# Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI Clerk : Set- 57

## Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI Clerk 2018

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# Expected Data Interpretation for SBI Clerk: Set- 57

Directions:(1-5) Study the line graph carefully and answer the questions.

Given here is a line graph that provides information about the number of exhibitions being held (in hundreds) in different states during different years. 1.What was the ratio of the total number of exhibitions held in Delhi and Gujarat during the 4 years combined to the total number of exhibitions held in Goa during the 4 years combined?

A 15:8
B 53:29
C 42:31
D 41:32
E None of the above

B. 53:29

Total number of exhibitions held in Delhi and Gujarat during the 4 years combined

= (3200 + 2600 + 2200 + 3000) + (2500 + 2100 + 2400 + 3200)

= 11000 + 10200

= 21200

Total number of exhibitions held in Goa during the 4 years combined

= (1600 + 2400 + 3600 + 4000)

= 11600

Required ratio = 21200: 11600 = 53: 29

2.Out of the total number of exhibitions held in 2011 and 2013 in the 4 states combined, 13% of them had more than 10,000 visitors. What was the total number of exhibitions held in 2011 and 2013 in the 4 states combined that had more than 10,000 visitors?

A 1804
B 2587
C 4264
D 2118
E None of the above

B. 2587

Total number of exhibitions held in 2011 and 2013 in the 4 states combined

= (3200 + 1600 + 2400 + 2500) + (2200 + 3600 + 2000 + 2400)

= 9700 + 10200

= 19900

Total number of exhibitions held in 2011 and 2013 in the 4 states combined that had more than 10000 visitors

= 0.13 × 19900 = 2587

3.What was the difference between the percentage increase in the number of exhibitions held in Goa in 2014 with respect to 2011 and percentage increase in the number of exhibitions held in Gujarat in 2014 with respect to 2011?

A 122%
B 225%
C 85%
D 162%
E 130%

A. 122% 4.The total number of exhibitions held in Delhi, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat in 2013 was what percentage less than the total number of exhibitions held in Goa, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat in 2014?

A 18%
B 20%
C 12.5%
D 34%
E 25%

D. 34% 5.What was the total number of exhibitions held inside a stadium during the 4 years if the total number of exhibitions held inside a stadium during the 4 years was equal to the difference between the average of number of exhibitions held in Tamil Nadu during 2011 and 2012 and the average number of exhibitions held in Delhi during 2012 and 2013?

A 150
B 200
C 400
D 600
E None of the above

B. 200 Directions: (6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.

Given here is a bar graph that provides information about the number of books kept on different tables. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions.

Total number of books kept on a table = Total number of books with white cover + Total number of books with yellow cover 6.If ratio of the number of books with white covers to the number of books with yellow covers on table P and Q is 5:3 and 2:3, respectively, then the number of books with white cover on table P and Q combined was what percentage of the total number of books on table P, Q and R combined?

A 21.62%
B 43.25%
C 18.16%
D 30.26%
E 14.25%

D. 30.26% 7.The number of books with yellow cover on table Q and R was equal. If the number of books with white cover on table Q was 8, then what was the difference between the number of books with white cover on table Q and R?

A 4
B 9
C 12
D 6
E None of the above

C. 12

Number of books with yellow cover on table Q = 20 – 8 = 12

So, number of books with yellow cover on table R = 12

So, number of books with white cover on table R = 32 – 12 = 20

Required difference = 20 – 8 = 12

8.4/9 of the total number of books on table T have yellow covers. The total number of books on table T having yellow cover is what percentage of the total number of books on the 5 tables?

A 6%
B 7.27%
C 13.12%
D 24.11%
E 18.75%

B. 7.27% 9.What is the difference between the average of the number of books on table R and T and the average of the number of books on table P and Q?

A 6
B 5
C 8
D 3
E None of the above

D. 3 10.It is known that 3/8, 3/5, 3/8 of the total number of books on table P, Q and R, respectively have yellow covers. What was the difference between the total number of books with white covers on the 3 tables combined and the total number of books with yellow covers on the 3 tables combined?

A 25
B 21
C 10
D 18
E None of the above

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