Direction (1-5):- Workers working in shop I is 15% of total workers working in all four shops Workers working in shop III is 20% more than that of worker in shop IV. Number of worker is same in shop II and shop III. Males worker in shop III is same as female in shop I which is twice of male worker in shop I. Numbers of males and females worker in shop IV is same. Number of males working in shop II is ‘10’ more than that in shop I while number of females working in shop II is ‘10’ more than that in shop IV.
Q1. Find total number of worker works in all fours shops together?
Q2. Males in shop V is 25% more than that in shop III while females in shop V is 37.5% more than that in shop III. Find the ratio between total worker working in shop II to that total workers working in in shop V
(a) 7 : 8
(b) 3 : 4
(c) 9 : 8
(d) 9 : 16
(e) 3 : 8
Q3. Average number of males in shop I, II and III is how much more/less then average number of females in shop I, II and IV together
Q4. Number of males working in shop II is what percentage more/less than females working in shop III ?
Q5. In each shop, a male worker sold 4 articles while a female worker sold 6 articles in a day find total number of articles sold in a day ?
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