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given below it.

The following graphs represent percentage of five types of employees in an

organization for two consecutive years.

Q.1. If 400 workers joined A type of organization in 2009. How many workers of

C type of organization joined the company in that year ?

(1) 350

(2) 260

(3) 408

(4) 460

(5) Data inadequate

Q.2. If 360 E type of workers left the company at the end of 2008, how many E

type of workers joined the company 2009?

(1) 850

(2) 1020

(3) 1080

(4) 980

(5) None of these

Q.3. If 600 A type of workers joined the company in 2009, how many workers of

A type left the company in 2008 ?

(1) 1420

(2) 1540

(3) 1560

(4) 1350

(5) None of these

Q.4.In terms of number the variation of which of the following types of

employees was minimum between 2008 & 2009?

(1) A

(2) B

(3) C

(4) D

(5) E

Q.5. What was the difference between D type of workers in 2008 and B type of

workers in 2009?

(1) 550

(2) 500

(3) 630

(4) 620

(5) None of these

given below it.

Percentage distribution of total employees in different companies.

(1) 1840

(2) 1440

(3) 1220

(4) 1360

(5) None of these

Q. 7. What is the difference between the number of male employees and

number of female employees in company A?

(1) 300

(2) 360

(3) 350

(4) 320

(5) None of these

Q. 8. The total number of female employees in company C is approximately what

percent of the total number of employees in company B?

(1) 26

(2) 29

(3) 21

(4) 16

(5) 12

Q. 9. What is the difference between the total number of female employees in

company F and total number of female employees in company E?

(1) 1080

(2) 1020

(3) 1040

(4) 1050

(5) None of these

Q.10. The total number of female employees in company A is what percent of the

total number of female employees in company D?

(1) 240

(2) 210

(3) 225

(4) 262

(5) None of these

given below it.

Distribution of total voters in six different cities and detail of female

voters in these cities

Numbers of total voters = 64000

Ratio of male and female voters = 5 : 3

Q.11. What is the difference between the male voters in city B and female voters

in city A ?

(1) 7000

(2) 6880

(3) 6890

(4) 6850

(5) None of these

Q.12. What is the ratio of male voters in city A and that in city D ?

(1) 58 : 59

(2) 57 : 53

(3) 51 : 55 (4) 59 : 57

(5) None of these

Q.13. The number of female voters is what percent of number of male voters in

city E ?

(1) 50

(2) 55

(3) 65

(4) 68

(5) None of these

Q.14. The number of male voters in city F is approximately what percent more

than that of male voters in city E ?

(1) 38

(2) 34

(3) 40

(4) 45

(5) 30

Q.15. What is the average number of male voters in city C and D ?

(1) 5200

(2) 5600

(3) 5400

(4) 5800

(5) None of these

given below it.

Percentage wise distribution of students in six different schools.

Total number of students = 4000

Percentage of students

students in school (III)?

(1) 42%

(2) 60%

(3) 45%

(4) 39%

(5) None of these

Q.17. What is the difference between the total number of boys & girls in all the

schools?

(1) 450

(2) 600

(3) 400

(4) 490

(5) None of these

Q.18. What is the respective ratio between the number of boys in school II,

number of girls in school IV and total number of students in school V?

(1) 5 : 7 : 11 (2) 4 : 9 : 12 (3) 5 : 4 : 14 (4) 7 : 9 : 12 (5) None of these

Q.19. What is the total number of girls in school III, number of girls in school (IV)

and the number of boys in school V together?

(1) 1120

(2) 1210

(3) 1080

(4) 1320

(5) None of these

Q.20. What is the percentage number of girls in school IV & VI to that of total

number of boys?

(1) 36 1 %

(2) 29 1 %

(3) 27 2 %

(4) 33 1 %

(5) None of these

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given below it.

The following pie-chart shows the distribution of workers of different

religions in two factories A and B.

(1) 16.5%

(2) 12.5%

(3) 20.5%

(4) 22.5% (5) None of these

Q.22. Christian workers in A are what percent of Christian workers in B?

(1) 110.5%

(2) 90.7%

(3) 92.5%

(4) Cant be determined

(5) None of these

Q.23. If there are 180 others worker in A then total number of worker in B are?

(1) 1520

(2) 1440

(3) 1560

(4) Cant be determined

(5) None of these

Q.24. If there are 1800 workers in A and as many in B then how many Muslim

workers are less in B than those in A?

(1) 50

(2) 55

(3) 50

(4) 40

(5) None of these

Q.25. By what percent do Hindu workers exceed the Sikh workers in factory B (as

a percent of the number of such workers) ?

(1) 176.66% (2) 166.66% (3) 156.66%

(4) 146.66% (5) None of these

BAR GRAPH

Q.26-30.Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions

given below it.

