# Pie Charts

Are you preparing for campus placements,Banking,SSC, IAS, Insurance,Defence and other competitive exams? Then, make sure to take some time in practicing the Pie Charts questions and answer in Quantitative Aptitude. Moreover, only those questions are included that are relevant and likely to be asked in any competitive exam. So, take these questions and answer, brush up your skills and practice to stay fully prepared for any your exam.

• Q1.Study the following pie-chart and the table and answer the questions based on them. If the candidates selected from city S in 2014 are 2750, then what will be average number of candidates selected from Y, Z and R. • Q2.Study the following pie-chart and the table and answer the questions based on them. The ratio of males candidates selected from city V to the female candidates selected from city of T : • Q3.Study the following pie-chart and the table and answer the questions based on them. If the number of candidates selected from City V is 1400, then what will be the average number of selected candidates from all the cities? • Q4.Study the following pie-chart and the table and answer the questions based on them. If the number of selected candidates from city X is 4000, then what will be the ratio of total selected candidates from all cities to the sum of selected female candidates of city V and Y? • Q5.Study the following pie-chart and the table and answer the questions based on them. If the total number of selected candidates is 25000, then what will be total number of female candidates selected from City X? • Q6.Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the question given below after studying the graph carefully. By what the amount spent on selling exceeds that on distribution, if the total amount expenditure during the year be Rs.18000000,   