Directions (1-5): The table given below shows production of five types of Cars (in thousands) by a company in years 2011 to 2015. Study the table of answer the given question.
Note:-Few values are missing in table, a candidate is expected to calculate the missing values if it is required to answer the given questions.
Q1. If Car A and Car D manufactured in 2012 increases by and respectively. Then what will be percentage change in total car manufactured in 2012.
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Q2. What will be the average of car A, B and C manufactured in 2013, If the ratio of number cars A, C and E manufactured in 2013is 2 : 3 : 4 respectively.
Q3. Car A and B manufactured together in 2011 is how much % less or more than Cars A and B manufactured together in 2015.
(a) 12.5% less
(b) 12.5% more
(c) 14.5% less
(d) 10% less
(e) 12% more
Q4. Among 5 cars, which car is the 2nd highest manufactured car in the duration of five year If the ratio of number cars A, C and E manufactured in 2013 is 4 : 3 : 2 ?
Q5. Total cars manufactured in 2013 is how much % more than the number of cars B and D manufactured together in 2013.
(e) 140 %
Q6. If a man reduces the selling price of a fan from Rs. 4000 to Rs. 3750, his loss increases by 5%. The cost price of the fan in (in Rs):-
(e) None of these
Direction(7-11): Following table shows the student and their marks in the following subjectsAverage marks scored by Student A is 270 and Ratio of marks scored in chemistry and mathematics by Student A is 9:11. Number of marks scored by Student D in Physics is 10% more than that of the student B in the same subject. Marks scored by Student D in Chemistry and by Student C in Mathematics is same and is 50% more than the marks Scored by the Student C in Chemistry. Average Marks scored in Mathematics is 210.
Q7. Average Marks Scored by Student C in all the Subjects is?
Q8. What is Average Marks Scored in Chemistry by all the Students?
Q9.Marks scored by Student A in Chemistry is how much percent more or less than the marks scored by him in Physics?
Q10.What is ratio of marks scored by Student D in Chemistry and Student A in the Same subject?
Q11.Marks Scored by Student C in Physics is how much Percent more or less than Scored by Student B in Same subject?
Q12. A shopkeeper sells an article at a loss of. Had he sold it for Rs. 155.4 more, he would have earned a profit of 6%. The cost Price of the article is (in Rs):-
Q13. Suresh can finish a piece of work by himself in 42 days. Mahesh, who is 1/5 times more efficient as Suresh, requires X days to finish the work by working all by himself. Then what is the value of X?
(a) 25 days
(b) 30 days
(d) 20 days
(e)none of these
Q14. Time taken by A and B to complete a work alone is in the ratio 4 : 5. A alone worked for 6 days and left the work then B alone worked for 8 days on the same work, It is found that 31% of the work is completed. Find the time in which they together can complete the work.
Q15. A dealer sold a radio at a loss of 2.5%. Had he sold it for Rs.100 more, He would have gained 7.5%. In order to gain 12.5%, he should sell it for?
(e) None of these
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