Directions (1-5): In the table, the total number of eligible voters of 5 villages with % valid votes out of total casted votes are given . Answer the question based on following data –
Note: In each village, 10% eligible voters did not cast their votes and only two person stand in the election
Q1. Find ratio b/w number of invalid votes casted in village C to the number of valid votes casted in village B.
(a) 7 : 33
(b) 32 : 165
(c) 31 : 163
(d) 17 : 154
(e) None of these
Q2. If the winner got 52% of valid votes in village B. Find the no. of votes got by the person who lost?
Q3. Find the average number of valid votes of village A and village D together?
(e) None of these
Q4. Find the number of votes by which the winner won in the election if the person who lose got 40% of valid votes in village E?
Directions (6-10): Given table shows the number of Cars manufactured and percentage of Cars sold by six companies in 2017. Answer the following questions based on given data–
Q6. Total number of Cars sold by Companies C and D together is what percent more/less than Cars that remain unsold by Companies B and E together? (rounded off to nearest integer).
Q7. of Cars sold by Company F were diesel cars and ratio between number of diesel and petrol cars manufactured in 2017 was 3 : 4, find number of petrol cars that remain unsold by F in 2017? (Consider only diesel and petrol cars were manufactured).
Q8. In 2016, total cars manufactured by six companies together is 44% less than total cars manufactured by six companies together in 2017. If ratio of total cars sold to total cars manufactured in 2016 is 13: 20. Then, find total number of cars remains unsold in 2016?
Q9. Company ‘C’ gets Rs. 2 lakh profit on selling each car and suffers a loss of Rs. 80,000 on every unsold car, find overall profit of Company C in 2017?
(a) 45 lakh
(b) 92 lakh
(c) 80 lakh
(d) 65 lakh
(e) 75 lakh
Q10. Cars manufactured by Companies B, C and F together in 2016 was 40% more than the cars manufactured in year 2017 and car sold by B, C and F together are 80% more than cars sold by same companies in 2017.Find number of cars that remain unsold by given companies together in 2016?
Direction (11-15): Table given below shows the total number of players in different sports Academy and percentage of Football players in each Academy. Study the following table carefully and answer the questions based on it.
Note: There are only two games played in each Academy i.e., Football and Cricket and each player plays only one game
Q11. Number of cricket players in ‘L’ and ‘M’ sports Academy together is what percent of the number of Football players in ‘N’ sports Academy?
(b) 147 1/4%
(d) 136 1/4%
(e) 142 2/3%
Q12. Average number of cricket players in ‘N’ and ‘X’ sports Academy together is how much more/less than the average number of Football players in ‘K’ and ‘Y’ sports Academy together?
Q13. Number of males playing cricket in ‘N’ sports Academy is 40% more than the number of females playing same game in same sports Academy & males playing cricket in ‘X’ sports Academy is 240.Find total number of females playing cricket in ‘N’ and ‘X’ sports Academy together?
Q14. of football players left sports Academy ‘L’ & joined sports Academy ‘M’. Find the new ratio of cricket players in sports Academy ‘M’ to Football players in sports Academy ‘M’?
(a) 88 : 51
(b) 51 : 88
(c) 83 : 53
(d) 53 : 83
(e) 81 : 53
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