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##### 1. Question

**Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.**The pie chart shows the number of pens sold in different shops in the month of July.

If the number of pens sold in Shop B is increased 20% on every month, then find the number of pens sold in the month of August.CorrectRequired number of pens = 6000 *(12/100) * (120/100)

= 864IncorrectRequired number of pens = 6000 *(12/100) * (120/100)

= 864 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

**Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.**The pie chart shows the number of pens sold in different shops in the month of July.

Find the ratio of the number of pens sold in shop C to that of shop ECorrectRequired ratio = 6000 * (18/100): 6000 * (10/100)

= 18: 10

= 9: 5IncorrectRequired ratio = 6000 * (18/100): 6000 * (10/100)

= 18: 10

= 9: 5 - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

**Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.**The pie chart shows the number of pens sold in different shops in the month of July.

If the number of pens sold in the month of August in shop D is 20% of the total number of pens sold in shop A, C and F in the month of July, then find the number of pens sold in the month of August in shop D.CorrectNumber of pens sold in shop A, C and F in the month of July

= 6000 * (20+18+15)/100

= 3180

Number of pens sold in shop D in the month of August = 3180 * (20/100) = 636IncorrectNumber of pens sold in shop A, C and F in the month of July

= 6000 * (20+18+15)/100

= 3180

Number of pens sold in shop D in the month of August = 3180 * (20/100) = 636 - Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

**Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.**The pie chart shows the number of pens sold in different shops in the month of July.

Number of pens sold in shop C is what percentage more than the number of pens sold in shop F?CorrectRequired percentage = [(18-15)/15 ]* 100

= [3/15] * 100

= 20%IncorrectRequired percentage = [(18-15)/15 ]* 100

= [3/15] * 100

= 20% - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

**Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.**The pie chart shows the number of pens sold in different shops in the month of July.

Find the average number of pens sold in shop B, C, D and F togetherCorrectRequired average = [(12+18+25+15)/3] * 6000/100

= (70/4) *60

= 1050IncorrectRequired average = [(12+18+25+15)/3] * 6000/100

= (70/4) *60

= 1050 - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

**Directions (6-10): Study the following pie chart carefully and answer it correctly. The following charts show the percentage breakup of number of children in five different villages and breakup of children attending school from those villages:**What is the respective ratio of total number of children from village M to number of children attending school from the same village?

CorrectTotal number of children from village M=(26/100)*2200

Number of children attending school from village M=(32/100)*1500

Required ratio=(26/100)*2200 : (32/100)*1500 = 143:120IncorrectTotal number of children from village M=(26/100)*2200

Number of children attending school from village M=(32/100)*1500

Required ratio=(26/100)*2200 : (32/100)*1500 = 143:120 - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

**Directions (6-10): Study the following pie chart carefully and answer it correctly. The following charts show the percentage breakup of number of children in five different villages and breakup of children attending school from those villages:**What is the number of children not attending school from village N?

CorrectNumber of children not attending school from village N

=(15/100)*2200-(12/100)*1500= 330-180=150IncorrectNumber of children not attending school from village N

=(15/100)*2200-(12/100)*1500= 330-180=150 - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

**Directions (6-10): Study the following pie chart carefully and answer it correctly. The following charts show the percentage breakup of number of children in five different villages and breakup of children attending school from those villages:**

What is the total number of children not attending school from village L and O together?CorrectNumber of children not attending school from village L

=(15/100)*2200-(14/100)*1500 =330-210=120

Number of children not attending school from village O

=(21/100)*2200-(20/100)*1500 =462-300=162

Required total=120+162=282IncorrectNumber of children not attending school from village L

=(15/100)*2200-(14/100)*1500 =330-210=120

Number of children not attending school from village O

=(21/100)*2200-(20/100)*1500 =462-300=162

Required total=120+162=282 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

What is the total number of children from village P and M together?CorrectNumber of children from village P and M together= ([23+26]/100)*2200

=(49/100)*2200

=1078IncorrectNumber of children from village P and M together= ([23+26]/100)*2200

=(49/100)*2200

=1078 - Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

CorrectNumber of children attending school from village L=(14/100)*1500

Number of children from village L=(15/100)*2200

Required percentage= {[(14/100)*1500]/[(15/100)*2200]}*100

=63%IncorrectNumber of children attending school from village L=(14/100)*1500

Number of children from village L=(15/100)*2200

Required percentage= {[(14/100)*1500]/[(15/100)*2200]}*100

=63%