1. The table above shows the number of stationery items used by different sections of a class over a period of time. What is the ratio of pens used by the last three sections of the class to the pens used by the first three sections of the class?

2. This question is based upon the figure shown below If a Ford car is 20% costlier than a BMW car, then which of the two cars has the greater volume sale of the cars?

3. The graph depicts the impact of giving three different grades of salary on the absenteeism of workers from three different departments in an organization. What was the percentage increase in the absenteeism of workers in the production department from February to May?

4. The two pie charts depict the percentage of various types of schools constructed over a period of five years. If 150 more schools of Type-A are constructed in year 2005, what will be the percentage of Type-A schools?

5. The graph depicts the number of politicians in a country over the given years with respect to their ages. What is the difference in the ratio of all candidates in the year from 2002 to 2003 collectively and year from 2000 to 2001 collectively?

6. The graph depicts the marks scored by girls and boys in a class. What is the percentage increase in the marks obtained by both boys and girls from July to August?

7. The graph depicts the yearly production of rice in a country. By what percentage did the production of rice increase in the last four years as compared to the production in the first four years?

8. The graph depicts the yearly production of rice in a country. Calculate the maximum increase in the production of rice (in tons) as compared to the previous year among all of the above given years?

9. The graph depicts the yearly production of rice in a country. What is the ratio of the combined production in the year 2000-2001 over the combined production in the year 1997-1998?

10. The graph depicts the number of sales made by a bank in a particular week. Study the given information and answer the following question correctly. During which day in the week was the increase in sales minimum over the previous day?

11. The table above shows the number of stationery items used by different sections of a class over a period of time. Which section among the following is the third highest user of erasers in terms of percentage, calculated individually for each section?

12. During which of the following months does the loss of revenue by Unit-B trail the loss of revenue by Unit-A by 25%?

13. What is the average monthly loss of revenue suffered by Unit-A and Unit-B, taken together in the months during which the loss of revenue suffered by Unit-C was more than $1000 but less than $3000?

14. What is the total number of defective samples of Type-P and Type-S during the year 2005?

15. What is the ratio of the average number of items inspected of Item-P and Item-T in all the years given above?

16. During the year 1990, what percentage of houses was constructed in City-B, out of the total houses constructed during that year?

17. What was the percentage increase in the construction of houses in all the cities from 1991 to 1993?

18. What is the ratio of the production of Unit-5 on Thursday to the total production of all units on Sunday?

19. On which day does unit two make 28% contribution to the total production on that day?

20. What is the percentage increase in the sales target achieved in the year 2007 over that achieved in the year 2006?

21. In which year was the total target achieved by the accounts department, the sales department and the production department minimum in terms of percentage?

22. By how much is the percentage increase in the fare for carrying more than ten pounds of luggage in a taxi higher than that for carrying it in a bus?

23. What is the ratio of the transport fares of an aero-plane to those of a taxi for carrying a cargo weighing 9 pounds?The diagram represents the speed of four vehicles at four different points What is the ratio of speed of car at Point-C to the total speed of bus at all four points?

24. Five cars are placed in the order A, B, C, D, E. Each of the five cars has colored windows. The doors must be painted silver, red, or black. The windows must be painted brown, white, or grey. In no car must the color of the windows be the same as that of the doors. The color of no two cars must be the same. Car E has silver colored doors. Car B has red doors and white windows. Which is true?

25. Five students, P, Q, R, S, and T, are to attend a counseling session for seeking admission to a law course. The counseling is held once a week. 3 students attend the interview session on all days. Each student is to appear at least once. If the students are called for an additional session, one student can come to attend the session in the week following the one in which he/she attended it earlier. Whenever candidate Q attends the session, P should also be present. R can attend only one session. Which group of students will come for the session in two successive weeks?

26. If the total market share of cars is $200 million, what is the contribution of Ford?

27. The table above shows the production for three types of fruit over a four month period. Use this information to answer the following question. What is the percentage of mangoes produced in four months?

28. The table above shows the production for three types of fruit over a four month period. Use this information to answer the following question. What is the ratio of the production of oranges to mangoes produced in the four months?

29. The graph depicts the number of politicians in a country over the given years along with their ages. What was the percentage increase in the number of politicians between 30-40 years of age from 2001 to 2003?

