## 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-24

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

The bar graph below shows the total population of 5 different villages, the percentage of male population in each village with respect to the total population of the village and the number of female population who are not eligible for voting.

Note1: Total population of the village = Number of (male + female) population of that village.

Note2: Number of male population in each village = Number of male population who are eligible for voting + number of male population who are not eligible for voting in that village.

Note3: Number of voters in each village = Number of (male + female) population who are eligible for voting in that village. The table below shows the ratio of the number of male population who are not eligible for voting to the number of female not eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male Population : Female Population A 9 : 7 B 151 : 129 C 32 : 29 D 81 : 53 E 103 : 97

1. In village A, find the approximate percentage of the female population eligible for voting with respect to the total population eligible for voting.

A 42.2%
B 33.6%
C 39.4%
D 36.7%
E None of these

 Village Total population Male population Female population Female population not eligible for voting Male population not eligible for voting A 5200 0.62×5200=3224 5200 – 3224 = 1976 420 540 B 4800 0.59 × 4800 = 2832 4800 – 2832 = 1968 645 755 C 5400 0.6 × 5400 = 3240 5400 – 3240 = 2160 580 640 D 4600 0.64 × 4600 = 2944 4600 – 2944 = 1656 424 648 E 4200 0.66 × 4200 = 2772 4200 – 2772 = 1428 388 412 Total 24200 15012 9188 2457 2995

The table below shows the number of male and female population eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male population eligible for voting Female population eligible for voting Total population (male + female) eligible for voting A 3224 – 540 = 2684 1976 – 420 = 1556 2684 + 1556 = 4240 B 2832 – 755 = 2077 1968 – 645 = 1323 2077 + 1323 = 3400 C 3240 – 640 = 2600 2160 – 580 = 1580 2600 + 1580 = 4180 D 2944 – 648 = 2296 1656 – 424 = 1232 2296 + 1232 = 3528 E 2772 – 412 = 2360 1428 – 388 = 1040 2360 + 1040 = 3400 Total 12017 6731 18748

Required percentage = (1556/4240) × 100 ~ 36.7%

2. Find the difference between the total male population from village A, B and C together who are eligible for voting and the total female population from the same village who are eligible for voting.

A 2742
B 2902
C 3046
D 3128
E None of these

 Village Total population Male population Female population Female population not eligible for voting Male population not eligible for voting A 5200 0.62×5200=3224 5200 – 3224 = 1976 420 540 B 4800 0.59 × 4800 = 2832 4800 – 2832 = 1968 645 755 C 5400 0.6 × 5400 = 3240 5400 – 3240 = 2160 580 640 D 4600 0.64 × 4600 = 2944 4600 – 2944 = 1656 424 648 E 4200 0.66 × 4200 = 2772 4200 – 2772 = 1428 388 412 Total 24200 15012 9188 2457 2995

The table below shows the number of male and female population eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male population eligible for voting Female population eligible for voting Total population (male + female) eligible for voting A 3224 – 540 = 2684 1976 – 420 = 1556 2684 + 1556 = 4240 B 2832 – 755 = 2077 1968 – 645 = 1323 2077 + 1323 = 3400 C 3240 – 640 = 2600 2160 – 580 = 1580 2600 + 1580 = 4180 D 2944 – 648 = 2296 1656 – 424 = 1232 2296 + 1232 = 3528 E 2772 – 412 = 2360 1428 – 388 = 1040 2360 + 1040 = 3400 Total 12017 6731 18748

Required difference = (2684 + 2077 + 2600) – (1556 + 1323 + 1580)

= 7361 – 4459= 2902

3.Find the ratio of the total population of villages B, C and E together who are eligible for voting to the total population of the same villages together.

A 27:44
B 54:91
C 61:80
D 47:59
E None of these

 Village Total population Male population Female population Female population not eligible for voting Male population not eligible for voting A 5200 0.62×5200=3224 5200 – 3224 = 1976 420 540 B 4800 0.59 × 4800 = 2832 4800 – 2832 = 1968 645 755 C 5400 0.6 × 5400 = 3240 5400 – 3240 = 2160 580 640 D 4600 0.64 × 4600 = 2944 4600 – 2944 = 1656 424 648 E 4200 0.66 × 4200 = 2772 4200 – 2772 = 1428 388 412 Total 24200 15012 9188 2457 2995

The table below shows the number of male and female population eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male population eligible for voting Female population eligible for voting Total population (male + female) eligible for voting A 3224 – 540 = 2684 1976 – 420 = 1556 2684 + 1556 = 4240 B 2832 – 755 = 2077 1968 – 645 = 1323 2077 + 1323 = 3400 C 3240 – 640 = 2600 2160 – 580 = 1580 2600 + 1580 = 4180 D 2944 – 648 = 2296 1656 – 424 = 1232 2296 + 1232 = 3528 E 2772 – 412 = 2360 1428 – 388 = 1040 2360 + 1040 = 3400 Total 12017 6731 18748

Required ratio = (3400 + 4180 + 3400) : (4800 + 5400 + 4200)

= 61 : 80

4.The total male population of all the villages together who are not eligible for voting is approximately what percent of the total male population of all the villages together?

