Directions (1-5): Study the following data carefully to answer the questions that follow:
There are four schools A, B, C and D. Sum of girls in school B and boys in school D is 2600. Ratio of boys in school D to girls in school A is 7 : 8. Total students in school C is 2500 and total students in school A 12% more than total student in school C. Sum of girls in school A and C is 2600.
Difference between boys in school A and boys in school D is 200 where number of boys in school D are more than number of boys in school A. sum of total students in school B and school D is 5800. Boys in school B are 66⅔% more than girls in school D.
Q1. What is the sum of boys from school B and girls from school C.
Q2. What is the ratio of total student in school B to the total students in school D.
(a) 21 : 8
(b) 16 : 13
(c) 15 : 14
(d) 17 : 12
(e) 19 : 10
Q4. What is the difference between the average of total girls from all school and average of total boys from all the schools.
Q5. If a girl is chosen at random from all the schools then find the probability that chosen girl is from school C.
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): Study the table given below and answer the following questions.
Table shows the number of tea and coffee consumers in 5 different companies (A, B, C, D & E).
Q11. Average female tea consumers in A, C & E together are what percent less than male coffee consumers in B & D together?
Q12. If ratio of male to female black tea consumers and green tea consumers in D is 8 : 7 and 1 : 4 respectively and black tea consumers in D are 50% more than green tea consumers in D, then find black tea consuming females and green tea consuming males together in D are how much more or less than tea consuming females in A & C together? (In D, only two types of tea is available – black and green)
Q13. Male tea consumers in C, D & E together are what percent of female coffee consumers in A & B together?
Q14. If ratio of male to female tea and coffee consumers in F is 3 : 2 and 7 : 3 respectively and coffee consumers in F are 20% more than coffee consuming males in D, then find tea and coffee consuming males in F together. (ratio of tea consumers to coffee consumers in F is 5 : 9)
(e) None of the above.
Q15. Find ratio of coffee consuming females in C & E together to tea consuming males in B & D together.
(a) 7 : 2
(b) 3 : 1
(c) 5 : 4
(d) 3 : 2
(e) 5 : 3