**DIRECTIONS for questions 6 to 10:** Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:

**6. What is the ratio of exports in years 1990-91 & 1992-93 together to the imports in the same year?**

A. 1.41

B. 1.17

C. 1.55

D. 1.71

**Answer: B**

**Sum of exports of 1990-91 and 1992-93 = 638 + 1661 = 2299**

**Sum of exports of 1990-91 and 1992-93 = 824 + 1137 = 1961**

**The required ratio = 2299 / 1961 = 1.17**

**7. In which of the following years was the gap in the exports and imports the maximum?**

A. 1994-95

B. 1992-93

C. 1993-94

D. 1990-91

**Answer: B**

**Difference for 1994-1995 = 1658-1305 = 353**

**Difference for 1992-1993 = 1661-1137 = 524**

**Difference for 1993-1994 = 1538-1513 = 25**

**Difference for 1990-1991 = 824-638 = 186**

**In this case we can observe that 1992-1993, the gap in the exports and imports is maximum. Hence, answer is option B**

**8. What is the ratio of years having above average imports to those having below average imports in the given period?**

A. 3:2

B. 4:1

C. 2:3

D. 1:4

**Answer: C**

**The average imports = (824+1014+1137+1513+1658)/5 = 1229.2**

**The years 1990-91, 1991-92, and 1992-93 have below the average imports.**

**The years 1993-94 and 1994-95 have above the average imports.**

**Required Ratio = 2:3**

**9. Which of the following statements is true about the graph?**

A. There is a continuous rise in exports.

B. From 1992-93, exports are below average.

C. Till 1992-93, imports are below average.

D. Total imports in the given period are more than the total exports.

**Answer: C**

**The average imports = (824+1014+1137+1513+1658)/5 = 1229.2**

**Till 1992-93, imports are below average. Thus statement (C) is true.**

**10. The exports in 1993-94 are approximately how many percent more than the imports of 1991-92?**

A. 49%

B. 51.6%

C. 201%

D. None of these

**Answer: B**

**Exports is 1993-94 = 1538. Imports is 1991-92 = 1014. Required % = 100 x (1538 – 1014) / 1014 = 51.6 %. Hence, answer is option B**