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- Question 1 of 40
##### 1. Question

Madhan was 3 times as old as his daughter 10 years ago. After 10 years, Madhan will be twice as old as his daughter. Find out the present age of Madhan.

CorrectLet age of the daughter before 10 years = x

Then, age of Madhan before 10 years = 3x

After 10 years, Madhan will be twice as old as his daughter.

? 3x + 20 = 2( x+20)

? x = 20

? Present age of Madhan = 3x + 10

= 3× 20+ 10

= 70 years.

IncorrectLet age of the daughter before 10 years = x

Then, age of Madhan before 10 years = 3x

After 10 years, Madhan will be twice as old as his daughter.

? 3x + 20 = 2( x+20)

? x = 20

? Present age of Madhan = 3x + 10

= 3× 20+ 10

= 70 years.

- Question 2 of 40
##### 2. Question

P walks around a circular field at the rate of two rounds per hour while Q runs around it at the rate of eight rounds per hour. They start in the opposite direction from the same point at 6.45 a.m. They shall first cross each other at?

CorrectSince P and Q move in the opposite direction along the circular field, so they will first meet each other when there is a difference of one round between the two.

Relative speed of P and Q = 8+2 = 10 rounds per hour.

Time taken to complete one round at this speed = 1/10 hr = 6 min.

6 Hrs 45 min + 6 min = 6 hrs 51 min i.e, 6.51 a.m

IncorrectSince P and Q move in the opposite direction along the circular field, so they will first meet each other when there is a difference of one round between the two.

Relative speed of P and Q = 8+2 = 10 rounds per hour.

Time taken to complete one round at this speed = 1/10 hr = 6 min.

6 Hrs 45 min + 6 min = 6 hrs 51 min i.e, 6.51 a.m

- Question 3 of 40
##### 3. Question

**Three pipes P, Q and R can fill a tank from empty to full in 40 minutes, 15 minutes, and 30 minutes respectively. When the tank is empty, all the three pipes are opened. P, Q and R discharge chemical solutions X, Y and Z respectively. What is the proportion of the solution Y in the liquid in the tank after 5 minutes?**CorrectPart of the tank filled by pipe P in 1 minute = 1 / 40

Part of the tank filled by pipe Q in 1 minute = 1 / 15

Part of the tank filled by pipe R in 1 minute = 1/ 30

Here we have to find the proportion of the solution Y.

Pipe Q discharges chemical solution Y.

Part of the tank filled by pipe Q in 5 minutes

= 5 × 1 / 15 = 1 / 3

Part of the tank filled by pipe P, Q, R together in 1 minute

= 1/40 + 1/15 + 1/30

= (3+8+4)/120 = 15 / 120 = 1 / 8.

Part of the tank filled by pipe P, Q, R together in 5 minute

= 5 × 1/8 = 5/ 8

Required proportion = (1/3) / ( 5/8) = 8 / 15

IncorrectPart of the tank filled by pipe P in 1 minute = 1 / 40

Part of the tank filled by pipe Q in 1 minute = 1 / 15

Part of the tank filled by pipe R in 1 minute = 1/ 30

Here we have to find the proportion of the solution Y.

Pipe Q discharges chemical solution Y.

Part of the tank filled by pipe Q in 5 minutes

= 5 × 1 / 15 = 1 / 3

Part of the tank filled by pipe P, Q, R together in 1 minute

= 1/40 + 1/15 + 1/30

= (3+8+4)/120 = 15 / 120 = 1 / 8.

Part of the tank filled by pipe P, Q, R together in 5 minute

= 5 × 1/8 = 5/ 8

Required proportion = (1/3) / ( 5/8) = 8 / 15

- Question 4 of 40
##### 4. Question

**A boat running downstream covers a distance of 20 km in 5 hours while for covering the same distance upstream, it takes 10 hours. What is the speed of the stream?**CorrectRate of downstream=(20 / 5 ) kmph= 4kmph

Rate of upstream =( 20/10) kmph= 2kmph

Therefore Speed of the stream= (1/2)(4 – 2) kmph= 1 kmph

IncorrectRate of downstream=(20 / 5 ) kmph= 4kmph

Rate of upstream =( 20/10) kmph= 2kmph

Therefore Speed of the stream= (1/2)(4 – 2) kmph= 1 kmph

- Question 5 of 40
##### 5. Question

**Two stations X and Y are 170 km apart on a straight line. One train starts from X at 6 a.m. and travels towards Y at 25 kmph. Another train starts from Y at 8 a.m. and travels towards X at a speed of 35 kmph. At what time will they meet?**CorrectSuppose they meet z hours after 6 a.m.