Income and expenditure of two companies (in lakh Rs.)

2005

320

350

400

350

360

150

250

300

350

200

240

500

450

400

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

0

Income of Company B

450

Expenditure of Company A

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Q.26. If in 2007 the profit percent of company A is 18% and profit percent of

company B is 20%, what is the difference between the expenditure of

company B and income of company A?

(1) Rs. 12 lakh (2) Rs. 10 lakh (3) Rs. 5 lakh (4) Rs. 15 lakh (5)None of these

Q.27. If in 2008 profit percent of company A and company B are 20%, what is the

respective ratio between the income of company A and expenditure of

company B?

(1) 28 : 25

(2) 21 : 28

(3) 23 : 25

(4) 24 : 29 (5) None of these

Q.28. If in 2005 the income of company A and company B are equal, what is the

profit percent earned by company A in the same year ?

(1) 12

(2) 15

(3) 18

(4) 20

(5) None of these

Q.29. If in 2010 the expenditure of company A and company B are equal, what is

the profit percent earned by company B in the same year?

(1) 8

3

8

(2) 6

1

8

(3) 20

(4) 12

Q.30. If in 2009 the profit percent of company A and company B are equal, what

was the income of company A in the same year?

(1) Rs. 25 lakh

(2) Rs. 20 lakh

(3) Rs. 15 lakh

(4) Rs. 12 lakh

given below it.

.

Percentage of students in three disciplines (B.Tech., M.Tech. and MBA) in an

institute from 2005 to 2010

MBA

M.Tech

B.Tech

Percent of student

120

100

80

40

30

40

25

30

30

20

45

50

2009

2010

60

60

20

40

20

40

25

30

35

2007

2008

15

25

40

0

2005

2006

Q.31. If in 2008 and 2010 the number of students in M.Tech are 280 and 550

respectively, the number of students in B.Tech in 2008 is what percent of

the number of students in MBA in 2010? (approx)

(1) 47

(2) 43

(3) 56

(4) 33

(5) 51

Q.32. If the number of B.Tech students inthe year 2007 and 2010 is euqal to 480

each, what is the ratio of M.Tech students in 2007 and 2010 respectively ?

(1) 3 : 2

(2) 2 : 1

(3) 3 : 5

(4) 2 : 5

(5) None of these

Q.33. What is the maximum difference between the number of students in MBA

for the given period for any two years?

(1) 45

(2) 40

(3) 35

(4) Can not be determined (5) None of these

Q.34. If the number of B.Tech students in 2005 and 2007 is equal to 360 each,

then the number of M.Tech students in 2005 is what percent of the M.Tech

students in 2007?

(1) 18.75

(2) 20

(3) 18.5

(4) 24

(5) None of these

Q.35. If the number of MBA students in 2008 is 490 and the number of B.Tech

students in 2006 is 600, what is the difference between the total number of

students in 2008 and the total number of students in 2006?

(1) 125

(2) 80

(3) 100

(4) 150

(5) None of these

given below it.

Number of computers sold by different companies in India in various

years.

DELL

COMPAQ

IBM

LENOVO

HCL

1600

1400

1400

1200

1100

1000

1000

800

700

800

800

400

300

400

1200

1000

900

1000

800

700

600

500

400

200

200

900

700

600

600

400

300

200

100

0

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

Q.36. What is the total number of Lenovo computers in all the years together?

(1) 800

(2) 900

(3) 1100

(4) 1000

(5) None of these

Q.37. What is the difference between the IBM computers and DELL computers in

all the years together?

(1) 300

(2) 400

(3) 200

(4) 500

(5) None of these

Q.38. The number of compaq computers is approximately what percent more

than the number of DELL computers in all the years together?

(1) 21

(2) 14

(3) 25

(4) 28

(5) 17

Q.39. What is the average number of HCL computers in all the years together?

(1) 150

(2) 140

(3) 160

(4) 180

(5) None of these

Q.40. The number of DELL computers in 2009 is approximately what percent of

the number of Lenovo computers in 2008?

(1) 122

(2) 128

(3) 133

(4) 140

(5) 145

given below it.

In various metropolis the consumption of daily used commodities

Butter(in thousand kg.)

Egg(in thousand dozen)

1000

900

900

Milk(in milion litre)

900

800

950

850

800

700

700

600

600

500

500

600

500

550

300

650

500

400

400

400

750

400

300

200

200

100

100

0

Chennai

Delhi

Mumbai

Kolkata

Ahmadabad

consumption of milk in all the metropolis ? (1 litre = 900 gram)

(1) 105

100

(2) 130

(5) 70

(3) 120

(4)

Q.42. What is the respective ratio of total consumption of butter to bread in all

the metropolis ?

