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## 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.