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according to IBPS-PO, IBPS-Clerk, IBPS-SO and other PO/Clerk level

competitive exams. The main aim of the Digi-notes is to develop the

notion of the percentage so that candidate would be able to handle the

quantitative problems of the real world easily and conveniently and

hence in their competitive exams. Candidates are advised to handle the

Digi-notes by pre-assuming that they are going to learn the rule of the

language of the percentage so that you; yourself would be able to

minimize the steps required to conclude the answer of the question

and hence develop the SHORT TRICKS.

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Contents

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Preface ... 2

Contents . 3

Introduction . 4

What is Percentage? .. 5

Strategy...... 6

The Percentage calculation Techniques ...... 7

The Application of Unitary Method 15

The Application of Venn diagram . 22

Percentage Increase/Percentage Decrease..... 31

Percentages.. 40

11. The Percentage Change in the Product of Two or More

Quantities .... 43

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Introduction:

to analyse and solve the quantitative problems in day to day life;

percentage plays an important role as it provides a convenient method

to relate two or more entities in the real world. It is extensively used in

data analysis in any organization.

Percentage is the backbone of the entire Quantitative Aptitude. It is

spread everywhere in the entire Quantitative Aptitude. If anyone

analyses a paper of 50 questions; he/she would find that; nearly 80%

questions (I stated it in terms of percentage) involves the concept of

percentage calculation extending from profit/loss/discount; simple

interest; compound interest; its application in Alligation; in time work

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equipped with how to speak the language of percentage while dealing

with the question.

What is Percent?

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would see the sign % we would think as there is a multiplication by

Strategy:

following strategy (Our main aim would be to develop those logical

steps which would make us psychologically strong enough to evolve

the so called SHORT TRICKS of a question):

1. The percentage calculation technique (Most candidates do not

know that they are weak in the percentage calculation technique

which is extensively used in Data Analysis; and they think that

Data Analysis is very tough).

2. The application of Unitary Method; when the base of the given

percentages are same.

3. The Application of Venn diagram; in questions in which the data

overlaps.

4. The Percentage Increase and/or Percentage Decrease. When the

base of the given percentages are different; the application of

initial/Final value, again it is another form of Unitary Method.

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6. The percentage change in PRODUCT of two or more quantities.

`

Just Keep one thing in mind; while calculating the percentage value of

a given quantity (Q); try to extract the information that from which

quantity it is compared (C) and then put it in the denominator and then

multiply it by 100 and finally put % sign after that (just to nullify the

To sum up:

From the above discussion we could conclude and easily digest the

following in our mind:

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Q.1.

Sol:

= .

= . .

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Q.2:

Sol:

=

Q.3:

Sol:

= ( ) %

= %

Q.4:

Sol:

= ( ) %

= %

Q.5:

The salary of a person is increased from Rs.4050 to

Rs.4500. Find the percentage increased in his salary?

Sol:

% = ( ) %

= %

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Rs.4050. Find the percentage decreased in his salary?

Sol:

) %

= %

%=(

1. P is what percent of Q?

2. Q is what percent of P?

3. P is what percent of (P+Q)?

4. Q is what percent of (P+Q)?

5. P is what percent less than Q?

6. Q is what percent more than P?

Sol 1: ( ) % = %

Sol 2: ( ) % = %

Sol 3: ( ) % = %

Sol 4: ( ) % = %

Sol 5: ( ) % = %

Sol 6: ( ) % = %

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and that of Q and R 2:1. Find:

1. (P+Q) is what percent of (Q+R)?

2. (P+R) is what percent less than (P+Q+R)?

Sol: Learn the rule for combining two different ratios having

one quantity common in the given ratios:

1. + =

+=

= (

) % =

%

2. + =

+ + =

= ( ) % = %

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Q.9: The salary of Ram is 20% more than the salary of Mohan.

Find the salary of Mohan is what percent less than the salary of

Ram?

Short Trick:

: = :

= :

= ( ) %

= %

Q.10: The salary of Ram is 20% less than the salary of Mohan.

Find the salary of Mohan is what percent more than the salary

of Ram?

