## 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

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