**Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below:**

**1. Suppose the interest rate of plan III is changed to that of plan I, how much more or less one can earn as interest on a principle amount of Rs. 20,000?**

1) Rs. 1229 more

2) Rs. 880 more

3) Rs. 939 more

4) Rs. 899 less

5) Rs. 989 less

**2. If the investment term under plan IV is tripled, what will be the approximate interest earned under the new plan?**

1) Rs. 19072.27

2) Rs. 19,585.70

3) Rs. 18,955.70

4) Rs. 16,575.90

5) Rs. 20,585.90

**3. After maturity of plan II if the amount along with interest is reinvested in plan I what will be the maturity amount after a period of 24 months?**

1) Rs. 47,500. 95

2) Rs. 47806.75

3) Rs. 50706.25

4) Cannot be determined

5) Other than given options

**4. What is the ratio between interests earned under plan III (compounded annually) and plan III (if the interest is not compounded)?**

1) 168 : 163

2) 201 : 209

3) 211 : 219

4) 209 : 200

5) 219 : 210

**5. A minimum for how many months should one invest Rs. 45,000 in plan IV so that the interest earned is not less than Rs. 11950?**

1) 48

2) 38

3) 32

4) 24

5) 12

**6. The average weight of three men J, K and L is 75 kg. Another man M joins the group and the average now becomes 78 kg. If another man N whose weight is 5 kg less than that of M, replace J then the average weight of K, L, M and N becomes 77 kg. Find the weight of J.**

1) 84 kg

2) 88 kg

3) 86 kg

4) 90 kg

5) Other than given options

**7. In how many ways a committee of 6 members can be selected from 6 men and 5 women, consisting of 4 men and 2 women?**

1) 150

2) 200

3) 175

4) Other than given options

5) 180

**8. There are 50 buckets and 50 persons. Person 1 keeps one ball in every bucket, person 2 keeps two balls in every 2nd bucket, person three keeps 3 balls in every third bucket. This process goes on till 50th person keeps 50 balls in 50th bucket. Find the total number of balls kept in 50th bucket.**

1) 85

2) 90

3) 92

4) 93

5) 81

**9. Ten years ago the average age of a family of four members was 28 years. Two children have been born, the present average age of family is same. What are the present ages of the children if the age difference between both the children is 2 years?**

1) 7 & 9 years

2) 6 & 8 years

3) 7 & 5 years

4) Other than given options

5) 6 & 4 years

**10. In an examination, every candidate took German or English or both subjects as a language paper. 76.5% of the candidates took German and 48.7% took English. If the total number of candidates appeared in the examination is 3250, then how many candidates took both the subjects?**

1) 819

2) 835

3) 845

4) 865