**Directions (1-3): Given below bar graph shows total number of students in five different colleges and bar graph also shows number of day scholars. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**Note – Total number of students in each college = Day scholar + Hostler**

**Q1. Total number of hostlers in Shri Ram is what percent less than total number of hostlers in Hindu & Miranda together?**

(a) 64%

(b) 60%

(c) 65%

(d) 55%

(e) 50%

**Q2. Out of total day scholars in Ramjas and St Stephen 37½% & 25% are female, while in Hindu 40% hostlers are female. Find ratio of total male hostlers in Hindu to total male day scholars in Ramjas & St. Stephen’s together?**

(a) 16 : 33

(b) 16 : 29

(c) 15 : 31

(d) 16 : 31

(e) 15 : 33

**Q3. Find the average number of hostlers in all the five colleges?**

(a) 282

(b) 296

(c) 298

(d) 294

(e) 292

**Directions (4-8): Bar chart given below shows per gram rate of Rhodium and Plutonium on different days. Study the data carefully and answer the question.**

**Q4. Sandeep buy 3 grams of Plutonium on Tuesday and 5 grams of Rhodium on Wednesday. Find the amount paid by him in total?**

(a) 28,400

(b) 29,200

(c) 28,600

(d) 28,800

(e) 28,200

**Q5. Average per gram price of Plutonium on all the four days together is how much more than average per gram price of Rhodium on all the four days together.**

(a) 125

(b) 150

(c) 175

(d) 200

(e) 225

**Q6. On Friday per gram price of both Rhodium and Plutonium increases by 10% and 20% respectively as compare to price on Thursday. Find the sum of per gram price of Rhodium and Plutonium on Friday?**

(a) 7825

(b) 8095

(c) 7755

(d) 8460

(e) 8120

**Q7. What is the ratio of per gram price of Rhodium and Plutonium together on Monday to that on Thursday?**

(a) 45 : 47

(b) 47 : 45

(c) 47 : 49

(d) 49 : 47

(e) 49 : 45

**Q8. Aman bought 2 grams of both Rhodium and Plutonium on Wednesday and sell it on Thursday at the given price. Find the amount gained by him?**

(a) 100

(b) 150

(c) 250

(d) 300

(e) 200

**Directions (9-12): line chart given below gives information about no. of article in (‘000) manufactured by a company in a year and % of article unsold in that year.**

**Note –** Number of articles manufactured in a particular year = total articles sold in that year + total unsold articles in that year.

**Q9. Find total no. of articles sold in year 2015 and 2017 together?**

(a) 18000

(b) 27000

(c) 28000

(d) 30000

(e) 32500

**Q10. If unsold articles of 2015 are also available for sale in 2016 and profit earned on selling 1 article in 2016 is Rs.40, then find total profit earned (in Rs.) in 2016.**

(a) 6 lakhs

(b) 5 lakhs

(c) 5.1 lakhs

(d) 5.9 lakhs

(e) 5.5 lakhs

**Q11. No. of articles unsold in year 2014 is what percent of no. of articles sold in year 2017?**

(a) 27.78%

(b) 25%

(c) 33.33%

(d) 14.28%

(e) 16.67%

**Q12. Find average no. of articles unsold in year 2014, 2015 and 2016?**

(a) 2200

(b) 2150

(c) 2225

(d) 2100

(e) 2250

**Directions (13-15) Given below line graph shows percentage distribution of female population of five cities out of total female population in these cities. Study the graph carefully and answer the following question.**

**Q13. What is the total population of city A and C together, if the ratio between population of city A and C is 8 : 9 and ratio between male and female population of city A is 7 : 5.**

(a) 37620

(b) 36720

(c) 32670

(d) 37260

(e) 36270

**Q15. If the ratio between female population to male population of city B is 4 :7., then the total male population of city B is what percent of the total female population of all given cities?**

(a) 33.33%

(b) 54.5%

(c) 45.5%

(d) 36.45%

(e) None of these

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