## DATA INTERPRETATION

(Set – 64)

**Five friends ****P, Q, R, S ****and ****T ****appeared in an examination having three different sections i.e. ****Biology, History ****and ****Hindi. ****Each section has different maximum marks. Maximum marks in ****Hindi ****are 50% more than the maximum marks in ****History ****which is 20% more than the maximum marks in ****Biology. ****Marks scored by ****T ****in ****Hindi, Biology ****and ****History ****are in the ratio 18:10:9 respectively. Marks scored by ****Q ****in ****Hindi ****are 75% more than the marks scored by him in ****Biology. ****Marks scored by ****S ****in ****History ****are 25% more than the marks scored by ****P ****in ****History. ****Marks scored by ****R ****in ****Biology, History ****and ****Hindi ****are in the ratio 5:6:9 respectively. ****P ****scored 64 marks and 125 marks in ****Biology ****and ****Hindi ****respectively. Marks scored by ****S ****in ****Biology ****are equal to the marks scored by ****R ****in ****History. S ****scored 110 marks in ****Hindi. ****Marks scored by ****T ****in ****History ****and ****Q ****in ****History ****are in the ratio 9:8 respectively. Marks of ****T ****and ****Q ****in ****Biology ****are same. ****T ****scored 296 marks in all the three sections together. ****R ****scored overall 70% marks in the examination. ****T ****scored 80% marks in ****Hindi. S ****obtained equal marks in ****History ****and ****Hindi****. **

Marks **obtained ****by Q in Hindi ****is how much percentage more than the marks obtained by ****T ****in ****Biology?
**a) 66.67% b) 60% c) 65% d) 75% e) None of these

What is the maximum marks which can be obtained in the 3 subjects combined? **
**a) 320 b) 360 c) 380 d) 400 e) None of these

**Five friends ****P, Q, R, S ****and ****T ****appeared in an examination having three different sections i.e. ****Biology, History ****and ****Hindi. ****Each section has different maximum marks. Maximum marks in ****Hindi ****are 50% more than the maximum marks in ****History ****which is 20% more than the maximum marks in ****Biology. ****Marks scored by ****T ****in ****Hindi, Biology ****and ****History ****are in the ratio 18:10:9 respectively. Marks scored by ****Q ****in ****Hindi ****are 75% more than the marks scored by him in ****Biology. ****Marks scored by ****S ****in ****History ****are 25% more than the marks scored by ****P ****in ****History. ****Marks scored by ****R ****in ****Biology, History ****and ****Hindi ****are in the ratio 5:6:9 respectively. ****P ****scored 64 marks and 125 marks in ****Biology ****and ****Hindi ****respectively. Marks scored by ****S ****in ****Biology ****are equal to the marks scored by ****R ****in ****History. S ****scored 110 marks in ****Hindi. ****Marks scored by ****T ****in ****History ****and ****Q ****in ****History ****are in the ratio 9:8 respectively. Marks of ****T ****and ****Q ****in ****Biology ****are same. ****T ****scored 296 marks in all the three sections together. ****R ****scored overall 70% marks in the examination. ****T ****scored 80% marks in ****Hindi. S ****obtained equal marks in ****History ****and ****Hindi****. **

**Following ****is the information about number of ****cricket ****matches won, lost and draw by 4 ****team. ****(Each ****of ****the match played by each ****team ****is won, lost or draw) **

India: **Total number of matches played is 25 and number ****of ****matches won and draw are 20% and 30% less than number of matches lost respectively. **

Australia: **Number of matches lost by ****Australia ****is 50% of the number ****of ****matches lost by ****India. ****Number of matches won and draw by ****Australia ****is 20% more and 20% less than the number of matches lost by ****them ****respectively. **

Sri **lanka****: ****Number ****of ****matches won by ****India ****is 20% less than the number ****of ****matches won by ****Sri ****lanka****. ****The ratio ****of ****number of matches lost to the number of matches draw by ****Sri ****lanka** **is 2:3 and number ****of ****matches won by ****Sri ****lanka** **is equal to the sum ****of ****number ****of ****matches lost and draw by ****them ****together. **

Pakistan: **Total number of matches played by ****Pakistan ****is 80% of the total number ****of ****matches played by ****Sri ****lanka** **and ratio of the number of matches won, lost and draw by ****Pakistan ****is ****3:3:2.**

What **is the ratio of the sum of the number of matches won and lost by ****India ****to the sum ****of ****the number of matches Lost and Draw ****by Sri ****lanka****?
**a) 4:5 b) 7:5 c) 8 : 3 d) 9 : 5 e) None of these

**Percentage of matches won out ****ot**** total matches played was highest for which ****ot**** the given ****team? **

a) India b) Australia c) Sri lanka d) Pakistan e) Cannot be determined

**Following ****is the information about number of ****cricket ****matches won, lost and draw by 4 ****team. ****(Each ****of ****the match played by each ****team ****is won, lost or draw) **

India: **Total number of matches played is 25 and number ****of ****matches won and draw are 20% and 30% less than number of matches lost respectively. **

Australia: **Number of matches lost by ****Australia ****is 50% of the number ****of ****matches lost by ****India. ****Number of matches won and draw by ****Australia ****is 20% more and 20% less than the number of matches lost by ****them ****respectively. **

Sri **lanka****: ****Number ****of ****matches won by ****India ****is 20% less than the number ****of ****matches won by ****Sri ****lanka****. ****The ratio ****of ****number of matches lost to the number of matches draw by ****Sri ****lanka** **is 2:3 and number ****of ****matches won by ****Sri ****lanka** **is equal to the sum ****of ****number ****of ****matches lost and draw by ****them ****together. **

Pakistan: **Total number of matches played by ****Pakistan ****is 80% of the total number ****of ****matches played by ****Sri ****lanka** **and ratio of the number of matches won, lost and draw by ****Pakistan ****is ****3:32. **

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