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The bar graph shows the monthly profits of the different departments of a company. Study the diagram and answer the following questions.What is the ratio of the monthly profits of department G to that of department B?

 A) 12 : 7 B) 7 : 12 C) 5 : 12 D) 12 : 5

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The following table shows the income(in ₹) for a particular month, together with their source, in respect of 5 employees (A, B, C, D and E)

How many employees got more than a total of ₹10,000 as income other than salary?

 A) 1 B) 4 C) 3 D) 2

Explanation:

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The number of students enrolled in a college is shown in the following table.

The ratio of the total number of boys to that of girls in the college is:

 A) 13 : 42 B) 1:1 C) 23:27 D) 27:23

Explanation:

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The following table shows the daily earnings of 45 skilled workers.

How many workers earn less than ₹1,100 in a day?

 A) 39 B) 10 C) 29 D) 43

Explanation:

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During a medical check-up, the heights of 40 students in a class were recorded as shown in the following table.

How many students have a height of 165 cm or more?

 A) 15 B) 10 C) 25 D) 16

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The bar graph shows the monthly profits of the different departments of a company. Study the diagram and answer the following questions.

If the company has only 7 departments then what is the monthly revenue (in Rs lakhs) of the company if the monthly profit was 20% of the total monthly revenue of the company?

 A) 1250 B) 500 C) 50 D) 125

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The bar graph shows the monthly profits of the different departments of a company. Study the diagram and answer the following questions.

The monthly profit of department B is greater than that of department F by ___________.

 A) 25% B) 30% C) 33.3% D) 20%

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The bar graph shows the monthly profits of the different departments of a company. Study the diagram and answer the following questions.

Which department has the second lowest monthly profits?

 A) C B) D C) E D) G

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The following table gives the details of Five commodities A, B, C, D and E with quantity required and their costs for a family in a month. Study the table and answer the questions that follow.

The ratio of the total amount spent on A and D commodities in the year 2019 is:

 A) 1:1 B) 6:17 C) 15:17 D) 3:8