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Directions (1-5): The following bar graph tells us about average electricity consumption of 3 different cities in a day, and the line graph tells us about the average daily consumption of electricity in these 3 cities. Use the data given below and answer the questions that follow.
Q1. What is the ratio of units consumed by Commercial users in Mumbai and Industries in Jamshedpur during peak hours? Note: Peak hours is the time with highest energy consumption during the day i.e. 8am – 12pm.
a) 0.49
b) 0.39
c) 0.59
d) 0.55
e) None of these

Q2. The difference between the consumption of Miscellaneous units in Hyderabad between 8am – 8pm and Public Utilities in Jamshedpur during 4am – 4pm is?
a) 102.5
b) 97.5
c) 87.5
d) 95.5
e) 92.5

Q3. TATA Steel is the biggest company in Jamshedpur consuming 70% of the Industrial units of the city in a day. It also consumes 20% of Public Utilities units, and 25% of Residential units. If per unit cost of Industrial, Public Utilities, and Residential units is Rs. 15, Rs, 7, and Rs. 6 respectively, what is the per day electricity bill of TATA Steel?
a) 49000
b) 51000
c) 44460
d) 42600
e) None of these

Q4. If Mumbai’s complete Commercial units are consumed from 8pm to 8am, what are the units consumed by all other sectors (except Commercial) during that time?
a) 1357 units
b) 1527 units
c) 1657 units
d) 1257 units
e) Data Inadequate

Q5. What is the average consumption of miscellaneous units per hour between 4am – 4 pm in Hyderabad?
a) 67.27 units
b) 73.52 units
c) 79.65 units
d) 80.24 units
e) 70.42 units

Directions (6-10):  Study the data carefully and answer the question:

A man travels in different physical landscapes on a vacation. The first pie-chart shows the distribution of the total distance of 150 km travelled by him while the second pie-chart shows the distribution of the total time of 4.5hrs spend during his travel at these respective landscapes. Some information is missing.

Q6. What is the average speed of the man in the hills if his average speed in the plains and hills combined is 42 km/hr ?
a) 48 km/hr
b) 84 km/hr
c) 24 km/hr
d) 42 km/hr
e) None of the above

Q7. The man worked on in an internship while travelling such that he devoted 42% of his time in plains, 10% of his time in hills and 2% of his time in desert, towards his work. As the intern, he works on answering to business related questions put online at a speed of 5 minutes per question. Calculate his savings, if he saves 12.5% of his income from the internship that pays him ₹75 for every question he answers. (Take y = 0.75hrs)
a) ₹ 225
b) ₹ 112.5
c) ₹ 105.5
d) ₹ 250
e) None of the above

Q8. Spending ₹87,000 in all, the man’s expenditure while travelling in a particular landscape was inversely proportional to the distance he travelled there. Then, his expense on food in the desert, if the meals constitute 40% of his expenses each time –
a) 12000
b) 16000
c) 18000
d) 36000

Q9. The distance travelled by the man in the hills is m% of the distance travelled in the desert, while the distance travelled by him in the desert is n% of the distance travelled in the plains. Then the ratio of (m + n) : (m – n) is
a) 53:73
b) 35:73
c) 35:37
d) 53:37
e) None of the above

Q10. Another man B swaps the distance travelled on the desert with the distance in the hills, while the corresponding time remained same. Then, the ratio of the average speed of B in hills to his speed in the desert, given that x – y = 0.75 hrs, is
a) 2:9
b) 2:3
c) 1:9
d) 1:6
e) 1:3

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