# Data Interpretation-One

**DATA INTERPRETATION --ONE**

**Qs. 1-5. Study the following table to answer the given questions.**

1. For Programme B, for how many years is the per cent of Qualified to Applied more than 10?

(1) One (2) Two (3) Three

(4) None (5) None of these

2. For Programme C, what is

**approximate**percentage of Qualified over Appeared for the given years?(1) 68 (2) 70 (3) 60 (4) 55 (5) 65

3. In 2000, for Programme B, what is the respective ratio of Applied and Appeared?

(1) 3 : 2 (2) 5 : 7 (3) 7 : 5 (4) 2 : 3 (5) None of these

4. For Programme A, which year is the percentage of Qualified to Appeared the maximum?

(1) 2005 (2) 2001 (3) 2004 (4) 2006 (5) None of these

5. For Programme B, which year is the percentage of Appeared to Applied the maximum?

(1) 2006 (2) 2000 (3) 2003 (4) 2004 (5) None of these

6. For Company A, how much is the per cent increase in production in 2000 from 1999?

(1) 0.25 (2) 2.5 (3) 25 (4) 12.5 (5) None of these

7. How many units is the total production of Company A for the given years?

(1) 9 crores (2) 17.75 crores (3) 12.25 crores (4) 11 crores

(5) None of these

8. What is the difference in units produced by the two companies in 1999?

(1) 1,50,00,000 (2) 15,00,00,000 (3) 15,00,000

(4) 15,000 (5) None of these

9. How many units is the

**approximate average**production of Company B for the given years?(1) 3 crores (2) 2.55 crores (3) 2.75 crores (4) 2.25 crores

(5) 2.34 crores

10. In which year did both the companies have

**no**change in production from the previous year?(1) 2000 (2) 2002 (3) 2003 (4) 2004 (5) None of these

11. What was the total marks obtained by boys in History from School Q?

1. 900 2.1000 3. 800 4. 1300 5. None of these.

12. In which of the following subjects did the girls have highest average percentage of marks from all the schools?

1. Science 2. Geography 3. English 4. History 5. Mathematics

13. The pooled average marks of both boys and girls in all the subjects was minimum from which of the following schools?

1. Q 2. P 3. T 4. S 5. R

14. In the case of which of the following schools was total marks obtained by girls in Mathematics 100% more than the total marks obtained by boys in History?

1. R 2. S 3. P 4. Q 5. T

15. What was the difference between the total marks obtained in Mathematics by boys from School R and the girls from School S?

1. Nil 2. 1100 3. 100 4.1200 5. None of these.

16. Approximately what percentage change is expected in the company’s total revenue in 2001 over the previous year’s?

1. 1. 355. 2. 31%. 3. 38%. 4. 28%. 5. 245.

17. In which of the following years growth in profit after tax is minimum?

1. 1998. 2. 1999. 3. 2000. 4. 20001. 5. None of these.

18. In which of the following years growth per cent of total revenue was maximum?

1. 1998. 2. 1999. 3. 2000. 4. 20001. 5. None of these.

19. In the year 2000 profit after tax is approximately what percent of total revenue?

1. 9%. 2. 12%. 3. 14%. 4. 18%. 5. 205.

20. If a person has 500 shares, what approximate will be his gain (in Rs.) in 2001?

1. 18000. 2. 20000. 3. 21000. 4. 23000. 5. 25000.

21.Which of the components shows continuous growth over the period.

1. B. 2. C. 3. D. 4. E. 5. None of these.

22. Production of F in April was approximately what percent of production of B in June?

1.75%. 2. 79%. 3. 83%. 4. 865. 5. 715.

23. Growth rate of which of the components was maximum in June?

1. A. 2. C. 3. E. 4. F. 5. G.

24. What percent of growth in production did component C have over the entire period?

1. 114%. 2. 112%. 3. 109%. 4. 104%. 5. 214%.

25. Production of component d in the month of March was what percent of production of G in the month of April?

**78%. 2. 82%. 3. 92%. 4. 88%. 5. 84%.**

26. What is the angle of pie-diagram showing the expenditure incurred in paying the royalty?

1. 15 deg. 2. 24 deg. 3. 54 deg. 4. 48 deg. 5. None of these.

27. The marked price of a book is 20% more than the cost price. If the marked price of the book be Rs.30, what is the cost of paper used in a single copy of the book?

1. Rs.6 2. Rs.5 3. Rs.4.50 4. Rs.6.50 5. None of these.

28. Which two expenditures together will form an angle of 108 deg at the centre of the pie-diagram?

1. A and E 2. B and E 3. A and D 4. D and E 5. None of these.

29. If the difference between two expenditure be represented by 18 deg. in the pie diagram, these expenditure are:

1. B and E 2. A and C 3. B and D 4. A and B 5. None of these.

30. What is the angle of pie-diagram showing the expenditure incurred in Printing ?

1.72 deg. 2. 36 deg. 3.25 deg. 4. 90 deg. 5. None of these.

31. What percent of seats did party B gain in 1984?

1. 685. 2. 72%. 3. 62%. 4. 67%. 5. 59%.

32. Which of the two parties could join hands to form a government in 1996 if A and B opposed each other?

1. B and D. 2. B and c. 3. A and E. 4. A and c. 5. None of these.

33. What approximate percent of growth did the party a have in 1996 over the previous election?

1. 60%. 2. 65%. 3. 75%. 4. 805. 5. 70%.

34. In the year 1984 part D got approximately what percent seats with respect of Party B?

1. 10%. 2. 15%. 3. 20%. 4. 25%. 5. 30%.

