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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
If the family gets a discount on furniture and pays 15 % less than the estimated cost, then find the amount spent on furniture?
Correct
Answer: c)
Total estimated cost on furniture = 500000*(10/100) = Rs. 50000
Discount = 15 %
So, the amount spent on furniture = 50000*(85/100) = Rs. 42500
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Answer: c)
Total estimated cost on furniture = 500000*(10/100) = Rs. 50000
Discount = 15 %
So, the amount spent on furniture = 50000*(85/100) = Rs. 42500
Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
Find the average estimated cost of Interior, Flooring and Furniture together?
Correct
Answer: a)
The average estimated cost of Interior, Flooring and Furniture together
= > 500000*[(12 + 23 + 10)/100]*(1/3)
= > Rs. 75000
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Answer: a)
The average estimated cost of Interior, Flooring and Furniture together
= > 500000*[(12 + 23 + 10)/100]*(1/3)
= > Rs. 75000
Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
Find the ratio of the estimated amount of Interior and painting together to that of the estimated amount of Windows and doors and miscellaneous together?
Correct
Answer: d)
The estimated amount of Interior and painting together
= > [(12 + 18)/100]*500000
The estimated amount of Windows and doors and miscellaneous together
= > [(20 + 17)/100]*500000
Required ratio = 30 : 37
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Answer: d)
The estimated amount of Interior and painting together
= > [(12 + 18)/100]*500000
The estimated amount of Windows and doors and miscellaneous together
= > [(20 + 17)/100]*500000
Required ratio = 30 : 37
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
The estimated amount of painting is what percentage more/less than the estimated amount of windows and doors?
Correct
Answer: b)
The estimated amount of painting = 500000*(18/100)
The estimated amount of windows and doors = 500000*(20/100)
Required % = [(20 – 18)/20]*100 = 10 % less
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Answer: b)
The estimated amount of painting = 500000*(18/100)
The estimated amount of windows and doors = 500000*(20/100)
Required % = [(20 – 18)/20]*100 = 10 % less
Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
Out of the total estimated cost of furniture, 54 % of the amount is used for showcase and remaining was used for Cupboards and Shelves in the room. Find the difference between the estimated cost for showcase to that of the estimated cost for cupboards and shelves in a room?
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
Find the ratio between the number of males in village A and C together to that of the number of females together in village B and D together, if the sum of total number of people in village B and C is 5100 and the percentage of female in village D is same as the percentage of female in village B?
Correct
Answer: d)
The sum of total number of people in village B and C = 5100
The total number of people in village B = 5100 – 3250 = 1850
The percentage of female in village B = 100 – (38 + 24) = 38 %
The percentage of female in village D = 38 %
The number of males in village A and C together
= > 2000*(38/100) + 3250*(42/100)
= > 760 + 1365 = 2125
The number of females together in village B and D together
= > 1850*(38/100) + 2850*(38/100)
= > 703 + 1083 = 1786
Required ratio = 2125: 1786
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Answer: d)
The sum of total number of people in village B and C = 5100
The total number of people in village B = 5100 – 3250 = 1850
The percentage of female in village B = 100 – (38 + 24) = 38 %
The percentage of female in village D = 38 %
The number of males in village A and C together
= > 2000*(38/100) + 3250*(42/100)
= > 760 + 1365 = 2125
The number of females together in village B and D together
= > 1850*(38/100) + 2850*(38/100)
= > 703 + 1083 = 1786
Required ratio = 2125: 1786
Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
Find the difference between the total number of female and children in village D to that of total number of male and female in village F?
Correct
Answer: b)
The total number of female and children in village D
= > 2850*(64/100) = 1824
The total number of male and female in village F
= > 2500*(79/100) = 1975
Required difference = 1975 – 1824 = 151
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Answer: b)
The total number of female and children in village D
= > 2850*(64/100) = 1824
The total number of male and female in village F
= > 2500*(79/100) = 1975
Required difference = 1975 – 1824 = 151
Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
Find the average number of peoples in all the given villages except village F, if the ratio between the total number of people in village A to that of E is 1 : 2 and the total number of female in village B is 703?
Correct
Answer: a)
The ratio between the total number of people in village A to that of E
= 1 : 2
The total number of people in village E = (2000/1)*2 = 4000
The total number of female in village B = 703
= > (38/100)*total number of people in village B = 703
= > Total number of people in village B = 703*(100/38) = 1850
The average number of peoples in all the given villages except village F
= > (2000 + 1850 + 3250 + 2850 + 4000)/5
= > 13950/5 = 2790
Incorrect
Answer: a)
The ratio between the total number of people in village A to that of E
= 1 : 2
The total number of people in village E = (2000/1)*2 = 4000
The total number of female in village B = 703
= > (38/100)*total number of people in village B = 703
= > Total number of people in village B = 703*(100/38) = 1850
The average number of peoples in all the given villages except village F
= > (2000 + 1850 + 3250 + 2850 + 4000)/5
= > 13950/5 = 2790
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
Total number of children in village C and D together is approximately what percentage of total number of male in village F, if the percentage of female in village D is 38 % and that of village F is 35 %?
