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Answer the question given below using the table below:

Percent profit made by 6 different companies in 6 years

Year/ company200220032004200520062007
P403842504652
Q362820454550
R503238484548
S374850525456
T384035405045
U424445504245

Q 1 - Percent profit of company P in the year 2006 is what percent of that of company R in the same year ?

A - 102.22%

B - 96.94%

C - 108.33%

D - 97.83%

Answer : A

Explanation

Required percentage = (46/ 45* 100) % = 102.22%

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Percentage of marks obtained by 7 students in 6 different subjects

Subject/ StudentABCDEF
Max. Marks100150755015075
L838464679176
M797690758664
N678984657274
O847785817870
P916675826360
Q777279788078
R698368747070

Q 2 - What are the total marks obtained by all the students together in subject C ?

A - 412.75

B - 424.25

C - 492.25

D - 408.75

Answer : D

Explanation

Total marks obtained  by all the students in Subject C = (64+90+84+85+75+79+68)% of 75  = 545* 75/100=  408.75

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Number of student passed and failed in 5 classes of a school over the year

ClassVIVIIVIIIXX
YearsPassFailPassFailPassFailPassFailPassFail
200150427614581865174823
200260199522713075127628
200345136119491548087420
200458217525802860118414
200555186629592670136517
200668315438773482215514
 33614442714739415140082402116

Q 3 - Which of the following classes has the maximum number of passed students, as compared to the total number of student of that class over the years ?

A - VI

B - VII

C - VIII

D - IX

Answer : D

Explanation

percentage of pass student in  class VI = (3336/480*100)% =70%,
class VII =(427/574*100)% = 74.4%  , 
class VIII = (394/545*100) % =72.3% , 
class IX = (400/482*100)% = 83% , 
class X = (402/518*100)% = 77.6%
Maximum pass percentage is in IX class.

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Number of applications for 6 different specialist posts by six different banks in a year

Specilist Posts/ BankPQRSTU
A25.538.443.718.828.340.6
B35.544.24226.631.235.9
C38.841.138.623.924.423.3
D26.639.647.215.438.928.5
E2935.530.329.14220.9
F32.333.437.822.430.341.8

Q 4 - Which specialist post had the maximum number of application from all banks together ?

A - P

B - Q

C - T

D - R

Answer : D

Explanation

total no.of application for the post  p =(187.5*100)=18750, 
Q=(232.2*100)=23220, R= (239.6*100) =23960, S =(136.2*100) =13620, T=(195.1*100) =19510, U = (191*100)= 19100
  Maximum  number of applications are there for post R.

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Number of cars of different models and colors sold in two metro cities in a year

TypeMetro M ColourMetro H Colour
 BlackRedBlueWhiteSilverBlackRedBlueWhiteSilver
A40255575154532406020
B20356080203037398135
C35305090354042418637
D45404585403539379042
E50353560305044437722
F55424075524734458717

Q 5 - The total number of blue coloured cars of models E and D sold in metro H is exactly equal to the number of white coloured cars of which model in metro M ?

A - B

B - F

C - C

D - A

Answer : A

Explanation

total no. of blue cars of model E and D sold in metro H = (43+37)*1000= 80000
total no. of white cars of model B sold in metro M = (80)*1000= 80000

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Number of working days of various companies over the years

Year/ companyABCDE
2000298296322323301
2001310300323322298
2002310311312310308
2003311310311312310
2004299309311323322
2005298310310313321

Q 6 - What is the average number of working days of the various given companies in the year 2001 ?

A - 312

B - 1551/5

C - 1564/5

D - 1553/5

Answer : D

Explanation

average number of working days in the year 2001 = 1553/5 

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Number of working days of various companies over the years

GamesSchools
ABCDE
football125250100175250
basketball175200195245225
cricket250200225215200
tennis240210200130165
badminton751255545100

Q 7 - What is the difference between the average number of students playing all the given games from school B and the number of students playing badminton from that school ?

A - 72

B - 65

C - 78

D - 69

Answer : A

Explanation

average number of student playing all the games  from school B =1/5
(250+200+00+210+125) =197
Required difference = (197-125) =72

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Distribution of malnutrition in children in percentage in various years

Yearstotal sureying no. of childDegree of malnutrition
NGeneralMildModerateSerious
1998180003146518
199924103.821.953.820.5
200017213.422.152.621.8
2001677510.641.139.88.5
2002471314.342.434.98.4
2003400814.847.932.64.7
2004918016.553.4282.9

Q 8 - How many were normal in the number of the surveying children in all the years ?

A - 4439

B - 7723

C - 4681

D - 4190

Answer : D

Explanation

required number
=(3/100*18000+3.8/100*2410+3.4/100*1721+10.6/100*6775+14.3/100*4713+14.8/100*4008+16.5/100*9180)
 =(540+91.58+58.51+718.15+673.95+593.18+1514.7) =4190

Answer the question given below using the table below:

Distribution of malnutrition in children in percentage in various years

YearsUnits
IIIIIIIVV
 MDMDMDMDMD
200153214512763856214618
200229183210452463243614
200350184818551668303415
200465206815572054194812
200570317213822248275810
200644155622383240156011
TOTAL3111233219035315232913628280

Q 9 - What is the ratio between total no. of article manufactured by unit III and unit IV.

A - 353: 282

B - 351: 281

C - 253: 182

D - 313: 282

Answer : A

Explanation

total no. of article manufactured by unit III =(176+45+55+57+82+38)*1000= 353000
Total no. of articles manufactured by unit IV =(46+36+34+48+58+60)*1000=28200
Required ratio = 353000/282000 =353: 282


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