## Data Interpretation Questions For Bank

Hello Aspirants, As we all know that Data Interpretation is a vital part of quantitative aptitude section for every competitive exam. Data Interpretation is the process of making sense out of a collection of data that has been processed. This collection of data present in the form of charts. (Like – Tabular Chart, Bar Chart, Pie Chart, Line Chart, Missing Data Chart, Caselet Chart, and Radar Chart). So here, In this article, we will provide different charts with some questions. These Data Interpretation Questions are important for Bank, SSC, SEBI, NABARD, RBI, LIC, and Other state exams. You can attempt these questions & boost your preparation for your examination.

In the Banking exams, Data Interpretation Questions asked in the Prelims as well as Mains exam. There are 3-4 Data Interpretation asked in the mains exam (Bank). You want to score more in the Data Interpretation section then you should practice more and more Data Interpretations questions.

## Data Interpretation Questions Quiz-32

This “Data Interpretation Questions and Answers” is also important for other banking exams such as SBI PO, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer, IBPS RRB Office Assistant, IBPS SO, SBI SO and other competitive exams.

Directions: (1-5)Answer the questions based on the information given below.

The bar graph below provides information about the number of different types of T-shirts i.e. round-neck, V-neck and collar T-shirts manufactured by different T-shirt manufacturing companies in a month.

Note: Total number of T-shirts manufactured in a month = Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured in a month + Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured in a month + Number of collar T-shirts manufactured in a month 1.The total number of round neck and V-neck t-shirts manufactured by company B is what percent of the total number of T-shirts manufactured by the same company?

A 57.28%
B 44.91%
C 41.34%
D 37.86%
E None of these

B.44.91%

 Company Total number of T-shirts manufactured Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured Number of collar T-shirts manufactured A 1324 442 298 1324 – (442 + 298) = 584 B 1768 514 280 1768 – (514 + 280) = 974 C 1546 876 386 1546 – (876 + 386) = 284 D 1680 745 240 1680 – (745 + 240) = 695 Total 6318 2577 1204 2537

Required percentage = [(514 + 280)/1768] × 100 = 44.91%

2.Find the ratio of the number of collar T-shirts manufactured by company A to the number of collar T-shirts manufactured by company C.

A 73:36
B 154:111
C 84:41
D 146:71
E None of these

D. 146:71

 Company Total number of T-shirts manufactured Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured Number of collar T-shirts manufactured A 1324 442 298 1324 – (442 + 298) = 584 B 1768 514 280 1768 – (514 + 280) = 974 C 1546 876 386 1546 – (876 + 386) = 284 D 1680 745 240 1680 – (745 + 240) = 695 Total 6318 2577 1204 2537

Required ratio = 584 : 284

= 146 : 71

3.Out of the total number of T-shirts manufactured by company D, the number of black colour T-shirts manufactured by company D is 30% of the total t-shirts manufactured and the ratio of black round neck, V-neck and collar T-shirts is 3:1:2 respectively then find the difference between the total number of black colour round neck and black colour collar T-shirts manufactured by company D.

A 41
B 84
C 30
D 60
E None of these

B. 84

 Company Total number of T-shirts manufactured Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured Number of collar T-shirts manufactured A 1324 442 298 1324 – (442 + 298) = 584 B 1768 514 280 1768 – (514 + 280) = 974 C 1546 876 386 1546 – (876 + 386) = 284 D 1680 745 240 1680 – (745 + 240) = 695 Total 6318 2577 1204 2537

Total number of black colour t-shirts = 0.3 × 1680 = 504

Total number of black round neck T-shirts manufactured by company D = (3/6) × 504 = 252

Total number of black collar T-shirts manufactured by company D = (2/6) × 504 = 168

Required difference = 252 – 168 = 84

4.The total number of collar T-shirts manufactured by all the companies together was what percentage of the total number of T-shirts manufactured by all the companies together?