(1) 49:56

65:49

(2) 94:65

(5) 94:56

(3) 49:65

(1) 330000

(2) 390000

(3) 395000

930000

(5) None of these

(4)

(4)

all the metropolis.

(1 dozen=1 kg.)

(1) 1.632

(2) 1.256

(3) 1.333

(4)

1.460

(5) 1.301

Q.45. Total consumption of butter and bread in Kolkata is approximately what

percent less than the average consumption of milk in all the metropolis (1

litre = 950 gm.)

(1) 100%

(2) 106%

(3) 180%

(4)112%

(5)119%

given below it.

Preferences of people in playing different games over the years.

People in million

Cricket

Football

Tennis

450

400

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

0

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Years

Q.46. From 2006 to 2010 the total number of people who preferred to play

Football was how much (in millions)?

(1) 1475

(2) 1425

(3) 1450

(4) 1525

(5) None of these

Q.47. How many people (In millions) have preferred to play cricket in all the years

together?

(1) 1650

(2) 1770

(3) 1750

(4) 1850

(5) None of these

Q.48. What is the ratio of the number of people preferring to play Cricket to the

number of people preferring to play Tennis in the year 2008?

(1) 7:9

(2) 9:7

(3) 13:15

(4) 15:13

(5) None of these

Q.49. The number of people preferring to play Tennis in 2008 is how many million

fewer than the number of people preferring to play Tennis in 2009?

(1) 75

(2) 50

(3) 25

(4) 60

(5) None of these

Q.50. In the year 2008 the people preferring to play Tennis is approximately what

percent of the people preferring to

play Cricket, Football and

Tennis together in that year?

(1) 25%

(2) 28%

(3) 35%

(4) 40%

(5) 32%

LINE GRAPH

given below it.

.

Number of cars sold by company A and B in different years

Company A

1400

Company B

1200

1200

1100

1200

1000

800

1000

900

700

900

600

400

600

600

400

200

1100

900

600

300

0

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

maximum in company A comparision to previous year?

(1) 2008

(2) 2010

(3) 2007

(4) 2009

(5) None of these

Q.52. What is the respective ratio between the total selling of company A and

total selling of company B in all the years together?

(1) 26:29

(2) 27:31

(3) 53:56

(4) 17:19

(5) None of these

Q.53. The total selling of company B in 2006, 2007 and 2010 is what percentage of

the total selling of company B in all the years together? (upto two decimal

places)

(1) 24.37

(2) 35.64

(3) 28.81

(4) 37.29

(5) None of these

Q.54. What is the average selling of company A in all the years together?

(1) 820

(2) 850

(3) 690

(4) 920

(5) 800

Q.55. The selling of company A in 2009 is approximately what percentage more

than the selling of company B in 2007?

(1) 45

(2) 42

(3) 48

(4) 40

(5) None of these

given below it.

The profit % earned by companies A and B of given years

60

55

50

45

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

the ratio of income in 2008?

(1) 21 : 26

(2) 13 : 14

(3) 14 : 13

(4) 26 : 21 (5) None of these

Q.57. The expenditure in all the years of company A was 82.5 lac. Then what was

the total income of the company in all years?

(1) 1 . 23 lakh

(2) 95.75 lakh

(3) 99.85 lakh

(4) Cant be determined

(5) None of these

Q.58. If the ratio of income of company B in 2006 and 2007 is 2/3 then what is the

ratio of expenditure of these 2 years?

(1) 20 : 29

(2) 9 : 10

(3) 29 : 45

(4) 10 : 29

(5) None of these

Q.59. The expenditure of company B in 2005 and 2006 is 12lac and 14.5 lac

respectively. What is the total income in year 2005 and 2006?

(1) 39.75 lakh (2) 37.95 lakh (3) 38.50 lakh (4) P

(5) None of these

Q.60. If the expenditure of company A and B are equal in year 2009. The income

of two companies is 5.7 lakh then how much the total expenditure in 2009?

(1) 4 lakh

(2) 2 lakh

(3) 4.2 lakh

(4) cant be detemined (5) None of these

given below it.

Number of trees planted by three different NGOs in five different

states.

NGO-A

NGO-B

NGO-C

200

180

168

160

140

120

140

120

100

80

60

40

100

72

160

180

160

150

120

140

88

80

80

60

20

0

Bihar

Punjab

Haryana

Assam

Kerala

Q.61. In which of the following states is the number of trees planted by NGO-B

and NGO-C maximum?

(1) Haryana

(2) Kerala

(3) Assam (4)

Punjab

(5) None of these

Q.62. The total number of trees planted by NGO-A and NGO-B in Haryana is

approximately what percent of the total number of trees planted by NGO-B

and NGO-C in Assam ?

