Pie Charts

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  • Q1.Directions : The following pie-charts show the distribution of people living in seven different blocks of a colony in a town in the Year 2005.

    What will be the ratio of population of X and Q in 2006 , if the total populationin 2005 is 9600 and population of X and Q increases at the at of 20% and 12% respectively ?

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  • Q2.Directions : The following pie-charts show the distribution of people living in seven different blocks of a colony in a town in the Year 2005.

    The sum of angle S and P is more by how much degree than the sum of R and V ?

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  • Q3.Directions : The following pie-charts show the distribution of people living in seven different blocks of a colony in a town in the Year 2005.

    If the total population of the colony in 2005 is 9500 and increases at the rate of 15 % , then the population of colony V in 2007 will be (approximately)

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  • Q4.Directions : The following pie-charts show the distribution of people living in seven different blocks of a colony in a town in the Year 2005.

    If the people living in block S is 2805, then what will be the total population of X, V and R together ?

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  • Q5.Directions : The following pie-charts show the distribution of people living in seven different blocks of a colony in a town in the Year 2005.

    In the block Q , approximately how many degrees should be there in the central angle ?

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  • Q6.Directions : The circle-graph given here shows the funds raised by a company to finance a project of XYZ Ltd. from various sources. Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below it.

    If the total funds raised for the project is Rs. 20 crores, the amount raised from share capital (both equity and preference) together is:

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  • Q7.Directions : The circle-graph given here shows the funds raised by a company to finance a project of XYZ Ltd. from various sources. Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below it.

    How much percent less funds are raised from debentures than that on equity capital?

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  • Q8.Directions : The circle-graph given here shows the funds raised by a company to finance a project of XYZ Ltd. from various sources. Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below it.

    If the total funds raised from all the sources be Rs. 3, 60, 00,000, the amount from other sources exceeds from retained earnings by:

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  • Q9.Directions : The circle-graph given here shows the funds raised by a company to finance a project of XYZ Ltd. from various sources. Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below it.

    How much percent more funds are raised from preference capital than that of loans?

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  • Q10.Directions : The circle-graph given here shows the funds raised by a company to finance a project of XYZ Ltd. from various sources. Study the graph carefully and answer the question given below it.

    What percent of total funds is financed from retained earnings?

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