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.
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.
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.
(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.
(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.
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.
(b) 16 ⅔%
(d) 8 ⅓%
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%
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.
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 ?
(b) 66 ⅔%
(c) 62 ½%
(d) 68 ⅓%
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.
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?
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