Data Interpretation Question Set for SBI Clerk exam - III

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Set 3

An exhibition featuring traditional clothes consists of men, ladies and kids sections. Each section is
allotted a square area and the perimeter of 3 sections adds up to 240m and is distributed as follows.
Data interpretation for SBI Clerk

Three types of bulbs are used to light up the entire area and they are distributed in accordance with the following criteria.
Bulb type
Distribution
LED
1 per 5 m2
CFL
1 per 25 m2
Incandescent
1 per each 4m of perimeter

Data interpretation for SBI Clerk difficult

1. What is the ratio between the areas of ladies, kids and gents sections?
a. 41.67:33.33:25
b. 20:16:12
c. 25:9:16
d. 16:9:25
e. Cannot be determined

2. If the furnishing of each square meter requires Rs.125, How much more money is required to furnish the gents area than the kids section?
a. Rs.22875
b. Rs.28175
c. Rs.21875
d. Rs.21975
e. RS.22250

3. What will be cost for lighting up the ladies section provided that each LED costs Rs.80, CFL Rs.75 and incandescent bulb Rs.12?
a. Rs.12175
b. Rs.12225
c. Rs.12715
d. Rs.12525
e. Rs.12515

4. What percentage of the LED bulbs is utilized to light up the kids section?
a. 16%
b. 17%
c. 14%
d. 20%
e. 18%

5. What will the total electricity consumption of the ladies and gents section together in a day provided that consumption of each LED is 0.2 units/day, CFL is 0.4units/day, and incandescent bulb is 1 unit/day respectively?
a. 102.5
b. 102.4
c. 105.5
d. 115.5
e. 112.5

Answers: 1.c 2.c 3.a 4.e 5.b

Solutions

Perimeter of a square= 4*length of its one side

Ladies: 41.67% of 240= 100m (each side is 25m and area is 625m2)

Gents: 33.33% of 240= 80m (each side is 20m and area is 400m2)

Kids: 25% of 240= 60m (each side is 15m and area is 225m2)

From the above data we can arrive create the following table.
Bulb type
Distribution
Ladies
Gents
Kids
Total
LED
1 per 5 m2
125
80
45
250
CFL
1 per 25 m2
25
16
9
50
Incandescent
1 per each 4m of perimeter
25
20
15
60
data interpretation set 3

1. Ratio between the areas of ladies, kids and gents sections is 625:225:400= 25:9:16 (c)

2. Area of gents section- Area of kids section= 400-225=175m2

Furnishing charge is Rs.125/m2

Expense for furnishing extra 175m2= 175*125= 21875 (c)

3. Cost for lighting up the ladies section = 125*80+ 25*75+ 25*12= Rs.12175 (a)

4. Percentage of the LED bulbs utilised to light up the kids section= (45/250)*100= 18% (e)

5. Total number of LED, CFL, and incandescent bulbs in ladies and gents section together is 205, 41, and 45 respectively.

Therefore the total electricity consumption in a day= 205*0.2+ 41*0.4+ 45*1

= 102.4 (b)

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9 comments:

  1. Ye itni tough di cat mein bhi nai ati h sir. Explanation and plz

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    1. Difficulty level is same as SBI PO

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    2. Sir......students ke jaan loge kya

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  2. Cat to job nhi deta hain but they will give us job

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  3. 4r1+4r2+4r3 = 240
    4r1 = (33.33 * 240)/100 =>r1 = 20
    similarly r2 = 25 and r3=15
    now area is asked therefore r1^2/r2^2/r3^2 = 400/625/225
    i have taken r1 r2 r3 in different pattern therefore pattern of answer is different but true answer is 25/9/16

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    1. You have to find ratios in the same order as given in the question. Here it is ladies:kids:gents.

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  4. 2nd part 20^2 - 15^2 = 175
    therefore costing = 175*125 = 21875

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  5. what is the calculation of Bulb Table?? Can some plz explain?

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  6. ye solve krne me 10-12 min lagg jaege quesn samjh ke

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