Directions (1-5): Study the table carefully and answer the questions.
Table given below shows percentage of books sold of 3 different publications by five different sellers in a month.
Note: Books are sold by three publication only.
Q1. Books sold by seller B of XY and YZ pub. Together is how much more/less than books sold by E of Adda & YZ publications together?
(b) None of these
Q2. Books sold by seller C of Adda & XY together is what percent of total books sold by seller D?
(c) None of these
Q3. What is average number of books sold by all sellers of Adda publication?
(d) None of these
Q4. If selling price of each book of Adda publication sold by seller C is Rs. 250 and selling price of each book of XY publication sold by seller D is Rs. 220. Then find the difference in selling price of books of Adda publication sold by C and XY publication sold by D?
(a) Rs. 4500
(b) Rs. 2900
(c) Rs. 3600
(d) Rs. 3100
(e) Rs. 4200
Q5. If profit made on each book sold by seller E is Rs. 44. Then find profit percent of each book sold by seller E? (given that selling price of each book is Rs. 264)
Directions (6-10): Table given below show the distribution of Balls of two companies P and Q sold by five different sellers. Some balls are for ODI Matches and remaining are for Test Matches. Study the data carefully and answer the following question.
Q6. Total Test Matches Balls of company ‘P’ sold by V is what percent more than total ODI Balls of company ‘Q’ sold by X?
Q7. Total Balls sold by Y and Z together of company ‘Q’ is how much more than total Balls sold by X and Y together of company ‘P’.
Q8. Average number of ODI Balls of company P sold by U, V and X together is how much more than average number of ODI Balls of company P sold by Y and Z together.
Q10. Find the total number of Balls of company ‘Q’ sold by U & V together?