**Directions (1 – 5): Given below is the percentage distribution of number of students from 5 di**

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**erent colleges attended different number of seminars.**

**1. If the number of students from college R who attended at most 3 seminars is equal to number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars and the total number of students from College S is 114. Then find the number of students from college R who attended 3 seminars.**

A. 37

B. 41

C. 45

D. 48

E. None of these

**2. Total no. of students from college P who attended at-most 2 seminars is equal to the sum of number of students from college T who attended 1 seminar and the number of students from the same college who attended 6 seminars. Then the total number of students from college P is what percent of total no. of student from college T?**

A. 57 1/7%

B. 45%

C. 49%

D. 60%

E. None of these

**3. The number of students from college P who attended more than 2 seminars is approximate what percent less than the number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars if the number of student who attended 2 seminars from college P is 48. And the number of students of college S who attended 6 seminars is 14 more than the number of students from college P, who attended 1 seminar?**

A. 57%

B. 44%

C. 60%

D. 48%

E. 52%

**4. If the difference between number of students from college T who attended 3 seminars and students who attended 5 seminars is 22, and the total students from college R is 60% of the total students from college T then find the number of students of college R who are attending 2 seminars.**

A. 32

B. 35

C. 33

D. 38

E. None of these

**5. If the ratio between the no. of students who attended 1 seminar and the no. of students who attend 2 seminars from college S is 9 : 4, and the di**

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**erence between the same is 35 Then find the persons from this college who attended at most 4 seminars.**

A. 237

B. 234

C. 231

D. 240

E. None of these

**Directions (6 – 10): The following bar graph shows the percentage break-up of a person’s salary from year 2001 to 2005. With the given information, answer the following questions.**

**6. If the ratio on saving in the year 2002 and 2005 are in the ratio 7 : 5. Then what is the ratio of EMI expenses in the year 2002 and 2005.**

A. 6 : 7

B. 8 : 7

C. 8 : 9

D. Can’t be determined

E. None of these

**7. If the saving in 2002 is 3/5th of the saving in 2004. Then what is the total expenditure spent on transport in 2002. (Given that total salary in 2004 is Rs. 1,75,000 Rs.)**

A. 31100 Rs.

B. 26100 Rs.

C. 21100 Rs.

D. 15100 Rs.

E. None of these

**8. In every year there is an increase of 100% in monthly salary as compared to previous year’s monthly salary then what is the ratio of monthly salary in 2005 to the expenses on transport in 2003.**

A. 8:1

B. 1:8

C. 4:1

D. 1 : 4

E. None of these

**9. In which year the ratio of EMI expanses to saving is 3rd highest?**

A. 2001

B. 2002

C. 2003

D. 2004

E. None of these

**10. Find the average percentage of transport expanses over the years.**

A. 32%

B. 34%

C. 35%

D. 36%

E. None of these

**Solutions:**

**1. A)**

**2. A)**

**3. A)**

**4. C)**

**5. C)**

**6. B)**

**7. B)**

**8. A)**

**9. B)**In 2002 EMI Expenses : Savings = 40/42 and it is the third highest

**10. A)**Required Average = (40 + 18 + 50 + 17 + 35)/5 = 32%