Interpretation and Analysis of Graph MCQs in English for UP PET Exam 2024 – 2025. 10 Marks Questions, will be asked in UPSSSC PET Exam. All type Graphs (Pie, Line, Bar) with solved questions practice set.

##### Directions: 1 to 5: Details of a country’s statistics of a particular year are given below. Read the pie chart and model the answer.

**Question 1- If the total amount spent by the Government during the year was Rs 1,00,000 cores, then the amount spent on health and education together was.**

A) Rs 25,000 crore

B) Rs 20,000 crore

C) Rs 30,000 crore

D) Rs 15,000 crore

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100 % = 360°

100% = = 36 °

Corresponding angle for expenditure on health and education

= 36 + 54 = 90°

360° =Rs 100000 crore

90° =

= Rs 25000 crore

Hence, the correct option is (a).

**Question 2- If the total amount spent by the Government during the year was Rs 3,00,000 cores, the amount spent on state development exceeds that on sports by?**

A) Rs 30, 000 crore

B) Rs 45, 000 crore

C) Rs 35, 000 crore

D) Rs 25, 000 crore

###### Show Answer

Expenditure on state development =15%

100% = 360°

15% = 15 = 54°

Expenditure on (state development-sports)

= 54° – 18° = 36°

∴ Required amount

= Rs crore

= Rs 30,000 crore

**Question 3-The percent of less money spent on non-plan than that on defence is**.

A) 15 %

B) 5 %

C) 12%

D) none of these

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Expenditure on defence

= 15% = 54°

Required percent

= %

Hence, none of the given options is correct.

**Question-4 The percent of excess money spent on others than that on sports is.**

A) 26%

B) 25%

C) none of theses

D) 28%

###### Show Answer

Amount spent on sports = 18° = 18 × (5/18)% = 5%

Amount spent on others = 30%∴ The percent of excess money spent on others than the on the Sports = 25%

**Question 5 : The percent of the total spending that is spent on health is**.

A)15%

B) 20%

C) 25%

D) 30%

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**Ans :**15%

Expenditure on health = 54°

360° = 100%

54° = %

Hence, the correct option is (a).

##### Directions (6–10): The pie chart shows how the school fund is spent under different heads in a certain school. Using the below pie chart answer the questions.

**Question 6 : What percentage of the total expense is spent on library?**

A) 24.3

B) 24

C) 20

D) 16.6

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Corresponding angle of expenditure on library = 60°

Required percent =

= %

Hence, the correct option is (d).

**Question 7 :Which head uses 25% of the funds?**

A) Sports

B) Miscellaneous

C) Library

D) Art and Craft

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100% = 360°

25% = = 90°

**Question 8 : Which heads have the same amount of expenditure?**

A) Library and Science

B) Sports and Science

C) Science and Miscellaneous

D) Miscellaneous and Library

###### Show Answer

Corresponding angle of expense on library = 60°

Corresponding angle of expense on science = 60°

**Question 9 : Which head has the maximum expenditure?**

A) Art and Craft

B) Sports

C) Library

D) Science

###### Show Answer

Corresponding angle of expense on sports = 120°

**Question 10 : What is the ratio of expenditure on sports to that on art and craft?**

A) 1 : 1

B) 4 : 3

C) 1 : 4

D) 2 : 1

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Required ratio = 120° : 90° = 4 : 3

Hence, the correct option is (b)

##### Directions (11–15): The following pie chart shows the monthly expenditure of a family on food, house rent, clothing, education, and fuel and miscellaneous. Study the pie chart and answer the?

**Question 11 : If the expenditure for food is Rs 9000, then the expenditure for education is : **

A) Rs 5000

B) Rs 5200

C) Rs 5400

D) Rs 6000

Ans : C) 5400

###### Show Answer

30 % = Rs 9000

= Rs 5400

**Question 12 : The central angle of the sector for the expenditure on fuel (in degrees) is.**

A) 50.4

B) 54

C) 57.6

D) 72

###### Show Answer

100% = 360°

15% = = 54°

**Question 13 :If the expenditure on fuel is Rs 3000, then the total expenditure excluding expenditure on house rent and education is.**

A) Rs 11600

B) Rs 12000

C) Rs 12400

D) Rs 12500

###### Show Answer

Percentage expenditure on

house rent + education = 38% = 100 – 38 = 62 %

15 % = Rs 3000

62 % =

= Rs 12400

**Question 14 : If the percentage of expenditure on food is x% of the total percentage of expenditure on clothing, education and fuel, then x equals.**

A) 66

B)

C)

D) 67

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**solutions :**30 % = x % of (12 + 18 + 15 ) %

30 =

x =

= %

**Question 15: Total percentage of expenditure on house rent, clothing and fuel is greater than the percentage of expenditure on food by**.

A) 16

B) 17

C) 18

D) 20

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Solution :

House rent + clothing + fuel = 20 + 12 + 15 – 47 %

Food = 30 %

Difference = 47 – 30 = 17%

##### Directions (16–20): The following graph shows production (in thousands) of two types (P and Q) of vehicles by a factory over the years 2019 to 2024. Study the graph and answer the given questions.

