Direction (1-5): Read the following pie chart carefully and answer the given question.
The given Pie chart shows percent by which a product is marked up in five different (A, B, C, D and E) shop. The Cost price of article is Rs. 2500
Q1. What is the ratio of marked price of the article in Shop A to the article in Shop E?
Q2. If the selling Price of a article in shop C is Rs. 2200, then find the discount percent given by shop C (in approx.).
Q3. If the cost price is increased by 10% and the discount given on the article by Shop D is 10%, then find the Profit percent on the article.
Q4. What is the average of marked price of article on shop A, B and D.
Q5. What is the difference between the marked of article in shop A and E together and the Marked Price of article in Shop B and C together.
(a) Rs. 450
(b) Rs. 400
(c) Rs. 550
(d) Rs. 420
(e) Rs. 390
Directions (6-10): Read the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions given below.
Bar graph shows total number of flats (2BHK & 3BHK) and percentage of 2BHK flats in five different apartments.
Q6. Find the ratio of 3BHK flats in E to 2BHK flats in D.
Q7. In apartment X, 3BHK flats are 70% of the 2BHK flats in B and ratio of 3BHK flats to 2BHK flats in X is 7:5 respectively. Find the difference between total flats in C and that in X.
Q8. If 1BHK flats in C is 45% of the 3BHK flats in B, then find the 1BHK flats in C is what percentage of 2BHK flats in D?
Q9. 3BHK flats in C is how much percentage more/less than average number of 2BHK flats in D & E together (approx.)?
Q10. 3BHK flats in B & C together is how much more/less than 2BHK flats in A & D together.
Direction (11 – 15): The line graph shows the total number of questions (quants + reasoning) solved by six (P, Q, R, S, T & U) students. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q11. The total number of questions solved by R is what percent less than the total questions solved by S?
Q12. Total number of questions solved by Z is 20% more than that of P and number of quants questions solved by Z is 40% of total questions solved by him. Find the total number of reasoning questions solved by Z.
Q13. Find the average number of questions solved by P, R & U?
Q14. 25% of the questions solved by T is wrong. Find the difference between total number of wrong and right questions solved by T (questions solved by T is either wrong or right).
Q15. If the ratio of total quants to reasoning questions solved by Q is 5: 9, then find total quants questions solved by Q is how much more/less than the total question solved by S?