Directions (1-5): Pie graph given below shows total number of students appeared in five different exams, Table given below shows, percentage of students passed in exam out of total students appeared, and percentage of students who got first division out of total passed students in respective exam. Read given data carefully and answer the question.
Q1. Total students who passed with first division in ‘D’ and ‘E’ together is what percent more than total number of students who passed with first division in ‘A’ and ‘C’ together?
Q2. Number of students failed in exam ‘D’ is how much more than number of students failed in exam ‘B’?
Q3. Number of students who got second division in exam ‘C’ is 70% less than number of students who got third division in same exam. Find total number of students who got second division in exam ‘C’ if there?
Q4. Find the ratio between total number of students failed in exam ‘A’ and ‘C’ together to total number of students passed in exam ‘E’?
(a) 25 : 21
(b) 5 : 4
(c) 25 : 18
(d) 25 : 22
(e) 25 : 24
Q5. Number of passed students who doesn’t get first division in exam ‘B’ is what percent more than number of students who got first division in exam ‘D’?
Directions (6 – 10): Given below pie chart shows percentage distribution of number of students in five different streams in IIT Delhi, while paragraph line given about number of students in same five different streams in two more IIT’s i.e. IIT Mumbai and IIT Kanpur. Read the given data carefully and answer the questions.
Q6. Total Civil students in IIT Mumbai & IIT Kanpur together is what percent less than total IT students in IIT Delhi & IIT Mumbai?
Q7. Total CS students in all three IIT’s are how much more than total Electrical students in all three IIT’s ?
Q8. Find ratio between total Electrical students in IIT Mumbai to total IT students in IIT Kanpur?
(a) 3 : 4
(b) 3 : 5
(c) 3 : 7
(d) 3 : 1
(e) 3 : 2
Q10. Find average number of Mechanical, IT & Electrical students in IIT Kanpur?
Directions (11-15): Bar graph given below shows total production of a company which produced two types of cars X and Y in given six years. Line graph shows production of Y in excess of X in-terms of percentage. Study the data carefully and answer the following question.
Q11. Total Y type car produced by company in year 2011 and 2012 together is what percent of the total Y type car produced by company in year 2014 and 2016 together.
Q12. Find the ratio of total X type car produced in 2011 and 2012 together to total X type car produced in 2013 and 2015 together.
(a) 21 : 22
(b) 15 : 22
(c) 7 : 10
(d) 8 : 11
(e) 6 : 11
Q13. In 2017, total production of company increases by 35% while production of X type car produced increase by 62% than that of in 2016, then find the percentage increase in the production of Y type car in 2017.
Q14. Find the average number of Y type car produced in 2011, 2013 and 2015 together.
Q15. In 2012, 20% Y type cars are defective while in 2014, 30% Y type cars are defective, then find the total Y type cars produced in 2012 and 2014 together which are non-defective?
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