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Directions (1-5): Read the following pie-chart for the year 1998 and answer the questions given below it.

Please note: savings is not a part of expenditure

Question 1: If the total amount spent during the year 1998 was Rs.46000, the amount spent on food was:

(a) Rs.2000

(b) Rs.12447

(c) Rs.23000

(d) Rs.2300

Question 2: If the total amount spent was Rs.46000, how much was spent on clothing and housing together?

(a) Rs.11500

(b) Rs.11050

(c) Rs.13529

(d) Rs.15000

Question 3: The ratio of the total amount of money spent on housing to that spent on education was:

(a) 5: 2

(b) 2: 5

(c) 4: 5

(d) 5: 4

Question 4: The given pie-chart shows that the maximum amount was spent on:

(a) Food

(b) Housing

(c) Clothing

(d) Others

Question 5: If the total expenditure of the family for the year 1998 was Rs.46000, the amount the family saved during the year is:

(a) Rs.1500

(b) Rs.15000

(c) Rs.6900

(d) Rs.8117

Directions (6-10) : The following questions are based on the pie-chart given below. Study the pie-chart and answer the questions.

Question 6: The central angle for the sector on “Paper-Cost” is
(a) 22½°
(b) 16°
(c) 54.8°
(d) 36°

Question 7: If the ‘Printing-cost’ is Rs. 17500, the royalty paid is
(a) Rs.8750
(b) Rs.7500
(c) Rs.3150
(d) Rs.6300

Question 8: If the “miscellaneous expenses” are Rs.6000, how much more are ‘binding and cutting charges” then ‘Royalty?
(a) Rs.6000
(b) Rs.5500
(c) Rs.4500
(d) Rs.10500

Question 9: The central angle corresponding to the sector on “Printing Cost” is more than that of “Advertisement Charges” by:
(a) 72°
(b) 61.2°
(c) 60°
(d) 54.8°

Question 10: The “Paper Cost” is approximately what per cent of “Printing cost”?
(a) 20.3%
(b) 28.5%
(c) 30%
(d) 32.5%