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Question 1 
The total electricity generation in a country is 97 GW. The contribution of various energy sources is indicated in percentage terms in the Pie Chart given below ;
What is the contribution of wind and solar power in absolute terms in the electricity generation ?
What is the contribution of wind and solar power in absolute terms in the electricity generation ?
6.79 GW  
19.4 GW  
9.7 GW  
29.1 GW 
Question 2 
The total electricity generation in a country is 97 GW. The contribution of various energy sources is indicated in percentage terms in the Pie Chart given below ;
What is the contribution of renewable energy sources in absolute terms in the electricity generation ?
What is the contribution of renewable energy sources in absolute terms in the electricity generation ?
29.1 GW  
26.19 GW  
67.9 GW  
97 GW 
Question 3 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Which of the following two years have recorded the highest rate of increase in area under the total horticulture?
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Which of the following two years have recorded the highest rate of increase in area under the total horticulture?
200506 & 200607  
200607 & 200809  
200708 & 200809  
200607 & 200708 
Question 4 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Shares of the area under flowers, vegetables and fruits in the area under total horticulture are respectively:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Shares of the area under flowers, vegetables and fruits in the area under total horticulture are respectively:
1, 38 and 30 percent  
30, 38 and 1 perctent  
38, 30 and 1 percent  
35, 36 and 2 percent 
Question 5 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Which of the following has recorded the highest rate of increase in area during 200506 to 200910?
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Which of the following has recorded the highest rate of increase in area during 200506 to 200910?
Fruits  
Vegetables  
Flowers  
Total horticulture 
Question 6 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Find out the horticultural crops that have recorded an increase of area by around 10 percent from 200506 to 200910.
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
Find out the horticultural crops that have recorded an increase of area by around 10 percent from 200506 to 200910.
Fruits  
Vegetables  
Flower  
Total horticulture 
Question 7 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
What has been the share of area under fruits, vegetables and flowers in the area under total horticulture in 200708?
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
What has been the share of area under fruits, vegetables and flowers in the area under total horticulture in 200708?
53 percent  
68 percent  
79 percent  
100 percent 
Question 8 
Read the table below and based on this table answer questions from 6 to 11:
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
In which year, area under fruits has recorded the highest rate of increase?
Area under Major Horticulture Crops (in lakh hectares)
In which year, area under fruits has recorded the highest rate of increase?
200607  
200708  
200809  
200910 
Question 9 
Following table provides details about the Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India from different regions of the’ world in different years. Study the table carefully and answer questions from 57 to 60 based on this table.
Find out the region that contributed around 20 percent of the total foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2009.
Find out the region that contributed around 20 percent of the total foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2009.
Western Europe  
North America  
South Asia  
South East Asia 
Question 10 
Following table provides details about the Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India from different regions of the’ world in different years. Study the table carefully and answer questions from 57 to 60 based on this table.
Which of the following regions has recorded the highest negative growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2009?
Which of the following regions has recorded the highest negative growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2009?
Western Europe  
North America  
South Asia  
West Asia 
Question 11 
Following table provides details about the Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India from different regions of the’ world in different years. Study the table carefully and answer questions from 57 to 60 based on this table.
Find out the region that has been showing declining trend in terms of share of foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2008 and 2009.
Find out the region that has been showing declining trend in terms of share of foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2008 and 2009.
Western Europe  
South East Asia  
East Asia  
West Asia 
Question 12 
Following table provides details about the Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India from different regions of the’ world in different years. Study the table carefully and answer questions from 57 to 60 based on this table.
Identify the region that has shown hyper growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals than the growth rate of the total FTAs in India in 2008.
Identify the region that has shown hyper growth rate of foreign tourist arrivals than the growth rate of the total FTAs in India in 2008.
Western Europe  
North America  
South Asia  
East Asia 
Question 13 
In the following table, trends in production of energy in India by primary sources are given. Study the table and answer Question Nos. 20 to 23 : (Production in peta Joules)
In which year primary sources recorded the lowest growth in total production of energy ?
In which year primary sources recorded the lowest growth in total production of energy ?
2007–08  
2008–09  
2009–10  
2010–11 
Question 14 
In the following table, trends in production of energy in India by primary sources are given. Study the table and answer Question Nos. 20 to 23 : (Production in peta Joules)
Which source of energy has shown the highest growth rate in production during 200607 to 201011 ?
Which source of energy has shown the highest growth rate in production during 200607 to 201011 ?
Coal & lignite  
Crude petroleum  
Hydro & nuclear electricity  
Total production of energy 
Question 15 
In the following table, trends in production of energy in India by primary sources are given. Study the table and answer Question Nos. 20 to 23 : (Production in peta Joules)
Which one of the following primary sources of energy has recorded the highest growth in production in 2008–09 ?
Which one of the following primary sources of energy has recorded the highest growth in production in 2008–09 ?
Coal & lignite  
Crude petroleum  
Natural gas  
Hydro & nuclear electricity 
Question 16 
In the following table, trends in production of energy in India by primary sources are given. Study the table and answer Question Nos. 20 to 23 : (Production in peta Joules)
In which year, production of hydro and nuclear electricity was almost double the production of crude petroleum and natural gas taken together ?
In which year, production of hydro and nuclear electricity was almost double the production of crude petroleum and natural gas taken together ?
2006–07  
2007–08  
2008–09  
2009–10 
Question 17 
Read the following table and answer question no 1822 based on table
Which of the following sources of Irrigation has registered the largest percentage of decline in Net area under irrigation during 199798 and 200506 ?
Which of the following sources of Irrigation has registered the largest percentage of decline in Net area under irrigation during 199798 and 200506 ?
Government Canals  
Private Canals  
Tanks  
Other Sources 
Question 18 
Read the following table and answer question no 1822 based on table
Find out the source of irrigation that has registered the maximum improvement in terms of percentage of Net irrigated area during 200203 and 200304.
Find out the source of irrigation that has registered the maximum improvement in terms of percentage of Net irrigated area during 200203 and 200304.
Government Canals  
Tanks  
Tube Wells and other wells  
Other Sources 
Question 19 
Read the following table and answer question no 1822 based on table
In which of the following years, Net irrigation by tanks increased at the highest rate?
In which of the following years, Net irrigation by tanks increased at the highest rate?
199899  
200001  
200304  
200506 
Question 20 
Read the following table and answer question no 1822 based on table
Identify the source of irrigation that has recorded the maximum incidence of negative growth in terms of Net irrigated area during the years given in the table.
Identify the source of irrigation that has recorded the maximum incidence of negative growth in terms of Net irrigated area during the years given in the table.
Government Canals  
Private Canals  
Tube Wells and other wells  
Other sources 
Question 21 
Read the following table and answer question no 1822 based on table
In which of the following years, share of the tube wells and other wells in the total net irrigated area was the highest?
In which of the following years, share of the tube wells and other wells in the total net irrigated area was the highest?
199899  
200001  
200203  
200405 
Question 22 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage of students in each faculty at University and the number of foreign students in the Science faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the science faculty. Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow (Questions 9 – 31):
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
Approximately, what percentage of students in the Science faculty is that of foreign students?
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
Approximately, what percentage of students in the Science faculty is that of foreign students?
