# Tag Archives: QA – Placement Quizzes-Percentages

Sudheer’s family can use the water up to 10 days when the tank is full. If the water consumption of his family is increased by… Read More
A product is sold at two consecutive discounts of 30% and subsequently 40%. If the marked price on the product is 1500, What is the… Read More
A product is sold at two consecutive discounts of 30% and subsequently 40%. If the product is sold for 1500, what is the marked price… Read More
5 years ago the ratio of Shyam’s age to Ram’s age is 3:2. If Ram’s present age is 25% less than Shyam’s present age. What… Read More
5 years ago age of Ram was 50 % less than Shyam’s age. If the ratio of Shyam’s present age to Ram’s present age 4:3.… Read More
Ram spends 20% of is salary on food, 15 % of remaining on cloths, and 400 on entertainment. If his salary is 10000, how much… Read More
Ram spends 20% of is salary on food, 15 % of remaining on cloths, and 400 on entertainment. If his salary is 10000, how much… Read More
Ram spends 20% of is salary on food, 15 % of remaining on cloths, and 400 on entertainment. If his salary is 10000, how much… Read More
Jack and Robert appeared in an examination. Robert scored 9 marks less than Jack. Jack’s score was 56% of the sum of their scores added… Read More
Felix spends 66.66% of his salary and saves Rs 1200 every month. Calculate his monthly expenditure in Rupees. (A) Rs 2402 (B) Rs 2400 (C)… Read More
Barack spends Rs 6650 to buy some goods and gets a rebate of 6% on it. After this, he pays a sales tax of 10%.… Read More
Mary buys an item at Rs 25 in a sale and saves Rs 5. Find out the percentage of her savings. (A) 40/3 % (B)… Read More
Jack consumes 75% of his salary. Later his salary is increased by 20% and he increases his expenditures by 10%. Find the percentage increase in… Read More
The price of sugar is decreased by 10%. As a consequence, monthly sales is increased by 30%. Find out the percentage increase in monthly revenue.… Read More
Mary’s salary is reduced by 10%. By what percentage must her new salary be increased in order to gain her old salary? (A) 137⁄9 %… Read More