• Coming Soon..
  • Coming Soon..
  • Coming Soon..
  • Coming Soon..

Data Interpretation for IBPS PO/Clerk/ESIC/SEBI(October 11, 2018)

2 weeks ago 0 comments

Dear Aspirants,
Numerical Ability or Quantitative Aptitude Section is very important to get the best score in Banking and other competitive exams. Now a day, the questions asked in this section are calculative and time-consuming. Once dealt with proper strategy, speed, and accuracy, this section will definitely award you the maximum marks in the examination. Here is another set of Questions to improve your speed and practice. Make most of it.

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following bar-graph carefully to answer the given questions.
The graph shows the prices of three different types of smartphones in different years.
1-1
1. In which year was the average price of all three smartphones the minimum?
1) 2009
2) 2010
3) 2011
4) 2012
5) 2013
2. A shopkeeper purchased 20 Samsung, 25 LG and 30 Lenovo smartphones in 2011 and sold all types of smartphones at the rate of ₹ 13300. What is his percentage loss or profit?
1) 89%
2) 0.99%
3) 0.71%
4) 71%
5) 0.56%
3. The price of LG smartphones in 2012 was what per cent of its price in 2013?
1) 104.5%
2) 107.68%
3) 110.9%
4) 113.04%
5) 115.06%
4. If the total number of sales of Lenovo was 20000 in 2010 and the total number of sales of Samsung was 18500 in that year, then what was the difference of income of Samsung and Lenovo?
1) ₹ 10500000
2) ₹ 10700000
3) ₹ 10900000
4) ₹ 10300000
5) ₹ 10200000
5. Which smartphone has the minimum average price during the given five years?
1) Samsung
2) LG
3) Either Samsung or LG
4) Either LG or Lenovo
5) Lenovo
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following bar-graph and pie-chart carefully to answer the following questions.
1-2
Percentage of distance travelled by Shyam by the four different boats 1-3
Total distance travelled = 1000 km
6. What is the difference of time taken by boat A and boat B to travel 200 km upstream?
1) 68 hours
2) 72 hours
3) 71 hours
4) 75 hours
5) 84 hours
7. What is the time taken by Shyam to reach his destination upstream?
1) 272 hours
2) 245 hours
3) 240 hours
4) 232 hours
5) 268 hours
8. If the speed of boat C is increased by 40% and the speed of stream decreases by 20% then what is the difference between the time taken by the boat now and that taken previously to travel 200 km? (Assume opposite direction of stream)
1) 286/23
2) 224/5
3) 204/5
4) 185/6
5) 355/6
9. If the speed of boat D increases by 10% then what is the approximate time taken by Shyam to reach 500 km by boat D? (Assume opposite direction of stream)
1) 88 hours
2) 92.6 hours
3) 68 hours
4) 78 hours
5) 44 hours
10. What is the ratio of the time taken by boat C to that taken by boat D? (Assume same direction of stream)
1) 9 : 7
2) 7 : 5
3) 5 : 3
4) 4 : 3
5) 3 : 2

Answers:

  1. 3
  2. 2
  3. 4
  4. 1
  5. 2
  6. 4
  7. 2
  8. 1
  9. 2
  10. 5

Facts

We work hard day and night to help you succeed.

12,893,771

Total Visitors

100

Books Published

1,85,700

Total Selections

2,500,000

Total Tests Taken