Directions (1-5): Following table gives the detail of items sold by two different stores i.e Store A and Store B and among them percentage of numbers of items purchased by females are given.
Q2. Find the respective ratio between total number of items purchased by males from store A on Tuesday and Wednesday together to the total numbers of items purchased by females from store B on Thursday and Friday together?
Q3.Find the total number of items purchased by males from store B on all the given days together?
Q4.Total Items purchased on Thursday and Friday together of store A is what percentage of total items purchased on Wednesday and Thursday together of store B ?
Q5.If total items purchased from store A and Store B on Saturday are 20% more and 30% more respectively than the total items sold by store A and B on Wednesday, then find the total number of items purchased from Store A and Store B together on saturday?
Directions (6-10):- Given line graph shows the sum invested, rate of interest and time period of investment by 4 people. Study the data carefully and answer the questions.
(NOTE: all invested their sum at simple interest)
Q6. How much will Rohit receive after completion of his investment period? (in Rs.)
Q7. Interest amount received by Mahesh is what percent more than interest amount received by Karan?
Q8. What is total amount received as interest by Anurag & Rohit together? (in Rs.)
(a)None of these
Q9. If Karan had invested same sum at compound interest at same rate of interest for same period. How much more would he earn?
(c) Rs 70
(d) Rs 60
(e) None of these
Q10. Who among the four had received the highest amount as interest?
(c) Both Anurag & Mahesh
Directions (11-15):- Given bar graph shows the data of expenses (in % distribution) of Mr. Chunky in 4 months on rent, travel & food. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions.
Q11. If salary of Mr. Chunky is Rs. 12000 in July and his savings is half of his expenditure on rent. Find his expenditure on food. (in Rs. )
Q12. If savings and salary of Mr. Chunky are same for all the given months then expenditure on travel in March is what percent of expenditure on food in June?
(e) None of these
Q13. If ratio of total expenditure in May & July is 5:4. Find ratio of expenditure on rent in May to expenditure on travel in July.
Q14. Income of Chunky in March & July is Rs. 5000 & Rs. 8000 of which he saves only 10% in each month. What is his average expenditure on rent in these 2 months?
(c) Rs. 2340
Q15. Expenditure on travel in May is what percent more than expenditure on travel in July if total expenditure for both the months is same?