**Directions (1–5): Given bar graph shows the number of student passed in Xth class from 6 different school.**

**Q1. Pass percentage of school S is equal to that of school Q. Find total strength of school Q is what % more than that of school S.**

(a) 20%

(b) 40%

(c) 50%

(d) 25%

(e) 60%

**Q2. If fail percentage of school P is 65% then, find number of student failed from school P is what percentage of number of student passed from school T.**

(a) 30%

(b) 100%

(c) 120%

(d) 130%

(e) 70%

**Q3. If ratio between total student who passed to who failed from all school is 7 : 3, then find the total number of failed student from all schools together.**

(a) 225

(b) 125

(c) 250

(d) 275

(e) None of these

**Q4. Student passed from school P, Q, U and T together is how much more than that of school R and S together.**

(a) 220

(b) 250

(c) 190

(d) 220

(e) None of these

**Q5. Failed student of school U is 15 more than that of school R. If ratio between total strength of school U to school R is 3 : 2, then find the total number of failed student from both schools together.**

(a) 57

(b) 23

(c) 45

(d) 63

(e) 35

**Directions (6-10): Given bar graph shows the ratio of marked price to selling price of five articles sold by a shopkeeper. Read the information carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Q6. What is the discount% on article B.**

(a) 205

(b) 16 ⅔%

(c) 40%

(d) 8 ⅓%

(e) 50%

**Q7. If mark price of article C is 200% above cost price then find the profit % an selling article C.**

(a) 33 ⅓%

(b) 16 ⅔%

(c) 66 ⅔%

(d) 48 ½%

(e) 50%

**Q8. On article E shopkeeper earn 50 Rs. which is 20% of C.P. what is the difference between cost price and mark price of article.**

(a) 240 Rs.

(b) 210 Rs.

(c) 245 Rs.

(d) 230 Rs.

(e) 235 Rs.

**Q9. Mark price of article D is 264 Rs. If profit is 30 Rs. then find the profit % on it.**

(a) 32%

(b) 37.5%

(c) 12.25%

(d) 25%

(e) 27%

**Q10. Article A has cost of 200 Rs. if mark price is 80% above cost price then find value of discount on it.**

(a) 200 Rs.

(b) 150 Rs.

(c) 120 Rs.

(d) 110 Rs.

(e) 140 Rs.

**Directions (11-15): Given bar graph shows percentage distribution of people who like three different fruits i.e. Apple, Orange and Grapes in 4 cities. Population of P,Q,R and S considered for this survey is in ratio of 6:2:4:5 respectively and each people from every city likes only one fruits.**

**Q11. Find ratio of total number of people who like apple from cities P and R together to total number of people who likes Grapes from these two cities together.**

(a) 22 : 25

(b) 10 : 11

(c) 19 : 22

(d) 31 : 33

(e) 9 : 11

**Q13. People who like grapes from city Q is what percent more or less than people who like apple from city S ?**

(a) 50%

(b) 66 ⅔%

(c) 62 ½%

(d) 68 ⅓%

(e) 65%

**Q14. Number of people who like Grapes from city S is 7200. Then find average population of city P, Q and R considered for this survey.**

(a) 14,400

(b) 14,200

(c) 14,000

(d) 14,140

(e) 14,720

**Q15. Total population from all cities who like oranges are what percent of total population of cities P and R who are considered for that survey?**

(a) 45%

(b) 49%

(c) 51%

(d) 53%

(e) 57%

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