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Question 1

Directions (Q. 1-4): Read the following data carefully and answer the questions that follows.

The bar graph shows the expenditure and savings (in ₹ 1000) of a person in 5 months of a year.

In which year saving is exactly less than the average savings of person in all the months?

Question 2

Directions (Q. 1-4): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The bar graph shows the expenditure and savings (in ₹ 1000) of a person in 5 months of a year.

What is the ratio of total income in February and march together to the total saving in March and April together?

Question 3

Directions (Q. 1-4): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The bar graph shows the expenditure and savings (in ₹ 1000) of a person in 5 months of a year.

The total expenditure of person in January and April is approximately what percentage less than the total savings in February, March, and May?

Question 4

Directions (Q. 1-4): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The bar graph shows the expenditure and savings (in ₹ 1000) of a person in 5 months of a year.

What is the difference between the income of person in February and March together and savings of April and May together?

Question 5

Directions (Q. 5-8): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The pie chart given below shows the breakup of non-defective bulbs produced by five companies A, B, C, D, and E. The total bulbs that each company produce is 1 lakh and the total production of non-defective bulbs of all the companies together is 3.6 lakhs.

What will be the ratio of the non-defective bulbs produced by C and E together to that produced by D?

Question 6

Directions (Q. 5-8): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The pie chart given below shows the breakup of non-defective bulbs produced by five companies A, B, C, D, and E. The total bulbs that each company produce is 1 lakhs and the total production of non-defective bulbs of all the companies together is 3.6 lakhs.

The percentage of non-defective bulbs produced by B and A is what percent of defective bulbs produced by E?

Question 7

Directions (Q. 5-8): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The pie chart given below shows the breakup of non-defective bulbs produced by five companies A, B, C, D, and E. The total bulbs that each company produce is 1 lakh and the total production of non-defective bulbs of all the companies together is 3.6 lakhs.

Which company has the production of non-defective bulbs more than 40% of average production of defective bulbs in all the companies?

Question 8

Directions (Q. 5-8): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The pie chart given below shows the breakup of non-defective bulbs produced by five companies A, B, C, D, and E. The total bulbs that each company produce is 1 lakh and the total production of non-defective bulbs of all the companies together is 3.6 lakhs.

What is the difference between the production of non-defective bulbs in company D and that in company A and E together?

Question 9

Directions (Q. 9-11): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table given below shows the data about students who are from 5 different schools and appeared in an examination. Percentage of students who passed is shown as a percentage of total students in a school. Also, in the table ratio of failed boys and girls in a class is given. Total number of students who participated in the examination is 42000.

How many girls from school C failed in examination?

Question 10

Directions (Q. 9-11): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table given below shows the data about students who are from 5 different schools and appeared in an examination. Percentage of students who passed is shown as a percentage of total students in a school. Also, in the table ratio of failed boys and girls in a class is given. Total number of students who participated in the examination is 42000.

The number of boys failed in school D is what percentage of total failed students in school A?

Question 11

Directions (Q. 9-11): Read the following data carefully and answer the question that follows.

The table given below shows the data about students who are from 5 different schools and appeared in an examination. Percentage of students who passed is shown as a percentage of total students in a school. Also, in the table ratio of failed boys and girls in a class is given. Total number of students who participated in the examination is 42000.

What is the average number of failed girls who are from school A, C and D?

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