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 exams. 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.
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.
Data Interpretation Questions Quiz-15
Directions-(1-3) Government of India started 4 schemes for the distress farmers to help them in Agriculture. In these schemes farmer can take Loan up to a limit. Rate of interest is given according to time of amount lent. Study the data carefully and answer the following questions.
Loan Up to | Loan Interest for 1st Year | Loan Interest after 1st Year | |
Scheme A | 50,000 | 2% | 5% |
Scheme B | 80,000 | 3% | 6% |
Scheme C | 1,00,000 | 5% | 8% |
Scheme D | 1,20,000 | 6% | 10% |
1.A farmer has 1-hectare land and he need Rs. 80,000 for irrigation purpose. What could be the minimum interest he has to paid after 2 years.
2.A farmer gets equal money from all 4 schemes. At the end of two year he pays Rs. 20250. Find the interest he paid in scheme C.
3.A farmer need 1.8 lakh in total. Find the interest he paid in 2 years in scheme B if he gets money from all four schemes, so he had to pay minimum interest. In each scheme minimum limit to get money is half of the maximum limit of that scheme.
Directions-(4-8)Given below is the table which shows the ratio of Efficiency of X and Y in completing five different works and time taken by X alone to complete these five works. Line Graph shows the number of days Y actually worked on these five works.
Work | Ratio of Efficiency of X and Y | Time Taken by X alone to complete work (In days) |
A | 3:2 | 6 |
B | 4:5 | 5 |
C | 1:2 | 8 |
D | 7:6 | 6 |
E | 3:4 | 6 |
4.After Y had worked for the given number of days on work C and work D, X completes the remaining of work C and work D. Time taken by X in completing the remaining of work C is what percent more or less than time taken by him in completing the remaining of work D.
5.X and Y together started working on work D but both left after working for 2 days. Remaining work is completed by M and N together in 4 days. If ratio of efficiency of X and M in completing work D is 7 : 3, then in how much time N alone will complete the work D.
6.If percentage of work C completed by X in 4 days is equal to the percentage of work C completed by 4 women in 5 hours and ratio of efficiency of a woman and a child in completing work C is 5 : 3, then in how much time work C will be completed by 6 children.
7.If another person Z can complete work B in (Q – P) days where P and Q are the times taken by X and Y together to complete work B and C respectively, then what is the ratio of efficiency of Y and Z in completing work B?
8.After Y had worked for the given numbers of days on work C, D and E, what is the sum of times taken by X in completing the remaining of work C, D and E?
Directions-(9-10)The following table shows different vessels, type of their shapes and different dimensions of these vessels.
(Note: Some values are missing, you need to calculate those values if required.)
Vessels | Type of Shape | Dimension (In cm.) | |||
Length | Breath | Height | Radius | ||
A | Cube | 35 | – | – | – |
B | Cuboid | – | – | 25 | – |
C | Cone | – | – | 28 | – |
D | Cylinder | – | – | 20 | – |
E | Hemisphere | – | – | – | 21 |
9.Capacity of another cylindrical vessel F is 10% more than that of vessel A. If the height of vessel F is 49, then radius of vessel F is how much percent less than that of vessel E?
10.What the ratio of lateral surface areas of vessel C and vessel E if the ratio of radius and height of vessel C is 3 : 4?