30. The graph depicts the number of sales made by a bank in a particular week. Study the given information and answer the following question correctly. What is the ratio of the average sales achieved between Monday and Thursday to the average sales between Friday and Sunday?

31. In an organization, there are 100 male members but no female members. If 25 male members are replaced by 25 female members, what will be the ratio of the male members to the female members in the organization?

32. In an organization, there are three departments: Production, Accounts and Sales. The given graph shows numerical data of the number of absent workers for the months January till May, for the respective departments. The total numbers of workers in the three departments (Production, Accounts and Sales) are 70, 20 and 50 respectively. Which department has the highest absenteeism rate in the month of May?

33. This question is based upon the figure shown below The table above shows the number of stationery items used by different sections of a class over a period of time. In which section was the increase in the use of pencils over the preceding section maximum?

34. Following is the performance record of a sales team for the first five weeks of a calendar year: Successful sales made / Sale orders cancelled / Total number of sales First week: 20 / 35 / 55 Second week: 18 / 14 / 32 Third week: 25 / 15 / 40 Fourth week: 20 / 10 / 30 Fifth week: 20 / 15 / 35 According to the chart, during which week was the percentage of sales orders cancelled by the customers the least?

35. The table above shows the production of three types of fruit over a four month period. Use this information to answer the following question. Which month shows the maximum increase in total production of all three fruits over the production of all the three fruits produced in the previous month?

36. A snack-production company prepares chips of three different flavors: P, Q and R. The given bar chart represents the production of three flavors over the period of six years. Study the chart and answer the question that follows. From 2010 to 2015, the average annual production of which flavor(s) is the maximum?

37. The given pie chart displays the percentage distribution of the expenditure incurred in the production and distribution of a particular snack. Study the pie chart and answer the question that follows. What will be the amount of transportation cost paid for a certain number of snack packets, if the management has to pay Rs. 56,400 as the raw material cost for these packets?

38. The given pie chart displays the percentage distribution of the expenditure incurred in the production and distribution of a particular snack. Study the pie chart and answer the question that follows. Suppose that 3,200 snack packets were produced and the transportation cost on them amounts to Rs. 54,000. What should be the selling price of the snack packet so that the producer can earn a profit of 20%?

39. The given table displays the number of students who appeared, passed and scored a place in the merit list of the CBSE board's matriculation examination from four districts: A, B, C and D of a state XYZ from 2011 to 2016. Study the given information and answer the question that follows. In the year 2012, which district has the second-lowest percentage of passed students over appeared candidates?

40. A snack-production company prepares chips of three different flavors: P, Q and R. The given bar chart represents the production of three flavors over the period of six years. Study the chart and answer the question that follows. What is the difference between the average production of flavor P in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and the average production of flavor Q in 2011, 2012 and 2013?

41. Following is the data for the export (in metric tonnes) of three types of iron over a six month period: Month: Type I, Type II, Type III January: 30, 40, 32 February: 31, 37, 34 March: 32, 36, 31 April: 34, 36, 30 May: 36, 34, 32 June: 38, 34, 31 What is the percentage of Type III iron exported in the six month period from January to June?

42. This question is based upon the figure shown belowThe given line chart displays the information about the number of employees who joined and left a company XYZ, during the years 2010 to 2015. It is given that the initial strength of the company was 4,500 employees.Find the number of employees who worked in the company during the year 2013?

43. The given table displays the classification of 100 students on the basis of marks obtained by them in Mathematics and History during final examination. What is the difference between the number of students who passed with 60 as cut-off marks in Mathematics and those who passed with 60 as aggregate cut-off marks?

44. The given table displays the annual expenditure (in lakh rupees) of an organization from the year 2012 to 2016. What is the ratio of the average amount of salary paid and average taxes paid from the year 2012 to 2016?

45. This question is based upon the figure shown belowThe given table displays the number of new employees who joined and left different departments of a company since the company started in 2010.Find the total number of employees working in the sales department at the end of the year 2016.

46. The given pie chart displays the investments made (in lakh rupees) by five investors: A, B, C, D and E, in a new project P2 of a company. Find the total amount invested by Investor E in the company, if 1/5th of the total invested amount is used in project P1 (a previous project) and 185 lakhs are invested in project P2.

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The given bar chart displays the GDP of seven countries, during two half decades: 2006 to 2010 and 2011 to 2015. The figures are in billion rupees.

During the complete decade of 2006 to 2015, the GDP of country B is what fraction of the GDP of country F?

