# Comparing Quantities: Quantitative Relation Between two Quantities

In this quiz, you will be going to solve questions based on the concept of comparing quantities, equivalent ratios, etc.

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The cost of 7 kg of potatoes is ₹ 42. How many kg of potatoes can be purchased for ₹ 96?

10 kg 12 kg 15 kg 16 kg

A motorcycle goes 120 km in 3 l of petrol. How much petrol will be required to go 600 km?

10 l 12 l 15 l 20 l

The interest on a sum of ₹ 2500 for 4 years at the interest rate 4% is

₹ 100 ₹ 200 ₹ 300 ₹ 400

Meenu purchased an item for ₹ 800 and sold the same for ₹ 1000. The gain percentage is

25% 20% 40% 50%

A watch was purchased for ₹ 316 and sold for ₹ 300. What is the loss?

₹ 16 ₹ 8 ₹ 24 ₹ 32

Convert 0.2 into per cent.

200% 2% 20% None of these

If 65% of students in a class have bicycle, what per cent of the students do not have bicycles ?

35% 25% 45% None of these

A survey of 40 children showed that 25% liked playing football. How many children liked playing football ?

10 20 30 None of these

Find 50% of 164.

72 62 82 None of these

The distance run by a horse in 20 seconds at a speed of 15m/sec =

300m 250m 400m 350m

A car is running at a speed of 99 km/hr. What distance will it cover in 30 seconds?

825m 850m 875m 900m

21% of Rs.250 is

Rs.52.50

Rs.50.50

Rs.51.50

Rs.53.50

0.063 as percentage is

6.3%

63%

630%

0.63%

A speed of 60 kilometres per hour means a distance of 60 kilometres in a time span of

1 hour

2 hours

10 hours

5 hours

The ratio of 6 kg to 400 g is:

10 : 1

15 : 1

12 : 1

6 : 1

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Title: Comparing Quantities: Quantitative Relation Between two Quantities
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