Quant Mania: Data Interpretation

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Today we are presenting the Data Interpretation questions set which is based on Table Graph and Pie Chart together in today's Quant Mania Session. Try to solve it.

Quant Mania: Data Interpretation (Table Graph & Pie Chart) 

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following information to answer the given questions:

The Pie-chart shows the percentage of different types off employees in an organization and the table shows the percentage of employees recruited through two modes for the different posts among them in the organization.


1. Find the total number of employees of direct-recruit Clerk, Officer Scale I and Officer Scale II?

a) 2800
b) 3000
c) 2880
d) 2900
e) 3000



2. What is the difference between promotee-recruit officer scale II and direct-recruit clerk?

a) 750
b) 700
c) 730
d) 680
e) 720



3. Promotee-recruit in Officer Scale II is what per cent of direct-recruits in Officer Scale III?

a) 140%
b) 150%
c) 100%
d) 85%
e) 75%



4. Find the total number of employees in direct-recruit Officer Scale I and promotee-recruit Officer Scale IV?

a) 2500
b) 3000
c) 2800
d) 2700
e) 2900



5. What is the total number of direct-recruit Officer III?

a) 680
b) 650
c) 620
d) 640
e) 540



Solution


1. The total number of employees of direct-recruit Clerk, Officer Scale I and Officer Scale II:
={(8000*10%)*30%}+{(8000*15%)*100%}+{(8000*30%)*60%} =240+1200+1440 =2880

2. The difference between promotee officer scale II and direct-recruit clerk:
= {(8000*30%)*40%} – {(8000*10%)*30%}
= 960-240
= 720

3. Promotee in Officer Scale II= {(8000*30%)*40%}=960
Direct-recruits in Officer Scale III= {(8000*20%)*40%}=640
Required Percentage= (960/640)*100= 150%

4. Total number of employees in direct-recruit Officer Scale I and promotee Officer Scale IV:
= {(8000*15%)*100%} + {(8000*25%)*80%}
= 1200+1600
= 2800

5. Total number of direct-recruit Officer III={(8000*20%)*40%}=640


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