# Comparing Quantities Worksheet-1

Comparing Quantities Worksheet-1

1. Which of the following is the largest value?

(a) 55% of 1       (b) of 1        (c) 0.055            (d) 18% of 1

1. Which of the following value is the smallest?

(a) 25% of 100                              (b) 50% of 100

(c) of 100                                   (d) of 100

1. Which of the following is larger than 0.85?

(a)               (b)              (c)                 (d)

1. There were 1000 marbles in a store. Mohan bought th of the total marbles. Jay bought 0.3 times of the total marbels and Nitin bought the remaing marbles. Who has the most marbles?

(a) Mohan         (b) Nitin             (c) Jay                (d) Jay and Nitin

1. Put these values in correct decreasing (descending) order.

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(a)                     (b)

(c)                     (d)

1. Which decimal and percent are equivalent to ?

(a) 0.115, 12.25%                          (b) 0.5, 12%

(c) 1.25, 12.5%                               (d) 0.125, 12.5%

1. The table shows states and the portion of their population that is earning more than Rs. 30,000/year.

Which option lists the states in order from least to greatest portion of the population earning more than Rs. 30,000/ year?

(a) Rajasthan, Utter Pradesh, Gujrat, Bihar, Goa

(b) Goa, Rajasthan, Bihar,Utter Pradesh, Gujrat

(c) Utter Pradesh,Rajasthan, , Gujrat, Bihar, Goa

(d) Goa, Rajasthan, Utter Pradesh, Gujrat, Bihar,

1. How do you write 91.2% as a decimal?

(a) 9.12               (b) 0.9012         (c) 0.912            (d) 91.2

1. Which of the following is equal to 0.0273?

(a) 2.73%           (b) 27.3%           (c) 0.273%        (d) 20.73%

1. Ayan deposited Rs. 2,000 in a saving account at the interest rate of 4% per year. How much simple interest will he earn in 5 years?

(a) Rs. 800        (b) Rs. 1,000    (c) Rs. 450        (d) Rs. 400

1. Girish borrowed Rs. 4,000 from his cousin Susan at the rate of 8% per annum. He repaid the amount after two years. How much did he repay?

(a) Rs. 640        (b) Rs. 6,640    (c) Rs. 4,640     (d) Rs. 3,360

1. Tia put Rs. 3,500 into an investment yielding 4.5% annual interest. She left the money in for 8 years. How much interest does she get in those 8 years?

(a) Rs. 1,260     (b) Rs. 4,760    (c) Rs. 2,240     (d) Rs. 1,860

1. Anna invested Rs. 2,500 at an annual rate of 5%. How long will it take until Anna earns Rs. 1,125 in interest?

(a) 5 years         (b) 8 years         (c) 10 years       (d) 9 years

1. Jayesh invested Rs. 1,500 in an account which paid him 8.25% simple interest, what will be the balance of his account after 6 years?

(a) Rs. 742.50                               (b) Rs. 2242.50

(c) Rs. 2150                                   (d) Rs. 3256.55

1. Mr. Gupta wrote a check of Rs. 7,820 to pay off a loan, which was given to him at a rate of 5% simple interest for 3 years. How much money did he borrow originally?

(a) Rs. 5,400    (b) Rs. 6,800    (c) Rs. 3,240     (d) Rs. 14,620

1. If Rs. 3,840 is invested in an account at 5% annual simple interest, how long will it take the account balance to grow to Rs. 4,800?

(a) 12 years       (b) 6 years         (c) 5 years          (d) 8 years

1. Principal (p) = 1500, Rate (r) = 7%, Time (t) = 8 years. Calculate the Interest.

(a) Rs. 840        (b) Rs. 1200      (c) Rs. 2,340     (d) Rs. 660

1. Jack deposited Rs. 1400 in his bank account. After 3 years, the account is worth Rs. 1,694. Find the simple interest rate the account earned.

(a) 5%                 (b) 8%                 (c) 7.25%           (d) 7%

1. Principal = 360, Interest = Rs. 17.55, Time = 9 months. Calculate the Interest Rate.

(a) 6%                 (b) 7.65%           (c) 6.5%             (d) 5.5%

1. Anand borrowed Rs. 1500 for 6 months at 8.5% annual simple interest, how much will he repay at the end of the 6-month period?

(a) Rs. 63.75                                  (b) Rs. 1436.25

(c) Rs. 1563.70                              (d) Rs. 1563.75