three prime number is 101.
the difference of two of them is 24.
2. The average of the first five prime What are the numbers?
numbers is Íù¢Á ðè£ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ 101.
ºîô¢ ä ðè£ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ êó£êó¤ Üõø¢ø¤ô¢ Þóí¢´ âí¢èÀ袰 Þ¬ìðì¢ì
ò£¶? õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 24 âù¤ô¢ Üõ¢ªõí¢è÷¢
(a) 5.0 (b) 5.2 ò£¬õ?

(c) 5.6 (d) 6.0 (a) 5, 59, 37 (b) 41, 53, 7

3. What is the sum of all prime numbers (c) 11, 37, 53 (d) 3, 61, 37
between 1 and 100?
9. The sum of the first seven prime
1袰ñ¢ 50 袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
numbers is
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ ò£¶?
ºîô¢ ã¿ ðè£ âí¢è÷¤ù ôîô¢
(a) 328 (b) 382
�
(c) 318 (d) 329 (a) 57 (b) 63

4. How many prime numbers are there in (c) 61 (d) 58


between 10 and 30?
10. How many prime numbers are there in
10袰ñ¢ 30袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
between 1 and 50?
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è ò£¶?
1袰ñ¢ 50袰ñ¢ Þ¬ì«ò»÷¢÷ ðè£
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è ò£¶?

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2. If the sum and product of two number are


(a) 15 (b) 16 60 and 864 respectively the numbers are
Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ ñø¢Áñ¢
(c) 14 (d) 17 ªð¼è¢èô¢ ðôù¢ º¬ø«ò 60 ñø¢Áñ¢ 864
âù¤ô¢, Üï¢î Þ¼ âí¢è÷¢
11. IN a set of first ‘x’ natural numbers
(a) 24, 36 (b) 20, 40
there are 30 prime numbers. Find the
number of composite numbers in the (c) 26, 34 (d) 10, 50
above set.
ºîô¢ ‘X‘ Þòô¢ âí¢è¬÷è¢ ªè£í¢ì 3. If the sum of two numbers is 1020 and
èíî¢î¤ô¢ 30 ðè£ âí¢è÷¢ à÷¢÷ù. their difference is 140 then the numbers
«ñø¢èí¢ì èíî¢î¤ô¢ à÷¢÷ ð° are
âí¢è÷¤ù¢ âí¢í¤è¢¬è¬òè¢ è£í¢. Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ Ã좴è 1020,
ñø¢Áñ¢ Üõø¢ø¤ù¢ õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 140 âù¤ô¢,
(a) x-30 (b) 30-x Üï¢î âí¢è÷¢

(c) x-29 (d) x-31 (a) 680, 440 (b) 540, 580

12. Which is the product of two odd (c) 580, 440 (d) 520,500
primes?
Þ¼ åø¢¬øð¢ ðè£ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ 4. Sum of two numbers is 60. The bigger
ªð¼è¢èø¢ðôù¢ â¶? number is 4 times the smaller one. Find
(a) 12 (b) 15
the numbers.
Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ 60. Üõø¢Á÷¢
(c) 18 (d) 25 ªðó¤ò âí¢í£ù¶ ê¤ø¤ò âí¢¬í𢠫ð£ô¢
4 ñì颰 âù¤ô¢ Üõ¢ªõí¢è¬÷è¢ è£í¢è.
13. A prime number is the one which is
(a) 46, 28
divisible by
(b) 48,12
(a) 2
(c) 35, 17
(b) 1 and itself only
(d) 36, 18
(c) itself
5. The difference of two numbers is 4 and
(d) none of these
their product is 140. The smaller
å¼ ðè£ âí¢ âù¢ð¶
(a) 2 Ýô¢ õ°ð´õ¶ number is
Þóí¢´ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 4,
(b) 1 ñø¢Áñ¢ Ü«î âí¢í£ô¢ ñ좴ñ¢
Üõø¢ø¤ù¢ ªð¼è¢°î¢ ªî£¬è 140 âù¤ô¢,
õ°ð´õ¶
ê¤ø¤ò âí¢ ò£¶?
(c) Ü«î âí¢í£ô¢ õ°ð´õ¶
(d) Þ¬õè÷¤ô¢ ⶾñ¤ô¢¬ô (a) 14 (b) 12

