27 Oct 2016

Practice Sets on Data Interpretation – (Bar Chart and Pie Chart) | IBPS PO Mains Spl – Download in PDF

Practice Sets on Data Interpretation – (Bar Chart and Pie Chart) | IBPS PO Mains Spl – Download in PDF
Practice Sets on Data Interpretation – (Bar Chart and Pie Chart) | IBPS PO Mains Spl – Download in PDF:
Dear Readers, Here we have given the important practice set questions on Data Interpretation (Bar Chart and Pie Chart), aspirants those who are preparing for the examination can also download in pdf and make use of it.



Directions (1 – 5): Study the bar graph carefully and answer the questions followed:
The graphs show the sale of three brands of soft drinks (bottles in millions) in the period 1998 – 2003.
1). From the graph over the given period, which drink in which year has shown the highest percentage growth in sale over the previous year?
a)   Peach, 1999
b)   Lemon, 2001
c)   Peach, 2002
d)   Litchi, 2000
e)   Both C and D
2). In the year 2004, Peach records 40% growth in sale while Lemon sale grows by over 25% over the previous year. What is the difference in the sale of these brands in year 2004?
a)   2.1 million bottles
b)   0.8 million bottles
c)   1.6 million bottles
d)   2.4 million bottles
e)   1.0 million bottles
3). In the year 2004, the ratio of the sale of the three drinks happens to be same as that in 1998. What should be the approximate total sale of drinks of the three brands in the year 2004, if the sale of Litchi increased by 10% over the previous year?
a)   15 million
b)   8 million
c)   10 million
d)   5 million
e)   20 million
4). Each case contains 24 bottles and average selling price per bottle is Rs. 9. If the three brands of drinks command a market share of 80%, then what was the total industry size in year 2003?
a)   17.5 crores
b)   20 crores
c)   175 crores
d)   200 crores
e)   None of these
5). Each case contains 24 bottles and average selling price per bottle is Rs. 9. If there is an excise duty of Rs.16 per case, what is the total excise duty collected in the year 2003 from the three products?
a)   2.8 crores
b)   1.03 crores
c)   2.32 crores
d)   2.7 crores
e)   None of these
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following bar graph carefully to answer the question below:
Number of students studying in various Colleges from various Departments (number in thousands)
6). What is the difference between the total number of students studying in college H and those studying in college K?
a)   16100
b)   15800
c)   16300
d)   16700
e)   None of these
7). What is the total number of students studying in all the colleges together?
a)   520900
b)   520700
c)   610200
d)   510800
e)   None of these
8). What is the respective ratio of the students from the faculty of Science from college H and I together to the students from the same faculty from college J and K together?
a)   43 : 45
b)   41 : 43
c)   45 : 43
d)   43 : 41
e)   None of these
9). The number of students from the department of Science from college I are approximately what percent of the total number of students studying in that college?
a)   34
b)   37
c)   29
d)   31
e)   39
10). What is the average number of students from the department of commerce from all the colleges together?
a)   36825
b)   38655
c)   35625
d)   36585
e)   None of these
Directions (11 – 15): Study the pie chart given below which indicates the profit earned by banks and answer the question that follows.
11). Of the total profit of all banks shown in the chart, what percent profit was earned by Bank of India?
a)   10%
b)   15%
c)   18%
d)   22%
e)   12%
12). What is the ratio of profits earned by Oriental Bank and Canara Bank?
a)   1 : 2
b)   1 : 3
c)   1 : 2.5
d)   1 : 2.3
e)   1.3 : 2.3
13). What is the angle of the Bank of Baroda sector in the pie chart?
a)   280
b)   32.50
c)   350
d)   43.50
e)   37.50
14). Which two banks occupy exactly same space in the pie chart?
a)   Bank of India and Punjab National Bank
b)   Syndicate Bank and Central Bank of India
c)   Indian Overseas Bank and Corporation Bank
d)   Syndicate Bank and Oriental Bank
e)   None of these
15). Which Bank occupies only about 13° space in the pie?
a)   Syndicate Bank
b)   Corporation Bank
c)   Punjab National Bank
d)   Central Bank
e)   None of these
Directions (16 – 20): Study the following Pie graphs and answer the questions followed:


