Directions (1-5): The given line graphs show the total number of applicants who have applied for IBPS PO examination from four different cities and the table shows the ratio between number of male and female applicants. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q1. The number of female applicants from cities P and R together is approximately what percent of the total number of male applicants from cities P and S together?
Q2. What is the average of all the female applicants from all the cities?
Q3. The difference of the number of male applications from city P and female applications from city R is what percent more or less than the difference of the number of male and female applicants of city S.
Q4. The number of applicants from another city T is 37½% more than the average number of applicants from these four cities and the ratio of male to female applicants in this city is 11 : 14. Find the ratio of difference of the number of male and female applicants from city R to the difference of the male and female applicants from city T?
(a) 20 : 9
(b) 11 : 9
(c) 20 : 11
(d) 11 : 20
(e) 9 : 20
Q5. Find the sum of the total number of male applicants from city P and Q and the number of female applicants from cities R and S?
Directions (6-10): Read the passage given below and answer the following questions.
There are 440 students in a school who play any of the three sports (Cricket, Football and Volleyball). Students who only play Football are 200% of students who only play Volleyball.
Students who play Cricket and Volleyball together are equal to students who play only Football and Volleyball together. Students who play all three games are 20. Students who play only Volleyball are 40% of students who play only Cricket. Students who play Football and Volleyball together are equal to students who play only Volleyball. Students who only play Cricket are 100 more than students who play Cricket and Football together.
Q6. Find average of students who only play Cricket and who plays only Cricket and Football together.
Q7. Find ratio of students who play Cricket & Volleyball together to students who only play Football.
(a) 1 : 2
(b) 5 : 9
(c) 4 : 7
(d) 1 : 3
(e) 2 : 7
Q8. Find the number of students who play Cricket.
Q9. Students who play Volleyball are what percent more or less than students who only play Football?
(e) None of the above.
Q10. Find number of students who play at least two games.