14%  
9%  
30%  
11% 
Question 23 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage of students in each faculty at University and the number of foreign students in the Science faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the science faculty. Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow (Questions 9 – 31):
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
Approximately, how many students belong to the Engineering faculty?
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
Approximately, how many students belong to the Engineering faculty?
420  
410  
390  
400 
Question 24 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage of students in each faculty at University and the number of foreign students in the Science faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the science faculty. Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow (Questions 9 – 31):
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
In case, there are 34 European medical students, then approximately, what is their percentage in the medicine faculty?
I: Students Faculty wise
II : Foreign Students in Science Faculty
In case, there are 34 European medical students, then approximately, what is their percentage in the medicine faculty?
13%  
18%  
12%  
15% 
Question 25 
A college has a total of 800 MCA students, 80% of whom are in class MCAIII and remaining are equally divided between class MCAI and class MCAII. The proportion of female students and the proportion of vegetarian students in the college are indicated as under through the table.
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
What is the percentage of female students in class MCAIII?
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
What is the percentage of female students in class MCAIII?
40  
45  
50  
55 
Question 26 
A college has a total of 800 MCA students, 80% of whom are in class MCAIII and remaining are equally divided between class MCAI and class MCAII. The proportion of female students and the proportion of vegetarian students in the college are indicated as under through the table.
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
What is the percentage of vegetarian students in class MCAI?
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
What is the percentage of vegetarian students in class MCAI?
40  
45  
50  
55 
Question 27 
A college has a total of 800 MCA students, 80% of whom are in class MCAIII and remaining are equally divided between class MCAI and class MCAII. The proportion of female students and the proportion of vegetarian students in the college are indicated as under through the table.
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
How many total nonvegetarian students are there in class MCAI and class MCAII?
Answer questions 32 to 34 based on this information.
For example, in the table above, 0.525 is the total proportion of female students and 0.53 is the total proportion of vegetarian students in the college.
How many total nonvegetarian students are there in class MCAI and class MCAII?
72  
88  
78  
92 
Question 28 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the average salary (in thousand per month) in the age group 4050 years?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the average salary (in thousand per month) in the age group 4050 years?
36.5  
35  
42.5  
40.5 
Question 29 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the fraction of employees getting salary less than the average salary of all the employees?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the fraction of employees getting salary less than the average salary of all the employees?
47%  
45%  
50%  
55% 
Question 30 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the frequency (%) in the class interval of 3035 years?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the frequency (%) in the class interval of 3035 years?
35%  
20%  
25%  
30% 
Question 31 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the fraction (%) of employees getting salary > 40,000 per month?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the fraction (%) of employees getting salary > 40,000 per month?
32%  
45%  
50%  
35% 
Question 32 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the average age of the employees?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
What is the average age of the employees?
45.3 years  
40.3 years  
38.6 years  
47.2 years 
Question 33 
Question numbers 55 to 60 are based on the tabulated data given below:
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
Classify the data of age of each employee in class interval of 5 years. Which class interval of 5 years has the maximum average salary?
A company has 20 employees with their age (in years) and salary (in thousand rupees per month) mentioned against each of them:
Classify the data of age of each employee in class interval of 5 years. Which class interval of 5 years has the maximum average salary?
5055 years  
3540 years  
4045 years  
4550 years 
Question 34 
The following table shows the percentage profit (%) earned by two companies A and B during the years 2011  15. Answer questions 51  53 based on the data contained in the table:
Profit earned by the companies
If the total expenditure of the two companies was Rs. 9 lakh in the year 2012 and the expenditure of A and B were in the ratio 2:1, then what was the income of the company A in that year?
Profit earned by the companies
If the total expenditure of the two companies was Rs. 9 lakh in the year 2012 and the expenditure of A and B were in the ratio 2:1, then what was the income of the company A in that year?
Rs. 9.2 lakh  
Rs. 8.1 lakh  
Rs. 7.2 lakh  
Rs. 6.0 lakh 
Question 35 
The following table shows the percentage profit (%) earned by two companies A and B during the years 2011  15. Answer questions 51  53 based on the data contained in the table:
Profit earned by the companies
What is the average percentage profit earned by the company B?
Profit earned by the companies
What is the average percentage profit earned by the company B?
35%  
42%  
38%  
40% 
Question 36 
The following table shows the percentage profit (%) earned by two companies A and B during the years 2011  15. Answer questions 51  53 based on the data contained in the table:
Profit earned by the companies
In which year, the percentage profit earned by the company B is less than that of company A?
Profit earned by the companies
In which year, the percentage profit earned by the company B is less than that of company A?
2012  
2013  
2014  
2015 
Question 37 
The table shows the number of people in different age groups who responded to a survey about their favourite style of music. Use this information to answer the questions that follow:
Approximately what percentage of the total sample were aged 21  30?
Approximately what percentage of the total sample were aged 21  30?
31%  
23%  
25%  
14% 
Question 38 
The table shows the number of people in different age groups who responded to a survey about their favourite style of music. Use this information to answer the questions that follow:
Approximately what percentage of the total sample indicates that HipHop is their favourite style of music?
Approximately what percentage of the total sample indicates that HipHop is their favourite style of music?
6%  
8%  
14%  
12% 
Question 39 
The table shows the number of people in different age groups who responded to a survey about their favourite style of music. Use this information to answer the questions that follow:
What percentage of respondents aged 31 + indicated a favorite style other than classical music?
What percentage of respondents aged 31 + indicated a favorite style other than classical music?
64%  
60%  
75%  
50% 
Question 40 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Which decade registered the maximum growth rate (%) of population?
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Which decade registered the maximum growth rate (%) of population?
196171  
197181  
19912001  
20012011 
Question 41 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Average decadal growth rate (%) of population is:
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Average decadal growth rate (%) of population is:
~12.21%  
~9.82%  
~6.73%  
~5% 
Question 42 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Based on the average decadal growth rate, what will be the population in the year 2021?
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
Based on the average decadal growth rate, what will be the population in the year 2021?
40.34 million  
38.49 million  
37.28 million  
36.62 million 
Question 43 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
In the year 1951, what was the power availability per person?
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
In the year 1951, what was the power availability per person?
100 W  
200 W  
400 W  
500 W 
Question 44 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
In which decade, the average power availability per person was maximum?
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
In which decade, the average power availability per person was maximum?
19811991  
19912001  
20012011  
19711981 
Question 45 
Given below in the table is the decadal data of Population and Electrical Power Production of a country.
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
By what percentage (%) the power production increased from 1951 o 2011?
Based on the above table, answer the questions from Sl. No. 37 to 42.
By what percentage (%) the power production increased from 1951 o 2011?
100%  
300%  
600%  
900% 
Question 46 
The table below embodies data on the sales revenue (Rs. in lakh) generated by a publishing house during the years 201215 while selling books, magazines and journals as three categories of items. Answer questions 19 — 21 based on the data contained in the table.
The number of years in which there was an increase in revenue from at least two categories of items, is
The number of years in which there was an increase in revenue from at least two categories of items, is
0  
1  
2  
3 
Question 47 
The table below embodies data on the sales revenue (Rs. in lakh) generated by a publishing house during the years 201215 while selling books, magazines and journals as three categories of items. Answer questions 19 — 21 based on the data contained in the table.
