**Direction (1-5): Read the following pie chart carefully and answer the questions given below. The following pie chart shows the distribution of four different types (Education, Rent, Transport and Others) of monthly expenditures and savings of Ravi.**

**Q1. If amount spend by Ravi on Rent is Rs.12000, then find the monthly income of Ravi? (in Rs.)**

(a)60000

(b)48000

(c)72000

(d)54000

(e)84000

**Q2. If Ravi’s monthly income is Rs.30,000, then find the average amount spend on Education, Rent and Transport together? (in Rs.)**

(a)4200

(b)6500

(c)5300

(d)4600

(e)5800

**Q3. What is the central angle made by amount spent on Others? (in degrees)**

(a)96

(b)120

(c)108

(d)84

(e)72

**Q4. If Ravi lends 45% of saving to his friend, which is Rs.1260, then find the amount spend on Education by Ravi? (in Rs.) **

(a)1250

(b)1650

(c)2100

(d)1800

(e)1400

**Q5. If the difference between the amount spent on Transport and Education is Rs. 800, Then find the annual income of Ravi? (in Rs.)**

(a)600000

(b)480000

(c)720000

(d)360000

(e)240000

**Direction (6-10): Read the following line chart carefully and answer the questions given below. The following line chart shows the percentage break up of number of students studying in different classes from 6 to 10 of school X in 2012.**

**Note:** **Total students from class 6 to 10 are 400.**

**Q6. Find the number of students studying in classes 7 & 8 together is what percent more/less than the number of students studying in class 6?**

(a)50%

(b)40%

(c)30%

(d)20%

(e)25%

**Q7. If the ratio of girls to boys in class 10 is 3:2 and the number of girls in class 6 is 35, then find the total number of boys studying in class 6 & 10 together?**

(a)85

(b)100

(c)65

(d)70

(e)90

**Q8. Find the difference between the total students studying in classes 8 & 9 together and classes 6 & 10 together?**

(a)60

(b)20

(c)80

(d)50

(e)40

**Q10. If total students studying in class 11 are 30% more than the average number of students studying in classes 7 & 8 together, find the number of students studying in class 11?**

(a)75

(b)35

(c)45

(d)65

(e)85

**Solutions**

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