Directions (1-5): The bar graph given below shows the information about the number of three different types of employees (i.e. Managers, Team Leaders and Others) in 5 different companies (i.e. A, B, C, D and E). Read the given graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Note – total no. of employee in company = Managers + Team Leaders + Others
Q1. Total no. of Team Leaders in all companies together is what percentage more or less than total no. of Managers in all companies together?
Q2. What is the difference between average no. of Team Leaders in all companies together and average no. of Other employees in all companies together?
Q3. What is the ratio of total employees of company B to that of company D?
Q5. In which company difference between Team Leaders and Others is maximum?
Directions (6-10): The following Bar graph shows the number of different types of items sold by a shopkeeper in three months. Read the given graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Q6. What is the ratio between sum of total Mouse and printer together sold in January to sum of total Keyboard and Printer together sold in March?
Q7. Due to faulty parts, 20% Mouse, 15% Monitors, 10% Keyboards and 12% Printers (of total sold in January) were returned by the customers. find no. of total returned items.
Q8. What is the difference between total sold items in February and in March?
Q9. Total Printer sold in all three months together is what percentage more or less than total Monitor sold in all three months by shopkeeper?
Q10. If selling price of Mouse, Keyboard, Monitor and Printer is in the ratio of 1:2:4:3 in February, then find the revenue of Keyboard is what percentage of that of Monitor in February?
Directions (11-15): The following Bar Graph shows the marked price and profit percentage of an article sold by 5 different shopkeepers. Read the given graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Note – Cost Price of article is same for each shopkeeper.
Q11. If shopkeeper C sold the article at Rs. 75, then find the cost price of the article?
(a) Rs. 50
(b) Rs. 40
(c) Rs 45
(d) Rs 60
(e) Rs 65
Q12. If ratio of no. of articles sold by shopkeeper B and E is in the ratio of 3:4, then find the profit earned by B is what percentage more or less than E?
Q13. If cost price of article is Rs 60, then find the discount percentage given by shopkeeper D.
Q14. Sum of selling price of the article A and C together is Rs. 144. What is the average selling price of article for all the shopkeepers?
(a) Rs. 80
(b) Rs 75
(c) Rs 64
(d) Rs 68
(e) Rs 72
Q15. Find the discount given by shopkeeper E if cost price of article be Rs. 80.
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