# Pie Charts Questions and Answers Home > Diagrammatic Tests > Data Interpretation > Pie Charts >Pie Chart Questions The following pie-chart shows the sources of funds to be collected by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) for its Phase II projects. Study the pie-chart and answers the question that follow.

Sources of funds to be arranged by NHAI for Phase II projects (in Yen.) Near about 20% of the funds are to be arranged through:

A. SPVS
B. External Assistance
C. Annuity
D. Market Borrowing

Explanation:

20% of the total funds to be arranged = (20% of 57600) Yen

= 11520 Yen

~= 11486 Yen

11486 Yen is the amount of funds to be arranged through External Assistance. If NHAI could receive a total of 9695 Yen as External Assistance, by what percent (approximately) should it increase the Market Borrowing to arrange for the shortage of funds?

A. 4.5%
B. 7.5%
C. 6%
D. 8%

Explanation:

Shortage of funds arranged through External Assistance

Therefore = (11486 - 9695) Yen = 1791 Yen

Therefore Increase required in Market Borrowing = 1791 Yen

Percentage increase required = (1791/29952)x100% = 5.98% ~= 6%.  If the toll is to be collected through an outsourced agency by allowing a maximum 10% commission, how much amount should be permitted to be collected by the outsourced agency, so that the project is supported with 4910 Yen?

A. 6213 Yen
B. 5827 Yen
C. 5401 Yen
D. 5316 Yen

Explanation:

Amount permitted = (Funds required from Toll for projects of Phase II) + (10% of these funds)

= 4910 Yen+ (10% of 4910) Yen

= (4910 + 491) Yen

= 5401 Yen The central angle corresponding to Market Borrowing is

A. 52�
B. 137.8�
C. 187.2�
D. 192.4�

Explanation:

Central angle corresponding to Market Borrowing = (29952/57600)x360�= 187.2� The approximate ratio of the funds to be arranged through Toll and that through Market Borrowing is

A. 2 : 9
B. 1 : 6
C. 3 : 11
D. 2 : 5

Explanation:

Required ratio = 4910/29952

= 1/6.1

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