NSTSE (National Science Talent Search Exam- Unified Council) Class 8: Questions 811 - 814 of 2028

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Directions: The following pie-charts show the distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

Distribution of Herbivores and Carnivores in Seven Different Forests A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

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Created with Highcharts 5.0. 7Total number of herbivores animals are = 78,200A (9%) A (9%) B (15%) B (15%) C (12%) C (12%) D (18%) D (18%) E (17%) E (17%) F (14%) F (14%) G (15%) G (15%) F (14%) The distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests: 14
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Created with Highcharts 5.0. 7Total number of carnivores animals are = 44,200A (12%) A (12%) B (13%) B (13%) C (14%) C (14%) D (22%) D (22%) E (18%) E (18%) F (9%) F (9%) G (12%) G (12%) D (22%) The distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests: 22

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How many animals of forests A and B are herbivores animals?

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Total number of animals that are carnivores from forests D and F is:

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12,750

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What is the ratio between the animals that are carnivores and herbivores respectively from forest C?

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The table shows the number of three different brands of watches sold by a certain store. The data are represented by the pie chart type diagram which shows a semicircle divided into six equal sectors. The angle of sector representing the number of Rolex watches sold is:

Table of brands of watches and number of watches sold

Showing the table of brands of watches and number of watches sold

Brand

Number of watches

Rolex

35

Omega

60

Citizen

45

Circle cCircle c: Circle through B with center ASector dSector d: CircularSector [A, D, E] Sector dSector d: CircularSector [A, D, E] Sector eSector e: CircularSector [A, F, D] Sector eSector e: CircularSector [A, F, D] Sector gSector g: CircularSector [A, F, G] Sector gSector g: CircularSector [A, F, G] Sector hSector h: CircularSector [A, G, H] Sector hSector h: CircularSector [A, G, H] Sector kSector k: CircularSector [A, H, D] Sector kSector k: CircularSector [A, H, D] Sector pSector p: CircularSector [A, D, I] Sector pSector p: CircularSector [A, D, I] Sector qSector q: CircularSector [A, I, J] Sector qSector q: CircularSector [A, I, J] Sector rSector r: CircularSector [A, J, E] Sector rSector r: CircularSector [A, J, E] Segment fSegment f: Segment [B, C] Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point DPoint D: Point on cPoint DPoint D: Point on cPoint DPoint D: Point on cPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on d

Image of a Circle Divided with Some Angles of 30 Degree

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