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Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 1

Directions: A housing society comprises 3 bungalows - A, B and C. The % solid waste generated by 3 bungalows over 4 quarters of 2018 is represented in the graph below. It is known that bungalow C generated 120 kg of waste in the 1st quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2nd quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3rd quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4th quarter.

Q. Which of the following statements is/are true?

1. There is a gradual increase in the total solid waste generated by bungalow C in the 4 quarters.
2. There is a gradual decrease in the total solid waste generated by bungalow B in the 4 quarters.
3. Bungalow A generated the lowest quantity of waste in 2018.
4. Bungalow C generated the lowest quantity of waste in each quarter of 2018.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 1

Based on the given data, we can create the following table:

There is a gradual decrease in the solid waste generated by Bungalow B in the 4 quarters. All other statements are false.
Hence, option 2 is true.

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 2

Directions: A housing society comprises 3 bungalows - A, B and C. The % solid waste generated by 3 bungalows over 4 quarters of 2018 is represented in the graph below. It is known that bungalow C generated 120 kg of waste in the 1st quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2nd quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3rd quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4th quarter.

Q. What is the average waste generated by bungalow A per month in 2018?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 2


Average waste generated by bungalow A per month in 2018 = $%5Cfrac%7B810%7D%7B12%7D$ kg = 67.5 kg

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 3

Directions: A housing society comprises 3 bungalows - A, B and C. The % solid waste generated by 3 bungalows over 4 quarters of 2018 is represented in the graph below. It is known that bungalow C generated 120 kg of waste in the 1st quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2nd quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3rd quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4th quarter.

Q. In which quarter is the total solid waste generated by all the 3 bungalows the lowest?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 3

Based on the given data, we can create the following table:

In 1st quarter, the total solid waste generated is 600 kg, which is the lowest.

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 4

Directions: A housing society comprises 3 bungalows - A, B and C. The % solid waste generated by 3 bungalows over 4 quarters of 2018 is represented in the graph below. It is known that bungalow C generated 120 kg of waste in the 1st quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2nd quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3rd quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4th quarter.

Q. In which quarter is the highest quantity of solid waste generated?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 4

Based on the given data, we can create the following table:

In 2nd quarter, the quantity of solid waste generated is 700 kg, which is the highest.

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 5

Diections: The following bar chart shows the percentage distribution of total production of three different flavoured ice creams by five different companies (L, M, N, O and P) during the year 2015.

Q. If the total production of ice creams by company O is 150000 and that of company L is 120000, then the production of vanilla ice cream by company O is what percent of production of chocolate ice cream by company L?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 5

Total production by company O = 150000
Total production by company L = 120000
Production of vanilla ice cream by company O = 25% of 150000 = 

 = 37500
Production of chocolate ice cream by company L = 42% of 120000 =$%5Cfrac%7B42%7D%7B100%7D%20%5Ctimes%20120000$

 = 50400

Required percentage =  = 74.40%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 6

Directions: The following bar chart shows the percentage distribution of total production of three different flavoured ice creams by five different companies (L, M, N, O and P) during the year 2015.

If the total production of chocolate flavoured ice cream by company N is 36000, then what is the difference between the total production of vanilla ice cream and mango ice cream by the same company?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 6

Let x be the total production of ice cream by company N.
Then, 30% of x = 36000
x =

= 120000
Total production of vanilla ice cream by company N = 44% of x = 

= 52800
Total production of mango ice cream by company N = 26% of x =

= 31200
Required difference = 52800 – 31200 = 21600

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 7

Directions: The following bar chart shows the percentage distribution of total production of three different flavoured ice creams by five different companies (L, M, N, O and P) during the year 2015.

Q. If the total production of mango ice cream by company N is 58240 and the total production of vanilla ice cream by company L is 20% more than that of production of mango ice cream by company N, then what is the sum of the total production of ice cream by company N and L? 

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 7

Let x be the total production of ice cream by company N.
Then, 26% of x = 58240
x = 
x = 224000

Also, production of vanilla ice cream by company L = (100 + 20)% of 58240

= 69888
Let y be the total production of ice cream by company L.
Then, 28% of y = 69888
y = 
y = 249600
Required sum = y + x
= 249600 + 224000
= 473600

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 8

Directions: The following bar chart shows the percentage distribution of total production of three different flavoured ice creams by five different companies (L, M, N, O and P) during the year 2015.

Q. If the production of chocolate ice cream by company P is 35200 and the total production of ice cream by company M isof the total production of ice cream by company P, then what is the total production of vanilla ice cream by company M?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 8

Let x be the total production of ice cream by company P.

Then, 44% of x = 35200

or x = 
x = 80000

Production of ice creams by company M = 

Hence, the total production of vanilla ice cream by company M = 27% of 64000 == 17280.

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 9

Directions: The bar chart shows the total manufacture of two different types of cars (Alpha and Beta) by five companies from the year 2011 - 2015.

Q. The average of total number of Beta cars manufactured by company A and Alpha cars by company D is what percentage of the total number of Alpha cars manufactured by company C and E?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 9

 Number of Beta cars manufactured by company A = 28,000
Number of Alpha cars manufactured by company D = 72,000
Average = $\displaystyle \displaystyle \frac{(28,000 + 72,000)}{2}$ 

= 50,000
Total number of Alpha cars manufactured by company C and E = 16,000 + 38,000 = 54,000
Required percentage = $\displaystyle \frac{50,000}{54,000}\times 100$ 

= 92.59%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 10

Directions: The bar chart shows the total manufacture of two different types of cars (Alpha and Beta) by five companies from the year 2011 - 2015.

