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Basic Numeracy/Quantitative Aptitude

49. The price of a pair of trousers was decreased by 22% to $30. What was the original price of the trousers?

(a) $37.5
(b) $38.5
(c) $39.5
(d) $40.5

50. The price of an item changed from $120 to $100. Then later the price decreased again from $100 to $80. Which of the two decreases was larger in percentage term?

(a) First
(b) Second
(c) Both
(d) Cannot say

51. The price of an item decreased by 20% to $200. Then later the price decreased again from $200 to $150. What is the percent of decrease from the original price to the final price of $150?

(a) 25%
(b) 30%
(c) 35%
(d) 40%

52. A number increases from 30 to 40 and then decreases from 40 to 30. Compare the percent of increase from 30 to 40 and that of the decrease from 40 to 30.

(a) 33%, 25%
(b) 33% , 32%
(c) 25%, 32%
(d) 25%, 33%

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