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IMPORTANT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS IMPORTNAT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
DATA INTERPRETATION
Directions (1–5) : The table given below shows
the number of applicants who applied for exam from
North, South, East, West and central regions of India
as percentage of total number of applicants. It also
shows the number of offline applicants and absent
applicants as a percentage of total applicants from
each region.
Total number of applicants = 6,00,000
Total
Offline
Absent
applicants
applicants
applicants
out of
out of
out of
corresponding corresponding corresponding
region
region
region
North
16%
65%
16%
South
30%
60%
20%
East
12%
40%
35%
West
18%
55%
32%
Central
24%
75%
26%
Region 1. If x equals 50% of total applicants who were
present for the exam from eastern region and y
equals to applicants present from southern region, then x is what per cent of y ?
(1) 6.25%
(2) 7.5%
(3) 10%
(4) 15.5%
(5) 16.25%
2. Total number of offline applicants from North,
East and central regions taken together is approximately how much per cent less than the total number of applicants who were present from
South and western region ?
(1) 6%
(2) 7%
(3) 8%
(4) 10%
(5) 12%
3. What is the total number of offline applicants
from North, South, East and West taken together ?
(1) 456000
(2) 258600
(3) 197400
(4) 233400
(5) 366600
4. What is the ratio of total number of applicants
present from South to total number of offline applicants from North ?
(1) 30 : 13
(2) 30 : 17
(3) 28 : 13
(4) 28 : 17
(5) 17 : 13
5. What is the total number of applicants who were
present from Eastern and Western regions taken
together ? (1) 180000
(2) 151200
(3) 120240
(4) 81360
(5) 59760
Directions (6–10) : The table given below shows
the export of cars by 5 different companies as a percentage of total sales. The total sales of each company comprises of exports and domestic sales. Domestic
sales includes 3 segments of cars – small cars (X),
mid-size cars (Y) and premium sedans (Z). The table
also shows the domestic sales of X type of cars as a
percentage of total domestic sale of cars of the company and its ratio of domestic sale of Y and Z type of
cars. Total sale of each company is 6,00,000 cars.
Company Export A
B
C
D
E 12%
15%
16%
8%
14% Domestic Sales
X
Y : Z
45%
7 : 5
30%
13 : 8
35%
11 : 7
60%
21 : 11
50%
11 : 4 6. What is the difference between domestic sale of
X-segment car of company C and domestic sale
of Y-segment car of company A ?
(1) 5000
(2) 6000
(3) 7000
(4) 8000
(5) 10000
7. What is the sum of the total export of cars of
companies C and E and total domestic sale of Ysegment cars of companies D and B ?
(1) 6545900
(2) 6459500
(3) 5964500
(4) 545900
(5) 535900
8. Domestic sale of Z-segment cars by company A is
approximately what per cent of domestic sale of
X-segment cars by company B ?
(1) 70%
(2) 72%
(3) 74%
(4) 75%
(5) 80%
9. If P = Average of domestic sales Z-segment cars
for companies A, B, C and E together,
Q = Difference between domestic sale of X-segment car by company D and domestic sale of Ysegment car by company C, then what is the value of Q-P ?
(1) 17500
(2) 17700
(3) 17800
(4) 18000
(5) 18200 T-II E–5
IMPORTANT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
10. If M = Total domestic sales of Y-segment cars by
all the five companies, N = Average of total domestic sales of X-segment cars by all the five companies, then what is the approximate value of N
?
M
(1) 0.25
(2) 0.40
(3) 0.50
(4) 0.75
(5) 0.80
Directions (11–15) : The table given below shows
the number of students who were absent and percentage of students who were present in the gievn two
examinations from five schools. The table also shows
the ratio of students who were present in the Science
and Math examinations respectively.
School Absent Present (in%) A
B
C
D
E 11405
10250
40650
5166
29050 80
60
25
72
30 Ratio of
Science : Maths
3 : 2
16 : 9
17 : 8
3 : 1
27 : 23 11. What is the difference between the number of students who were present in Science and that in
Maths from school C ?
(1) 9214
(2) 4878
(3) 4336
(4) 27100
(5) 16300
12. The number of students who were present in
Maths examinations from school E is approximately what per cent of the number of students
who were absent from schools A, C and D together ?
(1) 10
(2) 12
(3) 14
(4) 15
(5) 16
13. What is the average of the number of students
who were present in the Science examinations
from schools A, B and E ?
(1) 24482
(2) 16900
(3) 14645
(4) 9837
(5) 15475
14. What is the total number of students who were
present in the Maths examination from all the
five schools together ?