Distance covered by X in z hours = 25× z km.

Distance covered by Y in (z – 2) hours = 35(z – 2) km.

Therefore 25z + 35(z- 2) = 170

60z = 240

Z = 4.

So, they meet at 10 a.m.

IncorrectSuppose they meet z hours after 6 a.m.

Distance covered by X in z hours = 25× z km.

Distance covered by Y in (z – 2) hours = 35(z – 2) km.

Therefore 25z + 35(z- 2) = 170

60z = 240

Z = 4.

So, they meet at 10 a.m.

- Question 6 of 40
##### 6. Question

**Simple interest on a certain sum of money for 4 years at 5% per annum is half the compound interest on Rs. 8000 for 2 years at 10% per annum. The sum placed on simple interest is:**CorrectC.I = 8000 * (1+(10/100))

^{2}–8000= 8000 *110/100 * 110/100 – 8000 = 9680 – 8000 = Rs.1680

Therefore, S.I = C.I / 2 = 1680 / 2=Rs. 840

840 = sum * 4 * 5 / 100

:. Sum = Rs.(840 * 100)/ (4 *5) = Rs.4200

IncorrectC.I = 8000 * (1+(10/100))

^{2}–8000= 8000 *110/100 * 110/100 – 8000 = 9680 – 8000 = Rs.1680

Therefore, S.I = C.I / 2 = 1680 / 2=Rs. 840

840 = sum * 4 * 5 / 100

:. Sum = Rs.(840 * 100)/ (4 *5) = Rs.4200

- Question 7 of 40
##### 7. Question

**On selling 25 balls at Rs. 1015, there is a profit equal to the cost price of 10 balls. What is the cost price of a ball?**CorrectProfit = (S.P of 25 balls) – (C.P of 25 balls) = 1015 – (C.P of 25 balls)

Given that Profit = (C.P of 10 balls)

=> 1015 – (C.P of 25 balls) = (C.P of 10 balls)

=> (C.P of 25 balls) + (C.P of 10 balls) = 1015

=> C.P of 35 balls = 1015

=> C.P of 1 ball=1015 / 35 = Rs. 29

IncorrectProfit = (S.P of 25 balls) – (C.P of 25 balls) = 1015 – (C.P of 25 balls)

Given that Profit = (C.P of 10 balls)

=> 1015 – (C.P of 25 balls) = (C.P of 10 balls)

=> (C.P of 25 balls) + (C.P of 10 balls) = 1015

=> C.P of 35 balls = 1015

=> C.P of 1 ball=1015 / 35 = Rs. 29

- Question 8 of 40
##### 8. Question

**A letter lock consists of four rings each marked with five different letters. The number of distinct unsuccessful attempts to open the lock is at the most -.**CorrectSince each ring consists of five different letters, the total number of attempts possible with the four rings is =5 * 5 * 5 * 5 = 625. Of these attempts, one of them is a successful attempt.

Maximum number of unsuccessful attempts = 625 – 1 = 624.

IncorrectSince each ring consists of five different letters, the total number of attempts possible with the four rings is =5 * 5 * 5 * 5 = 625. Of these attempts, one of them is a successful attempt.

Maximum number of unsuccessful attempts = 625 – 1 = 624.

- Question 9 of 40
##### 9. Question

**Arun started a business with Rs. 40,000 and is joined afterwards by Arul with Rs.60, 000. After how many months did Arul join if the profits at the end of the year are divided equally?**CorrectSuppose, Arul joined after x months.

Then, 40000 * 12 = 60000 * (12 – x) => 48 = 72 – 6x => 6x = 24 → x = 4

IncorrectSuppose, Arul joined after x months.

