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

Three companies — A, B, and C produce a particular item in two different types —I and II. Total number of items of both types produced by all three companies is 62000 and total items I and II produced by company A is 15200. The ratio of the numbers of type I to type II items produced by A
is 9 : 10. Type I items produced by Company B is 175% of type I items produced by A. Total items (both I and II) produced by B is 150% of total items produced by A. The number of type I items produced by C is 20% more than the number of type II items produced by A.


1. What is the number of type II items produced by B?
1) 9600
2) 10200
3) 14400
4) 12600
5) None

2. What is the ratio of the number of type I items to the number of type II items produced by Company C?
1) 2 : 3
2) 3 : 4
3) 4 : 5
4) 5 : 6
5) None of these

3. What is the average number of type I items produced by all three companies?
1) 9650
2) 9800
3) 9960
4) 10200
5) None of these

4. The number of type II items produced by C is what percentage of the total number of items produced by C?
1) 80%
2) 75%
3) 60%
4) 50%
5) 40%

5. What is the difference between the total number of type II items and the total number of type I items produced by all three companies together?
1) 2750
2) 2800
3) 3000
4) 3150
5) None of these

Answers
1. 2
2. 1; Ratio =  9600/14400=2/3
3. 2; Average number of type I items produced= 7200* 12600* 9600/3
= 29400/3= 9800
4. 3; Type II produced by C = 14400
Total C = 24000
Reqd % =14400/24000*100
60% of no. of items by C
5. 5; Type I = 7200 +12600 + 9600 = 29400
Type II = 8000 + 10200 + 14400 = 32600
 Diff = 32600 – 29400 = 3200


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