Directions: These questions are based on the pie charts given below.
Directions: These questions are based on the following graphs which show the costs incurred by BPL and Sharp in the 4 years from 1996 to 1999 (in Rs. Crores)
Explanation: Total costs for BPL in 1999
= 1400 + 37 + 135 + 38 = 1610
Wages and salaries = 37/1610 x 100 = 2% approx.
Directions: These questions are based on the following pie charts which show the inflow and the outflow of funds of Indian Railways for the year 2001.
Profit = Inflow – Outflow
Directions: Refer the following data to answer the questions given below.
There are 11 players on each side in ODI cricket, and one team bats while the others bowl. Then the teams swap after 50 overs. KraigChapal, the coach of the Indian ODI cricket team is a master strategist when it comes to shuffling the batting order. In a match in which India scored 340 runs, 9 batsmen were out and the last unbeaten pair of batsmen together scored 40 runs before they ran out of overs. In the batting order the 4th and the 5th men each scored exactly a 100 runs, while the first two batsmen scored 50 between themselves.
The ratio of the runs scored by the first three batsman, Ganguly, Sehwag and Pathan (though not necessarily) 1, 2 and 3 in the batting order) was 6 : 4 : 3. Two consecutive batsman scored 0, and the first 9 batsmen in the batting order scored either 0 or scores that were multiples of 5.
Dhoni was the 8th batsmen in the batting order, and the next person after Dhoni scored a 5. The runs scored by Tendulkar if added to theextras (bonus runs not scored by any batsmen but given by the bowling team to the batting team) equaled Ganguly’s scores. Sehwag scored one-fifth of Yuvaraj and equal to Tendulkar. Srinath scored 5 times what Tendulkar scored. Munaf and Mohanty scored 18 and 22 respectively, while together they scored 25 more than Dhoni and Pathan together. Kumble was India’s most successful bowler of the match, and Harbhajan took 2 wickets less than Kumble.
Directions: These questions are based on the following data below.
Five friends – Pramod, Quadir, Robjot, Samuel and Tarun – have Rs.150 among them. The following information is also known.
Following information is given:
(i) None had less than Rs.15 (⇒each person had ≥ Rs.15)
(ii) Four odd numbers, one even number
(iii) No two persons had the same amount.
(iv) Maximum amount = odd.
(v) Total sum = Rs.150
From the given condition, the only possible amounts are 15, 25, 35, 45 and 30. Hence, the even amount is 30.