• # Practice Test: Data Interpretation – 24

 Directions (Questions: 1-5): Study the pie-charts carefully to answer the questions that follow. Percentage of students in six different colleges Percentage of girls in each of the college Total Number of students = 3500 Total Number of Girls = 1800 1 What is the number of girls in College D? a) 188 b) 192 c) 176 d) 164 e) None of these 2 Which college has the lowest number of girls? a) B b) F c) E d) D e) None of these 3 The number of boys  from College A forms what percent of total number of students from that college? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal) a) 56.29 b) 22.83 c) 38.41 d) 43.67 e) None of these 4 What is the total number of boys from colleges E & F together? a) 310 b) 215 c) 283 d) 251 e) None of these 5 Which college has the maximum number of boys? a) C b) D c) A d) B e) None of these Directions (Questions: 6-10): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow: Number of students studying in six different classes of six different schools 6 What is the respective ratio of students studying in Class IX of schools Q & R together to those studying in class VI of schools S & T together? a) 181 : 127 b)150 : 143 c)127 : 181 d)143 : 150 e) None of these 7 The number of students studying in Class VII fromSchool U forms what percent of the total number of students from all the classes together from that school?(rounded off to two digit after decimal) a) 18.28 b) 15.93 c) 16.14 d) 17.36 e) None of these 8 Number of studying in Class X from school P form approximatelywhat percent of the total numberof students studying in Class X from all schools together? a) 24 b) 9 c) 12 d) 29 e) 16 9 Which class has the maximum number of students from all schools together? a) VI b) X c) VIII d) V e) None of these 10 Total number of students studying in School T from all classes together forms what percent of total number of students studying in School S from all classes together? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) a) 100.26 b) 103.52 c) 101.78 d) 102.64 e) None of these Directions (Questions: 11-15): Study the graph carefully to answer the questions that follow. Percent increase in profit of two companies over the years 11 What is the percent increase in profit of Company A in the year 2006 from the previous year? a) 60 b) 5 c) 10 d) 45 e) None of these 12 If the profit of Company B in the year 2002 was Rs. 679 995 what would its profit have been in the year 2001? a) Rs. 503700 b) Rs. 501500 c) Rs. 453330 d)Cannot be determined e) None of these 13 What is the percent increase in percent increase in profit of Company A in the year 2007 from the previous year? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) a) 9.09 b) 8.12 c) 10.11 d) 7.64 e) None of these 14 Based on the graph, which of the following statements is TRUE? a) There is no increase in the profit of Company B in the year 2003 from the previous year b) Company B has made the highest profit in the year 2007 c) Company A has made the lowest profit in the year 2003 d) Company B has made more amount of profit than Company A over the years e) None of these 15 What is the increase in the percent in profit of Company A in the year 2004 from the previous year? a) 25 b) 5 c) 15 d) 10 e) None of these Directions (Questions: 16-20): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow: Percentage of marks obtained by six students in six different Subjects 16 What are the average marks obtained by all students together in Hindi? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) a) 42.83 b) 44.62 c) 41.54 d) 43.28 e) None of these 17 What are total marks obtained by Tanya in all the subjects together? a) 418 b) 412 c) 408 d) 402 e) None of these 18 If to pass in the exam the minimum marks required in Maths are 95 and in Social studies are 85, how many students will pass? a) One b) Three c) Two d) Four e) None of these 19 What is Riya’s overall percentage of marks in all subjects together? a) 75.6 b) 68.3 c) 72.8 d) 71.2 e) None of these 20 Which students have scored the highest marks in all subjects together? a) Prasad b) Riya c) Ravi d) Amit e) None of these