## Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO & Clerk 2018

Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO & Clerk 2018. Welcome to the www.letsstudytogether.co online Quant section. If you are preparing for SBI PO/Clerk, IBPS PO/Clerk 2018 exam, you will come across a section on Data Interpretation Section. Here we are providing you with Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO & Clerk 2018 based on the latest pattern of your daily practice.

This “Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO & Clerk 2018” is also important for other banking exams such as IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer, IBPS RRB Office Assistant, IBPS SO, SBI SO and other competitive exams.

# Expected Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO & Clerk | Set- 61

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 Maruti 800 sold during different years by different dealers.

1.The total number of Maruti 800 sold by dealer B in the 4 years combined was what percentage of the total number of Maruti 800 sold in 2004 by all the 4 dealers combined?

A 115%
B 104%
C 112.5%
D 130%
E 116%
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B. 104%

2.If in 2006, dealers A, B, C and D aimed to sell 20%, 15%, 25% and 10% more Maruti 800s’, respectively, as compared to the respective number of Maruti 800s sold by them during the previous year, what was the combined selling target for all the 4 dealers in 2006?

A 2420
B 2680
C 4120
D 3160
E None of the above
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B. 2680

Combined target for all the 4 dealers combined in 2006 = 1.2 × 500 + 1.15 × 800 + 1.25 × 400 + 1.1 × 600

= 600 + 920 + 500 + 660

= 2680

3.What was the difference between the percentage decreases of the number of Maruti 800s sold by dealer A in 2004 as compared to the previous year and the number of Maruti 800s sold by dealer D in 2004 as compared to the previous year?

A 12.22%
B 36.82%
C 20.45%
D 44.04%
E 18.62%
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D. 44.04%

4.What is the ratio of the total number of Maruti 800s sold by dealers A and C combined during the 4 years and the total number of Maruti 800s sold by dealers B and D combined during the 4 years?

A 12:7
B 41:19
C 25:13
D 63:59
E None of the above
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D. 63:59

Total number of Maruti 800s sold by dealers A and C combined during the 4 years = (400 + 1400 + 1200 + 500) + (1400 + 400 + 600 + 400) = 3500 + 2800 = 6300

Total number of Maruti 800s sold by dealers B and D combined during the 4 years = (600 + 1000 + 200 + 800) + (1000 + 1200 + 500 + 600) = 2600 + 3300 = 5900

Required ratio = 6300: 5900 = 63: 59

5.Out of the total number of Maruti 800s sold in 2005 by the 4 dealers combined, 12%, 35% and 9% were white, blue and black, respectively. The total number of black Maruti 800s was what percentage of white and blue Maruti 800s combined?

A 40%
B 26.45%
C 19.15%
D 32.5%
E 5.78%
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C. 19.15%

Directions: (6-10) Study the following table carefully to answer the given questions.

A survey was conducted amongst people from different colonies on whether they were working in the BPO or the KPO sector. The table provides information about the number of people involved in survey from different colonies and the percentage of them who are working in the KPO sector.

Total number of people in a colony who participated in the survey = Total number of people working in BPO sector + Total number of people working in the KPO sector.

 Number of people in the survey Percentage Colony P 400 20% Colony Q 1400 45% Colony R 1100 30% Colony S 800 10% Colony T 300 15%

6.What was the total number of people in colonies R, S and T combined who were working in the BPO sector?

A 1745
B 1580
C 2940
D 2085
E None of these
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A. 1745

Total number of people in colonies R, S and T combined who were working in the BPO sector

= 1100 × (1 – 0.3) + 800 × (1 – 0.1) + 300 × (1 – 0.15)

= 770 + 720 + 255

= 1745

7.Out of the people involved in the survey, the total number of people working in KPO sector in colonies P and Q combined was what percentage of the total number of people in the 5 colonies combined involved in the survey?

A 17.75%
B 11.4%
C 31.75%
D 28%
E 26.5%
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A. 17.75%

8.If 1/5, 1/11 and 1/9 of the number of people from colonies P, R and S, respectively who were working in the BPO sector were actually working part – time, what was the total number of people from colonies P, R and S combined working in the BPO sector for part – time?

A 168
B 214
C 308
D 142
E None of these
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B. 214

9.What is the ratio of the number of people in colonies Q and T combined working in the KPO sector and the number of people in colonies P and S combined working in the KPO sector?

A 7:4
B 13:11
C 221:104
D 135:32
E None of these
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D. 135:32

Number of people in colonies Q and T combined working in the KPO sector = 0.45 × 1400 + 0.15 × 300 = 630 + 45 = 675

Number of people in colonies P and S combined working in the KPO sector = 0.2 × 400 + 0.1 × 800 = 80 + 80 = 160

Required ratio = 675: 160 = 135: 32

10.What was the difference between the total number of people in colonies P, Q and R combined working in BPO and KPO sector?

A 1020
B 700
C 940
D 820
E None of these
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D. 820

Total number of people in colonies P, Q and R combined working in the KPO sector = 0.2 × 400 + 0.45 × 1400 + 0.3 × 1100

= 80 + 630 + 330 = 1040

Total number of people in colonies P, Q and R combined working in the BPO sector = (1 – 0.2) × 400 + (1 – 0.45) × 1400 + (1 – 0.3) × 1100 = 320 + 770 + 770 = 1860

Required difference = 1860 – 1040 = 820

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