**Directions (1-5): The following pie chart shows the distribution (in degrees) of number of openings in six different, A, B, C, D, E & F, departments issued by a tech firm X. Study the data carefully and answer the following question.**

**Q1. Find the number of openings in Department ‘B’ is what percent of average number of openings in Department ‘A’ and ‘E’ together?**

(a) 25%

(b) 150%

(c) 75%

(d) 100%

(e) 50%

**Q2. Find the total number of openings in Department ‘D’ and ‘F’ together?**

(a) 2712

(b) 2390

(c) 2456

(d) 2664

(e) 2558

**Q3. In Department E, openings for females are 20% less then openings for males then find total number of openings for females in Department ‘E’? **

(a) 362

(b) 384

(c) 522

(d) 498

(e) 448

**Q4. Find the respective ratio of total number of openings in Department ‘B’ and ‘D’ together to total number of openings in Department ‘E’ and ‘F’ together? **

(a) 8 : 7

(b) 4 : 7

(c) 6 : 7

(d) 9 : 7

(e) 12 : 7

**Q5. Find the average number of openings in Department ‘C’, ‘E’ and ‘F’ together?**

(a) 888

(b) 982

(c) 1102

(d) 1008

(e) 946

**Directions (6-10): Line chart given below shows number of five different, A, B, C, D & E, types of articles sold by three different, K, L & M, sellers. Study the data carefully & answer the following.**

**Q6. Find the sum of number of article A, B and D sold by K is what percent of the article D sold by all the sellers together? **

(a) 120%

(b) 130%

(c) 140%

(d) 125%

(e) 135%

**Q7. Find the ratio of article C sold by all three sellers together to article E sold by all three sellers together?**

(a) 7 : 10

(b) 8 : 11

(c) 9 : 11

(d) 3 : 4

(e) 9 : 13

**Q8. Find the average number of articles sold by L is how much more than average number of articles sold by K?**

(a) 10

(b) 8

(c) 5

(d) 6

(e) 4

**Q9. If another article ‘F’ sold was 20% more than the article ‘E’ and also the ratio of article F sold by seller K, L & M was in the ratio 6:7:5 respectively, then find the number of article F sold by seller M?**

(a) 45

(b) 55

(c) 30

(d) 25

(e) 60

**Q10. If Price of article A is Rs. 2 while price of article B is Rs.3, then find total revenue earned by M is how much more/Less then total revenue earned by K by selling articles A and B together?**

(a) Rs.95

(b) Rs.105

(c) Rs.100

(d) Rs.85

(e) Rs.90

**Directions (11-15): Study the following bar graph and answer the question.**

Given below is the quantities of rice, wheat and sugar (in kg) consumed by 5 different, P, Q, R, S & T, families in year 2019.

**Q11. What is the ratio of total quantity of rice & wheat together consumed by family R to the total quantity of wheat consumed by family T?**

(a) 13 : 21

(b) 20 :13

(c) 22 : 29

(d) 21 : 13

(e) 13 : 20

**Q13. Which quantity out of the three quantities consumed by all the 5 families together is maximum?**

(a) Wheat

(b) Rice

(c) Sugar

(d) Both a & b

(e) None of these

**Q14. In year 2020, if total quantity of wheat and rice consumed by all the family together increases by 12.5% and 33⅓% respectively, then in 2020 what is the difference between total quantity of wheat & rice consumed by all families together?**

(a) 120 kg

(b) 60 kg

(c) 40 kg

(d) 100 kg

(e) 80 kg

**Q15. If the amount (Rs/kg) of wheat, rice and sugar are in the ratio of 5:4:3 and the total amount paid by family Q is Rs. 12560, then find the amount paid for sugar (in Rs.)?**

(a) 2640

(b) 2820

(c) 2440

(d) 2510

(e) None of these

**Solutions**