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Direction Q(1-5): Study the following graph carefully to answer the given questions
Distribution of 1100 School Students in different Sections

Table shows the portion of boys and portion of student whose age is under 18 years

Section No of Boys %  of students below 18
A 180 32
B 265 10
C 72
D 87 45
E 25

Q1. The number of girls in section A is 95, then find the number of students whose age is under 18 in same section?
1.93                 2.88                 3.72                 4.110                 5.None of these

Q2. If the total number of students in Section D is 187, then find the number of total girls in Section A, B and D?
1.293                 2.301                 3.268                 4.195                 5.None of these

Q3. If in Section E , the ration of boys and girls is 6:5, then find the ratio of no of boys above 18 and below 18?
1.1:3                 2.2:3                 3.3:1                 4.1:2                 5.None of these

Q4.What is the difference between the total number of students below 18 in Section A and D to the total number of Boys in E, C and?
1.50                 2.45                 3.37                 4.40                 5.None of these

Q5.If in section C, there are no students below 18, then find the average number of students below 18 in all section together approximately?
1.47                 2.35                 3.29                 4.17                 5.None of these

Directions(6-10): Study the following table carefully to answer the given questions

Parts/Country Body Wheels Engine Others
India(INR) 28580 25000 55850 23700
Japan(Yen) 25000 18500 23200 17000
Russia(Ruble) 26500 6580 36500 35000
German(Euro) 600 550 400 485
China(Yuan) 1500 1000 1200 1600

In the table given below the Exchange rates of different currencies against the Rupee are given. An Indian Motor Vehicle manufacturing company ‘Tata’ gets its spare parts from different vendors in different countries. The above table gives the prices of these parts in each country, in terms of the currency of that country. There is no other additional cost involved in manufacturing a Vehicle.

Country Currency INR Equivalent
India INR 45
Japan Yen 0.59
Russia Ruble 1.15
German Euro 70.66
China Yuan 9.73

Q6. The manufacturing company Tata wants to manufacture the most expensive Motor Vehicle then company will prefer vendors from which country based on manufacturing cost in INR?
1.Japan            2.India            3.German            4.Russia            5.None of these

Q7. If Tata wants to manufacture a Vehicle at the least cost then what would be the expenditure in INR ?.
1.Rs.62370          2.Rs.54550         3.Rs.51569            4.Rs.49383            5.None of these

Q8. Tata Company is plants to buy all spare parts either from China or from Russia. What will be the difference in Manufacturing cost (in Euro-approximate value )?.
1.972            2.456            3.560            4.678            5.None of these

Q9. The company plans to design a new vehicle, for that Tata buy Body from German, Wheels from Russia, Engine from China and others from India. Find the total manufacturing cost in INR?
1.85338            2.86380            3.80269            4.88900            5.None of these

Q10. Apart from the cost of spare parts, an additional cost of INR 10,000 is required to produce each Vehicle. If the company Spent Rs.5938300 to buy parts from Japan then how many vehicle will be manufactured with this cost?
1.110            2.100            3.115            4.150            5.None of these





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