**Directions (1 – 5): Bar graph given below shows markup percentage and discount percentage on five different articles sold by a shopkeeper. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Q1. If the ratio of selling price of article E to that of article A is 1 : 1, then find out the ratio of cost price of article A to that of article E? **

(a)7:9

(b)9:7

(c)9:8

(d)8:9

(e)None of these

**Q2. If cost price of each article is same, then which article is sold at third maximum profit?**

(a)A

(b)B

(c)C

(d)D

(e)E

**Q3. If the cost price of article D is Rs.100 more than Cost price of article C, while mark price of article D is Rs.260 more than mark price of article C, then find the difference between selling price of article D and that of article C?**

(a)54

(b)48

(c)42

(d)36

(e)28

**Q4. If the selling price of article D is 68 ¾ % more than that of article C, then find the cost price of article D is what percent more/less than that of article C? **

(a)100%

(b)50%

(c)150%

(d)75%

(e)125%

**Q5. If shopkeeper earn Rs.48 profit on selling article B, then find the Mark price of article B? **

(a)None of these

(b)1620

(c)1512

(d)1718

(e)1416

**Directions (6-10): Bar graph shows the number of mobiles (in hundred) sold by five different companies (A, B, C, D & E) in three different years (2010, 2011 & 2012). Study the bar graph carefully and answer the following questions.**

**Q6. Find the respective ratio of total mobiles sold by A & C together in 2012 to total mobiles sold by E in 2011 & 2010 together?**

(a)10:7

(b)7:9

(c)9:7

(d)7:10

(e)9:10

**Q7. Find the total mobiles sold by B & C together in 2011 are what percent of total mobiles sold by A & E together in 2010?**

(a)200%

(b)150%

(c)50%

(d)75%

(e)125%

**Q9. If n is the number of mobiles sold by A on 2013 and the average number of mobiles sold by A in 2011, 2012 and 2013 together is 75% of total mobiles sold by all five companies together in 2011, then find the value of 140% of n?**

(a)14800

(b)12600

(c)17200

(d)18800

(e)11200

**Q10. If the selling price of each mobile sold in 2012 of C to B is 5:7 and sum of revenue generated from both of them in 2012 is Rs. 7,80,00,000, then find value of 120% of difference in revenue generated from mobiles sold in 2012 of B and C?**

(a)None of these

(b)2200000

(c)1200000

(d)1600000

(e)2600000

**Directions (11-15): Read the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions given below. **

Following the bar graph shows percentage distribution no. of FIR registered in five different cities in two different months.

Note:

Total FIR registered in March=1600

Total FIR registered in April=2400

**Q11. If the number of FIR’s registered in city F in both the months is 25% more than number of FIR’s registered in city E in both the months together, then find the total number of FIR’s registered in city F in both the month together?**

(a)900

(b)980

(c)840

(d)880

(e)940

**Q12. Find the number of FIR’s registered in city B in April is approximately what percent of number FIR’s registered in city A in March?**

(a)52%

(b)56%

(c)46%

(d)42%

(e)60%

**Q13. Find the total number of FIR’s registered in city E and D together in April is how much more/less than total number of FIR’s registered in city A and B in March?**

(a)None of these

(b)756

(c)696

(d)632

(e)712

**Q14. Find the respective ratio of total number of FIR’s registered in city C in April to total number of FIR’s registered in city D in March?**

(a)25:33

(b)33:25

(c)29:31

(d)31:29

(e)29:25

**Q15. If the ratio of FIR registered in city E under civil to criminal offence is 3:5 in the month of April, then find the value of 33⅓% of FIR registered under civil offence?**

(a)36

(b)42

(c)54

(d)62

(e)80

**Solutions**