A 45.22%
B 32.68%
C 40.16%
D 36.78%
E None of these

C. 40.16%

 Company Total number of T-shirts manufactured Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured Number of collar T-shirts manufactured A 1324 442 298 1324 – (442 + 298) = 584 B 1768 514 280 1768 – (514 + 280) = 974 C 1546 876 386 1546 – (876 + 386) = 284 D 1680 745 240 1680 – (745 + 240) = 695 Total 6318 2577 1204 2537

Required percentage = (2537/6318) × 100 = 40.16%

5.Find the average number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured by each company.

A 313
B 307
C 297
D 311
E None of these

E. None of these

 Company Total number of T-shirts manufactured Number of round neck T-shirts manufactured Number of V-neck T-shirts manufactured Number of collar T-shirts manufactured A 1324 442 298 1324 – (442 + 298) = 584 B 1768 514 280 1768 – (514 + 280) = 974 C 1546 876 386 1546 – (876 + 386) = 284 D 1680 745 240 1680 – (745 + 240) = 695 Total 6318 2577 1204 2537

Required average = 1204 ÷ 4 = 301

Directions: (6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.

The table below provides information about the total number of employees of a company coming to the office by different means of transportation i.e. private transport and public transport. The private transport vehicle used by the employees i.e. bicycle, bike and car are parked in the company’s parking area.

Note1: One employee uses only one means of private transport to reach office.

Note2: All the employees of the company come either by public transport or private transport.

Note3: Bike and bicycle are 2 wheelers and car is a four wheeler.

 Company Total number of employees Number of employee using public transport Number of bicycles : Number of bikes : Number of cars Wipro 2737 2225 12:81:35 Infosys 1876 1570 26:92:35 TCS 2345 1987 18:106:55 HCL 1978 1574 49:118:35 NTT 2454 1980 14:41:24

6.Find the difference between the number of vehicles parked in the parking of Infosys and the number of vehicles parked in the parking of NTT.

A 154
B 172
C 168
D 148
E None of these

C. 168

Number of employees of Wipro using public transport = 2737 – 2225 = 512

Number of employees of Infosys using public transport = 1876 – 1570 = 306

Number of employees of TCS using public transport = 2345 – 1987 = 358

Number of employees of HCL using public transport = 1978 – 1574 = 404

Number of employees of NTT using public transport = 2454 – 1980 = 474

Since, total number of employees using private transport = total number of vehicles parked in the company’s parking.

 Company Total number of employees Number of employee using public transport Total number of vehicles parked in company’s parking Wipro 2737 2225 512 Infosys 1876 1570 306 TCS 2345 1987 358 HCL 1978 1574 404 NTT 2454 1980 474 Total 11390 9336 2054

The table below shows the number of bicycles, bikes and cars parked in different company’s parking.

 Company Number of bicycles Number of bikes Number of cars Wipro (12/128)×512 = 48 (81/128) × 512 = 324 (35/128) × 512 = 140 Infosys (26/153) × 306 = 52 (92/153) × 306 = 184 (35/153) × 306 = 70 TCS (18/179) × 358 = 36 (106/179) × 358 = 212 (55/179) × 358 = 110 HCL (49/202) × 404 = 98 (118/202) × 404 = 236 (35/202) × 404 = 70 NTT (14/79) × 474 = 84 (41/79) × 474 = 246 (24/79) × 474 = 144 Total 318 1202 534

Required difference = 474 – 306 = 168

7.Find the average number of employees working in the 5 companies.

A 2304
B 2174
C 2256
D 2278
E None of these

D. 2278

 Company Total number of employees Number of employees using public transport Total number of vehicles parked in company’s parking Wipro 2737 2225 512 Infosys 1876 1570 306 TCS 2345 1987 358 HCL 1978 1574 404 NTT 2454 1980 474 Total 11390 9336 2054

The table below shows the number of bicycles, bikes and cars parked in different company’s parking.

 Company Number of bicycles Number of bikes Number of cars Wipro (12/128) × 512 = 48 (81/128) × 512 = 324 (35/128) × 512 = 140 Infosys (26/153) × 306 = 52 (92/153) × 306 = 184 (35/153) × 306 = 70 TCS (18/179) × 358 = 36 (106/179) × 358 = 212 (55/179) × 358 = 110 HCL (49/202) × 404 = 98 (118/202) × 404 = 236 (35/202) × 404 = 70 NTT (14/79) × 474 = 84 (41/79) × 474 = 246 (24/79) × 474 = 144 Total 318 1202 534

Required average = 11390 / 5 = 2278

8.Find the total number of wheels of all the bikes parked in the parking of all companies taken together.

