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Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

1. What is the average price per kg of Apple and Guava sold?

2. Out of the total quantity of Banana sold, half the quantity is sold at the given rate while half the quantity is sold 20% more than the original price. What is the total cost of the entire quantity of Banana sold?

3. If Cherry is sold at 10% discount then the quantity sold gets doubled. What will be the cost of the total quantity of Cherry sold after discount?

4. If the selling quantities of Orange and Mango are interchanged then, what is the ratio of the total cost of the quantities sold for Orange and Mango?

5. If the quantity of Guava sold is increased by 300% and the price per kg is reduced by 20%. What will be the total cost of Guava sold?

Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.
6. What is the total number of male passengers from Mumbai and the female passengers from Bangalore together?

7. The number of male passengers from Chennai is what percentage of the total number of passengers from Delhi?

8. What is the ratio of the number of passengers from Bangalore and the number of male passengers from Delhi?

9. What is the average number of female passengers from all the four places?

10. What is the difference between the number of female passengers from Mumbai and the number of male passengers from Delhi?

 

Check your Answers below:

 

 

  • Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
    The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

    1. Question

    What is the average price per kg of Apple and Guava sold?

    Ans: 1
    Average price= (25*750+45*550)/(750+550)
    =43500/1300
    =33.46(approx)
  • 2. Question

    Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
    The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

    Out of the total quantity of Banana sold, half the quantity is sold at the given rate while half the quantity is sold 20% more than the original price. What is the total cost of the entire quantity of Banana sold?

    Ans: 4
    Half of the quantity=700/2=350
    Total cost= (350*30)+(350*(30*120/100))
    =10500+12600
    =23100
  • 3. Question

    Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
    The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

    If Cherry is sold at 10% discount then the quantity sold gets doubled. What will be the cost of the total quantity of Cherry sold after discount?

    Ans: 3
    Total cost=(80*90/100)*(300+300)
    =72*600
    =43200
  • 4. Question

    Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
    The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

    If the selling quantities of Orange and Mango are interchanged then, what is the ratio of the total cost of the quantities sold for Orange and Mango?

    Ans: 1
    The quantities are interchanged, so mango=450kg
    Orange=200kg
    Required ratio=200*50:450*70
    =20:63
  • 5. Question

    Directions (1-5): Study the following graph carefully and answer the given questions.
    The line graph shows the Quantity of 6 different fruits and price per kg (in Rs)

    If the quantity of Guava sold is increased by 300% and the price per kg is reduced by 20%. What will be the total cost of Guava sold?

    Ans:4
    Quantity increased by 300%=550*400/100
    =2200kg
    Price decreased by 20%=45*80/100=Rs.36
    Total cost=2200*36
    =79200

    Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
    In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.

    6. Question

    What is the total number of male passengers from Mumbai and the female passengers from Bangalore together?

    Ans: 1
    No.of passengers from Chennai=18*1200/100=216
    25% females passengers from Chennai=216*25/100=54
    Male passengers from Chennai=216-54=162
    No.of passengers from Bangalore=2/5*1200=480
    Half the number of female passengers from Bangalore=480/2=240
    Hence male passengers from Bangalore=240
    No.of passengers from Delhi=6*1200/100=72
    Male passenger from Delhi=72
    Total number of passengers from Mumbai=1200-216-480-72=432
    Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females=432*2/3=288
    Male passengers from Mumbai=432-288=144

    Male passengers from Mumbai=144
    Female passengers from Bangalore=240
    Total=144+240=384
  • 7. Question

    Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
    In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.
    The number of male passengers from Chennai is what percentage of the total number of passengers from Delhi?

    Ans: 2
    No.of passengers from Chennai=18*1200/100=216
    25% females passengers from Chennai=216*25/100=54
    Male passengers from Chennai=216-54=162
    No.of passengers from Bangalore=2/5*1200=480
    Half the number of female passengers from Bangalore=480/2=240
    Hence male passengers from Bangalore=240
    No.of passengers from Delhi=6*1200/100=72
    Male passenger from Delhi=72
    Total number of passengers from Mumbai=1200-216-480-72=432
    Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females=432*2/3=288
    Male passengers from Mumbai=432-288=144

    Percentage=162*100/72
    =225
  • 8. Question

    Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
    In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.
    What is the ratio of the number of passengers from Bangalore and the number of male passengers from Delhi?

    Ans: 4
    No.of passengers from Chennai=18*1200/100=216
    25% females passengers from Chennai=216*25/100=54
    Male passengers from Chennai=216-54=162
    No.of passengers from Bangalore=2/5*1200=480
    Half the number of female passengers from Bangalore=480/2=240
    Hence male passengers from Bangalore=240
    No.of passengers from Delhi=6*1200/100=72
    Male passenger from Delhi=72
    Total number of passengers from Mumbai=1200-216-480-72=432
    Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females=432*2/3=288
    Male passengers from Mumbai=432-288=144

    Required ratio=480:72
    =20:3
  • 9. Question

    Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
    In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.
    What is the average number of female passengers from all the four places?

    Ans: 3
    No.of passengers from Chennai=18*1200/100=216
    25% females passengers from Chennai=216*25/100=54
    Male passengers from Chennai=216-54=162
    No.of passengers from Bangalore=2/5*1200=480
    Half the number of female passengers from Bangalore=480/2=240
    Hence male passengers from Bangalore=240
    No.of passengers from Delhi=6*1200/100=72
    Male passenger from Delhi=72
    Total number of passengers from Mumbai=1200-216-480-72=432
    Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females=432*2/3=288
    Male passengers from Mumbai=432-288=144

    Average passengers of female from all places= (54+240+288)/3
    =194
  • 10. Question

    Directions:(6-10) Read the following passage carefully and answer the given questions.
    In a train there are 1200 passengers. 18% of the total number of passengers is from Chennai. Two-fifths of the total number of passengers is from Bangalore. 6% of the total number of passengers is from Delhi. The remaining number of passengers is from Mumbai. 25% of the number of passengers from Chennai is females. Half the number of passengers from Bangalore is female. There are no female passengers from Delhi. Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females.
    What is the difference between the number of female passengers from Mumbai and the number of male passengers from Delhi?

    Ans: 1
    No.of passengers from Chennai=18*1200/100=216
    25% females passengers from Chennai=216*25/100=54
    Male passengers from Chennai=216-54=162
    No.of passengers from Bangalore=2/5*1200=480
    Half the number of female passengers from Bangalore=480/2=240
    Hence male passengers from Bangalore=240
    No.of passengers from Delhi=6*1200/100=72
    Male passenger from Delhi=72
    Total number of passengers from Mumbai=1200-216-480-72=432
    Two-thirds of the number of passengers from Mumbai is females=432*2/3=288
    Male passengers from Mumbai=432-288=144

    Difference=288-72
    =216