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1.Two dice are rolled together what is the probability that the total score is odd and prime number greater then 5

(1) 5/9
(2) 7/36
(3) 2/9
(4) 5/36
(5) None of these

Solution

The table shows the number of hours of work in a month by the teachers of a Lucknow University and their distribution in self study teaching and research. Also it shows the Rs. paid for research and teaching for one hour. Study it and answer the questions that follow.
Where, R = Research, T = Teaching, S = Self study

2. Which of the following teachers earns the maximum from teaching in the whole month?
(1) Dr. Tiwari
(2) Dr. Dube
(3) Dr. Tripathi
(4) Dr. Mishra
(5) None of these

Sol :
None of these

3. What is the total earning in the month of Dr. Tiwari?
(1) Rs. 31962
(2) Rs. 32962
(3) Rs. 30962
(4) Rs. 30862
(5) None of these

Sol :

4. Time spent by Dr. Mishra on research is what percent of time spent by Dr. Dubey on self study approximate?

(1) 75%
(2) 80%
(3) 78%
(4) 76%
(5) 85%

Sol:
5. In a month how much does Dr. Tripathi earn from teaching?

(1) Rs. 26385
(2) Rs. 28395
(3) Rs. 26585
(4) Rs. 28445
(5) None of these

6. How many hours does Dr. Shukla teach?

(1) 64 hours
(2) 48 hours
(3) 52 hours
(4) 56 hours
(5) None of these

Sol:

The circulation of the “The Hindu” newspaper is 4,00,000 copies, while its closest competitors are “Times of India” and “Hindustan Times” which sell 350000 and 10% more than that respectively. All the newspaper cost Rs. 8 each. The hawker’s commission offered by the three papers are 10%, 20% and 25% respectively (these commission are calculated on the sales price of the newspaper). Also, it is known that newspaper earn primarily through sales and advertising.

7. Taking the base as the net revenue of “The Hindu”, the percentage difference of the net revenue between the “The Hindu” and “Hindustan Times”?

(1) 15.76%
(2) 17.67%
(3) 17.79%
(4) 15.77%
(5) None of these

Sol :
None of these

8. What is the ratio of commission paid by “Times of India” and “Hindustan Times”?

(1) 31 : 5
(2) 32 : 7
(3) 33 : 8
(4) 31 : 9
(5) 32 : 11

Sol:
32:7

9 If the sales of “Times of India” is increased by 25% by what % net revenue will increase?

(1) 25%
(2) 20%
(3) 35%
(4) 30%
(5) 50%

10. By what % revenue of “Times of India” is less than the total revenue of “The Hindu”?

(1) 10%
(2) 12.5%
(3) 13%
(4) 15.5%
(5) 16.66%