Direction (1-5): – Bar graph given below shows number of students passed in an exam from school A and B in five different years. Study the bar graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Q1. In 2016, ratio between boys passed to girls passed from school ‘A’ and School ‘B’ was 8 : 5 and 16 : 11 respectively. Find the ratio between boys passed from school ‘A’ and ‘B’ together in 2016 to girls passed from school ‘A’ and ‘B’ together in 2016.
(a) 23 : 31
(b) 32 : 21
(c) 29 : 17
(d) 25 : 37
(e) 3 : 4
Q2. If in 2014, 96% and 85% students passed from school A and B respectively out of total students appeared, then find the average number of failed students from school A and B together in 2014.
Q3. Students passed from school ‘A’ in 2013, 2015, 2017 together is how much less than students passed from school B in 2014, 2016, 2017 together.
Q5. Find the ratio between total number of students passed from school ‘A’ in 2014 and 2015 together to total number of students appeared from school B in 2016 and 2017 together.
(a) 51 : 49
(b) 49 : 51
(c) 47 : 45
(d) 53 : 48
(e) Cannot be determined
Directions (6-10): Given below is the line graph which shows the total three types of heart surgeries did by five different hospitals of India. Read the graph carefully and answer the following questions:
Q7. If the ratio between the successful CAG surgery done by Medanta and Apollo together to the unsuccessful CAG surgery done by Medanta & Apollo together is 9 : 1 then the total of the successful CAG surgery did by Medanta & Apollo together is what percent more than total CAG surgery did by Narayana?
Q8. Find the difference between the average number of CABG surgery did by Medanta, Apollo & Indraprastha hospital together and the average number of CAG surgery did by Apollo, Indraprastha & Narayana hospital together?
Q10. Find the ratio between the total number of CAG, CABG and AICD surgeries did by Indraprastha hospital to the total number of CAG, CABG and AICD surgeries did by Narayana hospital?
(a) 9 : 10
(b) 10 : 9
(c) 9 : 11
(d) 11 : 9
(e) 9 : 13
Directions (11- 15): The following bar graph shows the ratio of export and Import of goods of two countries in five years
Q11. If export of goods from country P in 2012 is increased by 20% as compared to previous year than what is the percentage change in the Import of country P in 2012 as compared to previous year.
Q12. If difference between Import and export in year 2014 of country Q is 36 lakhs then find the export of country Q in 2014.
(a) 16 lakhs
(b) 30 lakhs
(c) 56 lakhs
(d) 18 lakhs
(e) 25 lakhs
Q13. If import of country Q country increases every year by 25%, then find the ratio between export of Q in 2013 to that of Q in 2015.
Q14. Import of country P in 2014 is what percent of the export of country P in the 2014?
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