(1) 71

(2) 67

(3) 62

(4) 78

(5) 82

Q.63. In all states, the number of trees planted by NGO-B is what percent more

than the number of trees planted by NGO-A ?

(1) 5

(2) 8

(3) 12

(4) 15

(5) 18

Q.64. What is the average number of trees planted by NGO-C in all states ?

(1) 118

(2) 122

(3) 128

(4)

133

(5) 115

Q.65. In which state is the ratio between the number of trees planted by NGO-A

and the number of trees planted by NGO-C in Bihar 10 : 9 ?

(1) Bihar

(2) Assam

(3) Haryana

(4) Kerala

given below it.

Production of wheat in different states in 3 years (in lakh tonnes)

2008

2009

2010

70

65

55

60

45

50

40

30

20

35

45

50

40

40

35

30

35

55

40

35

25

25

10

35

20

0

Haryana

Punjab

Assam

Gujarat

West

Bengal

Orissa

Q.66. What is the respective ratio of average production of wheat in all the states

in 2008 to the average production of wheat in all the states in 2010?

(1) 10 : 11

(2) 12 : 11

(3) 10 : 12

(4) 12 : 13

(5) None of these

Q.67. The total production of wheat in all the states in 2010 is what percent of the

total production of wheat in all the states in 2009?

(1) 86

(2) 80

(3) 84

(4) 76

(5) None of these

Q.68. The production of wheat in Orissa in 2009 is what percent more than the

production of wheat in Gujarat in the same year? (approx)

(1) 80

(2) 86

(3) 74

(4) 71

(5) 66

wheat in Gujarat, West Bengal and Orissa in 2009 and average production

of wheat in Haryana, Punjab and Assam in 2008? (in Lakh tonnes)

(1) 22

(2) 18

(3) 24

(4) 15

(5) 13

Q.70. What is the total production of wheat in all the states in 2009? (in Lakh

tonnes)

(1) 242

(2) 254

(3) 250

(4) 246

(5) None of these

given below it.

Percent profit earned by two companies in various years.

Company A

Company B

80

65

70

60

50

50

50

55

40

55

55

50

40

30

60

40

45

35

20

10

0

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Q.71. If income of company A in 2004 was equal to its expenditure in 2007, what

was the respective ratio between the expenditure of company in 2004 and

2007?

(1) 2 : 3

(2) 5 : 7

(3) 4 : 5

(4) cann't be determined

(5) None of these

Q.72. If income of company B in 2006 was Rs. 21.5 lakhs and ratio of income of

company A and B was 4 : 5, what was approximate expenditure of company

A in 2006?

(1) Rs. 16 lakh

(2) Rs. 21 lakh

(3) Rs. 8 lakh

(4) Rs. 19 lakh

(5) Rs. 10 lakh

Q.73. If total expenditure of both companies in 2008 was Rs. 15 lakhs and ratio of

expenditure of company A and B in that year was 3 : 2 respectively what

was income of company B in that year?

(1) Rs. 6 lakh

(2) Rs. 9 lakh

(3) Rs. 18 lakh

(4) Rs. 12 lakh

(5) None of these

2004, what was the ratio of expenditure of company A in 2003 and income

of company B in 2004?

(1) 17 : 21

(2) 10 : 23

(3) 10 : 21

(4) 7 : 13

(5) None of these

Q.75. If total income of company A in all the years together was equal to total

expenditure of company B in all the years together which was Rs. 485 lakhs,

what was profit percent earned by company A in all the years together?

(1) 38

(2) 40

(3) 56

(4) cann't be determined (5) None of these

TABLE CHART

given below it.

Production of air conditioner by different companies in different years (in

thousands)

what percentage of the production of air conditioner by Samsung in all the years

together?

(1) 45

(2) 42

(3) 37

(4) 32

(5) 52

Q.77. Which company has produced maximum number of air conditioners in all

the years together?

(1) Voltas

(2) L.G.

(3) Philips

(4) Samsung (5) None of these

Q.78. The total production of air conditioner by Philips is what percentage of the

total production of air conditioner by Voltas?

(1) 80

(2) 82

(3) 77

(4) 85

(5)

None of these

Q.79. What is the respective ratio between the total production of air conditioner

by all companies in 2008 and total production of air conditioner by all

companies in 2010?

(1) 5:3

(2) 1:1

(3) 2:1

(4) 3:2

(5) None of these

Q.80. The total production of air conditioner by Voltas is what percent more than

the total production of air conditioner by Philips in all the years together?

(1) 25

(2) 22

(3) 26

(4) 28

(5) None of these

given below it.

.