Short Trick:

: = :

= :

= ( ) %

= %

than the income of B. While the income of B is 20% less than the

income of C. Find:

1. The income of C is what percent less than the income of A?

2. The income of C is what percent less than the income of A?

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Short Trick:

= ( ) %

= %

= ( ) %

= %

Bunty. While 80% of the salary of Bunty is equal to 40% of the

salary of Chintu. Find the total salary of Amit and Chintu is what

percent less than the total salary of Amit, Bunty and Chintu?

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of being divided by 5.

1. Find the result obtained is what percent of the required

correct value?

2. Find the result obtained is what percent more than the

required correct value (OR Find the percentage error in the

calculation)?

Short Trick:

=

= =

= =

Sol 1:

) %

= %

= (

Sol 2:

= ( ) %

= %

of being multiplied by 5/3. Find the percentage error in the

calculation.

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Short Trick:

=

= =

= =

Sol:

=(

) %

= %

Recall your unitary method which we are used to apply to solve the

questions involving the quantities having either direct or inverse

relation among them. Here we have to apply unitary method involving

the quantities having direct relation. Let us discuss it with the help of

the following example:

The cost of 13 pen is 520. Find the cost of 15 pens.

We were used to approach the question as below in our childhood

classes:

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13 Pen Rs.520

1 Pen Rs.40

15 Pen Rs.600

Rs.520

15 Rs.600

13

i.e.

Given Value

Corresponding No of Unit Asked

Corresponding No of Unit

the base (from which comparison is made) of all the given percentages

are same. That is:

x

Q 1: 59% of a number is 760 more than the 40% of the same number.

Find 25% of the number.

Short Trick:

Sol:

=

%

( )%

=

Q. 2: The sum of 35% and 24% of a number is 472. Find 3/4th of the

number.

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Short Trick:

Sol:

= %

= %

= (+)% %

=

Q. 3: The difference between a number and its 39% is 732; then find

the number.

Short Trick:

Sol:

= %

=

%

( )%

=

Q. 4: Find the difference of 28.50% and 37.50% of 75.

Short Trick:

Sol:

=

(. . )%

%

= .

=

the apples and he still remains with 448 apples. Find how many

apples had he sold on that day?

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Short Trick:

Sol:

= % %

=

%

( )%

=

Q.6: In an exam; 35% of the appeared students failed while 1625

students passed. Find the difference between the number of the

passed and the number of the failed students in the exam.

Short Trick:

Sol: % = %

% = % % = %

% %

=

( )% =

Q.7: In a village; 45% of the total population are males while 30% of the

total population are females. If the number of the children in the village

is 1500; find the difference of the number of the males and the number

of the females in the village?

Short Trick:

Sol: % = % (% + %) = %

% %

=

( )% =

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Q.8: Raju spends 15% of his monthly salary on house rent; 20% on food;

10% on travelling; 25% on childrens education and 5% on

miscellaneous. After all these expenditures he deposited Rs.6250 in his

savings bank account. Find how much amount did he spend on food

and house rent per month?

Short Trick:

Sol:

= % (% + % + % + % + %) = %

( + )%

( + )% = .

%

of the total voters on the voting list; won by a majority of 476 votes.

Find the total number of the voters on the voting list?

Short Trick:

Sol:

% = %

% = % % = %

% =

( )%

Q.10: In an exam, 6% candidates passed from class 11th. From class 12th,

an equal number of candidates appeared for the exam and 7%

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candidates got passed with 80 more candidates got passed than class

11th. Find the number of candidates appeared from each class.

Short Trick:

Sol:

= ()% % =

Q.11: In an examination, a candidate must get 80% marks to pass. If a

candidate, who gets 210 marks, fails by 50 marks, find the maximum

marks.

Short Trick:

Sol:

= % %

=

(+)

%

%

which is 40 marks more than the passing marks, find the maximum

marks set for the examination.

Short Trick:

Sol:

= % %

=

()

% =

marks to pass. A student gets 209 marks and is failed by 12% marks.

What are the maximum aggregate marks a student can get?

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Short Trick:

Sol:

= % %

=

()

%

% =

Q.14: A candidate who gets 30% of the marks in a test fails by 50 marks.

Another candidate who gets 320 marks fails by 30 marks. Find the

maximum marks.

