In a school the periodical examinations are held every month. In a session during April 'X'- March 'X + 1', Rakesh a student of class IV, section B appeared for each of the periodical exams. The maximum total marks in each periodical exam is 50. The aggregate marks obtained by him in each periodical exam are given below.

The total marks obtained in December X is what per cent more than the total marks obtained in June X ?

correct answer:-**4**

In a school the periodical examinations are held every month. In a session during April 'X'- March 'X + 1', Rakesh a student of class IV, section B appeared for each of the periodical exams. The maximum total marks in each periodical exam is 50. The aggregate marks obtained by him in each periodical exam are given below.

(In which periodical exams did Rakesh obtain the highest percentage increase in marks over the previous periodical exams?

correct answer:-**1**

Observe the chart and answer the following questions.

In the year 1994, the commission earned by salesman D was approximately what percent more of the commission earned by A?

correct answer:-**3**

Observe the chart and answer the following questions.

In the year 1993, the commission of B was approximately what per cent of the total commission earned by five salesmen that year?

correct answer:-**2**

The following questions are based on the pie-chart given below which gives the expenditure incurred in printing a magazine:

What is the angle for the sector representing paper cost?

correct answer:-**2**

The following questions are based on the pie-chart given below which gives the expenditure incurred in printing a magazine:

For a given issue of the magazine, the 2% of the cost is Rs. 2,000 and the print-run is 12,500 copies. What should be the sale price if the publisher desires a profit of 5 percent?

correct answer:-**4**

These questions are based on the graph which shows the demand and production statistics of 5 T.V. companies

What is the difference between the average demand and the average production of the five companies taken together?

correct answer:-**3**

These questions are based on the graph which shows the demand and production statistics of 5 T.V. companies

The production of the company D is how many times of the production of the company A?

correct answer:-**1**

Following is a new plan called ‘Airtel One’, introduced by Airtel (GSM service Provider) for its post-paid customers.

If Mohan made STD calls (within 100 kms) for 30 min and spent 100 min on local calls with 30% on landline, 40% in GSM and 30% on Airtel, and Rohan spent 18 min on STD within 150 Kms and spent 120 mins on local calls with 30%, 40% and 30% on GSM, landline and Airtel respectively, then who spent more?

correct answer:-**2**

Following is a new plan called ‘Airtel One’, introduced by Airtel (GSM service Provider) for its post-paid customers.

A new SMS scheme was introduced @60p/local SMS, with an additional monthly charge of Rs. 35. Who will not benefit from the scheme? A Person sending

correct answer:-**1**

Following is a new plan called ‘Airtel One’, introduced by Airtel (GSM service Provider) for its post-paid customers.

A bill of Rs 199/Month is definitely not possible when you make only

correct answer:-**4**

A person makes 12 minutes of ISD calls in a month. If 80% of his ISD bill came from calling the rest of the world, then the ISD calls for the minimum duration were made to which of the following group of countries?

correct answer:-**4**

Refer to the chart below showing annual production and answer the questions that follow.

Which industry /industries contribute /contributes to company S?

correct answer:-**4**

Refer to the chart below showing annual production and answer the questions that follow.

Industry B processes what percentage of the total production of listed elements?

correct answer:-**2**

Refer to the chart below showing annual production and answer the questions that follow.

Of the listed elements processed by the Industry A, how many tons are produced annually?

correct answer:-**3**

On the counter are six squares marked 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Players are invited to place as much money as they wish on any one square. Three dice are then thrown.

1 If your number appears on one die only, you get your money back plus the same amount.

1 If two dice show your number, you get your money back plus twice the amount you placed on the square.

1 If your number appears on all three dice, you get your money back plus three times the amount.

1 If the number is not on any of the dice, the operator gets your money.

For example, suppose that you bet one Rupee on square No. 6. If one die shows a 6, you get your Rupee back plus another Rupee. If two dice show 6, you get back your Rupee plus two Rupees. If three dice show 6, you get your Rupee back plus three Rupees.

From a player’s point of view, the chance of his number showing on one die is $$\frac{1}{6}$$, but since there are three dice, the chances must be $$\frac{3}{6}$$ or $$\frac{1}{2}$$, therefore the game is a fair one. Of course this is the way the operator of the game wants everyone to reason, for it is quite fallacious.

What is the probable story?

correct answer:-**3**

Study the following two tables of data on Agriculture Import and Export of India during 1998-2001 and answer the following questions.

Which was the single largest contributor to the total agri exports in 2000-01? If the total agri exports were valued at US $ 6 billion, what is its contribution in dollar terms?

correct answer:-**3**

Study the following two tables of data on Agriculture Import and Export of India during 1998-2001 and answer the following questions.

Which product has shown strong growth in exports during the 3-year period?

correct answer:-**3**

Study the following two tables of data on Agriculture Import and Export of India during 1998-2001 and answer the following questions.

Which was the dominant import commodity in 2000 2001 after the vegetable oil?

correct answer:-**3**

From the import data about Sugar and Cereals it can be said that

correct answer:-**3**

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