(1) 96521
(2) 100279
(3) 63112
(4) 48586
(5) 37167
15. If the number of students of school ‘X’ who were
present in Science examination is 232% more than
the difference of the number of students who were
present in Science and Maths examinations from
school B, then what is the ratio of the number of
students who were present from School X in Science examination to the number of students who
were present from school E ? (1) 219 : 500
(2) 500 : 219
(3) 250 : 289
(4) 289 : 250
(5) 289 : 415
Directions (16–20) : The table given below shows
the number of voters at five different booths of a constituency as percentage of total number of voters in
that constituency. The table also shows the number
of male voters and voter turn out as percentage of
total voters at each booth. Total number of voters in
the constituency is 7,20,000.
Booth Total voters Male voters
A
12%
70%
B
15%
60%
C
16%
65%
D
25%
55%
E
32%
40% Voter turn out
85%
70%
75%
64%
60% 16. If M equals to total number of voters at booths
B, C and D who didn’t vote and N equals to 20%
of the voters who cast their vote at booth B, then
N is what per cent of M ?
(1) 5
(2) 6
(3) 8
(4) 10
(5) 12
17. Total number of female voters at booths A, C and
E together are how much more than the total
number voters who cast their votes at booths B
and D taken together?
(1) 13680
(2) 27490
(3) 66600
(4) 80280
(5) 90260
18. What is the total number of female voters at
booths A, B, D and E taken together ?
(1) 328680
(2) 316440
(3) 326520
(4) 288360
(5) 286380
19. What is the ratio of number of voters who cast
their vote at booth B to the number of female
voters at booth D ?
(1) 13 : 14
(2) 14 : 15
(3) 24 : 25
(4) 25 : 26
(4) 25 : 27
20. What is the total number of voters at booths A,
B and E taken together ?
(1) 309600
(2) 374400
(3) 424800
(4) 489600
(5) 496800
Directions (21–25) : The table below shows illiteracy of 5 districts of a state as a percentage of its
population. The total population has been classified
into two groups, illiterates and literates. The literates
have been further categorised into three groups – Postgraduates, graduates and non-graduates. The table
shows as a percentage of literates and the ratio of
Non-graduates and graduates. Total population of each
district is 8000. T-II E–6
IMPORTANT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
District
P
Q
R
S
T Illiterates Post-graduates Non-graduates
: Graduates
42%
25%
7 : 5
35%
15%
13 : 7
45%
20%
5 : 6
60%
30%
11 : 5
48%
10%
25 : 23 21. What is the difference between the number of
graduates in district T and number of post-graduates in district P ?
(1) 1034
(2) 1866
(3) 2554
(4) 1660
(5) 634
22. Number of non-graduates in district R is what
per cent of the total number of illiterates in districts Q and R taken together?
(1) 10%
(2) 15%
(3) 20%
(4) 25%
(5) 30%
23. What is the sum of the total number of illiterates in districts P and T taken together and total
number of graduates in districts Q and R taken
together ?
(1) 10667
(2) 12597
(3) 14560
(4) 17440
(5) 7411
24. If M = Average of number of graduates in districts
P, R, S and T together and
N = Difference between number of graduates in
district Q and number of post-graduates in district S. Then what is the value of M – N ?
(1) 5217
(2) 4317
(3) 819
(4) 2113
(5) 2507
25. If A = Total number of nongraduates in districts
P, Q, S and T together and
B = Average of number of post-graduates in districts P, Q, R and S taken together.
Then what is the approximate value of B
?
A Granary (1) 1.1
(2) 0.11
(3) 1.2
(4) 0.21
(5) 0.011
Directions (26–30) : The table given below shows
the number of employable youth in five regions of a
state as a percentage of its total employable youth.
The table also shows the number of employable male
youth and unemployed youth as a percentage of total
employable youth in each region the state. Total employable youth in the state is 30,00,000.
Region Total
employable
Youth
North
26%
South
16%
Central
24%
East
14%
West
20% Employable
Male Youth Unemployed
Youth 75%
65%
60%
55%
45% 34%
32%
35%
45%
28% 26. If A equals 45% of employed youth in the central
region and B equals to the number of employed
youth in the western region, then A is what per
cent of B ?
(1) 108.33%
(2) 40.625%
(3) 67.5%
(4) 48.75%
(5) 92.31%
27. Total number of employable female youth from
Southern and Eastern regions together is how
much less than employed youth from Northern
region ?
(1) 346800
(2) 325800
(3) 200400
(4) 183900
(5) 157800
28. What is the total number of employable female
youth from Northern, Central and Western regions
taken together ?
