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1 . Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80

What is the total marks scored by A in all six subjects?
357
361
363
364
365
2 . Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80

What is the approximate average of marks obtained by all seven students in subject $P_5$ ? (Rounded off up to two digits)
55.24
56.85
57.54
58.48
59.62
3 . Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80

The marks scored by E in paper $P_1$ is approximately what per cent of the marks scored by D in the same paper?
154.6%
158.4%
161.9%
163.2%
167.5%
4 . Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80

What is the overall percentage of marks of student C?
67.5%
68.5%
69.5%
70.5%
71.5%
5 . Following table shows the percentage marks scored by seven students in six different subjects. Maximum marks of each paper are 80

What is the average of the percentage of marks obtained by all students in papers $P_2$ and $P_5$ together?
79.82%
77.42%
75.04%
74.43%
73.21%
6 . Following table shows the percentage of boys and difference between the number of boys and the number of girls among the students of six different schools who appeared in board examination in different years.

What is the average of the number of boys who appeared from School E, taking all the four years together?
212
217
219
222
227
7 . Following table shows the percentage of boys and difference between the number of boys and the number of girls among the students of six different schools who appeared in board examination in different years.

What is the total number of girls who appeared in the examination from all the six schools in the year 1987?
682
693
702
707
None of these
8 . Following table shows the percentage of boys and difference between the number of boys and the number of girls among the students of six different schools who appeared in board examination in different years.

What is the difference between the total number of students appearing from School B in the year 1987 and that in 1989?
17
29
35
46
None of these
9 . Following table shows the percentage of boys and difference between the number of boys and the number of girls among the students of six different schools who appeared in board examination in different years.

What is the ratio of the total number of boys appeared from School C in 1986 to the total number of girls appeared from School E in the year 1988?
5:4
8:7
9:8
10:9
None of these
10 . Following table shows the percentage of boys and difference between the number of boys and the number of girls among the students of six different schools who appeared in board examination in different years.

Total number of students appearing from School F in the year 1986 is what per cent of the total number of students appearing from School C in the year 1986?
66.66%
90%
120%
150%
None of these