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Following pie chart is related to the house which is going to construct with total cost is Rs. 25 lakh.

The pie chart is related to the house

The Pie Chart is Related to the House

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Calculate the percentage of total amount spent on steel, supervisor and bricks?

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Calculate the amount of cement spent on:

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Choice (4)Response

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Rs. 4,86,000

b.

Rs. 3,00,000

c.

Rs. 4,00,000

d.

Rs. 4,50,000

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Statement: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:

The following pie chart shows number of candidates who were enrolled for GMAT entrance exam and the candidates (out of those who enrolled) who failed the exam in different institutes.

Candidates enrolled and Candidates failed the exam

The pie chart shows number of candidates

The Pie Chart Shows Number of Candidates

The pie chart shows number of failed candidates

The Pie Chart Shows Number of Failed Candidates

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What is the percentage of passed candidates to the candidates who are enrolled from institute D?

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The no. of Candidates failed from Institute B and C together exceeds the no. of Candidates enrolled from Institutes A and B together by:

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Choice (4)Response

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1700

b.

1600

c.

1500

d.

1400

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What is the percentage of Candidates failed to the candidates enrolled for Institutes C and D together?

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What % age of Candidates failed the exam from Institute D out of total no. of Candidates enrolled from Same Institute?

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What is the ratio of Candidates failed to the Candidates enrolled from Institute C?

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Consider the following table that shows categorical distribution of interview candidates from two sections A and B for job placement and marks obtained by them in the first objective MCQs round. There are a total of 45 candidates in each of the sections A and B.

Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table:

Marks obtained by the candidates:

The categorical distribution of interview candidates from two sections A and B

The categorical distribution of interview candidates from two sections A and B

Marks in first round

Number of candidates in

Section-A

Section-B

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If pass mark is 50, approximately what is the percentage of successful candidates in Section-B?

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