If the year 2016 were to show the same growth in terms of total sales revenue as the year 2015 over the year 2014, then the revenue in the year 2016 must be approximately:
If the year 2016 were to show the same growth in terms of total sales revenue as the year 2015 over the year 2014, then the revenue in the year 2016 must be approximately:
Rs. 194 lakh  
Rs. 187 lakh  
Rs. 172 lakh  
Rs. 177 lakh 
Question 48 
The table below embodies data on the sales revenue (Rs. in lakh) generated by a publishing house during the years 201215 while selling books, magazines and journals as three categories of items. Answer questions 19 — 21 based on the data contained in the table.
In 2015, approximately what percent of total revenue came from books?
In 2015, approximately what percent of total revenue came from books?
45%  
55%  
35%  
25% 
Question 49 
A University professor maintains data on MCA students tabulated by performance and gender of the students. The data is kept on a computer hard disk, but accidently sonic of it is lost because of a computer virus. Only the following could be recovered:
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
What proportion of female students are good?
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
What proportion of female students are good?
0  
0.25  
0.5  
0.75 
Question 50 
A University professor maintains data on MCA students tabulated by performance and gender of the students. The data is kept on a computer hard disk, but accidently sonic of it is lost because of a computer virus. Only the following could be recovered:
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
Approximately, what proportion of good students are male?
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
Approximately, what proportion of good students are male?
0  
0.73  
0.43  
0.27 
Question 51 
A University professor maintains data on MCA students tabulated by performance and gender of the students. The data is kept on a computer hard disk, but accidently sonic of it is lost because of a computer virus. Only the following could be recovered:
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
How many female students are excellent?
Panic buttons were pressed but to no avail. An expert committee was formed, which decided that the following facts were self evident:
(a) Half the students were either excellent or good.
(b) 40% of the students were females.
(c) Onethird of the male students were average.
Answer questions 22 — 24 based on the data given above:
How many female students are excellent?
0  
8  
16  
32 
Question 52 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that indicate the percentage of employees working in various departments of an organization along with the ratio of men to women in the same departments. The total number of employees in the organization is 4600. Based on these tables I and II, answer the questions that follow (Questions no. 31 – 35):
What is the total number of women in the Accounts department?
What is the total number of women in the Accounts department?
86  
102  
80  
92 
Question 53 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that indicate the percentage of employees working in various departments of an organization along with the ratio of men to women in the same departments. The total number of employees in the organization is 4600. Based on these tables I and II, answer the questions that follow (Questions no. 31 – 35):
What is the total number of employees working in the IT and HR departments together ?
What is the total number of employees working in the IT and HR departments together ?
1628  
1646  
1766  
1702 
Question 54 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that indicate the percentage of employees working in various departments of an organization along with the ratio of men to women in the same departments. The total number of employees in the organization is 4600. Based on these tables I and II, answer the questions that follow (Questions no. 31 – 35):
What is the ratio of the total number of men to total number of women working in all the departments put together?
What is the ratio of the total number of men to total number of women working in all the departments put together?
63 : 41  
41 : 27  
53 : 47  
27 : 19 
Question 55 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that indicate the percentage of employees working in various departments of an organization along with the ratio of men to women in the same departments. The total number of employees in the organization is 4600. Based on these tables I and II, answer the questions that follow (Questions no. 31 – 35):
The number of women in the Purchase department forms what percentage of the total number of employees in the organization?
The number of women in the Purchase department forms what percentage of the total number of employees in the organization?
3%  
6%  
1%  
12% 
Question 56 
Consider the following two tables (I and II) that indicate the percentage of employees working in various departments of an organization along with the ratio of men to women in the same departments. The total number of employees in the organization is 4600. Based on these tables I and II, answer the questions that follow (Questions no. 31 – 35):
What is the ratio of the number of men in the Production department to the number of men in the Marketing department ?
What is the ratio of the number of men in the Production department to the number of men in the Marketing department ?
7 : 3  
9 : 11  
13 : 7  
11 : 9 
Question 57 
Answer the question 1 to 5 based on the data given in the table below.
What was the per capita ownership of two wheelers in India in the year 2011?
What was the per capita ownership of two wheelers in India in the year 2011?
~0.0084%  
~0.84%  
~0.068%  
~0.084%  
None of the Above 
Question 58 
Answer the question 1 to 5 based on the data given in the table below.
What was the average decadal growth in the number of cars during 1961 – 2011?
What was the average decadal growth in the number of cars during 1961 – 2011?
~68%  
~217%  
~157%  
~131% 
Question 59 
Answer the question 1 to 5 based on the data given in the table below.
In the year 2001, out of total number of vehicles, the number of passenger vehicles (4 wheelers) accounted for:
In the year 2001, out of total number of vehicles, the number of passenger vehicles (4 wheelers) accounted for:
~24%  
~31%  
~43%  
~14% 
Question 60 
Answer the question 1 to 5 based on the data given in the table below.
The maximum decadal growth in population of India is registered in the period:
The maximum decadal growth in population of India is registered in the period:
1991 – 2001  
2001 – 2011  
1981 – 1991  
1961 – 1971 
Question 61 
Answer the question 1 to 5 based on the data given in the table below.
In which year the decadal growth (%) in number of car surpassed that of the two wheelers?
In which year the decadal growth (%) in number of car surpassed that of the two wheelers?
2001  
1981  
2011  
1991 
Question 62 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
What is the percentage (%) growth of CO2 emissions from power sector during 2005 to 2009 ?
What is the percentage (%) growth of CO2 emissions from power sector during 2005 to 2009 ?
60  
50  
40  
80 
Question 63 
Study the following graph carefully and answer Q.No. 44 to 49 given below it :
In which year the value per tin was minimum ?
In which year the value per tin was minimum ?
1995  
1996  
1998  
1999 
Question 64 
Study the following graph carefully and answer Q.No. 44 to 49 given below it :
What was the difference between the tins exported in 1997 and 1998 ?
What was the difference between the tins exported in 1997 and 1998 ?
10  
1000  
100000  
1000000 
Question 65 
Study the following graph carefully and answer Q.No. 44 to 49 given below it :
What was the approximate percentage increase in export value from 1995 to 1999 ?
What was the approximate percentage increase in export value from 1995 to 1999 ?
350  
330.3  
433.3  
None of these 
Question 66 
Study the following graph carefully and answer Q.No. 44 to 49 given below it :
What was the percentage drop in export quantity from 1995 to 1996 ?
What was the percentage drop in export quantity from 1995 to 1996 ?
75  
50  
25  
None of these 
Question 67 
Study the following graph carefully and answer Q.No. 44 to 49 given below it :
If in 1998, the tins were exported at the same rate per tin as that in 1997, what would be the value (in crores of rupees) of export in 1998 ?
If in 1998, the tins were exported at the same rate per tin as that in 1997, what would be the value (in crores of rupees) of export in 1998 ?
400  
375  
352  
330 
Question 68 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
By what percentage (%), the total emissions of CO_{ 2} have increased from 2005 to 2009?
By what percentage (%), the total emissions of CO_{ 2} have increased from 2005 to 2009?
~89.32%  
~57.62%  
~40.32%  
~113.12% 
Question 69 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
What is the average annual growth rate of CO _{2} emission in power sector?
