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1. At the end of the day one market stall had 16 apples and 48 oranges left. Another market stall had 36 apples and 24 oranges left. What is the difference between the percentages of apples left in the two market stalls?
Ans: 35%
Sol.
First stall 16 out of 64= 25%.
Second stall 36 out of 60 = 60%.
Difference in percentages = 35%.
 
2. At a recent small town election for mayor a total of 963 votes were cast for the four candidates, the winner exceding his opponents by 53, 79 and 105 votes, respectively. How many votes were cast for each candidate?
Ans: 195
Sol.
The number of votes the winning candidate received was
963 + 53 + 79 + 105 = 300.
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The second received 300 – 53 = 247,
The third received 300 – 105 = 195.
 
 
3. In a consignment of eggs 552 were cracked, which was 12 percent of the total consignment. How many eggs were in the consignment?
Ans: 4600.
Sol.
(552 ÷ 12) × 100 = 4600.