Then, 40000 * 12 = 60000 * (12 – x) => 48 = 72 – 6x => 6x = 24 → x = 4

- Question 10 of 40
##### 10. Question

**Kathir and Anand can do a work in 20 days and 30 days respectively. Kathir started the work and left after 4 days. Anand took over and completed the work. In how many days was the total work completed?**CorrectKathir’s one day’s work= 1/20

Kathir’s 4 day’s work =4* (1/20) = 1/5

Work left= 1-1/5 = 4 /5

Anand’s one day’s work= 1/30

Anand can do work in = (4/5) *(30/ 1) = 24 days

So total days = 24+4 = 28 days

IncorrectKathir’s one day’s work= 1/20

Kathir’s 4 day’s work =4* (1/20) = 1/5

Work left= 1-1/5 = 4 /5

Anand’s one day’s work= 1/30

Anand can do work in = (4/5) *(30/ 1) = 24 days

So total days = 24+4 = 28 days

- Question 11 of 40
##### 11. Question

**Population of a city is 1.2 lakh. If the population of male increases by 5% and the female by 10%, the population will be 1.2835 lakh. What is the number of female in the city ?**CorrectLet the population of female is ‘x’.

Population of male = 1.2 – x

= (110x/100) + [(105/100) (1.2 – x)] = 1.2835

110 x + 126 – 105x = 128.35

5x = 128.35 – 126 = 2.35

x = (2.35/5) = 0.47lakh = 47000

IncorrectLet the population of female is ‘x’.

Population of male = 1.2 – x

= (110x/100) + [(105/100) (1.2 – x)] = 1.2835

110 x + 126 – 105x = 128.35

5x = 128.35 – 126 = 2.35

x = (2.35/5) = 0.47lakh = 47000

- Question 12 of 40
##### 12. Question

A shopkeeper marks his goods 20% above the cost price but give 11% discount on it. If he sells the article for Rs.1575.30 then what is the cost price ?

CorrectLet the cost price is ‘x’

x×(120/ 100) × (89/100) = 1575.3

x = (157530 × 100) / (120×89) = 1475

IncorrectLet the cost price is ‘x’

x×(120/ 100) × (89/100) = 1575.3

x = (157530 × 100) / (120×89) = 1475

- Question 13 of 40
##### 13. Question

**If Rs. 6200 amounts to Rs. 8804 in 3 years 6 months, what will Rs. 7800 amount to in 4 years 6 months at the same rate percent per annum ?**CorrectS.I. = 8804 – 6200 = 2604

r = (2604 × 100) / (6200 × 3.5) = 12% p.a

Now for Rs. 7800, S.I. = (7800 × 4.5 × 12)/100 = 4212

Req. amount = 7800 + 4212 = 12012

IncorrectS.I. = 8804 – 6200 = 2604

r = (2604 × 100) / (6200 × 3.5) = 12% p.a

Now for Rs. 7800, S.I. = (7800 × 4.5 × 12)/100 = 4212

Req. amount = 7800 + 4212 = 12012

- Question 14 of 40
##### 14. Question

**The compound interest on a certain sum of money for two years at 8% p.a. is Rs. 499.20. What will be the simple interest at the same rate and for the same time period ?**CorrectP[1 +( 8/100)]

^{2}– P = 499.20P (27/25)

^{2}– P = 499.20P (729-625) / 625 = 499.20

P = (499.20 × 625) / 104 = 3000

S.I = (3000 × 8 × 2) / 100 = 480

IncorrectP[1 +( 8/100)]

^{2}– P = 499.20P (27/25)

^{2}– P = 499.20P (729-625) / 625 = 499.20

P = (499.20 × 625) / 104 = 3000

S.I = (3000 × 8 × 2) / 100 = 480

- Question 15 of 40
##### 15. Question

**Certain number of persons can do a work in 50 days. If there were 7 persons more the work could be finished in 14 days less. How many persons were there initially ?**CorrectLet the original number of men ‘x’

7 person (50 – 14 = 36) days work = x persons 14 days work

x = (7 × 36)/14 = 18

IncorrectLet the original number of men ‘x’

7 person (50 – 14 = 36) days work = x persons 14 days work

x = (7 × 36)/14 = 18

- Question 16 of 40
##### 16. Question

**[7.995 + 25.96 + 13.02]****÷****2.490 = ? What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)**Correct? = (7.995 + 25.96 + 13.02) ÷ 2.490