A 19.95%
B 21.36%
C 17.42%
D 24.68%
E None of these

 Village Total population Male population Female population Female population not eligible for voting Male population not eligible for voting A 5200 0.62×5200=3224 5200 – 3224 = 1976 420 540 B 4800 0.59 × 4800 = 2832 4800 – 2832 = 1968 645 755 C 5400 0.6 × 5400 = 3240 5400 – 3240 = 2160 580 640 D 4600 0.64 × 4600 = 2944 4600 – 2944 = 1656 424 648 E 4200 0.66 × 4200 = 2772 4200 – 2772 = 1428 388 412 Total 24200 15012 9188 2457 2995

The table below shows the number of male and female population eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male population eligible for voting Female population eligible for voting Total population (male + female) eligible for voting A 3224 – 540 = 2684 1976 – 420 = 1556 2684 + 1556 = 4240 B 2832 – 755 = 2077 1968 – 645 = 1323 2077 + 1323 = 3400 C 3240 – 640 = 2600 2160 – 580 = 1580 2600 + 1580 = 4180 D 2944 – 648 = 2296 1656 – 424 = 1232 2296 + 1232 = 3528 E 2772 – 412 = 2360 1428 – 388 = 1040 2360 + 1040 = 3400 Total 12017 6731 18748

Required percentage= (2995/15012) × 100 ~ 19.95%

5.Find the total population from all the villages together who are eligible for voting?

A 18576
B 17648
C 18758
D 18742
E None of these

Correct Answer –E. None of these

 Village Total population Male population Female population Female population not eligible for voting Male population not eligible for voting A 5200 0.62×5200=3224 5200 – 3224 = 1976 420 540 B 4800 0.59 × 4800 = 2832 4800 – 2832 = 1968 645 755 C 5400 0.6 × 5400 = 3240 5400 – 3240 = 2160 580 640 D 4600 0.64 × 4600 = 2944 4600 – 2944 = 1656 424 648 E 4200 0.66 × 4200 = 2772 4200 – 2772 = 1428 388 412 Total 24200 15012 9188 2457 2995

The table below shows the number of male and female population eligible for voting in each village.

 Village Male population eligible for voting Female population eligible for voting Total population (male + female) eligible for voting A 3224 – 540 = 2684 1976 – 420 = 1556 2684 + 1556 = 4240 B 2832 – 755 = 2077 1968 – 645 = 1323 2077 + 1323 = 3400 C 3240 – 640 = 2600 2160 – 580 = 1580 2600 + 1580 = 4180 D 2944 – 648 = 2296 1656 – 424 = 1232 2296 + 1232 = 3528 E 2772 – 412 = 2360 1428 – 388 = 1040 2360 + 1040 = 3400 Total 12017 6731 18748

Required total population = 18748

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

The line graph below provides information about the time taken (in days) by five persons (A, B, C, D and E) to complete two different works i.e. X and Y while working individually.

Note: The efficiency of the given persons for different work can be different. 6.Find the difference between the time taken to complete work X by all of them while working together and to the time taken to complete work Y by all of them while working together.

A 1.2 days
B 0.8 days
C 0.6 days
D 1 day
E None of these

Correct Answer – C 0.6 days

C. 0.6 days

Total time taken to complete work X while working together = 1 / (1/10 + 1/15 + 1/12 + 1/18 + 1/36)

= 180/60 = 3 days

Total time taken to complete work Y while working together = 1 / (1/12 + 1/15 + 1/20 + 1/18 + 1/45)

= 360/100 = 3.6 days

Required difference = 3.6 – 3 = 0.6 days

7.If A, B and C started work X together and worked for ‘d’ days after which then A left the work and the total work was completed in 16/3 days, then find the value of ‘d’.

A 2 days
B 2.5 days
C 3 days
D 1.25 days
E None of these

Correct Answer – A. 2 days

Let the total work be LCM of (10, 15 and 12) = 60 units

Number of units of work completed by A in one day = 60/10 = 6 units

Number of units of work completed by B in one day = 60/15 = 4 units

Number of units of work completed by C in one day = 60/12 = 5 units

According to question,

(6 + 4 + 5) × d + (4 + 5) × [(16/3) – d] = 60

15d + 48 – 9d = 60

6d = 12

d = 2 days

8.If C and D started work Y and worked on alternate days with C starting first, then find the total time taken to complete work Y.

A 189/10 days
B 19 days
C 192/10 days
D 18.5 days
E None of these

Correct Answer – B 19 days

Let the total work be LCM of (20 and 18) = 180 units

Number of units of work completed by C in one day = 180/20 = 9 units

Number of units of work completed by D in one day = 180/18 = 10 units

So, number of units of work completed by C and D in 2 days = 9 + 10 = 19 units

Number of units of work completed by C and D in 18 days = 19 × 9 = 171 units

Remaining units of work = 180 – 171 = 9 units

This 9 units of work done by C alone in one day.

So, total time taken to complete work Y = 18 + 1 = 19 days

9.The efficiency of C was by what percentage more or less than the combined efficiency of D and E while working on work X.

A 10%
B 8.5%
C 6.67%
D 5%
E None of these

Correct Answer – E None of these

Let the total work be LCM of (12, 18 and 36) = 36 units

Number of units of work done by C in one day = 36/12 = 3 units

Number of units of work done by D in one day = 36/18 = 2 units

Number of units of work done by E in one day = 36/36 = 1 units

Required percentage = [(3 – 3)/3] × 100 = 0%

10.If the efficiency of both A and C increased by 20%, then find the time taken by A and C to complete work Y while working together.

A 15/2 days
B 6 days
C 25/4 days
D 36/5 days
E None of these

Correct Answer – C. 25/4 days

Let the total work be LCM of (12 and 20) = 60 units

Number of units of work done by A in one day = 60/12 = 5 units

Number of units of work done by C in one day = 60/20 = 3 units

According to question,

Number of units of work done by A at increased efficiency in one day = 5 × 1.2 = 6 units

Number of units of work done by B at increased efficiency in one day = 3 × 1.2 = 3.6 units

Required time taken to complete the work = 60/(6 + 3.6) = 25/4 days

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