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Data Interpretation (Set-52)- Maths Quiz Based Question/Answers

Data Interpretation

(Set-52)

The Bar – chart below represents the percentage distribution of the
sum of the radius of all the given 3D solid structure toys i.e. cone,
cylinder, hemisphere and sphere present in shop A and in shop B. (Use
pie = 3).
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop A = 90 cm
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop B = 120 cm

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The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop A = 90 cm
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop B = 120 cm
1) If the difference between the volume of cone B and cylinder B is
5940 cm2 and the height of cone B is same as the height of cylinder B,
then find the height of cone B.
a) 16 cm

b) 18 cm

c) 20 cm

d) 15 cm

e) None of these

The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop A = 90 cm
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop B = 120 cm
2) If the height of the cylinder A to cylinder B are in the ratio of 6:5,
respectively then find the ratio of the volume of cylinder A to the
volume of cylinder B.
a) 21:17

b) 15:8

c) 12:7

d) 19:12

e) None of these

3) If a toy is formed by placing the hemisphere A above a cube of side
length 19 cm less than the radius of the of the hemisphere B, then
find the cost of painting the total surface area of the toy formed at
the rate of 50 paise per cm.
a) Rs. 4247.5

b) Rs. 3978

c) Rs. 4338.5

d) Rs. 4127.5

e) None of these

The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop A = 90 cm
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop B = 120 cm
4) The shopkeeper sells the spherical toy B at the rate of Rs. 0.25/cm3
and earns a profit of 20%. If small spherical balls of radius 2 cm is
molded out from the spherical toy B and each spherical ball is sold for
Rs. 6, then find his profit/loss percentage by selling all the small
spherical balls carved out from spherical toy B.
a) 5% profit

b) 8% loss

c) 10% profit

d) 5% loss

e) None of these

The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop A = 90 cm
The sum of the radius of the all the given figures in shop B = 120 cm
5) If the height of the cone A and cone B is 24 cm and 7 cm
respectively, then find the difference between the curved surface
area of cone A and the curved surface area of cone B.
a) 156 cm2

b) 160 cm2

c) 210 cm2

d) 180 cm2

e) None of these

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