Level-2 Pie Chart Practice Quiz -3 Medium

2. These questions are based on the following pie-charts. Classification of appeared candidates in a competitive test from different stats and qualified candidates from those states

Appeared candidates = 45000.

2.1) What does the ratio of the number of appeared candidates from states C and E together to that of the appear candidates from States A and F together?
(a) 17: 33
(b) 11:13
(c) 13:27
(d) 17:27
(e) None of these

Answer A

Solution:  8+9/ 15+18 = 17:33

2.2) In which state, the percentage of qualified candidates concerning that of appeared candidates is minimum?
(a) C
(b) F
(c) D
(d) G
(e) None of these.

Ans.: D Here, do not find the ratio of the no. of qualified candidates to that of appeared candidates.

Simply check the ratio of % qualified candidates to the appeared is the least for which state.

2.3) What is the difference between the number of qualified candidates of States D and those of G?
(a) 690
(b) 670
(c) 780
(d) 720
(e) None of these

Solution:  D

(21-13)% of 9000 = 720.

2.4) What is the percentage of qualified candidates to the appeared candidates from state B and C has taken together (rounded to two decimal places)?
(a) 23.11
(b) 24.21
(c) 21.24
(d) 23
(e) None of these.

Answer: B

[(16+7)% of 9000/ (11+8)% of 45000 ]*100 = 24.21%

2.5) What does the ratio between the number of candidates qualified from states B and D together to the number of candidates appear from state C respectively?
(a) 8:37
(b) 11:12
(c) 37:40
(d) 7:37
(e) None of these.

Answer C

Solution:  (16+21)% of 9000   :  8% of 45000 

= 37:40

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