(c) 11 (d) 10
TYPE 7
1. The sum of two numbers is 25 and their 6. The product of two numbers is 192. If
product is 150. What are the numbers? the difference between these two
Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ Ã좴è 25, numbers is 4, what is the sum of these
Üîù¢ ªð¼è¢èô¢ ªî£¬è 150 âù¤ô¢ two numbers?
Üï¢î âí¢è÷¢ ò£¬õ? Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ªð¼è¢èø¢ðôù¢ 192.
(a) 20, 5 (b) 15, 10 Üï¢î Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 4
âù¤ô¢, Üõ¢õ¤¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢
(c) 25, 5 (d) 10, 10 âù¢ù?

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(a) 28 (b) 26 (c) 4336 (d) 5336

(c) 32 (d) 42 2. In a division sum the divisor is 12 times


the quotient and 5 times the remainder.
7. The sum of two numbers is 15 and their If the remainder is 24, then the
difference is 7. the larger number is dividend is
Þóí¢´ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ 15, å¼ õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢í¤ù¢ õ°î¢î¤ò£ù¶
Üõø¢ø¤ù¢ õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 7 Üõø¢ø¤ù¢
߬õð¢«ð£ô¢ 12 ñì颰, ñ¦î¤¬ò𢠫ð£ô¢
ªðó¤ò âí¢? 5 ñì颰 à÷¢÷¶. «ñ½ñ¢ ñ¦î¤ò£ù¶
(a) 9 (b) 7 24 âù¤ô¢, õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢
(c) 8 (d) 11 (a) 1224 (b) 1242

8. The difference of two numbers is 11 and (c) 1222 (d) 120


1
5
th of their sum is 9, the numbers are TYPE 9
Þóí¢´ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 11. 1. When 24 is subtracted from a number,
ܬõè÷¤ù¢ ôîô¤ô¢ 5Þô¢ å¼ ð颰 it reduces to its four-seventh. What is
9 âù¤ô¢, Üõ¢ªõí¢è÷¢ ò£¬õ? the sum of the digits of that number?
(a) 31, 20 (b) 30,19 å¼ âí¢í¤ô¤¼ï¢¶ 24-äè¢ èö¤è¢°ñ¢
1
«ð£¶, ܶ Üï¢î âí¢í¤ù¢ ñìé¢è£è
(c) 29,18 (d) 28,17 4
°¬øè¤ø¶. Üï¢î âí¢í¤ù¢
9. The sum of two numbers is 25, their Þôè¢èé¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ ò£¶?
difference is 15. What are the numbers? (a) 1 (b) 9
Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ 25, õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢
15 âù¤ô¢, Üï¢î âí¢è÷¢ ò£¬õ? (c) 11 (d) 10
(a) 25, 15 (b) 20, 5 TYPE 10
1. Find the number of divisions of 10000
(c) 10, 15 (d) 30, -5
excluding itself
10. The sum of two numbers is 55 and their 10,000äî¢ îõ¤ó 10000äî õ°è¢°ñ¢
difference is 7. Find the biggest number õ°î¢î¤è÷¢ âî¢î¬ù?
Þ¼ âí¢è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ 55. Üõø¢ø¤ù¢
õ¤î¢î¤ò£êñ¢ 7 âù¤ô¢ âí¢è÷¤ô¢ ñ¤èð¢ªðó¤ò (a) 24 (b) 25
âí¢¬í è£í¢
(c) 16 (d) 32
(a) 24 (b) 42

(c) 31 (d) 24
2. Find the number of divisions of 51200
TYPE 8
51200ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ ¢õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢
1. In a division sum the divisor is 10 times âí¢í¤è¢¬è âî¢î¬ù?
the quotient and 5 times the remainder. (a) 24 (b) 25
If the remainder is 46, then the
dividend is (c) 16 (d) 32
å¼ õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢í¤ù¢ õ°î¢î¤ò£ù¶ 3. Find the number of divisions of 1728
߬õð¢«ð£ô¢ 10 ñì颰, ñ¦î¤¬ò𢠫ð£ô¢ 1728ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢
5 ñì颰 à÷¢÷¶. «ñ½ñ¢ ñ¦î¤ò£ù¶ âí¢í¤è¢¬è âî¢î¬ù
46 âù¤ô¢, õ°ð´ñ¢ âí¢ (a) 24 (b) 32
(a) 4426 (b) 3426
(c) 28 (d) 31

