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Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

1. What is the total number of males studying in all departments together?

2. What is the number of females studying in the ECE department?

3. What is the respective ratio of total number of students studying in the production department to those studying in the Aeronautical department?

4. In which department is the lowest number of females studying?

5. What is the average number of students from all departments together in the Institution approximately?

Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

6. What is the approximate average number of visitors in Bihar state from all the days together?

7. In Thursday, the number of visitors from Tamil Nadu is approximately what per cent of that of visitors from Tripura?

8. In Monday, the number of Telangana visitors is approximately what per cent of that of Sikkim visitors?

9. What is the difference between total number of Bihar and Tamilnadu visitors from all the days together?

10. Which day has the highest number of visitors?

 

Check your Answers below:

 

 

  • Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

    1. Question


    What is the total number of males studying in all departments together?

    Ans:3
    Number of males:
    ECE department – 275 x 8/25 = 88
    EEE department
    = 225 x 3/5 = 135
    IT department
    = 200 x 9/40 = 45
    Mechanical department
    = 175 x 2/5 = 70
    Production department
    = 360 x 11/15 = 264
    Aeronautical department
    = 378 x 4/7 = 216
    ∴ Total Number of males
    = 88 + 135 + 45 + 70 + 264 + 216 = 818
  • 2. Question

    Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

    What is the number of females studying in the ECE department?

    Ans:4
    Number of females studying in the ECE department
    = 275 x 17/25 = 187
  • 3. Question

    Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

    What is the respective ratio of total number of students studying in the production department to those studying in the Aeronautical department?

    Ans:1
    Required ratio = 360 : 378 = 20 : 21
  • 4. Question

    Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

    In which department is the lowest number of females studying?

    Ans:1
    Number of females:
    ECE Department – 275 – 88 = 187
    EEE department – 225 – 135 = 90
    IT Department – 200 – 45 = 155
    Mechanical department – 175 – 70 = 105
    Production department – 360 – 264 = 96
    Aeronautical department – 378 – 216 = 162
  • 5. Question

    Direction (1-5): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow:

    What is the average number of students from all departments together in the Institution approximately?

    Ans:5
    Total Number of students = 275 + 225 + 200 + 175 + 360 + 378
    = 1613
    Average = 1613/6 = 268.833 ≈ 269

    Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
    State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

    6. Question


    What is the approximate average number of visitors in Bihar state from all the days together?

    Ans:3
    Number of visitors enrolled in Bihar state
    = 1384 + 1783 + 1347 + 1473 + 1098 + 1234 + 1785= 10104
    Required average = 10104/7
    = 1443
  • 7. Question

    Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
    State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

    In Thursday, the number of visitors from Tamil Nadu is approximately what per cent of that of visitors from Tripura?

    Ans:4
    Number of visitors of Tamilnadu in Thursday = 1342
    Number of visitors of Tripura in Thursday = 1666
    ∴ Required percentage
    = 1342/1666 x 100 = 80.55 ≈ 81
  • 8. Question

    Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
    State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

    In Monday, the number of Telangana visitors is approximately what per cent of that of Sikkim visitors?

    Ans:4
    Required percentage
    = 1289/1440 x 100
    = 89.5 ≈ 90
  • 9. Question

    Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
    State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

    What is the difference between total number of Bihar and Tamilnadu visitors from all the days together?

    Ans:2
    Total number of Bihar visitors from all days together = 10104
    Total number of Tamilnadu visitors from all days together
    = 1234 + 1156 + 1187 + 1342 + 1230 + 1456 + 1239 = 8844
    ∴ Required difference
    = 10104 – 8844 = 1260
  • 10. Question

    Direction (6 – 10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
    State wise number of visitors to Museum on different days of the week

    Which day has the highest number of visitors?

    Ans:4
    Total number of visitors:
    Tuesday – 1156 + 1783 + 1874 + 1003 + 1340 = 7156
    Thursday – 1342 + 1473 + 1129 + 1765 + 1666 = 7375
    Friday – 1230 + 1098 + 1128 + 1865 + 1777 = 7098
    Saturday – 1456 + 1234 + 1556 + 1653 + 1789 = 7688
    Sunday – 1239 + 1785 + 1865 + 1504 + 1762 = 8155
    The number of visitors was highest in Sunday.

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