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Directions(1-5): **Answer the following questions based on given information.

The pie-chart given shows the percentage distribution of the number of winter wears (hoodies and jackets ) sold by different malls (A,B,C,D and E) on Monday. The respective ratio of the number of hoodies and jackets sold by mall D is 14:13 and the number of hoodies sold by mall D is 280.

- Find the average number of winter wears sold by mall B,C and D on Monday.
434432420444452Option B

Number of winter wears sold by mall D = 280*(27/14)

= 540

Number of winter wears sold by all the given malls together = 540/0.3 = 1800

Required average = {(24+18+30)/3}% of 1800 = 432 - Find the ratio of the number of winter wears sold by mall E to that of mall D.
7:65:34:75:31:2Option E

Required ratio = 15:30 = 1:2 - Find the difference between the number of winter wear sold by mall A and by mall C.
8587669075Option D

Number of winter wears sold by mall D = 280*(27/14)

= 540

Number of winter wears sold by all the given malls together = 540/0.3 = 1800

Required Difference = (18-13)% of 1800 = 90 - The number of winter wears sold by mall C is what percentage of the number of winter wears sold by mall B?
81%72%75%65%70%Option C

Required% = 18/24*100 = 75% - If the respective ratio of the number of hoodies to jackets sold by mall E on Monday is 5:4 find the number of jackets sold by mall E on Monday.
12011190115100Option A

Number of winter wears sold by mall D = 280*(27/14)

= 540

Number of winter wears sold by all the given malls together = 540/0.3 = 1800

Number of jackets sold by mall E on Monday = 4/9*15% of 1800 = 120 - If total number of eggs sold in the whole week is 1600, then find the number of eggs sold on Monday?
288244275222230Option A

Number of eggs sold on Monday = 18% of 1600 = 288 - If total number of eggs sold in the whole week is 1300, then find the difference between the number of eggs sold on Friday and the number of eggs sold on Sunday.
4852405044Option B

Required Difference = (15-11)% of 1300 = 52 - Total number of eggs sold on Tuesday is what percentage of the total number of eggs sold on Saturday?
70%80%40%50%60%Option D

Let the total number of eggs sold in the week be

x.

Required% = (8% of x)/(16% of x)*100 = 50% - Find the ratio of the number of eggs sold by the shopkeeper on Wednesday to that of the same on Thursday.
9:86:73:57:25:4Option C

Let the total number of eggs sold in the week be x.

So, the number of eggs sold on Wednesday = 12% of x = 0.12x

And, the number of eggs sold on Thursday = 20% of x = 0.2x

Required ratio = 0.12x:0.2x = 3:5 - On which day the number of eggs sold is more, if the total number of eggs sold in the whole week is 2000.
ThursdayTuesdaySaturdayMondayWednesdayOption A

Thursday

Monday = 360

Tuesday = 160

Wednesday = 240

Thursday = 400

Friday = 300

Saturday = 320

Sunday = 220

**Directions(6-10):**Answer the following questions based on given information.

The pie-chart given below represents the percentage distribution of the number of eggs sold by a shopkeeper on different days of a week.