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4. Find the number of divisions of 1420 ܬöð¢¹è¢° 20 ¬ðê£ õ¦îñ¢ Þ¼ï¢î£ô¢


1420 õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¢ âî¢î¬ù? .50袰 å¼õó¢ âî¢î¬ù ܬöð¢¹è÷¢ «ðê
(a) 18 (b) 15 Þò½ñ¢?
(a) 175 (b) 180
(c) 10 (d) 12
(c) 200 (d) 225
5. Find the number of divisions of 10800
10800 õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¢ âî¢î¬ù? 2. A man has 1044 candles. After burning, he can
(a) 72 (b) 60 make a new candle from 9 stubs left behind.
Find the maximum number of candles that can
(c) 65 (d) 54
be made.
TYPE 11 å¼ ñù¤îù¢ 1044 ªñ¿°õó¢î¢î¤è÷¢
1. Find the sum of the divisions of a numebr 225. ¬õ÷¢÷£ó¢. ðòù¢ð´î¢î¤ò 9
225ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ è£í¢. ªñ¿°õó¢î¢î¤ò¤ô¤¼ï¢¶ 1 ¹î¤ò ªñ¿°õó¢î¢î¤
(a) 430 (b) 403 àø¢ðî¢î¤ ªêò¢ò º®»ñ¢ âù¤ô¢ 1044
(c) 503 (d) 303 ªñ¿°õó¢î¢î¤¬ò ðòù¢ð´î¢î¤ò ð¤ù¢
âî¢î¬ù ªñ¿°õó¢î¢î¤ àø¢ðî¢î¤ ªêò¢ò
2. Find the sum of the divisions of a numebr120 º®»ñ¢?
120ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ è£í¢. (a) 116 (b) 120
(a) 360 (b) 420
(c) 130 (d) 140
(c) 480 (d) 630
3. If a clock strikes once at 1 O’clock, twice at 2
3. Find the sum of the divisions of a numebr 360. O’clock and so on, how many times will it strike
in a day?
360ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ è£í¢. å¼ è®è£óñ¢ å¼ ñí¤è¢° å¼ º¬ø,
(a) 1160 (b) 1280 Þóí¢´ ñí¤è¢° Þ¼ º¬ø âù¢ø º¬øò¤ô¢
ñí¤ åô¤è¢è¤ø¶ âù¤ô¢ å¼ ï£÷¤ô¢
(c) 1420 (d) 1170 ªñ£î¢îñ¢ âî¢î¬ù º¬ø ñí¤ åô¤è¢°ñ¢?
(a) 78 (b) 156
4. Find the sum of the divisions of a numebr 3125.
3125ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ (c) 178 (d) 256
è£í¢.
PSYCHOLOGY (cstpay; )
(a) 3906 (b) 3609

(c) 3096 (d) 3069 TYPE 1

5. Find the sum of the divisions of a numebr 1. A man has some hens and cows. If the
17640 number of heads be 48 and the number of
17640ä õ°è¢°ñ¢ õ°î¢î¤è÷¤ù¢ ôîô¢ feet equals 140, then the number of hens
è£í¢. will be:
(a) 66960 (b) 66690 xUthplk; rpy Nfhop kw;Wk; khL cs;sJ.
mq;Fs;s jiyfspd; vz;zpf;if 48
(c) 96660 (d) 69660 kw;wk; fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if 140 vdpy;
Nfhopfspd; vz;zpf;if?
TYPE 12
1. å¼ ªî£ö¤ø¢ê£¬ô ïèóî¢î¤ô¢ ªî£¬ô«ðê¤ let there be X Cow and Y Hen
ܬö𢹠èì¢ìíñ¢ Ýù¶ ºîô¢ 100
Then 4X+2Y= 140---------(1) and
ܬöð¢¹èÀ袰 å¼ Ü¬öð¢¹è¢° 30 ¬ðê£
õ¦îºñ¢, Ü´î¢î 100 ܬöð¢¹èÀ袰 25 X+Y= 48-------------------(2)
¬ðê£ õ¦îºñ¢, 200 ܬöð¢¹èÀ袰 «ñô¢

