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**Direction (1-5): Given below pie chart (I) shows percentage distribution of number of five flowers in garden A, while pie chart (II) shows percentage distribution of these five flowers in garden ‘B’. Read the data carefully and answer the question.**

**Q1. If total number of flowers in garden ‘B’ is 60% more than that of total number of flowers in garden ‘A’, then find percentage of Lily in both gardens ‘A’ & ‘B’ taken together?**

(a) 26 %

(b) 25 %

(c) 22 %

(d) 20 %

(e) 18 %

**Q2. If total Rose is garden ‘A’ is 40% of total Rose in garden ‘B’, then find total flower in garden ‘B’ is what percent more than total flower in garden ‘A’?**

(a) 20%

(b) 15%

(c) 10%

(d) 25%

(e) 30%

**Q3. If total number of flower in garden ‘A’ is 40% more than that of in garden ‘B’ and total number of dahlia in garden ‘A’ & ‘B’ together is 384, then find the total number of marigold in both garden ‘A’ & ‘B’ together?**

(a) 992

(b) 988

(c) 1020

(d) 966

(e) 1008

**Q5. Total flower in garden ‘B’ is 80% more than total flower in garden ‘A’ and total lily in both gardens is 840, then find difference between total marigold in garden ‘A’ and total dahlia in garden ‘B’?**

(a) 142

(b) 140

(c) 144

(d) 148

(e) 152

**Directions (6-10): The pie graphs given below show the percentage change in production of rice and sugar in five different states (i.e. A,B,C,D & E) in year 2018 over that of 2017.**

**Note:** Total production of Rice & Sugar in 2017 in all states together is 20,000 kg and 12000 kg respectively.

**Q6. The amount of production of sugar in all the states together in 2017 is what percent of the amount of production of Rice in all the states together in 2018 ? **

(a) 50%

(b) 40%

(c) 30%

(d) 60%

(e) none of these

**Q7. If production of Rice in state A in 2017 is 2000 kg and production of rice in state A in 2018 is equal to the production of sugar in 2018 in state C, then find the amount of production of sugar in state C in 2017. **

(a) 1600kg

(b) 1800kg

(c) 1700kg

(d) 1900kg

(e) none of these

**Q8. If out of total production of sugar in 2017, 40% belonged to state D and A in ratio 3 : 5, then find the production of sugar in state D in 2018. **

(a) 2800kg

(b) 1400kg

(c) 1800kg

(d) 2100kg

(e) none of these

**Q9. If production of Rice in state D in 2018 is 20% more than the production of sugar in state E in 2018 and production of sugar in state E is increased by 120 kg in 2018, then amount of rice in state D in 2017 is equal to **

(a) 580kg

(b) 780kg

(c) 720kg

(d) 600kg

(e) none of these

**Q10. What is the average of amount of rice produced in 2018 in all states and amount of sugar produced in 2017 in all states ? **

(a) 18000kg

(b) 18500kg

(c) 19000kg

(d) 13400kg

(e) none of these

**Directions (11 – 15): Given line graph shows number of applicants of SSC and Bank PO in given six years. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Q11. If number of applicants of Bank PO in 2015 were 87.5% more than vacancies declared for same and only 70% of applicants reached final interview, find number of students not qualified in interview? (No. of applicants selected were equal to vacancy released).**

(a) 2200

(b) 3400

(c) 2800

(d) 2500

(e) 3200

**Q12. Average number of Bank PO applicants in 2014, 2016 and 2017 together is what percent more/less than average number of SSC applicants in 2012 & 2015 together?**

(a) 36%

(b) 25%

(c) 44%

(d) 37.5%

(e) 22.5%

**Q14. In 2017, only 40% and 55% applicants got selection in Bank Po and SSC respectively, then find ratio between applicants not selected in same in 2017?**

(a) 3 : 4

(b) 5 : 7

(c) 5 : 6

(d) 4 : 7

(e) 6 : 7

**Q15. In 2011, Ratio between SSC applicants to Bank PO applicants was 4 : 3 and SSC applicants in 2011 were 40% more than SSC applicants in 2012,then find number of Bank PO applicants in 2011?**

(a) 14200

(b) 14700

(c) 16300

(d) 15800

(e) 13900

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