Directions (1-5): Bar diagram given below shows percentage of children of six cities who eat junk food. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q1. If population of city B is 30,000 and 15% are children, find number of children in city B who do not eat junk food ?
Q3. Find population of city C if difference between number of children eating junk food and children who do not eat junk food in city C is 2100 (Given: – 15% population of city C are children)?
Q4. Find number of children who do not eat junk food in city D if total number of children are 2500 ?
Q5. Find total number of children in city F if number of children who eat junk food is 150 ?
Directions (6-10): Study the given line graph carefully and answer the questions.
Line graph shows the percentage of chair sold by six shopkeepers.
Q6. Chairs sold by shopkeeper B and D together is how much more than chairs sold by shopkeeper A and F together ?
Q7. Chairs sold by shopkeeper A and E together is how much percentage more than chairs sold by shopkeeper B and C together?
Q8. F sold only three types of chairs i.e. K, L and M in the ratio 3 : 5 : 4 .Find the difference of chairs sold by F of type K and M together and that of type L ?
Q10. What is the ratio of average of chairs sold by shopkeeper B, C and D together to average of chairs sold by shopkeeper A and E together?
(a) 25 : 33
(b) 21 : 11
(c) 26 : 33
(d) 11 : 24
(e) 11 : 26
Q11. A retailer buy article A and markup it 20 % above its cost price. At the time of sale if he gave 10% discount instead of 20% and he earns Rs. 4.8 more. Find the cost price of the article A.
Q12. Rahul bought a earphone & paid 10% less than its original price. If he sold it at 20% profit on the price he had bought, what profit percentage did Rahul earn on the original price?
Q13. The difference of the areas of two squares drawn on 2 line segments of different lengths is 32 cm². Find the length of the greater line segment, if one is longer than the other by 2 cm.
(a) 9 cm
(b) 12 cm
(c) 10 cm
(d) 8 cm
(e) 6 cm
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