Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information carefully and answer the given questions. Certain number of students passed from five colleges A, B, C, D and E. Total students passed in College A is 18% of the total passed students from all colleges. Ratio of the total passed students from College B to the total passed students from College C is 11 : 10 and their average value is 420. From College D 300 students passed which is 15%of the total passed students. Students passed in College E is 5/4 of the number of total passed students of College C. Ratio of boys to girls passed from College A is 13 : 5. The number of passed boys in College B is 240% of the number of passed girls from College A. Ratio of total passed students in College C to the number of girls passed in College C is 20 : 11. The number of girls passed in College D is 40% more than the number of passed boys in College D. The average of boys passed in all five colleges is 231.

1. What is the average of the total girls passed in all colleges?

1) 174 2) 172 3) 170 4) 169 5) 165

2. What is the ratio of passed boys and girls of College E?

1) 5 : 3 2) 4 : 3 3) 7 : 3 4) 7 : 5 5) 4 : 5

3. The number of boys passed in College B what percentage more than the number of passed girls?

1) 20% 2) 30% 3) 40% 4) 45% 5) 50%

4. The number of girls passed in College A is what per cent of the number of passed boys in College D?

1) 60% 2) 70% 3) 80% 4) 40% 5) None of these

5. In which college the percentage of girls passed with respect to its total passed students is the maximum?

1) A 2) B 3) C 4) D 5) E

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below: Percentage of students qualified with respect to those appeared from six states over the years in a competitive exam.

6. In the year 2010, a total of 22400 students appeared from state D and F together. How many students qualified from state F in that year if the number of appeared students from F was 400 more than that from state ‘D’?

1) 3520 2) 2750 3) 3280 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these

7. If the number of students qualified from state B in 2005 was 50% more than that from state A in 2006, what was the ratio of students who appeared from state B in 2005 to that from state A in 2006?

1) 1 : 1 2) 3 : 4 3) 4 : 3 4) 2 : 3 5) None of these

8. If the number of students appeared from each of the given states in the year 2007 was 2000, what was the total number of students qualified from all the states?

1) 3920 2) 3720 3) 1960 4) 1860 5) None of these

9. If the numbers of students qualified from state ‘F’ in 2008 and 2009 was in the ratio of 2 : 1, what was the ratio of students appeared in these years from state ‘F’?

1) 3 : 8 2) 8 : 3 3) 3 : 2 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these

10. In the year 2008, as 12000 students appeared from state ‘C’. How many students were declared qualified from this state in the year 2009?

1) 4080 2) 3360 3) 408 4) Can’t be determined 5) None of these

Answers :-

(1-5): For solving these questions we summarise the given information as below:

10. 4; Here, total appeared students from state ‘C’ in 2009 is not given

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