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Directions: Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

Per annum income of six friends and monthly expenditure on various basic needs, given in hundreds for pattern:

Note: Take values in hundreds

Example: Take 21 spent on shopping as .

The Per annum income of six friends

The Per annum income of six friends

Friends

Per Annum Income ( Rs. In Lakhs)

Shopping

Rent

Food

Health

Miscellaneous

Sarita

Rajish

Priyank

Shalini

Radhika

Ramya

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Who spends the maximum amount on shopping?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Radhika

b.

Shalini

c.

Ramya

d.

Rajish

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What is the monthly expenditure of Radhika?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

7600

b.

5600

c.

7500

d.

4500

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Amount spent by Rajish on Rent is what percent of the total amount spent by all together on Rent? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)

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Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

16.77

c.

13.56

d.

13.45

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What is the total expenditure of Rajish for a year?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

b.

67000

c.

85200

d.

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Who spends minimum amount on rent among the following given friends?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

Radhika

b.

Priyank

c.

Sarita

d.

Ramya

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The following table shows the percentage of marks ( ) obtained by five students in six subjects.

Maximum marks in all the six subjects also given in table respectively.

In accordance with the table given below, answer the questions that follow:

the percentage of marks (%) obtained by five students in six subjects.

the percentage of marks (%) obtained by five students in six subjects.

Percentage of marks (%) obtained by five students in six subjects

Psychology (Out of 80 marks)

Biotechnology

(Out of 75 marks)

Organic Chemistry

(out of 100 marks)

Sports

(Out of 120 marks)

Physics

(Out of 125 marks)

Mathematics

(Out of 150 marks)

Anna

Berlin

Caroline

David

Eliza

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Calculate the total marks obtained by Anna in Biotechnology, organic chemistry?

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Choice (4)Response

a.

130

b.

120

c.

100

d.

110

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The difference in the marks obtained by all the five students together in the subjects’ Organic chemistry and Psychology is:

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Choice (4)Response

a.

108

b.

110

c.

98

d.

480

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What are the marks obtained by Eliza in organic chemistry and sports?

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

170

b.

130

c.

140

d.

190

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