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Data Interpretation Practice Set - 11

Published on Thursday, December 04, 2014
In a series of sharing useful material for Data Interpretation section, today I am sharing one more PO level set for practice.

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

            The table shows the ratio of Hindi religion soldiers to soldiers of other religions
Name of regiment Hindi Other religions
Jat regiment 4 1
Sikh regiment 3 5
Madras regiment 2 1
Maratha regiment 3 2
Bihar regiment 5 3


      1) What is the number of Hindu soldiers in Jat regiment?
a) 2600                                    b) 2700                                    c) 3200
d) 2800                                    e) 2350

      2) What is the difference between Hindu soldiers in Madras regiment and soldiers of other religions in Bihar regiment?
a) 485                          b) 550                          c) 520
d) 510                          e) 490

      3) The number of Hindu soldiers in Sikh regiment is what percent of the number of other soldiers in Maratha regiment?
a) 97.12%                    b) 99.56%                    c) 102%
d) 104.16%                  e) 25%

      4) In which regiment  is the number of non-Hindu soldiers the maximum?
a) Maratha regiment     b) Sikh regiment          c) Madras regiment
d) Jat regiment              e) Bihar regiment

      5) What is the ratio of the number of Hindu soldiers in Bihar regiment to the number of non-Hindu soldiers in Jat regiment?
a) 11 : 10                     b) 12 : 11                     c) 13 : 12
d) 14 : 13                     e) 15 : 14
1.      Option D

Number of soldiers in Jat regiment = 10000 ×  = 3500
Number of Hindu soldiers in Jat regiment = 3500 ×  = 2800

2.      Option B

Number of Hindu soldiers in Madras regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 1000
Number of soldiers of other religions in Bihar regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 450
So, difference = 1000 450 = 550

3.      Option D

Number of Hindu soldiers in Sikh regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 750
Number of soldiers of other religions in Maratha regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 720
So, required % =  = 104.16%

4.      Option A

Number of non-Hindu soldiers in Jat regiment = 3500 2800 = 700
Similary in Sikh regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 125
In Madras regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 500
In Maratha regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 720
In Bihar regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 450
In Maratha regiment the number of non-Hindu soldiers is the maximum.

5.      Option E

Number of Hindu soldiers in Bihar regiment = 10000 ×  ×  = 750
Number of non-Hindu soldiers in Jat regiment = 700

So, required ratio = 750 : 700 = 15 : 14
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