Directions (1 -5): Table given below data regarding students participated for ‘National level math Olympiad’ from five different schools. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.
Q1. Find the difference between number of boys participated from school A & E?
Q3. Find the ratio of failed boys in B to failed boys in D?
(b) 115: 111
(c) 64: 111
(d) 155: 111
(e) 111 : 115
Q4. From that school where passed boys are second maximum, how many girls participated from that school?
Q5. Find average number of failed boys & passed girls from C?
Direction (6–10): Refer to the table given below and answer the questions.
Table shows the total number of votes, percentage of valid votes and ratio of valid votes of males and valid votes of females in different village.
Q6. If the average number of valid votes in village A, B and D is 750. Then what is the difference of valid votes of male and female in village A?
Q7. If the ratio of valid votes of village C and D together is 3 : 2. Then valid votes of females in village C is approximately what percent more than valid votes of male in village D? [Given that valid votes of females is 50% more than that of male in village D]
Q8. If the difference of valid votes of male and female of village E is 250 and total number of valid votes in village C is 20% more than total votes in village E. Then find the total invalid votes in village C?
Q9. If the average of valid votes of male in village A and Village D is 280 and the average of invalid votes of Village A and D is 520. Then find the percentage of valid votes of female in village A with respect to valid votes of female in village D?(Total votes in village A is 500)
Q10. If the valid votes of males is 40% less than valid votes of females in both villages B and D, then find the difference of total male valid votes in village B and D together and total female valid votes in same villages together?
Direction (11-15): Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions. The given graph shows the profit percentage of three companies in different years.
Profit= Income- Expenditure and profit percentage is calculated using income as a reference.
Q11.What is the difference (in Rs. Lakhs) between the profits of A in 2000 and 2002? Assume that the expenditures of A in 2000 and 2002 were Rs. 9 lakhs and Rs. 10.2 lakhs respectively.
(a) Rs 72,000
(b) Rs 60,000
(c) Rs 75,000
(d) Rs 80,000
(e) Rs 90,000
Q12. The expenditure of B in 2004 was same as the expenditure of C in 2000, what was the ratio of the income of B in 2004 to that of C in 2000?
(a) 3: 2
(b) 1: 1
(c) 5: 4
(d) 2: 3
(e) None of these
Q13. The ratio of the incomes of A and B in 2008 was 5: 4. What was the ratio of the expenditure of A to that of B in that year?
(a) 10: 7
(b) 10: 9
(c) 5: 4
(d) 3: 2
(e) 6: 5
Q14. If the expenditure of A in 2002 was Rs 50 lakh and that of C and B together in that year is Rs 20 lakhs more than that of A, then what was the ratio of the income of A to that of B and C together?
(a) 4: 7
(b) 5: 8
(c) 5: 7
(d) 2: 3
(e) 5: 6
Q15.The sum of income of C in 2006 and that of B in 2010 is Rs 15 lakh and expenditure of B in 2010 is Rs 1.8 lakhs more than the expenditure of C in 2006 then find the difference of their income in the given year?
(a) 4.2 lakhs
(b) 4 lakhs
(c) 2.5 lakhs
(d) 3 lakhs
(e) 3.4 lakhs