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Study@Night: Data Interpretation(August 11, 2018)

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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 graph carefully to answer the questions given below:

 

1. Manav invested a total amount of Rs. 40000 in year 2005 for one year in two different companies together and got a total dividend of Rs. 5299. What was the amount invested in Company B?

        1) Rs. 20200        2) Rs. 19800        3) Rs. 31400

        4) Can’t be determined                      5) None of these

2. Priya invested Rs. 50000 in Company A in year 2009. After one year she transferred the entire amount with dividend to Company B for one year. What amount including dividend would she receive?

        1) Rs. 60750        2) Rs. 61750        3) Rs. 42750

        4) Can’t be determined                      5) None of these

3. An amount of Rs. 37000 was invested in Company B in year 2007. After one year the same amount was reinvested for one year. What was the total dividend received at the end of two years?

        1) Rs. 17430        2) Rs. 37312        3) Rs. 14430

        4) Rs. 5305          5) None of these

4. Rahul invested two different amounts in Company A and B in 2011 in the ratio of 7 : 9. What will be the ratio of dividends received from Company A and B?

        1) 31 : 36               2) 36 : 31               3) 35 : 32

        4) Can’t be determined                      5) None of these

5. Sukriti invested Rs. 75000 in Company A in the year 2010. How much more or less dividend would have she received had the amount been invested in Company B?

        1) Rs. 4522 less                                  2) Rs. 1011 less   3) Rs. 1015 less

        4) Rs. 1125 more                                5) None of these

Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:

6. By what per cent is the number of credit card holders of PNB less than that of SBI in West Bengal?

        1) 21.43%             2) 24.35%             3) 37.68%

        4) 20.45%             5) 27.65%

7. In how many states in India were there more than 14% of the total BOB credit card holders? (Assume no other state besides the given eight states has BOB credit card holders.)

        1) One                    2) Three                 3) Two

        4) Four                   5) Six

8. If the average number of all the credit card holders in India is 42 lakh for each state for the given three types, then find the average number of credit card holders in each of the remaining states except the given eight states. (Assume that the total number of states in India is thirtyone.)

        1) 21.67 lakh        2) 22.52 lakh        3) 24.75 lakh

        4) 33.89 lakh        5) 22.47 lakh

9. If out of the total population of the given eight states, 5% have credit cards of PNB, while 6% of the total males and 3% of the total females have credit cards of PNB, what is the total number of females in these states who are not enjoying the status of PNB credit card holder?

        1) Rs. 17.77 crore                               2) Rs. 73 crore             3) Rs. 83 crore

        4) Rs. 43 crore     5) Rs. 14.55 crore

10. If some of the persons belonging to these eight states enjoy the facility of credit cards of both SBI and BOB and if they unanimously switch over to credit cards of PNB and discard the status of credit card holder of the other two banks, then the ratio of the total number of credit card holders of SBI to BOB becomes 3 : 2. What is the number of members of the disgruntled group?

        1) 149 lakh           2) 101 lakh           3) 102 lakh

       4) 103 lakh           5) 104 lakh

Answers:

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

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