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Data Interpretation – 7 – Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 2019
The following Quantitative Aptitude Quiz has 10 questions from Data Interpretation Problems on Radar Graph and Pie Chart with 8 minutes.
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Test Name: Data Interpretation for SBI PO Prelims 2019
Duration: 8 min
Level: Moderate
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
The following pie chart shows the % distribution of total cars sold by six different companies and table shows the ratio of diesels to petrol cars among the sold cars. Answer the given questions based on pie chart and the table:
Company Diesel : Petrol A 9 : 8 B 11 : 7 C 3 : 4 D 8 : 5 E 7 : 9 F 3 : 2 Question: What is the total number of petrol cars sold by Company A, B and C together?
Correct
Sale (A) = 170000 * 29/100 * 8/17 = 23200
Sale (B) = 170000 * 18/100 * 7/18 = 11900
Sale (C) = 170000 * 14/100 * 4/7 = 13600
Total= 23200 + 11900 + 13600 = 48700
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Sale (A) = 170000 * 29/100 * 8/17 = 23200
Sale (B) = 170000 * 18/100 * 7/18 = 11900
Sale (C) = 170000 * 14/100 * 4/7 = 13600
Total= 23200 + 11900 + 13600 = 48700

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
The following pie chart shows the % distribution of total cars sold by six different companies and table shows the ratio of diesels to petrol cars among the sold cars. Answer the given questions based on pie chart and the table:
Company Diesel : Petrol A 9 : 8 B 11 : 7 C 3 : 4 D 8 : 5 E 7 : 9 F 3 : 2 Question: What is the difference between the total no of diesel cars and the total no of petrol cars sold by Company D?
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Diesel cars = 170000 * 13/100 * 8/13 = 13600
Petrol cars= 170000 * 13/100 * 5/13 = 8500
Diff= 13600 – 8500 = 5100
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Diesel cars = 170000 * 13/100 * 8/13 = 13600
Petrol cars= 170000 * 13/100 * 5/13 = 8500
Diff= 13600 – 8500 = 5100

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
The following pie chart shows the % distribution of total cars sold by six different companies and table shows the ratio of diesels to petrol cars among the sold cars. Answer the given questions based on pie chart and the table:
Company Diesel : Petrol A 9 : 8 B 11 : 7 C 3 : 4 D 8 : 5 E 7 : 9 F 3 : 2 Question: What is the ratio of the total no of petrol cars sold by Company E to that of diesel cars sold by Company F?
Correct
The total no of petrol cars sold by Company E= 170000 * 16/100 * 9/16 = 15300
The total no of diesel cars sold by Company F= 170000 * 10/100 * 3/5 = 10200
Ratio= 15300: 10200
= 51: 34 = 3:2
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The total no of petrol cars sold by Company E= 170000 * 16/100 * 9/16 = 15300
The total no of diesel cars sold by Company F= 170000 * 10/100 * 3/5 = 10200
Ratio= 15300: 10200
= 51: 34 = 3:2

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
The following pie chart shows the % distribution of total cars sold by six different companies and table shows the ratio of diesels to petrol cars among the sold cars. Answer the given questions based on pie chart and the table:
Company Diesel : Petrol A 9 : 8 B 11 : 7 C 3 : 4 D 8 : 5 E 7 : 9 F 3 : 2 Question: The total no of diesel cars sold by Company D is approx what % of the total no of cars sold by Company F?
Correct
The total no of diesel cars sold by Company D = 170000* 13/ 100 * 8/13 = 13600
The total no of cars sold by Company F= 170000 * 10/100 = 17000
Req %= 13600/17000 * 100= 80%
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The total no of diesel cars sold by Company D = 170000* 13/ 100 * 8/13 = 13600
The total no of cars sold by Company F= 170000 * 10/100 = 17000
Req %= 13600/17000 * 100= 80%