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Solving (1) and (2) , we get Rohan can see 84 heads and 282 legs. How
many hens are there?
X=22, Y=26 xU gz;idapy; rpy Nfhopfs; kw;Wk;
gd;wpfs; cs;sd.Nuhfd; vd;gth; 84
SHORTCUT jiyfs; kw;Wk; 282 fhy;fis
fhz;fpwhh; vdpy; me;j gz;idapy;
midj;J caphpfisAk; 4 fhy; Nfhopfspd; vz;zpf;if vd;d?
caphpfshf fUJf.
48*4= 192 fhy;fs; let there be X Pig and Y Hen
Mdhy; = 140 fhy;fs;
52 Then 4X+2Y= 282---------(1)
52 fhy;fs; mjpfkhf cs;sJ. ,e;j
fhy;fs; 2 fhy; caphpfis 4 fhy; and
caphpfshf fUjpajhy; te;jJ MFk;
vdNt 2 fhy; caphpfspd; vz;zpf;if X+Y= 84-------------------(2)
52/2=26
Solving (1) and (2) , we get
2. There are deer and peacocks in a zoo. By
X=57, Y=27
counting heads they are 80. The number
of their legs is 200. How many peacocks
are there ?
SHORTCUT
kpUff;fhl;rpapy rpy kapy;fs; kw;Wk;
khdfs; cs;sJ. mq;Fs;s jiyfspd; midj;J caphpfisAk; 4 fhy;
caphpfshf fUJf.
vz;zpf;if 80 kw;Wk; fhy;fspd;
84*4= 336 fhy;fs;
vz;zpf;if 200 vdpy; kapy;spd;
Mdhy; = 282 fhy;fs;
vz;zpf;if vd;d?
54

54 fhy;fs; mjpfkhf cs;sJ. ,e;j


let there be X deer and Y peacock fhy;fs; 2 fhy; caphpfis 4 fhy;
caphpfshf fUjpajhy; te;jJ MFk;
Then 4X+2Y= 200---------(1) vdNt 2 fhy; caphpfspd; vz;zpf;if
54/2=27
and
TYPE 2
X+Y= 80-------------------(2)
1. In a group of buffaloes and ducks, the
Solving (1) and (2) , we get number of legs are 24 more than twice
X=20, Y=60 the number of heads. What is the
number of buffaloes in the group?
SHORTCUT xU FOtpYs;s vUik kw;Wk;
midj;J caphpfisAk; 4 fhy; thj;Jfspd; fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if
caphpfshf fUJf. jiyfspd; 2 klq;if tpl 24 mjpfk;
80*4= 320 fhy;fs; vdpy; vUikfspd; vz;zpf;if?
Mdhy; = 200 fhy;fs;
120 Let the number of buffaloes be x and the
number of ducks be y
120 fhy;fs; mjpfkhf cs;sJ. ,e;j => 4x + 2y = 2 (x + y) + 24
fhy;fs; 2 fhy; caphpfis 4 fhy;
caphpfshf fUjpajhy; te;jJ MFk; => 2x = 24 => x = 12
vdNt 2 fhy; caphpfspd; vz;zpf;if
120/2=60

3. In a poultry farm having hens and pigs,

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,e;j khjphp Nfs;tpfspy; vt;tsT fhy;fspd; ,e;j khjphp Nfs;tpfspy; vt;tsT fhy;fspd;
vz;zpf;if mjpfk; cs;sNjh mjpy; ghjp vz;zpf;if mjpfk; cs;sNjh mjpy; ghjp
jhd; tpilahFk; 24/2=12 jhd; tpilahFk; 28/2=14