= (8 + 26 + 13) ÷ 2.5 = 47 ÷ 2.5 ≈ 19

Incorrect? = (7.995 + 25.96 + 13.02) ÷ 2.490

= (8 + 26 + 13) ÷ 2.5 = 47 ÷ 2.5 ≈ 19

- Question 17 of 40
##### 17. Question

**(5.95 x 8.06) ÷ (8.03 x 2.04) = ? – 4.95 What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)**Correct? -. 4 95 = (5.95 × 8.06) ÷ (8.03 × 2.04)

- ? – 5 = (6 × 8) / (8 × 2) = 3

? ≈ 3 + 5 = 8

Incorrect? -. 4 95 = (5.95 × 8.06) ÷ (8.03 × 2.04)

- ? – 5 = (6 × 8) / (8 × 2) = 3

? ≈ 3 + 5 = 8

- Question 18 of 40
##### 18. Question

**4.014 ÷ 1.894 x 15.011 ÷ 8.971= (?) What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)**Correct**Answer: c**(?) = 4.014 ÷ 1.894 × 15.011 ÷ 8.971

≈ 4 ÷ 2 × 15 ÷ 9 = 2 × 15 ÷ 9 = (30/9) ≈ 3

Incorrect**Answer: c**(?) = 4.014 ÷ 1.894 × 15.011 ÷ 8.971

≈ 4 ÷ 2 × 15 ÷ 9 = 2 × 15 ÷ 9 = (30/9) ≈ 3

- Question 19 of 40
##### 19. Question

**(6.90)**^{3}– (2.99)^{3}– (6.02)^{3}= (?)^{2 What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)}Correct( ?)

^{2}= (6.90)^{3}– (2.99)^{3}– (6.02)^{3}≈ (7)

^{3}– (3)^{3}– (6)^{3}= 343 – 27 – 216 = 343 – 243 = 100

? = √100 = 10

Incorrect( ?)

^{2}= (6.90)^{3}– (2.99)^{3}– (6.02)^{3}≈ (7)

^{3}– (3)^{3}– (6)^{3}= 343 – 27 – 216 = 343 – 243 = 100

? = √100 = 10

- Question 20 of 40
##### 20. Question

**[(6.03 x 2.98) – (1.99 x 2.01**^{2})] / (2.05^{3}—36^{0.5}) = ? What approximate value will come in place of question mark (?) in the following questions? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value.)Correct? = [ (6.03 x 2.98) – (1.99 x 2.01

^{2}) ] / [ (2.05)^{3}-36^{0.5}]= (6 × 3 – 2 × 2

^{2}) / [(2)^{3}– (36)^{1/2}] = 10 / (8-6) = 10/2 ≈ 5Incorrect? = [ (6.03 x 2.98) – (1.99 x 2.01

^{2}) ] / [ (2.05)^{3}-36^{0.5}]= (6 × 3 – 2 × 2

^{2}) / [(2)^{3}– (36)^{1/2}] = 10 / (8-6) = 10/2 ≈ 5 - Question 21 of 40
##### 21. Question

The students of ABC Institute take part in various extra-curricular activities, the distribution of which is as shown below. Total number of 800

**What the difference between the, total number of students taking part in Volleyball and Swimming together and the total number of students talking part in Football?**CorrectReqd difference = (26 + 16 – 17)% of 800 = 25% of 800 = 200

IncorrectReqd difference = (26 + 16 – 17)% of 800 = 25% of 800 = 200

- Question 22 of 40
##### 22. Question

The students of ABC Institute take part in various extra-curricular activities, the distribution of which is as shown below. Total number of 800

**What is the ratio of the total number of students taking part in Tennis and Swimming together to that taking part in Cricket and Football together?**CorrectRequired ratio = (22 + 16) / (19+17) = 38/36 = 19:18

IncorrectRequired ratio = (22 + 16) / (19+17) = 38/36 = 19:18

- Question 23 of 40
##### 23. Question

The students of ABC Institute take part in various extra-curricular activities, the distribution of which is as shown below. Total number of 800

**What is the number of girls who take part in Volleyball, if the ratio of boys to girls is 5 : 11?**CorrectNumber of students taking part in Volleyball = (26 × 800)/100 = 208

Let the number of boys be 5x and girls be I I x.

Now, 5x + 11x = 208

or, I6x =.208

x = 208 /16 =13

Number of girl students who take part in Volleyball = I I x 13 = 143

IncorrectNumber of students taking part in Volleyball = (26 × 800)/100 = 208

Let the number of boys be 5x and girls be I I x.

