CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Paper-I: Questions 1197 - 1203 of 1481

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Given below are two pie charts. Pie chart one show expenses of a family while buying ration. Pie Chart two shows the different varieties of Rice bought by the family. Total expenses born by the family is 1,00,000

Created with Highcharts 5.0. 12ExpensesRice (12%) Rice (12%) Pulse (15%) Pulse (15%) Vegetable (20%) Vegetable (20%) Sugar (25%) Sugar (25%) Salt (10%) Salt (10%) Others (18%) Others (18%) Salt (10%) Expenses: 10
Created with Highcharts 5.0. 12Expenses of RiceBrown Rice (10%) Brown Rice (10%) White Rice (14%) White Rice (14%) African Rice (16%) African Rice (16%) Wehani Rice (20%) Wehani Rice (20%) Basmati Rice (15%) Basmati Rice (15%) Red Rice (25%) Red Rice (25%) Basmati Rice (15%) Expenses of Rice: 15

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What is the ratio of the total amount spent in Red rice to the difference in the amount spent for buying Vegetable and Sugar?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

3: 4

b.

4: 1

c.

5: 3

d.

3: 5

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Question number: 1198

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Find the change in the daily sale receipts if the price of mango is decreased by 10 % which in turn increases the sale by 20%?

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Below mentioned graph shows the percentage growth of the average marks in English and Mathematics across all the government schools under Teach for India initiative in six different cities.

Created with Highcharts 5.0. 12CitiesPercentagePercentage growth in Average Marks across 6 cities2525404035351515202030303030404035351515252520202015 - 162014 - 15FEDCBA051015202530354045E2015 - 16: 40

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Which city has the highest total marks obtained by any student?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

F

b.

E

c.

A

d.

Cannot be determined

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Find the percentage increase in marks of by City C from 2014 to 2016?

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d.

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If the total marks obtained by students of City D & E are equal in 2015, then, marks of D is what percentage of marks of E in 2016?

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d.

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If the marks obtained by students of City A is in 2016, then, find the marks obtained by students of City A in 2014?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

9340

b.

9324

c.

9380

d.

9364

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If total marks secured by students in City A in is , then, find the total marks secured by students in 2016?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

8724

b.

8424

c.

8524

d.

8124

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