(1) 1170000
(2) 813000
(3) 687000
(4) 645000
(5) 552000
29. What is the ratio of employed youth from Eastern region to employable female youth from Southern region?
(1) 11 : 9
(2) 9 : 8
(3) 11 : 8
(4) 8 : 9
(5) 8 : 11
30. What is the total number of employed youth from
Northern, Southern, Central and Eastern regions
taken together ?
(1) 1540200
(2) 1027800
(3) 1170000
(4) 1830000
(5) 1630400
Directions (31–35) : The government stores and
disburses cereals (rice and wheat) from its five granaries A, B, C, D and E. The table given below shows the
total stock of cereals (Rice + wheat) remaining at the
end of the year 2016 and percentage of cereals disbursed during the year for the five granaries in the
state. The table also shows the percentage share of
rice and wheat in the total disbursement. A
B
C
D
E Stock of
cereals
at year
end (Tons)
12600
10500
12000
16800
10000 Cereals
disbursed
(in %) Rice
disbursed
(in %) Wheat
disbursed
(in %) 72
75
70
65
80 55
52
45
65
46 45
48
55
35
54 31. What is the difference between disbursement
amount of rice and wheat for granary D ? (in tons)
(1) 8320
(2) 8450
(3) 8590
(4) 9120
(5) 9360
32. Amount of rice disbursed from granary A is what
per cent of the total stock of cereals remaining at
the year-end at granaries C and E together ?
(1) 70%
(2) 74%
(3) 76%
(4) 81%
(5) 85% T-II E–7
IMPORTANT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
33. What is the average disbursement of rice by granaries A, B and C taken together ? (in tons)
(1) 11700
(2) 15600
(3) 15033
(4) 30633
(5) 32857
34. What is the total wheat disbursement by all the
five granaries together ? (in tons)
(1) 85480
(2) 79310
(3) 77620
(4) 75430
(5) 74860
35. If rice disbursed by granary F is 350% more than
the difference in disbursement of rice and wheat
by granary E, then what is the respective ratio of
rice disbursed by granary B to that by granary F ?
(1) 91 : 80
(2) 80 : 91
(3) 25 : 23
(4) 9 : 7
(5) 7 : 9
Directions (36–40) : The table given below shows
the income of 5 members of a joint family as a percentage of total income of the family. Out of respective incomes, each member meets his expenses, deposits a certain amount in bank fixed deposit scheme
and remaining is invested in stock market in equity
shares and mutual fund. The table also shows expenditure of each member as a percentage respective income, amount deposited in bank FD and ratio of investments in equity shares and mutual fund. Total
income of the joint family is Rs. 40,00,000.
Family Income Expenditure Bank FD
Member
(Rs.) A
B
C
D
E 35%
21%
18%
14%
12% 45%
40%
35%
37%
32% 1, 20,000
84,000
93,000
76,800
1, 16,400 Investment
is stock
market
Equity shares
: Mutual fund
5 : 8
11 : 10
11 : 14
15 : 8
2 : 5 Note : Income = Expenditure + Bank FD + Investment in stock market.
36. What is the difference in investments made by C
in mutual fund and equity shares ?
(1) Rs. 65000
(2) Rs. 60000
(3) Rs. 55000
(4) Rs. 50000
(5) Rs. 45000
37. What is the sum of the total investments made
by A and E together in equity shares and the total investments made by B and D together in
Mutual Fund ?
(1) Rs. 604000
(2) Rs. 606000
(3) Rs. 504000
(4) Rs. 506000
(5) Rs. 500000
38. The investment made by E in Mutual Fund is how
much per cent less the investment made by A in
equity shares ?
(1) 40%
(2) 45%
(3) 50%
(4) 60%
(5) 75% 39. If X = Average investment made by A, B, C and E
together in equity shares and
Y = Sum of investment in equity shares by D and
mutual fund investment of A. Then what is Y – X?
(1) Rs. 405000
(2) Rs. 405750
(3) Rs. 406250
(4) Rs. 406500
(5) Rs. 407250
40. If M = Average investment in mutual fund for all
the five members taken together and
N = Total deposits made in Bank FD by all the
five members.
Then what is the ratio
(1) 272 : 353
(3) 325 : 897
(5) 423 : 718 1. (5)
6. (3)
11. (2)
16. (5)
21. (5)
26. (4)
31. (5)
36. (5) 2. (3)
7. (4)
12. (1)
17. (1)
22. (4)
27. (5)
32. (4)
37. (2) M
?
