Directions (1-5): Given bar graph shows the data of expenses (in % distribution) of Mr. Chunky in 4 months on rent, travel & food. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions.
Q1. If salary of Mr. Chunky is Rs. 12000 in July and his savings is half of his expenditure on rent. Find his expenditure on food. (in Rs. )
Q2. If savings and salary of Mr. Chunky are same for all the given months then expenditure on travel in March is what percent of expenditure on food in June?
(e) None of these
Q3. If ratio of total expenditure in May & July is 5:4. Find ratio of expenditure on rent in May to expenditure on travel in July.
Q4. Income of Chunky in March & July is Rs. 5000 & Rs. 8000 of which he saves only 10% in each month. What is his average expenditure on rent in these 2 months?
(c) Rs. 2340
Q5. Expenditure on travel in May is what percent more than expenditure on travel in July if total expenditure for both the months is same?
Directions (6-10):- Given bar graph shows the percentage distribution of total number of students of each school (P, Q, R & S) who took admission in 3 different streams. Total students in P, Q, R & S are 700, 800, 400 & 900 respectively.
Q6.What is average number of students who have opted for MBBS in all the 4 colleges?
Q7.What is the ratio of the total number of student who have opted for both engg. and MBBS stream together in college Q to that of in same stream together in college R?
Q8. The number of student who have opted for MBBS in college P is what percent of the number of students who have opted for the engg. in college Q?
Q9.What is the ratio of the no. of students who have opted for engg. in college R to that of those who have opted for same stream in college P?
(e) None of these
Q10.Which of the combination represents the colleges with maximum number of students, who have opted for pharmacy and those who have opted for engg. respectively?
(a) P & R
(b) Q & S
(c) Q & R
(d) R & S
(e) P & Q
Direction (11-15): Following Line Graph shows the marks scored by Student A and Student B in high school in different Subjects.(Maximum Marks is 100 for each subject). Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q11. What is difference between average marks scored by Student A and Student B in all subjects?
Q12. What is Ratio of marks obtained by Student A in Maths and Computer together to the marks obtained by Student B in Science and English together?
Q13. What is the overall percentage marks scored by Student B?
(a) 68.75 %
(b) 67.5 %
Q14. Marks Scored by Student A in Math is what percent of marks scored by Student B in Science and English together?
Q15. If passing marks for each subject is 40% of 120, then what is the difference between passing marks and marks scored by Student B in Computer?