The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of runs scored by a batsman in a test innings.

Question 80

If the batsman has scored a total of 306 runs, how
many 4s and 6s did he hit?


Total runs scored in 4's = $$\dfrac{43.16}{100}\times 306$$ = 132 

Therefore, total number of 4's scored by the batsman = $$\dfrac{132}{4}$$ = 33

Total runs scored in 6's = $$\dfrac{3.92}{100}\times 306$$ = 12 

Therefore, total number of 6's scored by the batsman = $$\dfrac{12}{6}$$ = 2

Hence, we can say that option E is the correct answer. 

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