**Directions: ( 1 – 5) :** The following pie chart represents the break-up of Raju’s monthly Expenses.

**Q1. If Raju spent Rs 4500 more on food and transport together than he spent on rent, then Find his monthly expenses.**

(1) Rs. 20 ,000

(2) Rs. 15,000

(3) Rs. 30,000

(4) Rs. 40,000

(5) Rs. 35,000

**Q2. If Raju increased his savings, which is currently 10% of his income, by 20% and reduced his expenses by 20%, then his savings would be what percentage of his expenses?**

(1) 15%

(2) 25%

(3) 30%

(4) 10%

(5) None of These

**Q3. Raju spent 20% of his expenditure on ‘others’ on entertainment. This amounted to Rs 2100. Find his expenditure on education.**

(1) 4,500

(2) 5,000

(3) 7,000

(4) 6,500

(5) None of these

**Q4. Find the angle made by the expenditure on rent and ‘others’ put together.**

(1) 150^{0}

(2) 160^{0}

(3) 180^{0}

(4) 200^{0}

(5) None of these

**Q5. As prices dropped, Raju’s expenditure on clothes dropped by 10%. As a result of this, his expenditure on ‘others’ decreased from Rs 10,500 to Rs 10,290.What percentage of his expenditure on ‘others’ was spent on clothes?**

(1) 12%

(2) 30%

(3) 16%

(4) 20%

(5) None of these

Answer & Explanation

**1.**Percentage of his expenditure spent on rent =15%

Percentage of his expenditure spent on transport and food =30%

**Rs. 30,000**

**2.**Let his monthly income be Rs x.

**= 16.66%**

**3.**Expenditure on entertainment:

=20%of(35% of others)=7% of the total expenses

⇒ 2100=7% of total expenses

**= Rs. 6,000**

**4.**Total expenditure on rent and others:

=15%+35%

=50%

^{0}

**= 180**

^{0}**5.**Decrease in expenditure on ‘others’:

=10,500−10,290= Rs 210

⇒ initial expenditure on clothes:

**= 20%**