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Data Interpretation Quiz For IBPS PO Mains
Directions:(1-5) A company hired 5 new employees and offered them different salary.
The gross salary of an employee consists of basic salary, fixed perks and variable allowances. Every employee gets 5 types of variable allowances as different percentages of Basic Salary
The Table-1(Figures in Rs.) gives Basic Salary and fixed perks of each employee and Bar-graph gives the breakup of variable allowances of each employee in percentage of basic salary
|Name||Basic Salary||Fixed Perks|
1.If total variable allowances is X% less than the sum of basic salary and fixed perks, then for which employee the value of X is maximum?
2.Which employee gets the 2nd highest gross salary?
3.Which employee receives maximum variable allowance?
4.The total expense by company on BDA of the five employees is approximately what percentage of total expenses on LTA of the five employees?
5.What is the ratio of total expense of company on basic salary and fixed perks to that of total expense of company on variable allowances over the five employees?
Directions: (6-10) Study the following bar-graph carefully and answer the questions.
6.Which of the following year has seen the maximum percentage growth in the number of Upper primary institutions over the previous year?
7.Which of the following statements is/are definitely true?
a. The increase in percentage share of Upper primary institutions in the year 2000-01 over the previous year is more than the decrease in percentage share of Primary institutions in the same period.
b. The decrease in percentage share of Upper primary institutions in the year 2004-05 over the previous year is less than increase in percentage share of Primary institutions in the same period.
c. The only year that has seen a decline in the percentage share of Primary institutions over the previous year is 2001-02.
d. The decrease in percentage share of Junior colleges in the year 2003-04 over the previous year is less than the increase in percentage share of Primary institutions in the same period.
a. Both (a) and (b)
b. Only (b)
c. Only (d)
d. Only (c)
e. Both (c) and (d)
8.Which of the following statement(s) is/are definitely true?
a. The number of Primary institutions first decreased and then increased over the years.
b. The number of Junior colleges increased consistently over the years.
c.The number of Upper primary institutions increased consistently over the years.
d.Both options (b) and (c)
e. None of these
9.What is the number of years in which the total number of Upper primary schools and Junior colleges were less than the total number of Primary schools?
d. More than 3
e. None of these
10.Which year witnessed the highest percentage growth in the number of Primary institutes over previous year?
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