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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirection(1 10)
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours – X, Y and Z. The production of three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below.
Production of Three Different Flavours X, Y and Z by a Company over the years (in
lakh bottles)
1.The total production of flovour Z in 1997 and 1998 is what percentage of the total production of flavour X in 1995 and 1996?
Correct
Explanation:
d.
Incorrect
Explanation:
d.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirection(1 10)
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours – X, Y and Z. The production of three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below.
Production of Three Different Flavours X, Y and Z by a Company over the years (in
lakh bottles)
2.For which flavour was the average annual production maximum in the given period?
Correct
Explanation:
b.
Incorrect
Explanation:
b.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirection(1 10)
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours – X, Y and Z. The production of three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below.
Production of Three Different Flavours X, Y and Z by a Company over the years (in
lakh bottles)
3.What is the difference between the average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and the average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000?Correct
Explanation:
d
Incorrect
Explanation:
d

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirection(1 10)
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours – X, Y and Z. The production of three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below.
Production of Three Different Flavours X, Y and Z by a Company over the years (in
lakh bottles)
4.What was the approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998?
Correct
24.
C.
Incorrect
24.
C.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirection(1 10)
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours – X, Y and Z. The production of three flavours over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below.
Production of Three Different Flavours X, Y and Z by a Company over the years (in
lakh bottles)
5.For which of the following years the percentage of rise/fall in production from the previous year is the maximum for the flavour Y?
Correct
Explanation:
b.
b.
Incorrect
Explanation:
b.
b.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirections (6 10 ): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of Six different types of Cars manufactured by a Company over Two Years
6.What was the difference in the number of Q type cars produced in 2000 and that produced in 2001?
Correct
Explanation:
a.
Total Number of Q type cars Produced in 2001=(6040)% of 4,40,000=88000.
Total Number of Q type cars Produced in 2000=(4530)% of 3,50,000=52,500
There fore Required Difference =8800052500=35500
Incorrect
Explanation:
a.
Total Number of Q type cars Produced in 2001=(6040)% of 4,40,000=88000.
Total Number of Q type cars Produced in 2000=(4530)% of 3,50,000=52,500
There fore Required Difference =8800052500=35500

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirections (6 10 ): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of Six different types of Cars manufactured by a Company over Two Years
7.Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2000 is?
Correct
Explanation:
c.
Analysis of the graph:
We shall first determine the number of cars of each model produced by the Company during the two years:
In 2000 : Total number of cars produced = 3,50,000.P = (30 – 0)% of 3,50,000 = 30% of 3,50,000 = 1,05,000.
Q = (45 – 30)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.
R = (65 – 45)% of 3,50,000 = 20% of 3,50,000 = 70,000.
S = (75 – 65)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.
T = (90 – 75)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.
U = (100 – 90)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.
In 2001 : Total number of cars produced = 4,40,000.P = (40 – 0)% of 4,40,000 = 40% of 4,40,000 = 1,76,000.
Q = (60 – 40)% of 4,40,000 = 20% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.
R = (75 – 60)% of 4,40,000 = 15% of 4,40,000 = 66,000.
S = (85 – 75)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.
T = (95 – 85)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.
U = (100 – 95)% of 4,40,000 = 5% of 4,40,000 = 22,000.
Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufacture in 2000= (105000 + 52500 + 52500)= 2,10,000.
Incorrect
Explanation:
c.
Analysis of the graph:
We shall first determine the number of cars of each model produced by the Company during the two years:
In 2000 : Total number of cars produced = 3,50,000.P = (30 – 0)% of 3,50,000 = 30% of 3,50,000 = 1,05,000.
Q = (45 – 30)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.
R = (65 – 45)% of 3,50,000 = 20% of 3,50,000 = 70,000.
S = (75 – 65)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.
T = (90 – 75)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.
U = (100 – 90)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.
In 2001 : Total number of cars produced = 4,40,000.P = (40 – 0)% of 4,40,000 = 40% of 4,40,000 = 1,76,000.
Q = (60 – 40)% of 4,40,000 = 20% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.
R = (75 – 60)% of 4,40,000 = 15% of 4,40,000 = 66,000.
S = (85 – 75)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.
T = (95 – 85)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.
U = (100 – 95)% of 4,40,000 = 5% of 4,40,000 = 22,000.
Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufacture in 2000= (105000 + 52500 + 52500)= 2,10,000.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirections (6 10 ): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of Six different types of Cars manufactured by a Company over Two Years
8.If the percentage production of P type cars in 2001 was the same as that in 2000, then the number of P type cars produced in 2001 would have been?
Correct
Explanation:(b)
If the percentage production of P type cars in 2001
= Percentage production of P type cars in 2000
= 30%.
then, number of P type cars produced in 2001
= 30% of 4,40,000
= 1,32,000.Incorrect
Explanation:(b)
If the percentage production of P type cars in 2001
= Percentage production of P type cars in 2000
= 30%.
then, number of P type cars produced in 2001
= 30% of 4,40,000
= 1,32,000. 
Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirections (6 10 ): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of Six different types of Cars manufactured by a Company over Two Years
9. If 85% of the S type cars produced in each year were sold by the company, how many S type cars remain unsold?
Correct
Explanation:
c.
Number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2000 = 15% of 35,000
and number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2001 = 15% of 44,000.
Total number of S type cars which remained unsold
= 15% of (35,000 + 44,000)
= 15% of 79,000
= 11,850.
Incorrect
Explanation:
c.
Number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2000 = 15% of 35,000
and number of S type cars which remained unsold in 2001 = 15% of 44,000.
Total number of S type cars which remained unsold
= 15% of (35,000 + 44,000)
= 15% of 79,000
= 11,850.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsCategory: AptitudeDirections (6 10 ): The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total production of a car manufacturing company into various models over two years.
Percentage of Six different types of Cars manufactured by a Company over Two Years
10.For which model the percentage rise/fall in production from 2000 to 2001 was minimum?
Correct
Explanation:
Incorrect
Explanation:
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