Directions (1–5): Table given below shows average number of calls received (related sim connection problem) by six employees and average number of problems resolved by these six employees. Some data is missing, Read the data carefully and answer the questions.
Q2. Average number of calls received by E is 10% more than that of received by B. If average number of calls received by E is eight less than that of average number of calls received by D, then find average number of problems which B did not resolve?
(a) 24
(b) 32
(c) 36
(d) 44
(e) 56
Q3. If percentage of average number of problem resolved by A is 41⅔%, then find average number of problems which A did not resolve are what percent of average number of calls received by C?
(a) 35%
(b) 44%
(c) 48%
(d) 40%
(e) 50%
Q4. If average number of calls received by E is 24 more than average of average number of calls received by A & D, then find ratio of average number of problems which E did not resolve to average number of problems which D did not resolve?
(a) 14 : 17
(b) 14 :1 5
(c) 13 : 15
(d) 3 : 5
(e) 4 : 5
Q5. Average number of calls received by E is 37.5% more than that of received by A, while average number of calls received by B is 20% more than that of received by C. If F resolved 50% of average number of calls received by him, then find average number of problem resolved by F is what percent of total average number of calls received by all six?
(a) 3.5%
(b) 4.5%
(c) 2.5%
(d) 1.5%
(e) 5%
Directions (6-10) :- Table given below gives information about percentage of quantity of milk sold by Vikash to different persons i.e. (P, Q, R, S and T). Vikash has 1000 lit of pure milk out of which 60% are sold to these persons. Each person then adds some quantity of water to it and again replaces an amount of mixture with the equal amount of water. Some data is missing. Students are supposed to calculate the data and answer the questions that follows.
Q6. Quantity of water initially added in pure milk by S is what percent more or less than quantity of mixture replaced with water by P.
(a) 105%
(b) 110%
(c) 120%
(d) 80%
(e) 72%
Q7. If quantity of milk in final mixture for person R is 12.5% more than that of person S, then find amount of water added by R initially in pure milk.
(a) 45 lit.
(b) 50 lit.
(c) 60 lit.
(d) 75 lit.
(e) 40lit.
Q8. Find quantity of water in the final mixture of Q.
(a) 30 lit.
(b) 50 lit.
(c) 45 lit.
(d) 60 lit.
(e) 40 lit.
Q9. Cost price of pure milk is Rs. 200 per lit, then find approximate profit percent earned by T if he sells final mixture of water and milk at cost price of pure milk. Consider water is freely available.
(a) 66%
(b) 46%
(c) 44%
(d) 54%
(e) 48%
Q10. Find the ratio of quantity of milk sold by Vikash to another person A(quantity of milk sold by Vikash to another person A is 20% more than quantity of pure milk sold to S) to quantity of pure milk remained with Vikash after selling to six different persons?
(a) 81/169
(b) 64/169
(c) 16/35
(d) 35/78
(e) 75/169
Directions (11–15): The following table shows the total no. students and percentage of students present on a particular day out of them for two schools A and B in different classes.
Q11. If total number of students in class VIII in both the school together are 1625, while total students present in both the classes together are 766, then find difference between number of students in class VIII in both the schools?
(a)250
(b) 275
(c) 225
(d) 300
(e) None of these
Q12. The number of students present in class VI in school A are approximately what percent of number of students present in class IX in school B?
(a)65%
(b) 70%
(c) 75%
(d) 73%
(e) 80%
Q13. If number of students present in class VI in school B are 2 less than double of the number of students presents in same class in school A, then find the total number of students in class VI in school B.
(a)625
(b) 650
(c) 600
(d) 700
(e) None of these
Q15. Find the total number of students present in class VII in both the schools together?
(a) 157
(b) 187
(c) 167
(d) 177
(e) None of these
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