percentage,ratio proportion,discount,profit loss ,simple interest test

The price of a television is 425\$ and the price of the accessories is 75\$. When the television and accessories are purchased together, the price is 480\$. The amount saved by purchasing the television and accessories together is approximately what percent of the total price of the television and accessories when purchased separately?
4%
8%
20\$
2%
10%
The cost of an article decreases every year by 20% to its previous value. Find its original cost if after 3 years its value is 19200\$.
57600\$
38400\$
40000\$
38000\$
37500\$
A sum of 4500\$ amounts to 4950\$ in 2 years. Find the rate of simple interest charged.
2%
10%
5%
4%
4.5%
A number is increased by 20% and then decreased by 20%. What would be the relation between the final number and the original number?
4% more
Remains the same
20% more
20% less
4% less
If percentage increase of 108 to 162 is same as the percentage increase of 66 to some number, find the number.
90
98
88
65
99
Soni is 20% heavier than Rekha in weight. By how much percent is Rekha lighter than Soni?
20%
25%
16.67%
None of these
A man spends 88% of his income and save Rs. 372. What is his income (in Rs.)?
2850
416.67
423
3100
The length and width of a rectangular garden were each increased by 20%, and then what would be the per cent increase in the area of the garden?
20%
24%
36%
44%
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