Now, 5x + 11x = 208

or, I6x =.208

x = 208 /16 =13

Number of girl students who take part in Volleyball = I I x 13 = 143

- Question 24 of 40
##### 24. Question

The students of ABC Institute take part in various extra-curricular activities, the distribution of which is as shown below. Total number of

**What is the average number of students taking part in Tennis, Cricket, Football and Swimming?**CorrectReqd average [ (22+19+17+16)%of 800 ] / 4

= (74% of 800) / 4= (74 x 800) / (100×4) = 148

IncorrectReqd average [ (22+19+17+16)%of 800 ] / 4

= (74% of 800) / 4= (74 x 800) / (100×4) = 148

- Question 25 of 40
##### 25. Question

**If out of the number of students taking part in Tennis, 79 are girls, what is the difference between the number of boys and that of girls taking part in Tennis?**CorrectTotal number of students taking part in Tennis = 22% of 800 = (22 x 800) /100 = 176

Out of the number of students taking part in tennis, 79 are girls.

The number of boys who take part in Tennis = 176 — 79 = 97

Difference = 97 — 79 = 18

IncorrectTotal number of students taking part in Tennis = 22% of 800 = (22 x 800) /100 = 176

Out of the number of students taking part in tennis, 79 are girls.

The number of boys who take part in Tennis = 176 — 79 = 97

Difference = 97 — 79 = 18

- Question 26 of 40
##### 26. Question

**15, 16, 10, 33, ?, 66.25 What will come in place of the question mark :**Correctx1+1, ÷2+2, x3+3, ÷4+4, x5+5

Incorrectx1+1, ÷2+2, x3+3, ÷4+4, x5+5

- Question 27 of 40
##### 27. Question

**2, 9, 82, ?, 32826 What will come in place of the question mark :**Correctx2^2-2+3, x3^2-3+4, x4^2-4+5, x5^2-5+6

Incorrectx2^2-2+3, x3^2-3+4, x4^2-4+5, x5^2-5+6

- Question 28 of 40
##### 28. Question

**32, 321, 682, 1123, ?, 2277 What will come in place of the question mark :**Correct+17^2, +19^2, +21^2, +23^2, +25^2

Incorrect+17^2, +19^2, +21^2, +23^2, +25^2

- Question 29 of 40
##### 29. Question

**84, ?, 78, 109, 72, 113, 70 What will come in place of the question mark :**Correct+23, -29, +31, -37, +41, -43

Incorrect+23, -29, +31, -37, +41, -43

- Question 30 of 40
##### 30. Question

**11, 15, ?, 71, 333 What will come in place of the question mark :**CorrectDiff of diff is multiples of 6

IncorrectDiff of diff is multiples of 6

- Question 31 of 40
##### 31. Question

**3**^{3 }÷ 3^{7 }× (27)^{2 }× 11.25 + 75% of 45 = ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?Correct? = 3

^{3 }÷ 3^{7 }× (3^{3})^{2 }× 11.25 + [(75 × 45) / 100]= (3)

^{3 + 6 }^{–}^{ 7}× 11.25 + 33.75= 9

^{ }× 11.25 + 33.75= 101.25 + 33.75 = 135

Incorrect? = 3

^{3 }÷ 3^{7 }× (3^{3})^{2 }× 11.25 + [(75 × 45) / 100]= (3)

^{3 + 6 }^{–}^{ 7}× 11.25 + 33.75= 9

^{ }× 11.25 + 33.75= 101.25 + 33.75 = 135

- Question 32 of 40
##### 32. Question

**144% of 185 – 44% of 85 = 200 + ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**Correct[(144 × 185) / 100] – [(44 × 85) / 100]

= 266.7 – 37.4 = 229 = 200 + 29

Incorrect[(144 × 185) / 100] – [(44 × 85) / 100]

= 266.7 – 37.4 = 229 = 200 + 29

- Question 33 of 40
##### 33. Question

**(17.35)**^{2 }– (8.85)^{2 }= 200 + ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?Correct(17.35)

^{2 }– (8.85)^{2 }= (17.35 + 8.85) (17.35 – 8.85)= 2.62 × 8.5 = 222.7

Incorrect(17.35)

