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Directions (Question Nos. 1 to 4): The Expenditure of a family in a month is represented by a Pie-Chart. Read it and answer the questions.
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  1. If the total amount spent in Rs.7,200. Find the amount spent on food?
    (a) Rs.6000              (b) Rs.3000             (c) Rs.4500           (d) Rs.1500
  2. The ratio of the amount spent on food and clothes?
    (a) 4:1                        (b) 5:1                       (c) 2:5                     (d) 4:5
  3. The total money spent on clothes and miscellaneous items are:
    (a) Rs.900                (b) Rs.3600           (c) None of the option   (d) Rs.2000
  4. The % money spent on food compared to house rent is by?
    (a) 12.5%                  (b) 50%                   (c) 25%                              (d) None of the options
Anurag Mishra Professor Asked on 10th December 2015 in Maths.
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  1. Answer: (b) Rs. 3, 000

    Explanation:-
    If the total amount = Rs. 7, 200
    Then the amount spent on food = 7, 200 x 150/360
     = 20 x 150
     = Rs. 3, 000

    Hence, the correct answer is option (b) Rs. 3, 000.

  2.  Answer: (b) 5: 1

    Explanation:-

    The expenditure on food = 150 degree
    The expenditure on clothes = 30 degree

    Then ratio of the amount spent on foo and cloth  = 150/30
     = 5: 1

    Hence, the correct answer is (b) 5: 1. 

  3.  Answer: (c) None of the option

    Explanation:-

    The total money spent on clothes = 7, 200 x 30/360
      = 20 x 30
     = Rs. 600
    And total money spent on miscellaneous item = 7, 200 x 60/360
     = 20 x 60
     = Rs. 1, 200
    The total money spent on clothes and miscellaneous item = 1, 200 + 600
     = Rs. 1, 800 

    Hence, the correct answer is option (d) None of the option. 

  4.  Answer: (d) None of the option 

    Explanation:-
    The percentage of money spent on food = 150 x 100/360
      = 41.66%
    The percentage of money spent on house rent = 120 x 100/360
     = 100/%

    Hence, the correct answer is option (d) None of the option. 

Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 11th December 2015.
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