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

The chart represents the number of students studying in five different coaching centres.

Total number of students studying in a centre = Number of students studying for SSC exam + Number of students studying for Bank exam.

- Find the difference between the number of students studying for SSC exam in centre A and the number of students studying for bank exam in centre E.
120190160140150Option C

Required Difference = 400 â€“ 240 = 160 - If fee for studying SSC exam and Bank exam in coaching centre C is Rs.800 per month and Rs.900 per month resp. then find the revenue generated by centre C in a month.
Rs.556000Rs.353000Rs.461000Rs.532000Rs.500000Option A

Required revenue generated = 800*380 + 900*280

= Rs.556000 - Find the ratio of the number of students studying in centre A to that of the same in centre D.
25:1728:1926:1723:1021:11Option B

Number of students studying in centre A = 240+320

= 560

Number of students studying in centre D = 130+250 = 380

Required ratio = 28:19 - Out of the total number of students who are studying in centre E, 40% are girls. In centre E, number of girls who are studying for Bank exam is 55% of the total number of students who are studying for Bank exam. Find the number of girls who are studying for SSC exam in centre E.
4825304052Option A

Number of students studying in centre E = 270+400

= 670

Number of girls studying in centre E = 40% of 670 = 268

Number of girls studying for Bank exam in centre E = 55% of 400 = 220

Number of girls studying for SSC exam in centre E = 268 â€“ 220 = 48 - Number of students studying for SSC exam in centre B is what percentage of number of students studying for Bank exam in the same centre?
130%125%120%115%100%Option B

Required% = (450/360)*100 = 125% - Income of Raj in May is how much more than the income of Raj in January?
Rs.2800Rs.2000Rs.2600Rs.2100Rs.2700Option A

Income of Raj in January = 2400+1800 = Rs.4200

Income of Raj in May = 4500+2500 = Rs.7000

Required Difference = 7000 â€“ 4200 = Rs.2800 - Income of Raj in June is 25% more than income of Raj in April, and the respective ratio of expenditure to savings in June is 3:2. Find the savings of Raj in June.
Rs.2500Rs.2800Rs.1900Rs.2000Rs.1500Option B

Income of Raj in April = 3600+2000 = Rs.5600

Income of Raj in June = 5600*1.25 = Rs.7000

Savings of Raj in June = 2/5*7000 = Rs.2800 - Find the average of the income of Raj in February, March and May taken together.
Rs.3900Rs.5800Rs.4200Rs.4400Rs.5000Option B

Income of Raj in February, March and May resp. = Rs.5000, Rs.5400 and Rs.7000

Required Average = (5000+5400+7000)/3 = Rs.5800 - Income of Raj in January is what percentage more or less than the expenditure of Raj in same month?
73%70%65%75%66%Option D

Income of Raj in January = 2400+1800 = Rs.4200

Required% = (4200-2400)/2400*100 = 75% - Find the ratio of expenditure of Raj in March to the savings of Raj in May.
5:39:75:27:36:5Option E

Required ratio = 3000:2500 = 6:5

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

The given line chart shows the expenditure and savings (in Rs.) of Raj in different months.

Income = Expenditure + Savings