Percent increase in production of 6 companies in different years

Q.81. If production of Sony in 2006 was 455000 units what was the production in

2008?

(1) 728000 unit

(2) 614250 unit

(3) 422890 unit

(4) 946400 unit

(5) None of these

Q.82. What was the percentage increase in percentage increase of production of

Essar in 2008 from previous year?

(1) 175

(2) 65

(3) 125

(4) 150

(5) None of these

Q.83. If production of Reliance in 2008 was 410750 unit, what was its production

in 2007?

(1) 440000 unit

(2) 330000 unit

(3) 265000

unit

(4) 255000 unit

(5) None of these

Q.84. The average percentage increase in production of which company was

maximum in all the given years?

(1) Reliance

(2) Sony

(3) HCL

(4) IBM

(5) None of these

Q.85. If production of HCL in 2007 was 135000 unit what was the production of

Essar in the same year?

(1) 148000 unit

(2) 125000 unit

(3)

152000 unit

(4) Cannot be determined

(5) None of these

given below it

Q.86. What was the ratio of pulse production to maize production in the country?

(1) 181 : 136

(2) 176 : 181

(3) 3 : 2

(4) 2 : 3

(5) None of these

Q.87. If the production of wheat in state F increases 5% every year what would be

its estimated wheat production in 2014? (in tonnes)

(1) 89.225

(2) 99.225

(3) 87.225

(4) 98.225

(5) None of these

Q.88. If the average yield per hectare of maize in the country was 24 tonnes then

the area under maize cultivation during that year was ( In lakh hectres)

(Approx)

(1) 7.75

(2) 7.54

(3) 8.25

(4) 8.50

(5) 8.75

Q.89. Which state had the highest barely production in the year 2012?

(1) A

(2) C

(3) B

(4) F

(5) None of these

Q.90. Total rice production of the country is how much more/less than the total

wheat production?

(1) 83

(2) 88

(3) 84

(4) 80

(5) None of these

given below it

Q.91. Which institute planted the lowest number of trees in both the states

together in the year 2008?

(1) Institute P

(2) Institute Q

(3) Institute R

(4) Institute T

(5) None of these

Q.92. Number of trees planted by institute S in the state B in the year 2009

approximately was what % of the number of trees planted by institute Q in

the state A in the year 2008 ?

(1) 55%

(2) 75%

(3) 63%

(4) 50%

(5) 42%

Q.93. What was the respective ratio between the number of trees planted by

institute P in the year 2010 in state A and the number of trees planted by

institute T in the year 2008 in state B ?

(1) 35 : 25

(2) 36 : 13

(3) 18 : 13

(4) 25 : 23 (5) None of these

Q.94. What was the average number of trees planted by institute Q in the state B

over all the years together ?

(1) 536 4/5

(2) 536 1/3

(3) 586

(4) 526 2/3 (5) None of these

Q.95. What was the difference between total number of trees in year 2008 and

2009 ?

(1) 1200

(2) 1050

(3) 1140

(4) 1120

(5) None of these

questions given below it.

Number of passed students in board examination in different years, ratio of

boys and girls among them and percentage of boys and girls passed in first

division

Q.96. What is the total number of girls who passed in first division ?

(1) 470

(2) 475

(3) 478

(4) 473

(5) None of these

Q.97. What is the respective ratio of number of boys and girls who passed in first

division in school D ?

(1) 10 : 9

(2) 2 : 1

(3) 11 : 9

(4) 3 : 4

(5) None of these

Q.98. The number of passed girls is what percent of the number of passed boys in

school C ?

(1) 82

(2) 87.5

(3) 85.2

(4) 84

(5) None of these

Q.99. What is the difference between the number of boys and girls passed in first

division in school E ?

(1) 36

(2) 34

(3) 30

(4) 32

(5) None of these

Q.100.

The number of boys passed in first division in school C is what percent

more than the number of boys passed in first division in school F ?

(1) 22

(2) 45

(3) 33

(4) 28

(5) 40

PUZZLE

Q.101-105.Study the following information carefully and answer the given

questions.

In a class certain number of Marbles (3 colors) are distributed among

students. It is formed that number of students who got red colored

marbles is 37.5% of total students and number of students who got all the

three colors of marbles is 1 of total number of students 52.5% of total

20

student got black marbles and 57.5% got green colored marbles. Numbers

of students who got both red and black marbles but not green are double

the number of students who got all three colors and half of the number of

students who got black and green but not red marbles. Numbers of

students who got all three colors of marbles is 10.

Q.101.

How many students got red and green marbles but not black?

(1) 20

(2) 25

(3) 35

(4) 30

(5) None of these

Q.102.