**Question 16 : In how many of the given years, was the production of Type P vehicles of the company more than the average production of this type vehicle in the given years ?**

A) 3

B) 4

C) 2

D) 5

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Average production of type P vehicles

=

= thousands

Required years 2022, 2023 and 2024

**Question 17 : Approximate percentage decrease in production of Type Q vehicles from 2020 to 2021 is :**

A) 10.1

B) 16.7

C) 14.3

D) 12.5

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Solution : Required percentage decrease

= 100

=

= 16.7 %

**Question 18 : The total production of Type P vehicles in the years 2019 and 2021 is what percent of total production of Type Q vehicles in 2020 and 2024**

A) 75

B) 69.25

C) 80

D) 81.25

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**Ans C) : 80**

solution: Total production of type P vehicles in 2019 and 2021

= 100 + 200 = 300 thousands

Total production of type Q vehicles in 2020 and 2024

= 150 + 225 = 375 thousands

Required percent

= = 80 %

**Question 19 : The ratio of total production of Type P vehicles to the total production of Type Q vehicles over the years is .**

A) 48 : 41

B) 5 : 8

C) 8 ; 5

D) 41 : 48

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Total production of Type P vehicles = 1200 thousands

Total production of Type Q vehicles

= 175 + 150 + 125 + 175 + 175 + 225

= 1025

Required ratio

= 1200 : 1025 = 48 : 41

**Question 20 :The production of Type Q vehicles in 2020 was approximately what percent of Type P vehicles in 2024?**

A) 60

B) 45.5

C) 54.5

D) 75

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Required percent

= %

##### Directions (21–25): Study the following bar graph and answer the questions.

**Question 21 : The number of years, the production of fertilizers was more than average production of the given years is.**

A) 4

B) 2

C) 1

D) 3

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= ( )ten thousand tonnes

= = 55 ten thousand tonnes

**Question 22 : The average production of 2016 and 2017 is exactly equal to the average production of the year.**

A) 2015 and 2021

B) 2015 and 2019

C) 2019 and 2020

D) 2020 and 2021

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Total production in 2016 and 2017 = 40 + 60 = 100 ten thousand tonnes

Total production in 2015 and 2021 = 25 + 75 = 100 ten thousand tonnes

**Question 23 :The percentage increase in production of fertilizers in 2022 compared to that in 2015 is .**

A) 220%

B) 180%

C) 240%

D) 200%

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percentage increase = 100

= = 220 %

**Question 24 : The percentage increase in production as compared to previous year is maximum in the year.**

A)2019

B)2016

C)2017

D)2022

###### Show Answer

Percentage increase in 2017 = 100

= 50%

Percentage increase in 2016 =

= = 60%

**Question 25 : The percentage decline in the production of fertilizers from 2017 to 2018 is .**

A) 26 %

B) 25%

C) 27.5%

D) 23 %

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**25%**

percentage decrease =

= 60%

##### Directions (26–30): The following bar chart shows the sales of a company XYZ (in Rs crore). Study the chart and answer the following questions.

**Question 26 : Total sales in 2nd and 3rd years together is.**

A) 2688 crore

B) 2888 crore

C) 2788 crore

D) 2488 crore

###### Show Answer

sales = (1773 + 1115) crore

2888 crore

**Question 27 : The second highest sale is in the year.**

A) 10

B) 9

C) 8

D) 7

###### Show Answer

It is obvious from the bar diagram.

**Question 28 : The second least sale is in year.**

A) 2

B) 3

C) 6

D) 4

###### Show Answer

Clear from the graph.

**Question 29 :The mean of the highest and the lowest sale (in Rs crore) is.**

A) Rs 4922.5

B) Rs 4827

C) Rs 4365

D) Rs 4922

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average =

=

= Rs 4827

**crore**

**Question 30 : The sale in the year 4 is less than the sale in the year 8, by.**

A) 3608 Rs

B) 3504 Rs

C) 3127 Rs

D) 3427 Rs

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Required difference

= (5345 -1841) crores

= 3504 crore

Graph MCQs in English for UP PET Exam

##### Directions (31–35): Study the bar chart given below and answer the following questions:

**Question 31 :In 2024, the approximate percentage of profit/loss of all the five companies taken together is equal to**

A) 6.88 % loss

B) 4.88% profit

C) 6.48 % profit

D) 4 % loss

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Total Income = (35 + 50+ 40+ 40 +50)

**crores**Rs

= 215

**crores Rs**

Total expenditure = (45 +40 + 45 + 30 + 45 )

**crores Rs**

= 205

**crores Rs**

Profit percent

= 100

= 100

= = 4.88 %

**Question 32 : If the income of company Q in 2024 was 10% more than that in 2023 and the company had earned a profit of 20% in 2023, then its expenditure in 2023 (in crores) was. **

A) 34.43

B) 28.28

C) 29.09

D) 30.30

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Income of company Q in2023

=

**crores Rs**

If expenditure in 2000 be Rs x crores,

Profit % = 100

= 100

=

=

**Rs 30.30**

**crores**Rs

**Question 33 : The company earning the maximum percentage of profit in the year 2024 is.**

A) Q

B) M

C) N

D) P

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It is obvious from the bar diagram.

Profit percent of company Q

=

= = 33.3 %

**Question 34 :The companies M and N together had a percentage of profit/loss of.**

A) No loss and no profit

B) 12% loss

C) 10 % loss

D)10 % profit

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Total income of companies M and N

= (35 + 50)

**crores**

= 85

**crores**

Total expenditure

= ( 45 + 40)

**crores**

= 85

**crores**

**Question 35 :For company R, if the expenditure had increased by 20% in the year 2024 from the year 2023 and the company had earned profit of 10% in 2023, the company’s income in 2023 was (Rs in crore)**

A) 41.67

B) 35.75

C) 41.25

D) 38.5

###### Show Answer

Expenditure of company R in 2023

crore

Let the income of company in 2023 be x crores

x = 37.5 + 3.75

= 41.25 crore Rs

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