Data Interpretation : Practice Set-2

The Team of subject matter experts of JagranJosh has come up with all new Conceptual Practice Test on Quantitative Aptitude- Data Interpretation which contains topics such as Pie Chart, Tables, Graphs, Combination of graphs and Miscellaneous. This practice set contains 20 questions with explanations. Quantitative aptitude- Data Interpretation Online Practice Test is useful for all important exams like IBPS, SBI PO-Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI, Insurance, SSC, CAT, Railways, CDS, CTET, Campus Placements, MBA Entrance, etc.

  • Question 1

    Direction: In each question there are two statements I and II, you have to select the correct answer depending upon the sufficiency of data given in the statements to answer the question.
    Statements:
    If a and b are natural numbers, is a = b?
    I. ( 1 a + 1 b )( a+b )=4 II. (a -11) 2 = ( b11 ) 2
  • Question 2

    Direction: In each question there are two statements I and II, you have to select the correct answer depending upon the sufficiency of data given in the statements to answer the question.
    Statements:
    If a and b are natural numbers, is a = b?
    In a special car race, the number of female drivers is 40% of the total number of drivers participating in the race. Each driver either drives alone or with a co-driver of opposite sex. What percent of the total drivers in the race are driving alone?
    Statements:
    (i) 50% of male drivers are driving with female co-drivers.
    (ii) 25% of the drivers driving alone are female.
  • Question 3

    Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the questions given below after studying the graph carefully.

    Calculate the percentage of the total cost is part of distribution cost?
  • Question 4

    Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the questions given below after studying the graph carefully.

    What percent more is spent on raw material than that on advertisement cost?
  • Question 5

    Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the questions given below after studying the graph carefully.

    What percent less in spent on administrative cost than that on labour cost?
  • Question 6

    Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the questions given below after studying the graph carefully.

    Find out the amount spent on raw material and labour together, if the total cost incurred during the year was Rs.2 crore,
  • Question 7

    Direction: The pie chart given below shows the expenditure on various cost centres for the production and distribution of a product line X during a particular year. Answer the questions given below after studying the graph carefully.

    By what the amount spent on selling exceeds that on distribution, if the total amount expenditure during the year be Rs.18000000,
  • Question 8

    Direction: The graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following questions.

    What is the difference between the average number of students in institute X and institute Y from year 2007 to 2012?
  • Question 9

    Direction: The graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following questions.

    In how many of the given years the number of students got placed from institute X is more than 1000?
  • Question 10

    Direction: The graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following questions.

    In how many years is the number of students got placed from institute Y more than 1500?
  • Question 11

    Direction: The graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following questions.

    In 2010, the number of students got selected from institute Y is what percentage more than they got selected from institute X?
  • Question 12

    Direction: The graph shows the total number of students in two institutes in various years and table shows the percentage of students got placed in different companies. Based on the given information answer the following questions.

    What is the ratio of the students got selected from institute Y in 2010 to that of institute X in 2011?
  • Question 13

    Direction: In each question there are two statements I and II, you have to select ‎the correct answer from a to d depending upon the sufficiency of data given in the ‎statements to answer the question.‎
    Find the sum of all the numbers divisible by 7 between 50 and 200? ‎
    I.‎ The first number divisible by the following is 56 and the last one is 196.‎
    II. The number of numbers divisible by 7 is 21.‎
  • Question 14

    Direction: In each question there are two statements I and II, you have to select ‎the correct answer from a to d depending upon the sufficiency of data given in the ‎statements to answer the question.‎
    Find the time taken by the train to cross the platform? ‎
    I.‎ The length of the train is 200 metre ‎
    II. The speed of the train is 20 metre per seconds‎
  • Question 15

    Direction: The following table shows admissions of number of students to ‎different institutes and also the number of students from these institutes who drop out ‎from the institutes every year since 2010.‎

    What is the difference between the total number of students added to institute A and the ‎total number of students added to institute E during the years 2011 to 2015?‎
  • Question 16

    Direction: The following table shows admissions of number of students to ‎different institutes and also the number of students from these institutes who drop out ‎from the institutes every year since 2010.‎

    What is the total number of students studying in institute D in 2014?‎
  • Question 17

    Direction: The following table shows admissions of number of students to ‎different institutes and also the number of students from these institutes who drop out ‎from the institutes every year since 2010.‎

    What is the percentage increase in the number of students studying in institute B from ‎‎2010 to 2015?‎
  • Question 18

    Direction: The following table shows admissions of number of students to ‎different institutes and also the number of students from these institutes who drop out ‎from the institutes every year since 2010.‎

    What is the approximate average of the total number of students of all institutes in the ‎year 2011?‎
  • Question 19

    Direction: The following table shows admissions of number of students to ‎different institutes and also the number of students from these institutes who drop out ‎from the institutes every year since 2010.‎

    During the period between 2013 to 2015 the total number of students from institute B ‎who drop out the institute is what percent of total number of students from institute C ‎who take admission in the institute in the same period?‎
  • Question 20

    Direction: Study the below diagram which shows the revenue and cost of a ‎company in the years 2005-2009, and then answer the following question.

    Find the difference in profit of the company during the years 2006 and 2007?‎