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MBA Quantitative Aptitude Questions & Answers – Compound Interest and Simple Interest Set-I

Sep 1, 2016 09:30 IST

    1. Equal amounts of each Rs. 589542 are lent to two persons for 3 years. One @ 20% SI and second @ 20% CI annually. By how much per cent the CI is greater than the simple interest received in this 3 years duration?

    a) 23%

    b) 21.11%

    c) 33.33%

    d) None of these

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    2. Sandeep lends twice the interest received from Virender to Dinesh at the half of the interest at which he lent to Virender. If Sandeep lent Rs. P @ r% per annum for 1 year to Virender then the interest received by Sandeep from Dinesh is:

    How to solve problems on Simple and Compound Interest

    3. The population Himalayan Quail in a particular locality is decreases by a certain rate of interest (compounded annually). If the current population of Himalayan Quail be 58320 and the ratio of decrease in population for second year and 3rd year be 10: 9. What was the population of Himalayan Quail 3 years ago?

    a) 60000

    b) 75000

    c) 80000

    d) 90000

    4. Find out the total annual amount invested by Ms. Sanya if she invests 12% of her monthly salary, i.e. Rs.6336 in Fixed Deposits. Later, she invests 20% of her monthly salary on health Insurance Policies; also she invests another 8% of her monthly salary on Mutual Funds. ?

    a) Rs.553440 

    b) Rs.506880 

    c) Rs.635672

    d) Rs.636324  

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    5. A man lends one of his prize money of Rs 20,000 to four persons. If he gets an interest of 12% on Rs 6000 from the first person, 8% for another Rs 6000, 4% on Rs 4000, what rate must he get on the remaining part to make his average annual interest 16%?

    a) 28

    b) 46

    c) 36

    d) 42

    6. Ramit invested a certain sum of money at 8% p.a. simple interest for ‘n’ years. At the end of ‘n’ years, Ramit got back 4 times his original investment. What is the value of n?

    a) 50 years

    b) 25 years

    c) 12 years 6 months

    d) 37 years 6 months

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    7. Mr. John invested a certain sum of money in a simple interest bond whose value grew to $300 at the end of 3 years and to $400 at the end of another 5 years. What was the rate of interest in which he invested his sum?

    a) 12%

    b) 12.5%

    c) 6.25%

    d) 8.33%

    8. Find SI on Rs. 3000 at 18% p.a. for the period 5 February 2013 to 18 April 2013, both days inclusive.

    a) Rs. 108

    b) Rs. 439

    c) Rs. 180

    d) None of these

    9. A household want to diversified his investment and invest Rs. 24,000 as a part of it at a bank at the rate of 10% per annum. But due to some pressing needs he has to withdraw the entire money after 3 years, for lower rate of interest. If he gets  Rs. 6,640 less than what he would have got at the end of 5 years, the rate of interest allowed by the bank is:

    a) 8.25%

    b) 7.44%

    c) 6.25%

    d) 8.75%

    10. A sum of Rs 4000 is partly lent at the rate of 4% and the remaining part at the rate of 3% for 2 years. In what ratio is the money parted so that the interest received after two years is RS 280.

    a) 1:1

    b) 2:1

    c) 1:2

    d) 1:3

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