**Directions: ( 1 – 5) :** The following pie chart represents the break-up of Raju’s monthly Expenses.

**1. If Raju spent Rs 4500 more on food and transport together than he spent on rent, then Find his monthly expenses.**

a) Rs. 20 ,000

b) Rs. 15,000

c) Rs. 30,000

d) Rs. 40,000

e) Rs. 35,000

**2. If Raju increased his savings, which is currently 10% of his income, by 20% and reduced his expenses by 20%, then his savings would be what percentage of his expenses (approx.)?**

a) 15%

b) 25%

c) 30%

d) 17%

e) 20%

**3. Raju spent 20% of his expenditure on ‘others’ on entertainment. This amounted to Rs 2100. Find his expenditure on education.**

a) 4,500

b) 5,000

c) 7,000

d) 6,500

e) None of these

**4. Find the angle made by the expenditure on rent and ‘others’ put together.**

a) 150°

b) 160°

c) 180°

d) 200°

e) None of these

**5. As prices dropped, Raju’s expenditure on clothes dropped by 10%. As a result of this, his expenditure on ‘others’ decreased from Rs 10,500 to Rs 10,290.What percentage of his expenditure on ‘others’ was spent on clothes?**

a) 12%

b) 30%

c) 16%

d) 20%

e) None of these

**Direction(6 – 10):** The following line graph gives the annual percent profit earned by a Company during the period 1995 – 2000.

%Profit = [(Income – Expenditure)/ (Expenditure)] x 100

**6. If the expenditures in 1996 and 1999 are equal, then the approximate ratio of the income in 1996 and 1999 respectively is?**

a) 1:1

b) 2:3

c) 13:14

d) 9:10

e) None of these

**7. If the income in 1998 was Rs. 264 crores, what was the expenditure in 1998?**

a) Rs. 104 crores

b) Rs. 145 crores

c) Rs. 160 crores

d) Rs. 185 crores

e) None of these

**8. In which year is the expenditure minimum?**

a) 2000

b) 1997

c) 1996

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of these

**9. If the profit in 1999 was Rs. 4 crores, what was the profit in 2000?**

a) Rs. 4.2 crores

b) Rs. 6.2 crores

c) Rs. 6.8 crores

d) Cannot be determined

e) None of these

**10. What is the average profit earned for the given years?**

a) 50 2/3

b) 55 5/6

c) 60 1/6

d) 33 5/3

e) None of these