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Directions (1 – 5) : Study the table and
answer the questions:
Yearly production (in thousand) of scooters in
different factories
Factory

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

P

20

15

24

13

17

Q

16

23

41

20

15

R

14

21

30

16

12

S

25

17

15

12

22

T

40

32

39

41

35

Total

115

108

149

102

101

1).In
which year, the production of scooters of all factories was equal to the yearly
average number of scooters produced during 1985 – 89 ?
a)
1985
b)
1986
c)
1987
d)
1988
2).Which
factory / factories showed a decrease of 25% in the production of scooters in
1989 as compared to 1988
a)
9
b)
S
c)
Q and R
d)
P and T
3).The
ratio of the production of scooters by factory P to by factory T in 1985 is
a)
2 : 3
b)
1 : 2
c)
3 : 2
d)
2 : 1
4).In
which year, the total production of scooters was maximum ?
a)
1989
b)
1986
c)
1987
d)
1985
5).In
which year the total production of scooters of all factories was 20% of the
total production of scooters during 1985 – 1989 ?
a)
1988
b)
1985
c)
1986
d)
1989
Directions(6 – 10) : The Pie chart given here represents the domestic expenditure of a family in percent. Study the chart and
answer questions, if the total monthly income of the family is Rs. 33,650
A.
Expenditure on food
B.
Expenditure on house – rent
C.
Expenditure on entertainment
D.
Expenditure on education and
maintenance of children
E.
Medical and miscellaneous expenditure
F.
Deduction towards provident fund
6).The
house rent per month is
a)
Rs.6000
b)
Rs.6152
c)
Rs.6057
d)
Rs.6048
7).The
annual savings in the form of Provident Fund would be
a)
Rs. 48456
b)
Rs.48450
c)
Rs.44856
d)
Rs.45480
8).After
provident fund deductions and payment of house rent, the total monthly income
of the family remains
a)
Rs. 23545
b)
Rs. 24435
c)
Rs. 23555
d)
Rs. 25355
9).The
total amount per month, the family spends on food and entertainment combined
together, is
a)
Rs. 11432
b)
Rs. 11441
c)
Rs. 12315
d)
Rs. 12443
10).Had
there been no children in the family what would have been the total savings of
the family including that by provident fund ?
a)
Rs. 12667.50
b)
Rs. 12625.50
c)
Rs. 11727.50
d)
Rs. 11777.50
Answers:
1).
a) 2). c) 3).
b) 4). c) 5).
b) 6). c) 7).
a) 8). c) 9).
b) 10). d)
Solution:
1).
Average scooters produced during 1985 – 89
=
(115 + 108 + 149 + 102 + 101) / 5 = 575 / 5 = 115
Average scooters produced during 1985 – 89 is
equal to the total production of scooters in 1985
Answer: a)
2).
Decrease in production in 1989 from 1988 of factory
Q = [(20 – 15) / 20 ] × 100 = 25%
R = [(16 – 12) / 16 ] × 100 = 25%
T = [(41 – 35) / 41 ] × 100 – 14.6%
Required answer is factory Q and R
Answer: c)
3). Required ratio =
20 : 40 = 1 : 2
Answer: b)
4).
In 1987 total production of scooters was maximum
Answer: c)
5).
Total production of scooters during 1985 – 89 = 575
Total production of scooters of all factories
as a percent of total production of scooters during 1985 – 89 in
1985 = (115 / 575) × 100 = 20%
1986 = (108 / 575) × 100 = 18.78%
1987 = (149 / 575) × 100 = 25.91%
1988 = (102 / 575) × 100 = 17.74%
1989 = (101 / 575) × 100 = 17.56%
Required answer is year 1985
Answer: b)
6).
House rent per month
=
33650 × (18 / 100) = Rs. 6057
Answer: c)
7).
Required answer = 33650 × (12 / 100) × 12
=
4038 × 12 = Rs. 48456
Answer: a)
8).
Required
answer = 33650 – [ 33650 × (12 + 18) / 100 ]
=
33650 – 10095 = Rs. 23555
Answer: c)
9).
Expenditure on food and entertainment
= 33650 × (25 + 9) / 100
=
33650 × (34 / 100) = Rs. 11441
Answer: b)
10).
Required savings = 33650 × (23 + 12) / 100
=
33650 × (35 / 100) = Rs. 11777.50
Answer: d)
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