Short Trick:

Sol: . =

=

(+)

%

% =

candidate who scores 50% marks, gets 20 marks more than the

minimum required marks to pass the examination. Find the maximum

marks for the examination.

Short Trick:

Sol: . =

()

= %% % =

Q.16: In an exam, A scores 280 marks which are 20 more than passing

marks. B got 80% marks which are 60 more than the passing marks.

What is the passing percentage of the exam?

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Short Trick:

%

Sol: % =

%

= ()+ ( ) = %

Q.17: A student got a total of 70% marks in an exam of 4 subjects. In

the three subjects he scores 81, 66 and 60 marks. If the maximum marks

of each subject are 100, then find the marks obtained in 4th subject.

Short Trick:

Sol:

=

=

% ( + + ) =

keywords (Only; Either-or; Both; Either-ornot both etc.) are used

which tests our ability to perceive these keywords in practical

problems.

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You are aware from your childhood classes about the Venn diagram;

and learned a formula related to it for two sets A and B having a

common value as described below:

( ) = () + () ( )

First of all you forget about this formula. If you will try to apply it in the

questions you will involve yourself only in mathematical equations and

calculations. You would not be able to perceive the question logically

that what is going on psychologically behind the scene.

Let us equip ourselves with the psychological steps to conclude the

question easily and with the help of mental calculation:

First; let us learn how to read a Venn diagram according to the given

keywords as described below:

Which Portion

Represent

A

Only A A but

not B

Description

Answer

Entire Portion

x+y

Remove B from A x

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A and B

Always the

Intersection

(Common)

Portion

Either A or B (OR Only A + Only B +

simply A or B)

Both

A or B but not

Exclude Both

both

from A or B

x+z+

y

x+z

You could perceive and digest it easily into your mind with the help of

the following diagram:

Q.1: In an Office; 35 people like tea, 55 people like coffee while 15

people like both tea and coffee.

1. Find the number of the people who:

1) Like Tea

2) Like Coffee

3) Like Only Tea

4) Like Only Coffee

5) Like Both Tea and Coffee

6) Like Either Tea or Coffee

7) Like Either Tea or Coffee but not Both

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Solution: As there is a case of overlapping in the question: it would be

easy to analyse the situation with the help of the Venn diagram:

1) 20 + 15 = 35

2) 40 + 15 = 55

3) 20

4) 40

5) 15

6) 20 + 40 + 15 = 75

7) 20 + 40 = 60

2. Data Inadequate as there could be some people in the office who

might do not like both tea and coffee; about which no information

is given in the question.

Q.2: In an Office; 35 people like tea, 55 people like coffee while 15

people like both tea and coffee. 10 people like neither tea nor coffee

(i.e. do not like both)

1. Find the number of the people who:

1) DO NOT LIKE Tea

2) DO NOT LIKE Coffee

3) DO NOT LIKE Only Tea

4) DO NOT LIKE Only Coffee

5) DO NOT LIKE Both Tea and Coffee

6) DO NOT LIKE Either Tea or Coffee

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2. Find the Total number of the people in the office?

Sol: Now its turn to talk about the complement part about the Venn

diagram. This discussion would give us the idea about the pivot point

for the entire Double Venn diagram questions. Let us discuss it (Try to

perceive the following diagram):

2. See the solution below extracted from the DO NOT LIKE Venn

diagram:

1) 40 + 10 = 50

2) 20 + 10 = 30

3) 40

4) 20

5) 10

6) 40 + 20 + 10 = 70

7) 40 + 20 = 60

3. Now this time we are given the information about how many

people are there in the office who DO NOT LIKE both tea and

coffee which is 10.

Now from the LIKE and DO NOT LIKE Venn diagram:

Total = [LIKE only T + LIKE only C + LIKE both] + DO NOT LIKE both

Total = Either-or LIKE + DO NOT LIKE both = (20 + 40 + 15) + 10 =

85

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situation practically)

Total = Either-or DO NOT LIKE + LIKE both = (40 + 20 + 10) + 15 =

85

We could diagrammatically fit it in our mind as:

Conclusion:

questions:

Q.3: In an exam; 50% of the appeared students failed in English, 45%

failed in Hindi while 15% failed in both the subjects. Find the

percentage of the students who PASSED in:

