Q14) The cost price of 6 Dairy Milks is equal to the selling price of 10 Kitkats and the cost price of 6 Kitkats is equal to the selling price of 1 Dairy Milk. The net profit percent on the sale of a Dairy Milk and a Kitkat is 50%. Find the profit percentage on the sale of each Kitkat.[Assume all Dairy Milks are identical and the same applies to Kitkats]
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RE: Quant Question Bank by VP  Set 1

RE: Question Bank  Logical Reasoning
Q1) There are four houses numbered 1 to 4 from east to west respectively with 1 as the extreme right position and 4 at the extreme left position. Four Professors Manoj , Binny , Vinay and Sachin reside in those four houses. Their surnames are Sharma, Garg, Singh and Tewari not necessarily in the same order. These professors own Audi, BMW, Skoda and Mercedes not necessarily in the same order. They bought these cars in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 not necessarily in the same order. They teach Economics, HR, Finance and Ethics not necessarily in the same order.
A) Manoj Singh does not own Audi. Audi's owner teaches Economics.
B) Binny has a Skoda car.
C) Mr Garg lives in house number 3.
D) Mr Sharma is the professor of Ethics.
E) The person who bought car in 2001 is HR professor and his car is not BMW.
F) Vinay is the professor of Finance.
G) Mr Tewari did not buy his car in 2004. The person who bought the car in 2004 is living in the house which is to the immediate west of the person who bought the car in 2002.
H) Sachin's house number is 4.Who bought the car in 2004?
a) Vinay
b) Binny
c) Manoj
d) Sachin[Answer  Option A]

RE: Quant Question Bank by VP  Set 1
Q71) An ecommerce website offers 20% discount on the products and still earns a profit of 20%. Due to high production of a particular product the cost price of the product went down by 10%. By how much percent should the website reduce the marked price so that the new profit earned by the website is 25% while offering the same discount as earlier?

RE: Quant Question Bank by VP  Set 2
Q20) Three natural numbers a, b and c are such that a^2 + b^2= c^2. If a = 20, how many ordered pairs (b, c) are possible?

RE: Quant Question Bank by VP  Set 2
Q25) Two people start swimming from the opposite ends of a swimming pool simultaneously. They meet at a distance of 410 m from one of the ends and continue swimming further till they reach the opposite ends. They take rest for 1 hr each and then start off the return journey. Now they meet at a distance of 230 m from the other end. Find the length of the pool.
(1) 750 m
(2) 1000 m
(3) 1100 m
(4) 840 m