Directions (1-5): Pie chart shown below shows percentages of markers sold by six sellers.
Table shows ratio three type of marker out of total markers sold by different sellers. Study the data carefully and solve the following questions.
Q2. Seller ‘E’ and ‘F’ keep the S.P. of each X, Y and Z markers same and total S.P. of X, Y, Z sold by E is Rs.47250. Find the total S.P. of all the markers sold by F if E kept the SP of each X, Y, Z marker in the ratio 1 : 1.5 : 3.
Q4. There are two customers, Satish and Veer. Seller ‘B’ sells 60% of X marker to Satish, and remaining to Veer, B also sells 40% of Y marker to Satish and remaining to veer. Find the S.P. of each Y marker if Satish and Veer pays Rs.8370 and Rs.9180 for X and Y marker respectively.
Q5. Out of six sellers, which seller sells maximum number of X type of marker?
Directions (6-10): The following table shows different plans offered by a lender, type of interest and rates of interest applicable during first, second and third years.
(Note: Some values are missing, you need to calculate those values if required.)
Q6. If two persons borrows an equal amount of Rs.12000 under plan B and plan E respectively and rate of interest for the first year under plan B and D is same, then what is the difference between second year’s interests alone paid by each of them?
(e) Cannot be determined
Q8. If the amounts borrowed by a person under plan B and C are in the ratio 16 : 13 and rate of interest applicable during the first year under plan B and D is same, then what is ratio of interests payable under these plans at the end of second year.
(a) 5 : 6
(b) 3 : 5
(c) 3 : 4
(d) 5 : 4
(e) 2 : 3