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**In year 2013 total number of bike produced by six companies together is**

55 lakh. Following pie-chart

55 lakh. Following pie-chart

**shows**

the percentage distribution of total produced bikes among these companies, and

the table shows

the percentage distribution of total produced bikes among these companies, and

the table shows

**the percentage sale**

of these companies in year 2013.

of these companies in year 2013.

**Answer following questions based on these graph.**

**1. How many bikes**

sold by company D in year 2013?

sold by company D in year 2013?

1) 384240

2) 387620

3) 389180

4) 392150

5) 397440

**2. Total bikes sold**

by company C is approximately what percentage of total bikes produced by

by company C is approximately what percentage of total bikes produced by

**company A.**

1) 37.2%

2) 39.6%

3) 42.5%

4) 45.8%

5) 47.5%

**3. What is the**

difference between total number of bikes sold by company E and total bikes sold

by

difference between total number of bikes sold by company E and total bikes sold

by

**company F.**

1) 60410

2) 61930

3) 62840

4) 63220

5) 64150

**4. Total number of**

bike sold by company B is approximately what percentage of total number of

bikes

bike sold by company B is approximately what percentage of total number of

bikes

**produced by all six companies**

together.

together.

1) 8.4%

2) 9.6%

3) 10.2%

4) 11.5%

5) 12.6%

**5. What is the total**

number of bikes sold by company A and company C together.

number of bikes sold by company A and company C together.

1) 964360

2) 993820

3) 1054000

4) 1145870

5) 1231680

**Direction (Q. 6 -10)**

: In the following questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You

have

: In the following questions two equations numbered (I) and (II) are given. You

have

**to solve both the equations and**

give answer :

give answer :

1) If x > y

2) If x â‰¥ y

3) If x < y

4) If x â‰¤ y

5) If x = y or the relationship can’t be established.

6.

**I.**x = âˆš1369**II.**y = 3âˆš29791

7.

31

**I.**8x – 3y =31

**II.**5x + 4y = 84

8.

– 79x + 77 = 0

**I.**20×2– 79x + 77 = 0

**II.**4y2

+ 9y – 28 = 0

9.

+ 29x + 28 = 0

**I.**6×2+ 29x + 28 = 0

**II.**6y2

+ 11y + 4 = 0

10.

+ 3x – 54 = 0

**I.**x2+ 3x – 54 = 0

**II.**y2

+ 4y – 77 = 0

Regards

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