Directions (1-5): Read the following line graph carefully and answer the questions given below.
Following the line graph shows total no. of students (in ’00’) registered in five different exams from city Z and percentage distribution of no. of students appeared in that exam.
Q1. Total no. of students appeared in exam A and D together is approximately what % more/less than no. of student appeared in exam B and E together.
Q2. Find the ratio of no. of students appeared in exam B to that of C.
Q3. Find the average no. of students appeared in the exam C, D, & E together.
Q4. Ratio of boys to girls who appeared in exam D and B are 6:5 & 4:3 respectively. Find the difference between total no. of boys to total no. of girls in exam D & B.
Q5. Find the sum of total no. of students who registered in all the five exam.
Directions (6-10):- Pie chart given below shows distribution of monthly expenditure of Ayush in six different fields. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Note: –1. Ratio of monthly expenditure of Ayush to that of Arun is 5: 3.
2. Income =Savings + Expenditures
3. Distribution of expenditure is also same for Arun.
Q6. Expenditure of Arun on cloths is Rs 3600 then find difference between his travel expenses and Rent.
(a) Rs 800
(b) Rs 1200
(c) Rs 600
(d) Rs 720
(e) Rs 900
Q7. If difference of the bills submitted by Arun and that of Ayush is Rs 2000 then find the annual income of Ayush if his monthly saving is Rs 18000.
(a) Rs 7,96,000
(b) Rs 7,66,000
(c) Rs 8,16,000
(d) Rs 8,06,000
(e) Rs 8,18,000
Q8. Find the ratio of Ayush’s expenditure on food, rent and cloths together to that of Arun’s on child education, travel and bills together.
(a) 9: 5
(b) 21: 11
(c) 25: 12
(d) 45: 23
(e) 48: 23
Q9.If annual income of Ayush is Rs 7.2 lac then find the difference between Ayush’s monthly expenditure on travel and that of Arun’s monthly expenditure on child education and bills together?(given that ratio of income of Ayush and Arun is 5 : 3)
(a) Rs 3000
(b) Rs 3300
(c) Rs 4500
(d) Rs 3200
(e) None of these
Q10. If Rahul’s expenditure is 50% more than that of Arun’s then find Rahul’s expenditure on food and bills together is what percent of Ayush’s expenditure on rent (consider same expenditure distribution for Rahul)?
Directions (11-15): Study the given line graph carefully and answer the following questions based on it.
The line graph given below shows the no. of bags (Backpack + Duffle + Trolley) sold by a company in 5 different months.
Q11. Total no. of bags sold in February and March together is what percent of no. of bags sold in May and January together.
Q12. Find the difference between average no. of backpacks sold in March and April and average no. of Duffle bags sold in February and March.
Q13. In June average no. of bags sold are 25% more than the average no. of bags sold in February. If in June, Duffle bags sold are 14 2/7% more than Trolley bag sold and 20% less than Backpack sold, then find the total Duffle bag sold in June.
Q14. Trolley bag sold in February is what percentage more/less than the Backpack sold in May.
Q15. Price of each backpack, Duffle and Trolley is Rs.50, Rs.40 and Rs.60 respectively. Find the revenue of company in April.