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Directions (Q. 1-5): Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80.

StudentsPercentage of marks out of 80
GKCAEnglishComputerReasoningAptitude
P77.50%76.25%81.25%82.50%58.75%78.75%
Q83.75%85%65%88.75%63.75%60%
R55%67.50%58.75%83.75%68.75%71.25%
S58.75%66.25%63.75%61.25%52.50%76.25%
T67.50%80%70%73.75%85%78.75%
U73.75%76.25%77.50%71.25%87.50%90%
V81.25%93.75%87.50%70%81.25%72.50%

 

  1. The marks scored by T in paper Reasoning is approximately what per cent of the marks scored by S in the same paper?
  1. 157.2%
  2. 153.9%
  3. 161.9%
  4. 165.9%
  5. 160.1%
  1. What is the approximate average of marks obtained by all seven students in subject GK? (Rounded off up to two digits)
  1. 51.78
  2. 56.85
  3. 60.12
  4. 57.36
  5. 55.21
  1. What is the overall percentage of marks of student R?
  1. 67.5%
  2. 68.7%
  3. 69.5%
  4. 65.9%
  5. 66.5%
  1. What is the total mark scored by P in all six subjects?
  1. 360
  2. 369
  3. 365
  4. 364
  5. 367 
  1. What is the average of the percentage of marks obtained by all students in papers Aptitude and GK together?
  1. 75.68%
  2. 73.47%
  3. 79.96%
  4. 70.87%
  5. 73.21%

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the tables carefully and answer the questions that follow:

Number of candidates (in lakhs) appearing in an entrance examination from six different cities and the ratio of candidates passing and failing in the same

CityNumber of candidatesRatio
PassFail
Jaipur1.8532
Bangalore2.7375
Kolkata1.0845
Hyderabad2.2713
Mumbai1.2573
Chennai3.1453

 

  1. What is the difference between the city has the highest number of passing students in the exam to the city has the lowest number of students failing in the exam?
  1. 132750
  2. 168750
  3. 164750
  4. 158750
  5. None of these
  1. Number of candidates passing in the exam from Bangalore is what percent of the total number of candidates appearing from all the Cities together? (rounded off to two digits after the decimal)
  1. 12.93
  2. 11.46
  3. 13.84
  4. 15.27
  5. None of these
  1. The number of candidates passed from Jaipur and Kolkata together is what percent of the total number of failed candidates from Hyderabad?
  1. 95.78%
  2. 91.28%
  3. 95.49%
  4. 92.01%
  5. 93.39%
  1. What is the respective ratio of the number of candidates failing in the Exam from Hyderabad and Jaipur together to those failing in the exam from Mumbai and Chennai together?
  1. 927 : 623
  2. 621 : 977
  3. 977 : 621
  4. 947 : 459
  5. None of these
  1. The number of candidates appearing for the exam from Kolkata and Mumbai together is what percent of the total number of candidates appearing for the exam from Chennai and Bangalore together? (rounded off to the nearest integer)
  1. 45
  2. 40
  3. 35
  4. 33
  5. 30

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