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A. 60%
B. 20%
C. 50%
D. 10%


Amit and Nikita appeared in an examination. If the difference of their marks is 60 and percentage difference of their marks is given as 30. Find the full marks for which examination has been held.

A. 200
B. 300
C. 400
D. 500


The income of a man is increased by 20% and now he gets Rs. 480 per day. What was his income before the increase?

A. Rs. 250
B. Rs. 400
C. Rs. 450
D. Rs. 480


The income of a person is increased by 10%. For high prices, the expenses also increased by 12%. The income of the person before the increase was Rs. 725 and savings excluding expenses was Rs. 25. Now how much he can save after the increase?

A. Rs. 13.50
B. Rs. 13.20
C. Rs. 15.20
D. Rs. 15


The daily wage is decreased by 15% and Ram get Rs. 17 per day. What was his daily wage before the decrease?

A. Rs. 30
B. Rs. 35
C. Rs. 20
D. Rs. 25