Directions (1 – 5): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions that follow:
A family buys different types of fruits – A, B, C, D each day. The following data shows the quantity and price of these fruits from Monday to Friday in a given week.
Q = Quantity in kg. P = Price/kg.
- Which type of fruit did the family buy the maximum in the given period?
E) Both D and C
- On which of the following days did the family spent less on buying fruits?
- Total expenses on Sunday for buying fruits A and C is what percent of the total expenses on Saturday for buying fruits B and D?
- For which of the following fruits, amount spent on Wednesday increases/decrease by more than 15% with respect to the previous day?
A) Both A and C
B) Both B and D
C) Only A
D) Both A and D
E) Only C
- Find the ratio between the total amounts spent on costliest fruit to cheapest fruit on Sunday.
A) 22 : 13
B) 23 : 15
C) 20 : 9
D) 21 : 11
E) None of these
Directions (6-10): Study the following pie-chart to answer the questions that follow:
A shopkeeper has five products – A, B, C, D and E in his shop. The sale of products in a week is shown in the pie-chart. Given that the product A is sold at Rs 55 each and the shopkeeper makes Rs 58,850 by selling products A during the week.
- What is the number of A products sold in the week?
- If on each D product, a profit of Rs 22 is made, find how much profit the shopkeeper made by selling products D in the week?
A) Rs 13400
B) Rs 18700
C) Rs 12400
D) Rs 16500
E) Rs 14900
- If only 84% of the total available C products in the shop were sold, then what is the number of unsold C products?
E) None of these
- What is the ratio between the number of sold A and E products together and remaining products together?
A) 7 : 11
B) 8 : 13
C) 5 : 11
D) 8 : 15
E) 9 : 15
- If cost price of each B product was Rs 250 and the shopkeeper earned a profit of 14% on each B product sold, find the total amount he got by selling B product?
A) Rs 2,45,400
B) Rs 2,33,700
C) Rs 2,98,600
D) Rs 2,28,800
E) Rs 2,49,600