
question_answer1) The column graph shows the number of books (in thousands) sold by a shop owner during the first 6 months of a certain year. In which month is the number of books sold twice as many as those sold in February?
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B) April done
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C) May done
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D) June done
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question_answer2) The graph shows the number of rubber bands each child has. How many rubber bands must Leena give Mohan so that they have the same number of rubber bands?
A) .3 done
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B) 0 done
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C) 6 done
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D) 9 done
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question_answer3) The bar graph shows the number of pupils in a class taking part in a mathematics competition over five years. What is the amount collected over the five given years if the same fee of Rs. 30 per pupil is charged?
A) Rs. 1800 done
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B) Rs. 1200 done
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C) Rs. 6000 done
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D) Rs. 2400 done
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question_answer4) The bar graph shows the number of fruits sold by a grocer on different days. On which days did the grocer sell fewer than 100 fruits?
A) Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday done
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B) Monday, Tuesday and Thursday done
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C) Monday, Thursday and Friday done
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D) Wednesday, Thursday and Friday done
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question_answer5) The bar graph given shows the number of pupils present in class 5 in a week. How many more pupils were present on Tuesday than on Monday?
A) 8 done
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B) 34 done
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C) 6 done
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D) 40 done
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question_answer6) The bar graph shows the marks obtained by some students in a Maths test. How many students scored more than 84 marks?
A) 180 done
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B) 120 done
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C) 100 done
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D) 80 done
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question_answer7) The given pictograph shows the number of twowheelers sold by an automobile shop over 5 weeks. Between which two weeks is the increase in sale of twowheelers the maximum?
A) Week 4, Week 5 done
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B) Week 1, Week 2 done
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C) Week 2, Week 3 done
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D) Week 3, Week 4 done
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question_answer8) The given pictograph represents the number of visitors at a zoo on a certain day. If the entrance ticket costs Rs. 25, how much was collected from the sale of tickets on that day?
A) Rs. 12750 done
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B) Rs. 16250 done
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C) Rs. 15720 done
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D) Rs. 15270 done
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question_answer9) The bar graph shows the no. of boys and girls enrolled in four tuition centres. What would the total number of students enrolled at tuition centre P, if 46 more students want to enrol in it?
A) 346 done
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B) 356 done
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C) 296 done
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D) 256 done
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question_answer10) The incomplete pictograph shows the amount of money Dinesh spent on four days. If Dinesh spent Rs.250 on Saturday and on Sunday, how many symbols must be drawn in the pictograph for Sunday?
A) 5 done
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B) 6 done
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C) \[7\frac{1}{2}\] done
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D) \[5\frac{1}{2}\] done
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question_answer11) The bar graph shows the monthly salary of five friends. Each month, David spends half of his salary on food, clothes and conveyance. He gives Rs. 780 to his parents and saves the rest. What is David's savings in each month?
A) Rs. 370 done
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B) Rs. 740 done
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C) Rs. 470 done
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D) Rs. 570 done
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question_answer12) The circle chart shows the favourite hobbies of 120 students of class 4. \[\frac{1}{3}\] of the students like music and dance. How many students like dance, if 14 of them like music?
A) 26 done
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B) 14 done
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C) 40 done
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D) 54 done
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question_answer13) The circle graph shows the different modes of conveyance of the children of a certain school. If the school has 1600 students, how many of them use modes of conveyance other than school bus and taxi?
A) 1600 done
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B) 800 done
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C) 400 done
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D) 1200 done
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question_answer14) The tables given show the number of eggs sold by Ali and Ramesh from Monday to Thursday last week. Eggs sold by Ali
Day  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday 
Number of eggs sold  125  150  180  240 
Eggs sold by Ramesh Day  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday 
Number of eggs sold  160  235  110  185 
How many more eggs would Ali have to sell on Tuesday in order to match the number of eggs sold by Ramesh on the same day?
A) 85 done
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B) 65 done
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C) 90 done
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D) 70 done
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question_answer15) The table shows the number of eggs sold by Arif and Rajesh on four days of a week. On which days did Arif and Rajesh respectively sell 180 eggs?
Day  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday 
Number of eggs sold by Arif  175  250  180  240 
Number of eggs sold by Rajesh  180  285  210  285 
A) Wednesday, Monday done
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B) Monday, Wednesday done
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C) Monday, Thursday done
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D) Tuesday, Wednesday done
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question_answer16) How many more pupils were present on Thursday than on Friday?
A) 40 done
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B) 10 done
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C) 20 done
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D) 15 done
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question_answer17) The graph shows the number of shoppers at a shopping centre at various times of a particular day. How many more people were at the shopping Centre at 7.00 p.m. than at 5.00 p.m.?
A) 19 done
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B) 21 done
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C) 9 done
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D) 28 done
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question_answer18) Direction: The graph shows the number of marbles each child had. Prasad had twice as many marbles as which of the following?
