## Caselet Data Interpretation for IBPS Clerk Mains | Syndicate PO

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# Caselet Data Interpretation for IBPS Clerk Mains: Set- 38

Directions:(1-5) Study the following table and answer the questions based on it.

The total population of village satana is 3550, out of which 36% people are below poverty line. The total population of Satana is 11 ¼% less than the total population of amin, while there are 29% people in amin who lives below poverty line.

In Nilokheri the people living below poverty line are 40 more than that in amin which is 40% of the total population of this village. The average population of Gharaunda and Samalkha is equal to the average population of amin and Nilokheri, while the difference between their population is 1800 (Village Samalkha is more populated). 47% of the population of Gharaunda are below poverty line. Overall 46% of the population of all villages’ together lives below poverty line

1What percent of population of Samalkha lives above poverty line? (Approximate)

A. 26%
B. 27%
C. 28%
D. 29%
E. 30%

B. 27%

2.Find the approximate average no. of people below poverty line in the given villages.

A. 1610
B. 1620
C. 1615
D. 1320
E. 1730

C. 1615

3.If 35% of the BPL population of Nilokheri are children, while 30% of the overall population of this village are children. Then what percent of population above poverty line are children?

A. 25%
B. 30%
C. 26 1/3 %
D. 26 2/3 %
E. None of these

D. 26 2/3 %

4.What is the difference between total population of Nilokheri and that of Gharaunda?

A. 300
B. 200
C. 250
D. 400
E. None of these

D. 400

5.If in the next year the total population of amin would increase by 20%, while BPL population would decrease by 25%, then what percent of population in next year would be below poverty line?

A. 18.125%
B. 18.325%
C. 18.225%
D. 18.525%
E. None of these

A. 18.125%

Directions:(6-10) Study the following data carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Gaurav, a sweet seller, bought some quantity of three types of sweets Rasgulla, Rasmalai and Kalakand in ratio of 6 : 10 : 9. Kalakand costed him a total of Rs. 18,900 at rate of 420 per kg. By selling Kalakand at a discount of 5% he earned a profit of  13 2/21% On Rasmalai (which was marked Rs. 500 per kg) he earned Rs. 5 less profit per kg as compared to that on Kalakand by selling Rasmalai at 10% discount. Gaurav spent a total of Rs. 46,400 on buying these sweets, while he earned a total profit of Rs. 5875 on selling all bought sweets. Rasgullas were marked 40% above cost price per kg.

6.What is the difference between the number of Accord cars sold by dealers D and E together and the number of City cars sold by dealers B and F together?

A. Rs. 365.8

B. Rs. 371.2

C. 420.5

D. 325.2

E. None of these

B. Rs. 371.2

7.If Gaurav gave an extra discount of 20% on Kalakand, then his gain% or loss% was :

A.

B.

C.

D.

E.

D.

8.Find the total quantity of sweets bought by Gaurav ?

A. 135 kg

B. 126 kg

C. 125 kg

D. 120 kg

E. 130 kg

C. 125 kg

Total sweets bought = 30 + 50 + 45 = 125 kg

9. If 10kg of Rasmalai was wasted away due to some reason. Find profit% or loss% by selling the remaining Rasmalai as per given condition.

A. 10% loss

B. 10% gain

C. 12% loss

D. 15% loss

E. None of these

A. 10% loss

10.Cost price per kg of Kalakand was what percent less than marked price per kg of Kalakand ?

A. 18%

B. 16%

C. 15%

D. 12%

E. 20%