Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 93

Directions(1-5): Read the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below :
Percentage of failed student in different colleges :


Ratio of failed and passed Boys to the Girls are given :

  1. If total number of students in college F is 8000, what will be the number of passed Boys in college F ?
    1520
    2500
    2400
    3600
    1000
    Option D
    8000*80/100*1/16*9 = 3600

     

  2. If number of failed students in college C is 3600, then what will be the number of failed Girls in college C ?
    1251
    1200
    1680
    1444
    1500
    Option C
    Required no. of failed girl in College C = 1680

     

  3. If number of failed students in college E is 5400, find total number of students in college E ?
    14,100
    17,400
    12,300
    14,200
    12,000
    Option E
    45 % of x = 5400
    => x = 5400*100/45 = 12,000

     

  4. If total number of students passed in college D is 3600, find the number of Girls failed in same college ?
    450
    900
    842
    784
    655
    Option B
    60 % = 3600
    40 % = 2400
    Now, ratio of failed Boys : Girls
    5 : 3
    8 == 2400
    1 == 300
    3 == 300×3 = 900

     

  5. If total number of students in college A and C is 4200, how many students failed in both the college together .
    1450
    1120
    1680
    1880
    1950
    Option
    Failed students from both the classes = 25% + 15% = 40%
    => 40/100*4200 = 1680

     

  6. What percent of members in parliament are in other profession?
    20%
    10%
    40%
    30%
    60%
    Option A
    Req. % = 88+70 / 790*100 = 20%

     

  7. Directions(6-10): Study the following profile of Parliament carefully and answer the questions given below :
    Profile of Parliament in year ‘ABCD’.
    Total members in Parliament = 790
    (545 from Lok Sabha and 245 from Rajya Sabha) :


  8. If one-third members of party ‘B’ of Lok sabha join party A then what would be ratio between members of party A to the members of party C in Lok sabha?
    52 : 7
    73 : 4
    55 : 8
    74 : 9
    61: 3
    Option D
    Required ratio
    = (305 + 65) : 45
    = 370 : 45
    = 74 : 9

     

  9. Out of total member of party C in parliament, what percent of the members belong to Lok sabha ?
    51.23%
    47.20%
    56.25%
    44.33%
    42.21%
    Option C
    45/80*100 = 56.25%

     

  10. What is the approximate difference between percentage of Sikh members in Lok sabha and percentage of Muslim members in Rajya sabha ?
    5.5%
    7.8%
    3.2%
    5.6%
    4.4%
    Option E
    Req. difference = (49/245*100) – (85/545*100)
    = 4.4%

     

  11. In Lok sabha if 35 female members were replaced by 35 male members then what is the ratio of male members to female members respectively ?
    105 : 2
    103 : 6
    107 : 5
    104 : 3
    111 : 5
    Option B
    Req. ratio = ( 480 + 35) : (65 – 35)
    = 515 : 30
    = 103 : 6

     


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