IBPS Data Interpretation Questions and Answers Practice set 5

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1 . Following table shows the number of items (in thousand) produced by four different companies (A, B, C and D) and the ratio of sold to unsold items among them.

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What is the number of items sold by Company A in all six years together? (Answer options are in thousand)
A.  168.4 B.    171.6
C.  172.1 D.    173.2
E.    None of these
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2 . Following table shows the number of items (in thousand) produced by four different companies (A, B, C and D) and the ratio of sold to unsold items among them.

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What is the average number of items produced by Company D in all six years (Answer options are in thousand)
A.  54.25 B.    55.45
C.  56.75 D.    57.5
E.    None of these
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3 . Following table shows the number of items (in thousand) produced by four different companies (A, B, C and D) and the ratio of sold to unsold items among them.

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The number of items sold by Company D in the year 2009 is what percentage of the number of items which remain unsold by Company D in the year 2006?
A.  58.82% B.    80%
C.  120% D.    150%
E.    170%
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4 . Following table shows the number of items (in thousand) produced by four different companies (A, B, C and D) and the ratio of sold to unsold items among them.

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The number of items which remain unsold by Company C in 2008 is what percentage more or less than the number of items which are sold by Company B in the year 2010?
A.  16% B.    24%
C.  32% D.    40%
E.    48%
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5 . Following table shows the number of items (in thousand) produced by four different companies (A, B, C and D) and the ratio of sold to unsold items among them.

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What is the difference between the total items sold and the total items that remain unsold by Company D in all six years together?
A.  24220 B.    25640
C.  26380 D.    27550
E.    None of these
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6 . Following table shows the marks scored by six students in different subjects:

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What overall percentage did student B get in all subjects together?
A.  62.5% B.    64%
C.  66.5% D.    67.5%
E.    72%
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7 . Following table shows the marks scored by six students in different subjects:

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What is the ratio of the total marks obtained by A to that obtained by F?
A.  4:5 B.    5:6
C.  5:7 D.    3:5
E.    None of these
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8 . Following table shows the marks scored by six students in different subjects:

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What is the average of marks obtained by all the students in Hindi?
A.  73.5 B.    74.5
C.  75 D.    76.5
E.    77.5
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9 . Following table shows the marks scored by six students in different subjects:

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What is the average percentage of marks obtained by all the students in Maths? (Answer in approximate value)
A.  62% B.    65%
C.  68% D.    70%
E.    72%
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10 . Following table shows the marks scored by six students in different subjects:

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The total marks obtained by E is what percentage more than the total marks obtained by A? (Answer in approximate value)
A.  9% B.    11%
C.  13% D.    15%
E.    17%
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