1 . 
Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions.
What is the cost of flooring of A? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 

A is a triangle So, area of A = $1 \over 2$ $\times$ 16 $\times$ 12 = 96 sqm So, cost of flooring of A = 96 $\times$ 50 = Rs. 4800 





2 . 
Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions.
What is the difference between the cost of fencing of C and that of B? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

Perimeter of B = 2 (10 + 20) = 60 m So, cost of fencing of B = 60 $\times$ 15 = 900 Perimeter of C = 4 $\times$ 15 = 60 m So, cost of fencing of C = 60 $\times$ 18 = ` 1080 So, required difference = 1080  900 = Rs. 180 





3 . 
Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions.
What is the ratio of the cost of flooring to that of fencing of field D? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Area of D = Base $\times$ Height = 20 $\times$ 12 = 240 mtr sq So, cost of flooring of D = 240 $\times$ 60 = Rs. 14400$\times$ Perimeter of D = 2 (20 + 12) = 64 m So, cost of fencing of D = 64 $\times$ 25 = Rs. 1600$\times$ So, required ratio = 14400 : 1600 = 9 : 1 





4 . 
Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions.
The cost of fencing of field E is approximately what percent of the cost of flooring of field C? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Perimeter of E = 2pr = 2 $\times$ 22/7 $\times$ 10 = $440 \over 7$ m Cost of fencing of E = $440 \over 7$ $\times$ 22 = Rs. 1382.85 Area of C = 15 $\times$ 15= 225 mtr square $\times$So, cost of flooring of C = 225 $\times$ 40 = Rs. 9000 So, required % = ${1382.85 \times 100} \over 9000$ = 15.36% of flooring cost of C. 





5 . 
Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions.
The cost of fencing of field C is what percent of the cost of fencing of field D? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 

Fencing cost of C = Rs. 1080 Fencing cost of D = Rs. 1600 Required % = $1080 \over {1600 \times 100}$ = 67.5% 





6 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Number of Soldiers (in thousands) retired during six different years What is the difference between the total number of Soldiers retired from Air Force in the year 2006, 2007 and 2008 and the number of Soldiers retired from Army in the year 2009 ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 

Total number of soldiers retired from Air Force in the years 2006, 2007 and 2008 = 2.9 + 5.4 + 4.2 = 12.5 Number of soldiers retired from Army in the year 2009 = 8.4 Difference = 12.5  8.4 = 4.1 thousands = 4100 





7 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Number of Soldiers (in thousands) retired during six different years Total number of Soldiers retired from BSF in the years 2005 and 2006 together was approximately what per cent of the total number of Soldiers retired from Navy over all the years together ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 







8 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Number of Soldiers (in thousands) retired during six different years What was the average number of Soldiers retired together in the year 2007 ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

Total number of soldiers retired in the year 2007 = (5.4 + 7.2 + 2.8 + 2.7 + 5.2) $\times$ 1000 = 23300 Average = $23300 \over 5$ = 4660 





9 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Number of Soldiers (in thousands) retired during six different years In which force the number of the soldiers retired continuously increased from the year 2004 to 2009 ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
E


Explanation : 







10 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Number of Soldiers (in thousands) retired during six different years What was the respective ratio between the number of Soldiers retired from Army in the year 2004 and number of soldiers retired from Coast Guard in the year 2006 ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Required ratio = $5.2 \over 1.2$ = 13 : 3 





11 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Mr. X deposited an amount in Scheme II with Company C for two years. After that he withdrew the amount and reinvested only the principal amount in Scheme IV of Company B for two years. Total amount of simple interest accrued from the two schemes is Rs. 14, 800. What was the principal amount? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 







12 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Company E offers compound interest under Scheme I and Company A offers simple interest under Scheme IV. What will be the difference between the interest earned under the Scheme I of Company E and Scheme IV of Company A respectively in two years on an amount of Rs. 1.2 lakhs? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 







13 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Company D offers compound interest under Scheme II and simple interest under Scheme IV. Abhijit invested ` 25,000 with this company under Scheme IV and after one year switched over to Scheme II along with the interest for one more year. What is the total amount he will get at the end of two years? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 







14 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Abhishek invested an amount of ` 45,000 for two years with Company B under Scheme III which offers compound interest and Jeevan invested equal amount for two years with Company C under Scheme IV which offers simple interest. Who earned more interest and how much? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 







15 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions.
Mr.Lal invested Rs.30,000 in company A under scheme IT which offers simple interest and ` 48,000 in Company D under Scheme II which offers compound interest. What will be the total amount of interest earned by Mr. Lal in two years? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 







16 . 
Study the following table to answer these questions.
In various plans in the ratio of expenditure on public sector, which of the following graphs explain best the expenditure on water supply and sanitation? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

From table we can say that expenditure on water supply and sanitation are increasing in every plan. So, the graph represent in option (a) is best explain of it. 





17 . 
Study the following table to answer these questions.
The ratio of public sector expenditure to the expenditure on social services was highest in which plan? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 

By watching table, we see that the ratio of public sector expenditure to the expenditure on social service was highest in the VIth plan 





18 . 
Study the following table to answer these questions.
In the successive plans in the ratio of public sector expenditure there was a continuous decrease in which sector? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

From table, we can say that in all the sector, there is no continuous decrease. 





19 . 
Study the following table to answer these questions.
For plan VI out of public sector expenditure, what per cent of expenditure is on Housing and Urban services? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Required percentage = $97500 \over 24880$ $\times$ 100 = 392% 





20 . 
Study the following table to answer these questions.
For all the given plans, what was the difference in expenditure on education and health ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 

Total expenditure on education in all the plans = 1530 + 2730 + 5890 + 7860 + 13360 + 25240 = 56610 million Total expenditure on health in all the plans = 980 + 2140 + 2260 + 3370 + 7610 + 18210 = 34570 million Required difference = (56610  34570) = 22040 million = Rs. 22040 $\times$ 1000000 = Rs. 22040000000 





21 . 
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
What is approximate overall percentage obtained by C in the examination ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 







22 . 
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
What is the difference in the marks obtained by B in English and Maths together and the marks obtained by F in the same subjects ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 







23 . 
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
The marks obtained by E in Geography are what per cent of the marks obtained by E in Hindi ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
C


Explanation : 







24 . 
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
What is the overall percentage of marks obtained by D in History and Geography together ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 







25 . 
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it.
What is the average marks obtained by all the students together in Science ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
E


Explanation : 







26 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
What is the total amount earned by Store C through the sale of M and O type products together ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
D


Explanation : 

Total amount earned by store C through the sales of M and O type products together = (57 $\times$ 5.6 + 48 $\times$ 50) thousand = (319.2 + 2400) thousand = 27.192 lakh 





27 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number of L type product sold by Store F is what percent of the number same type of products sold by Store E ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
E


Explanation : 







28 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
What is the difference in the amount earned by Store A through the sale of P type products and that earned by Store B through the sale of Q type products ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
A


Explanation : 

Required difference = (60 $\times$ 75  44 $\times$ 15) thousand = (4500  660) thousand = 38.4 lakh 





29 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
What is the respective ratio of total number of N and L type products together sold by Store D and the same products sold by Store A ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
E


Explanation : 

Required ratio = (61 + 54) : (54 + 48) = 115 : 102 





30 . 
Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
What is the average price per product charged by all the Stores together for Product Q ? 

Answer & Explanation
Answer : Option
B


Explanation : 







