Tabular Data Interpretation on Missing Values. Missing DI Questions
Direction (1-5): In the graph below data about number of employees in four company A,B,C and D is give. Each company has only male or female employees of whom some are married and some are unmarried. Some values are missing in the table. Find the values on the basis of given information and answer accordingly.
- If the number of unmarried female in company A is 2 more than half the number of married female in the same company. Find the difference between unmarried male in Company Aand unmarried female in Company A
- The number of unmarried male in company B is 26 more than the married male in the same company. The difference between the number of unmarried male and unmarried female in the company B is 122. Find the total number of employee in company B, if the total number of male in Company B is greater than the total number of female in company B.
- Number of women in Company C is 147 more than the number of women in company A. If the sum of Married male and Married female in company C is 115, then find the sum of Unmarried male and unmarried female in Company C.
- The number of married female and unmarried female in company D are equal. If the number of married male in company D is 5 more than the number of married female in company D, then find the difference between unmarried male and unmarried female in company D.
- The number of married male in company D is 46. If 124 male from company A of whom 62 are married, are transferred to company D, then find the new number of unmarried male in company D.
Direction (6-10): In the table below data related to five items A,B,C,D and E are given. Cost Price(in Rupees), Marked Price(in Rupees), Selling Price(in Rupees) , Discount percentage and Profit percentage of some items are given. Some values are missing in the table. Find the values on the basis of given information and answer accordingly.
Cost Price (in Rs.)
Marked Price (in Rs.)
Selling Price (in Rs.)
- If the marked price of item B is Rs 100 more than the marked price of item A. Then find the Selling price of item B.
A) Rs 250
B) Rs 270
C) RS 300
D) Rs 280
E) Cannot be determined
- The cost price of item A is how much less than its marked price(in Rupees) if the profit % after selling item A is double the % discount offered on Item A.
A) Rs 60
B) Rs 55
C) Rs 45
D) Rs 40
E) Rs 50
- Find the difference between Marked Price and Selling Price of item C.
A) Rs 7.5
B) Rs 8
C) Rs 10
D) Rs 50
E) Rs 5
- Find the profit % of item E if the % discount od item E = % discount of item C and the Cost Price of E is 1.5 times the cost price of Item D.
D) 6(1/3) %
E) None of these
- Find the % discount and % profit of item D.
A) Discount= 10% ; Profit= 13(2/3)%
B) Discount= 25% ; Profit= 15%
C) Discount= 10% ; Profit= 18%
D) Discount= 15% ; Profit= 13(1/3)%
E) None of these