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# Mixed Charts - 2 || Data Interpretation || CAT 2021 || 03 July

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Question 1

Direction: The following column represents the population of villages A, B, C and D in 2011 of different ages. Table represents the ratio of males to females and total population of all villages. Study the chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

Which village has the maximum population of female’s age of 21 to 50 years?

Question 2

Direction: The following column represents the population of villages A, B, C and D in 2011 of different ages. Table represents the ratio of males to females and total population of all villages. Study the chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

Which village has the minimum population of males age of 0 to 20 years?

Question 3

Direction: The following column represents the population of villages A, B, C and D in 2011 of different ages. Table represents the ratio of males to females and total population of all villages. Study the chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

Which of the following two villages have the maximum difference of the number of male age of 51 to 80 years?

Question 4

Direction: The following column represents the population of villages A, B, C and D in 2011 of different ages. Table represents the ratio of males to females and total population of all villages. Study the chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

What is the ratio of the number of males of age 0 to 20 years in village A to the number of females of age of 51 to 80 years in village C?

Question 5

Direction: The following column represents the population of villages A, B, C and D in 2011 of different ages. Table represents the ratio of males to females and total population of all villages. Study the chart carefully and answer the questions given below.

What is the average population of age 21 to 50 year in all given villages?

Question 6

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are hired to complete a work. The line graph given below shows the percentage of work completed and the time taken (in days) by different persons to complete that respective work.

The efficiency of D is what percentage of the efficiency of C?

Question 7

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are hired to complete a work. The line graph given below shows the percentage of work completed and the time taken (in days) by different persons to complete that respective work.

In how many days all five together will complete 75% of the whole work?

Question 8

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are hired to complete a work. The line graph given below shows the percentage of work completed and the time taken (in days) by different persons to complete that respective work.

If A works for 10 days, B and C together works for 15 days and D and E together works for 11 days, then in how many days C will complete the remaining work if he is assisted by E.

Question 9

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are hired to complete a work. The line graph given below shows the percentage of work completed and the time taken (in days) by different persons to complete that respective work.

If B worked with his 50% efficiency, while D worked with 150% more efficiency, then find the time taken by both of them to complete the work.

Question 10

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

A, B, C, D and E are hired to complete a work. The line graph given below shows the percentage of work completed and the time taken (in days) by different persons to complete that respective work.

Find the difference between the number of days taken by B alone and that by D alone to complete the whole work.
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