Directions (1-5): Study the below mentioned line chart carefully and answer the following questions.
Line chart shows the units produced (in units) and units sold (in %) by 5 different companies in a given year.
Q1. Find unsold units of company-A & C together is what percent of sold units of company-D?
Q2. Selling price of an unit sold by company-E & company-B is Rs.15 and Rs.13 respectively. 12% and 15% of units sold by company-E & company-B respectively are returned by the customers. Then, find the difference between total revenue of company-B & company-E.
Q3. Revenue of company-D is Rs.48,600 more than revenue of company-C and selling price of each unit of company-C is Rs.6 more than the selling price of each unit of company-D. If profit % earned by company-C is 20%, then find the cost price of each unit sold by company-C.
Q4. Find difference of average of unsold units of company-A, C & D and average of units sold of company-A & E.
Q5. If units sold by company-F is 350% of the unsold units of company-D & E together and ratio of sold units to unsold units of company-F is 7 : 3. Then, find total units produced by company-F.
Directions (6-10): Study the graph given below carefully and answer the following questions.
Given radar graph shows the number of employees (in ‘000) in 5 companies – A, B, C, D & E and percentage of female employees out of total employees in these 5 years.
Q6. Number of male employees in company – A & C together is what percent more or less than total employees in company – B?
Q7. Find ratio of female employees of company – A & B together to male employees of company – B & D together.
(a) 4 : 5
(b) 21 : 26
(c) 3 : 8
(d) 14 : 17
(e) 11 : 16
Q8. Male employees of company – E is how much more or less than the average of female employees of company – A, B & C?
Q9. If male employees of company – F is 30% more than male employees of company – A and female employees of company – F is 200% of female employees of company – E, then find the difference between total employees of company – D and company – F.
Directions (11-15): In each question two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You should solve both the equations and mark appropriate answer.
(a) If x=y or no relation can be established
(b) If x>y
(c) If x<y
(d) If x≥y
(e) If x≤y