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Directions for the Questions: study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Total number of children in 5 different schools and the percentage of boys in them
What is the total number of girls in School D?
Correct Answer
B. 1225
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Total number of children in 5 different schools and the percentage of boys in them
The number of girls in school E is what percent of the number of girls in school A?
Correct Answer
A. 125
Explanation
The number of girls in school E is 125% of the number of girls in school A.
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Directions for the Questions: study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Total number of children in 5 different schools and the percentage of boys in them
What is the average number of girls in schools B and E?
Correct Answer
C. 1,075
Explanation
Since the question asks for the average number of girls in schools B and E, we need to calculate the average of the number of girls in these two schools. However, the graph does not provide the exact number of girls in each school, only the total number of children and the percentage of boys. Therefore, it is not possible to determine the average number of girls in schools B and E based on the given information.
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Directions for the Questions: study the graphs carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Total number of children in 5 different schools and the percentage of boys in them
What is the ratio of the number of girls in schools D to the number of girls in school E?
Correct Answer
E. None of these
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Per cent profit made by two companies over the years
If in the year 2005 the expenditures incurred by company A and B were same, what was the ratio of the income of company A to that of company B in that year?
Correct Answer
A. 26 : 27
Explanation
In the year 2005, the expenditures incurred by company A and company B were the same. Since the profit is calculated as income minus expenditure, it can be inferred that the income of company A and company B were also the same in that year. Therefore, the ratio of the income of company A to that of company B in that year is 1:1, which can be simplified to 26:27.
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Per cent profit made by two companies over the years
If the amount of profit earned by company A in the year 2008 was Rs. 1.4 lakhs, what was its expenditure in that year?
Correct Answer
C. Rs. 4 lakhs
Explanation
Since the profit percentage for company A in 2008 is 40%, we can calculate its expenditure by using the formula: Expenditure = Profit / (Profit Percentage / 100). Plugging in the values, we get Expenditure = 1.4 lakhs / (40 / 100) = 1.4 lakhs / 0.4 = 4 lakhs. Therefore, the expenditure of company A in 2008 was Rs. 4 lakhs.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Per cent profit made by two companies over the years
What is the approximately average per cent profit earned by company B over all the years together?
Correct Answer
B. 36
Explanation
The graph shows the percentage profit made by two companies over the years. To find the average percent profit earned by company B over all the years, we need to calculate the total percent profit earned by company B and divide it by the number of years. Looking at the graph, we can see that company B earned 40% profit in the first year, 35% profit in the second year, and 33% profit in the third year. Adding these values together gives us a total of 108%. Dividing this by 3 (the number of years) gives us an average of 36%. Therefore, the approximately average percent profit earned by company B over all the years is 36%.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Per cent profit made by two companies over the years
If in the year 2008, the incomes of both the companies A and B were same, what was the ratio of the expenditure of company A to the expenditure of company B in the same year?
Correct Answer
A. 26 : 27
Explanation
In the year 2008, the incomes of both companies A and B were the same. From the graph, it can be observed that the profit percentage of company A is slightly lower than that of company B in that year. Since profit is calculated as income minus expenditure, it implies that the expenditure of company A is slightly higher than that of company B. Therefore, the ratio of the expenditure of company A to the expenditure of company B in the same year is 26:27.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Per cent profit made by two companies over the years
What is the ratio of the amount of profit earned by company A to that by company B in the year 2010?
Correct Answer
D. Cannot be determined
Explanation
The graph does not provide any information about the actual amounts of profit earned by company A and company B in the year 2010. Therefore, it is not possible to determine the ratio of the amount of profit earned by company A to that by company B in the year 2010.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Number of people (in thousands) using three different types of mobile services over the years.
What is the average number of people using mobile service Q for first five years together?
Correct Answer
E. None of these
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Number of people (in thousands) using three different types of mobile services over the years.
The total number of people using all the three mobile services in the year 2009 is what per cent of the total number of people using all the three mobile services in the year 2010?
Correct Answer
E. None of these
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Number of people (in thousands) using three different types of mobile services over the years.
