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Bank PO :: Q Test No 85
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1 .

Direction (Q. 1-5) : Following line graph shows the number of pens produced by a pen meanufacturing company, the number of pens sold by it and the price of one pen of different types.

The average number of pens sold by the company is what percentage of the average number of pens produced by it in all the five types together ?

 56% 62% 66% 70%
2 .

If the cos of manufacturring of Type A pens is Rs. 4.50 per pen, what is the net profit earned by the company by selling all pens of type A ?

 Rs. 95 thousand Rs. 1.05 thousand Rs. 1.20 lakh Rs. 1.25 lakh
3 .

What is the net smount received by the company by selling all the pens of all types ?

 Rs. 46.9 lakh Rs. 47.2 lakh Rs. 48.8 lakh Rs. 49.4 lakh
4 .

If the manufacturing cost of type C and that of type D pens is equal and it is Rs. 15 per pens. What is the net profit earned by the company by selling all pens of type C and Type D ?

 6.8 lakh 7 lakh 7.2 lakh 7.75 lakh
5 .

The profit earned by selling all pens of Type B is what percentage of the total profit earned by selling all pens of type E if the per unit cost of type B pens is Rs. 5.5 and that of Type E pens is Rs. 25 ?

 18% 22% 24% 28%
6 .

Direction (Q. 6-10) A  total of x students appeared in a class test consisting of three paper, viz Physics, Chemistry and Maths. The following venn diagram shows the number of students who passed these three papers. None of the students failed in all the three papers together.

Answer given question based on this diagram.

How many students are there who passed in Chemistry and Maths but failed in Physics ?

 x/6 x/12 x/20 x/5
7 .

What is the difference between the number of students who passed in Chemistry and the number of students who passed in Physics ? (The number of students who passed in all the three papers is 15.)

 5 10 15 20
8 .

How many students are there who passed in exactly one paper If the number of students who passed in exactly two papers is 110.

 160 165 170 175