# Important Data Interpretation Pie Chart – 2

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**D.1-5) **The following pie chart 1 shows number of candidates appeared for different Posts. And the chart 2 shows number of candidates selected for the posts. By the two charts find the correct answer for the following questions.

1) What is the ratio between number of candidates appeared for post R and T together and selected for the post S and V together?

a) 3 : 4

b) 4 : 5

c) 5 : 3

d) 4 : 7

e) 8 : 7

2) In which post qualified candidates to appeared candidate is maximum?

a) P

b) Q

c) R

d) S

e) T

3) What is the difference between the number of appeared candidates for post Q and qualified candidate for post S?

a) 3600

b) 5670

c) 4230

d) 9900

e) 1234

4) What is the percentage of candidates selected to that of appeared candidates R and U together?

a) 20.77%

b) 31.66%

c) 27.65%

d) 23.5%

e) 18.67%

5) What is the ratio between number of candidates appeared for post S and qualified candidates T and U together?

a) 34 : 15

b) 25 : 37

c) 30 : 23

d) 17 : 25

e) 23 : 33

#### D.6-10) The following pie chart shows number of employees in different companies. By the find the correct answer for the following questions.

6) If 20%of the employees in companies A and 25% of employees in company C were insured, then what is the non-insured employee ratio in company A and C?

a) 32 : 17

b) 35 : 17

c) 30 : 19

d) 32 : 15

e) 16 : 19

7) If there is 5000 employees in company C, and 4000 employees in company D are insured then what is the total number of non-insured employees in both companies together?

a) 7350

b) 8500

c) 3700

d) 4800

e) 5000

8) In company E 200 new employees were recruited and 25% of them have insurance policy, and new ratio between insured and non- insured becomes 6 : 7 then what was the ratio of insured and uninsured before that employees joined in the company.

a) 5 : 6

b) 47 : 53

c) 37 : 43

d) 6 : 7

e) 38 : 45

= 47: 53

9) 20% of A, 30% of B, 30% of C, 60% of D and 70% of E are getting salaries above Rs.10000 and 30% of employees getting salary above 10000 are getting above 20000 as their salary, then how many employees are getting salary above 20000.

a) 5550

b) 3750

c) 4850

d) 3000

e) 6500

10) If 20% of employees in company A are in officer grade and 60% of are labour and remaining are company staffs. What is the difference between the employees in officer grade and company staffs?

a) 3000

b) 1500

c) 4500

d) 5000

e) No such difference.