## Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the graph and answer the questions that follow. Profit percentage of six companies in two successive years.

1. What is the ratio of the expenditure of Company A to that of Company C in 2010-11?
1) 4 : 5 2 ) 5 : 4 3) 16 : 25 4) 25 : 16 5) None of these

2. What is the approximate percentage increase/decrease in expenditure made by Company E in 2011-12 with respect to its previous year?
1) 12% 2 ) 14% 3) 27% 4) 18% 5) None of these

3. Find out the ratio of income of Company B and D together in the year 2010-11 to that of Company B and C in 2011-12.
1) 7 : 6 2) 6 : 7 3) 14 : 15 4) 15 : 14 5) None of these

4. The profit of the Company F in 2010-11 is approximately what per cent of profit of Company D in the year  2011-12?
1) 125% 2) 90% 3) 122% 4) 130% 5) None of these

5. What is the ratio of income of Company C in 2011-12 to expenditure of Company C in 2010-11?
1) 30 : 23 2) 272 : 225 3) 4 : 5 4) 5 : 3 5) Can't be determined

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the graph and answer the questions that follow. The following bar graph shows the percentage of votes gained by different parties in different states and table show the total number of voter in different states

6. In State A, if 10% of the total voters do not vote and 2% of the total votes are considered as invalid votes, then how many of remaining votes did Congress get?
1) 75.5 lakh 2 ) 72.9 lakh 3) 71.8 lakh 4) 72.6 lakh 5) None of these

7. The number of votes got by BSP in State C is how much per cent less by that gain in State B? (Assume that all the voters went to vote)
1) 53% 2) 46% 3) 48% 4) 49% 5) None of these

8. The total number of votes got by SP in all states is
1) 222 lakh 2) 250 lakh 3) 227 lakh 4) 405 lakh 5) None of these

9. In which of the following states is difference between the number of votes got by BSP & BJP the maximum?
1) A 2) B 3) C 4) A & B 5) B & C

10. What is the ratio of the number votes got by Others in State A to that in State C?
1) 25 : 23 2) 52 : 55 3) 55 : 53 4) 55 : 52 5) None of these