# Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Data Interpretation) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-30

## Quantitative Aptitude Questions (Data Interpretation) for SBI Clerk 2018 Day-30:

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 Topic Daily Publishing Time Daily News Papers & Editorials 8.00 AM Current Affairs Quiz 9.00 AM Logical Reasoning 10.00 AM Quantitative Aptitude “20-20” 11.00 AM Vocabulary (Based on The Hindu) 12.00 PM Static GK Quiz 1.00 PM English Language “20-20” 2.00 PM Banking Awareness Quiz 3.00 PM Reasoning Puzzles & Seating 4.00 PM Daily Current Affairs Updates 5.00 PM Data Interpretation / Application Sums (Topic Wise) 6.00 PM Reasoning Ability “20-20” 7.00 PM English Language (New Pattern Questions) 8.00 PM General / Financial Awareness Quiz 9.00 PM

Direction (1-5): Read the following information carefully and answer the following questions: 1. If the number of readers from state D in the year 2008 and 2012 were 38700 and 57000 respectively, what is the difference between the total number of reader from state F in the year 2012 and that in 2008?
1. 30750
2. 45000
3. 13600
4. 27500
5. 60800
1. If the ratio of the number of readers from state A in the year 2008 to that in 2012 was 2:5, what will be the ratio of the total number of readers from all states together in year 2008 to that in 2012?
1. 3:5
2. 4:5
3. 9:7
4. 2:7
5. 3:8
1. If the number of readers from state C in 2008 and that from state E in the year 2012 were 73100 and 51300 respectively, then what is the total number of readers from state B in the year 2008 and 2012 together?
1. 307515
2. 450045
3. 151400
4. 275000
5. 608000
1. If the total number of readers from all the six states together in 2008 and 2012 were 4.3 lakhs and 5.7 lakhs respectively, what is the difference between the total number of readers from state B and state C together in the year 2008 and 2012?
1. 307515
2. 450045
3. 151400
4. 117500
5. 608000
1. If the difference between the number of readers from state E and F in 2008 is 5200 and in 2012 number of readers in state B has increased by 30% as compared to 2008, then find number of readers of state B in 2012?
1. 30751
2. 47320
3. 15140
4. 27500
5. 60800

Directions (Q. 6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below. 1. Sum of the percent profit earned by company A in all the years together is what percent of the sum of the percent profit earned by company B in all the years together?
1. 103.12%
2. 105.14%
3. 107.61%
4. 109.16%
5. none of these
1. If the expenditures of companies A and B in 2004 are same, find the respective ratio of their incomes.
1. 45:54
2. 56:65
3. 65:56
4. 54:45
5. none of these
1. If the incomes of company A and B in 2006 were Rs.120000 and Rs.80000 respectively, expenditure of A is approximately what percent more than the expenditure of B?
1. 43%
2. 42%
3. 46%
4. 44%
5. none of these
1. If the expenditure of B for all the years is Rs.65000, find the sum of incomes in all the years.
1. Rs.498000
2. Rs.468000
3. Rs.488000
4. Rs.478000
5. none of these
1. Find the respective ratio of the incomes of A in 2007 and B in 2005, if their respective expenditures are Rs.78000 and Rs.95000.
1. 853:1097
2. 857:1098
3. 932: 1157
4. 936:1159
5. none of these

Direction (1-5):

Number of readers from state F in the year 2012

= 57000* 100/10 *22/100= 1.254 lakh

Number of readers from state F in the year 2008

= 38700*100/9 *26/100= 1.118 lakh

Required difference= 1.254- 1.118= 13600

Let the number of readers from state A be 2x and 5x respectively in the year 2008 and 2012

So,

Total number of readers from state A in the year 2008

= 2x*100/10= 20x

Total number of readers from state A in the year 2012

= 5x*100/15= 100x/3

Required ratio= 20x: 100/3x= 3:5

The number of readers from state B in the year 2008

= 73100*100/17*14/100

= 60200

The number of readers from state B in the year 2012

= 51300*100/9 *16/100

= 91200

The number of readers from state B in the year 2008

= 430000*14/100

= 60200

The number of readers from state C in the year 2008

= 430000*17/100

= 73100

Total readers from state B and C in the year 2008 = 133300

The number of readers from state B in the year 2012

= 570000*16/100= 91200

The number of readers form state C in the year 2012

= 570000*28/100

= 159600

Total readers from state B and C in the year 2012 = 91200+159600= 250800

Required difference= 250800- 133300= 117500

Let the total number of readers from all states be x

=26x/100- 24x/100= 5200

= 2x/100= 5200

= x= 5200*100/2

= x= 260000

Number of readers from state B

= 14*260000/100

= 36400

Number of readers in state B in 2012

= 36400*130/100

= 47320

Directions (Q. 6 – 10):

Sum of the percent profit earned by company A in all the years together

= 24% + 32% + 12% + 25% + 18% + 20% = 131%

Sum of the percent profit earned by company B in all the years together

= 16% + 12% + 30% + 22% + 15% + 25% = 120%

Required percentage = (131/120) x 100 = 109.16%

Let the expenditures of company A and B in 2004 = Rs. X

Income of A in 2004 = x * 112/100 = 28x/25

Income of B in 2004 = x * 130/100 = 13x/10

Required ratio = 28x/25 : 13x/10 = 56:65

Expenditure of A in 2006 = 100/(100 + 18) x 120000 = 101694.91 = Rs.101695 (approx.)

Expenditure of B in 2006 = 100/(100 + 15) x 80000 = 69565.21 = Rs.69565 (approx.)

Required percentage = (101695 – 69565)/69565 x 100 = 46.18% = 46% (approx.)

Sum of the incomes in all the years

= 65000 x 116/100 + 65000 x 112/100 + 65000 x 130/100 + 65000 x 122/100 + 65000 x 115/100 + 65000 x 125/100

= Rs.468000

Income of A in 2007 = 78000 x 120/100 = Rs.93600

Income of B in 2005 = 95000 x 122/100 = Rs.115900

Required ratio = 93600/115900 = 936:1159 