TYPE 3
2. In a group of buffaloes and ducks, the
1. In a caravan, in addition to 50 hens
number of legs are 14 more than twice
there are 45 goats and 8 camels with
the number of heads. What is the
some keepers. If the total number of
number of buffaloes in the group?
xU FOtpYs;s vUik kw;Wk; feet be 224 more than the number of
thj;Jfspd; fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if heads, find the number of keepers.
jiyfspd; 2 klq;if tpl 14 mjpfk; xU tz;bapy;> 50 Nfhopfs;> 45 MLfs;
vdpy; vUikfspd; vz;zpf;if? kw;Wk; 8 xl;lfq;fs; kw;Wk; rpy
Let the number of buffaloes be x and the tpahghhpfs; cs;sd. mq;F cs;s
number of duck be y. fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if jiyfspd;
vz;zpf;ifia tpl 224 mjpfk; vdpy;>
Then, 4x + 2y = 2 (x + y) + 14
me;j tpahghhpfspd; vz;zpf;if vd;d?
⇔ 4x + 2y = 2x + 2y + 14
⇔ 2x = 14 Let the number of keepers be x.
⇔x=7 Then, total number of feet =
2*50+4*45+4*8+2x
SHORTCUT
= 2x + 312
,e;j khjphp Nfs;tpfspy; vt;tsT fhy;fspd; Total number of heads = 50+45+8+x = 103 +
vz;zpf;if mjpfk; cs;sNjh mjpy; ghjp x
jhd; tpilahFk; 14/2=7 Now, (2x+312) = (103+x)+224
=> x = 15
3. In a group of ducks and cows the
number of legs are 28 more than twice
the number of heads. What is the
number of buffaloes in the group?
xU FOtpYs;s thj;J kw;Wk; gRf;fspd;
fhy;fspd; vz;zpf;if jiyfspd; 2
klq;if tpl 28 mjpfk; vdpy; gRf;fspd;
vz;zpf;if?

Let number of ducks =d=d


Number of cows =c=c
Then, total number of legs =2d+4c=2d+4c
Total number of heads =d+c=d+c
Given that total number of legs is 2828 more
than twice the number of heads
⇒2d+4c=28+2(d+c)⇒2c=28⇒c=14⇒2d+4c=28
+2(d+c)⇒2c=28⇒c=14

i.e., total number of cows =14

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PERCENTAGE 2. A student has to score 40% marks to pass.


He gets 250marks and fails by 38marks.
( MARKS - TYPE QUESTIONS) the maximum mark is
å¼ ñ£íõù¢ «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ªðø 40%
(SHORTCUTS) ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ â´è¢è «õí¢´ñ¢. Üõù¢
250 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ªðø¢Á 38
TYPE 1 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢
âù¤ô¢, Üï¢î «î£¢õ¤ù¢¢ ªñ£î¢î
1. A student has to score 40% marks to pass. ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾?
He gets 178 marks and fails by 22 marks.
the maximum mark is
å¼ ñ£íõù¢ «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ªðø 40%
(a) 720 (b) 750
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ â´è¢è «õí¢´ñ¢.
Üõù¢178 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ªðø¢Á 22 (c) 800 (d) 840
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢
âù¤ô¢, Üï¢î «î£¢õ¤ù¢¢ ªñ£î¢î Minimum pass marks 40%
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾?
But a student gets 250 marks and fails
(a) 200 (b) 500 by 38 marks

(c) 800 (d) 1000 The boy has to score 250+38=288 marks
to get a pass 40%

Minimum pass marks 40%


40% = 288
But a student gets 178 marks and fails
100% = ?
by 22 marks

The boy has to score 178+22=200 marks


to get a pass 40% 𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
=720

40% = 200 38 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤


100% = ? ܬìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, 250+38=288
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ngw;why; «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ngWthh;

𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 40% = 288


𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
=500
100% = ?
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
22 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤ 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=720
ܬìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, 178+22=200 3. å¼ ñ£íõ£¢ å¼ ¸¬ö¾ «î£¢¾
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ngw;why; «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ngWthh; ⿶è¤ø£ù¢. Üî¤ô¢ «î£¢ê¢ê¤ êîõ¦îñ¢
36% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢. Üï¢î ñ£íõù¢ 52
40% = 200
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 11 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
100% = ? «î£ô¢õ¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, Üï¢î
«î£¢õ¤ù¢¢ ªñ£î¢î ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾?
200*100/40=500 A student appears for an entrance exam
which has passing 36% marks. If the

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marks. Find the maximum marks of the
examination. But a student gets 125 marks and fails
by 40 marks
(a) 200 (b) 190
The boy has to score 125+40=165 marks
(c) 185 (d) 175
to get a pass

Minimum pass marks 36%% 33% = 165


But a student gets 52 marks and fails 100% = ?
by 11 marks

The boy has to score 52+11=63 marks


𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
to get a pass =500
𝟑𝟑𝟑𝟑

36% = 63 11 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤


100% = ? ܬìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, 125+40=165
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ngw;why;¢ «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ngWthh;

𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
33% = 165
𝟑𝟑𝟑𝟑
=175 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟑𝟑𝟑𝟑
=500

11 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤
ܬìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, 52+11=63
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ngw;why;¢ «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ngWthh; 5. A student has to obtain 25% of the
36% = 63 total marks to pass. He got 47 marks
and failed by 43 marks. The pass
100% = ? marks is
𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 a)90 b)110 c) 89 d) 93
𝟑𝟑𝟑𝟑
=175
xU khzth;> nkhj;j kjpg;ngz;zpy; 25%
I ngw;why; Njh;r;rp ngwyhk;. mth; 47
4. A student has to obtain 33% of the total marks kjpg;ngz;fs; ngw;Wk; 43 kjpg;ngz;fs;
Fiwthy; Njhy;tpAWfpwhh;. âù¤ô¢ Njh;r;rp
to pass. He got 125 marks and failed by 40
kjpg;ngz; vd;d?
marks. The maximum marks are
a) 300 b) 500 c) 800 d) 1000 Minimum pass marks 25%%
xU khzth;> nkhj;j kjpg;ngz;zpy; 33%I But a student gets 47 marks and fails
ngw;why; Njh;r;rp ngwyhk;. mth; 125 by 43 marks
kjpg;ngz;fs; ngw;Wk; 40 kjpg;ngz;fs;
Fiwthy; Njhy;tpAWfpwhh;. mjpfgl;r The boy has to score 47+43 =90 marks
kjpg;ngz; vd;d? to get a pass
a) 300 b) 500 c) 800 d) 1000

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43 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ «î£ô¢õ¤ 25 marks more than the minimum


ܬìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢, 47+43 =90 required marks. Find the maximum mark?
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ ngw;why;¢ «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ngWthh;
30% = fails by -25

TYPE 2 40% = pass+25

1. In a quarterly examination a student difference =40%-30%=10%


secured 30% marks and failed by 12 marks.
10%= 25-(-25)=25+25=50
In the same examination another student
secured 40% marks and got 28 marks more
10% = 25+25=50 marks
than minimum marks to pass. The
maximum marks in the examination is 10% = 50
xU fhyhz;L Njh;tpy; xU khztd;
30% kjpngz; ngw;W 12 kjpg;ngz;dhy; 100% = ?
Njhy;tp milfpwhd;. kw;nwhU khzth;
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
mNjh Njh;tpy; 40% kjpg;ngz; ngw;W
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=500
Njh;r;rp kjpg;ngz;id tpl 28 kjpg;ngz;
mjpfk; ngw;why; mj;Njh;tpd; nkhj;j 3. In a test a student got 30% marks and failed
kjpg;ngz; vt;tsT? by 5 marks. In the same test another
student got 40% marks and get 10 marks
(a) 300 (b) 500 more than the minimum required marks.
(c) 700 (d) 400 Find the maximum mark?
å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢ 30%
30% = fails by -12 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 5 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
«î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢. Ü«î «îó¢õ¤ô¢
40% = pass+28 ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 40% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢
ªðø¢Á 10 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á
difference=40%-30%=10%
«î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢ Üõ¤ù¢
10%= 28-(-12)=28+12=40 ªñ£î¢î ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾?
(a) 180 (b) 150
10% = 12+28=40 marks
(c) 300 (d) 300
10% = 40

