# Pie-Chart Questions for CMAT 2022 – Download PDF

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**Instructions**

6 buses operate between Delhi and Gurgaon. The breakdown of weekly passengers (for the third week of June 2016) on these buses is shown in the pie chart below. Buses E and F had the same number of total passengers in that week. In the second pie chart, the number of men who travelled by these buses in the third week of June, 2016 is shown. Study the charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:

**Question 1: **In chart 2, what is the percentage of F?

a) 10%

b) 20%

c) 30%

d) 40%

e) 50%

**Question 2: **Out of a total 550 students, how many students did not prefer Maths or Economics?

Break-up of students having perference for each subject

a) 462

b) 154

c) 196

d) 396

e) None of these

**Instructions**

6 buses operate between Delhi and Gurgaon. The breakdown of weekly passengers (for the third week of June 2016) on these buses is shown in the pie chart below. Buses E and F had the same number of total passengers in that week. In the second pie chart, the number of men who travelled by these buses in the third week of June, 2016 is shown. Study the charts carefully and answer the questions that follow:

**Question 3: **What is the angle on the pie chart for E and F in chart 1?

a) 40

b) 50

c) 60

d) 70

e) 80

**Instructions**

Study the graphs given below and answer the questions that follow:

**Question 4: **If Rohit doubles his expense on cigarettes leaving all other expenses the same, how much angle does other expenses subtend in the first chart approximately?

a) 60

b) 75

c) 90

d) 105

e) 120

**Question 5: **What is the angle subtended by “other expenses” in the first chart?

a) 40

b) 50

c) 60

d) 70

e) 80

**Instructions**

Study the following pie-chart carefully to answer these questions.

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**Question 6: **What is the difference (in crores) between the sales of company which has the highest number of female employees and the sales of company which has the least number of female employees?

a) Rs. 52.8

b) Rs.55.6

c) Rs.58.4

d) Rs. 61.2

e) None of these

**Instructions**

Direction: Study the given pie-charts carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Given below are three charts showing break ups of

a) Number of employees working in different departments of an organization

b) Number of males in the organization and

c) Number of employees who recently got promoted in each department

**Question 7: **The number of employees who got promoted from the HR department was what percent of the total number of employees working in that department ? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)

a) 36.18

b) 30.56

c) 47.22

d) 28.16

e) None of these

**Instructions**

The distribution of the availability of various mineral ores is as shown in the pie-chart. The distribution of Aluminium ores is further divided as shown in the second pie-chart.

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**Question 8: **If the percentage of availability of the various ores is represented on bar graphs instead of pie-charts, which of the following ores would have the second tallest bar?

a) Heamatite

b) Malachite

c) Magnetite

d) Iron pyrite

**Question 9: **What is the angle of the sector containing Aluminium Blende if all the ores including Aluminium ores are represented in the same pie-chart?

a) 90 degrees

b) 11.7 degrees

c) 12.2 degrees

d) 88.7 degrees

**Instructions**

**Chart I shows the total revenue distribution of mobile companies in India in the year 2012-13.
Chart II is the total cost(R&D , marketing etc) incurred by all the mobile companies in 2012-2013.**

Profit = Revenue – Cost

**Question 10: **Chart III shows the distribution of number of people who bought mobiles in India in the year 2012-13.If all the “other” companies and HC had the same profit per person, then how many among Orange, Smsun and Nokla turned a profit ?

a) 1

b) 0

c) 3

d) 2

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**Answers & Solutions:**

**1) Answer (B)**

The percentage for F in pie chart 2 is given by 100 – (30 + 7.5 + 15 + 2.5 + 25 + 20) = 20%

**2) Answer (D)**

The percentage of students who did not prefer Maths or Economics is 100-12-16 = 72%

So, the number of students who did not prefer Maths or Economics is 550*72% = 396

**3) Answer (C)**

Since the angle for E and F is equal, their angle is given by (360 – sum of the other angles)/2

= [360 – (130 + 40 + 45 + 25)]/2 = 60 degrees.

**4) Answer (B)**

Current expense on cigarettes = $ \frac{100}{360}*1800$ = 500

If the amount is doubled, the other expenses increases from 1800 to 2300 and total expenses increases from 10800 to 11300

So, the angle by other expenses in the first chart will be $\frac{2300}{11300}*360$ = 73.27

**5) Answer (C)**

The total angle is 360.

So, Other expenses subtends 360 – 110 – 100 – 90 = 60

**6) Answer (A)**

The following table shows the number of female employee working in the companies

Clearly, company B has highest number of female employees and the company F has the least number of female employees,

∴ The difference between the sales of the company B and that of the company F

=((80-58)/360)×Rs.864 cr =Rs.52.8 cr . Choice (a)

**7) Answer (B)**

The number of employees promoted in HR = 11% of 1200 = 132

Total number of employees in HR = 12% of 3600 = 432

=> percentage of employees promoted in HR = $\frac{132}{432}*100$ = 30.56%

**8) Answer (C)**

The percentage of Malachite > Magnetite > Iron pyrite > Heamatite

Therefore, Magnetite would have the second tallest bar on a bar graph.

**9) Answer (B)**

The percentage of Aluminium Blende in all the ores put together is (25/100)*13% = 3.25%. Therefore, the required angle is (3.25/100)*360 = 11.7 degrees.

**10) Answer (B)**

Let x be the total revenue, y be the total cost and z be the total number of people who purchased mobiles in 2012-13.

then given, $\frac{22x – 18y}{20z} = \frac{13x – 16y}{24z}$

67x = 28y

Profit/loss of Orange = 28x – 21y

Profit/loss of Smsun = 16x – 22y

Profit/loss of Nokla = 21x – 33y

In all three cases if we substitute x = $\frac{28}{67}$ we get negative values. Thus none of them turn profitable.