Directions (1-5): Bar graph given below show total number of students in five different schools (A, B, C, D & E) in two different years (2021, 2022). Read the following bar graph carefully and answer the questions given below
Q1. The ratio of number of boys to girls in school B and that in D in 2021 is 11:7 & 9:5 respectively. Find the difference between total number of boys in B & D together and number of total girls in both schools in 2021?
Q2. Find the total number of students in school A in 2022 is what percent (approximately) more or less than total number of students in school C in 2021?
Q3. If total number of students in school F in 2022 is 66.66% more than total number of students in E in 2022, then find total number of students in school D and F together in 2022?
Q4. Find the ratio of total number of students in E and that in C together in 2022 to total number of students in B and that in D in 2021?
Q5. Average number of students in A, B & C in 2022 is how much more or less than average number of students in D & E in 2021?
Directions (6-10): Given below is the table which shows the percentage of boys in two school A and B in five different years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.
Note: Total students in any school = Total boys + Total girls in each school
Q6. In 2012, ratio of boys in school A to school B is 45 : 52 and total students in both school in 2012 is 1100. Find the total number of girls in both school in same year.
Q7. If in 2014, boys in school A and B are 288 and 264 respectively then, find total number of girls in both school in 2014.
Q8. If boys in school A in 2014 and girls in school B in 2012 are equal then boys in school B in 2012 are what percent of girls in school A in 2014.
Q9. In 2016, girls in school A are 16⅘% less than girls in school B. Find the ratio of boys in school A to that of school B in 2016.
(a) 100 : 123
(b) 98 : 117
(c) 98 : 125
(d) 92 : 117
(e) 96 : 125
Q10. If total students in school A in 2015 and total student in B in 2013 are 700 and 400 respectively, then find the average number of boys in school A in 2015 and boys in school B in 2013.
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