Advanced Level Data Interpretation (DI) Questions for SBI PO 2018
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Advanced Level Data Interpretation (DI) Questions for SBI PO  Set 68
Directions: (15) Study the table and line graph carefully and answer the questions.
Given below is a table that provides information regarding the number of people (in thousands) entering different metro stations on four different days of January 2017. Some of the data in the table are given while some are missing. The graph depicts the percentage of people entering different metro stations that were male.
1January 
2January 
3January 
4January 

Rajiv Chowk 
24 
27 
– 
25 
Kashmere Gate 
– 
15 
19 
– 
Inderlok 
8 
15 
– 
17 
Central Secretariat 
– 
– 
17 
24 
1.The number of people entering Inderlok on 3^{rd} January was 175% of the number of people entering Inderlok on 1^{st} January. Also, the average number of people entering the 4 stations on 2^{nd} January is 17500. The total number of people entering Inderlok on the 4 days combined was what percentage of the average of the number of males entering Kashmere Gate and Central Secretariat on 2^{nd} January?
2.The number of people entering Kashmere Gate on January 1 was 4000 less than the number of people entering Kashmere Gate on January 2. What was the ratio of the total number of females entering Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate and Inderlok on January 2 to the total number of females entering Rajiv Chowk, Kashmere Gate and Inderlok on January 1?
3.The number of people entering Kashmere Gate on January 4 was half the number of people entering Central Secretariat on January 4. What was the difference between the total number of males entering Rajiv Chowk and Inderlok combined on January 4 and the total number of females entering Kashmere Gate and Central Secretariat combined on January 4?
4.The number of people entering Pitampura metro station on January 5 was twofifth of the sum of total number of males entering Inderlok on January 1 and 2 combined and the total number of males entering Central Secretariat on January 1 and 2 combined. The total number of people entering Central Secretariat on January 1 and 2 is twofifth and 13/25, respectively of the number of people entering Rajiv Chowk on January 4. What was the total number of people entering Pitampura metro station on January 5?
5.The average number of people entering Rajiv Chowk on the 4 days combined was 23500. If the number of people entering Inderlok on the January 3 is 14000, then the total number of females entering Rajiv Chowk on the 4 days combined was by what percentage more than the total number of females entering Inderlok on the 4 days combined?
Directions: (610)Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below.
6.The amount deposited by a man in scheme 1, scheme 2, scheme 3 and scheme 4 on simple interest is in the ratio of 8:12:6:5, respectively. If the total amount deposited in all the schemes together by the man is Rs. 31000, then find the ratio of the simple interest earned from scheme 1 and scheme 2 together to the simple interest earned from scheme 3 and scheme 4 together.
7.Find the difference between the compound interest obtained from scheme 1 and the compound interest obtained from scheme 4, if the total principal amount deposited by the man in the two schemes is Rs. 24000 and the principal amount deposited in scheme 1 is 200/3% more than the principal amount deposited in scheme 4.
8.A man deposited Rs. 25000, Rs. 40000, Rs. 30000 and Rs. 18000 in scheme 1, scheme 2, scheme 3 and scheme 4, respectively, at compound interest and the same amount is also deposited at simple interest in all the respective schemes. By what percentage the total compound interest obtained from all the schemes is more/less than the simple interest obtained from all the schemes?
9.Difference between the simple interest obtained from scheme 2 and simple interest obtained from scheme 3 on the same principal amount is Rs. 5827.5. If the same principal amount is deposited on scheme 4 on simple interest and compound interest in the ratio of 5:2, respectively then find the total interest earned from scheme 4.
10.If a man deposited a total principal amount of Rs. 20,000 in scheme 4 on simple interest and compound interest in the ratio of 3: 2, respectively and another man deposited a total principal amount of Rs. 14,000 in scheme 1 on simple interest and compound interest in the ratio of 5:2, respectively then find the difference between the total interest earned by them.
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