35. No of seats of party B declined by what percent in 1991 with respect of 1989?

1. 18.8%. 2. 20%. 3. 26%. 4. 30.7%. 5. 32.6%.

36 What is the approximate average percentage of failed students?

1. 47 2.59 3. 41 4. 35 5. 53

37 In which of the following years the no. of students who did not appear at the exam is the highest?

1. 94 2. 95 3. 96 4. 97 5. 98

38. Which of the following years shows the best performance of the passed students?

1. 94 2.95 3.96 4.97 5.98

39. How many years have the no. of students appeared at the exam more than the average?

- 1 2. 2 3. 3 4. 4 5. 5

40. The no. of students failed in 1996 is how many times the no. of failed students in 1998?

1. 0.95 2. 1.05 3. 1.12 4. 0.89 5. None of these.

41. What is the

**approximate**difference between the average number of students in the age group of 4-7 years from all the schools and the average number of students in the age group of 12-15 years from all theschools?

(1) 60 (2) 58 (3) 66 (4) 68 (5) 63

42. The total number of students studying in school H is what per cent of the total number of students studying in school I? (Rounded off to two digits after

decimal)

(1) 85.16 (2) 84.12 (3) 88.88 (4) 86.11 (5) None of these

43. The number of students studying in school J in the age group of 12-15 years are

**approximately**what per cent of the total number of students in other age groups together from the same school?(1) 32 (2) 41 (3) 28 (4) 37 (5) 47

44. What is the

**approximate**average number of students studying in all the schools together?(1) 8329 (2) 8313 (3) 8317 (4) 8309 (5) 8333

45. What is the respective ratio of the number of students in the age-group of 8-11 years studying in schools H and I together to the number of students from the same age-group studying in schools J and K together?

(1) 27 : 23 (2) 27 : 25 (3) 25 : 23 (4) 23 : 21 (5) None of these

46. What is the respective ratio of the number of students from the discipline of Arts and Commerce together from college A to the number of students from

the same disciplines from college B?

(1) 6 : 11 (2) 7 : 9 (3) 2 : 3 (4) 7 : 10 (5) None of these

47. What is the difference between the total number of students from the discipline of Arts from all the colleges together and the total number of students from the discipline of Science from all the colleges together?

(1) 22874 (2) 23863 (3) 22963 (4) 23874 (5) None of these

48. What is the average number of students from the discipline of Commerce from all the colleges together?

(1) 9745 (2) 9735 (3) 9720 (4) 9750 (5) None of these

49. Which college has the least number of students from the discipline of Science?

(1) A (2) C (3) E (4) D (5) None of these

50. The number of students from the discipline of Arts from college D are

**approximately**what per cent of the number of students from the discipline ofCommerce from the same college?

- 61 (2) 58 (3) 53 (4) 63 (5) 49

**ANSWERS AND EXPLANATIONS-DATA INTERPRETATION-ONE**

- (2) 2. (3) 3. (1) 4. (4) 5. (5) 6. (3) 7. (4) 8. (1) 9. (2) 10. (4)

11. (1) 12. (1) 13. (4) 14. (2) 15. (2) 16. (2) 17. (3) 18. (1) 19. (4) 20. (3)

21. (4) 22. (2) 23. (1) 24. (4) 25. (2) 26. (3) 27. (2) 28. (3) 29. (4) 30. (5)

31. (3) 32. (4) 33. (5) 34. (3) 35. (3) 36. (3) 37. (3) 38. (5) 39. (3) 40. (2)

41. (5) 42. (4) 43. (1) 44. (2) 45. (3) 46. (4) 47. (5) 48. (1) 49. (4) 50. (2)

**EXPLANATORY ANSWERS**

16. (3) By adding 31, 33, 35, 37, 39... we get the nos

∴ Reqd. no. = 336 + 39 = 375

17. (4) 10 22 8 24 6 x

There are two series, 10, 8, 6,... 8, 22, 24 ∴ x = 26

18. (1) All are cubes 33, 43, 53, 63, 73

∴ Reqd. no = 83 = 512

19. (5) By adding 11.5, 12.5, 13.5, 14.5, 15.5, we get nos

∴ Reqd. no. = 112.5 + 15.5 = 128

20. (2) By adding 11, 22, 33, 44, 55 we get the series

∴ Reqd. no. = 206 + 55 = 261

31. 3; Percentage of party B in 1984 =

__202 × 100__= 62% 325

32. 4; To form a govt. minimum number required >

__325__, i.e., more than or equal to 263. 2

33. 5; Percentage growth of party A in 1996 =

__152 – 89__× 100 = 70% 89

34. 3 ; Percentage of party D in 1984 w.r.t. B =

__40__× 100 = 20%202

35. 3; Percentage decline of party B in 1991 =

__184 – 136__× 100 = 26%184

Qn.37. 3; . For 94 no.of students absented (in thousands) – 4,

For year 95 ---4. For year 96 --- 8. For year 97 –6 For year 98 ---6.

Qn.38. 5; Best performance of the passed students – highest percentage of passed students.

Qn.39. 3; Average no. of students appeared at the examination (in thousands) =

198 + 200 + 202 + 202 + 206 divided by 5 = 1008/5 = 201.6.

So years in which students appeared less than average – 97,97, & 98.

Qn.40. 2; The no. of students failed in 96 = 90 X 1000

The no. of students failed in 1998 = 86 X 1000

Ratio = 90/86 = 1.05.

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