Data Interpretation Practice set for IBPS PO

Today I am providing two practice sets for Data Interpretation. Similar sets were appeared in IBPS PO III

Set 1

Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the questions given below:

The pie-charts shows the percentage quantity of fruits at two fruit shops A and B.



      1)  What is the difference between the quantity of Guava at Shop B and that at Shop A?
a) 40 kg     b) 45 kg     c) 35 kg
d) 30 kg     e) 50 kg

      2)  If the price of Mango is Rs.30 per kg, Apple Rs.40 per kg and Orange Rs.20 per kg, then what is the ratio of their costs at Shop A?
a) 1 : 4 : 6                    b) 9 : 8 : 5                                c) 3 : 7 : 8
d) 5 : 4 : 1                    e) 2 : 5 : 7

     3)  The quantity of Mango at Shop B is what percent of the quantity of Mango at Shop A?
a) 20%                         b) 220%                                   c) 120%
d) 80%                         e) 180%

     4)  If the price of Mango is Rs.30 per kg, Apple Rs.40 per kg and Orange Rs.20 per kg, other fruits Rs.15 per kg and Guava Rs. 18 per kg for both Shop A and B then what is the difference between the cost of all fruits at Shop A and that at Shop B?
a) Rs.7200                   b) Rs.3500                               c) Rs.6400
d) Rs.5100                   e) Rs.4600

      5)  The quantity of Orange at Shop A is what percent more than that of Apple at Shop B?
a) 161.52%                  b) 195.5%                                c) 182%
d) 190%                       e) 171.42%

Set 2


Study the given table carefully to answer the following questions:
               
Following table shows the investment (In Rs. Crore) in various sectors in different years


2011
2012
2013
2014
Domestic
Foreign
Domestic
Foreign
Domestic
Foreign
Domestic
Foreign
Industry
5000
2000
1000
1500
4000
3000
6000
1500
Cement
3000
1600
3000
2500
5000
2800
4000
1800
Metals
4000
2800
3500
2000
3200
2200
1500
500
Machinery
2000
3000
2500
3000
3600
6000
1000
1500
Transport
2500
2000
1500
3200
3000
1600
4000
1000
Fuel
1500
2500
1000
2800
1500
5000
1200
2000
Chemical
3500
1000
500
4000
2400
3200
2000
3000


    6)  What is the difference between the total domestic investment and the total foreign investment in the year 2011?
a) Rs.6400 Crore         b) Rs.6200 Crore                     c) Rs.6600 Crore
d) Rs.7000 Crore         e) Rs.7100 Crore

    7)  What is the ratio of the total investment in Metals to that in Machinery?
a) 135 : 302                 b) 24 : 49                                 c) 2 : 4
d) 197 : 226                 e) 123 : 233

     8)  What is the average domestic investment in the year 2014? (You are not expected to calculate the exact value?
a) Rs.2814.28 Crore    b) Rs.2519.75 Crore               c) Rs.2234.82 Crore
d) Rs.3151.51 Crore    e) Rs.3329.79 Crore

     9)  Domestic investment in 2013 is what percent of foreign investment in 2011?
a) 176.5%                    b) 179.7%                                c) 181.6%
d) 183.5%                    e) 152.3%

      10)  The average domestic investment in the year 2011 is what percent of the average investment in Transport during the given four years?
a) 201%                       b) 65.34%                                c) 125.45%
d) 147.97%                  e) 167.23% 

Solutions

1. Option A

Quantity of Guava at Shop A = 1200 × 10/100 = 120 kg
Quantity of Guava at Shop B = 1000 × 16/100 = 160 kg
So, required difference = 160 ⎯ 120 = 40 kg

2. Option B
Cost of Mango at Shop A = 30 × 1200 × 24/100 = Rs.8640
Cost of apple = 40 × 1200 × 16/100 = Rs.7680
Cost of Orange = 20 × 1200 × 20/100 = Rs.4800
So, required ratio = 8640 : 7680 : 4800
= 9 : 8 : 5

3. Option C
Quantity of Mango at Shop B = 1000 × 24/100 = 240 kg
Quantity of Mango at Shop A = 1200 × 24/100 = 288 kg
So, required % = 288 × 100/240 = 120% of the quantity of Mango at Shop A

4. Option D
Cost of total fruits at Shop A = Cost of Mango + Cost of Apple + Cost of Guava + cost of orange + cost of other fruits
(1200 × 24/100 × 30 + 1200 × 16/100 × 40 + 1200 × 10/100 × 18 + 1200 × 20/100 × 20 + 1200 × 30/100 × 15)
= 8640 + 7680 + 2160 + 4800 + 5400 = Rs.28680
Cost of total fruits at Shop B = (1000 × 24/100 × 30 + 1000 × 14/100 × 40 + 1000 ×
16/100 × 18 + 1000 × 20/100 × 20 + 1000 × 26/100 × 15)
= 7200 + 5600 + 2880 + 4000 + 3900 = Rs.23580
So, required difference = 28680 ⎯ 23580 = Rs.5100

5. Option E
Quantity of Orange at Shop A = 1200 × 20/100 = 240 kg
Quantity of Apple at Shop B = 1000 × 14/100 = 140 kg
So, required % = 240 x 100 / 140 % = 171.42% more than the quantity of Apple at Shop B.

6. Option C
Total domestic investment in 2011 = 5000 + 3000 + 4000 + 2000 + 2500 + 1500 + 3500 = Rs.21500 Crore
Total foreign investment in 2011 = 2000 + 1600 + 2800 + 3000 + 2000 + 2500 + 1000 = Rs.14900 Crore
So, required difference = 21500 ⎯ 14900 = Rs.6600 Crore

7. Option D
Total investment in Metals = 4000 + 2800 + 3500 + 2000 + 3200 + 2200 + 1500 + 500 = Rs.19700 Crore
Total investment in Machinery = 2000 + 3000 + 2500 + 3000 + 3600 + 6000 + 1000 + 1500 = Rs.22600 Crore
So, required ratio = 19700 : 22600 = 197 : 226

8. Option A
Average domestic investment in 2014 = 6000 + 4000 + 1500 + 1000 + 4000 + 1200 + 2000 / 7
= 19700/7 = Rs.2814.28 Crore

9. Option E
Domestic investment in 2013 = 4000 + 5000 + 3200 + 3600 + 3000 + 1500 + 2400 = Rs.22700 Crore
Foreign investment in 2011 = 2000 + 1600 + 2800 + 3000 + 2000 + 2500 + 1000 = Rs.14900 Crore
= 22700 x 100 / 14900
= 152.3%

10. Option B
Average domestic investment in 2011 = Rs.21500/7 Crore
Average investment in transport = 2500 + 2000 + 1500 + 3200 + 3000 + 1600 + 4000 + 1000 / 4 = Rs.4700 Crore
So, required % = 21500 / 7 x 4700 × 100 = 65.34%


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