Directions (1-5): Study the charts given below and answer the following questions.
The given bar chart shows percentage of students in two sections A & B who have scored different range of marks in an exam.
(i) Total number of students who have appeared in exam from section A & B is 200 & 150 respectively
(ii) Marks obtained less than 35% will be considered as failed.
Q1. Find the difference between number of students failed in both the sections?
Q2. Find the total number of students in both the sections who have scored at least 50% but not 60% or more?
Q5. There are total 280 students in section A and 220 students in sections B. If 3 out of every 4 students who did not appear in exam from Section A can pass the exam & 6 out of every 7 students can pass the exam from section B then find the total possible number of failed students in both sections? (if all students have appeared in exam).
Directions (6-10): Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
In a school there are four classes i.e. class VI, VII, VIII and IX. Number of students in class IX is twice of the number of boys in class VIII and is 75% of the number of students in class VII. Ratio of girls in VII to that of in VIII is 6: 5. 40% of the students in class IX are boys and number of girls in class VIII is equal to the number of boys in class VI which is 10 more than number of girls in class IX. Number of girls in class VI is 75% more than number of boys in class VII which is 80% of the number of girls in girls in VIII.
Q6. Number of students in class IX is what percent more than number of boys in class VI?
Q7. Find the difference between number of girls in all the given classes together and the number of students in class VI and VII together?
Q8. Find the average of all the students in classes VI, VII and VIII?
Q10. Boys in all the given classes are approximately what percent of the total students in these classes?
Direction (11 -15): Table given below shows Revenue , expenditure profit and loss percentage of a company in five different years. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.
Note – Positive sign (+) shows profit percentage and negative sign ( – ) shows loss percentage.
Q11. Find the difference between expenditure of company in the year 2001 and revenue of company in the year 2002?
(a) 240 cr.
(b) 280 cr.
(c) 200 cr.
(d) 320 cr.
(e) 360 cr.
Q12. If profit of company in the year 2003 is two times of profit of company in the year 2001, then find the ratio of expenditure of company in the year 2001 to that of in the year 2003?
(a) 4 : 7
(b) 3 :5
(c) 4 : 9
(d) 4: 5
(e) 2 : 3
Q13. Total loss of company in the year 2002 is approximate what percent less than profit of company in the year 2004?
Q15. If loss of company in 2005 is 180 cr. and profit in 2003 is 120cr. then find the ratio of expenditure of company in 2005 to expenditure in 2003.
(e) none of these.