Number of students who got exactly the color of marbles is (1) 65

(2) 60

(3) 68

(4) 75

(5) 70

Q.103.

Number of students who got at least two colors of marbles is (1) 107

(2) 85

(3) 95

(4) 72

(5) None of these

Q.104.

What is the ratio of number of students who got only red to number of

students who got only green marbles?

(1) 4:5

(2) 3:2

(3) 2:5

(4) 2:3

(5) None of these

Q.105.

What percentage of total student got exactly one color of marbles?

(1) 49%

(2) 57.5% (3) 60%

(4) 64%

(5) None of these

Q.106-110. Study the following information carefully and answer accordingly.

The number of students in a class is 80, the girls and the boys are in the

ratio of 3:5. The students can speak only Hindi or only English or both Hindi

and English. The number of boys and the number of girls who can speak

only Hindi is equal and each of them 40% of the total number of girls. 10%

of the girls can speak both the languages and 58% of the boys can speak

only English.

Q.106.

How many girls can speak only English?

(1) 20

(2) 25

(3) 30

(4) 15

(5) None of these

Q.107.

In how many boys can speak Hindi?

(1) 28

(2) 29

(3) 21

(4) 31

(5) None of these

Q.108.

What percentage of all the students (boys and girls together) who can

speak only Hindi?

(1) 25%

(2) 30%

(3) 45%

(4) 40%

(5) None of these

Q.109.

How many students (boys and girls together) can speak both the

language?

(1) 20%

(2) 25%

(3) 28%

(4) 15%

(5) None of these

Q.110.

How many boys can speak either only Hindi or only English?

(1) 42

(2) 48

(3) 51

(4) 41

(5) None of these

Q.111-115.Read the following informations carefully and answer the questions

given below.

In a class, certain number of chocolates (3 types) is distributed among

students. It is found that number of students who got Amul chocolates is

36.5% of total students and total number of students is 26 2 of students

3

who got all the three chocolates. 52.5% of total students got Nestle

chocolates and 57.5% students got Cadbury chocolates. Number of students

who got both Amul and Nestle chocolates but not Cadbury is double the

number of students who got all the three Chocolates and half of the

number of students who got Nestle and Cadbury but not Amul chocolates.

Number of students who got all the three chocolates is 15.

Q.111.

How many students got Amul and Cadbury chocolates but not Nestle?

(1) 30

(2) 60

(3) 36

(4) 66

(5) None of these

Q.112.

Number of students who got exactly two types of chocolates is (1) 156

(2) 140

(3) 148

(4) 145

(5) None of these

Q.113.

Number of students who got at least two types of chocolates is(1) 100

(2) 95

(3) 150

(4) 165

(5) None of these

Q.114.

What is the ratio of number of students who got only Amul to number

of students who got only Nestle respectively ?

(1) 2 : 3

(2) 1 : 3

(3) 2 : 5

(4) 3 : 5

(5) None of these

Q.115.

What percentage of total students got exactly one type of chocolates?

(1) 54%

(2) 62.5%

(3) 57.25%

(4) 60%

(5) None of these

given below.

A certain number of students are studying in an institute. In a servey it is

found that 45.6% of the total number of students like Desktop. 12.8% of the

total number of students like Laptop. 84.4% of the total number of students

like Tablet. 7% of the total number of students do not like any computer.

3.6% students like Desktop and Laptop. 10.2% of the total students like

Laptop and Tablet. 38.6% of the total students like Desktop and Tablet.

2.6% of the total students like all the three computers. 35 students do not

like any computer.

Q.116.

How many students like only Tablet?

(1) 204

(2) 180

(3) 193

(4) 191

(5) None of these

Q.117.

How many students like Desktop and Laptop but not Tablet?

(1) 5

(2) 8

(3) 12

(4) 13

(5) None of these

Q.118.

How many students like at least two types of computer?

(1) 232

(2) 234

(3) 236

(4) 238

(5) None of these

Q.119.

How many students like at least one type of computer?

(1) 455

(2) 465

(3) 475

(4) 485

(5) None of these

Q.120.

How many students like exactly two types of computer?

(1) 221

(2) 223

(3) 227

(4) 229

(5) None of these

Q.121-125 the following informations carefully and answer the questions given

below.

In India, the total number of tourists in a tourist place is 800 who are

from different countries viz, USA, Italy, China, Australia and Mauritius. 54%

of the total numbers of tourists are male. One-fourth of the total numbers

of females are from Australia. 25% of the total number of females is from

USA. The number of females from Mauritius is half of the number of

females from USA.

5

6

numbers of males are from China. 100 tourists are from Italy. Three-fourth

of the remaining number of males are from Maurtius.

Q.121.

What is the respective ratio between the number of female tourists

from USA and number of male tourists from Australia?

