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If the expenditure on education is `1600 more than that of housing then the expenditure on food is :

b) Rs.12000

c) Rs.7000

d) Rs.3333

[(x * (70°-54°)]/360 = 1600

⇒ (x*16)/360 = 1600. ⇒ x=36000.

Expenditure on food =(120°/360) *36000 =12000.

The ratio of expenditure on food to savings is:

b) 3:1

c) 3:2

d) 10:9

If the total income of the family is Rs. 25,000, then the amount spent on Rent and Food together is

b) Rs.14750

c) Rs.11250

d) Rs.8500

What is the ratio of the expenses of Education to the expenses on Food?

b) 3:1

c) 3:5

d) 5:3

Expenditure on Rent is what percent of expenditure of Fuel?

b) 1.56

c) 1.67

d) 1.72

Which three expenditures together have central angle of 108??

b) Fuel, Education and Others

c) Clothing, Rend and Others

d) Education, Rent and Others

therefore 108°=30%

Fuel + Education + Others = 9 + 15 + 6

=30%

b) 60°

c) 90°

d) 180°

If the total amount spent on cricket and hocky together is Rs. 80,000, the total amount spent on sports is

b) Rs.2,00,000

c) Rs.2,50,000

d) Rs.3,00,000

Therefore 360?=(80000/144?)*360?

=Rs.200000

If the monthly income is Rs.36000, then the yearly savings is:

b) Rs.60000

c) Rs.74000

d) Rs.70000

Yearly savings = 6000*12 = 72000.

If the expenditure on education is `1600 more than that of housing then the expenditure on food is :

b) Rs.12000

c) Rs.7000

d) Rs.3333

[(x * (70°-54°)]/360 = 1600

⇒ (x*16)/360 = 1600. ⇒ x=36000.

Expenditure on food =(120°/360) *36000 =12000.