SBI PO Data Interpretation Series - Set 4

Directions (1-5): Study the pie-charts carefully and answer the questions given below:

The following pie-charts show the run scored by a batsman against different countries in one-day internationals (ODI) and Twenty (T20) world cup matches. Runs scored by the batsman in ODI and T20 are 2800 and 2000 respectively.


1. If the batsman played 14 innings against Sri lanka in ODI and remained not out in 5 innings. Find his average runs scored against Sri lanka.
1. 28
2. 24
3. 26
4. Other than the given options
5. 22

2. Runs scored by the batsman against New Zealand in T20 matches are approximately what percent of the runs scored against Pakistan in ODI?
1. 64%
2. 66%
3. 62%
4. Other than the given options
5. 68%

3. In case of which of the following countries, the difference between the runs scored in ODI and T20 is the second lowest?
1. Sri lanka
2. Pakistan
3. South Africa
4. WI
5. Other than the given options

4. The runs scored by the batsman against WI in T20 is approximately what percent of the runs scored against Australia in ODI?
1. Other than the given options
2. 71%
3. 75%
4. 73%
5. 69%

5. If the batsman had scored 280 runs against Pakistan in T20 matches, What would habv been its percentage in the T20 match, if the total runs scored in T20 remains the same?
1. Other than the given options
2. 12%
3. 16%
4. 14%
5. 10%

Answer :

   
Countries
ODI
T20
Pakistan
294
190
Australia
490
230
England
308
180
Sri Lanka
252
250
S. Africa
350
330
New Zealand
336
200
Zimbabwe
378
260
WI
392
360

1. 1;
Required average runs 


2. 5;
Required percentage 


3. 3;
The difference between the runs scored in ODI and T20 against:

Pakistan = 140
Australia = 260
England = 128
Sri Lanka = 2
S. Africa = 20
New Zealand = 136
Zimbabwe = 118
WI = 32

Hence, second lowest is of South Africa.

4. 4;
Required percentage 


5. 4;
Required percentage 
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