100% = ?
30% = fails by -5
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
= 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=400 40% = pass+10
2. å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢ 30% difference =40%-30%=10%
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 25 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
«î£ô¢õ¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢. Ü«î «îó¢õ¤ô¢ 10%= 10-(-5)=10+5=15
ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 40% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢
ªðø¢Á 25 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á 10% = 15
«î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢ Üõ¤ù¢
ªñ£î¢î ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾? 100% = ?
In a test a student got 30% marks and 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
failed by 25 marks. In the same test 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=150
another student got 40% marks and get

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4. å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢ 30% 38% = +18


ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 6 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
«î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢. Ü«î «îó¢õ¤ô¢ 27% =-37
ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 40% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢
ªðø¢Á 6 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á ----------------------------
«î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢ Üõ¤ù¢
(38%-27%) =(18-(-37)
ªñ£î¢î ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ âõ¢õ÷¾?
In a test a student got 30% marks and 11% =55
failed by 6 marks. In the same test
another student got 40% marks and get 1% =5
6 marks more than the minimum required
marks. Find the maximum mark? 100% =500( Total Marks )
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=3.6
30% = fails by -6 𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓

40% = pass+6 38%-3.6%=34.4%

difference =40%-30%=10% 2. å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢ 20%


ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 30 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
10%= 6-(-6)=6+6=12 «î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢. Ü«î «îó¢õ¤ô¢
ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 32% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢
10% = 12 ªðø¢Á 42 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á
«î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢ âù¤ô¢ Üîl«îó¢õ¤ô¢
100% = ? «îó¢ê¢ê¤ ªðø âõ¢õ÷¾ % ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢
â´è¢è «õí¢´ñ¢. In a test a student
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=120 got 20% marks and failed by 30 marks.
In the same test another student got
TYPE 3 32% marks and get 42 marks more than
the pass mark Then the percentage of
1. A student secures a 38% of the total pass mark is :
marks in an exam and gets 18
marks more than the pass mark. A
second student secures a 27% of the (a)52% (b)25%
total marks in the same exam and
fails by 37 marks. What is the pass (c)33% (d)50%
mark as a percentage of the total 32% = +42
marks?
20% =-30
å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢ 38%
----------------------------
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 18 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢
Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á «î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢. (32%-20%) =(42-(-30)
ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 27% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ¢
ªðø¢Á 37 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢ 12% =72
«î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢. âù¤ô¢
100% =?
Üî«îó¢õ¤ô¢ Üõ¤ô¢
«îó¢ê¢ê¤ ªðø âõ¢õ÷¾ % 𝟕𝟕𝟕𝟕∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=600
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ â´è¢è «õí¢´ñ¢.
100% =600 ( Total Marks )

