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# Radar Chart || Data Interpretation || CAT 2021 || 08 July

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Question 1

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The given below Radar graph shows the percentage of cistern filled by five pipes having different diameter and the Bar Graph shows the time taken by them to fill particular percent of that cistern.

A cistern has 3 pipes i.e. pipe C and pipe E which fills the cistern and the third pipe empties the cistern. When all the three pipes are opened together, part of the cistern is filled in 1 hour. How much time will be taken by the third pipe to empty a completely filled cistern having volume 26 times the previous one?

Question 2

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The given below Radar graph shows the percentage of cistern filled by five pipes having different diameter and the Bar Graph shows the time taken by them to fill particular percent of that cistern.

A cistern can be filled by 2 pipes A and B. Both the pipes are opened at the same time but due to partial closing of the valve, pipe A was supplying only  of its capacity and pipe B was supplying only  of its capacity. After some time, the valve was repaired, thereby enabling the two pipes to supply at their full capacity and after repairing another five minutes were taken by both the pipes to fill the cistern completely. For how long (approx.) pipes A and B were operated before the valves were repaired?

Question 3

Direction: Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
The given below Radar graph shows the percentage of cistern filled by five pipes having different diameter and the Bar Graph shows the time taken by them to fill particular percent of that cistern.

Two pipes E and D were used to fill the cistern. Both the pipes are opened and when the cistern is one-third full, a leak developed in the cistern due to which one-third of the water supplied by the pipes E and D will be drained out by leak. In how much time cistern will be completely filled?

Question 4

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The given below Radar graph shows the percentage of cistern filled by five pipes having different diameter and the Bar Graph shows the time taken by them to fill particular percent of that cistern.

A cistern was fitted with two inlet pipes i.e. pipes A and C and an emptying pipe which can drain 7 liters of water per minute. If all the pipes are opened together then it takes 1 hour to fill the tank. Find the capacity of the cistern.

Question 5

Direction: Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions.
The given below Radar graph shows the percentage of cistern filled by five pipes having different diameter and the Bar Graph shows the time taken by them to fill particular percent of that cistern.

Two pipes A and C were used to fill the cistern. Both the pipes are opened and when the cistern is one-fifth full, a leak develops due to which one-fifth of the water supplied from now on, drains out of the cistern. Find what is the total approx. time in which the cistern will be filled completely.

Question 6

Direction: The following chart shows the percentage distribution of total selected candidates in an entrance examination from six different cities(A, B, C, D, E, F) during the year 2013 and 2014 and the table shows the ratio of male to female candidates among the selected candidates in the 6 cities.

What is the difference between the number of total male candidates selected from City B in 2013 and total male candidates selected from City A in 2014?

Question 7

Direction: The following chart shows the percentage distribution of total selected candidates in an entrance examination from six different cities(A, B, C, D, E, F) during the year 2013 and 2014 and the table shows the ratio of male to female candidates among the selected candidates in the 6 cities.

What is the ratio of total females selected from City D in 2013 to total females selected from City E in 2014?

Question 8

Direction: The following chart shows the percentage distribution of total selected candidates in an entrance examination from six different cities(A, B, C, D, E, F) during the year 2013 and 2014 and the table shows the ratio of male to female candidates among the selected candidates in the 6 cities.

The total number of females selected from City F in 2013 is what percentage of the total number of candidates selected from City E in that year?

Question 9

Direction: The following chart shows the percentage distribution of total selected candidates in an entrance examination from six different cities(A, B, C, D, E, F) during the year 2013 and 2014 and the table shows the ratio of male to female candidates among the selected candidates in the 6 cities.

The total number of females selected from City B in 2014 is approximately what per cent more than the total number of males selected from City E in 2013?

Question 10

Direction: The following chart shows the percentage distribution of total selected candidates in an entrance examination from six different cities(A, B, C, D, E, F) during the year 2013 and 2014 and the table shows the ratio of male to female candidates among the selected candidates in the 6 cities.

What is the average number of females selected from all cities together in 2014?
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