**Direction (1-5): Please read the given data carefully and answer the following questions.**

The given pie chart shows the percentage distribution of students in five different school, A, B, C, D & E. Moreover, the bar graph shows the percentage of girls out of total students in each school.

**Note: 1.Total students in all five school are 2500.**

**2. Total students in any school=Number of boys + Number of girls**

**Q1. Find the difference between the average number of boys to that of girls in all five schools.**

(a)6

(b)9

(c)12

(d)3

(e)15

**Q2. Find the respective ratio of number of boys in school A & B together to number of girls in school D & E together? **

(a)35:36

(b)36:31

(c)31:36

(d)32:35

(e)35:32

**Q3. Find the number of boys in school E is approximately what percent more than the total number of girls in school in A & C together?**

(a)25%

(b)5%

(c)20%

(d)15%

(e)10%

**Q4. If the school fee of each student of school C and D is Rs.6000 and Rs.4000 respectively, then find difference between the total fee collected from school C and D.**

(a)47 lakhs

(b)51 lakhs

(c)42 lakhs

(d)55 lakhs

(e)38 lakhs

**Q5. If 40%, 50% and 30% students from school A, B and E respectively use school buses to reach their school, then find the total number of students who didn’t use school bus from school A, B and E?**

(a)820

(b)1030

(c)930

(d)880

(e)980

**Direction (6-10): Please read the given data carefully and answer the following questions.**

Sarthak invested Rs. P at 50% per annum simple interest in X bank. At the end of one – year, he withdrew all amount from the X bank and invested in Y bank at the rate of R% per annum at compound interest for two years and received Rs.14400 as total interest from the Y bank. The first year’s interest from Y bank was Rs.6000.

**Q6. Find the sum of interest earned from both bank X and bank Y. (in Rs.)**

(a)19400

(b)20100

(c)18600

(d)21200

(e)17900

**Q7. If Sarthak invested Rs. P for three years at (R/2)% rate p.a. at compound interest , then calculate the interest received as per this scheme? (in Rs.)**

(a)8510

(b)8240

(c)7760

(d)8110

(e)7280

**Q8. Find the value of (62.5% of R)³-120% of P?**

(a)2315

(b)2565

(c)3245

(d)3625

(e)2785

**Q9. Find the difference in interest received when Rs. P invested for 2 years at R% rate per annum simple interest and at compound interest? (in Rs.)**

(a)2000

(b)1600

(c)1200

(d)2400

(e)2800

**Q10. Find the respective ratio of rate at which Sarthak invested his money at simple interest to that at compound interest?**

(a)1:2

(b)3:2

(c)5:4

(d)4:1

(e)2:3

**Direction (11-15): Please read the given data carefully and answer the following questions. **

The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of number of books published by five various division, A, B, C , D & E, of XYZ Publications. In addition to chart, table below shows the ratio of number of sold books to unsold books.

**Note: 1. Total books published by division C are 1200.**

**2. Total books published=Sold books+Unsold books.**

**Q11. Find the number of unsold books by D are what percent more/less the than the total sold books by A?**

(a)82.50%

(b)78.50%

(c)74.75%

(d)62.50%

(e)68.75%

**Q12. Find the respective ratio of number of sold books of C & D together to the number of unsold books of A & E together?**

(a)275:56

(b)225:182

(c)47:182

(d)182: 47

(e)76:225

**Q13. Find the difference between the number of sold books by D & E together and unsold books by D and E together?**

(a)1975

(b)1940

(c)1890

(d)1920

(e)2010

**Q14. If the ratio of defected books to perfect books is 3:2 of the unsold books under division D’s publication, then find the number of defected books?**

(a)200

(b)240

(c)280

(d)320

(e)360

**Q15. Find the difference between the total number of books published by A & B together and the total number of sold books by all divisions together?**

(a)2270

(b)2250

(c)2190

(d)2020

(e)1990

**Solutions**