**Directions(1-5):** Find the odd number from the following series.

- 24,120,360,840,1820,3024
1820120302424840Option A

1*2*3*4 = 24

2*3*4*5 = 120

3*4*5*6 = 360

4*5*6*7 = 840

5*6*7*8 = 1680

6*7*8*9 = 3024

1680 should be in place of 1820. - -1,14,20,54,116,180
205414180-1Option D

2^2-5

3^2+5

5^2-5

7^2+5

11^2-5

13^2+5

174 should be in place of 180. - 60,66,84,114,130,210
606613011484Option C

60+(6*1)

66+(6*3)

84+(6*5)

114+(6*7)

156+(6*9)

156 should be in place of 130. - 6,18,36,60,90,144
90126186036Option B

(2^3 – 1^3)- 1

(3^3 – 2^3)- 1

(4^3 – 3^3)- 1

(5^3 – 4^3)- 1

(6^3 – 5^3)- 1

(7^3 – 6^3)- 1

126 should be in place of 144. - 6,33,78,141,208,321
33786208141Option D

3^2-3 = 6

6^2-3 = 33

9^2-3 = 78

12^2-3 = 141

15^2-3 = 222

18^2-3 = 321

222 should be in place of 208. - If the expenditure of Company A in the year 2011 and 2012 was in the ratio 6 : 5, what was the ratio of its incomes?
14 : 1913 : 1011 : 913 : 1117 : 10Option B

E1/E2 = 6/5

So, E1 = 6 E2 = 5

Now, I1 = E1*(100+30)/100 = E1*1.3

I2 = E2*1.2

I1/I2 = E1/E2*1.3/1.2

= (6*1.3)/(5*1.2) = 78/60

I1/I2 = 13/10 = 13 : 10 - The income of Company A in the year 2012 and the expenditure of Company B in the year 2009 was the same, that is Rs.90 lakh. What will be the ratio of the income of Company B in 2009 to the expenditure of Company A in the year 2012?
11:139:56:72:93:5Option B

%( P)A = 20%

(Expenditure)A = I/1.2 = 90/1.2 = 75 lakhs

%(P)B = 35%

(Income)B = 90 × 1.35 = 135 lakhs

Ratio = 135/75 = 9/5 - In which of the following years is the percentage of expenditure with respect to income is 80% for Company A?
90%70%60%50%80%Option E

Let the expenditure be x.

Income = x*(100+25)/100 = 1.25x

% = x/1.25x*100 = 100/1.25 = 80% - If the expenditure of Company B in the year 2010 was Rs. 40 lakh, what was its income (in Rs) in the year 2013?
34 lakhs20 lakhs55 lakhsData Inadequate.62 lakhsOption D

Data Inadequate. - If the income of Company B in year 2009 was Rs91.8 lakh, what was its expenditure (in Rs) in that year?
Rs. 80 lakhRs. 68 lakhRs. 75 lakhRs. 64 lakhRs.50 lakhOption B

%Profit = 35%

Expenditure = Income ×100/100 %P

Thus, 91.8*100/135 = Rs. 68 lakh

**Directions(6-10):** Following graph shows the percentage profit gained by two companies A and B over the years 2008 to 2013.