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**Direction (Qs.1-5): Study the pie chart and table carefully and answer the following questions.
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** 1➤ Total girls studying in Mechanical stream are how much more or less than total boys studying in Civil? (1) 481 (2) 483 (3) 485 (4) 487 (5) None of these**

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2➤ ** In which stream the difference between number of boys and girls is maximum? (1) IT (2) Civil (3) Mechanical (4) Automobile (5) Electronics**

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3➤ ** Find the approximate average number of boys studying in Electronics, IT and Civil stream? (1) 314 (2) 324 (3) 334 (4) 344 (5) 354**

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4➤ ** Find the total number of girls studying in the college. (1) 2082 (2) 2182 (3) 2282 (4) 2382 (5) None of these**

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5➤ ** Total boys studying in college is what percent more/less than the total girls studying in college? (1) 6% (2) 11.32% (3) 20.5% (4) 12.76% (5) 15%**

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** Direction (Qs.1-5): Study the pie chart along with the table to answer the given questions.6➤ Total number of boys in standards sixth and seventh together is approximately what percent to the total number of boys in the school? (1) 38% (2) 31% (3) 30% (4) 34% (5) 39%**

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7➤ ** What is the difference between total number of boys and total number of girls studying in all the standards together? (1) 242 (2) 224 (3) 244 (4) 246 (5) 252**

**=> Ans (1): 242**

Required difference = 2371 – 2129 = 242

Required difference = 2371 – 2129 = 242

8➤ ** What is the ratio between total number of boys in standards seventh and ninth together and the total number of girls in standards fifth and sixth together respectively? (1) 19 : 18 (2) 16 : 15 (3) 19 : 16 (4) 19 : 17 (5) 18 : 17**

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9➤ ** What is the ratio between number of girls in seventh standard and number of boys in tenth standard respectively? (1) 8 : 5 (2) 9 : 7 (3) 9 : 5 (4) 4 : 3 (5) 7 : 4**

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10➤ ** Total number of boys in standards fifth, sixth and seventh together is what percent to the total number of girls in standards, eighth, ninth and tenth together? (rounded off to nearest integer) (1) 119% (2) 117% (3) 86% (4) 114% (5) 93%**

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