**Direction (1-5): Study the information carefully and answer the following questions given below.**

There are 5 friends A, B , C, D and E. They work together in different post in the office. They spend the salary only on food and rent.

(1) The money spend on food by A is same as money spend by B on rent. The ratio of money spend on food and rent by C and E is 3:5 and 2:3 respectively. The money spend on rent by A, C and D are in the ratio of 3:2:1 and the ratio of money spend by B and D on food is 3:7.

(2) The ratio of salary of A, B,D and E is 11:8:9:10 and the salary of E is Rs 50000 out of Rs 222000

**Q1. Find the ratio of salary of C and A together and salary of B and D together.**

(a) 87:85

(b) 85:73

(c) 85:87

(d) 23:31

(e) 41:1

**Q2. The amount spend on rent by C is what percent of amount spend on rent by D.**

(a) 20%

(b) 200%

(c) 22%

(d) 11%

(e) 5%

**Q3. The sum of money spend on food by A, B & C is how much more than sum of money spend on rent by D and E. (in Rs)**

(a) 10000

(b) 11000

(c) 12000

(d) 30000

(e) 11500

**Q4. Find the difference between average salary of B and C together and D and E together. (in Rs)**

(a) 21230

(b) 23456

(c) 12345

(d) 11500

(e) 55110

**Q5. Find the sum of 50% total money spend on rent and 30% of total money spend on food (in Rs)**

(a) 11230

(b) 33200

(c) 34000

(d) 89900

(e) 89600

**Directions (6-10): The following pie-chart shows the percentage distribution of passed candidate in RBI exam from cities A, B, C, D, E and F out of the total passed candidates from all six cities together in year 2010 and line graph shows the percentage of fresher candidate who passed from each city out of the total candidates passed from that city in year 2010. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**Q6. If in year 2010, total number of freshers passed from city D was 320, then how many freshers candidates passed the RBI exam from city E?**

(a) 384

(b) 284

(c) 364

(d) 360

(e) 344

**Q7. If in year 2010, total passed candidates from all cities was 1250, then what is the number of the non-fresher candidate from city A who passed the RBI?**

(a) 140

(b) 210

(c) 420

(d) 280

(e) 320

**Q8. If the non-fresher candidates passed from city B in year 2010 were 180, then how many total candidates passed the RBI exam from all cities together?**

(a) 1450

(b) 1200

(c) 1500

(d) 1250

(e) 1800

**Q9. If there is an increase of 10% and 20% in the number of passed candidates in city A and B in year 2011 respectively from year 2010 and total passed candidate from city C in 2010 was 770. Then what would be the difference between number of passed candidates from city A and B in year 2011?**

(a) 712

(b) 812

(c) 912

(d) 880

(e) 822

**Q10. If total passed candidates from city B in year 2010 was 320, then find the ratio of the number of freshers passed from city A to number of non-freshers passed from city C?**

(a) 112 : 187

(b) 113 : 186

(c) 115 : 189

(d) 187 : 112

(e) None of these

**Direction (11-15): Read the given data carefully and answer the questions based on it.**

Three stores sold two different type of Computer mouse (Wired +Wireless). Number of wired computer mouse sold by X is 240. Ratio of number of wireless computer mouse and that of wired computer mouse sold by X is 5: 3. Total no. of wireless computer mouse sold by all the stores are 960. Total computer mouse sold by store Y are 25% more than that by store X. Number of wireless computer mouse sold by store X is 80% of number of wired computer mouse sold by Y. Average no. of computer mouse sold by all the three stores is 690.

**Q11. Wired computer mouse sold by X and Y together is what percentage more or less than wireless computer mouse sold by Y.**

(a) 133⅓%

(b) 152⅔%

(c) 146⅔%

(d) 166⅔%

(e) 111⅔%

**Q12. Find the ratio of total computer mouse sold by Z to total wired computer mouse sold by all the three stores.**

(a) 21 : 37

(b) 17: 31

(c) 19: 29

(d) 21: 31

(e) 23: 39

**Q13. If no. of wireless computer mouse sold by store A is 40% more than wired computer mouse sold by store X and average no. of computer mouse sold by X and A is 637, then find the no. of wired computer mouse sold by store A.**

(a) 271

(b) 308

(c) 278

(d) 298

(e) 288

**Q14. Price of wired computer mouse is 2/3rd of price of wireless computer mouse. If store X earned revenue of Rs.67200 by selling all the computer mouse, then find the price of wireless computer mouse.**

(a) Rs.80

(b) Rs.120

(c) Rs.160

(d) Rs.100

(e) Rs.125

**Q15. If 30% of the total computer mouse sold by store Z are faulty and ratio of faulty wired computer mouse and faulty wireless computer mouse is 5: 4, then find the difference between non-faulty wired computer mouse and non-faulty wireless computer mouse.**

(a) 76

(b) 93

(c) 102

(d) 81

(e) 89

**Solutions**