^{2 }– (8.85)^{2 }= (17.35 + 8.85) (17.35 – 8.85)= 2.62 × 8.5 = 222.7

- Question 34 of 40
##### 34. Question

**(1 / 13) × 3237 + (3 / 14) × 5362 + 200% of 1 = ? + 1335 What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**Correct(3237 / 13) + [(3 × 5362) / 14] + [ (200 × 1) / 100]

= 249 + 1149 + 2 = 1400

? = 1400 – 1335 = 65

Incorrect(3237 / 13) + [(3 × 5362) / 14] + [ (200 × 1) / 100]

= 249 + 1149 + 2 = 1400

? = 1400 – 1335 = 65

- Question 35 of 40
##### 35. Question

**(11 / 7) of (5 / 8) of (13 / 9) of 8568 = ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**CorrectIncorrect - Question 36 of 40
##### 36. Question

**200.1 × 9.9 – 25 × 62.5 + 12 × 144 = ?– 26.49 What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**Correct200.1 × 9.9 – 25 × 62.5 + 12 × 144 = ?– 26.49

Or, 1980.99 – 1562.5 + 1728 = ?– 26.49

Or, ? = 1980.99 + 1728 + 26.49 – 1562.5

= 3735.48 – 1562.5 = 2172.98

Incorrect200.1 × 9.9 – 25 × 62.5 + 12 × 144 = ?– 26.49

Or, 1980.99 – 1562.5 + 1728 = ?– 26.49

Or, ? = 1980.99 + 1728 + 26.49 – 1562.5

= 3735.48 – 1562.5 = 2172.98

- Question 37 of 40
##### 37. Question

**√48**_{ }+√80 + √176 + √324 – √121 = ? + 7 + 4√11 What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?Correct? + 7 + 4√11

_{ }=√48 + √80 + √176 + √324 – √121Or, ? = 4√3 + 4√5 + 4√ + 7 – 7 – 4√11

= 4 (√3 + √5 )

Incorrect? + 7 + 4√11

_{ }=√48 + √80 + √176 + √324 – √121Or, ? = 4√3 + 4√5 + 4√ + 7 – 7 – 4√11

= 4 (√3 + √5 )

- Question 38 of 40
##### 38. Question

**1265 ÷ 25.3 + 102 × 98 – (23)**^{2}= ?**What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**Correct1265 / 25.3 + 102 × 98 – (23)

^{2}= ?= 50 + 9996 – 529 = 9517

Incorrect1265 / 25.3 + 102 × 98 – (23)

^{2}= ?= 50 + 9996 – 529 = 9517

- Question 39 of 40
##### 39. Question

^{3}√12167 +^{3}√21952% of 280 –^{3}√704969% of 56 = ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?Correct^{3}√12167 +^{3}√21952% of 280 –^{3}√704969% of 56 = ?= 23 + [ (28 × 280) / 100 ] – [ (89 × 56) / 100 ]

= 23 + 78.4 – 49.84 = 51.56

Incorrect^{3}√12167 +^{3}√21952% of 280 –^{3}√704969% of 56 = ?= 23 + [ (28 × 280) / 100 ] – [ (89 × 56) / 100 ]

= 23 + 78.4 – 49.84 = 51.56

- Question 40 of 40
##### 40. Question

**{ [ 33 (17 / 25) ] × [ 34 (22 / 37) ] } + { [ 35 (28 / 52) ] × [ 36 (37 / 57) ] } = ? What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following questions?**Correct= ?{ [ 33 (17 / 25) ] × [ 34 (22 / 37) ] } + { [ 35 (28 / 52) ] × [ 36 (37 / 57) ] }

= [ (842 / 25) × (1280 / 37) ] + [ (1848 / 52) × (2089 / 57) ]

= [ (842 / 5) × (256 / 37) ] + [ (616 / 52) × (2089 / 19) ]

= (215552 / 185) + (1286824 / 988)

= 1165.14 + 1302.45 = 2467.59

Incorrect= ?{ [ 33 (17 / 25) ] × [ 34 (22 / 37) ] } + { [ 35 (28 / 52) ] × [ 36 (37 / 57) ] }

= [ (842 / 25) × (1280 / 37) ] + [ (1848 / 52) × (2089 / 57) ]

= [ (842 / 5) × (256 / 37) ] + [ (616 / 52) × (2089 / 19) ]

= (215552 / 185) + (1286824 / 988)

= 1165.14 + 1302.45 = 2467.59