(1) 23:24

(2) 23:50

(3) 23:25

(4) 20:23

(5) None of these

Q.122.

What is the approximately average number of male tourists from USA,

China and Mauritius?

(1) 82

(2) 77

(3) 86

(4) 72

(5) 67

Q.123

What is the two-third of the total number of female tourists from China

and Mauritius?

(1) 46

(2) 48

(3) 54

(4) 58

(5) None of these

Q.124.

The total number of tourists from Mauritius is approximately what

percent of the female tourists from Italy?

(1) 90

(2) 80

(3) 120

(4) 70

(5) 150

Q.125.

What is the total number of tourists from China?

(1) 121

(2) 143

(3) 111

(4) 153

(5) None of these

Answers

ANS.1.(5) Data inadequate

ANS.2.(3) Number of E type of workers who joined the company in 2009

= 16% of 15000 (14% of 12000 360)

= 2400 (1680 360)

= 2400 1320

= 1080

ANS.3.(3) No. of A type of workers who left the company in 2008.

24

22

F

I

15000

600J 12000

G

K

100

100

=H

= (3600+600) 2640

= 1560

ANS.4.(3) No. of different types of employees in two years.

= 600

ANS.6-10.

ANS.6.(2)

ANS.7.(4)

ANS.8.(1)

ANS.9.(3)

ANS.10.(5)

= 6880

ANS.12.(4) Ratio = 9440 : 9120

= 59 : 57

2400

100

4000

ANS.13.(5) Percentage =

= 60

= 38

1520

100

4000

10800

2

=5400

ANS.16.(5) Required% = 160 100 40%

400

ANS.18.(3) Required ratio = 300 : 240 : 840 = 5 : 4 : 14

ANS.19.(3) Required total students = 240 + 240 + 600 =1080

420 240

660 100

1

29 %

ANS.20.(2) Required % =

100 =

2250

2250

45 100

=

360

12.5%

ANS.22.(4) Without knowing either the total number of workers in both the

companies or the number of workers of any religion we can not

determine.

ANS.23.(4) Can't be determine.

ANS.24.(1) Required less number of Muslim workers

=

(60 - 50)1800

=

360

50

= 166.66%

120

100

ANS.27.(1)Ratio = 350 120 : 450 100

100

120

= 420 : 375 = 28 : 25

ANS.28.(4)Profit percent =

ANS.29.(5)Profit percent =

40

100

200

30

100

320

= 20%

=

3

8

ANS.30.(5)

ANS.31.(4)Required percent =

448

100

1375

ANS.33.(4)

ANS.34.(1)Required percent = 90

480

= 33% (approx)

100 =

18.75

ANS.36.(4)Total number = 1000

ANS.37.(1)Difference = 1200 900 = 300

ANS.38.(5)Increase percent = 200 100

1200

= 17 (approx)

ANS.39.(2)Average number = 700 = 140

5

ANS.40.(3) Percent =

400

100

300

= 133 (approx)

Milk = 3900000000 lit.

= 3900000000 .9 kg.

= 3510000000 kg.

3506750000 100

3510000000

% less =

= 99.9%

= 100%

ANS.42.(3) Ratio = 2450 : 3250 = 49 : 65

ANS.43.(2) Required average =

1950000

390000

5

2450000

1256

.

1950000

ANS.44.(2) Times =

ANS.45.(1) Butter + Bread in Kolkata = 800000 kg.

3900000000

780000000 ltr.

5

=

average of milk

= 780000000 0.95 kg.

= 741000000 kg.

% less

740200000 100

99.89% 100%

= 741000000

ANS.46.(1)Total = 325 + 400 + 300 + 200 + 250

= 1475

ANS.47.(3)400+ 375 + 375 + 250 + 350

= 1750

ANS.48.(4)Ratio = 375 : 325

= 15 : 13

ANS.49.(3)325 300 = 25

ANS.50.(5) Required % = 325 100 = 32%

1000

ANS.51.(1)2008

ANS.52.(5)Ratio = 5600 : 5900 = 56 : 59

ANS.53.(3)Percent =

1700

100

5900

= 28.81

ANS.54.(5)Average selling = 800

ANS.55.(5)Increase percent =

= 50

200

100

400

ANS.56.(5)

Income

expenditure x profit

exp.

100

from question

3 x 30

3x

income of A

100

Income of B 4 x 40

4x

100

39 X

10

10

56 X

= 39 : 56

ANS.57.(4)The total income of company can't find because income of each year is

not given

exp enditure

ANS.58.(3)

income 100

100 % profit

2x 100

B' s exp.in 2006 100 50

100 45

2x 100

145

29

150

3 x 100 45

=

= 29 : 45

profit% I

F

G

H 100 J

K

exp. 1

ANS.59.(2) income =

B's income in 2005

=

35 I

27

F

G

H 100 J

K 12 20 16.2

12 1

50 I

3

F

.