A 2648
B 2896
C 2176
D 2456
E None of these

E. None of these

 Company Total number of employees Number of employees using public transport Total number of vehicles parked in company’s parking Wipro 2737 2225 512 Infosys 1876 1570 306 TCS 2345 1987 358 HCL 1978 1574 404 NTT 2454 1980 474 Total 11390 9336 2054

The table below shows the number of bicycles, bikes and cars parked in different company’s parking.

 Company Number of bicycles Number of bikes Number of cars Wipro (12/128) × 512 = 48 (81/128) × 512 = 324 (35/128) × 512 = 140 Infosys (26/153) × 306 = 52 (92/153) × 306 = 184 (35/153) × 306 = 70 TCS (18/179) × 358 = 36 (106/179) × 358 = 212 (55/179) × 358 = 110 HCL (49/202) × 404 = 98 (118/202) × 404 = 236 (35/202) × 404 = 70 NTT (14/79) × 474 = 84 (41/79) × 474 = 246 (24/79) × 474 = 144 Total 318 1202 534

Required total number of wheels = 1202 × 2 = 2404

9.Find the difference between the number of wheels of two wheelers parked in the parking of Wipro and the number of wheels of 4 wheelers parked in the parking of the same company.

A 172
B 184
C 148
D 154
E None of these

B. 184

 Company Total number of employees Number of employees using public transport Total number of vehicles parked in company’s parking Wipro 2737 2225 512 Infosys 1876 1570 306 TCS 2345 1987 358 HCL 1978 1574 404 NTT 2454 1980 474 Total 11390 9336 2054

The table below shows the number of bicycles, bikes and cars parked in different company’s parking.

 Company Number of bicycles Number of bikes Number of cars Wipro (12/128) × 512 = 48 (81/128) × 512 = 324 (35/128) × 512 = 140 Infosys (26/153) × 306 = 52 (92/153) × 306 = 184 (35/153) × 306 = 70 TCS (18/179) × 358 = 36 (106/179) × 358 = 212 (55/179) × 358 = 110 HCL (49/202) × 404 = 98 (118/202) × 404 = 236 (35/202) × 404 = 70 NTT (14/79) × 474 = 84 (41/79) × 474 = 246 (24/79) × 474 = 144 Total 318 1202 534

Total number of wheels of two wheelers parked in the parking of Wipro = (48 + 324) × 2 = 744

Total number of wheels of four wheelers parked in the parking of Wipro = 140 × 4 = 560

Required difference = 744 – 560 = 184

10.The total number of two wheelers parked in the parking of all the companies together is what percent of the total number of vehicles parked in the parking of all the companies together?

A 78%
B 74%
C 69%
D 65%
E 53%

B. 74%

 Company Total number of employees Number of employees using public transport Total number of vehicles parked in company’s parking Wipro 2737 2225 512 Infosys 1876 1570 306 TCS 2345 1987 358 HCL 1978 1574 404 NTT 2454 1980 474 Total 11390 9336 2054

The table below shows the number of bicycles, bikes and cars parked in different company’s parking.

 Company Number of bicycles Number of bikes Number of cars Wipro (12/128) × 512 = 48 (81/128) × 512 = 324 (35/128) × 512 = 140 Infosys (26/153) × 306 = 52 (92/153) × 306 = 184 (35/153) × 306 = 70 TCS (18/179) × 358 = 36 (106/179) × 358 = 212 (55/179) × 358 = 110 HCL (49/202) × 404 = 98 (118/202) × 404 = 236 (35/202) × 404 = 70 NTT (14/79) × 474 = 84 (41/79) × 474 = 246 (24/79) × 474 = 144 Total 318 1202 534

Required percentage = [(318 + 1202)/2054] × 100 = 74% 