What is the average annual growth rate of CO _{2} emission in power sector?
~12.57%  
~16.87%  
~30.81%  
~50.25% 
Question 70 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
What is the percentage contribution of power sector to total CO 2 emission in the year 2008?
What is the percentage contribution of power sector to total CO 2 emission in the year 2008?
~30.82%  
~41.18%  
~51.38%  
~60.25% 
Question 71 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
In which year, the contribution (%) of industry to total sectoral CO_{ 2} emission was minimum?
In which year, the contribution (%) of industry to total sectoral CO_{ 2} emission was minimum?
2005  
2006  
2007  
2008 
Question 72 
For a country CO2 emissions (million metric tons) from various sectors are given in the following table. Answer the questions (55 to 60) based on the data given :
Which sector has recorded maximum growth in CO _{2} emission during 2005 to 2009?
Which sector has recorded maximum growth in CO _{2} emission during 2005 to 2009?
Power  
Industry  
Commercial  
Agriculture 
Question 73 
Which of the following graphs does not represent regular (periodic) behaviour of the variable f(t)?
1  
2  
3  
4 
Question 74 
Study the following graph and answer the questions 38 to 40:
In which year total number of patients registered in hospital X and hospital Y was the maximum?
2003  
2004  
2005  
2006 
Question 75 
What is the maximum dispersion in the registration of patients in the two hospitals in a year?
8000  
6000  
4000  
2000 
Question 76 
In which year there was maximum decrease in registration of patients in hospital X?
2003  
2004  
2005  
2006 
Question 77 
Study the following graph and answer question numbers 31 to 33:
In the year 2000, which of the following Companies earned maximum percent profit?
a  
b  
d  
f 
Question 78 
Study the following graph and answer question numbers 31 to 33:
In the year 2001, which of the following Companies earned minimum percent profit?
a  
c  
d  
e 
Question 79 
Study the following graph and answer question numbers 31 to 33:
In the years 2000 and 2001, which of the following Companies earned maximum average percent profit?
f  
e  
d  
b 
Question 80 
The number of students in four classes A, B, C, D and their respective mean marks obtained by each of the class are given below:
The combined mean of the marks of four classes together will be:
32  
50  
20  
15 
Question 81 
The following pie chart indicates the expenditure of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the pie chart and answer it Question Number 46 to 50.
 The ratio of the total expenditure on football to that of expenditure on hockey is:
1:15  
1:1  
15:1  
3:20 
Question 82 
The following pie chart indicates the expenditure of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the pie chart and answer it Question Number 46 to 50.
 if the total expenditure on sports during the year was Rs. 1,20,000,00 how much was spent on basket ball?
Rs. 9,50,000  
Rs. 10,00,000  
Rs. 12,00,000  
Rs. 15,00,000 
Question 83 
The following pie chart indicates the expenditure of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the pie chart and answer it Question Number 46 to 50.
 The chart shows that the most popular game of the country is :
Hockey  
Football  
Cricket  
Tennis 
Question 84 
The following pie chart indicates the expenditure of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the pie chart and answer it Question Number 46 to 50.
Out of the following country's expenditure is the same on :
Hockey and Tennis  
Golf and Basket ball  
Cricket and Football  
Hockey and Golf 
Question 85 
If the total expenditure on sport during the year was Rs. 1,50,00,000 the expenditure on cricket and hockey together was:
Rs. 60,00,000  
Rs. 50,00,000  
Rs. 37,50,000  
Rs. 25,00,000 
Question 86 
Study the following graph and answer questions numbered from 34 to 35:
 Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the year 2006?
ab  
ce  
cd  
ef 
Question 87 
Study the following graph and answer questions numbered from 34 to 35:
 Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the year 2007?
bdf  
acf  
bed  
ace 
Question 88 
Study the following graph carefully and answer questions 33 to 35.
 In which year the quantity of engineering goods' exports was maximum?
2005  
2006  
2004  
2007 
Question 89 
Study the following graph carefully and answer questions 33 to 35.
 In which year the value of engineering goods decreased by 50 percent compared to the previous year?
2004  
2007  
2005  
2006 
Question 90 
Study the following graph carefully and answer questions 33 to 35.
 In which year the quantity of exports was 100 percent higher than the quantity of previous year?
2004  
2005  
2006  
2007 
Question 91 
The following table presents the production of electronic items (TVs and LCDs) in a factory during the period from 2006 to 2010. Study the table carefully and answer the questions from 48 to 52:
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
 What is the difference between averages of production of LCDs and TVs from 2006 to 2008?
3000  
2867  
3015  
2400  
None of the Above 
Question 91 Explanation:
(Wrong question)
Question 92 
The following table presents the production of electronic items (TVs and LCDs) in a factory during the period from 2006 to 2010. Study the table carefully and answer the questions from 48 to 52:
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the year in which production of TVs is half the production of LCDs in the year 2010?
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the year in which production of TVs is half the production of LCDs in the year 2010?
2007  
2006  
2009  
2008 
Question 93 
The following table presents the production of electronic items (TVs and LCDs) in a factory during the period from 2006 to 2010. Study the table carefully and answer the questions from 48 to 52:
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the ratio of production of LCDs in the years 2008 and 2010?
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the ratio of production of LCDs in the years 2008 and 2010?
4 : 3  
3 : 4  
1 : 3  
2 : 3 
Question 94 
The following table presents the production of electronic items (TVs and LCDs) in a factory during the period from 2006 to 2010. Study the table carefully and answer the questions from 48 to 52:
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the ratio of production of TVs in the years 2006 and 2007?
Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
TV 6000 9000 13000 11000 8000
LCDs 7000 9400 9000 10000 12000
What is the ratio of production of TVs in the years 2006 and 2007?
6 : 7  
7 : 6  
2 : 3  
3 : 2 
Question 95 
Some students in a class exhibit great curiosity for learning. It may be because such children
Are gifted  
Come from rich families  
Show artificial behaviour  
Create indiscipline in the class 
Question 96 
In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tones. Study the chart and answer the following questions 38, 39 and 40.
 Which product shows the maximum percentage increase in price over the period?
Saw timber  
Plywood  
Log  
None of the above 
Question 97 
In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tones. Study the chart and answer the following questions 38, 39 and 40.
 What is the maximum percentage increase in price per cubic metre of log ?
6  
12  
18  
20 
Question 98 
In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tones. Study the chart and answer the following questions 38, 39 and 40.
 In which year the prices of two products increased and that of the third increased ?
2000  
2002  
2003  
2006 
Question 99 
The total CO_{2} emissions from various sectors are 5 mmt. In the Pie Chart given below, the percentage contribution to CO_{2} emissions from various sectors is indicated.
 What is the absolute CO_{2} emission from domestic sector?
1.5 mmt  
2.5 mmt  
1.75 mmt  
0.75 mmt 
Question 100 
The total CO_{2} emissions from various sectors are 5 mmt. In the Pie Chart given below, the percentage contribution to CO_{2} emissions from various sectors is indicated.
 What is the absolute CO_{2} emission for combined thermal power and transport sectors?
