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Today we are presenting the Data Interpretation questions set which is based on Line Graph and Table Graph in today's Quant Mania Session. Try It.
Quant Mania: Data Interpretation
Directions (Q. 15): Study the following graph carefully to answer the question given below:
Per cent profit earned by two companies over the given years.
% Profit =(Income Expenditure)/ Expenditure * 100
Percentage increase in 200203 = (7.5/7.5)*100 = 100%
Percentage increase in 200304 = (10/15)*100 = 66(2/3)%
In 200405, the % profit has decreased
Percentage increased in 200506 = (15/20)*100 = 75%
Percentage increase in 200607 = (20/35)*100 = 57.14%
2. c,
125/100 = 5/4
3. d,
100 : 100(30/35) = 7:6
4. d,
Required Ratio = (25/125) : (35/100)
= 4:7
5. d
In the required ratio, the year has changed, so we can’t find the answer.
6. a,
Total sales = 1166
Sales in Bangalore = 200
Percentage of Bangalore in total sales = (200/1466)*100 = 17%
7. d,
Percentage sales will be maximum for the month having the maximum numbers of sales.
8. e,
The question demands us to compare the fractions:
176/14, 190/14, 179/14, 206/16, 208/17, 207/14
9. b,
10. c,
(47/1166)*100 = 4.03 = 4 (approx)
Per cent profit earned by two companies over the given years.
% Profit =(Income Expenditure)/ Expenditure * 100
1. In which year percentage increase in % profit over the previous years was the maximum for the company B?
a) 200203
b) 200304
d) 200506
e) 200607
2. What is the ratio of Income to Expenditure for company A in the year 200405?
a) 6:5
b) 7:6
c) 5:4
d) 9:8
e) 11:13
3. If profits of both of the companies are supposed to be the same in the year 200506, what would be the ratio of the Expenditure of company A to that of company B?
a) 6:13
b) 5:18
c) 6:7
d) 7:6
e) None of these
4. If the income of company A in 200203 was equal to the Expenditure of Company B in 200506, what was the ratio of their respective Profits?
a) 5:7
b) 4:5
c) 2:3
d) 4:7
e) 12:13
5. Given that the Income of Company A in the year 200203 is equal to its expenditure in the year 200405, what is the ratio of that Income of the company in the year 200304?
a) 4/5
b) 5/4
c) 6/7
d) Can’t be determined
e) None of these
Directions (Q. 610): Following table shows monthly sales of Reliance Power Security in six cities. Study the table and answers the questions that follow.
City

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Total

New Delhi

34

47

45

54

56

60

296

Chennai

40

44

36

47

47

46

260

Bangalore

37

32

32

32

34

33

200

Hyderabad

14

14

14

16

17

14

89

Bhopal

29

29

28

31

29

31

177

Derahdun

22

24

24

26

25

23

144

Total

176

190

179

206

208

207

1166

6. Approximately what percentage of the total sales was sold in the city of Bangalore over the period of 6 months?
a) 17
b) 18
c) 16
d) 23
e) 20
7. In which month was the percentage sales maximum?
a) Feb
b) Mar
c) Apr
d) May
e) Jun
8. For which month the ratio of the total sales (all cities) in the month to the sales in Hyderabad in that month is the greatest?
a) Jan
b) Feb
c) Apr
d) Mar
e) June
9. Which month recorded maximum percentage increase in total sales over the previous month?
a) Feb
b) Apr
c) Jan
d) Jun
e) None of these
10. Approximately what percentage of the total sales in all the cities in all the months was sold in the month of February in the city where sales were maximum in the month of February?
a) 3.9
b) 3
c) 4
d) 6
e) None of these
Answers
1. a,Percentage increase in 200203 = (7.5/7.5)*100 = 100%
Percentage increase in 200304 = (10/15)*100 = 66(2/3)%
In 200405, the % profit has decreased
Percentage increased in 200506 = (15/20)*100 = 75%
Percentage increase in 200607 = (20/35)*100 = 57.14%
2. c,
125/100 = 5/4
3. d,
100 : 100(30/35) = 7:6
4. d,
Required Ratio = (25/125) : (35/100)
= 4:7
5. d
In the required ratio, the year has changed, so we can’t find the answer.
6. a,
Total sales = 1166
Sales in Bangalore = 200
Percentage of Bangalore in total sales = (200/1466)*100 = 17%
7. d,
Percentage sales will be maximum for the month having the maximum numbers of sales.
8. e,
The question demands us to compare the fractions:
176/14, 190/14, 179/14, 206/16, 208/17, 207/14
9. b,
10. c,
(47/1166)*100 = 4.03 = 4 (approx)
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