Directions (1-5): Table given below shows total products sold by six sellers. Products are of only two types ‘A’ and ‘B’. Some data is missing in table. Students are expected to calculate the missing data according to questions. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Q1. Total Products sold by Sandeep and Rahul together is what percent more than total products sold by Amit and Satish together?
Q2. ‘A’ type product sold by Amit is 37.5% more than ‘A’ type product sold by Satish. Find ‘A’ type product sold by Amit is what percent of ‘B’ type product sold by Amit?
Q3. ‘B’ type product sold by Arun is how much less than ‘B’ type product sold by Ayush if total product sold by Ayush is 87.5% more than total products sold by Arun.
Q4. If ratio of ‘B’ type product sold by Satish to ‘B’ type product sold by Rahul is 4 : 3, then, find the average number of ‘A’ type products sold by Arun and Rahul together?
Q5. If ‘B’ type product sold by Ayush is 25% more than ‘B’ type product sold by Sandeep then, find total product sold by Ayush is what percent more than total product sold by Sandeep?
Directions (6-10): The given table shows the number of votes cast in a city in given years. Some data is missing. Study the following table and answer the following questions.
Q6. The total number of votes increased by 40% in 2018 with respect to 2015 and out of which only 20% votes are invalid. Find the no. of valid votes in 2018.
Q7. If the average no. of valid votes in 2014 and 2016 are 1000. Find the total no. of votes cast in 2016.
Q8. What was the respective ratio of no. of valid votes of A and no. of valid votes of B in year 2014, if the no. of valid votes of B was 650 in the same year?
Q9. If 55% of total cast votes are valid in year 2015, find the difference between valid votes of A and B in the same year?
Q10. In 2016, the difference between no. of valid votes of A and B was 225. What was the total no. of votes cast in 2016?
Directions (11-15): Table given below gives information about Cost price, Selling price, profit percent and discount percentage of four article A, B, C and D. Some data is missing, calculate the data and answer the following questions.
Q11. If cost price of article D is 10% more than cost price of article A, find Market price of article D?
(a) Rs. 1000
(b) Rs. 1100
(c) Rs. 900
(d) Rs. 950
(e) Rs. 1050
Q12. Average of market price of article A and cost price of article B is how much percent more than cost price of article C?
Q13. If discount percentage is twice of profit percentage for article C, find ratio of cost price of article A to market price of article C?
(e) None of these.
Q14. Selling price of article C is what percent of market price of article B?
Q15. If for article D difference between profit earned and discount given is Rs. 440, find selling price of the D?
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