1. Both English and Hindi.

2. Either English or Hindi.

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Fail and vice-versa):

2. Pass in Either E or H = 100% - Failed in Both = 100% - 15% = 85%

Q.4: In a school; 55% of the students play Tennis, 50% play Hockey

while 20% play both the games.If 90 students play neither Tennis nor

Hockey; find the number of the students who:

1. DO NOT PLAY Tennis

2. DO NOT PLAY Hockey

3. DO NOT PLAY Only Tennis

4. DO NOT PLAY Only Hockey

5. DO NOT PLAY Both the games

6. DO NOT PLAY Either Tennis or Hockey

7. DO NOT PLAY Either Tennis or Hockey but not both the games.

8. TOTAL number of the students in the hostel.

9. PLAY Tennis

10.

PLAY Hockey

11.

PLAY Only Tennis

12.

PLAY Only Hockey

13.

PLAY Both the games

14.

PLAY Either Tennis or Hockey

15.

PLAY Either Tennis or Hockey but not both the games.

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Sol: We could conclude the following from the discussion till now:

Now Consider the DO NOT PLAY Diagram and conclude the answers

using unitary Method:

1. =

2. =

( + )% =

( + )% =

3. =

4. =

5. =

% =

% =

% =

6. =

( + + )% =

7. =

( + )% =

%

8. =

9. =

% =

( + )% =

10.

11.

12.

( + )% =

% =

% =

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% =

%

13.

14.

15.

( + +

)% =

=

( + )% =

Q5: In a factory, 72% people like tea while 44% people like coffee. If

20% people like neither tea nor coffee and144 people like both tea and

coffee; find the total number of the people in the office; if.

Solution:

% =

%

Q.6: In a factory, 72% people like tea while 44% people like coffee. If

EACH of them like either tea or coffee and 64 people like both tea and

coffee; find the number of the people who like only coffee.

Sol: EACH of them like either T or C There are NO people in the office

who DO NOT LIKE both T and C

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% =

%

We will apply the concept of initial and final value of given fraction.

What we would mean by the INITIAL and FINAL vale of a fraction

Initial = D

Final = D N

+ Increase

- Decrease

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For Example

(

+

):

+ =

(

):

=

So for quick calculation you would have to learn the fractional value

of some percentages. Some are as below:

100% = 1

1 % =

6 % =

50 % =

3 % =

16 % =

25 % =

62 % =

3 % =

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The rest is the story of unitary method as discussed below with the

help of atomic examples (Later we will discuss the combination of

these first four cases):

Short Trick:

I = Rs.640 %

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Find the initial amount.

Short Trick:

Sol:

I

=

F = Rs.6250

Short Trick:

Sol:

I = Rs.275 %

=

initial amount.

Short Trick:

Sol:

%

=

F = Rs.250

=

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types of questions:

the remaining; he is left with Rs.1050. Find how much had he at first?

Short Trick:

Sol:

Amount

Remainder Rs.1050

.

=

( ) = .

Q.6: A man had Rs.39200 in his locker. During first year; he deposited

25% of the amount in his locker; while during next year he deposited

deposited by him during a span of 2 years?

Short Trick:

Sol:

39200

Amount

after 2 years

.

=

( )

= .

= . . = .

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Increased

Amount

Q.7: The present population of a town is 108000. During first year; the

Short Trick:

Sol:

108000

After 3 years

( )

Q.8: 10% people of a village having died of cholera. Due to fear; 25% of

the remaining people left the village; then the population of the town

reduces to 4050. Find the decrease in the number of the people in the

town?

Short Trick:

Sol: Initially

4050

.

=

( )

=

=

=

Remaining

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annum. If its present worth is Rs.3645000; find its worth

1. After 3 years.

2. Before 3 years.

Short Trick:

Sol:1

Rs.3645000

?

?

After 3 years

=

( ) = .

Short Trick:

Sol:2

Before 3 years

Rs.3645000

Q.10: The

value

of a land

appreciates

at the rate

%per

)

=

(of

annum.

is Rs.1984500;

= .

find its worth

1. After 2 years.

2. Before 2 years.

Short Trick:

Sol:1 Rs.2381400

After 2 years

.

=

( )

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= .

Short Trick:

Sol:2 Before 2 years

Rs.2381400

.

