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## Data Interpretation Quiz (Pie Chart) Quiz

Direction (1-4): Study the given pie charts and answer the following questions.
In the first pie chart distribution of overseas tourist traffic from India to different countries is given and in the second pie chart distribution of overseas tourist traffic from India according to age wise is given.

Distribution of Overseas Tourist Traffic from India

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1.If the tourist traffic from India to China  is 165000 more than that of Russia then overseas tourist traffic in the age group of (40-49) years are how much (in lakh) more/less then the overseas traffic from India in the age group of (30 – 39) years?

A. 0.725 lakh
B. 0.275 lakh
C. 0.55 lakh
D. 0.527 lakh
E. 0.42 lakh

2.The ratio of the number of Indian tourists that went to China to the number of Indian tourists who were below 30 years of age is :
A. 2 : 1
B. 8 : 3
C. 3 : 8
D. Cannot be determined
E. none of these

3. If amongst other countries, USA, accounted for 25% of the Indian tourist traffic, and it is known from official Swiss records that a total of 25 lakh Indian tourists had gone to USA during the year, then find the number of 30-39-year-old Indian tourists who went abroad in that year.
A. 18.75 lakh
B. 25 lakh
C. 50 lakh
D. 75 lakh
E. none of these

4.If amongst other countries, Switzerland, accounted for 25% of the Indian tourist traffic, and it is known from official Swiss records that a total of 25 lakh Indian tourists had gone to Switzerland during the year, then what was the volume of traffic of Indian tourists in the China?
A. 150 lakh
B. 125 lakh
C. 200 lakh
D. 225 lakh
E. none of these

Direction (5-8): Read the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below:
The following table gives the sales and profit pattern of company XYZ over the period 1990-91 to 1994-95 and the pie graph gives the shareholding pattern of the some company for the same period.

 Years Sales ( in Rs. Cr.) Profit ( In Rs. Cr.) 1990-91 6700 590 1991-92 6900 630 1992-93 7300 710 1993-94 7500 530 1994-95 8000 800

Note: The shareholding has remained static throughout this time period.

5.What is the difference of dividends received by banks in 1991-92 and that received by Mutual funds in 1992-93, if the total profits of a year are disbursed as dividends to shareholders in the ratio of shareholding?

A. 47.2 crores
B. 48.6 crores
C. 49.6 crores
D. 44.6 crores
E. None of these

6.What is the difference of expenditure made by foreign companies in 1992-93 and that made by other companies in 1994-95 if the total expenditure of a year is shared by all shareholders in the ratio of their shareholdings?
A. 414 crores
B. 246.5 crores
C. 421.5 crores
D. 390 crores
E. None of these

7. If profit is shared by all shareholders in ratio of their shareholdings then profit for FI’s in 1991- 92 is how much greater than the profit for Public in 1993-94 ?
A. 64.5 crore
B. 71.5 crore
C. 60.5 crore
D. 73.5 crore
E. None of these

8.If profit is shared by all the shareholders in ratio of their shareholding then profit for Mutual funds and foreign companies together in 1990-91 is what percent more/less than the profit for Banks and Govt. companies together in 1992-93 ? (approximate)
A. 53%
B. 54%
C. 52%
D. 58%
E. 60%

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