48. The given bar chart displays the GDP of seven countries, during two half decades: 2006 to 2010 and 2011 to 2015. The figures are in billion rupees. Which country has the second-lowest GDP during the half decade 2006 to 2010?

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The given bar chart displays the number of books published (in thousands) by six different publishing houses during the years 2015 and 2016, respectively.

What is the ratio of total number of books published by Publisher B to the total number of books published by Publisher D during the years 2015 and 2016?

50. The given bar graph displays the production of a product, say X (in thousand tonnes), in three units: Unit A, Unit B and Unit C of a company, from the year 2010to 2015. Calculate the ratio of average production of the product X in Unit A during 2011-13 to the average production of X in Unit C during the same period.

51. The given pie chart displays the percentage distribution of the expenditure incurred in the production and distribution of a particular snack. Study the pie chart and answer the question that follows. Suppose that the price of a snack packet is marketed at 25% above the cost price. If the market price is Rs. 60, then find the cost of packaging of a single snack packet.

52. The given pie chart displays the investments made (in lakh rupees) by five investors: A, B, C, D and E, in a company. The investments made by B and E together are what ratio of the investments made by C and D?

53. The given line graph displays the annual sale (in crore rupees) made by three companies: A, B and C, from 2010 to 2015. What is the difference between the average sale of three companies in the years 2011 and 2014?

54. The given table displays the number of students who appeared, passed and scored a place in the merit list of the CBSE board's matriculation examination from four districts: A, B, C and D of a state XYZ from 2011 to 2016. Study the given information and answer the question that follows. Over the years, for which district the average number of students appeared in the merit list (Mrt) is the maximum?

55. The given bar chart displays the number of books published (in thousands) by six different publishing houses during the years 2015 and 2016, respectively. What is the difference between the total number of books published by Publisher F during both years and the sum of number of books published by Publisher B and Publisher D during the year 2015?

56. The given table displays the number of students who appeared, passed and scored a place in the merit list of the CBSE board's matriculation examination from four districts: A, B, C and D of a state XYZ from 2011 to 2016. Study the given information and answer the question that follows. In which year the percentage of students, who passed from District C over those who appeared from District C, is the highest?

57. The given table displays the number of students who appeared, passed and scored a place in the merit list of the CBSE board's matriculation examination from four districts: A, B, C and D of a state XYZ from 2011 to 2016. Study the given information and answer the question that follows. The number of students who scored merit from District B is approximately what percent of the number selected from District D during the period 2011 to 2016?

58. The given pie chart displays the investments made (in lakh rupees) by five investors: A, B, C, D and E, in a company. What is the central angle corresponding to Investor A?

59. The given table displays the number of new employees who joined and left different departments of a company since the company started in 2010. What is the combined average of the total number of employees in all the departments in the year 2012?

60. The given table displays the annual expenditure (in lakh rupees) of an organization from the year 2012 to 2016. Which of the given options is the average amount of loan interest paid by the organization from the year 2013 to 2016?

61. The given line chart displays the information about the number of employees who joined and left a company XYZ, during the years 2010 to 2015. It is given that the initial strength of the company was 4,500 employees. What is the ratio of the minimum number of employees who joined the company to the maximum number of employees who left the company in any of the years during the given period?

62. A snack-production company prepares chips of three different flavors: P, Q and R. The given bar chart represents the production of three flavors over the period of six years. Study the chart and answer the question that follows. The total production of flavor R in 2012, 2013 and 2014 is what percent of the total production of flavor P in 2010, 2011 and 2012?

63. The given line graph displays the annual sale (in crore rupees) made by three companies: A, B and C, from 2010 to 2015. During how many years, the annual sale by Company B was more than the average sale made by Company B?

64. A pie chart and a table are given. The pie chart displays the proportion of population in six districts: A, B, C, D, E and F during the year 2015. The table displays the percentage population below the age of 14, for the same districts. Study the given pie chart and table, and then answer the question that follows. Find the population of District E if the population of below 14 in district A is 9,600 in the year 2015?

65. The given line graph displays the annual sale (in crore rupees) made by three companies: A, B and C, from 2010 to 2016. During which years, the total sales of all the three companies together were equal?

66. The given line graph displays the annual sale (in crore rupees) made by three companies: A, B and C, from 2010 to 2015. During which year, the difference between the sales of Company A and Company C is second highest?