DATA INTERPRETATION SAMPLE PAPERS

DATA INTERPRETATION SAMPLE PAPERS - 1 Solid DI Set 1...

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Solid DI Set 1 Question For Questions 1 to 5 read the following instructions: Nine horses participated in a horse tournament. Five races were held in this tournament. The winner of a race gets 5 points, 2nd gets 3 and the 3rd gets 1. The table gives the points tally. One race is held between five horses. The first race is held among the first 5 horses from the left in the above table. Out of these horses, A drops out of the race and a new horse. ie. F enters into the race. In the next race, B drops out and G enters and so on. It is also given that H is the only horse that scored in 2 consecutive races. Q.1 What was the position of horse F in race 4? a. 4 th b. 2 nd c. 3 nd d. cannot be determined e.1 st Q.2 What is the ratio of the points scored by “G” and E in race 5? a. 1:3 b. 3:1 c. 1:5 d. cannot be determined e. 5:1 Q.3 The first 3 rankers of the race 3 in some order? a .C,E,G b. D,E,F c. C,D,F d. C,E,F e. C,G,F Q.4 D could have come third in which of the following races? a. Race 1 b. Race 3 c. Race 4 d. Race 5 e. cannot be determined Q.5 Suppose if C had 6 points and E had 7 points while the points of the rest of the horses remain unchanged then E could’ve come second in a. One race b. Two races c. At most one race d. At most 2 races e. cannot be determined Answer: For Solid DI Set 1 The table of the winners is as follows: So 1-b, 2-d, 3-a, 4-c For 5 interchange the places of C and E in race 1. Hence the answer is d, 5-d Solid DI Set - 2 Question For Questions 1 to 5 read the following instructions: The following Table gives the number of students in all the different classes of Indian Public school in the years 2050 and 2051 respectively. A C E B F D Race3 C E/G G/E H F D H G/E E/G 1
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Class Students in the year 2050 Students in the year 2051 VII 120 140 VIII 84 100 IX 72 70 X 64 60 XI 48 56 XII 36 54 It is known that i. New students join the school only in class VII ii. No student leaves the school before passing out from class XII iii. The students, who fail, have to repeat the year. Q.1 If no student of class XI failed in the year 2020, then what is the pass percentage of class XII for the year 2050? a. 22.66% b. 16.66% c. 83.33% d. 77.77% e. None of these Q.2 If the new joiners in the year 2051 were 76, then the number of students failed in class XII in the year 2050? a. 10 b. 14 c. 8 d. 16 e. 20 Q.3 How many students of class IX failed in the year 2050, if no student of class XI failed in the year 2050? a. 12 b. 8 c.10 d. 14 e. None of these Q.4 If number of students of class VII failed in the year 2050 is 64, then what is the total number of students failed in the year 2050? a. 150 b. 182 c. 195 d. 164 e. 176 Q.5 The highest pass percentage of class VII can be? a. 55% b. 60% c. 58% d. 50% e. 65% Answer: For Solid DI Set 2 A general formula here is Strength (c, y) = Pass(c-1,y-1) + Fail(c,y-1) Where c is the class and y is the year. 1. No. of failures in class XII in 2050 is 54-48=6. Hence the pass percentage is 5/6*100.ie 83.33 2. Back track and obtain the failures and passes in that particular year from the formula. Answer is 16.
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