G

H 100 J

K 14.5 2 2175

14.5 1

ANS.60.(1) let the exp. of company A and B is x lakh rupees.

45 I 7 x

F

G

H 100 J

K= 5

x 1

45 I

F

G

H 100 J

K=

x 1

29 x

20

7 x 29 x

5

20

(A+B)'s income =

57 x

20

5.7 =

x = 2 lakh

Total exp. = x + x = 4 lakh.

ANS.61.(2) Number of trees = 180+160 = 340

ANS.62.(4) Percentage =

= 78 (approx)

220

100

280

= 5 (approx)

30

100

590

608

5

= 122 (approx)

ANS.65.(3) Ratio = 80 : 72

= 10 : 9

ANS.66.(2)

Ratio = 240 : 220 = 12 : 11

6

6

220

100

ANS.67(5) Required percent =

250

ANS.68.(2)Percent increase = 30 100

35

= 88

= 86 (approx)

ANS.69.(5)Difference = 135 95 = 13 lakh tonnes (approx)

3

ANS.71.(2) Ratio = 100 100 : 100

140

=5:7

= 4 21.5 = Rs. 17.2 Lakh

5

x=

1720

165

ANS.73.(2) Expenditure of company B =

15 1720

5 165

= Rs. 6 lakh

If income of company B in year 2006 is Rs. x. Then,

50

x6

100

6

x = Rs. 9 Lakh

ANS.74.(3) Ratio = 100 100 : 100 150 = 10 : 21

140

100

ANS.75.(4)

ANS.76.(2)Percent =

100

100

238

= 42 (approx)

ANS.77.(5)L.G. and Voltas

ANS.78.(1)Percent =

88

100

110

= 80

= 1:1

ANS.80.(1)Increase percent =

22

100

110

= 25 (approx)

ANS.81.(4) Production in 2008

= 455000

160 130

100 100

= 946400

ANS.82.(1) Increase percent =

35

20

100 = 175

= 265000

ANS.84.(2)

100

155

65 17.2 x

100

x

ANS.85.(4)

ANS.86.(2) 176 : 181

ANS.87.(2) Wheat production in 2004

= 90 105 105 = 99.225 Lakh tonnes

100

100

181

24

= 7.54

ANS.89.(4) F

ANS.90.(1)Difference = 530 - 447 = 83

ANS.91.(3)

ANS.92.(3) Reqd.% =

=63%

4.8

100

7.6

14.4 36

5.2 13

3160

2

526

6

3

ANS.95.(3) Required difference = 7740 - 6600

= 1140

ANS.96.(5) No. of girls = 72 + 74 + 77 + 126 + 54 + 84 = 487

ANS.97.(1) Ratio = 140 : 126

= 10 : 9

350

100

400

ANS.98.(2) Percent =

= 87.5

ANS.99.(5) Difference = 92 - 54

= 38

ANS.100.(3) Percentage increase =

= 33 (Approx)

ANS.101.(5)

ANS.102.(4)

15

75

28

100

84

ANS.103.(3)

85

ANS.104.(5)

3:5

ANS.105.(2) 57.5%

ANS.106-110.

40% of 30

=12

Number of boys = 80 = 50

Number of girls = 80 50 = 30

E

(B 50)

40% of 30

=12

50 - (29+12) 58% of 50

=29

=9

ANS.106.(4)

ANS.107.(3)

ANS.108.(2)

15

12+9 = 21

% = 24 100 = 30%

ANS.109.(4)

Required % =

G(3)

10% of 30

=3

80

12 100

80

= 15%

ANS.110.(4) 12+29 = 41

ANS.111-115.

Amul

146

Nestle

210

(101-x)

= 35

66

=

(x)

30

105

15

60

(155-x)

= 89

230

Cadbury

ANS.111.(4)

ANS.112.(1)

ANS.113.(5)

ANS.114.(2)

Total number = 30+66+60+15 = 171

Ratio = 35 : 105 = 1 : 3

229

100

400

= 57.25

30 -(12+3)

= 15

ANS.116-120.

Desktop

30

5

13

Laptop

8

38

180

191

Tablet

ANS.116.(4)

ANS.117.(1)

ANS.118.(3)

ANS.119.(2)

ANS.120.(2)

ANS.121-125.

= 23 : 25

ANS.122.(2) Average number =

93 108 31

3

= 77 (approx)

ANS.123.(1) Required number = (23+46) 2 = 46

3

ANS.124.(3) Percent =

139

100

115

= 120 (approx)

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