• Practice Test: Data Interpretation – 23

     

    Directions (Questions 1 – 5):Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:1-5
    1 The total quantity of Food Items consumed by Hotel C is approximately what per cent of the total quantity of Food Items consumed by Hotel E?
    a) 128
    b) 101
    c) 93
    d) 136
    e) 117
    2 The quantity of Rice consumed by Hotel A is approximately what percent of the quantity of Rice consumed by all the Hotels together?
    a) 12
    b) 19
    c) 15
    d) 23
    e) 27
    3 Which Hotel consumed the highest quantity of the total food items over the month?
    a) A
    b) B
    c) C
    d) D
    e) None of these
    4 What is the respective ratio of the average quantity of Wheat consumed by all the Hotels together to the average quantity of Vegetables consumed by all the Hotels together over the month?
    a) 316 : 167
    b) 23 : 16
    c) 167 : 328
    d) 326 : 165
    e) 173 : 88
    5 What is the respective ratio of quantity of Sugar and Coffee consumed by Hotel D to Hotel F?
    a) 9 : 11
    b) 9 : 13
    c) 11 : 9
    d) 13 : 17
    e) None of these
    Directions (Questions: 6-10): Study the following Graph carefully and answer the question given below it.6-10
    6 What is the average number of students appearing for the SSC examination from all the towns together?
    a) 25000
    b) 30000
    c) 32500
    d) 22500
    e) None of these
    7 What is the respective ratio of the number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town B to Town D?
    a) 4 : 7
    b) 6 : 17
    c) 8 : 11
    d) 7 : 13
    e) None of these
    8 The number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town A is approximately what percent of the number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town D?
    a) 58
    b) 67
    c) 62
    d) 54
    e) 64
    9 The number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town E is what percent of the total number of students appearing for the SSC examination from all the towns together?
    a) 32
    b) 24
    c) 16
    d) 8
    e) None of these
    10 What is the respective ratio of the number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town A and B together to the number of students appearing for the SSC examination from Town C, D and E together?
    a) 3:  8
    b) 4 : 7
    c) 5 : 11
    d) 3 : 11
    e) None of these
    Directions (Questions: 11-15):Study the information carefully and answer the questions that follow:
    A school consists of 2800 students. The ratio of boy to girls is 5 : 9 respectively. All the students are enrolled in hobby classes’ viz. dancing, singing and Painting, 12 percent of the boys learn only singing. 16 percent of the girls learn only Dancing. The number of students enrolled only in Painting is 925.One-fourth of the boys are enrolled in all three classes i.e. Dancing, Singing and Painting. Number of girls is enrolled in all the three classes i.e. Dancing, Singing and Painting. 23 percent of the boys are enrolled only in Dancing and the remaining are enrolled in only Painting.
    11 What is respective ratio of the number of boys enrolled only in Dancing to the number of girls enrolled in the same?
    a) 117 : 125
    b)127 : 154
    c)115 : 144
    d)121 : 162
    e) None of these
    12 What is the number of girls enrolled in all the three classes i.e. Dancing, Singing and Painting?
    a) 862
    b) 687
    c) 1212
    d) 1087
    e) None of these
    13 Number of boys enrolled in Painting only is what percent of the girls enrolled in the same?(rounded off to the digits after decimal)
    a) 81.46
    b) 85.67
    c) 72.83
    d) 76.19
    e) None of these
    14 How many students are enrolled in Singing?
    a) 680
    b) 420
    c) 1027
    d) 1129
    e) None of these
    15 How many boys are enrolled in Dancing?
    a) 480
    b) 360
    c) 250
    d) 230
    e) None of these

     

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    Answers:

    1 E) 117
    2 C) 15
    3 B) B
    4 E) 173:88
    5 A) 9:11
    6 A) 25000
    7 D) 7:13
    8 C) 62
    9 B) 24
    10 E) none of these
    11 C) 115:144
    12 E) none of these
    13 E) none of these
    14 E) none of these
    15 A) 480

     

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