3.25 mmt  
1.5 mmt  
2.5 mmt  
4 mmt 
Question 101 
Not for Visually Handicapped Candidates
Questions 47 to 49 are based upon the following diagram in which there are three interlocking circles A, P and S where A stands for Artists, circle P for Professors and circle S for Sportspersons.
Different regions in the figure are lettered from a to f:
 The region which represents artists who are neither sportsmen nor professors.
d  
e  
b  
g 
Question 101 Explanation:
‘e’ region belongs to only Artists.
Question 102 
Not for Visually Handicapped Candidates
Questions 47 to 49 are based upon the following diagram in which there are three interlocking circles A, P and S where A stands for Artists, circle P for Professors and circle S for Sportspersons.
Different regions in the figure are lettered from a to f:
 The region which represents professors, who are both artists and sportspersons.
a  
c  
d  
g 
Question 102 Explanation:
Region ‘a’ represents a person who belongs to all categories.
Question 103 
Not for Visually Handicapped Candidates
Questions 47 to 49 are based upon the following diagram in which there are three interlocking circles A, P and S where A stands for Artists, circle P for Professors and circle S for Sportspersons.
Different regions in the figure are lettered from a to f:
 The region which represents professors, who are also sportspersons, but not artists.
e  
f  
c  
g 
Question 103 Explanation:
‘c’ represents professors and sportsmen but not artists.
Question 104 
Questions 50 to 52 are based on the following data :
Measurements of some variable X were made at an interval of 1 minute from 10 A.M. to 10:20 A.M. The data, thus, obtained is as follows :
X : 60, 62, 65, 64, 63, 61, 66, 65, 70, 68
63, 62, 64, 69, 65, 64, 66, 67, 66, 64
 The value of X, which is exceeded 10% of the time in the duration of measurement, is
69  
68  
67  
66 
Question 105 
Questions 50 to 52 are based on the following data :
Measurements of some variable X were made at an interval of 1 minute from 10 A.M. to 10:20 A.M. The data, thus, obtained is as follows :
X : 60, 62, 65, 64, 63, 61, 66, 65, 70, 68
63, 62, 64, 69, 65, 64, 66, 67, 66, 64
 The value of X, which is exceeded 90% of the time in the duration of measurement, is
63  
62  
61  
60 
Question 106 
Questions 50 to 52 are based on the following data :
Measurements of some variable X were made at an interval of 1 minute from 10 A.M. to 10:20 A.M. The data, thus, obtained is as follows :
X : 60, 62, 65, 64, 63, 61, 66, 65, 70, 68
63, 62, 64, 69, 65, 64, 66, 67, 66, 64
 The value of X, which is exceeded 50% of the time in the duration of measurement, is
66  
65  
64  
63 
Question 107 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 How many activities in the social services are there where the expenditure has been less than 5 percent of the total expenditures incurred on the social services in 200809?
One  
Three  
Five  
All the above 
Question 108 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 In which year, the expenditures on the social services have increased at the highest rate?
200708  
200809  
200910  
201011 
Question 109 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 Which of the following activities remains almost stagnant in terms of share of expenditures?
Northeastern areas  
Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  
Information & broadcasting  
Social welfare and nutrition 
Question 110 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 Which of the following item’s expenditure share is almost equal to the remaining three items in the given years?
Information & broadcasting  
Welfare to SC/ST and OBC  
Labour and employment  
Social welfare & nutrition 
Question 111 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 Which of the following items of social services has registered the highest rate of increase in expenditures during 200708 to 201011?
Education, sports & youth affairs  
Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  
Social welfare & nutrition  
Overall social services 
Question 112 
On the basis of the data given in the following table, give answers to questions from 19 to 24 :
Government Expenditures on Social Services
(As percent of total expenditure)
Sl. No.  Items  200708  200809  200910  201011 
Social Services  11.06  12.94  13.06  14.02  
(a)  Education, sports & youth affairs  4.02  4.04  3.96  4.46 
(b)  Health & family welfare  2.05  1.91  1.90  2.03 
(c)  Water supply, housing, etc.  2.02  2.31  2.20  2.27 
(d)  Information & broadcasting  0.22  0.22  0.20  0.22 
(e)  Welfare to SC/ST & OBC  0.36  0.35  0.41  0.63 
(f)  Labour and employment  0.27  0.27  0.22  0.25 
(g)  Social welfare & nutrition  0.82  0.72  0.79  1.06 
(h)  Northeastern areas  0.00  1.56  1.50  1.75 
(i)  Other social services  1.29  1.55  1.87  1.34 
Total Government expenditure  100.00  100.00  100.00  100.00 
 Which of the following items has registered the highest rate of decline in terms of expenditure during 200708 to 200910?
Labour and employment  
Health & family welfare  
Social welfare & nutrition  
Education, sports & youth affairs 
Question 113 
Study the following graph and answer Question Numbers 31 to 33 :
In the case of which soft drink was the average annual sale maximum during the
period 1988  1993.
Pep  up only  
Cool  sip only  
Cool  sip and Dew  drop  
Pep  up and Dew  drop 
Question 114 
Study the following graph and answer Question Numbers 31 to 33
:
 In the case of which soft drink was the average annual sale maximum during the
Pep  up only  
Cool  sip only  
Cool  sip and Dew  drop  
Pep  up and Dew  drop 
Question 115 
Study the following graph and answer Question Numbers 31 to 33 :
 What was the approximate percent drop in the sale of Pep  up in 1990 over its sale in
5  
12  
14  
20 
Question 116 
The table below embodies data on the production, exports and per capita consumption of rice in country P for the five years from 2012 to 2016.
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg)=Production−Exports.
The percentage increase in the consumption of rice over the previous year was the highest in which year ?
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg)=Production−Exports.
The percentage increase in the consumption of rice over the previous year was the highest in which year ?
2013  
2014  
2015  
2016 
Question 116 Explanation:
Percentage change = (Final value−Initial value/Initial value) × 100
(1) Percentage increase for year 2013:
Consumption of Rice (In 2013) = 2 02 − 1 14 = 8 8
Consumption of Rice (In 2012) = 1 86.5 − 1 14 = 7 2.5
P ercentage Increase = ((88−72.5)/(72.5)) × 1 00
% Increase = 2 1.37%
(2) Percentage Increase (For 2014) = ((108−88)/88) × 1 00
% Increase = 2 2.72%
(3) P ercentage Increase (For 2015) = ((105−108)/108) × 1 00
% Increase = − 2 .77%
(4) P ercentage Increase (F or 2016) =((127−105 )/105) × 1 00 = 2 0.95%
(1) Percentage increase for year 2013:
Consumption of Rice (In 2013) = 2 02 − 1 14 = 8 8
Consumption of Rice (In 2012) = 1 86.5 − 1 14 = 7 2.5
P ercentage Increase = ((88−72.5)/(72.5)) × 1 00
% Increase = 2 1.37%
(2) Percentage Increase (For 2014) = ((108−88)/88) × 1 00
% Increase = 2 2.72%
(3) P ercentage Increase (For 2015) = ((105−108)/108) × 1 00
% Increase = − 2 .77%
(4) P ercentage Increase (F or 2016) =((127−105 )/105) × 1 00 = 2 0.95%
Question 117 
The table below embodies data on the production, exports and per capita consumption of rice in country P for the five years from 2012 to 2016.
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
What is the population of the country in the year 2014 (in million) ?
