# Table Charts Questions

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Refer the below table and answer the question.

Between 10pm to 6am, a fitness band records the data. How long was the user in light sleep or was in Extremely light sleep?

 A) 0.7 hours B) 1.2 hours C) 1.7 hours D) 2.3 hours

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Refer the below data and answer the question.

What was the total profit or loss of the company in last 5 years?

 A) Profit of Rs 15 crores B) Loss of Rs 25 crores C) Loss of Rs 15 crores D) Profit of Rs 25 crores

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Refer the below data and answer the following question.

Who has the least weight to height ratio?

 A) Aabha B) Aahana C) Aakaanksha D) Aakriti

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Refer the below data table and answer the following question.

Labour and interest are what percent of total expenses?

 A) 31.25 percent B) 24 percent C) 16.75 percent D) 38.5 percent

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Refer the below data table and answer the following question.

How many cars were manufactured in the month of April and May?

 A) 650 B) 1100 C) 4270 D) 870

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In a certain town of population size 1,00,000 three types of newspapers (I, II and III) are available. The percentages of the people in the town who read these papers are as follows:

What is the number of people who do not read any of these three newspapers?

 A) 62,000 B) 64,000 C) 66,000 D)  68,000

Explanation:
Number of people who do not read any of these newspaper = total population – number of people who read atleast one of these newspapers.
number of people who read atleast one of these newspapers = 1% + 1% + 3% + 1% + 7% + 19% = 32% of total population = 32000
required number of people = 100000 – 32000 = 68000

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Refer the below data and answer the question.

What is the average bonus (in rupees)?

 A) 5419995 B) 160000 C) 361333 D) 126000

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Refer the below data table and answer the following question.

For which of the following pairs of years the total exports from the three companies together are equal? (in lakhs)

 A) 2011 & 2013 B) 2013 & 2015 C) 2011 & 2012 D) 2014 & 2012