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Data Interpretation (Set-56)- Maths Quiz Based Question/Answers

Data Interpretation

(Set-56)

1) The ratio of the quantity of milk in container A and E is 44:35, respectively. The ratio of milk and water in container E is 1:1 respectively. What would be the difference between the total quantity of milk in the 2 containers combined and the total quantity of water in the 2 containers combined?

a) 4200 litres b) 1250 litres c) 3500 litres d) 1200 litres e) None of the above

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2) Ratio of the quantity of milk and water in tanks Q, R, S and T was 2:1, 1:1, 4:1 and 2:3, respectively. The total quantity of water in the 4 tanks combined was what percentage of total quantity of milk in the 4 tanks combined?

a) 84.03%

b) 75.62%

c) 71.91%

d) 63.82%

d) 46.23%

3) The ratio of milk and water in container A and E is 11:4 and 1:1, respectively and in tank P is 3:2, respectively. Entire mixture of tank P and containers A and E are put into a drum. How much milk should be added so that the ratio of milk and water in the drum becomes 548:351, respectively?

a) 400 litres

b) 225 litres

c)75 litres

d) 175 litres

e) None of these

4) The ratio of quantity of milk and water in container C and container D was 4:1 and 1:4, respectively. ‘x’% of mixture is transferred from container C to container D and then the ratio of quantity of milk and water in container D becomes 8:27, respectively. Find the value of x.

a) 5%

b) 12.5%

c) 30%

d)25%

e)None of the above

5) A cylindrical tank has radius and height in the ratio of 1:7, respectively. The curved surface area of the cylinder is 176 m2. If the entire quantity from tank P, tank T and container B is put into this cylindrical tank, then what percentage of this cylindrical tank would still be empty?

a) 90.91%

b) 72.75%

c) 83.51%

d) 51.45%

e) 65.23%

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