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Directions (1-5): Study the following table carefully and answer the given questions
Temperature in various cities 1. What is the difference between the average temperature of Delhi and that of Chennai? (In degree)

2. What is the difference between the average temperature of all cities in May and that if February?

3. The average temperature of Hyderabad is approximately what percent more than that of Mumbai?

4. What is the ratio of the average temperature of Delhi to that of Kolkata?

5. What is the average temperature of January?

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  6. In how many years the quantity of Rice exported is more than the average quantity of Rice exported for the given period?

7. In which year the value of Rice exported per tonne is highest?

8. In which of the following year the percentage increase in the value of Rice exported over the previous year is minimum?

9. What is the difference in the value of Rice per kg which is exported in 2003 to that in 2006?

10. From 2007 to 2008, if there is a 25% increase in the quantity of Rice exported and 40% increase in the value, then what is the value of Rice exported per kg in 2008?

• Directions (1-5): Study the following table carefully and answer the given questions
Temperature in various cities What is the difference between the average temperature of Delhi and that of Chennai? (In degree)

Ans:2
Average temperature of Delhi = (35+37+42+45+47)/5 = 41.2
Average temperature of Chennai =(37+38+41+43+46)/5 = 41
Difference = 41.2-41 = 0.2
• 2. Question

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Temperature in various cities What is the difference between the average temperature of all cities in May and that if February?

Ans:2
Average temperature of all cities in May = (47+44+46+42+47)/5 = 45.2
Average temperature of all cities in February = (37+34+38+35+42)/5 = 37.2
Difference = 45.2 – 37.2 = 8
• 3. Question

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Temperature in various cities The average temperature of Hyderabad is approximately what percent more than that of Mumbai?

Ans:2
Average temperature of Hyderabad = (38+42+44+45+47)/5 = 43.2
Average temperature of Mumbai = (32+34+38+41+44)/5 = 37.8
Percentage = [(43.2-37.8)/37.8]*100 = 14.3%
• 4. Question

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Temperature in various cities What is the ratio of the average temperature of Delhi to that of Kolkata?

Ans:1
Average temperature of Delhi =41.2
Average temperature of Kolkata = (33+35+37+39+42)/5 = 37.2
Ratio = 41.2:37.2 = 103:93
• 5. Question

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Temperature in various cities What is the average temperature of January?

Ans:4
Average temperature in January = (35+32+37+33+38)/5= 35

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  6. Question

In how many years the quantity of Rice exported is more than the average quantity of Rice exported for the given period?

Ans:2
Average quantity of export of Rice
= (12 + 15 + 10 + 13 + 20 + 22) / 6
= 92 / 6
= 15.33
Thus, in the year 2006 and 2007, the export quantity of Rice was more than average quantity of Rice export.
• 7. Question

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  In which year the value of Rice exported per tonne is highest?

Ans:3
Value per tonne = value / tonne
In 2002 = 144 / 12 = 12
In 2003 = 165 / 15 = 11
In 2004 = 130 / 10 = 13
In 2005 = 156 / 13 = 12
In 2006 = 230 / 20 = 11.5
In 2007 = 275 / 22 = 12.5
In the year 2004 the value of Rice exported per tonne is highest
• 8. Question

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  In which of the following year the percentage increase in the value of Rice exported over the previous year is minimum?

Ans:1
% increase = Difference / Previous year × 100
2002 to 2003 = (165 –144) / 144 × 100 = 21/144*100= 14.58%
2003 to 2004 = (130-165) / 165 × 100 = 35/165 *100 = 21.21% decrease
2004 to 2005 = (156 – 130) / 130 × 100 =26/130*100= 20%
2005 to 2006 = (230 – 156) / 156 × 100 =74/156*100= 47.43%
2006 to 2007 = (275 – 230) / 230 × 100= 45/230*100 = 19.56
In 2003 the percentage increase in the value of Rice exported over the previous year the minimum
• 9. Question

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  What is the difference in the value of Rice per kg which is exported in 2003 to that in 2006?

Ans:4
Difference
= (230 × 1000 / 20 × 1000) – (165 × 1000 / 15 × 1000)
=230000/20000-165000/15000
= 11.5 – 11
= 0.5
• 10. Question

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The line graph shows the export of Rice by a trader (in tonnes).  From 2007 to 2008, if there is a 25% increase in the quantity of Rice exported and 40% increase in the value, then what is the value of Rice exported per kg in 2008?

Ans:5
Quantity of Rice exported in 2008
= 1.25 × 22 tonnes
= 27.5 tonnes
Value of Rice exported in 2017 = 1.4 × 275
= 385 thousand
Value per kg in 2008 = 385/27.5
= 14 