N
(2) 281 : 652
(4) 352 : 817 3. (2)
8. (5)
13. (3)
18. (4)
23. (1)
28. (2)
33. (2)
38. (1) 4. (1)
9. (2)
14. (5)
19. (2)
24. (3)
29. (3)
34. (3)
39. (3) 5. (3)
10. (1)
15. (4)
20. (3)
25. (2)
30. (1)
35. (1)
40. (4) Calculations (1–5) :
Overall total number of applicants = 6,00,000
Region Total
Offline
Online
Absent
Present
applicants applicants applicants applicants applicants
(A)
(B)
(C = A – B)
(D)
(E = A – D)
North
16%
65%
33600
16%
80640
= 96000
= 62400
= 15360
South
30%
60%
72000
20%
144000
= 180000 = 108000
= 36000
East
12%
40%
43200
35%
46800
= 72000
= 28800
= 25200
West
18%
55%
48600
32%
73440
= 108000
= 59400
= 34560
Central
24%
75%
36000
26%
106560
= 144,000 = 108000
= 37440 1. (5) x = 50% of 46800 = 23400
y = 144000 23400
= 16.25%
1440
2. (3) Total offline applicants from North, East and
central regions = 62400 + 28800 + 108000 =
199200
Total applicants prevent from South and West
= 144000 + 73440 = 217440
Difference = 217440 – 199200 = 18240
18240
\ Required% =
× 100 » 8%
217440
3. (2) Total number of offline applicants from North,
South, East and West
= 62400 + 108000 + 28800 + 59400 = 258600 T-II E–8 \ Required% =
IMPORTANT OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS
180000
30
=
62400
13
5. (3) Total number of applicants present from Eastern and Western regions = 46800 + 73440 = 120240
Calculations (6–10) :
Total sale of each company = 6,00,000 cars 189200 = 924700 4. (1) Required ratio = Domestic
Company Export
12%
= 72000
15% B = 90000
16% C = 96000
8% D = 48000
14% E = 84000 528000
510000
504000
552000
516000 = X Y+Z Y : Z 1 unit for Y 45%
= 237600
30%
= 153000
35%
= 176400
60%
= 331200
50%
= 258000 290400 7:5 24200 169400 121000 357000 13:8 17000 221000 136000 327600 11:7 18200 200200 127400 220800 21:11
258000 11:4 6900 144900 75900 17200 189200 68800 Calculations (11–15) : Note that here x% of present
students is given and number of absent is given.
Which will be equivalent to (100 – x)% of total
students. So to find number of present students
we shall calculate by ratio School 121000
120000
1200
8. (5) Required % =
» 1500
» 15
1530
» 80%
121000 + 136000 + 127400 + 68800
4 453200
= 113300
4
Q = 331200 – 200200 = 131000
\ Q – P = 131000 – 113300 = 17700
10. (1) M = 169400 + 221000 + 200200 + 144900 + N
231240
23
1
=
0.25
M
924700 » 92 » 4 » \ Z Y and Z 6. (3) Required difference = 176400 – 169400 = 7000
7. (4) Required sum = (96000 + 84000) + (144900 +
221000)
= 180000 + 365900 = 545900 9. (2) P = 1156200
= 231240
5 Value of sales
(X + Y + Z) A 237600 + 153000 + 176400 + 331200 + 258000
5 N= Absent Required % = 5727
× 100 » 10%
57221 science examination = 4305 × 9124 ´ 3 9124 ´ 2 = 27372 = 18248 615 ´ 16 615 ´ 9 = 9840 = 5535 16 : 9 15375
16 + 9
= 615 40650 25% = 13550 17 : 8 13550
17 + 8
= 542 9214 4336 5166 72% = 13284 3 : 1 3321 9963 3321 27 : 23 12450
50
= 249 6723 5727 B 10250 C
D 60
40
= 15375 30%
29050 = 29050 ´ 3
7 = 12450 11. (2) Required difference = 9214 – 4336 = 4878
Calculations (16–20) :
Total number of voter in the constituency
= 720000
Both C
D
E Total Male Female Voters
(i) voters
(ii) voters (cast voters)
[(i) – (ii)]
(iii) 12% 70% = 86400 = 60480
15%
60%
= 108000 = 64800
16%
65%
= 115200
25% = 74880
55% = 180000 = 99000
32%
40%
= 230400 = 92160 Turnout 85% 25920 81000
138240 vote big – biiii g = 73440
70%
= 75600
75% 43200
40320 Didn' t = 86400
64%
= 115200
60%
= 138240 12960
32400
28800
64800
92160 16. (5) M = 32400 + 28800 + 64800 = 126000 332
100 4305
332
289
\ Required Ratio =
×
=
12450
100
250
or 289 : 250 M aths = 10250 ´ = 11405 ´ B 43935
= 14645
3
14. (5) Required total = 18248 + 5535 + 4336 + 3321 +
5727 = 37167
15. (4) Difference of stud...

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