Directions (1-5): – Bar chart given below gives information of no. of students who attempted equal or more than 1 question, 2 questions, 3 questions and 4 questions or equal to 5 questions in an exam. There were 15 students who did not attempt any question. (total no. of question in exam is 5)
Q1. If no. of students who attempted less than 3 questions is considered fail. Find percentage of students who failed in exam?
(e) None of these.
Q5. No. of students who did not attempt any question is how much percent of students who attempted more than 3 questions?
(e) None of these.
Directions (6-10): Given 1st pie chart shows the population distribution of five cities (J, K, L, M and N) and 2nd pie chart shows the male population distribution of these cities.
Note: Ratio of total population of five cities to total male population of these cities is 3 : 2.
Q6. If population of city K is 1,80,000 then find the female population of city L.
Q7. What is the ratio of female population of city M to the female population of city J.
(a) 2 : 15
(b) 15 : 2
(c) 7 : 15
(d) 3 : 16
(e) 4 : 15
Directions (11- 15): Table given below shows total number of tickets which were estimated to be sold in five stadiums. Out of total tickets sold, percentage of A1 tickets sold, and ratio between A2 and A3 is given. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q12. Total A2 tickets sold in Nehru stadium is how much less than ¬A3 tickets sold in Raipur stadium?
Q13. Find the ratio between total A3 tickets sold in Eden and Kaloor stadium together to total A2 tickets sold in Patel and Eden stadium?
(a) 3 : 2
(b) 2 : 3
(c) 20 :23
(d) 23 : 20
(e) 8 : 9
Q14. Find the average number of total A1 tickets sold by all five stadiums together?
Q15. A1 and A2 tickets sold in Nehru stadium is what percent more/less than A1 and A2 tickets sold in Raipur stadium?