Correct
Answer: d)
The percentage of female in village D = 38 %
The percentage of children in village D = 100 – (36 + 38) = 26 %
The percentage of female in village F = 35 %
The percentage of male in village F = 100 – (35 + 21) = 44 %
Total number of children in village C and D together
= > 3250*(26/100) + 2850*(26/100)
= > 845 + 741 = 1586
The total number of male in village F = 2500*(44/100) = 1100
Required % = (1586/1100)*100 = 144.18 % = 144 %
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Answer: d)
The percentage of female in village D = 38 %
The percentage of children in village D = 100 – (36 + 38) = 26 %
The percentage of female in village F = 35 %
The percentage of male in village F = 100 – (35 + 21) = 44 %
Total number of children in village C and D together
= > 3250*(26/100) + 2850*(26/100)
= > 845 + 741 = 1586
The total number of male in village F = 2500*(44/100) = 1100
Required % = (1586/1100)*100 = 144.18 % = 144 %
Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
Total number of people in village A and F together is what percentage more/less than the total number of people in village E, if the total number of male in village E is 1200?
Correct
Answer: c)
Total number of people in village A and F together
= > 2000 + 2500 = 4500
Total number of male in village E = 1200
= > (30/100)*total number of people in village E = 1200
= > Total number of people in village E = 1200*(100/30) = 4000
Required % = [(4500 – 4000)/4000]*100 = 12.5 %
Incorrect
Answer: c)
Total number of people in village A and F together
= > 2000 + 2500 = 4500
Total number of male in village E = 1200
= > (30/100)*total number of people in village E = 1200
= > Total number of people in village E = 1200*(100/30) = 4000
Required % = [(4500 – 4000)/4000]*100 = 12.5 %
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Directions (1 – 5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of total estimated cost for renovating the house.
Total estimated cost = Rs. 500000
1) If the family gets a discount on furniture and pays 15 % less than the estimated cost, then find the amount spent on furniture?
a) Rs. 41000
b) Rs. 43500
c) Rs. 42500
d) Rs. 43000
e) None of these
2) Find the average estimated cost of Interior, Flooring and Furniture together?
a) Rs. 75000
b) Rs. 72000
c) Rs. 78000
d) Rs. 74000
e) None of these
3) Find the ratio of the estimated amount of Interior and painting together to that of the estimated amount of Windows and doors and miscellaneous together?
a) 14 : 19
b) 5 : 7
c) 23 : 29
d) 30 : 37
e) None of these
4) The estimated amount of painting is what percentage more/less than the estimated amount of windows and doors?
a) 10 % more
b) 10 % less
c) 15 % less
d) 15 % more
e) None of these
5) Out of the total estimated cost of furniture, 54 % of the amount is used for showcase and remaining was used for Cupboards and Shelves in the room. Find the difference between the estimated cost for showcase to that of the estimated cost for cupboards and shelves in a room?
a) Rs. 4000
b) Rs. 3500
c) Rs. 4250
d) Rs. 4800
e) None of these
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions:
The following table shows the number of people in 6 different villages and the percentage distribution of male, female and children in those villages. Some values are missing.
6) Find the ratio between the number of males in village A and C together to that of the number of females together in village B and D together, if the sum of total number of people in village B and C is 5100 and the percentage of female in village D is same as the percentage of female in village B?
a) 1152 : 1113
b) 2178 : 1197
c) 1523 : 4155
d) 2125: 1786
e) None of these
7) Find the difference between the total number of female and children in village D to that of total number of male and female in village F?
a) 178
b) 151
c) 163
d) 139
e) None of these
8) Find the average number of peoples in all the given villages except village F, if the ratio between the total number of people in village A to that of E is 1 : 2 and the total number of female in village B is 703?
a) 2790
b) 3150
c) 2370
d) 2560
e) None of these
9) Total number of children in village C and D together is approximately what percentage of total number of male in village F, if the percentage of female in village D is 38 % and that of village F is 35 %?
a) 130 %
b) 115 %
c) 100 %
d) 144 %
e) 85 %
10) Total number of people in village A and F together is what percentage more/less than the total number of people in village E, if the total number of male in village E is 1200?
a) 15 %
b) 17.5 %
c) 12.5 %
d) 20 %
e) 25 %
Answers :
Direction (1-5) :
1). Answer: c)
Total estimated cost on furniture = 500000*(10/100) = Rs. 50000
Discount = 15 %
So, the amount spent on furniture = 50000*(85/100) = Rs. 42500
2). Answer: a)
The average estimated cost of Interior, Flooring and Furniture together
= > 500000*[(12 + 23 + 10)/100]*(1/3)
= > Rs. 75000
3). Answer: d)
The estimated amount of Interior and painting together
= > [(12 + 18)/100]*500000
The estimated amount of Windows and doors and miscellaneous together
= > [(20 + 17)/100]*500000
Required ratio = 30 : 37
4). Answer: b)
The estimated amount of painting = 500000*(18/100)
The estimated amount of windows and doors = 500000*(20/100)