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Missing Data Interpretation for IBPS PO Preliminary Exam 2016

Published on Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below :

Name Total Salary Expenditure Savings
A
45,000
37,500
----
B
38,000
29,500
----
C
27,000
----
----
D
----
----
4,200
E
----
22,000
----
F
32,000
----
5,500
1. If  E Spends 88% of his salary , What is ratio between his total salary  and savings ?

1. 24:3
2. 23:4
3. 26:3
4. 25:3
5. 27:5

2. F spends 20% of his Expenditure on education . Find what  amount he spends on Education ? 

1. 5,500
2. 5,600
3. 5,300
4. 5,400
5. 5,200

3. C saves 12% of his monthly salary , and he spends 10% of expenditure on House rent . How much amount he spent on house rent ?

1. 2,375
2. 2,376
3. 2,377
4. 2,378
5. 2,379

4. What is the average salary of A,B,D and F persons , If D's expenditure is 25,800 ?

1. 36,500
2. 36,250
3. 36,750
4. 36,000
5. 36,550

5. A's salary is increased 20% and his expenditure also increased 10% . Find the difference between his new savings and present savings ?

1. 5,000
2. 5,250
3. 5,500
4. 5,750
5. 5,550

Answers and Solutions :

1. 4
88%   ----- 22,000

100%  -----    ?

Total salary = 25,000
Savings = 25,000-22,000 = 3,000

Ratio = 25,000 : 3,000 = 25:3

2. 3
Expenditure = 32,000 - 5,500 = 26,500

100%  ----  26,500

20%   ----       ?

For Education he spends = 5,300

3. 2
C salary = 27,000

C expenditure = 27,000*88/100 = 23,760

Rent = 23,760*10/100 = 2,376

4. 2
A's salary = 45,000
B's salary = 38,000
D's salary = 25,800 +  4,200 = 30,000
E's salary = 32,000

Average = (45,000+38,000+30,000+32,000)/4 = 36,250

5. 2

A's Savings = 45,000 - 37,500 = 7500
After increasing his salary become  = 120*45000/100 = 54,000
Expenditure = 37,500*110/100 = 41,250
A's new savings = 54,000 - 41,250 = 12,750

Difference = 12,750 - 7,500 = 5,250
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