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Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

1. If the number of boys passed from College A and College B is 315 and 225 respectively in the year 2007, then what is the difference between number of girls passed from A and B in year 2007?

2. If the number of girls passed from College A and College B in year 2006 is equal to 90, then what is the sum of total number of passed students of College A and College B in the same year?

3. If the number of girls passed from College A in year 2009 is equal to the number of boys passed from College B in year 2006 and it is 315, then what is the difference between total number of students passed from College A in 2009 and College B in year 2006?

4. If total number of students passed from College A and College B in year 2008 is 650 and 800 respectively, then number of girls passed from College B is how much percent more than the number of girls passed from College A in the same year?

5. If the number of girls passed from College A and College B in year 2010 is 378 and 414 respectively, then number of boys passed from College B is what percent of number of boys passed from College A in same year?(approx)

Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.

6. In which year was the sale of ‘Pep­up’ the maximum?

7. In the case of which soft drink was the average annual sale maximum in the given  period ?

8. In the case of ‘Cool­slip drink, what was the approximate percent increase in sale in 2007 over its sale in 2005?

9. In the year 2004, what was the difference between the number of Pep­up and Cool-slip bottles sold?

10. What was the approximate per cent drop in sale of Pep­up in 2004 over its sale in 2003?

 

 

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  • Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

    1. Question


    If the number of boys passed from College A and College B is 315 and 225 respectively in the year 2007, then what is the difference between number of girls passed from A and B in year 2007?

    Ans:4
    Total number of passed students of College A =(100*315)/45 = 700
    Number of girls passed = 55% of 700 = 385
    Total number of passed students of College B= (100*225)/60 = 375
    Number of girls passed = 40% of 375 = 150
    Difference = 385 – 150 = 235
  • 2. Question

    Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

    If the number of girls passed from College A and College B in year 2006 is equal to 90, then what is the sum of total number of passed students of College A and College B in the same year?

    Ans:4
    For College A,
    45% of girls = 90
    Total student = (90*100)/45 = 200
    For College B,
    50% of girls = 90
    Total student = (90*100)/50 = 180
    Sum = 200 + 180 = 380
  • 3. Question

    Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

    If the number of girls passed from College A in year 2009 is equal to the number of boys passed from College B in year 2006 and it is 315, then what is the difference between total number of students passed from College A in 2009 and College B in year 2006?

      Ans:1
    Total students passed of College A in 2009 = 315*100/75 = 420
    Total students passed of College B in 2006 = 315*100/50 = 630
    Difference = 630 – 420 = 210
  • 4. Question

    Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

    If total number of students passed from College A and College B in year 2008 is 650 and 800 respectively, then number of girls passed from College B is how much percent more than the number of girls passed from College A in the same year?

    Ans:2
    Number of girls passed of College A= (60*650)/100 = 390
    Number of girls passed of College B = (57*800)/100 = 456
    % difference = [(456-390)/390]*100=16.92%
  • 5. Question

    Directions (1-5): Following bar-graph shows the percentage of passed girls with respect to total passed students of two colleges A and B.

    If the number of girls passed from College A and College B in year 2010 is 378 and 414 respectively, then number of boys passed from College B is what percent of number of boys passed from College A in same year?(approx)

    Ans:4
    Number of girls passed from College A = 54% = 378
    Number of boys passed from College A = 322
    Number of girls passed from College B = 46% = 414
    Number of boys passed from college B= 486
    %= (486/322)*100≈150%

    Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.


    6. Question


    In which year was the sale of ‘Pep­up’ the maximum?

    Ans:2
    In the year 2003, pep-up maximum
  • 7. Question

    Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.

    In the case of which soft drink was the average annual sale maximum in the given  period ?

      Ans:1
    Average annual sale of Dew-drop = (10+15+25+15+30+25) /6 = 20
    Average annual sale of cool-slip = (25+7+20+20+25+30) / 6 =21.2
    Average annual sale of pep-up = (30+35+30+25+20+20) / 6 = 26.7
  • 8. Question

    Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.

    In the case of ‘Cool­slip drink, what was the approximate percent increase in sale in 2007 over its sale in 2005?

    Ans:3
    Sale in 2007 = 30
    Sale in 2005 = 20
    Increase % = [(30-20)/20]*100 = 50%
  • 9. Question

    Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.

    In the year 2004, what was the difference between the number of Pep­up and Cool-slip bottles sold?

    Ans:5
    Number of Pep­up =30
    Number of cool-slip=20
    Difference = 30-20 = 10
  • 10. Question

    Directions (6-10):Study the following bar chart and answer the following questions. The sales of different soft drinks over different years were given below.

    What was the approximate per cent drop in sale of Pep­up in 2004 over its sale in 2003?

    Ans:3
    sale of Pep­up in 2004 = 30
    sale of Pep­up in 2003 = 35
    % drop = [(35-30)/35]*100 = 14.28%

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