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𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏 kjpg;ngz;iz tpl 35 mjpfk; ngWfpwhh;.
𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔
= 7%
Njh;r;rp rjtPjk; vd;d?
Pass Percentage is
40% = +35
32%-7%= 25%
30% =-15
3. A student secures a 30% of the total
marks in an exam and gets 20 ----------------------------
marks more than the pass mark. A
second student secures a 20% of the (40%-30%) =(35-(-15)
total marks in the same exam and
fails by 5 marks. What is the pass 10% =50
mark as a percentage of the total
marks? 100% =500( Total Marks )
𝟑𝟑𝟑𝟑∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
=7%
å¼ «îó¢õ¤ô¢ å¼ ñ£íõù¢
30%ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ªðø¢Á 20 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ pass percentage is 40%-7%=33%
Üî¤èñ¢ ªðø¢Á «î£¢ê¢ê¤ò¬ìè¤ø£ù¢.
ñø¢ªø£¼ ñ£íõù¢ 20% ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢ ¢
ªðø¢Á 37 ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢í¤ô¢
«î£ô¢õ¤ ܬìè¤ø£ù¢. âù¤ô¢ TYPE 4
Üî«îó¢õ¤ô¢ Üõ¤ô¢
1. Two students appeared at an
«îó¢ê¢ê¤ ªðø âõ¢õ÷¾ % examination. One of them secured 9
ñî¤ð¢ªðí¢è÷¢ â´è¢è «õí¢´ñ¢. marks more than the other and his marks
was 56% of the sum of their marks. The
30% = +20 marks obtained by them are
20% =-5
xU Njh;tpy; ,U khzth;fs; fye;J
---------------------------- nfhs;fpd;wdh;. mjpy; xUth; kw;wtiu
tpl 9 kjpg;ngz;fs; mjpfk; ngWfpwhh;.
(30%-20%) =(20-(-5) mjpf kjpg;ngz; ngw;wthpd;
10% =25 kjpg;ngz;zhdJ mth;fs; ,Uthpd;
kjpg;ngz;zpd; $l;Lj; njhifapy;
100% =250( Total Marks ) 56% vdpy; mth;fs; ngw;w kjpg;ngz;
vt;tsT?
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐∗𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
=8%
a) 39,30 b) 41,32
30%-%=22%
c) 42,33 d) 43,34
4. A scored 30% marks and failed by 15 Let their marks be (x + 9) and x.
marks. B scored 40% marks and obtained 56
Then, x + 9 = (x + 9 + x)
35 marks more than those required to pass. 100
The pass percentage is : =>25(x + 9) = 14(2x + 9)
a) 33% b) 38% c) 43% d) 46% =>3x = 99
=>x = 33
A vd;gth; 30% kjpg;ngz; ngw;W> 15 So, their marks are 42 and 33
kjpg;ngz;fspy; Njhy;tpailfpwhh;. B 40%
kjpg;ngz; ngw;W> Njh;r;rpngw Njitahd

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shortcut 60% = ?
difference between two students 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟔𝟔𝟔𝟔
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
=57 Marks
marks is 9
20% = 9 marks
one got 56% other got 44%
40% = ?
56%-44%=12%
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
=38 Marks
12% = 9 marks
3. Two students appeared at an
56% = ? examination. One of them secured 13
𝟗𝟗∗𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓 marks more than the other and his marks
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=42 Marks was 76% of the sum of their marks. The
marks obtained by them are
12% = 9 marks

44% = ? xU Njh;tpy; ,U khzth;fs; fye;J


nfhs;fpd;wdh;. mjpy; xUth; kw;wtiu
𝟗𝟗∗𝟒𝟒𝟒𝟒
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏
=33 Marks tpl 13 kjpg;ngz;fs; mjpfk; ngWfpwhh;.
mjpf kjpg;ngz; ngw;wthpd;
2. Two students appeared at an kjpg;ngz;zhdJ mth;fs; ,Uthpd;
examination. One of them secured 19 kjpg;ngz;zpd; $l;Lj; njhifapy; 7%
marks more than the other and his marks
vdpy; mth;fs; ngw;w kjpg;ngz;
was 60% of the sum of their marks. The
marks obtained by them are vt;tsT?

a) 19,6 b34,21
xU Njh;tpy; ,U khzth;fs; fye;J
nfhs;fpd;wdh;. mjpy; xUth; kw;wtiu c) 102,89 d) 92,79
tpl 19 kjpg;ngz;fs; mjpfk; ngWfpwhh;. shortcut
mjpf kjpg;ngz; ngw;wthpd;
kjpg;ngz;zhdJ mth;fs; ,Uthpd; difference between two students
kjpg;ngz;zpd; $l;Lj; njhifapy;
marks is 13
60% vdpy; mth;fs; ngw;w kjpg;ngz;
vt;tsT? one got 76% other got 24%

a) 78,59 b) 57,38 76%-24%=52%

c) 45,26 d) 99,80 52% = 13 marks

shortcut 76% = ?
difference between two students 𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟕𝟕𝟕𝟕
𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
=19 Marks
marks is 19
52% = 13 marks
one got 60% other got 40%
24% = ?
60%-40%=20%
𝟏𝟏𝟏𝟏∗𝟐𝟐𝟐𝟐
𝟓𝟓𝟓𝟓
=6 Marks
20% = 19 marks

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