Directions (1-5): Read the following data carefully and answer the following question.
There are 210 persons in a party, and all of them eat different flavoured icecreams. 40 people eat only butterscotch, 30 people eat all three flavoured icecream,there are total 130 people who eat butterscotch and 100 people who eat vanila. 40 people eat butterscotch and vanila only, 10 people eat chocolate and vanila only.
Q1. What is number of person who eat only Chocolate ?
Q2. People eating chocolate and butterscotch only are what percent of people eating only butterscotch ?
Q3.number of people eating only vanilla is how much less than the people eating all three types of icecream ?
Q4. People eating chocolate are what percent of people eating vanilla icecream?
Q5.what is the ratio of people eating only chocolate and only butterscotch together to the person eating only vanilla?
Directions (6-10): Study the given passage carefully and answer the questions.
A shopkeeper bought a pen & a book for Rs 500. He marked pen by 20% above cost price which is same as discount percentage given on book. He gained 8% & 12% on pen & book respectively. his gain amount in entire transaction is equal to 10% of marked price of book.
Q6. What is cost price of book? (in Rs)
Q7. Marked price of book is how much more than the selling price of pen? (in Rs)
Q8. What is ratio of selling price of pen to that of book?
(a) 27 : 140
(b) 15 : 56
(c) 27 : 112
(d) 27 : 100
(e) 25 : 112
Q9. What is average of marked price of pen & book?
Q10. If no discount was offered on both then his overall gain percent is approximately what percent more than his actual gain percent?
Directions (11-15): Study the following pie charts carefully and answer the following questions.
Percentage break up of number of children in five different villages and break up of children attending school from those villages.
Q11. What is the total number of children not attending school from village Q & S together?
Q12. The number of children attending school from P is approximately what percent of the number of children from that village?
Q13. What is the approximate average number of children not attending school from village T, R and S together?
Q14. The number of children not attending school from village R and T is approximately what percent of total number of children from village R and T together?
Q15. What is the ratio of total children from village R to the number of children attending school from that village?
(a) 22 : 21
(b) 29 : 28
(c) 29 : 21
(d) 29 : 27
(e) 23 : 21