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MCQ: If a baker bakes 50 chocolate cakes and sold only 35 cakes then the percentage of sold cakes is

  1. 80%
  2. 70%
  3. 85%
  4. 75%


MCQ: A men's coat selling for $800 was marked down by 15% in winter end sale. If it was not sold and therefore marked down further by 10% the price of men's winter coat is

  1. $652
  2. $648
  3. $635
  4. $612


MCQ: In State Christmas fair, 35000 pupil participated from City A whose total population is 120 000 while 25000 pupil took part from City B whose population is 150 000. The percentage of pupil who took part in fair from each city is

  1. city A 12% and city B 15%
  2. city A 28% and city B 34%
  3. city A 29.167% and city B 16.67%
  4. city A 32% and city B 15%


MCQ: If a student scored 120 out of 150 marks in English then the percentage for obtained marks in English is

  1. 90%
  2. 85%
  3. 75%
  4. 80%


MCQ: If there are 50 students in class and 95% got passed then the students who failed the test (in numbers) are

  1. 8 students
  2. 11 students
  3. 9 students
  4. 10 students