Instructions

**Study the pie chart and table and answer the questions**

Distribution of total no. of Kurtis (cotton and linen) sold by six different stores in 2016, where total kurtis sold are 84,000.

Question 1

Number of kurtis (linen and cotton) sold by store D is what percent more than the number of linen kurtis sold by store B?

Question 2

What is the difference between average number of linen kurtis sold by stores D and E together and average number of cotton kurtis sold by the same stores together?

Question 3

What is the respective ratio between number of kurtis (linen and cotton) sold by store C and number of linen kurtis sold by store F?

Instructions

For the following questions answer them individually

Question 4

The graphs of ax + by = c, dx+ey = f will be,

(A) Parallel if the system has no solution.

(B) Coincident if the system has finite number of solutions.

(C) Intersecting if the system has two solutions

(D) Intersecting if the system has only one solution

Choose the correct answer from the options given below :

Question 5

A container is filled with liquid, 6 part of which are water and 10 part milk. How much of the mixture must be drawn off and replaced with water, so that the mixture may be half water and half milk?

Question 6

There are two numbers which are greater than 21 and their LCM and HCF are 3003 and 21 respectively. What is the sum of these numbers?

Question 8

In terms of percentage profit, arrange the following transactions in decreasing order.

(A) Cost price : â‚¹36, Profit: â‚¹17

(B) Cost price : â‚¹50, Profit : â‚¹24

(C) Cost price : â‚¹40, Profit : â‚¹19

(D) Cost price : â‚¹60, Profit : â‚¹29

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:

Question 9

A Glass Jar contains 1 Red, 3 Green, 2 Blue and 4 Yellow marbles. If a single marble is chosen then Match List I with List II :

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Question 10

Ice-cream, completely filled in a cylinder of diameter 35 cm and height 32 cm, is to be served by completely filling identical disposable cones of diameter 4 cm and height 7 cm. The maximum number of cones that can be used in this way is

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