Data Interpretation for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO
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Data Interpretation for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO : Set- 45
Directions:(1-5) Mr. Jay got a new office building made in Gurgaon that would become his new office.Given here is a pie – chart that provides information about the percentage distribution of expenditure incurred for different items for the construction of the office.Study the pie-chart carefully and answer the questions accordingly.
The total expenditure incurred for the construction of the new building was Rs. 9200000.
1.What amount would Mr. Jay have saved, if the amount spent on Wood and Labour had been 25% and 15% less respectively?
A. Rs. 66000
B. Rs. 795800
C. Rs. 1250000
D. Rs. 1048000
E. Rs. 911000
2.By what percentage was the total expenditure on wood and bricks more than the total expenditure of metal sheets, imported rocks and miscellaneous expenses?
3.Out of the total expenditure on labour, the ratio of the total amount given to male workers to the total amount given to female workers was 11:9. If each male worker got Rs. 8096 and the number of female workers was twice the number of male workers, then what was the total number of female workers?
4.What is the ratio of the average amount spent on metal sheets and bricks and the average amount spent on cement and imported rocks?
5.Some of the bricks and metal sheets turned out to be of low quality for which Mr. Jay would be getting back 20% of his money spent on bricks and 10% of his money spent on metal sheets. How much money would he get back by returning the low quality material?
A. Rs. 765200
B. Rs. 442600
C. Rs. 292000
D. Rs. 386400
E. None of these
Directions: (6-10) Directions: Study the table carefully and answer the questions.Given below are the dimensions of different containers that are used to fill water into cylinders of radius 21 cm. Each container can be used only once.
6.If 3/5th of the conical containers available are used to ill water (water is present in the conical containers up to its brim) into 3 cylinders and each cylinder can be only filled up to 80% of its total height, then the height of each cylinder will be?
A. 14 cm
B. 30 cm
C. 25 cm
D. 42 cm
E. None of these
7.What will be the ratio of the volumes of 4 cylindrical and one – fourth of the hemispherical containers available?
E. None of these
8.If all the hemispherical containers are used to fill the available cylinders of height 30 cm up to 90% of their heights, then the number of cylinders which are filled up to 90% of their height will be? (Assume all the cylinders are of the same height)
9.If a hemispherical container is inverted and kept on top of another hemispherical container such that their bases coincide and a sphere is formed, find the cost of painting all such spheres obtained by combining two hemispheres at the rate of Rs.35 per cm2? (Take π = 3.14)
A. Rs. 4736211.2
B. Rs. 1378585.6
C. Rs. 785856
D. Rs. 3178585.5
E. Rs. 2732812.1
10. If all the cylindrical containers are completely filled with water and the water
is to be transferred to all the conical containers which are empty, then find the quantity of water which is left to be transferred?
A. 34.5 litres
B. 42.78 litres
C. 92.4 litres
D. 61.1 litres
E. 20 litres