16). What is the ratio of the number of appeared candidates from states C and E together to that of appeared candidates from states A and F together?
a)   3 : 5
b)   5 : 3
c)   17 : 33
d)   33 : 17
e)   None of the above
17). In which state the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to appeared candidates is maximum?
a)   A
b)   B
c)   C
d)   D
e)   E
18). What is the difference between the numbers of appeared candidates of states B and E?
a)   504
b)   680
c)   1080
d)   1260
e)   1160
19). What is the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to that of appeared candidates from states A and D taken together?
a)   72.22
b)   65.8
c)   82.5
d)   18.7
e)   None of the above
20). What is the ratio of the number of candidates qualified from states C and D together to the number of candidates appeared from state G?
a)   17 : 33
b)   201 : 317
c)   224 : 297
d)   297 : 224
e)   221 : 287

Solutions:
1. D) % Growth for the given options are as follows
Peach 1999 = [(3.2 – 2.1)/2.1] x 100 = 52.38%
Lemon 2001 = [(4.2 – 2.9)/2.9] x 100 = 44.83%
Peach, 2002 = [(4.3 – 28)/2.8] x 100 = 53.57%
Litchi, 2000 = [(2.5 – 1.5)/1.5] x 100 = 66.67%
2. B) Difference in sale of Peach and Litchi brands in 2004 = 6.2 x 1.4 – 6.3 x 1.25 = 8.68 – 7.875 = 0.80 million bottles.
3. A) Ratio of 3 drinks in 1998 = 2.1 : 1.5 : 1
Sale of Litchi in the year 2004 = 3 + 10% of 3 = 3.3 million bottles
Thus total sale of drinks in 2004 = (2.1 + 1.5 + 1) x 3.3 = 15.18 million
4. A) Total sales in 2003 = 6.2 + 6.3 + 3 = 15.5
Total selling price of 3 types in 2003 = 15.5 x 106 x 9 x 100/80 = (175 x 106)/107crores = Rs.17.5 crores
5. B)
Total number of case in 2003 = 1.5 x 106
Total exercise (in crores) = 15.5 x 106 x 16/(24 x 107) = 1.03
6. D)
Total students from college H = 127.7 thousand
Total students from college K = 111 thousand
Difference = 127.7 – 111 = 16.7 thousand = 16700
7. B) Total students in all colleges = 520.7 thousand = 520700
8. C) From college H and I students studying Science = 40 + 50 = 90
From college J and K students studying Science = 30 + 56 = 86
Ratio = 90 : 86 = 45 : 43
9. A)
Total students in college I = 148
Science students from college I = 50
Percentage = 50/148 x 100 = 33.78%
10. E)
Total students of Commerce from all colleges = 154.5
Average number of students = 154.5/4 = 38.652 thousand = 38625
11. A)
Total profit of the banks = 8529
% Profit earned by Bank of India = 851/8529 x 100 = 10%
12. D)
Profit earned by Oriental Bank = 457 and by Canara bank it is 1019. So reqd. ratio = 457: 1019 = 1: 2.3.
13. B) Required angle = 773/8529 x 3600 = 32.50
14. C) Since Corporation bank & Indian Overseas Bank have equal value i.e. 416, thus they will occupy exactly equal space.
15. D) The total profit of all banks is 8529. Now if 3600 are equal to 8529 then 130 will be equal to 8529 x 13/ 360 = 307
Which is the value of Central bank, so Central Bank of India occupies about 130 space in the pie.
16. C)
Required ratio= 17% 54000/33% of 54000 = 17 : 33
17. D) Since 54000/32000 appears in every calculation, we remove it from the calculation part and find the remaining part of the calculation.
A - 18/15, B - 16/11, C - 7/8, D - 21/17, E - 14/9,F = 11/18, G = 13/22, C,F and G are rejected since their value is less than 1 and others are more than 1. Among the remaining E has the highest value.
18. C) 2% of 54000 = 1080
19. A) Qualified candidates from states A and D together = 39% of 32000
Similarly, appeared candidates from states A and D together = 32% of 54000
Reqd % = 39x32x103/32x54x103 x 100 = 72.22% (approx.)
20. C) Total number of qualified candidates from states C and D = 28% of 32000.
Similarly, total number of appeared candidates from state G = 22% of 54000
Reqd ratio = 28x32x103x100/100x22x54x103 = 224:297






 

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