**Directions (Q. 1 – 5): Following table shows the total number of students appeared from different cities, ratio of boys and girls among those appeared students, percentage of passed students and number of passed girls among them.**

1. What is the average number of boys appeared in the examination from all six cities?

1) 3851

2) 3852

3) 3853

4) 3854

5) 3855

2. The total number of girls passed from City S4 is what percentage of the total number of girls appeared from City S4?

1) 43.25%

2) 48.75%

3) 52.5%

4) 55%

5) 62.5%

3. What is the total number of boys failed in the examination from all six cities together?

1) 6175

2) 6180

3) 6185

4) 6190

5) 6195

4. The total number of girls passed in the examination is approximately what percentage of the total number of girls appeared in the examination, taking all cities together?

1) 42%

2) 50%

3) 56%

4) 64%

5) 72%

5. The total number of boys passed from City S2 is what percentage more than the total number of girls passed from that city?

1) 70.2%

2) 76.5%

3) 78.4%

4) 80%

5) 82.8%

**Directions (Q. 6-10) : Following line-graph shows the number of boys and the number of girls admitted in a college in different years. Answer the questions given below based on this graph.**

6. What is the difference between the total number of boys and that of girls admitted in all eight years together?

1) 228

2) 230

3) 232

4) 234

5) 236

7. The number of girls admitted in the year 2000 and 2001 together is what percentage of the number of boys admitted in the year 2004 and 2007 together? (Answer in approximate value)

1) 52.4%

2) 54.3%

3) 56.8%

4) 58%

5) 62.4%

8. What is the approximate percentage increase in the number of girls admitted in the year 2003 and 2004?

1) 42.8%

2) 38.6%

3) 36.48%

4) 35%

5) 32%

9. In which of the following years is the percentage rise in the number of boys the maximum compared to its previous year?

1) 2001

2) 2003

3) 2004

4) 2005

5) None of these

10. The number of girls admitted in the year 2007 is what percentage more than the average number of girls admitted during the entire period of eight years ?

1) 8.26%

2) 10.34%

3) 12.24%

4) 16%

5) 17.5%

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