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- Question 1 of 10
##### 1. Question

**Direction (1-5): Read the following table and answer the Questions carefully.**Percentages of Marks scored by five students in 4 different subjects are given below:

What are the average total marks scored by vidhya in all the subjects?CorrectVidhya:

physics = 75

maths = 120

Chemistry = 45

Biology = 75

Total marks = 315.

Avg. Total Marks = 315/4 =78.75IncorrectVidhya:

physics = 75

maths = 120

Chemistry = 45

Biology = 75

Total marks = 315.

Avg. Total Marks = 315/4 =78.75 - Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

**Direction (1-5): Read the following table and answer the Questions carefully.**Percentages of Marks scored by five students in 4 different subjects are given below:

Total marks scored by Karthik in maths and chemistry is approximately, what percentage of total marks scored by dinesh in all subjects?CorrectKarthik (maths) = (70/100) *150 = 105

Karthik (chemistry) = (65/100)*50 = 32.5

Total Marks = 137.5

Dinesh:

Total marks = 80+135+27.5+ 75 =317.5

Percentage = (137.5 /317.5) *100 = 43.30 =43%IncorrectKarthik (maths) = (70/100) *150 = 105

Karthik (chemistry) = (65/100)*50 = 32.5

Total Marks = 137.5

Dinesh:

Total marks = 80+135+27.5+ 75 =317.5

Percentage = (137.5 /317.5) *100 = 43.30 =43% - Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

**Direction (1-5): Read the following table and answer the Questions carefully.**Percentages of Marks scored by five students in 4 different subjects are given below:

What is the ratio of marks scored by Karthik in physics and dinesh in maths?CorrectKarthik: dinesh = 90: 135 = 2:3

IncorrectKarthik: dinesh = 90: 135 = 2:3

- Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

**Direction (1-5): Read the following table and answer the Questions carefully.**Percentages of Marks scored by five students in 4 different subjects are given below:

What percentage of increase or decrease in total marks scored by Sunil than to total marks scored by Nithya except maths?CorrectSunil Total marks = 75+127.5+37.5+80 = 320;

Nithya = 80+40+85 = 205

Increase Percentage = [115 /205]*100 = 56%IncorrectSunil Total marks = 75+127.5+37.5+80 = 320;

Nithya = 80+40+85 = 205

Increase Percentage = [115 /205]*100 = 56% - Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

**Direction (1-5): Read the following table and answer the Questions carefully.**Percentages of Marks scored by five students in 4 different subjects are given below:

Who scored the maximum total marks?CorrectNithya = 80+40+112.5+85 = 317.5

Sunil = 75+127.5+37.5+80 = 320

vidhya = 75 +120+45+75 = 315

karthik = 90+105 +32.5+80 = 307.5

dinesh = 80+135+27.5+ 75 =317.5

Therefore, Sunil has the maximum total marks.IncorrectNithya = 80+40+112.5+85 = 317.5

Sunil = 75+127.5+37.5+80 = 320

vidhya = 75 +120+45+75 = 315

karthik = 90+105 +32.5+80 = 307.5

dinesh = 80+135+27.5+ 75 =317.5

Therefore, Sunil has the maximum total marks. - Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

**Direction (6-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions**The number of students who joined and left the school in the beginning of year for six years from 2003 to 2008. Initial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

What was the increase/decrease in strength of the school from 2004 to 2005?CorrectInitial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

In 2003 no of students joined = 300 => 1500+300 = 1800

In 2003 no of students left = 250 => 1800-260 =>Total students in 2003 = 1540

In 2004 no of students joined = 350 => 1540+250 = 1790

In 2004 no of students left = 250 => 1790-350 => Total students in 2004 = 1440

In 2005 no of students joined = 500 => 1440+500 = 1940

In 2005 no of students left = 400 => 1940-400 => Total students in 2005 = 1540

=1540-1440

Increased by 100IncorrectInitial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

In 2003 no of students joined = 300 => 1500+300 = 1800

In 2003 no of students left = 250 => 1800-260 =>Total students in 2003 = 1540

In 2004 no of students joined = 350 => 1540+250 = 1790

In 2004 no of students left = 250 => 1790-350 => Total students in 2004 = 1440

In 2005 no of students joined = 500 => 1440+500 = 1940

In 2005 no of students left = 400 => 1940-400 => Total students in 2005 = 1540

=1540-1440

Increased by 100 - Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

**Direction (6-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions**The number of students who joined and left the school in the beginning of year for six years from 2003 to 2008. Initial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

For which of the following years, the percentage of rise/fall in number of students left while compared to the previous year, is the highest?Correct2004 = ((350-260)/260)*100 = 34.61% rise

2005 = ((400-350)/350)*100 = 14.28% rise

2006 = ((400-300)/400)*100 = 25% fall

2007 = ((500-300)/300)*100 = 66.66% rise

2008 = ((500-500)/500)*100 = 0

Ans = 2007Incorrect2004 = ((350-260)/260)*100 = 34.61% rise

2005 = ((400-350)/350)*100 = 14.28% rise

2006 = ((400-300)/400)*100 = 25% fall

2007 = ((500-300)/300)*100 = 66.66% rise

2008 = ((500-500)/500)*100 = 0

Ans = 2007 - Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

**Direction (6-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions**The number of students who joined and left the school in the beginning of year for six years from 2003 to 2008. Initial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

How many students were there in the school during the year 2006?

CorrectTotal students in 2005 = 1540

Number of students joined and left in 2006= 450,300

Total number of students present in 2006= 1540 + (450-300) =>1690IncorrectTotal students in 2005 = 1540

Number of students joined and left in 2006= 450,300

Total number of students present in 2006= 1540 + (450-300) =>1690 - Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

**Direction (6-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions**The number of students who joined and left the school in the beginning of year for six years from 2003 to 2008. Initial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

In which of the following pairs of years, the strength of the school is equal?Correct2003 and 2005 (1540 students)

Incorrect2003 and 2005 (1540 students)

- Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

**Direction (6-10): Study the following graph to answer the given questions**The number of students who joined and left the school in the beginning of year for six years from 2003 to 2008. Initial strength of the school in 2002 = 1500

The number of students in 2006 is approximately what percent of the number of students in 2004?CorrectPercentage = (1690/1440)*100

= 117.36 %IncorrectPercentage = (1690/1440)*100

= 117.36 %