Data Interpretation Questions With Solutions
Data Interpretation Questions With Solutions

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-33

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 pie chart shows the percentage of the number of Calculators manufactured by Casio on five different days of a week as the total number of calculators manufactured by Casio in five days together. The total number of Calculators manufactured by Casio on Wednesday is 1680.

Note: Casio is manufacturing two variants of calculators, Desktop Calculators, and Portable calculators.

The total number of calculators (manufactured in a day) = Number of Desktop Calculators (manufactured in a day) + Number of Portable calculators (manufactured in a day).

1.Find the average of the number of calculators manufactured by Casio on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday together?

A 1330
B 1470
C 1540
D 1610
E 1680
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B.1470

Number of calculators manufactured on Wednesday = 1680

Number of calculators manufactured on Monday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 18 = 1260

Number of calculators manufactured on Thursday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 21 = 1470

Therefore, required average = (1680 + 1260 + 1470)/3 = 1470

Hence, option b.

2.If the ratio of the number of Desktop calculators to the number of Portable calculators manufactured on Friday is 6:5, respectively then the number Portable calculators manufactured on Friday is what percentage of the number of calculators manufactured on Tuesday?

A 20%
B 33.33%
C 40%
D 50%
E 66.67%
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E. 66.67%

Number of calculators manufactured on Friday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 22 = 1540

So, number of Portable calculators manufactured on Friday = (5/11) × 1540 = 700

Number of calculators manufactured on Tuesday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 15 = 1050

Therefore, required percentage = (700/1050) × 100 = 66.67%

3.The ratio of the number of Desktop calculators to the number Portable calculators manufactured on Tuesday and the ratio of the price of Desktop calculators to the price of Portable calculators on Tuesday is same i.e. 3:2. If the revenue earned by selling all the calculators manufactured on Tuesday is Rs. 109200, then find the price of each Portable calculator.

A Rs. 100
B Rs. 80
C Rs. 60
D Rs. 40
E Rs. 20
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B. Rs. 80

Number of calculators manufactured on Tuesday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 15 = 1050

So, number of Portable calculators manufactured on Tuesday = (2/5) × 1050 = 420

So, number of Desktop calculators manufactured on Tuesday = 1050 – 420 = 630

Let, the price of Desktop calculators and Portable calculators be Rs. 3x and Rs. 2x, respectively.

According to question,

630 × 3x + 420 × 2x = 109200

1890x + 840x = 109200

2730x = 109200

x = 109200/2730 = 40

Therefore, price of each portable calculator = 40 × 2 = Rs. 80

4.Find the ratio of number of calculators manufactured on Monday to the number of calculators manufactured on Wednesday.

A 1:2
B 2:3
C 3:4
D 4:5
E 5:6
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C. 3 : 4 

Number of calculators manufactured on Monday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 18 = 1260

Number of calculators manufactured on Wednesday = 1680

Therefore, required ratio = 1260: 1680 = 3: 4

Hence, option c.

5.What will be the difference between the average of number of calculators manufactured on Monday and Wednesday together and the average of number of calculators manufactured on Tuesday and Thursday together?

A 210
B 240
C 270
D 310
E 340
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A. 210

Number of calculators manufactured on Wednesday = 1680

Number of calculators manufactured on Monday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 18 = 1260

Number of calculators manufactured on Thursday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 21 = 1470

Number of calculators manufactured on Tuesday = (1680 ÷ 24) × 15 = 1050

Therefore, required difference = (1260 + 1680)/2 – (1470 + 1050)/2 = 1470 – 1260 = 210

Hence, option a.

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

Given here is a bar graph that provides information about the number of people had died due to earthquake in Nepal during different years.

Total number of people had died due to earthquake in an year = Total number of males died due to earthquake in the year + Total number of females died due to earthquake in the year

6.The ratio of the number of males to number of females died in Nepal due to earthquake in 2006 and 2008 was 2:3 and 1:2, respectively. What was the total number of females die due to earthquake in the 2 years combined?

A 1200
B 800
C 900
D 200
E None of the above
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C. 900

Total number of females died due to earthquake in the 2 years combined

= [(3 / 5) × 500] + [(2 / 3) × 900]

= 300 + 600

= 900

Hence, option c.

7.56.25% and 40% of the total number of people died in Nepal due to earthquake in 2005 and 2006 respectively were males. What was the total number of females died in Nepal due to earthquake in 2005 and in 2006 combined?

A 350
B 650
C 500
D 450
E None of the above

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B. 650

Required ratio = (1 – 0.5625) × 800 + (1 – 0.4) × 500

= 0.4375 × 800 + 0.6 × 500

= 350 + 300

= 650

 

8.What was the difference between the average of the number of people died due to earthquake in 2006 and 2007 combined to the average of the number of people died due to earthquake in 2005 and 2008 combined?

A 50
B 200
C 150
D 100
E 0
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A. 50

Required difference

= [(800 + 900) / 2] – [(500 + 1100) / 2]

= [1700 / 2] – [1600 / 2]

= 850 – 800

= 50

9.Out of the total number of people died due to earthquake in the 4 years combined, 37/66of them were males, what was the total number of females that had died due to earthquake in the 4 years combined?

A 1650
B 1900
C 1450
D 1100
E None of the above
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C. 1450

Total number of females that died due to earthquake in the 4 years combined

= [1 – (37 / 66)] × (800 + 500 + 1100 + 900)

= [29 / 66] × 3300

= 1450

10.The total number of females died due to earthquake in 2008 was equal to (2 / 11)th of the total number of people died due to earthquake in the 4 years combined. What was the total number of females died due to earthquakes in 2008?

A 400
B 750
C 500
D 450
E 600
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E. 600

Total number of females died due to earthquake in 2008

= (2 / 11) × (800 + 500 + 1100 + 900)

= (2 / 11) × 3300

= 600