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Data Interpretation Practice Set 8

Published on Wednesday, August 20, 2014
In a series of providing data Interpretation practice questions, today I am providing two sets.

Study the following pie chart and table carefully to answer the given questions.

data interpretation questions

Ratio of male students to female students
Institute
M : F
A
7 : 9
B
5 : 3
C
6 : 2
D
6 : 8
E
3 : 4
F
8 : 12
G
12 : 4

1) What is the ratio of the number of female students in Institute F to that of male students in Institute C?
a) 1 : 6                         b) 2 : 3                         c) 1 : 4
d) 6 : 1                         e) None of these

2) The total number of students studying in Institute F is what percent of the total number of students studying in Institute C?
a) 125%                       b) 175%                       c) 225%
d) 150%                       e) None of these

3) Which institute has the maximum number of students and which has the minimum number of students respectively?
a) E and G                   b) F and C                    c) B and E
d) A and E                   e) E and C

4) The number of female students from Institute E is what percent of the total number of students from all the institutes? (Calculate the approximate value)
a) 9%                           b) 8%                           c) 7%
d) 10%                         e) 13%

5) What is the difference between the total number of students from all the institutes and the number of male students from Institute A, D and G?
a) 46000                      b) 46520                      c) 46550
d) 45320                      e) 46250

Study the given line graph carefully and answer the following questions. The graph shows the ratio of imports to exports of two companies A and B over the years.

data interpretation practice set 2

6) If the total import of Company A in the year 2010 was Rs.54.6 Lakh, then what was its export (in lakh) in that year?
a) 22.84                       b) 21.84                       c) 23.630
d) 23.86                       e) None of these

7) The ratio of imports to exports of Company A in the year 2012 was what percent more than that of Company B in the year 2008?
a) 45%                         b) 40%                         c) 50%
d) 60%                         e) 30%

8)If the imports of Company A in the year 2012 increased by 40% and the exports decreased by 20%, then what would be the new ratio of imports to exports of Company A in that year?
a) 5 : 21                       b) 9 : 5                         c) 14 : 5
d) 5 : 9                         e) 21 : 5

9)If the imports of Company A in the year 2010 and the exports of Company B in the year 2010 were Rs.42 Lakh and rs.70 Lakh respectively, then the imports of Company B in the year 2010 would be what percent of the exports of Company A in the year 2014?
a) 350%                       b) 200%                       c) 300%
d) 400%                       e) 250%

10) In which year is the difference between import and export of Company A the minimum?
a) 2009                                    b) 2012                                    c) 2013
d) 2014                                    e) None of these

11) For Company A, the export is greater than import for how many years from 2008 to 2014?
a) 4                              b) 3                              c) 2
d) 5                              e) Cannot be determined

Answers:

1. E
2. C
3. E
4. E
5. D
6. B
7. C
8. E
9. E
10. C
11. B

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