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
What is the population of the country in the year 2014 (in million) ?
2.64  
2.72  
2.79  
2.85 
Question 117 Explanation:
Population in million(in 2014)=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Per Capita Consumption)
Consumption(In 2014) = 108
Population in million = 108(in million kg)/38.7(in kg)
Population in million = 2.79 million
Consumption(In 2014) = 108
Population in million = 108(in million kg)/38.7(in kg)
Population in million = 2.79 million
Question 118 
The table below embodies data on the production, exports and per capita consumption of rice in country P for the five years from 2012 to 2016.
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
The ratio of exports to consumption in the given period was the highest in the year :
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
The ratio of exports to consumption in the given period was the highest in the year :
2012  
2013  
2014  
2015 
Question 118 Explanation:
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2012) = 114/72.5 = 1.57
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2013) = 114/80 = 1.42
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2014) = 130/108 = 1.20
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2015) = 116/108 = 1.07
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2013) = 114/80 = 1.42
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2014) = 130/108 = 1.20
Ratio of exports to consumption(In 2015) = 116/108 = 1.07
Question 119 
The table below embodies data on the production, exports and per capita consumption of rice in country P for the five years from 2012 to 2016.
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
In which year, the population of country was the highest ?
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
In which year, the population of country was the highest ?
2013  
2014  
2015  
2016 
Question 119 Explanation:
population(In 2013) = 88 (in million kg)/35.2(in kg)
population(In 2013) = 2.5 million
population(In 2014) = 108 (in million kg)/38.7(in kg)
population(In 2014) = 2.7 million
population(In 2015) = 105 (in million kg)/40.5(in kg)
population(In 2015) = 2.59 million
population(In 2016) = 127 (in million kg)/42(in kg)
population(In 2016) = 3.02 million
population(In 2013) = 2.5 million
population(In 2014) = 108 (in million kg)/38.7(in kg)
population(In 2014) = 2.7 million
population(In 2015) = 105 (in million kg)/40.5(in kg)
population(In 2015) = 2.59 million
population(In 2016) = 127 (in million kg)/42(in kg)
population(In 2016) = 3.02 million
Question 120 
The table below embodies data on the production, exports and per capita consumption of rice in country P for the five years from 2012 to 2016.
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
What is the average consumption of rice (in million kg) over the years 20122016 ?
Where, Per Capita Consumption=(Consumption in million kg)÷(Population in million) and consumption (in million kg )= Production−Exports.
What is the average consumption of rice (in million kg) over the years 20122016 ?
104  
102.1  
108  
100.1 
Question 120 Explanation:
average consumption of rice (in million kg) = [72.5+88+108+105+127]/5
average consumption of rice (in million kg) = 100.1 million kg
average consumption of rice (in million kg) = 100.1 million kg
Question 121 
Comprehension:
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
Which of the following could be the full marks in Mathematics if the pass marks in mathematics was 35% and the person who just passed scored 70 ?
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
Which of the following could be the full marks in Mathematics if the pass marks in mathematics was 35% and the person who just passed scored 70 ?
400  
500  
600  
200 
Question 121 Explanation:
Since the passing marks are given as 70. And it is also mentioned that passing marks are 35% of total marks.
If 200 is total marks then, passing marks = (200)* (35/100) = 70
So, 200 are the full marks in mathematics.
If 200 is total marks then, passing marks = (200)* (35/100) = 70
So, 200 are the full marks in mathematics.
Question 122 
Comprehension:
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
In which subject, was the failure percent the least ?
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
In which subject, was the failure percent the least ?
Mathematics  
English  
Social Studies  
Science 
Question 122 Explanation:
failure percent in English = (36/600) *100 = 6%
failure percent in Mathematics = (60/300) *100 = 20%
failure percent in Science = (84/300) *100 = 28%
failure percent in Social Science = (48/360) *100 = 13.33%
failure percent in Computer = (32/200) *100 = 16%
failure percent in Mathematics = (60/300) *100 = 20%
failure percent in Science = (84/300) *100 = 28%
failure percent in Social Science = (48/360) *100 = 13.33%
failure percent in Computer = (32/200) *100 = 16%
Question 123 
Comprehension:
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
What is the difference between the number of failed students in Science and the number of passed in Social Studies ?
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to answer the question below.
What is the difference between the number of failed students in Science and the number of passed in Social Studies ?
218  
228  
312  
238 
Question 123 Explanation:
difference between the number of failed students in Science and the number of passed in Social Studies = 31284
=228
=228
Question 124 
Comprehension:
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to
answer the question below.
What is the approximate difference in percentage between the pass % in Social Studies and the pass % in Mathematics ?
2.5%  
26.5%  
6.5%  
16.5% 
Question 124 Explanation:
pass % in Social Studies= (312/360) * 100
= 86.66%
the pass % in Mathematics= ( 240/300) * 100
difference in percentage between the pass % in Social Studies and the pass % in Mathematics
= 86.66%  80%
=6.66%
= 86.66%
the pass % in Mathematics= ( 240/300) * 100
difference in percentage between the pass % in Social Studies and the pass % in Mathematics
= 86.66%  80%
=6.66%
Question 125 
Comprehension:
Study the table given above carefully. It shows the number of students appeared, passed and failed in five subjects. The full marks in each subject is also given. Some of the cells have missing data. You might need to determine some of the missing data to
answer the question below.
What is the maximum marks that a student can score in all the five subjects together ?
1000  
500  
2000  
1500 
Question 125 Explanation:
maximum marks that a student can score in all the five subjects together = 600+200+400+400+400
= 2000
= 2000
Question 126 
Consider the following table that shows the number (in lakhs) of different sizes of LED television sets by a company over the last seven years from 2012 to 2018. Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:
Sales of LED Television sets(in lakhs) of different sizes(in inches)
What is the difference in the number of 40inch Television sets sold in 2013 and 2018?
What is the difference in the number of 40inch Television sets sold in 2013 and 2018?
1,600,000  
1,500,000  
15,000,000  
16,000,000

Question 126 Explanation:
The total sales of 40’’ inches T.V. in 2013 is 94 lacs
The total sales of 40’’ inches T.V. in 2018 is 110 lacs
The difference is 11094=16,00,000
The total sales of 40’’ inches T.V. in 2018 is 110 lacs
The difference is 11094=16,00,000
Question 127 
Consider the following table that shows the number (in lakhs) of different sizes of LED television sets by a company over the last seven years from 2012 to 2018. Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:
Sales of LED Television sets(in lakhs) of different sizes(in inches)
What was the approximate percentage increase/decrease in the sales of 32inch LED television sets in 2017 compared to that in 2013?
36%  
56%  
57%  
64% 
Question 127 Explanation:
The total sales of 40’’ inches T.V. in 2013 is 112lacs
The total sales of 32’’ inches T.V. in 2017 is 175
The percentage of increase in sales =(175112)/112=56.25(which is equivalent to 56)
The total sales of 32’’ inches T.V. in 2017 is 175
The percentage of increase in sales =(175112)/112=56.25(which is equivalent to 56)
Question 128 
Consider the following table that shows the number (in lakhs) of different sizes of LED television sets by a company over the last seven years from 2012 to 2018. Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:
Sales of LED Television sets(in lakhs) of different sizes(in inches)
What is the total sale of Television sets of size 40inches(in lakhs) over all the seven years?
