Given below is the percentage distribution of number of students from 5 different colleges
attended different number of seminars.
attended different number of seminars.
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1) The number of students from college P who attended more than 2 seminars is approximate what
percent less than the number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars if the
number of student who attended 2 seminars from college P is 48. And the number of students of
college S who attended 6 seminars is 14 more than the number of students from college P, who
attended 1 seminar ?
percent less than the number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars if the
number of student who attended 2 seminars from college P is 48. And the number of students of
college S who attended 6 seminars is 14 more than the number of students from college P, who
attended 1 seminar ?
Correct!
Wrong!

2) If the ratio between the no. of students who attended 1 seminar and the no. of students who
attend 2 seminars from college S is 9 : 4, and the difference between the same is 35 Then ᨾnd the
persons from this college who attended at most 4 seminars.
attend 2 seminars from college S is 9 : 4, and the difference between the same is 35 Then ᨾnd the
persons from this college who attended at most 4 seminars.
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Wrong!

3) The number of students from college P who attended more than 2 seminars is approximate what
percent less than the number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars if the
number of student who attended 2 seminars from college P is 48. And the number of students of
college S who attended 6 seminars is 14 more than the number of students from college P, who
attended 1 seminar ?
percent less than the number of students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars if the
number of student who attended 2 seminars from college P is 48. And the number of students of
college S who attended 6 seminars is 14 more than the number of students from college P, who
attended 1 seminar ?
Correct!
Wrong!

4) Total no. of students from college P who attended atmost 2 seminars is equal to the sum of
number of students from college T who attended 1 seminar and the number of students from the
same college who attended 6 seminars. Then the total number of students from college P is what
percent of total no. of student from college T ?
number of students from college T who attended 1 seminar and the number of students from the
same college who attended 6 seminars. Then the total number of students from college P is what
percent of total no. of student from college T ?
Correct!
Wrong!

5) If the number of students from college R who attended at most 3 seminars is equal to number of
students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars and the total number of students from
College S is 114. Then Find the number of students from college R who attended 3 seminars.
students from college S who attended at least 3 seminars and the total number of students from
College S is 114. Then Find the number of students from college R who attended 3 seminars.
Correct!
Wrong!

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