Data Interpretation for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO
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Data Interpretation for SBI Clerk | Syndicate PO : Set- 51
Directions:(1-5)Answer the questions based on the information given below.
A train started running from source station P to its destination station Q. There were three intermediate stations i.e. A, B, and C between station P and station Q in the given order and the fare between any two consecutive stations was Rs. 5. The total number of passengers boarded at station P was 2280. The ratio of the number of passengers boarded and left the train at station A was 9:7, respectively and the total tickets sold for station Q at station B was 140 and the total number of Rs. 5 tickets sold at station B was 210. The ratio of the total number of passengers who left the train at station A and at station B was 7:6, respectively. The total amount earned by selling Rs. 5 tickets at station P was Rs. 2800 and the total number of passengers left the train at the station Q was 1740. The total amount earned by selling tickets at the station C was Rs. 1250.
1. How many passengers had left the train at the station C?
A. 780
B. 820
C. 850
D. 940
E. 760
2. The ratio of the number of Rs. 5, Rs. 10, Rs. 15 and Rs. 20 tickets sold at the station P was 14: 6: 8: 29, respectively. Find the number of Rs. 5 tickets sold at the station A.
A. 228
B. 270
C. 240
D. 300
E. 264
3.How many passengers were on the train between station B and station C?
A. 2190
B. 2580
C. 2640
D. 2310
E. 2420
4.The per person average weight of the passengers traveling in the train from station A to station B was 35 kg and the resultant weight of the train (including the passengers) was 200 ton then find the weight of the train only. (1 ton = 1000 kg)
A. 114.6 ton
B. 118.4 ton
C. 118.4 ton
D. 116.8 ton
E. 124.2 ton
5.Find the total amount collected at the station B on selling all the tickets.
A. Rs. 2250
B. Rs. 2450
C. Rs. 2600
D. Rs. 3000
E. Rs. 2500
Directions: (6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
The number of pens, number of pencils and number of notebooks bought by five shopkeepers from a wholesaler is given in the missing table. Cost of a pen is Rs. 7, cost of a pencil is Rs. 4 and cost of a notebook is Rs. 13.
Number of pens bought | Number of pencils bought | Number of notebooks bought | Total amount paid | |
Sumit | 84 | 137 | 55 | – |
Amit | – | 142 | – | Rs. 1702 |
Ranjeev | 106 | – | – | Rs. 2063 |
Sanjeev | – | 153 | 78 | Rs. 2480 |
Deepak | 93 | – | 66 | Rs. 2145 |
Total | 476 | – | 309 |
6.Find the total number of pencils bought by all the five shopkeepers together.
A. 723
B. 745
C. 706
D. 732
E. 719
7.Find the total amount spent by Ranjeev for buying pencils.
A. Rs. 570
B. Rs. 624
C. Rs. 528
D. Rs. 542
E. Rs. 640
8.What is the difference between the amount spent by Ranjeev and Deepak for buying notebooks?
A. Rs. 52
B. Rs. 65
C. Rs. 91
D. Rs. 78
E. Rs. 104
9.Find the difference between the number of notebooks and the number of pens bought by Amit.
A. 26
B. 22
C. 25
D. 29
E. 18
10. Find the total amount spent by Sumit for buying all the articles.
A. Rs. 1755
B. Rs. 1856
C. Rs. 1743
D. Rs. 1851
E. Rs. 1836