**Directions (1-5): Given below is the pie chart which shows the percentage distribution of 5 types of watches manufactured in company X in year 2017.**

Ratio of total watches manufactured in company X in year 2017 to year 2018 is 7 : 8.

**Q1. If difference between watches manufactured of type B and type C in year 2017 is 11,200 and type A watches manufactured in year 2018 is 20% more than type D watches manufactured in year 2017, then find the number of type A watches manufactured in year 2018 **

(a) 21,160

(b) 19,160

(c) 18,160

(d) 20,160

(e) none of these

**Q2. If the average number of type D and type C watches manufactured in company X in 2017 is 16,100, then find the total number watches manufactured in company X in 2018. **

(a)92,000

(b)90,000

(c)88,000

(d)96,000

(e)none of these

**Q3. The number of type B watches manufactured in 2018 is 25,600 which is 25% of the total number of watches manufactured in 2018. Find the number type D and type B watches manufactured in 2017 in company X. **

(a)23,456

(b)26,754

(c)28,672

(d)24,563

(e)none of these

**Q4. What is the ratio of number of type E watches manufactured in 2017 to the number of type D watches manufactured in 2018 if the number of type D watches manufactured in 2018 is 30% of all the watches manufactured in 2018 ? **

(a) 25/38

(b) 35/48

(c) 35/78

(d) 15/48

(e) none of these

**Q5. If in 2018, the number of all type of watches except type B remained same as that of 2017, then find the percentage change in the number of watches of type B in 2018 compared to 2017. ( in approximate). **

(a)79%

(b)51%

(c)71%

(d)62%

(e)48%

**Directions (6-10): Study the following pie-chart and answer the following questions. Distribution of number of students of different class from a school who have participated in yoga event. All students of a particular class have participated in the event and there are only six classes in that school.**

**Q6. What is the difference between the total number of students who have participated from class IX and XI together and total number of students who have participated from class VIII and XII together? **

(a) 117

(b) 126

(c) 130

(d) 136

(e) 144

**Q7. Ratio of boys to girls students in class X and class VII is 8 : 7 and 4 : 5 respectively. Total number of girl students from these two classes is what percent more or less than number of total students of class VIII? **

(a) 70 %

(b) 68 ⅙%

(c) 72 ⅔%

(d) 71 ⅔%

(e) 70 ⅚%

**Q9. Find the ratio of average of students from class VII and IX together to the average of students from class VIII and X together? **

(a) 13 : 11

(b) 11 : 13

(c) 22 : 23

(d) 8 : 9

(e) 23 : 22

**Directions (11-15) : The given below pie chart shows the percentage distribution of daily consumption of electricity (in units) of five different families in a building. Read the pie-chart carefully and answer the following questions.**

Total units ofelectricity consumed in a day =14,000

**Note-**Totalunits of electricity available = Total units of electricity consumed + total units of unconsumed electricity

**Q11. The average units of electricity consumed by families P and S together is what percent more/less than the average units of electricity consumed by families R and U together? **

(a) 25%

(b) 66(2/3)

(c) 33(1/3)%

(d) 60%

(e) 75%

**Q12. If 87.5% of the available units of electricity is consumed by all families, then find the ratio of units of unconsumed electricity to the difference of the units of electricity consumed by families S and Q together? **

(a) 6 : 7

(b) 44 : 45

(c) 62 : 63

(d) 20 : 21

(e) 14 : 15

**Q13. Find the ratio of the units of electricity consumed by family S and U together to the units of electricity consumed by families P and R together? **

(a) 11 : 5

(b) 5 : 4

(c) 3 : 2

(d) 13 : 8

(e) 15 : 8

**Q15. The difference of the units of electricity consumed by families U and S together is how much more than the difference of units of electricity consumed by family Q and R together? **

(a) 700 units

(b) 640 units

(c) 660 units

(d) 720 units

(e) 680 units

**Solutions**