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Directions (Q. Nos. 1-4) Refer to
the pie charts and answer the given questions.

1. If the number of watches sold by
stores A, D, and E increased by 10%, 35%, and 15% respectively from 2004 to
2005 what was the total number of luxury watches sold by
these three stores in 2005?

(1)
16172           (2) 14966           (3) 15848           (4) 15964           (4) 16392

2. What is the central angle
corresponding to the number of watches (sports watches and
Luxury watches) sold by store B?

(1)
39. 6         (2) 36. 6         (3) 44. 2         (4) 42. 2           (5) 45. 4

3. Total number of sports watches
sold by stores E and F together is what percent of the
number of watches (sports watches
and Luxury watches) sold by store E?

(1)
78 (7/11)

(2)
83 (3/7)

(3)
82 (5/14)

(4)
65 (9/14)

(5)
85 (5/7)

4. What is the difference between
average number of sports watches sold by stores B, C, G
and H together and average number
of luxury watches sold by the same stores together?

(1)
1100             (2) 1200              (3) 900              (4) 800              (5) 1300

Directions (Q. Nos. 5-10) Study the
graphs and answer the given questions.

5. Scheme M offers simple interest
at a certain rate of interest (p.c. p. a). If the difference
between the interest earned by
Gautam and Rudra from scheme M after 4 years in ₹ 4435.20.  what is the rate of interest (p.c. p. a)?

(1)
17.5           (2) 18             (3) 16. 5            (4) 20              (5) 15

6. What is the respective ratio
between total amount invested by Gautam in schemes O
and Q together and total amount
invested by Rudra in the same schemes together?

(1)
31 : 44          (2) 31 : 42            (3) 27 : 44           (4) 35 : 48              (5) 29 : 38

7. If scheme P offers compounds
interest (compounded half yearly) @ 16% per annum
what would be sum of interest
earned by Gautam and Rudra from scheme P after 1 yr

(1)
₹ 10244           (2) ₹  10464           (3) ₹  9872           (4) ₹  9984
(5) ₹ 9442

8.  If scheme O offers compound interest
(compounded annually) @ 12% per annum what
is the difference between interest
earned by Gautam and Rudra from scheme O
after 2 yr?

(1)
₹ 1628.16          (2) ₹ 1584.38        (3) ₹ 1672. 74        (4) ₹ 1536.58       (5) ₹ 1722.96

9. What is the average amount invested
by Gautam in schemes M, N, O, P and Q together?

(1)
₹ 29248              (2)  ₹ 30562        (3) ₹  31126           (4) ₹ 29688         (5) ₹ 28848

10. Rudra invested in scheme R for
4 yr. If scheme R offers simple interest @ 7 p.c.p.a for
the first two years and then
compound interest @ 10 p.c.p.a (compound annually) for
the 3rd and 4th year, what will be
the interest earned by Rudra after 4 yr?

(1)
₹ 13548       (2) ₹ 12096           (3) ₹ 12242        (4) ₹ 12364         (5) ₹ 11886