# Practice Questions on Pie ChartsData Interpretation

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At a famous Wax museum, visitors are allowed to enter or exit the museum only once every hour. On any day the visitors can enter only at any of the five scheduled "let-in" timings — 11:00 a.m., 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. and they can exit only at any of the five schedule "let-out" timings - 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

The following pie charts give the distribution of all the 1200 visitors to the museum, on 15 August 2007. Pie chart - 1 shows the percentage distribution of the total number of visitors as per the time at which they entered the museum. Pie chart - 2 shows the percentage distribution of the total number of visitors as per the times at which they exited the museum. Each visitor stays in the museum for at least one hour and none of the visitors visit the museum more than once in the day.

## Moderate Pie Charts Question - 1

 Q1. Common Information Question: 1/4 Of the visitors who entered the museum or exited the museum at 1:00 p.m., the number of visitors who stayed in the museum for not more than two hours is at most:
 A. 240 B. 360 C. 480 D. 540

## Moderate Pie Charts Question - 2

 Q2. Common Information Question: 2/4 The number of visitors who stayed in the museum for at least three hours, is at most:
 A. 240 B. 300 C. 360 D. 420

## Moderate Pie Charts Question - 3

 Q3. Common Information Question: 3/4 A group of students of a college entered together and exited together. If it is known that the group stayed in the museum for at least two hours, what is the maximum possible number of students in that group?
 A. 270 B. 300 C. 310 D. 360

## Moderate Pie Charts Question - 4

 Q4. Common Information Question: 4/4 If the number of people who stayed in the museum for exactly two hours is $x$, the minimum and maximum possible values of $x$ are:
 A. 150 and 660 B. 0 and 600 C. 150 and 720 D. 0 and 720

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Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The following pie charts give the values of the sales and expenses of five companies — $P, Q, R, S$ and $T$ — as a percentage of the total sales and expenses of these five companies put together.

$\text{Profit = Sales - Expenses}$
$\text{Profit percentage} = \left(\dfrac{\text{Profit}}{\text{Sales}}\right)×100$

## Moderate Pie Charts Question - 5

 Q5. Common Information Question: 1/5 Which of the companies had the highest profit percentage?
 A. $P$ B. $Q$ C. $R$ D. $\text{Cannot be determined}$
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