**Directions (1-5): Study the line chart and table carefully and answer the following questions.**

Line chart shows the number of laptops manufactured by HP & DELL in 5 different years and table shows the percentage of laptops sold by these 2 companies in given 5 years. Both companies started their production from 2015.

**Q1. Laptops sold by HP & DELL together in 2018 are what percent more/less than total unsold laptops of HP & DELL together in 2016.**

(a) 140%

(b) 85%

(c) 100%

(d) 125%

(e) 150%

**Q2. Find ratio of total unsold laptops of HP in 2017 & 2018 together to total unsold laptops of DELL in 2015, 2016 & 2019 together.**

(a) 3:2

(b) 7:8

(c) 5:7

(d) 11:17

(e) 18:11

**Q3. Total laptops sold by DELL in 2015, 2016 & 2017 together is what percent of total laptops manufactured by HP in 2017 & 2018 together? **

(a) 20%

(b) 90%

(c) 60%

(d) 40%

(e) 70%

**Q4. If manufacturing cost of each laptop of HP & DELL for given all years is Rs.13500 & Rs.18000 respectively, then what is the total manufacturing cost of HP & DELL together in 2015 & 2016 together?**

(a) Rs. 76.5 crores

(b) Rs. 45.5 crores

(c) Rs. 57.5 crores

(d) Rs. 69.5 crores

(e) Rs. 61.5 crores

**Q5. Total laptop sold by HP in 2017 & 2019 together are how many more/less than total laptop sold by DELL in 2017 & 2019 together? **

(a) 1000

(b) 2500

(c) 1500

(d) 2100

(e) 900

**Directions (6-10): Study the given bar graphs carefully and answer the following questions.**

Bar chart (I) shows the percentage of people (male + female) who bought tickets to watch water show in 5 different cities (A, B, C, D & E).

Bar chart (II) shows percentage of female who bought tickets out of total people (male + female) who bought tickets and percentage of female who bought passes out of total people (male + female) who bought passes to watch water show in given five cities.

**Note** – People can watch water show in given 5 cities by buying either tickets or passes.

**Q6. If total people who watched water show in C is 400% more than that of in A, then total male who watched water show in A are what percent of total male who watched water show in C?**

(a) 62.5%

(b) 87.5%

(c) 12.5%

(d) 75%

(e) 37.5%

**Q7. If total male who watch water show in B are 20000, and total people who watch water show in A are 60% more than that of in B, then find total male who bought passes to watch water show in A? **

(a) 17840

(b) 16720

(c) 14860

(d) 15360

(e) None of the above.

**Q8. Total female who bought tickets to watch water show in E are 10000 more than total male who bought passes to watch water show in E. Ratio of total male who bought passes to watch water show in E to total male who bought passes to watch water show in C is 4:7. What is the total number of people who bought tickets to watch water show in C?**

(a) 70000

(b) 50000

(c) 60000

(d) 65000

(e) 55000

**Q9. If total people who watch water show in B and E are 60000 and 75000 respectively, then total male who bought passes to watch water show in B are what percent more/less than total female who bought passes to watch water show in E?**

(a) 28⅓%

(b) 16⅔%

(c) 11⅔%

(d) 19⅓%

(e) 24⅔%

**Q10. If difference between total female who bought tickets to watch water show in D and total male who bought passes to watch water show in D is 12000, then total people who bought tickets to watch water show in D are how many more or less than total people who bought passes to watch water show in D?**

(a) 12000

(b) 18000

(c) 14000

(d) 20000

(e) 16000

**Direction (11 – 15): Read the given information carefully and answer the following questions.**

A and B are two shopkeepers who sold three different types of chocolates i.e Dairy milk, 5 star and Kit Kat. Number of Kit Kat sold by A is 125% more than the number of 5 star sold by B. Number of 5 star sold by A is 162.5% of the number of Dairy milks sold by him.

Average of Dairy milk sold by A and B is 72. Average of Kit Kat sold by A and B is 105. Total number of chocolates sold by A and B together is 536. Number of Dairy milk sold by A is 125% of number of Dairy milk sold by B.

**Q11. Total chocolates sold by A are how many more/less than total chocolates sold by B?**

(a) 115

(b) 116

(c) 117

(d) 118

(e) 119

**Q12. If price of a 5-star chocolate is Rs. 10 and price of a Kit Kat chocolate is Rs. 15 for both the shopkeepers, then the total revenue generated by A on selling 5 Star and Kit Kat together is approximately what percent of total revenue generated by B on selling 5 star and Kit Kat together?**

(a) 150%

(b) 160%

(c) 155%

(d) 165%

(e) 175%

**Q13. Shopkeeper A and B have dairy milk of two types – small (cost Rs. 20) and large (cost Rs. 40). Ratio of small to large dairy milk sold by A is 2:3 and Ratio of small to large dairy milk sold by B is 5: 3. Total revenue generated from selling large dairy milk by A and B together is how much more/less than Total revenue generated from selling small dairy milk by A and B together?**

(a) Rs. 1440

(b) Rs. 1280

(c) Rs. 1360

(d) Rs. 1520

(e) Rs. 1460

**Q14. What is the average of (difference between total Kit Kat sold by both shopkeepers and total 5 Star sold by both shopkeepers) and (total diary milk sold by A and B together)?**

(a) 82

(b) 96

(c) 78

(d) 74

(e) 86

**Q15. If a person purchased all Dairy milk chocolates and all Kit Kat chocolates from both the shopkeepers and marked up each dairy milk at 25% above its CP and each Kit Kat at 50% above its CP, then what is the approximate profit % earned by that person on whole transaction (The person sold each dairy milk and each Kit Kat chocolate at 20% discount and ratio of CP of a dairy milk to CP of a Kit Kat is 2:1 for that person).**

(a) 5.76%

(b) 7.28%

(c) 8.43%

(d) 10%

(e) 12%

**Solutions**