912  
896  
879  
869 
Question 128 Explanation:
869 Lacs ,49” inches sold during seven years
Question 129 
Consider the following table that shows the number (in lakhs) of different sizes of LED television sets by a company over the last seven years from 2012 to 2018. Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:
Sales of LED Television sets(in lakhs) of different sizes(in inches)
For which LED Television set is the total sales of all the seven years the minimum?
32inch television  
24inch Television  
49inch television  
40inch Television 
Question 129 Explanation:
40” inches TV has minimum sales
Question 130 
Consider the following table that shows the number (in lakhs) of different sizes of LED television sets by a company over the last seven years from 2012 to 2018. Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:
Sales of LED Television sets(in lakhs) of different sizes(in inches)
For which LED Television sets is the total sales of all the seven years the maximum?
22inch television  
24inch Television  
32inch television  
49inch Television 
Question 130 Explanation:
32’’ inches TV has maximum sales
Question 131 
What is the average marks obtained by all the six students in Chemistry?
86.66  
76.66  
66.66  
60.00 
Question 131 Explanation:
Given marks are in percentages.
Average marks obtained by all students in chemistry=Total marks /Number of students
Total marks=130 × 0.5 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.75 × 130 + 0.8 × 130 + 0.75 × 130
=520
Average =520/6=86.66
Average marks obtained by all students in chemistry=Total marks /Number of students
Total marks=130 × 0.5 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.75 × 130 + 0.8 × 130 + 0.75 × 130
=520
Average =520/6=86.66
Question 132 
In which subject the performance of the students is worst in terms of percentage of marks?
Chemistry  
Physics  
Biology  
English 
Question 132 Explanation:
Chemistry = (130 × 0.5 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.6 × 130 + 0.75 × 130 + 0.8 × 130 + 0.75 × 130) / 780 = 520/780=66.66
Physics = (120 × 0.8 + 0.7 × 120 + 0.85 × 120 + 0.65 × 120 + 0.7 × 120 + 0.56 × 120) / 720 = 511.2/720 =71
Biology = (60+40+80+90+85+80) / 600 = 72.5
English = (70+80+60+90+50+40) / 600 = 65
English subject is worst in terms of percentage.
Physics = (120 × 0.8 + 0.7 × 120 + 0.85 × 120 + 0.65 × 120 + 0.7 × 120 + 0.56 × 120) / 720 = 511.2/720 =71
Biology = (60+40+80+90+85+80) / 600 = 72.5
English = (70+80+60+90+50+40) / 600 = 65
English subject is worst in terms of percentage.
Question 133 
What is the overall percentage of marks obtained by Amar?
70%  
72%  
60%  
58.33% 
Question 133 Explanation:
Overall percentage of marks obtained by Amar= (1x150 + 0.6x130 + 0.7x120 + 0.4x100 + 0.8 x 100) / (150 + 130 + 120 + 100 + 100)
=432/600
=72%
=432/600
=72%
Question 134 
How many students obtained 60% and above marks in all the subjects?
Three  
Two  
One  
Zero 
Question 134 Explanation:
Only Sanya and Rahul obtained 60% and above marks in all subjects.
Question 135 
What was the aggregate of marks obtained by Sanya in all the five subjects?
375  
395  
455  
475 
Question 135 Explanation:
Aggregate marks of sanya obtained in all five subjects
=0.9x150 + 0.6x130 + 0.85x120 + 0.8x100 + 0.6x100
=455
=0.9x150 + 0.6x130 + 0.85x120 + 0.8x100 + 0.6x100
=455
Question 136 
The following chart represents number of students of AMS careers at its
Hyderabad centre who passed the CAT, XAT, CET or none of these exams.
(Assume that there are no students who passed more than one exam).
Answer questions 3437 based upon the information provided in this chart.
What was the percentage of students who cleared CAT exam in 2000?
19.56%  
12.65%  
14.28%  
11.76%  
None of the above 
Question 136 Explanation:
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2000
= 20 + 80 + 140 + 170
= 410
No. of students who cleared CAT exam in 2000 = 20
∴ Required percentage =(20/420)x100=4.8%
Question 137 
The following chart represents number of students of AMS careers at its
Hyderabad centre who passed the CAT, XAT, CET or none of these exams.
(Assume that there are no students who passed more than one exam).
Answer questions 3437 based upon the information provided in this chart.
What was the percentage of students who succeeded in at least one of the three exams in 2000?
82.4%
 
82.8%  
82.35%  
83.3%  
None of the given option is correct

Question 137 Explanation:
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2000 = 410
No. of students who passed atleast one of the three exam = 240
∴ Required percentage =(240/420)x100=58.5%
No. of students who passed atleast one of the three exam = 240
∴ Required percentage =(240/420)x100=58.5%
Question 138 
The following chart represents number of students of AMS careers at its
Hyderabad centre who passed the CAT, XAT, CET or none of these exams.
(Assume that there are no students who passed more than one exam).
Answer questions 3437 based upon the information provided in this chart.
Which year showed the best results in CAT entrance exams for the institute (in terms of the percentage of students who cleared)?
2000  
2001  
2002  
Can't be determined 
Question 138 Explanation:
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2000 = 410
No. of students who cleared CAT exam in 2000 = 20
∴ Required percentage = (20/410)x100=4.8%
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2001
= 30 + 90 + 150 + 180
= 120 + 330
= 450
No. of students who cleared CAT exam in 2001 = 30
∴ Required percentage= (30/450)x100=6.6%
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2002
= 40 + 100 + 160 + 200
= 500
No. of students cleared CAT exam in 2002 = 40
∴ Required percentage= (40/500)x100=8%
Hence the best result was shown in 2002.
No. of students who cleared CAT exam in 2000 = 20
∴ Required percentage = (20/410)x100=4.8%
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2001
= 30 + 90 + 150 + 180
= 120 + 330
= 450
No. of students who cleared CAT exam in 2001 = 30
∴ Required percentage= (30/450)x100=6.6%
Total no. of students who gave exam in 2002
= 40 + 100 + 160 + 200
= 500
No. of students cleared CAT exam in 2002 = 40
∴ Required percentage= (40/500)x100=8%
Hence the best result was shown in 2002.
Question 139 
The following chart represents number of students of AMS careers at its
Hyderabad centre who passed the CAT, XAT, CET or none of these exams.
(Assume that there are no students who passed more than one exam).
Answer questions 3437 based upon the information provided in this chart.
What is the percentage increase in number of students in year 2002 over year 2000?
30%  
17.64%  
117.6%  
85%  
None of the given option is correct 
Question 139 Explanation:
Total no. of students in 2000 = 410
Total no. of students in 2002 = 500
∴ Increase percentage = (500410)/410
=(90/410) x 100
=21.9%
Total no. of students in 2002 = 500
∴ Increase percentage = (500410)/410
=(90/410) x 100
=21.9%
Question 140 
Questions 34 and 35 are based on the flowchart given in Figure 1
For an individual who works for a government organization and owns a house, it is given that he is 35 years old and earns Rs. 15,000 per month. What would be the approved_amt (in Rs.) for him?
