# IBPS Data Interpretation Questions and Answers Practice set 16

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1 . The following table shows the expenditure (in Rs. crore) of three companies A, B and C and the percentage profit of these companies in different years.

What is the income (in ?)of Company C in the year 2011 ?
 25.461 crore 19.312crore 30.861 crore 32.612 crore None of these
2 . The following table shows the expenditure (in Rs. crore) of three companies A, B and C and the percentage profit of these companies in different years.

What is the difference between the profits of Company A and Company B in the year 201.2?
 Rs. 42.4 1akh Rs. 48.8 lakh Rs. 51.4 lakh Rs. 56.2 lakh Rs. 57.5 lakh
3 . The following table shows the expenditure (in Rs. crore) of three companies A, B and C and the percentage profit of these companies in different years.

The expenditure of Company A in the year 2007 and 2012 together is approximately what percent of the expenditure of Company C in the year 2008 and 2010 together?
 64% 72% 78% 82% 86%
4 . The following table shows the expenditure (in Rs. crore) of three companies A, B and C and the percentage profit of these companies in different years.

The percentage profit of Company C in the year 2009 is approximately what per cent more or less than the percentage profit of Company A in the year 2007?
 72% 75% 78% 81% 89%
5 . The following table shows the expenditure (in Rs. crore) of three companies A, B and C and the percentage profit of these companies in different years.

The income of Company B in the year 2010 is approximately what per cent of the expenditure of Company A in the year 2009?
 112% 123% 137% 142% 148%
6 . Six companies A, B, C, D, E and F produce items which come in three model s $I_ 1$ $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ . The following table shows the total items produced by these companies and the ratios of $I_ 1$ , $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ among them.

What is the total number of items $I_1$ produced by Company A and B together?
 51280 53410 54720 55860 56340
7 . Six companies A, B, C, D, E and F produce items which come in three model s $I_ 1$ $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ . The following table shows the total items produced by these companies and the ratios of $I_ 1$ , $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ among them.

What is the difference between the total number of items $I_1$ and $I_3$ produced by Company E?
 3090 3140 3270 3320 3450
8 . Six companies A, B, C, D, E and F produce items which come in three model s $I_ 1$ $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ . The following table shows the total items produced by these companies and the ratios of $I_ 1$ , $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ among them.

The total number of items $I_2$ produced by Company A is approximately what per cent of the total number of items $I_1$ produced by it?
 23% 67.64% 92% 108.7% None of these
9 . Six companies A, B, C, D, E and F produce items which come in three model s $I_ 1$ $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ . The following table shows the total items produced by these companies and the ratios of $I_ 1$ , $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ among them.

The total number of items $I_1$ produced by Company D is approximately what per cent more/less than the total number of items $I_1$ produced by Company F?
 13.5% 16.25% 17.75% 19.5% 24%
10 . Six companies A, B, C, D, E and F produce items which come in three model s $I_ 1$ $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ . The following table shows the total items produced by these companies and the ratios of $I_ 1$ , $I_ 2$ and $I_ 3$ among them.
What is the total number of items$I_2$ produced by all six companies together?