( )

= .

spends 20% of the amount on hostel expenses; 1/3rd of the

25% of the remaining amount he spends on other expenses.

After all these expenditures he is left with Rs1200.Find the

total expenditure made by Amit.

Short Trick:

Sol:

Received

Amount

Rs.1200

.

( ) = .

= . . = .

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Q.12: Raju spends 40% of his monthly salary on house rent; 10%

all these expenditures he saves Rs.2250. Find how much

amount did he spends on food per month?

Short Trick:

Sol: No use of 40% and 10% to conclude the answer

Remaining

Saves = Rs.2250

Amount

%

After Spending on Travelling

.

= (

) = .

rent; 30% on food and 20% of the remaining on other expenses.

After all these expenditures he deposited Rs.16000 in his

savings bank account. Find her monthly salary?

Short Trick:

Sol:

Salary

% + % R

= %

Rs.16000

.

=

( ) = .

Let us discuss it with the help of an example;

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reduced by 5%. Find the net percentage change in his salary.

By conventional method:

%

f i

100

i

110 95

S

S

100

100

100

S

104.5 100

4.5%

%N

Now look at the following scenario:

%

+ %

OR + ? %

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100 N

110 95

S

100

100 100

100 N

100 10 100 (5)

` S

S

100

100

100

100 100 100 (5) 10 100 10 (5)

100 N

100

10 (5)

100 N 100 (5) 10

100

10 (5)

xy

N 10 (5)

x y

4.5%

100

100

S

percentages x% and y%, its net effect will be given by:

xy

N x y

%

100

By putting the values of x and y with sign i.e.; for percentage increase

put the values with positive sign and for the percentage decrease put

the values with negative sign.

Now we would be able to apply in the following questions without

going into the details:

Q.1: A man increases the price of his article by 17%. After that

he allows the discount of 17% on the increased price to his

customers. Find his net profit or loss percentage in the deal.

Short Trick:

Sol: % =

= . % . %

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1988. If the percentage increase in the population of the town

in the beginning of 1990 is observed to be 1.2%; find at what %

it is increased during 1989?

Short Trick:

Sol: . = +

= %

of 10% and 20%?

Short Trick:

Sol: % = +

Percentage Change

in theProduct

of Two or More Quantities:

= %

%

Let us discuss it with the help of the following example:

increased by 20%. The new product so formed would be what

percent more than the initial product?

Sol: By conventional Method:

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) %

( ) ( )

% = (

) %

% = (

() ()

% = (

) %

% = %

OR (In Short Way):

% = + +

= %

b is increased by 20% and c is decreased by 10%. The new

product so formed would be what percent more than the initial

product?

Sol: % = (+%; +%; %)

% = (+%; +%) %)

% = (+% %)

% = (+% %)

% = . %

Hence we could conclude that we can also use the net effect method

for finding the percentage change in the product of two or more

quantities.

We will extensively use it for finding the percentage change in AREA

(Product of Two Quantities) of 2D figures and the percentage change

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we discuss the questions related to percentage change in AREA of 2D

figures (Volume questions are asked in SSC and equivalent exams; so

we will skip its discussion here)

Q.1: The length of a rectangle is increased by 10% while its breadth the

reduced by 5%. The area of the new rectangle would be what

percentage more than the area of the original area of the rectangle?

Sol: % =

= . %

Q.2: The adjacent sides of a square are increased by 10% and 20%

respectively. The area of the rectangle so formed would be what

percent more than the area of the square?

Sol: % = + +

= %

change in the area of the square?

Sol: % =

= %

its breadth should be reduced in order to

1. Increase the area by 4.5%.

2. Maintain the same area

Sol.1: . % = + +

= %

Sol.2: % = + +

= %

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the percentage change in the area of the circle.

Sol: % = = %

% = + +

= %

Q.6: The base and height of a triangle is increased by 10% and 20%;

then the area of the triangle increases to 529 meter square. Find the

original area of the triangle.

Sol: % = + +

=

= %

% =

%

change in the area of the square.

Sol: %() % = %

% = + +

= %

percentage change in the area of the circle.

Sol: %() % = %

% = +

= %

percentage change in the area of the rectangle.

Sol: %(( + )) %

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