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Table Based Data Analysis & Interpretation : IBPS Exam Preparation

Table Based Data Analysis & Interpretation : IBPS Exam Preparation

Online Banking Classes : Data Analysis forms an important topic in all banking exams as questions are expected from this topic in Preliminary as well as in the Main examination. Data analysis can be given to the aspirants in Tabular, Pie – chart form the data of which student has to analyze and give answers to the questions accordingly. Here, we are providing you a set which is based on Tabular form Data analysis.

Directions for Question No. 1-5: A survey has been conducted of moviegoers from five different cities A, B, C, D and E whose data is summarized below. The first column gives the percentage of viewers in each city who watch less than one movie a week. The second column gives the total number of viewers who watch one or more movies per week.

CityI 

II

 

A602400
B203000
C852400
D552700
E758000

1. How many persons in city A watch less than one movie in a week?
a. 2540            b. 3600            c. 24000             d. 13600

2. Which city has the highest number of viewers who watch less than one movie a week?
a. City E          b. City A            c. City D             d. City C

3. The city with the second highest number of movie watchers is
a. City E          b. City D           c. City B              d. City C

4. The total number of all movie viewers in all the five cities who watch less than one movie per week is
a. 48000         b. 38000           c. 39500             d. 45250

5. How many persons in city E watch one or more movies in a week?
a. 8000            b. 3600           c. 4000               d. 4600

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Solutions for Questions 1 – 5:
From the given data, we can calculate the exact number of persons who do not watch any movies.
For example, in city A:

The percentage of persons who watch movies = 100 – 60 = 40%
⇒The total number of persons in City A = (2400 / 40) × 100 = 6000

⇒The total number of persons in City A, who don’t watch any movie = (6000 × 60) / 100
=3600
Similarly, we can find out the data for the other cities.

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CityNo MoviesOne or More Movies
A36002400
B7503000
C136002400
D33002700
E240008000

1. There are 3600 persons who watch less than one movie in a week.
Answer: (b)

2. The number of viewers who do not watch any movie is the highest, 24000, in city E.
Answer: (a)

3. In city B, the number of persons who watch a movie is 3000, which is the second highest amongst the 5 cities. Hence option (c) is correct.
Answer: (c)

4. This is calculated as: 3600+ 750+ 13600+ 3300+24000
= 45250.
Answer: (d)

5. There are 8000 persons who watch one or more movies in a week in city E.
Answer: (a)

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