**Directions (1 – 5): Pie chart shows income distribution of four earning member of a family out of total family income in the year 2016. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**Q1. If A and C expend 80% and 60% of their income respectively and total saving of both is Rs. 40800, then find the income of C?**

(a) 72000 Rs.

(b) 78000 Rs.

(c) 54000 Rs.

(d) 90000 Rs.

(e) 60000 Rs.

**Q2. If income of B and D increased by 20% and 40% in the year 2017 over the previous year, then find the ratio of total income of B & D together in 2016 to that of in 2017?**

(a) 3 : 4

(b) 45 : 56

(c) 45 : 53

(d) 47 : 56

(e) 6 :7

**Q3. If expenditure of A and B is same, then find difference between saving of A and B is what percent of income of D?**

(a) 112%

(b) 125%

(c) 150%

(d) 100%

(e) 80%

**Q4. If difference between income of A & D is Rs. 30000 in 2016 and income of B & C increased by 40% and 20% respectively in the year 2017 over 2016, then find difference between income of B & C in the year 2017?**

(a) 24000 Rs.

(b) 26000 Rs.

(c) 20000 Rs.

(d) 28000 Rs.

(e) 32000 Rs.

**Q5. What will be central angle for income of A & D together?**

(a) 128°

(b) 136°

(c) 126°

(d) 144°

(e) 120°

**Directions (6-10): Line graph given below shows total number of books (in hundred) printed by two different publishers A and B together and shows percentage of books printed by publisher B out of total books printed. Read data carefully and answer the following questions:**

**Q6. Total books printed by publisher B in year 2015 and 2016 together is what percent more than total books printed by publisher A in year 2013?**

(a) 162.5%

(b) 160.25%

(c) 164.25%

(d) 158.25%

(e) 166.25%

**Q7. What is the average number of books printed by publisher A in 2013, 2015 & 2016?**

(a) 3250

(b) 3750

(c) 3500

(d) 3550

(e) 3600

**Q8. Books printed by A in year 2018 is half of the total books printed by both in year 2014 and ratio of books printed by publisher A to B in year 2018 is 5 : 3. Then books printed by publisher B in the year 2018 is how much less than books printed by A in year 2015?**

(a) 800

(b) 400

(c) 600

(d) 200

(e) 500

**Q9. If books printed in 2016 by publisher A is sold at the profit of 25% and selling price of each book is Rs 350, then find the total cost price of all the books which is sold by publisher A in 2016(in Rs.) (A sold all books)?**

(a) 11,36,000

(b) 11,42,000

(c) 11,48,000

(d) 11,32,000

(e) 11,34,000

**Q10. What is the ratio of books printed by publisher A in 2014 and 2017 together to books printed by publisher B in the year 2016?**

(a) 25 : 29

(b) 25 : 27

(c) 25 : 31

(d) 25 : 33

(e) 25 : 36

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

Given radar graph shows the number of employees (in ‘000) in 5 companies – A, B, C, D & E and percentage of female employees out of total employees in these 5 years.

**Q11. Number of male employees in company – A & C together is what percent more or less than total employees in company – B?**

(a) 80%

(b) 70%

(c) 60%

(d) 90%

(e) 50%

**Q12. Find ratio of female employees of company – A & B together to male employees of company – B & D together.**

(a) 4 : 5

(b) 21 : 26

(c) 3 : 8

(d) 14 : 17

(e) 11 : 16

**Q13. Male employees of company – E is how much more or less than the average of female employees of company – A, B & C?**

(a) 3000

(b) 4500

(c) 4000

(d) 5500

(e) 5000

**Q14. If male employees of company – F is 30% more than male employees of company – A and female employees of company – F is 200% of female employees of company – E, then find the difference between total employees of company – D and company – F.**

(a) 13100

(b) 18200

(c) 33800

(d) 3300

(e) 23600

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