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B) Hari done
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C) Mohan done
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D) Venkat done
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question_answer19) Direction: The graph shows the number of marbles each child had. If each marble cost 9 paise, how much less did Sanjay spend than Hari?
A) Rs. 0.36 done
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B) Rs. 3.60 done
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C) Rs. 36 done
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D) Rs. 360 done
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question_answer20) Direction: The picture graph given shows the number of houses built in a small town from 2008 to 2012. How many houses were built in 2008?
A) 12 done
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B) 4 done
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C) 8 done
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D) 32 done
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question_answer21) Direction: The picture graph given shows the number of houses built in a small town from 2008 to 2012. How many more houses were built in 2012 than in 2009?
A) 32 done
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B) 16 done
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C) 36 done
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D) 20 done
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question_answer22) The graph given shows the different types of sports the pupils in 2 classes participated in. How many more pupils cycled than swam in 5B?
A) 16 done
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B) 6 done
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C) 22 done
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D) 10 done
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question_answer23) The column graph given shows the number of books sold in a shop during 6 months of 2012. How many books were sold in total during the first four months?
A) 1460 done
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B) 1490 done
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C) 1070 done
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D) 1600 done
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question_answer24) The pie chart given illustrates the sales of four brands of milk: P, Q, R and S. If the total sales is 1080 tins. Calculate the sale of the most popular brand.
A) 720 tins done
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B) 610 tins done
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C) 510 tins done
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D) 480 tins done
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question_answer25) The bar graph given shows the number of pupils present in a class from Monday to Friday. There are 40 pupils in the class. There are 23 girls in the class. If 8 boys were absent on Friday, how many boys were present on that day?
A) 8 done
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B) 17 done
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C) 15 done
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D) 9 done
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question_answer26) If each stands for and each stands for 32, what does stand for?
A) 144 done
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B) 96 done
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C) 64 done
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D) 288 done
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question_answer27) Direction: The bar graph shows how Gopal spent his pocket money in a day. How much money did he spend altogether?
A) Rs. 245 done
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B) Rs. 355 done
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C) Rs. 345 done
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D) Rs. 285 done
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question_answer28) Direction: The bar graph shows how Gopal spent his pocket money in a day. If he had taken 7 trips by bus that day, what was his bus fare for each trip?
A) Rs. 11 done
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B) Rs. 12 done
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C) Rs. 25 done
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D) Rs. 15 done
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question_answer29) The graph given shows the marks Malathi scored for her midterm examination in each subject. In which subject was Malathi's performance the best?
A) Social Studies done
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B) Maths done
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C) Science done
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D) English done
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question_answer30) The incomplete pictograph shows the number of dairy milks collected by four girls. They collected 80 dairy milks altogether. represents 4 chocolates. How many need to be drawn to represent the number of dairy milks collected by Swetha?
A) 28 done
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B) 24 done
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C) 8 done
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D) 7 done
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question_answer31) The bar graph shows the number of books sold by Jayaram in 4 months. How many books did Jayaram sell in September and December?
A) 20 done
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B) 35 done
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C) 50 done
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D) 60 done
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question_answer32) The table given shows the number of pets 3 students have.
Pets 
Child  Number 
A  6 
B  8 
C  3 
Which graph shows the number of pets each child has?
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B) done
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C) done
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D) done
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question_answer33) The incomplete graph shows Dinesh's savings from May to August. Dinesh saved a total of Rs. 780 during the four months. The amount of money saved in July was as much as that saved in June. How much did he save in June?
A) Rs. 245 done
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B) Rs. 275 done
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C) Rs. 250 done
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D) Rs. 295 done
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question_answer34) The bar graph shows the number of cakes sold at a shop in four days. What is the difference in number of cakes between the highest and the lowest dally sale?
A) 20 done
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B) 35 done
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C) 30 done
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D) 40 done
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question_answer35) Look at the different kinds of houses in a town. Each unit represents 100 houses. What is the total number of houses in the town?
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B) 600 done
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C) 6000 done
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D) 60 done
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question_answer36) The graph given shows the runs scored by a batsman in a series. How many more runs did Rahul score than Laxman?
A) 25 done
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B) 50 done
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C) 75 done
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D) 100 done
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question_answer37) The incomplete pictograph shows the number of stamps collected by four pupils.

Each represents 5 stamps. 
They collected 100 stamps altogether. How many need to be drawn to represent the number of stamps
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B) 6 done
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C) 7 done
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D) 8 done
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question_answer38) If represents 12 men, how many men does represent?
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B) 50 done
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C) 6 done
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D) 60 done
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question_answer39) The pictograph shows the instruments played by the students in the Sri International School Band. How many students play saxophone?
A) 2 done
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B) 4 done
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C) 6 done
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D) 8 done
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question_answer40) The following bar chart represents the number of workers in four factories P, Q, R and S. Factory S has 300 workers. Find the total number of workers employed by the four factories.
A) 2000 done
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B) 1700 done
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C) 1200 done
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D) 1000 done
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