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Data Interpretation Questions and Answers | Free How to Solved Examples

Data Interpretation Questions and Answers | Free How to Solved Examples

IBPS, SBI PO/Clerk exams – Solved examples of Data Interpretation

Online banking classes :-  Data Interpretation – When you are preparing for Bank PO/Clerk or insurance exam, Data Interpretation is an important topic as 10-15 questions are asked from this topic in the Preliminary examination & also there is a separate section of Data Interpretation in Mains examination of PO level exams. So, you can understand the importance of this topic. So, we at Takshila Learning are providing you DI sets of Pre level that will help you crack the exam.

Directions for Questions 1 to 6: The price and sales information of 3 products of a company, for five years, are given below:

YearProduct A

Price(Rs)        Sales(in’00)

Product B

Price(Rs)      Sales(in’00)

Product C

Price(Rs)      Sales(in’00)

2000     25                      16     32                   20     52                  40
2001     28                      17     35                   36     50                  45
2002     30                      17     40                   11     45                  50
2003     32                      15     40                   12     50                  45
2004     30                      25     45                   10     52                  40

 

  1. The total revenue obtained from all the three products for the year 2003 was: (in Rs)

(1) 3.21 lacs                  (2) 3.45 lacs                               (3) 3.42 lacs                             (4) 3.25 lacs

 

  1. The total revenue from product A for all five years is 🙁 in Rs)

(1) 1.86 lacs                  (2) 2.55 lacs                               (3) 2.62 lacs                             (4) None of these

 

  1. The revenue from product B was highest in the year:

(1) 2000                       (2) 2001                                    (3) 2002                                     (4) 2003

 

  1. The revenue obtained from product C was what % higher than that obtained from product B for the year 2004?

(1) 369%                      (2) 443%                                   (3) 362%                                     (4) 365%

 

  1. The total revenue obtained from all the three products was what % higher in 2003 than that in 2002?

(1) 1%                          (2) 0.3%                                    (3) 0.5%                                       (4) 1.5%

 

  1. The highest revenue obtained from all 3 products from any of the five years was: (in Rs. Lacs)

(1) 3.76                        (2) 3.86                                     (3) 3.42                                         (4) 3.99

 

Sol 1-6:

1.The total revenue obtained from all the three products in 2003 = Price (Rs) * Sales (in’00).

So, total revenue = [32 * 1500 + 40 * 1200 + 50 * 4500] = Rs. 3,21,000 = 3.21 lacs

Answer: (1)

2.The total revenue from product A for all five years = [ (25*16) + (28*17) + (30*17) +(32*15) + (30*25) ] = 2.62 lacs(approx.).

Answer: (3)

3.It can be seen from the table that Product B revenue was highest in the year 2001.

In 2000, Product B revenue = 64000

In 2001, Product B revenue =126000

In 2002, Product B revenue = 44000

In 2003, Product B revenue = 48000

In 2004, Product B revenue = 45000

Answer: (2)

4.Revenue obtained from product B in 2004 = 45 * 10 = 450 and revenue from product C in 2004 = 52*40 = 2080.

Hence, % increase = (2080 – 450 / 450) * 100 = 362% approx. higher than product B.

Answer: (3)

5.Total revenues in 2002 for all the 3 products = 30*17 + 40*11 + 45*50 = 510 + 440 + 2250 = 3200

Total revenues in 2003 for all 3 products = 32*15 + 40*12 + 50*45 = 480 + 480 + 2250 = 3210.

So, revenues in 2003 were higher by 10 and % increase in revenues = 0.3%

Answer: (2)

  1. Revenue obtained from all three products in 2000 = 3.12 lacs, in 2001 = 3.98 lacs, in 2002= 3.2 lacs, in 2003 = 3.21 lacs and in 2004 = 3.28 lacs. Hence the highest revenue from all 3 products was 3.98 lacs in 2001.

Answer: (4)

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Directions for Questions 1 to 6: The following table is about the number of students admitted and the number of students who have passed from four departments of a college.

 

YearComputer Science

Admitted Passed

Mechanical

Admitted Passed

Electronics

Admitted Passed

Electrical

Admitted Passed

1995

 

3532575542424543

1996

3531626044404544

1997

3729655845424745

1998

3535606040404444

1999

3835716644434740
20003533756646424841

 

  1. Find the total number of students who graduated in computer science from years 1995 to 2000 was:

(1) 200             (2) 195             (3) 185                        (4) 165

  1. For all the given six years, the percentage of those passed (as a percentage of those admitted) was how much for Electronics stream?

(1) 86.6            (2) 95.4            (3) 96.1           (4) 92.5

 

  1. In all the given six years, how many more Mechanical students graduated from the college than those graduated in Electrical stream?

(1) 112             (2) 110             (3) 106            (4) 108

 

  1. If each of the four streams is a four-year course, then what was the total number of students admitted to all four courses in 1995?

(1) 175             (2) 185             (3) 200             (4) 205

 

  1. What was the lowest ratio of passed to admit for any year for any department?

(1) 0.83            (2) 0.72           (3) 0.75           (4) 0.78

 

  1. In 1998, for all four departments together, what was the ratio of passed to admit students?

(1) 0.96            (2) 1.0  (3) 0.95           (4) 0.99

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Sol 1-6:

  1. Totalling the number of Computer Science passed students from the year 1995 to 2000, we get 195.

Answer: (2)

  1. Total admissions in Electronics stream in all the given six years = 261. A total number of students who graduated in Electronics stream from them = 249.

So, the percentage of those passed in Electronics in all these 6 years = 249/261 = 95.4.

Answer: (2)

  1. A number of Mechanical students graduated in all the given 6 years = 365 and number of Electrical students graduated = 257. Hence there are 108 more Mechanical students graduated than Electrical students.

Answer: (4)

 

  1. The total number of students admitted to all the four courses in 1995 = numbers corresponding to graduation year 1999 as it is a 4 year course = 38 + 71 + 44 + 47 = 200.

Answer: (3)

  1. The lowest ratio of passed to admit students is 0.78.

Answer: (4)

  1. The ratio of students passed to admits = 1.0(100%)

Answer: (2)

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March 2, 2018

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