Line Graph & Pie Chart Data Interpretation Questions For SBI PO Prelims Set – 100
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Line Graph & Pie Chart Data Interpretation Quiz  Set – 100
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Directions:(15) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
The given line graph shows the runs scored by four players of team ‘Mumbai Indians’ in four different seasons of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Find the difference between the average of runs scored by Rohit Sharma in the given seasons of Indian Premier League and average of runs scored by Saurabh Tiwary in the given seasons of Indian Premier League.
Correct
C. 50
Incorrect
C. 50

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
The given line graph shows the runs scored by four players of team ‘Mumbai Indians’ in four different seasons of Indian Premier League (IPL).
35% of the total runs scored by Sachin Tendulkar in the given seasons of IPL is scored against spin bowling, and the ratio of runs scored against fast bowling and runs against medium pace bowling is 7:6, respectively. The run scored by Kieron Pollard in IPL10 is approximately what percentage of the number of runs scored by Sachin against fast bowling in the given seasons? [Note: There are only three types of bowling, spin, medium pace and fast]
Correct
D. 28.57%
Incorrect
D. 28.57%

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
The given line graph shows the runs scored by four players of team ‘Mumbai Indians’ in four different seasons of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Find the ratio of runs scored by Kieron Pollard in IPL11 and IPL12 taken together to the runs scored by Saurabh Tiwary in IPL10.
Correct
B. 2:1
Runs score by Kieron Pollard in IPL11 and IPL12 = 120 + 160 = 280
Runs scored by Saurabh Tiwary in IPL10 = 140
Therefore, required ratio = 280: 140 = 2: 1Incorrect
B. 2:1
Runs score by Kieron Pollard in IPL11 and IPL12 = 120 + 160 = 280
Runs scored by Saurabh Tiwary in IPL10 = 140
Therefore, required ratio = 280: 140 = 2: 1 
Question 4 of 10
4. Question
The given line graph shows the runs scored by four players of team ‘Mumbai Indians’ in four different seasons of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Sachin Tendulkar played 9 innings in IPL12 and he was out in 3 innings. Find his batting average in IPL12.
Given: Batting average = Runs scored ÷ (number of innings in which he was not out)Correct
A. 50
Incorrect
A. 50

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
The given line graph shows the runs scored by four players of team ‘Mumbai Indians’ in four different seasons of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Total runs scored by Saurabh Tiwary in all the given seasons of IPL taken together is approximately what percentage of total runs scored by Rohit Sharma in all the given seasons of IPL taken together?
Correct
E. 77.27%
Incorrect
E. 77.27%

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Directions:(610) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
The given pie – chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure of a company under various heads.
If the expenditure of company on Advertisement is Rs. 7700 Cr., then find the expenditure of company on Salary and Transportation taken together.
Correct
D. Rs. 9100 Cr.
Let, total expenditure be Rs. x.
So, Expenditure of on advertisement = 0.275 × x = Rs. 0.275x
So, according to question,
0.275x = 7700
x = 7700 ÷ 0.275 = Rs. 28000 Cr.Expenditure of company on Salary = 0.175 × 28000 = Rs. 4900 Cr.
Expenditure of company on Transportation = 0.15 × 28000 = Rs. 4200 Cr.
Total expenditure of company on Salary and transportation = 4900 + 4200 = Rs. 9100 Cr.
Incorrect
D. Rs. 9100 Cr.
Let, total expenditure be Rs. x.
So, Expenditure of on advertisement = 0.275 × x = Rs. 0.275x
So, according to question,
0.275x = 7700
x = 7700 ÷ 0.275 = Rs. 28000 Cr.Expenditure of company on Salary = 0.175 × 28000 = Rs. 4900 Cr.
Expenditure of company on Transportation = 0.15 × 28000 = Rs. 4200 Cr.
Total expenditure of company on Salary and transportation = 4900 + 4200 = Rs. 9100 Cr.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
The given pie – chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure of a company under various heads.
If the expenditure of company on Salary and Tax together is Rs. 8400 Cr., then find the average expenditure of company on Infrastructure, Advertisement and Transportation taken together.
Correct
A. Rs. 5200 Cr.
Incorrect
A. Rs. 5200 Cr.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
The given pie – chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure of a company under various heads.
If the company decided to decrease the expenditure on Salary by (100/7)%, then by what percentage can the company increase the expenditure on Advertisement while other expenditure remains the same?
Correct
A. 9.09%
Let, total expenditure be Rs. x.
So, expenditure on Salary = 0.175x
Decrease in the expenditure on Salary = 100/7% of 0.175x = 0.025x
Expenditure on Advertisement = 0.275x
So, increase in the expenditure on Advertisement = (0.025x/0.275x) × 100 = 9.09%
Incorrect
A. 9.09%
Let, total expenditure be Rs. x.
So, expenditure on Salary = 0.175x
Decrease in the expenditure on Salary = 100/7% of 0.175x = 0.025x
Expenditure on Advertisement = 0.275x
So, increase in the expenditure on Advertisement = (0.025x/0.275x) × 100 = 9.09%

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
The given pie – chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure of a company under various heads.
Expenditure of the company on Infrastructure is equal to the average of which of the following expenditures?
Correct
D. Salary + Advertisement
Let, total expenditure of company be Rs. x.
Expenditure of company on Infrastructure = Rs. 0.225x
Average of expenditure on Advertisement & Transportation = ((27.5 + 15)/2)% of x = 21.25% of x = Rs. 0.2125x
Average of expenditure on Salary & Transportation = ((17.5 + 15)/2)% of x = 16.25% of x = Rs. 0.1625x
Average of expenditure on Advertisement, Salary & Tax= ((27.5 + 17.5 + 17.5)/3)% of x = 20.83% of x = Rs. 0.2083x
Average of expenditure on Salary & Advertisement= ((27.5 + 17.5)/2)% of x = 22.5% of x = Rs. 0.225x
Incorrect
D. Salary + Advertisement
Let, total expenditure of company be Rs. x.
Expenditure of company on Infrastructure = Rs. 0.225x
Average of expenditure on Advertisement & Transportation = ((27.5 + 15)/2)% of x = 21.25% of x = Rs. 0.2125x
Average of expenditure on Salary & Transportation = ((17.5 + 15)/2)% of x = 16.25% of x = Rs. 0.1625x
Average of expenditure on Advertisement, Salary & Tax= ((27.5 + 17.5 + 17.5)/3)% of x = 20.83% of x = Rs. 0.2083x
Average of expenditure on Salary & Advertisement= ((27.5 + 17.5)/2)% of x = 22.5% of x = Rs. 0.225x

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
The given pie – chart shows the percentage distribution of the expenditure of a company under various heads.
If the total expenditure of the company is Rs.12400 Cr., then find the difference between the average expenditure on Infrastructure and Tax taken together and average expenditure on Advertisement and Salary taken together.
Correct
B. Rs. 310 Cr.
Incorrect
B. Rs. 310 Cr.
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