Directions (1-5): Study the table given below & answer the question.
Table given below shows the number of items sold by four different sellers in the five different months.
Note- Some data are missing in the given table, find the missing data if necessary.
Q1. If seller A sold 150 items in January and February together and number of items sold by seller A in February and March together is 80% of the no. of items sold by same seller in May and June together then find no. of items sold in January by seller A?
Q2. If the ratio of total items sold by seller B in Feb & March together to total items sold by seller C in April & may together is 1 : 2 and items sold by C in May is 64. Then find total items sold by seller B in march?
Q3. If average of items sold in April by all sellers is equal to average items sold in March by all sellers then total items sold by seller B in March is what percent of items sold by seller A in May?
Q4. If no. of items sold by seller D in June is 50% more than no. of items sold by seller B in May then find the difference of total items sold by seller D in May & June together and total items sold by seller A in march & April together?
Q5. Find the ratio of items sold by seller B in Feb & June together to items sold by seller C in May & June together if items sold by seller C in May is 33⅓% of items sold by seller B in June?
(a) 47 : 23
(b) 41 : 23
(c) 43 : 21
(d) 41 : 21
(e) 31 : 21
Directions (6- 10): – The given table shows the number of students in 5 schools and ratio of boys to girls in these school. Study the table carefully and answer the related questions.
Q6. Find the ratio of boys in school A and B together to girls in school A and C together.
(a) 22 : 15
(b) 15 : 22
(c) 19 : 23
(d) 23 : 19
(e) 23 : 15
Q7. Find the average number of students studying in school A, B, D and E?
Q8. Find the number of girls in school D is what percent more than girls in school A.?
Q9. Find the difference between no. of boys in school C and D together to girls in school B and E together.
Directions (11-15): The table Shows the number of Mask, sanitizer and medicines sold in five different Cities. Study the following table carefully and answer the given questions given below.
Q12. Average number of masks sold in all the five cities is how much more or less than average number of sanitizers sold in all the five cities?
Q13. Find the ratio of total number medicines sold in cities B, C and D together to total number sanitizers sold in cities A, C and E together?
Q14. If in another city F number of total articles sold is 40% more than total number of articles sold in city D and number of mask, sanitizer and medicine sold in city F are in the ratio of 10:13:11 respectively, then find total number of sanitizer sold in city F is how much more or less than that of in city B?
Q15. Total number of medicines sold in all the five cities together is how much more or less than the total number of sanitizers sold in all the five cities together?