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
The following pie chart shows the % distribution of total cars sold by six different companies and table shows the ratio of diesels to petrol cars among the sold cars. Answer the given questions based on pie chart and the table:
Company Diesel : Petrol A 9 : 8 B 11 : 7 C 3 : 4 D 8 : 5 E 7 : 9 F 3 : 2 Question: What is the difference between the total no of diesel cars sold by all companies together and the total no of petrol cars sold by all the companies together?
Correct
Diff in A= 170000 * 29/100 * 1/7= 2900
Diff in B= 170000 * 18/100 * 4/18 = 6800
Diff in C= 170000 * 14/100 * (34)/7 = – 3400
Diff in D= 170000 * 13/100 * 3/13 = 5100
Diff in E= 170000 * 16/100 * (79)/ 16 = – 3400
Diff in F= 170000 * 10/100 * 1/5 = 3400
Total= 2900 + 6800 – 3400 + 5100 – 3400 + 3400
= 11400
Incorrect
Diff in A= 170000 * 29/100 * 1/7= 2900
Diff in B= 170000 * 18/100 * 4/18 = 6800
Diff in C= 170000 * 14/100 * (34)/7 = – 3400
Diff in D= 170000 * 13/100 * 3/13 = 5100
Diff in E= 170000 * 16/100 * (79)/ 16 = – 3400
Diff in F= 170000 * 10/100 * 1/5 = 3400
Total= 2900 + 6800 – 3400 + 5100 – 3400 + 3400
= 11400

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
The number of Medical College, Engineering College and Management Colleges in eight different cities:
Question: The total number of engineering colleges is what % more than the total number of Medical College?
Correct
Total number of engineering colleges= 50 + 60 + 30 + 60 + 30 + 70 + 30 + 40=370
Total number of Medical College= 20 + 50 + 70 + 50 + 40 + 60 + 20 + 10= 320
Req %= (370320) / 320 * 100= 15.625%
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Total number of engineering colleges= 50 + 60 + 30 + 60 + 30 + 70 + 30 + 40=370
Total number of Medical College= 20 + 50 + 70 + 50 + 40 + 60 + 20 + 10= 320
Req %= (370320) / 320 * 100= 15.625%

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
The number of Medical College, Engineering College and Management Colleges in eight different cities:
Question: What is the ratio of the number of engineering colleges to that of Management colleges?
Correct
Total number of engineering colleges= 50 + 60 + 30 + 60 + 30 + 70 + 30 + 40=370
Total number of Management colleges= 40 + 80 + 50 + 20 + 60 + 40 + 70 + 60= 420
Req ratio= 370: 420
= 37: 42
Incorrect
Total number of engineering colleges= 50 + 60 + 30 + 60 + 30 + 70 + 30 + 40=370
Total number of Management colleges= 40 + 80 + 50 + 20 + 60 + 40 + 70 + 60= 420
Req ratio= 370: 420
= 37: 42

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
The number of Medical College, Engineering College and Management Colleges in eight different cities:
Question: If the number of students in all medical colleges is 5000, the number of engineering students is 25% more than that of medical students and the number of management students is 20% less than that of engineering students then what is the average number of students in all management colleges?
Correct
Number of students in all medical colleges = 5000
Number of engineering students= 5000 * 125/100 = 6250
Number of management students= 6250 * 80/100 = 5000
Total number of Management colleges= 40 + 80 + 50 + 20 + 60 + 40 + 70 + 60= 420
Average number of students= 5000/420 = 11.9
Incorrect
Number of students in all medical colleges = 5000
Number of engineering students= 5000 * 125/100 = 6250
Number of management students= 6250 * 80/100 = 5000
Total number of Management colleges= 40 + 80 + 50 + 20 + 60 + 40 + 70 + 60= 420
Average number of students= 5000/420 = 11.9

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
The number of Medical College, Engineering College and Management Colleges in eight different cities:
Question: The number of all colleges in Delhi is what % more than that in Kanpur?
Correct
Number of all colleges in Delhi= 80 + 60 +50= 190
Number of all colleges in Kanpur= 50 + 40 + 20= 110
Req %= (190 – 110)/ 110 * 100= 72.72%
Incorrect
Number of all colleges in Delhi= 80 + 60 +50= 190
Number of all colleges in Kanpur= 50 + 40 + 20= 110
Req %= (190 – 110)/ 110 * 100= 72.72%

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
The number of Medical College, Engineering College and Management Colleges in eight different cities:
Question: If the number of medical students in each city is 20 times the number of medical colleges in that city and 90% of them are placed in each city, then what is the ratio of medical students placed in Mumbai to those placed in Chennai?
Correct
Since the multipliers (20 times, 90%) are the same for all the cities.
Req ratio= No of medical college in Mumbai: No of medical college in Chennai
= 50: 70
= 5:7
Incorrect
Since the multipliers (20 times, 90%) are the same for all the cities.
Req ratio= No of medical college in Mumbai: No of medical college in Chennai
= 50: 70
= 5:7
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