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Four students W, X, Y, Z appeared in four papers, I, II, III and IV in a test. Their scores out of 400 are given below:
Person W  Person X  Person Y  Person Z  
Paper I  Score 60  Score 59  Score 74  Score 72 
Paper II  Score 81  Score 43  Score A  Score 76 
Paper III  Score 45  Score 51  Score 71  Score A 
Paper IV  Score 55  Score A  Score 65  Score 68 
Where A stands for Absent
Read the above table and answer below mentioned questions 1 – 5
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Which candidate has secured between 60 65 % marks in aggregate?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Y 

b.  X 

c.  W 

d.  Z 

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Who has obtained the lowest average in aggregate
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  Z 

b.  Y 

c.  W 

d.  X 

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Who has obtained the highest average
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  X 

b.  Z 

c.  Y 

d.  W 

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Which candidate has secured the highest percentage in the papers appeared
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  X 

b.  Y 

c.  W 

d.  Z 

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The following graph shows imports and exports of goods in different years. All the figures are in rupees lakhs. Study the graph and answer the given question.
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Calculate average imports for given five years.
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  170 lakhs 

b.  150 lakhs 

c.  200 lakhs 

d.  175 lakhs 

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In the year 2007, exports are how many percentages more than imports of the same year?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  150% 

b.  100% 

c.  350% 

d.  250% 

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Percentage increase in exports in the year 2006 to 2007 was
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  14.30% 

b.  20% 

c.  15% 

d.  16.67% 

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In which year percentage increase in exports is highest compared to the previous year?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  2004 

b.  2005 

c.  2006 

d.  2007 

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Imports are how many percentages of exports in the year 2006?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  200% 

b.  50% 

c.  100% 

d.  75% 

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In the given table, Turnover (in rupees) of two different firms for various years is given. On that basis answer the question.
Years  Turnover of firm A (in thousands)  Turnover of firm B (in thousands) 
2006  2007  2340  2580 
2007  2008  2490  2620 
2008  2009  2600  2680 
2009  2010  2755  2700 
2010  2011  2800  2750 
2011  2012  2895  2640 
2012  2013  2900  2600 
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Calculate the percentage increased in turnover of year 2008  2009 compare to the year 2006  2007 for both the firms?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  11.11 % of firm “A”, 3.88 % of firm “B” 

b.  13 % of firm “A”, 5.88 % of firm “B” 

c.  12.58 % of firm “A”, 8.33 % of firm “B” 

d.  14 % of firm “A”, 3.88 % of firm “B” 
