IBPS Data Interpretation Questions and Answers Practice set 12

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1 . Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

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How much more is the approximate percentage of the number of Research papers that were published by Neeta in Educon as compared to the number of Research papers that were published by Vijay in Eduforms?
A.  52 B.    42
C.  152 D.    147
E.    47
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2 . Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

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What is the difference between the total number of Research papers published by Anand, Vijay and Neeta together in Educon and the total number of Articles published by Mohan, Naidu and Ronit together in Edutrack?
A.  33 B.    27
C.  32 D.    29
E.    None of these
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3 . Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

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Who published the third highest number of Research papers and Articles together in Eduforms?
A.  Anand B.    Vijay
C.  Neeta D.    Mohan
E.    Naidu
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4 . Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

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What is the average number of Research papers published by all the six scholars together in Frontier?
A.  14 B.    16
C.  17 D.    15
E.    None of these
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5 . Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:

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The total number of Research papers and Articles together published by Mohan in Edutrack is approximately what percentage of the total number of Articles published by all the six scholars together in New Era?
A.  145 B.    117
C.  137 D.    132
E.    124
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6 . Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions. The table shows the percentage of marks of students A, B, C, D, E and F got in different subjects— Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, English and Sanskrit—and each subject has different maximum marks.

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What is the percentage marks scored by Student B in all the subjects together?
A.  62.2% B.    63.75%
C.  64% D.    67.5%
E.    57.5%
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7 . Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions. The table shows the percentage of marks of students A, B, C, D, E and F got in different subjects— Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, English and Sanskrit—and each subject has different maximum marks.

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The marks scored by Student F in Hindi is what percentage of the marks scored by Student B in Maths?
A.  112.5% B.    88.88%
C.  78.5% D.    117.5%
E.    120%
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8 . Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions. The table shows the percentage of marks of students A, B, C, D, E and F got in different subjects— Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, English and Sanskrit—and each subject has different maximum marks.

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What is the average marks scored in English?
A.  90 B.    90.5
C.  91 D.    91.5
E.    92
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9 . Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions. The table shows the percentage of marks of students A, B, C, D, E and F got in different subjects— Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, English and Sanskrit—and each subject has different maximum marks.

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The total marks scored by Student A is what percentage more than the total marks scored by Student D? (Answer in approximate value)
A.  18% B.    24%
C.  30% D.    32%
E.    36%
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10 . Read the following table carefully and answer the following questions. The table shows the percentage of marks of students A, B, C, D, E and F got in different subjects— Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Hindi, English and Sanskrit—and each subject has different maximum marks.

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The percentage marks scored by Student B in Chemistry is what per cent of the percentage marks scored by C in Hindi?
A.  122.5% B.    132.5%
C.  142.5% D.    152.5%
E.    162.5%
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