Directions (1-5): – Table given below gives information about no. of students who appeared for a banking exam in a lab in three different shifts of five days. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions?
Q1. No. of students appeared on shift1 and shift2 together on day2 are how much percent more or less than no. of students appeared in shift3 on day1 and day3 together?
Q2. If 40% of students appeared in shift2 of day4 are girls, find no. of boys appeared in shift2 of day4 are how much less than students appeared in same shift of day5?
Q3. What is the average no. of students appeared in shift3 of all five days?
Q4. If 0.4% and 0.75% of students appeared on shift1 and shift3 of day1 and day5 respectively cleared the exam, find ratio of students who cleared exam in shift3 of day5 to that of in shift1 of day1?
Q5. No. of students appeared in shift2 of day4 are how much percent of no. of students appeared in shift3 of the same day?
Directions (6-10): – Pie chart given below shows percentage distribution of production of six different grains in a state in a year. Read the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q6. Production of pulse is how much more than production of rye? (in ton)
Q7. What is the ratio of production of barley and rice together to that of wheat and maize together?
(e) None of these.
Q8. If price of a Kg of barley is Rs.35 and price of a Kg of pulse is Rs. 80, if both are mixed in ratio of their production in given state, find price of per kg of mixture formed?
(e) Rs. 68
Q9. If production of wheat and maize is increased by 20% and 25% percent respectively in next year but the total production of these six grains remain the same, find total increase in production of wheat and maize together in next year?
(a) 10400 kg
(b) 5600 kg
(c) 6400 kg
(d) 7500 kg
(e) 7200 kg
Q10. What is the central angle formed by production of rice? (in degree)
Directions (11-15):- The given pie chart shows the distribution (in degree) of total monthly income of a person into 6 different categories. Study the graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Note – Consider all categories as monthly expenditure of the person except savings.
Q11. If monthly salary is Rs 18000, find monthly expenditure on food?
(a) Rs 7200
(b) Rs 5400
(c) Rs 4500
(d) Rs 6300
(e) Rs 6800
Q12. If difference between monthly expenditure on House rent and Clothes is Rs 2800, then find monthly income of person.
(a) Rs 48000
(b) Rs 56000
(c) Rs 54000
(d) Rs 42000
(e) Rs 62000
Q13. Find the average of monthly expenditure on Food, Clothes and House rent, if monthly expenditure on Loan is Rs 3600.
(a) Rs 5760
(b) Rs 4670
(c) Rs 6370
(d) Rs 5670
(e) Rs 5360
Q14. What is the total monthly expenditure if monthly income of the person is Rs 84000?
(a) Rs 65000
(b) Rs 64900
(c) Rs 65900
(d) Rs 65100
(e) Rs 64100
Q15. Monthly expenditure on Clothes is what percent of monthly expenditure on House rent?