Q. What will be the ratio of the difference between number of Beta cars manufactured by company D and B to the total number of Alpha cars manufactured by company A and C?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 10

 Number of Beta cars manufactured by company B = 48,000
Number of Beta cars manufactured by company D = 80,000
Difference = 80,000 - 48,000 = 32,000
Total number of Alpha cars manufactured by company A and C = 46,000 + 16,000 = 62,000
Required ratio = 32,000 : 62,000 = 32 : 62 = 16 : 31

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 11

Directions: The bar chart shows the total manufacture of two different types of cars (Alpha and Beta) by five companies from the year 2011 - 2015.

Q. If the total number of cars manufactured (both Alpha and Beta) by company A during 2011 and 2012 is 20,000 and the ratio of the number of Alpha cars manufactured to that of Beta cars is 13 : 7, then what is the percentage increase in the number of Alpha cars manufactured by company C during 2011 - 2015 to the numbers of Beta cars manufactured by company A during 2011 - 2012?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 11

Total number of cars manufactured by company A during 2011 - 12 = 20,000
Number of Beta cars manufactured during this period of time = $\displaystyle \frac{7}{20}\times 20,000$

 = 7,000
Number of Alpha cars manufactured by company C during 2011 - 2015 = 16,000
Increase in number = 16,000 - 7,000 = 9,000
Required increase in percentage = $\displaystyle \frac{9,000}{7,000}$ 

= 128.57%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 12

Directions: Study the following graph carefully and answer the question given below.

Q. If 40% of males and 30% of females in company D in the year 2012 were handicapped, then what was the total number of handicapped candidates in that company in that year?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 12

Handicapped employees in company D in the year 2012 = $(\frac{40}{100}\times 550 ) + (\frac{30}{100}\times 600 )$
= (220 + 180) = 400

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 13

Directions: Study the following graph carefully and answer the question given below.

Q. If there is a 20% increase in male employees in company B in 2016 as compared to 2015 and a 30% increase in female employees as well, then what will be the total number of employees in company B in 2016?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 13

Number of males in company B in the year 2016 = $%5Cfrac%7B120%7D%7B100%7D%20%5Ctimes%20600%20%3D%20%7B720%7D$
Number of females in company B in the year 2016 = $%5Cfrac%7B130%7D%7B100%7D%20%5Ctimes%20350%20%3D%20%7B455%7D$
Total number of employees in company B in the year 2016 = 720 + 455 = 1175

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 14

Directions: Study the following graph carefully and answer the question given below.

Q. What was the average number of female employees for company B from 2011 to 2015?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 14

Female employees working in Company B:
In 2011 = 450
In 2012 = 100
In 2013 = 400
In 2014 = 150
In 2015 = 350
Total number of female employees working in company B from 2011 to 2015 = 450 + 100 + 400 + 150 + 350 = 1450
Required average = $\frac{1450}{5} = 290$

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 15

Directions: Study the following graph carefully and answer the question given below.

Q. What was the total number of males working in company A in 2014, males working in the company B in 2011, females working in company D in 2013 and females working in the company A in 2012?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 15

Males working in company A in the year of 2014 = 650
Males working in company B in the year of 2011 = 250
Females working in company D in the year of 2013 = 450
Females working in company A in the year of 2012 = 150
Total number = 650 + 250 + 450 + 150 = 1500

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 16

Directions: Study the following chart carefully and answer the question given below.

Q. What is the difference between the number of tickets of movie A sold in Jaipur and the number of tickets of movie C sold in Ludhiana?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 16

Number of tickets of movie A sold in Jaipur = 50,000
Number of tickets of movie C sold in Ludhiana = 5000
Required Difference = 50,000 - 5000 = 45,000

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 17

Directions: Study the following chart carefully and answer the question given below:

Q. The number of tickets of movie B sold in Delhi is what percentage of the number of tickets of movie E sold in Jaipur?

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 17

 Number of tickets of movie B sold in Delhi = 20,000
Number of tickets of movie E sold in Jaipur = 40,000
Required percentage = $\frac{20,000}{40,000}\times 100$

 = 50%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 18

Directions: Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the question that follows.

Q. If the total number of toys sold by company A in 5 months is 32.69% of the total number of toys sold by all three companies in 5 months, then find the percentage of total number of toys sold by company C in 5 months.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 18

Total number of toys sold by all the three companies in 5 months = 340 + 355 + 345 = 1040
Total number of toys sold by company C in 5 months = 75 + 70 + 65 + 75 + 60 = 345
Required percentage =  = 33.17%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 19

Directions: Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the question that follows.

Q. If the percentage increase in the sales of company C in April from March is 15.38%, then find the percentage decrease in the sales of the same company in May from April.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 19

Number of toys sold by company C in April = 75 (hundred)
Number of toys sold by company C in May = 60 (hundred)
Required percentage =  = 20%

Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 20

Directions: Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the question that follows.

Q. If the average number of toys sold by company C was 69, then find the ratio of average number of toys sold by company A to average number of toys sold by company B.

Detailed Solution for Test Level 2: Bar Graph - Question 20

Total number of toys sold by company A = 85 + 65 + 55 + 70 + 65 = 340
Average of toys sold by company A
=

= 68
Total number of toys sold by company B = 65 + 75 + 80 + 65 + 70 = 355
Average of toys sold by company B
=

= 71
Hence, required ratio = 68 : 71

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