Dance Schools | Total number of students who have enrolled in the schools | Percentage of enrolled students who are learning Kathakali | Respective ratio of male and female students learning kathakali |

A | 450 | 30 | 7.8 |

B | 200 | 38 | 9:10 |

C | 500 | 24 | 5:19 |

D | 400 | 18 | 5:7 |

**What is the respective ratio between the total number of male students learning kathakali in schools A and D together and the total number of female students learning kathakali in the same schools together?**- 30 : 37
- 31 : 38
- 31 : 44
- 36 : 37
- 36 : 39

Answer: Option B.

Students who are learning Kathakali in A=135

Male who are learning Kathakali in A= 135*7/15=63

Female who are learning Kathakali in A= 135*8/15=72

Students who are learning Kathakali in D= 72

Male who are learning Kathakali in D= 30

Female who are learning Kathakali in D= 42

Required ratio= (63+30)/(72+42)= 93/114= 31/38**In school B, out of the number of students (both male & female) learning kathakali, 1/19 are below 15 years of age. If out of the total students who are below 15 years of age, 60% are female, what is the number of female students learning kathakali who are 15 years or above?**- 24
- 29
- 26
- 25
- Data insufficient

Answer: Option E.

As we don’t know the number of total students below 15 years of age we can’t find the answer. Hence, data insufficient.**What is the difference between the total number of male students learning Kathakali in schools B and C together and the total number of female students learning the same in the same schools together?**- 65
- 74
- 88
- 66
- 84

Answer: Option B.

Male students in learning Kathakali B=36

Male students in learning Kathakali C= 25

Total male students learning Kathakali in B and C=61

Female Students learning Kathakali in B= 40

Female Students learning Kathakali in C= 95

Total Female students learning Kathakali in B and C=135

Required difference= 135-61= 74**What is the average number of students learning dance forms (other than kathakali) in schools A, B and C?**- 289
- 297
- 285
- 283
- 273

Answer: Option E.

Students learning other dance form in A= 315

Students learning other dance form in B= 124

Students learning other dance form in C=380

Required average= 273**The number of students (both male & female) who are learning Kathakali in schools B and D together is approximately what percent less than the number of students (both male & female) who are learning the same in schools A and C together?**- 18
- 42
- 22
- 51
- 33

Answer: Option B.

Students learning kathakali in schools B and D= 76+72=148

Students learning kathakali in schools A and C= 135+120=255

% less= (255-148)/255*100= 42%Future-First Preparation Links**?% of (140.06*7.99679.92) = 330.01**- 70
- 90
- 75
- 50
- 60

Answer: Option C.

X% *(140*8-680)=330

X%=3/4

Hence, x=75%**40% of 859 + 86.01÷ 7.99 = ?**- 398
- 286
- 412
- 215
- 355

Answer: Option E.

40%of 860+86/8

= 40*860/100+86/8

=355**In a bag there are 7 red balls and 5 green balls. Three balls are picked at random. What is the probability that two balls are red and one is green in colour?**- 29/44
- 21/44
- 27/44
- 23/44
- 19/44

Answer: Option B

Following combinations will be valid:

RRG, RGR, GRR

Required probability= (3*7*6*5)/(12*11*10)

= 21/44**DIRECTIONS for question 9 to 10: Study the following information and answer the given question**D is the mother of S. S is the sister of T. T is the mother of R. R is the only son of J. J is the father of U. U is married to K.**How is J related to D?**- Brother-in-law
- Son-in-law
- Grandson
- Son
- Nephew

Answer: Option B.

According to question,

J is the Son-in –Law of D.**If R is the father of X, then how is K related to X?**- Father
- Aunt
- Uncle
- Father-in-law
- Mother

Answer: Option C.

According to the question,

If R is the Father of X, then K is the Uncle of X.