Directions (1-5): Study the following pie-charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:
The pie-charts show the total sales value of different items of Book section and Magazine section in a book fair.
Q1. What is the total sales value for books on Mathematics as a percentage of total sales value of both Book and Magazine sections?
Q2. What is the total sales value of reading material available related to Science in both sections put together as a percentage of total sales value of both sections?
Q3. By what percentage is the sales value of books on Economics higher than that on Culture of Magazine section?
Q4. What is the difference between the average sales value of Literature and Science from Book section and Competition from Magazine section, and the average sales value of Business and Culture from Magazine section and Mathematics from Book section?
(a) Rs. 5.35 lakh
(b) Rs. 8.7 lakh
(c) Rs. 9.8 lakh
(d) Rs. 4.55 lakh
(e) Rs. 5.6 lakh
Q5. What is the difference between the corresponding angles of ‘Other’ from Book section and ‘Others’ from Magazine section?
Q6. A trader buys goods at 20% discount on marked price. If he wants to make a profit of 25% after allowing a discount of 20%, by what percent should his marked price be greater than the original marked price ?
Q7. A car travels from P to Q at a constant speed. If its speed were increased by 10 km/h, it would have been taken one hour lesser to cover the distance. It would have taken further 45 minutes lesser if the speed was further increased by 10 km/h. The distance between the two cities is
(a) 540 km
(b) 420 km
(c) 600 km
(d) 620 km
(e) 500 km
Q8. A man gave 50% of his savings of Rs.84,100 to his wife and divided the remaining sum among his two sons A and B of 15 and 13 years of age respectively. He divided it in such a way that each of his sons, when they attain the age of 18 years, would receive the same amount at 5% compound interest per annum. The share of B was
(a) Rs. 20,000
(b) Rs. 20,050
(c) Rs. 22,000
(d) Rs. 22,050
(e) Rs. 22750
Q10. A bucket contains a mixture of two liquids A and B in the proportion 6 : 5. If 33 litres of the mixture is replaced by 33 litres of liquid B, then the ratio of the two liquids becomes 3 : 4. How much of the liquid A was there in the bucket?
(a) 84 litres
(b) 48 litres
(c) 70 litres
(d) 64 litres
(e) 60 litres
Directions (11-15): Study the following pie chart and table carefully and answer the questions based on them.
Percentage of people in New Delhi working in Night Shifts from various industrial fields
Note: Total people working in night shift in Banking are 5635 in number.
Q11. Find the ratio of number of males to female working in night shift from the Manufacturing and Banking industry respectively.
(a) 2 : 3
(b) 3 : 2
(c) 17 : 7
(d) 1 : 2
(e) 5 : 2
Q13. Find the total number of male from call centers, females from Gaming and males from Banking industry together who work in night shifts?
Q14. 50% females working in night shifts in IT industry left the job and joined the Manufacturing industry in same shift. Find the difference in the new number of females in the two industries.
Q15. Males working in Banking industry are by what percent more or less than that in IT?
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