This set of Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Revaluation”.

1. The face value of a share is revalued from 80 per share to 100 per share. If the market value is 75% of the face value and the selling price is 200% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 30 rupees

b) 40 rupees

c) 45 rupees

d) 50 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 80 rupees

The initial market value = 75% of 80 = 60 rupees

The initial selling price = 200% of the market value = 120 rupees

The changed face value = 100 rupees

The changed market value = 75% of 100 = 75 rupees

The changed selling price = 75% of the market value = 150 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 150 – 120 = 30 rupees.

2. The face value of a share is revalued from 120 per share to 50 per share. If the market value is 120% of the face value and the selling price is 50% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 37 rupees

b) 42 rupees

c) 45 rupees

d) 50 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 120 rupees

The initial market value = 120% of 120 = 144 rupees

The initial selling price = 50% of the market value = 72 rupees

The changed face value = 50 rupees

The changed market value = 120% of 50 = 60 rupees

The changed selling price = 50% of the market value = 30 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 72 – 30 = 42 rupees.

3. The face value of a share is revalued from 150 per share to 90 per share. If the market value is 60% of the face value and the selling price is 125% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 30 rupees

b) 40 rupees

c) 45 rupees

d) 50 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 150 rupees

The initial market value = 60% of 150 = 90 rupees

The initial selling price = 125% of the market value = 112.5 rupees

The changed face value = 90 rupees

The changed market value = 60% of 90 = 54 rupees

The changed selling price = 125% of the market value = 67.5 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 112.5 – 67.5 = 45 rupees.

4. The face value of a share is revalued from 500 per share to 750 per share. If the market value is 150% of the face value and the selling price is 75% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 28.125 rupees

b) 28.250 rupees

c) 29.375 rupees

d) 29.500 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 500 rupees

The initial market value = 150% of 500 = 750 rupees

The initial selling price = 75% of the market value = 562.5 rupees

The changed face value = 750 rupees

The changed market value = 150% of 750 = 1125 rupees

The changed selling price = 75% of the market value = 843.75 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 843.75 – 562.5 = 28.125 rupees.

5. The face value of a share is revalued from 350 per share to 400 per share. If the market value is 30% of the face value and the selling price is 500% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 50 rupees

b) 75 rupees

c) 100 rupees

d) 125 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 350 rupees

The initial market value = 30% of 350 = 105 rupees

The initial selling price = 500% of the market value = 525 rupees

The changed face value = 400 rupees

The changed market value = 30% of 400 = 120 rupees

The changed selling price = 500% of the market value = 600 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 600 – 525 = 75 rupees.

6. The face value of a share is revalued from 130 per share to 142 per share. If the market value is 50% of the face value and the selling price is 190% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 83.60 rupees

b) 85.75 rupees

c) 88.88 rupees

d) 90 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 130 rupees

The initial market value = 50% of 130 = 65 rupees

The initial selling price = 190% of the market value = 123.50 rupees

The changed face value = 142 rupees

The changed market value = 50% of 42 = 21 rupees

The changed selling price = 190% of the market value = 39.90 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 123.50 – 39.90 = 83.60 rupees.

7. The face value of a share is revalued from 90 per share to 100 per share. If the market value is 175% of the face value and the selling price is 200% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 32 rupees

b) 35 rupees

c) 41 rupees

d) 45 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 90 rupees

The initial market value = 175% of 90 = 157.50 rupees

The initial selling price = 200% of the market value = 315 rupees

The changed face value = 100 rupees

The changed market value = 175% of 100 = 175 rupees

The changed selling price = 200% of the market value = 350 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 350 – 315 = 35 rupees.

8. The face value of a share is revalued from 120 per share to 180 per share. If the market value is 250% of the face value and the selling price is 250% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 330 rupees

b) 340 rupees

c) 345 rupees

d) 375 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 120 rupees

The initial market value = 250% of 120 = 300 rupees

The initial selling price = 250% of the market value = 750 rupees

The changed face value = 180 rupees

The changed market value = 250% of 180 = 450 rupees

The changed selling price = 250% of the market value = 1125 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 1125 – 750 = 375 rupees.

9. The face value of a share is revalued from 1215 per share to 1255 per share. If the market value is 120% of the face value and the selling price is 170% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 81.6 rupees

b) 82.4 rupees

c) 83.2 rupees

d) 84.8 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 1215 rupees

The initial market value = 120% of 1215 = 1458 rupees

The initial selling price = 170% of the market value = 2478.6 rupees

The changed face value = 1255 rupees

The changed market value = 1201% of 750 = 1506 rupees

The changed selling price = 170% of the market value = 2560.2 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 2560.2 – 2478.6 = 81.6 rupees.

10. The face value of a share is revalued from 1000 per share to 2000 per share. If the market value is 50% of the face value and the selling price is 400% of the market value, find the change in the selling price.

a) 1000 rupees

b) 2000 rupees

c) 3500 rupees

d) 4000 rupees

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Explanation: The initial face value = 1000 rupees

The initial market value = 50% of 1000 = 500 rupees

The initial selling price = 400% of the market value = 2000 rupees

The changed face value = 2000 rupees

The changed market value = 50% of 2000 = 1000 rupees

The changed selling price = 400% of the market value = 4000 rupees

The difference in selling prices = 4000 – 2000 = 2000 rupees.

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