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The following table gives the percentage of marks obtained by seven students in six different subjects in an examination.

The Numbers in the Brackets give the Maximum Marks in Each Subject.

Table below can be scrolled horizontally

Student Subject (Max. Marks)
 

Maths
(150)

Chemistry
(130)

Physics
(120)

Geography
(100)

History
(60)

Computer Science
(40)

Ayush

90

50

90

60

70

80

Aman

100

80

80

40

80

70

Sajal

90

60

70

70

90

70

Rohit

80

65

80

80

60

60

Muskan

80

65

85

95

50

90

Tanvi

70

75

65

85

40

60

Tarun

65

35

50

77

80

80

Q.

Common Information Question: 2/5

The number of students who obtained 60% and above marks in all subjects is?

 A.

1

 B.

2

 C.

3

 D.

None

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Solution:
Option(B) is correct

Table below can be scrolled horizontally

Student Subject (Max. Marks)
 

Math.
(150)

Chem.
(130)

Phy.
(120)

Geo.
(100)

Hist.
(60)

Comp. Sc.
(40)

Ayush

90

50

90

60

70

80

Aman

100

80

80

40

80

70

Sajal

90

60

70

70

90

70

Rohit

80

65

80

80

60

60

Muskan

80

65

85

95

50

90

Tanvi

70

75

65

85

40

60

Tarun

65

35

50

77

80

80

From the table it is clear that only 2 students, Sajal and Rohit have 60% or more marks in each of the six subjects.

Hence Option B.


(3) Comment(s)


Ankit
 ()

The answer is correct. The table shows percentage marks obtained by each student for a given subject and not the absolute value.



Snehal
 ()

yes, the answer is wrong.....Answer should have been none



Karthiknimmagadda
 ()

(60/130 ) * 100 = 46% -- the answer is wrong. Please recheck.