Directions (1–5): Pie chart given below shows distribution ( in degree and in absolute value) of savings of five persons (P, Q, R, S & T) and bar graph shows percentage of expenditure of these five persons. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.
Note – Total income of any person = Total (saving + expenditure) of that person.
Q1. Find ratio of income of P to that of T?
(a) 3 : 2
(b) 2 : 3
(c) 3 : 5
(d) 4 : 3
(e) 3 : 4
Q2. Total expenditure of Q is what percent more than that of R?
Q3. Find average income of R & S?
(a) 10000 Rs.
(b) 8000 Rs.
(c) 9000 Rs.
(d) 7000 Rs.
(e) 5000 Rs.
Q5. Income of Q is what percent less than that of P?
Directions (6-10): Study the line chart and table given below and answer the following questions.
Line chart shows the number of chairs manufactured by 4 different chair manufacturers (A, B, C & D) in 2016 & 2017 and table shows the number of chairs sold by these manufacturers in 2016 & 2017.
Note – Total chairs manufactured by any manufacturer in any year = Total chairs (sold + unsold) of that manufacturer in that year.
Q6. Unsold chairs of A & D together in 2016 are what percent of sold chairs of B & D together in 2017?
Q7. If manufacturing cost of a chair for D in 2016 & 2017 is Rs.200 and selling price of a chair for D in 2016 & 2017 is Rs.250 and Rs.400 respectively, then find profit% is maximum in which year among 2016 & 2017 for D? (D destroyed all the unsold chairs in these 2 years)
(a) Maximum in 2017
(b) Maximum in 2016
(c) Equal in 2016 & 2017
(d) None of these
(e) Cannot be determined
Q8. Find ratio of chairs manufactured by A & C together in 2016 to chairs sold by C & D together in 2017.
(a) 7 : 5
(b) 11 : 5
(c) 12 : 7
(d) 10 : 9
(e) 5 : 3
Q9. If chairs manufactured by A in 2018 are 50% more than chairs sold by B in 2016 and ratio of sold to unsold chairs of A in 2018 is 2 : 1, then find average of chairs sold by A in 2016, 2017 & 2018.
Q10. Find average number of chairs sold by A, B, C & D in 2016 is how much more or less than total unsold chairs of A, B, C & D together in 2017?
Directions (11-15): the bar graph given below provides the information of students who appeared for banking and ssc exams from given cities and line graph provides details of percentage of qualified students of these two exams from given cities.
Q11. What is the ratio of number of SSC qualified students from cities P and R together and SSC students qualified from cities S and U together?
(a) 248: 279
(b) 279: 248
(c) 289: 240
(d) 259: 265
(e) 279: 227
Q12.What is average number of students qualified in banking exams from cities R,S and T together in 2017?
Q13. Find the difference between qualified students of banking to SSC students in cities P, Q and T together?
Q14.Number of banking students who qualified from cities R and S together is how much more/less than number of ssc students who qualified from cities Q and U together?
Q15.Find the total number of qualified students of SSC exams from all the given cities together?
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