**Direction (1-5): Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

the below pie chart shows the sale of cars in five different months of 2021. January, February, March, April and May.

**Note: **

**Cars sold in May=1200**

**Q1. Find the number of cars sold in March is how much more/less than the number of cars sold in April?**

(a)880

(b)960

(c)720

(d)560

(e)680

**Q2. Find the average number of cars sold in all five months of 2021 together?**

(a)1400

(b)1800

(c)2000

(d)1600

(e)1300

**Q3. If the cars manufactured in February is 2500, then find the sale percentage in that particular month?**

(a)100%

(b)65%

(c)70%

(d)75%

(e)80%

**Q4. The cars manufactured in June was 40% more than car sold in January and cars sold in June was 75% of cars sold in May. Find the ratio of cars manufactured to cars sold in June?**

(a)112:75

(b)75: 112

(c)127: 81

(d)81: 127

(e)75: 81

**Q5. Find the total number of cars sold in May and January together is what percentage of the number of cars sold in March and April?**

(a)62.50%

(b)37.25%

(c)56.25%

(d)87.50%

(e)50%

**Direction (6-10): Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

The following line graph shows the number of people in thousands (‘000) who visited five different malls, A, B, C, D & E, on weekend days, i.e., Saturday and Sunday.

**Q6. Find the difference between the average number of people who visited on Saturday and the average number of people who visited on Sunday in all five malls together?**

(a)540

(b)440

(c)320

(d)620

(e)480

**Q7. Find the ratio between the number of people who visited mall B & C on Saturday and the number of people who visited mall D & E on Sunday together?**

(a)31:43

(b)43: 60

(c)31:57

(d)57: 31

(e)60:43

**Q8. Find the number of people who visited mall D on both days is approximately what percent of the number of people who visited mall A on Sunday?**

(a)178%

(b)342%

(c)212%

(d)304%

(e)258%

**Q9. In another mall F, the number of people who visited on Saturday was 25% more than the number of people who visited mall C on Sunday while the total people who visited mall F on both days were 4500. Find the number of people who visited mall F on Sunday?**

(a)1800

(b)2250

(c)2150

(d)2400

(e)2350

**Direction (11-15): Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

The following pie chart shows distribution of the number of people working in five different companies, TCS, Wipro, HCL, Google and Apple.

**Note:**

**Total number of employees in all five companies together=54000**

**Q11. In another company Accenture if the number of employees working are 50% more than number of employees working in Apple, Find the total number of employees working in Accenture and TCS together?**

(a)21000

(b)30000

(c)24000

(d)18000

(e)27000

**Q12. Find the ratio of number of employees working in TCS and Google together to number of employees working in Wipro and Apple together? **

(a)3: 2

(b)2: 5

(c)5: 2

(d)2: 3

(e)5: 3

**Q13. If the number of female employees working in HCL is 25% more than the number of male employees working in same company. Find the number of male employees?**

(a)4500

(b)6000

(c)3000

(d)4000

(e)5000

**Q14. Find the number of employees working in TCS is what percent more/less than the number of employees working in Google?**

(a)150%

(b)200%

(c)100%

(d)50%

(e)250%

**Q15. Find the average number of most and least employees working together among the five companies?**

(a)14355

(b)13115

(c)12375

(d)11875

(e)10225

**Solutions**