Direction (1-5): The table given below shows the percentage distribution of total vehicles sold by five companies and it also shows percentage distribution of two wheelers sold by these five companies. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
(i) Total vehicle sold by any company = Total two-wheeler sold + Total four-wheeler sold.
(ii) Total vehicles sold by these five companies = 650
(iii) Total two-wheeler vehicles sold by these five companies = 400
Q1. Find the total four-wheeler sold by company Q is what percent more or less than total two-wheeler sold by company T?
Q2. Find the ratio of total two wheelers sold by company R to total four wheelers sold by company S?
(a) 3: 5
(b) 4: 1
(c) 3: 2
(d) 5: 3
(e) 2: 1
Q3. If total four wheelers sold by all the companies is distributed on a pie chart, then find the angle made by total four wheelers sold by R?
Q4. If company P and S sold 40% and 80% of total two-wheelers manufactured respectively, then find the total unsold two wheelers of company P and S together.
Q5. Find the average number of four wheelers sold by company P, Q, R and T?
Directions (6-10) :- Study the line graph carefully and answer the following questions.
The line graph shows the runs scored by two different teams in a series of 5 cricket matches.
Q7. Find the difference between maximum runs scored by England and minimum runs scored by Australia.
(a) 120 runs
(b) 80 runs
(c) 150 runs
(d) 200 runs
(e) 180 runs
Q8. What is the ratio of total runs scored by Australia to that of England in all matches?
Q9. Find the runs scored by Australia in second match is what percent more or less than the runs scored by England in fourth match?
Q10. Find the number of matches won by Australia out of all five matches.
S10. Ans (c)
Sol. from graph, it is clearly visible that Australia won 3 matches i.e. third, fourth and fifth match.