**Direction (1 -5): Given below line graph which shows number of days taken by six persons A, B, C, D, E and F to complete a work individually. Give answer of the questions according to graph and data given in questions —**

**Q1. A worked for X days and then he left the work. After A left, B & D took responsibility of the work and completed the remaining work in (x+2 ½ ) days. Ratio of work done by A to B & D together is 1 : 2. Find how many days A worked? **

(a) 7days

(b) 5days

(c) 8days

(d) 4days

(e) 9 days

**Q2. A and D starts working together, but A worked with 50% of his efficiency. C starts working with 66 ⅔% more of his efficiency on an another work which is 62 ½ % of the work which A and D were doing. Find the ratio of days taken by C to days taken by A and D together to complete the work? **

(a)5:3

(b)5:7

(c)3:5

(d)3:7

(e)3 : 11

**Q3. D started the work and left it after working for X days and then C joined the work and worked for Y days. After C left, E completed the remaining work in 3 days. Find number of days for which D and C worked individually, given that value of Y is 200% of value of X? **

(a) 6 days & 12 days

(b) 8 days & 16 days

(c) 7 days & 14 days

(d) 9 days & 18 days

(e) 5 days & 10 days

**Q5. Three persons B, D and F starts working together. If B works with 75% of his efficiency and D worked 25% more efficiently. All three get 27180 Rs. as total wages. Find the individually wage of all according to work done by them (in Rs.)? **

(a) 6795, 6795 & 13590

(b)7695, 7695, &13590

(c)6595, 6595, & 14590

(d) 7965, 6795, & 12590

(e) None of these

**Direction (6-10): Table given below shows profit percentage earned on selling two different items X and Y and discount percentage offered by five retailers on these items. Mark price of each article sold by each retailer is same while cost price of article for each retailor may vary. Study the data carefully & answer the following question**

**Q6. On article ‘X’, 28% discount is offered by ‘A’. If selling price of article ‘Y’ sold by ‘A’ is Rs 312 more than selling price of article ‘X’ sold by ‘A’ then find profit percent earned by ‘A’ on selling article ‘Y’ given that average of cost price of both article for ‘A’ is Rs 1520. **

(a) 18.5%

(b) 22.5%

(c) 27.5%

(d) 32.5%

(e) 37.5%

**Q7. Discount % on article ‘X’ offered by ‘C’ is 15% while profit % of article ‘Y’ sold by ‘E’ is 33⅓%. If difference between cost price of article ‘Y’ sold by ‘B’ and ‘E’ together is Rs 216 more than cost price of article ‘X’ sold by ‘C’ and ‘E’ together then find the cost price of article ‘Y’ sold by ‘C’? **

(a) Rs. 4940

(b) Rs. 3420

(c) Rs. 3800

(d) Rs. 4180

(e) Rs. 4560

**Q8. Find the ratio between cost price of article ‘X’ for ‘B’ to cost price of article ‘Y’ for ‘D’. If profit % of article ‘X’ sold by ‘B’ and profit % of article ‘Y’ sold by ‘D’ is 68% and 20% respectively. **

(a) 2 : 3

(b) 5 : 6

(c) 1 : 2

(d) 5 : 8

(e) 5 : 7

**Q9. Selling price of article ‘X’ sold by ‘E’ is same as cost price of article ‘Y’ for ‘E’. Find the profit % earned by ‘E’ on selling article ‘Y’? **

(a) 15%

(b) 16⅔%

(c) 25%

(d) 33⅓%

(e) 41⅔%

**Directions (11 – 15): Given line graph shows the percentage hike in fees for first year only of 4 courses over 2 years as compared to their immediate previous year. Read the data carefully and answer the questions.**

**(NOTE:** fees percentage is for the course starting in the respective year e.g. if Rs X was fees for any course in 2017 and it becomes Rs 1.2X in 2018 then this is fees for first year of that course only. Thereafter increase/decrease will be followed as per data provided in the question)

**Q11. If ratio of fees of graduation in 2017 to fees of certificate course in 2018 is 4 : 1 then by what percent fees of graduation in 2016 is more/less than total fees of certificate course in 2016, 2017 & 2018 together?**

(a) 73⅓%

(b) 20%

(c) 66⅔%

(d) 25%

(e) 33⅓%

**Q12. If difference between fees of PG course in 2017 & 2018 together and fees of diploma course in 2017 & 2018 together is equal to sum of fees of PG course & diploma together in 2016 then what is ratio of average fees of PG in all three years to that of diploma in all three years?**

(a) 373 : 273

(b) 171 : 71

(c) 342 : 373

(d) 373 : 171

(e) 273 : 242

**Q13. fees of Graduation course in 2018 is Rs 276000 per year. A student joined in 2016. Annual fees increases by 10% every year. Find total fees paid by the student if duration of Graduation course is 4 years.**

(a) Rs 988200

(b) Rs 872000

(c) Rs 100000

(d) Rs 928200

(e) Rs 800000

**Q14. In 2018, total Rs 5.72 cr was collected from 200 students who joined diploma course that year. Find difference between per head fees of diploma course in 2017 and 2016.**

(a) Rs 60000

(b) Rs 55000

(c) Rs 64000

(d) Rs 58000

(e) Rs 62000

**Q15. If average fees of PG in 2017 & 2018 is equal to average fees of certificate course over 2016, 2017 & 2018, then by what percent fees of certificate course in 2016 is more/less than that of PG in 2016?**

(a) None of these

(b) 3.5%

(c) 3.2%

(d) 7.2%

(e) 5.5%

**Solutions**