Data Interpretation Question Set II - High Difficulty

In a series of providing Data Interpretation question sets of high difficulty. Today I am going to share second set in this series.


1. Total sales of copper in 2003 and 2004 constitute what percentage of the average sales of silver in 2004 and 2005.
a. 150%
b. 160%
c. 155%
d. 175%
e. 180%

2. What will be the sales of gold in 2006 if it’s equal to the average sales of gold in 2002,2004 and 2005 together?
a. 88 2/3
b. 83 1/3
c. 88 1/3
d. 83 2/3
e. 83 2/5

3. What will be the total sales of all three in 2006 if it is equal to the 1.5 times the sum of average sales of silver in 2002-2003 and copper in 2003-2004?
a. 424.4
b. 444.5
c. 442.5
d. 454.5
e. 445.2

4. Sales of silver in all four years constitute what percentage of the total sales of gold and copper in 2003-2004.
a. 143%
b. 141%
c. 136%
d. 134%
e. 131%

5. What is the ratio between the total sales of silver in 2003-2004 to the difference between the average sales of copper and gold in 2002-2003 is?
a. 68:25
b. 25:68
c. 34:13
d. 41:15
e. 13:34

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

Solutions

1. Total sales of copper in 2003 and 2004= 160+160= 320 tonnes
Average sales of silver in 2004 and 2005= (180+220)/2= 200 tonnes
Percentage= (320/200)*100= 160% (b)
2. Average sales of gold in 2002, 2004 and 2005 together= (60+110+80)/3=250/3=83 1/3 (b)
3. Sum of average sales of silver in 2002-2003 and copper in 2003-2004
= (110+160)/2+ (160+160)/2
=135+160=295
1.5 times 295= 1.5*295= 442.50 (c)
4. Sales of silver in all four years=670tonnes
Total sales of gold and copper in 2003-2004=500 tonnes
Percentage= (670/500)*100= 134% (d)
5. Sales of silver in 2003-2004=340
Difference between the average sales of copper and gold in 2002-2003 is(220+160)/2-(60+80)/2
=190-65=125
Ratio is 340:125=68:25(a)


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