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# Data Interpretation Quiz

Directions:(1-5) Refer to the following line graph and answer the questions.

The following line-diagram represents the number of cars sold by three companies A, B and C over a period of 5 years.

1.What is the difference between the total number of cars sold by all the three companies in 2012 and 2013 together and the total number of cars sold by all the three companies in 2014 and 2016 together?

a. 800000
b. 650000
c. 850000
d. 700000
e. None of these

D. 700000

2.The total number of cars sold by company B over the yearsis whatpercentage of the total number of cars sold by all the three companies over the years?

a. 29.7%
b. 38%
c. 33.4%
d. 41%
e. 23.1%

A. 29.7%

3.What is the ratio of the total number of cars sold by company A from 2012 to 2014 to the total number of cars sold by company C from 2014 to 2016?

a. 71:62
b. 67:55
c. 74:53
d. 65:51
e. 72:59

E. 72:59

4.What is the difference between the average number of cars sold annually by company B and average number of cars sold annually by company C over the given years?

a. 10000
b. 23000
c. 31000
d. 45000
e. None of these

A. 10000

5.If every year sales of cars by company A was 15% more than the actual data provided, then number of cars sold by company B would be what percentage of the number of cars sold by company A during the given period?

a. 64%
b. 57%
c. 76%
d. 88%
e. 12%

A. 64%

Directions:(6-10) Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below.

6.What will be the average number of female workers in every company if number of female workers in company C and D is increased by 30% and 50% respectively?

a. 32540
b. 39820
c. 36270
d. 38250
e. 34210

D. 38250

7.What is the respective ratio of the total number of female workers in company A and B together to the number of male workers in the company C and E together?

a. 19:16
b. 27:28
c. 21:29
d. 22:27
e. None of these

B. 27 : 28

8.If the total number of male workers in company E is increased by 50%, what would be the percentage change in the total number of workers in the five companies?

a. 8%
b. 4%
c. 12%
d. 18%
e. 3%

B. 4%

9.If 24% male workers and 36% female workers leave company C to join company E, then what will be the ratio of the number of female workers in company C to the number of male workers in company E?

a. 130:63
b. 112:87
c. 189:267
d. 160:377
e. 123:119

D. 160:377

10.Due to some economic crisis, company B suspended some of its workers. In the next year, if some more workers were suspended and the number of workers suspended that year was equal to half the number of workers suspended in the previous year, then what percentage of workers were removed from company B in the earlier year, if finally the number of workers remaining in company B was 49000?

a. 11%
b. 17%
c. 27%
d. 20%
e. 12%