## Pie Chart and Tabular Data Interpretation

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.

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## Pie Chart and Tabular Data Interpretation Quiz – 6

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

The given pie chart shows the percentage distribution of number of different types of chocolates distributed by Akshay.

Total number of chocolates distributed = 240

1.The average number of chocolates of Dairy Milk, 5-star and Mars taken together is equal to number of chocolates distributed of which of the given type?

A 5-Star
B Snickers
C Mars
D Twix
E None of these

Correct Answer – E.None of these

Explanation:

 Chocolates Number of chocolates Dairy Milk 0.25 × 240 = 60 5-Star 0.2 × 240 = 48 Snickers 0.15 × 240 = 36 Mars 0.30 × 240 = 72 Twix 0.1 × 240 = 24

Average number of chocolates of Dairy Milk, 5-star and Mars taken together = (60 + 48 + 72)/3 = 60

It is equal to the number of Dairy Milk distributed.

2.Find the ratio of number of chocolates of 5-Star and Mars taken together to the number of chocolates of Dairy milk and Twix taken together.

A 10:7
B 7:5
C 5:4
D 4:3
E 3:2

Correct Answer – A. 10:7

Explanation:

 Chocolates Number of chocolates Dairy Milk 0.25 × 240 = 60 5-Star 0.2 × 240 = 48 Snickers 0.15 × 240 = 36 Mars 0.30 × 240 = 72 Twix 0.1 × 240 = 24

Therefore, required ratio = (48 + 72): (60 + 24) = 120: 84 = 10: 7

3.The number of chocolates of Mars distributed by Akshay is what percentage more or less than the number of chocolates of 5-Star distributed by Akshay?

A. 20%
B. 25%
C. 30%
D. 50%
E. 75%

Correct Answer – D. 50%

Explanation:

 Chocolates Number of chocolates Dairy Milk 0.25 × 240 = 60 5-Star 0.2 × 240 = 48 Snickers 0.15 × 240 = 36 Mars 0.30 × 240 = 72 Twix 0.1 × 240 = 24

Therefore, required percentage = [(72 – 48)/48] × 100 = 50%

4.The ratio of price of one Dairy milk and one Snickers is 5:4 respectively, and total amount spent by Akshay on Dairy milk and Snickers is Rs. 1776. Find the price of 3 Dairy milk and 5 Snickers.

A. Rs. 120
B. Rs. 140
C. Rs. 160
D. Rs. 180
E. None of these

Correct Answer – B. Rs. 140

Explanation:

Let, price of a Dairy milk and a Snickers be Rs. 5x and Rs. 4x respectively.

According to question,

 Chocolates Number of chocolates Dairy Milk 0.25 × 240 = 60 5-Star 0.2 × 240 = 48 Snickers 0.15 × 240 = 36 Mars 0.30 × 240 = 72 Twix 0.1 × 240 = 24

5x × 60 + 4x × 36 = 1776

300x + 144x = 1776

444x = 1776

x = 1776/444 = 4

So, price of one Dairy milk and one Snickers is Rs. 20 and Rs. 16, respectively.

Therefore, price of 3 Dairy milk and 5 Snickers = 20 × 3 + 16 × 5 = 60 + 80 = Rs. 140

5.Akshay distributed all chocolates among his class of 60 students such that number of chocolates received by each girl is 2 more than number of chocolates received by each boy, and number of chocolates received by each boy is 1 less than average number of chocolates received by each student. Find the ratio of number of boys to the number of girls in class.

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

Correct Answer – E. 1:1

Explanation:

Average number of chocolates received by each student = 240/60 = 4

So, number of chocolates received by each boy = 4 – 1 = 3

So, number of chocolates received by each girl = 3 + 2 = 5

Let, number of boys be x.

So, number of girls in class = (60 – x)

According to question,

x × 3 + (60 – x) × 5 = 240

3x + 300 – 5x = 240

2x = 300 – 240

x = 60/2

x = 30

Therefore, number of boys be 30

So, number of girls in class = (60 – 30) = 30

Therefore, required ratio = 30: 30 = 1: 1

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

The given table shows data regarding the number of children who were given Polio drops and total number of children in different villages.

 Village Total children Number of children who were given Polio drops A 254 192 B 184 148 C 156 124 D 272 240 E 324 216

6.Find the average number of children who were not given Polio drops from villages A, C, and D taken together.

A. 36
B. 42
C. 48
D. 54
E. 64

Correct Answer – B. 42

 Village Total Children Number of children who were given Polio drops Number of children who were not given Polio drops A 254 192 254 – 192 = 62 B 184 148 184 – 148 = 36 C 156 124 156 – 124 = 32 D 272 240 272 – 240 = 32 E 324 216 324 – 216 = 108

Therefore, required average = (62 + 32 + 32)/3 = 42

7.The ratio of boys and girls in village D is 5:3 respectively, and ratio of boys and girls to whom Polio drops were not given in village D is 3:1 respectively. Find the ratio of number of boys to the number of girls who were given Polio drops in village D.

A. 37:21
B. 43:32
C. 57:36
D. 73:47
E. 92:77

Correct Answer – D. 73:47

Explanation:

 Village Total Children Number of children who were given Polio drops Number of children who were not given Polio drops A 254 192 254 – 192 = 62 B 184 148 184 – 148 = 36 C 156 124 156 – 124 = 32 D 272 240 272 – 240 = 32 E 324 216 324 – 216 = 108

Therefore, number of boys in village D = (5/8) × 272 = 170

So, number of boys to whom Polio drop was not given in village D = (3/4) × 32 = 24

Therefore, number of boys to whom Polio drop was given in village D = 170 – 24 = 146

So, number of girls to whom Polio drop was given in village D = 240 – 146 = 94

Therefore, required ratio = 146: 94 = 73: 47

8.Find the difference between the total number of children to whom Polio drops were given in village A and B taken together and total number of children in village E.

A. 8
B. 12
C. 16
D. 20
E. 24

Correct Answer – C. 16

Explanation:

 Village Total Children Number of children who were given Polio drops Number of children who were not given Polio drops A 254 192 254 – 192 = 62 B 184 148 184 – 148 = 36 C 156 124 156 – 124 = 32 D 272 240 272 – 240 = 32 E 324 216 324 – 216 = 108

Therefore, required difference = (192 + 148) – 324 = 16

9.In village F, out of total 320 children, only 75% were given Polio drops, and the number of boys who were given Polio drops was 25% more than number of children to whom Polio drops were given in village C. Find the number of girls who were given Polio drops in village F.

A. 72
B. 85
C. 96
D. 104
E. 115

Correct Answer – B. 85

Explanation:

 Village Total Children Number of children who were given Polio drop Number of children who were not given Polio drops A 254 192 254 – 192 = 62 B 184 148 184 – 148 = 36 C 156 124 156 – 124 = 32 D 272 240 272 – 240 = 32 E 324 216 324 – 216 = 108

Number of children to whom Polio drop was given in Village F = 0.75 × 320 = 240

So, number of boys who were given Polio drop in village F = 1.25 × 124 = 155

So, number of girls who were given Polio drop in village F = 240 – 155 = 85

10.The number of children who were given Polio drop in village E is what percentage of number of children who were not given Polio drops in village E?

A. 75%
B. 100%
C. 125%
D. 150%
E. 200%