15,00,000  
18,75,000  
16,00,000  
20,50,000 
Question 141 
A person wishes to avail a loan of Rs. 50,00,000. He works for a government organization arid does not own a house. Would he get the loan if he draws a salary of Rs. 60,000 and his age is 28 years? If he does get a loan, what amount would he be entitled? If not, by what amount he would be short of the required amount?
Yes, he would get a loan equal to Rs. 57,60,000.  
Yes, he would get a loan exactly equal to Rs. 50,00,000.  
No, he would not get a loan. He would be short of Rs. 7,00,000.  
No, he would not get a loan. He would be short of Rs. 7,60,000. 
Question 141 Explanation:
From the given chart and following the conditions of the above question, he will get the loan of
60000*3*(60age) =60000*3*32 = 5760000.
Question 142 
Comprehension
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the ratio of the number of females in Civil and Electrical departments together to the number of males in the same Departments together?
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the ratio of the number of females in Civil and Electrical departments together to the number of males in the same Departments together?
311 : 270  
329 : 261  
411 : 469  
311 : 269

Question 142 Explanation:
Number of females in civil department is (35/100)*220 = 77
Number of females in electrical department is (65/100)*360 = 234
Total number of female students(civil+electrical)=77+234=311
Number of males in civil department is (65/100)*220 = 143
Number of males in electrical department is (35/100)*360 = 126
Total number of male students(civil+electrical)=143+126=269
The ratio of the number of females in Civil and Electrical departments together to the number of males in the same Departments together is 311 : 269
Number of females in electrical department is (65/100)*360 = 234
Total number of female students(civil+electrical)=77+234=311
Number of males in civil department is (65/100)*220 = 143
Number of males in electrical department is (35/100)*360 = 126
Total number of male students(civil+electrical)=143+126=269
The ratio of the number of females in Civil and Electrical departments together to the number of males in the same Departments together is 311 : 269
Question 143 
Comprehension
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the average percentage of female students in the whole Institute?
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the average percentage of female students in the whole Institute?
42.0%
 
41.0%
 
43.0%  
41.5%

Question 143 Explanation:
Average percentage of female students in the whole institute =45+35+23+65+44+40
Total female students percentage=252
Average= (252%6) = 42%
Total female students percentage=252
Average= (252%6) = 42%
Question 144 
Comprehension
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the respective ratio of the number of females in the Mechanical Department to the number of females in the Electronics Department?
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the respective ratio of the number of females in the Mechanical Department to the number of females in the Electronics Department?
4 : 3
 
23 : 22
 
24 : 21  
23 : 21

Question 144 Explanation:
Number of females in the Mechanical Department is (23%100)*900 = 207
Number of females in the Electronics Department= (44%100)*450 = 198
Ration=207:198=23:22
Number of females in the Electronics Department= (44%100)*450 = 198
Ration=207:198=23:22
Question 145 
Comprehension
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the total number of students in all the Departments?
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the total number of students in all the Departments?
2210  
3210  
3400  
3310 
Question 145 Explanation:
Total number of students in all the Departments = 840 + 220 + 900 + 360 + 450 + 540= 3310
Question 146 
Comprehension
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the total number of male students in the Computer and Mining Department together?
The following table shows the total number of students in the Department of the Institute along with the percentage of Females and Male students. Answer questions 1 to 5 based on the data given below:
What is the total number of male students in the Computer and Mining Department together?
266  
886  
786  
686 
Question 146 Explanation:
Total number of male students in the Computer Department is (55/100)*840 = 462
Total number of male students in the Mining Department is is (60/100)*540 = 324
Total number of male students in the Computer and Mining Department together is 462+ 324= 786
Total number of male students in the Mining Department is is (60/100)*540 = 324
Total number of male students in the Computer and Mining Department together is 462+ 324= 786
Question 147 
Directions for question number 3 to 7:
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q3. If in the year 2018, population of F is increased by 10% and population of B is increased by 12% as compared to the previous year, then ______ is the ratio of population of F and B in 2017.
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q3. If in the year 2018, population of F is increased by 10% and population of B is increased by 12% as compared to the previous year, then ______ is the ratio of population of F and B in 2017.
42 : 55  
62 : 55  
42 : 11  
44 : 5 
Question 147 Explanation:
F 2018 = (15/100)*3276000
B 2018 = (20/100)*3276000
F increased by 10% in 2018.
B increases by 12% in 2018.
So, F 2017→ 1.1 times= 15*32760
B 2017→ 1.12 times = 20*32760
F 2017 : B2017 = [(15*3276)*10]/11 : [(20*32760)*100]/112
= 42:55
B 2018 = (20/100)*3276000
F increased by 10% in 2018.
B increases by 12% in 2018.
So, F 2017→ 1.1 times= 15*32760
B 2017→ 1.12 times = 20*32760
F 2017 : B2017 = [(15*3276)*10]/11 : [(20*32760)*100]/112
= 42:55
Question 148 
Directions for question number 3 to 7:
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q4. _______ is the percentage of total number of males in F, B and D together to the total population of all the given states.
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q4. _______ is the percentage of total number of males in F, B and D together to the total population of all the given states.
24%  
17.5%  
28.5%  
29.5% 
Question 148 Explanation:
Let population=X
Males of F in 2018 = (⅗)*15*(X/100) = 9X/100
Males of B in 2018 = (¾)*20*(X/100) = 15X/100
Males of D in 2018 = (⅜)*12*(X/100)=4.5X/100
Total=(28.5*X)/100
X=28.5%
Males of F in 2018 = (⅗)*15*(X/100) = 9X/100
Males of B in 2018 = (¾)*20*(X/100) = 15X/100
Males of D in 2018 = (⅜)*12*(X/100)=4.5X/100
Total=(28.5*X)/100
X=28.5%
Question 149 
Directions for question number 3 to 7:
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q5. The number of males in F in the year 2018 is ______.
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q5. The number of males in F in the year 2018 is ______.
294650  
294840  
301470  
301200 
Question 149 Explanation:
Males of F in 2018 = (9X/100) = (9/100)*3276000
=10’s digit is 4
So, OptionB is correct.
=10’s digit is 4
So, OptionB is correct.
Question 150 
Directions for question number 3 to 7:
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q6. _____ is the ratio of the number of females in G to the number of females in C.
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q6. _____ is the ratio of the number of females in G to the number of females in C.
16 : 5  
16 : 7  
15 : 11  
15 : 14 
Question 150 Explanation:
=327600*9*(4/7) : 327600*8*(3/5)
=(9*4)/7 * 5/(8*3)
= 15:14
=(9*4)/7 * 5/(8*3)
= 15:14
Question 151 
Directions for question number 3 to 7:
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q7. _____ is the total number of noneducated people in A and B in 2018.
Study the following and the table and answer the questions given below. (Data of different states regarding population of states in the year 2018)
Total population of the given States = 3276000
Q7. _____ is the total number of noneducated people in A and B in 2018.
1276040  
1032170  
1081550  
1161160 
Question 151 Explanation:
Non educated people= A 2018 + B 2018
= (7/9) * (25X/100) + ⅘ * (20X / 100) * 9/9
= 1161160
= (7/9) * (25X/100) + ⅘ * (20X / 100) * 9/9
= 1161160
There are 151 questions to complete.