Directions (1–5): Given below table shows total application of five different exams filled by online mode, percentage of application filled by offline mode. Also table shows
Percentage of application rejected (online mode + offline mode) and percentage of applicants appeared in each exams. Read the table carefully and answer the questions.
Note – Total application = Number of application filled by online mode + Number of application filled by offline mode
Q1. Out of total rejected applications in RRB PO & SBI CLERK exams ratio between applications rejected of online mode to offline mode is 2 : 3 and 3 : 7 respectively. Find difference between total applications rejected of online mode and total applications rejected of offline mode in these two exams?
Q3. Out of total appeared applicants in RRB PO & IBPS CLERK exams 1.8% & 2% applicants get final selection respectively. Find total applicants who get final selection in these two exams?
Q4. Out of total rejected applications in SBI PO & IBPS PO exams ratio between applications rejected of online mode to offline mode is 7 : 8 and 11 : 14 respectively . Then find total applications rejected of offline mode in these two exams is what percent of total applications rejected in SBI CLERK exam?
Q5. If 15% & 24% of total applications filled by offline mode in RRB PO & SBI CLERK respectively exams are rejected, then find the average number of applications rejected, which filled by online mode in these two exams?
Directions (6-10): Given below are two pie charts. Ist pie chart shows the degree distribution of the milk in five vessel out of the total milk in these vessel. Pie chart II shows the percentage distribution of water in five vessels out of total quantity of water in five vessels ?
Note : Ratio of total milk to total water in these five containers are 4 : 1.
Q6. If the total quantity of water and milk in vessel A is 125 L, then total mixture of milk and water in vessel B is how much percentage more or less than total mixture of milk and water in vessel E ?
Q7. Mixture of vessel A, B and C poured into a bigger vessel. Given quantity of milk in bigger vessel is 518 ℓ then find the difference of total mixture of bigger vessel and total mixture of vessel D and E together ?
(a) 270 ℓ
(b) 350 ℓ
(c) 370 ℓ
(d) 380 ℓ
(e) 360 ℓ
Q8. Mixture of vessel C and D poured into an another vessel F. 165 ℓ of mixture taken out from the vessel F and 29 ℓ water added in the vessel, now ratio of milk to water is 8 : 3. Find the quantity of milk in vessel B ?
(a) 48.6 ℓ
(b) 109.2 ℓ
(c) 87.5 ℓ
(d) 53.6 ℓ
(e) 55.6 ℓ
Q9. If total quantity of milk is 900 ℓ and a milk man charged 14 Rs. 15 Rs. and 16 Rs. per liter mixture vessel A, B and C respectively then find his profit if his profit per cent on selling all three mixtures is 25% ?
(a) 2373.75 Rs.
(b) 2275.75 Rs.
(c) 2569.75 Rs.
(d) 2169.75 Rs.
(e) 2159.75 Rs.
Q10. Quantity of mixture in vessel A is 200 ℓ, 40ℓ mixture taken out from vessel A, and mixed in vessel B, again 40 liter mixture taken out from vessel A and mixed in vessel B. Find the ratio of milk in vessel A to water in vessel B in resulting mixture ?
(a) 8 : 3
(b) 12 : 5
(c) 13 : 5
(d) 21 : 5
(e) 11 : 5