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Directions (1-3) : The distribution of fruit consumption in a sample of 72 seventeen – year – old girls is given in the graph below. Study the graph and answer the questions.
Distribution of fruit consumption
Q1. How many of these girls ate fewer than two servings per day?
d) none of these
Required number of girls = 15 + 10 = 25
Q2. What percent of these girls ate six or more servings per day?
a) 12.5 %
b) 13 %
c) 10 %
d) 11 %
Q3. How many of these girls ate more than two servings but less than six servings per day?
Required number of girls = 10 + 8 + 5 = 23
Q4. The following pie-chart shows the monthly expenditure of a family on food, clothing, rent, miscellaneous expenses and savings. What is the central angle for savings?
Q5. The pie – chart gives the expenditure (in percentage) on various items and savings of a family during a month. Monthly savings of the family is 3. 000. On which item is the expenditure maximum and how much is it?
a) Others, 2.000
b) Food, 3.000
c) Others, 5.000
d) Food, 5.000
Q6. Solve for x:
3x – 3x-1 = 486.
3x – 3x-1 = 486
Q7. What is the value of
Q9. If x (x – 3) = – 1, than the value of x3 (x3 – 18) is
a) - 1
Q.10 If xsin260o – (3/2)sec60o.tan230o + (4/5)sin245o tan260o = 0, then x is
b) - 4
c) – (4/15)
d) - 2
xsin260o – (3/2)sec60o.tan230o + (4/5)sin245o tan260o = 0
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