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Passage

The table and pictograph which show the number of school teachers in some cities.

Table of name of cities and number of school teachers

Showing the table of name of cities and number of school teachers

Name of City

No. of school teachers

Hyderabad

4200

Delhi

2400

Chennai

3000

Table of name of cities and symbols for no. of school teachers

Showing the table of name of cities and symbols for no. of school teachers

Name of City

No. of school teachers

Hyderabad

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Chennai

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Delhi

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Question number: 34 (1 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Question

How many school teachers does@represent?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

500

b.

600

c.

700

d.

800

Question number: 35 (2 of 2 Based on Passage) Show Passage

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Question

Which of the following is the correct representation of the number of school teachers in Delhi?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

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b.

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c.

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d.

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Question number: 36

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Some people of a society collect money every Monday for a month to raise money for the local children’s school fees. They get Rs. 50.00 from each person. The pictograph below shows the total numbers of people give the money. What is the total amount of money raised by the society?

Table of peoples give the money each Monday

Showing the table of peoples give the money each Monday

Monday

Number of people give money

1

$ $ $ $ $ $

2

$ $ $ $

3

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

4

$ $ $ $ $

$ = 15 peoples

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Rs. 18000.00

b.

Rs. 20000.00

c.

Rs. 12000.00

d.

Rs. 16000.00

Question number: 37

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The line plot below shows how students scored on weekly history test.

Circle c Circle c: Circle through I with center HCircle c_1 Circle c_1: Circle through I_1 with center H_1Circle c_2 Circle c_2: Circle through I_2 with center H_2Circle c_3 Circle c_3: Circle through I_3 with center H_3Circle c_4 Circle c_4: Circle through I_4 with center H_4Circle c_5 Circle c_5: Circle through I_5 with center H_5Circle c_6 Circle c_6: Circle through I_6 with center H_6Circle c_7 Circle c_7: Circle through I_7 with center H_7Circle c_8 Circle c_8: Circle through I_8 with center H_8Circle c_9 Circle c_9: Circle through I_9 with center H_9Circle c_ {10} Circle c_ {10}: Circle through I_ {10} with center H_ {10} Circle c_ {11} Circle c_ {11}: Circle through I_ {11} with center H_ {11} Circle c_ {12} Circle c_ {12}: Circle through I_ {12} with center H_ {12} Circle c_ {13} Circle c_ {13}: Circle through I_ {13} with center H_ {13} Circle c_ {14} Circle c_ {14}: Circle through I_ {14} with center H_ {14} Circle c_ {15} Circle c_ {15}: Circle through I_ {15} with center H_ {15} Circle c_ {16} Circle c_ {16}: Circle through I_ {16} with center H_ {16} Circle c_ {17} Circle c_ {17}: Circle through I_ {17} with center H_ {17} Circle c_ {18} Circle c_ {18}: Circle through I_ {18} with center H_ {18} Circle c_ {19} Circle c_ {19}: Circle through I_ {19} with center H_ {19} Circle c_ {20} Circle c_ {20}: Circle through I_ {20} with center H_ {20} Circle c_ {21} Circle c_ {21}: Circle through I_ {21} with center H_ {21} Circle c_ {22} Circle c_ {22}: Circle through I_ {22} with center H_ {22} Circle c_ {23} Circle c_ {23}: Circle through I_ {23} with center H_ {23} Line f Line f: Line through A, BLine f Line f: Line through A, BPoint A A = (2, 2) Point A A = (2, 2) Point A A = (2, 2) Point B B = (8, 2) Point B B = (8, 2) Point B B = (8, 2) Point C Point C: Point on fPoint C Point C: Point on fPoint C Point C: Point on fPoint D Point D: Point on fPoint D Point D: Point on fPoint D Point D: Point on fPoint E Point E: Point on fPoint E Point E: Point on fPoint E Point E: Point on fPoint F Point F: Point on fPoint F Point F: Point on fPoint F Point F: Point on fPoint G Point G: Point on fPoint G Point G: Point on fPoint G Point G: Point on f70 text1 = “70”75 text1_1 = “75”80 text1_2 = “80”85 text1_3 = “85”90 text1_4 = “90”95 text1_5 = “95”100 text1_6 = “100”KEY: text2 = “KEY: “= 3 student text3 = “= 3 student”History test scores text4 = “History test scores”

Image of History Test Scores

Showing the scores of history test on different columns with marks

How many students scored 80 or less in the test?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

27 students

b.

12 students

c.

22 students

d.

9 students

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