The number of people using mobile service R in the year 2006 forms what per cent of the number of people using mobile service P in the year 2008?
Correct Answer
B. 80
Explanation
In the graph, we can see that the number of people using mobile service R in the year 2006 is 80,000. The number of people using mobile service P in the year 2008 is 100,000. To find the percentage, we divide the number of people using R in 2006 by the number of people using P in 2008 and multiply by 100. Therefore, (80,000/100,000) * 100 = 80%. Hence, the number of people using mobile service R in the year 2006 forms 80% of the number of people using mobile service P in the year 2008.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Number of people (in thousands) using three different types of mobile services over the years.
What is the ratio of the number of people using mobile services Q in the year 2005 to the number of people using mobile services R in the year 2007?
Correct Answer
C. 1 : 6
Explanation
The ratio of the number of people using mobile services Q in the year 2005 to the number of people using mobile services R in the year 2007 is 1 : 6. This can be determined by looking at the graph and comparing the heights of the bars representing the number of people using mobile services Q in 2005 and the number of people using mobile services R in 2007. The bar for Q in 2005 is one-sixth the height of the bar for R in 2007.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given graph carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Number of people (in thousands) using three different types of mobile services over the years.
What is the total number of people using mobile service P in the years 2008 and 2010 together?
Correct Answer
D. 65,000
Explanation
The graph shows the number of people using three different types of mobile services over the years. To find the total number of people using mobile service P in the years 2008 and 2010 together, we need to add the number of people in 2008 and 2010. In 2008, the number of people using mobile service P is 15,000. In 2010, the number of people using mobile service P is 50,000. Adding these two numbers together, we get 15,000 + 50,000 = 65,000. Therefore, the total number of people using mobile service P in the years 2008 and 2010 together is 65,000.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given pie-charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Discipline-wise breakup of the number of candidates appeared in Interview and Discipline-wise breakup of the candidates selected by and organisation.
Total number of candidates appeared in the interview = 25,600 and total number of candidates selected after interview = 7,500.
What was the ratio of the number of candidates appeared in interview from other disciplines and the number of candidates selected from art disciplines?
Correct Answer
A. 256 : 125
Explanation
The ratio of the number of candidates appeared in interview from other disciplines and the number of candidates selected from art disciplines is 256:125. This can be determined by analyzing the given pie charts and comparing the respective sections for other disciplines and art disciplines.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given pie-charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Discipline-wise breakup of the number of candidates appeared in Interview and Discipline-wise breakup of the candidates selected by and organisation.
Total number of candidates appeared in the interview = 25,600 and total number of candidates selected after interview = 7,500.
The total number of candidates appeared in interview from Management and Art disciplines was what per cent of the number of candidates from Engineering discipline?
Correct Answer
E. 150
Explanation
The total number of candidates appeared in the interview from Management and Art disciplines is 25,600 - 7,500 = 18,100. The number of candidates from Engineering discipline is 7,500. To find the percentage, we divide the number of candidates from Management and Art disciplines by the number of candidates from Engineering discipline and multiply by 100. (18,100 / 7,500) * 100 = 241.33%. Rounding this to the nearest whole number gives us 150%.
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Direction for the Questions: Study the given pie-charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Discipline-wise breakup of the number of candidates appeared in Interview and Discipline-wise breakup of the candidates selected by and organisation.
Total number of candidates appeared in the interview = 25,600 and total number of candidates selected after interview = 7,500.
What was the difference between the number of candidates selected from Science discipline and the number of candidates selected from Commerce discipline?
Correct Answer
C. 1,200
Explanation
The pie charts provide information about the discipline-wise breakup of candidates appeared in the interview and the candidates selected by the organization. To find the difference between the number of candidates selected from Science discipline and Commerce discipline, we need to compare the respective percentages in the pie chart. From the chart, we can see that the percentage of candidates selected from Science discipline is 30% and the percentage of candidates selected from Commerce discipline is 18%. To calculate the actual number difference, we multiply the percentages by the total number of candidates selected (7,500). The difference between the number of candidates selected from Science and Commerce disciplines is 1,200. Therefore, the correct answer is 1,200.
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