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Question number: 575

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The Delhi School’s football team washed cars every Saturday for a month to raise money for the local children’s hospital. The students charged Rs. 5.00 for each car they washed. The pictograph below shows the total number of cars washed by the team. What is the total amount of money raised by the football team?

Table of Car washed by students each Saturday

Showing the table of Car washed by students each Saturday

Saturday

Number of Car Washed

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@= 10 cars

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 300.00

b.

Rs. 120.00

c.

Rs. 600.00

d.

Rs. 550.00

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Read the following bar-graph and answer the questions below.

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Created with Highcharts 4.2. 6MonthsRainfall (in CM) Month Vs. Rainfall (in CM) Month Vs. Rainfall (in CM) JanFebMarAprMayJuneJulyAugSepOctNovDec0204060

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Which two consecutive months the difference of rainfall is 15 cm?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

September and October

b.

April and May

c.

August and September

d.

June and July

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Which months do not have any rain?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

November and December

b.

January and March

c.

March and November

d.

January and November

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Which month has maximum rainfall?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

September

b.

April

c.

July

d.

August

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Which month has minimum rainfall?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

December

b.

August

c.

January

d.

February

Question number: 580

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The line plot below shows how students scored on last week’s science test.

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Image of Science Test Scores

Showing the scores of science test on different columns with marks

How many students scored 80 and 85?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

25 students

b.

35 students

c.

36 students

d.

20 students