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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 1^{st} quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2^{nd} quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3^{rd} quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4^{th} 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.
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.
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 1^{st} quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2^{nd} quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3^{rd} quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4^{th} quarter.
Q. What is the average waste generated by bungalow A per month in 2018?
Average waste generated by bungalow A per month in 2018 = ^{} kg = 67.5 kg
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 1^{st} quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2^{nd} quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3^{rd} quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4^{th} quarter.
Q. In which quarter is the total solid waste generated by all the 3 bungalows the lowest?
Based on the given data, we can create the following table:
In 1^{st} quarter, the total solid waste generated is 600 kg, which is the lowest.
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 1^{st} quarter, bungalow A generated 210 kg of waste in the 2^{nd} quarter, bungalow B generated 250 kg of waste in the 3^{rd} quarter, and bungalow A generated 325 kg of waste in the 4^{th} quarter.
Q. In which quarter is the highest quantity of solid waste generated?
Based on the given data, we can create the following table:
In 2^{nd} quarter, the quantity of solid waste generated is 700 kg, which is the highest.
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?
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 =
= 50400
Required percentage = ^{} = 74.40%
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?
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
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?
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
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?
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.
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?
Number of Beta cars manufactured by company A = 28,000
Number of Alpha cars manufactured by company D = 72,000
Average = ^{ }
= 50,000
Total number of Alpha cars manufactured by company C and E = 16,000 + 38,000 = 54,000
Required percentage = ^{ }
= 92.59%
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?
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
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?
Total number of cars manufactured by company A during 2011  12 = 20,000
Number of Beta cars manufactured during this period of time = ^{}
^{ }= 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 = ^{}
= 128.57%
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?
Handicapped employees in company D in the year 2012 = ^{}
= (220 + 180) = 400
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?
Number of males in company B in the year 2016 = ^{}
Number of females in company B in the year 2016 = ^{}
Total number of employees in company B in the year 2016 = 720 + 455 = 1175
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?
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 = ^{}
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?
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
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?
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
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?
Number of tickets of movie B sold in Delhi = 20,000
Number of tickets of movie E sold in Jaipur = 40,000
Required percentage = ^{}
= 50%
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.
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%
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.
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%
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.
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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