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The bar chart given below shows the number of students who cleared the two examinations, RRB Scale 1 and RRB Assistant over the years per every 1000 students who appeared in these exams.

Important for :

1

D

The total numbers of students appeared in RRB Scale I in 2016 was 2.5 lakhsIn the question, it is given that 280 out of 1000 students cleared the RRB Scale I examination

Then the total number of students out of 2.5 lakhs who cleared the examination

= | 280 × 250000 | = 70000 |

1000 |

Hence, option D is correct.

2

A

Number of students who applied in 2014 is 50% less than the number of students who applied in 2017Let the total number of students who applied in 2017 = 2x thousands

Then the total number of students who applied in 2014 = 50% less than 2x thousands = 50% of 2x thousands = x thousands

The total number of students who cleared both the examination together in 2014 = (120 + 145) out of 2000

So out of x thousands = 265 × | x |

2000 |

Similarly. The total number of students who cleared both the examination together in 2017

= (150 + 175) × | 2x | = | 650x |

2000 | 2000 |

The reqd. % = | [265x/2000] × 100 |

[650x/2000] |

= | 265 × 100 | = 40.77% approximately |

650 |

Hence, option A is correct.

3

E

Since we don’t know how many students applied for RRB Scale I examination in 2015 of RRB assistant examination in that year so it is not possible to find the required percentage.Hence, option E is correct.

4

C

Let the total number of students applied for RRB Assistant examination over the years = 4x thousandsThen the total number of students applied for RRB Scale I examination over the years = 75% of 4x thousands = 3x thousands

According to the question, the total number of students cleared RRB Scale I examination over the years = 790 out of 5000

So out of 3x thousands = | 790 × 3x |
........(i) |

5000 |

And, the total number of students cleared RRB assistant examination over the years = 610 out of 5000

So out of 4x thousands = | 610 ×4x |
........(ii) |

5000 |

The reqd. ratio = | 790 × 3x | : | 610 × 4x | = 237 : 244 |

5000 | 5000 |

Hence, option C is correct.

5

C

The total number of students who applied in 2017 = 7.5 lakhsthe respective ratio of the number of students who applied RRB Scale I and RRB assistant 7 : 8

so, the number of students applied for RRB Scale I

= | 7 × 7.5 | = 3.5 lakhs |

15 |

and the number of students applied for RRB assistant

= | 8 × 7.5 | = 4 lakhs |

15 |

the number of students who cleared RRB Scale I examination in 2017 = 150 out of 1000

so out of 3.5 lakhs = | 150 × 3.5 lakhs |

1000 |

similarly, the number of students who cleared RRB Assistant examination

= | 175 × 4 lakhs |

1000 |

The reqd. ratio = | 150 × 3.5 lakhs | : | 175 × 4 lakhs | = 3 : 4 |

1000 | 1000 |

Hence, option C is correct.

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