Quantity I: There are two types of animals in a pet shop. Some are puppies and some are kittens. Each kitten takes 8 biscuits and each puppy takes 11 biscuits. If 500 biscuits were eaten by 55 animals. Find the number of puppies?

Quantity II: A, B, C, D purchased a toffees of Rs. 56 the share of B + C + D is 460% of A and the share of A + C + D is 366.66% of B and the share of C is 40% of A + B + D. Find the share of D.

- What will be the age of A after 2 years? Quantity I: The ratio between the present ages of A and B is 7:10 respectively and B is 9 years elder than A. Quantity II: 21 years
- A bag contains 4 yellow, 5 black and 7 white flowers. Three flowers are drawn randomly. Quantity I: What is the probability that all three flowers are of white colour? Quantity II: What is the probability that all three flowers are of different colour?
- How many litres of liquid A was contained by the Can initially? Quantity I. A Can contains a mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio 7: 5. When 9 litres of mixture are drawn off and the Can is filled with B, the ratio of A and B becomes 7: 9 . Quantity II. A Can contains a mixture of two liquids A and B in the ratio 4:1. When 10 litres of mixture are drawn off and the Can is filled with B, the ratio of A and B becomes 2: 3
- At what time will a train reach city P from city Q? Statement I: The 600 meter long train crosses a signal pole in 20 seconds. Statement II: The another train crosses a 400 m long platform in 30 secs. Statement III: The train leaves city P at 10:00 am for city Q situated at a distance of 1,620 km.
- Quantity I: The cash price of a notebook is Rs. 100 but is can also be purchased on 11 monthly equal instalments of Rs. 10 each. Find rate of S.I.? Quantity II: Cost price of 12 articles is equal to selling price of 9 articles while the discount given on 10 articles is equal to the profit earn on 5 articles. Find the difference between profit %and discount %?
- Quantity 1: If a student scores 25% marks then he is failed by 210 marks. But if he score 55% marks than he is passed with 240 marks. Find the passing percent? Quantity 2: A man saves a certain part of his income every month, so that he can purchase a car in one year. By what % he must increase in his saving, so that he can purchase the same car in nine month?
- Quantity I: A student multiplied a number by 3/5 instead of 5/3. What is the % error in the calculation? Quantity II: The population of a town is 2,34,000. 4/9 of them are males and rest are females. If 30% of males are married and number of married females is 2.5 times of married males. Find the percent of married females out of total females in the town?
- What will be the age of A after 3 years? Quantity I: The ratio between the present ages of A and B is 9:11 respectively and B is 6 years elder than A. Quantity II: 28 years
- In the question, two quantities I and II are given. You have to solve both the quantities to establish the correct relation between Quantity-I and Quantity-II and choose the correct option. P + Q + R = 15, All the three values (P, Q and R) are not equal. Quantity I : What is the maximum value of product of three when all are positive integers. Quantity II : What is maximum value of product of three if value is greater than -10.
- In the question, two quantities I and II are given. You have to solve both the quantities to establish the correct relation between Quantity-I and Quantity-II and choose the correct option. I. 2x
^{2}+ 7x + k = 0 II. (ay + b)^{2}= 0 Find the value of “k”. When it is given that: 1. Larger roots of equation I is equal to larger root of equation II. 2. Smaller root of equation I is -2.

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