Directions (1-5): Following Table chart gives the details of 5 students of a particular school in five different subjects in the annual exam.
Note:- the data provided in the table is percentage of marks out of total marks in that particular subject.
Q1. Total marks scored by lokesh in physics, chemistry and maths together is how much more/less than total marks scored by Amit in the same three subjects together?
Q2. Find the overall percentage of marks scored by Siddharth in the exam?
Q3. Find the difference of total marks scored by Ritesh in all the given subject together and total marks scored by Aakash in all the given subjects together?
Q4. Find the average marks scored in physics subject by all the given five students together?
Q5. Total marks scored by Aakash, Siddharth and Lokesh in English is what percentage of the total marks scored by Amit, Aakash and lokesh in maths?
Directions (6-10): Given table shows the data of students of a class related to results of Half-yearly and Annual examination. Study the data carefully and answer the questions.
Q6. How many students are there in Section B of class?
Q8. what is average of students who passed in only one examination in all sections together?
Q9. Students failed in both exams in section C are what percent of total students in section C? (in %)
Q10. Which sections have equal number of students?
(a) section A & B
(b) section A & C
(c) section B & C
(d) all have same no. of students
Directions (11-15): 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.
Q12. 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 ?
Q13. Find the total number of items purchased by males from store B on all the given days together?
Q14. 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 ?
Q15. 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?
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