Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions for IBPS PO Prelims – Set 70

Direction (1-5): Study the following pie-charts and answer the questions that follow:
A company wants to have renovation in its office. Its estimated and actual cost of renovation is given.


  1. What is the difference between the actual and estimated costs of flooring and painting?
    A) Rs 50,400
    B) Rs 51,800
    C) Rs 42,000
    D) Rs 44,200
    E) Rs 51,000
    View Answer
    Option E
    Solution
    :
    Actual cost of flooring and painting = (20+24)/100 * 450,000 = Rs 1,98,000
    Estimated cost of flooring and painting = (24+18)/100 * 350,000 = Rs 1,47,000
    So difference = 1,98,000 – 1,47,000 = Rs 51000
  2. How much percent more is the actual cost for Flooring than its estimated cost?
    A) 8.27%
    B) 6.23%
    C) 7.14%
    D) 8.92%
    E) 6.77%
    View Answer
    Option C
    Solution
    :
    Estimated cost for Flooring = 24/100 * 350,000 = Rs 84,000
    Actual cost for Flooring = 20/100 * 450,000 = Rs 90,000
    So required % = (90000 – 84000)/84000 *1 00 = 7.14%
  3. What is the average actual cost for interior designing and furniture?
    A) Rs 1,08,000  
    B) Rs 2,02,000     
    C) Rs 1,03,000   
    D) Rs 1,13,000    
    E) Rs 2,13,000     
    View Answer
      Option A
    Solution
    :
    Actual cost for interior designing and furniture = (32+16)/100 * 450,000 = Rs 216,000
    so average = 1/2 * 216000 = Rs 1,08,000   
  4. If the company decides to spend some extra money on curtains after all renovation is done, it was found that curtains cost 10% of the total money spent on renovation including curtains. Furniture makes how much percent of the total money spent?
    A) 15.8%
    B) 16.5%
    C) 15.2%
    D) 14.4% 
    E) 14.1% 
    View Answer
      Option D
    Solution
    :
    Actual cost for renovation is Rs 4,50,000. Now it is given that after this money spent (all renovation done), extra is paid for curtains and curtains cost make 10% of total money now. Means all other 5 items makes 90% of total money and those 5 items cost total Rs 4,50,000. So
    90% of total money spent = Rs 4,50,000
    So total money spent = Rs 500,000
    Now furniture’s actual cost = 16/100 * 4,50,000 = Rs 72,000
    So now furniture will make 72,000/500,000 * 100 = 14.4%  
  5. What is the total of difference between the actual and estimated costs of windows and flooring?
    A) Rs 6,800
    B) Rs 7,400
    C) Rs 8,700
    D) Rs 5,000
    E) Rs 7,000
    View Answer
    Option E
    Solution
    :
    We have to find:
    Difference between the actual and estimated costs of windows + Difference between the actual and estimated costs of flooring
    (10% of 3,50,000 – 8% of 4,50,000) + (24% of 3,50,000 – 20% of 4,50,000)
    OR = (10+24)/100 * 3,50,000 – (8+20)/100 * 450000 = Rs 7000 (take positive)  

Direction (6-10): Study the following line graph and answer the questions that follow:
Production is in thousands

  1. What is the difference between the production of products by company A in 2011 and 2013 together and by company B in 2012 and 2015 together?
    A) 1500
    B) 1700
    C) 16,000
    D) 15000
    E) 1600
    View Answer
    Option C
    Solution
    :
    Required difference = (40+62) – (70+48) = 16 (take positive)
  2. Find the ratio of number of products manufactured by company A in 2011 and 2012 together to number of products manufactured by company B in 2013 and 2015 together
    A) 2 : 3
    B) 2 : 1
    C) 1 : 2
    D) 1 : 3
    E) 1 : 1
    View Answer
    Option E
    Solution
    :
    Required ratio = (40+56) : (48+48) = 96 : 96 = 1 : 1
  3. In 2013, company A and B sold 85% and 75% of their products respectively. Find the average of number of products not sold by both companies in same year.
    A) 52,500
    B) 46,210
    C) 34,800
    D) 10,650
    E) 14,980
    View Answer
    Option D
    Solution
    :
    In 2013
    Products not sold by A = 15% of 62,000 = 9300
    Products not sold by B = 25% of 48,000 = 12000
    So average = (9300+12000)/2 = 10,650
  4. In years 2015 and 2016, both companies are able to sold 90% of their products. If in years 2016, sold items by both companies increase by 5% each than the previous year, then what is the total number of products manufactured by both companies in 2016?
    A) 74,900
    B) 1,04,100
    C) 94,200
    D) 84,400
    E) 94,500
    View Answer
    Option D
    Solution
    :
    In 2015:
    Sold by A = 90/100 * 42,000 = 37,800
    Sold by B = 90/100 * 48,000 = 43,200
    So in 2016:
    Sold by A = 105/100 * 37,800 = 39,690
    Sold by B = 105/100 * 43,200 = 45,360
    Now these are also 90% of total products manufactured
    So manufactured by A – 90/100 *x = 39,690, solve, x = 44,100
    Manufactured by B – 90/100 *x = 45,360, solve, x = 50,400
    So total manufactured in 2016 = 44100 + 50400 = 94,500
  5. What is the average of number of products manufactured by company B in all given years?
    A) 34,700
    B) 56,200
    C) 46,800
    D) 53,400
    E) 42,900
    View Answer
    Option B
    Solution
    :
    Required average = 1/5 * (75+70+48+40+48) = 56,200

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14 Thoughts to “Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions for IBPS PO Prelims – Set 70”

  1. deteminedd

    thanks mam

    1. Deadman

      sir st me to english me score nai atte
      kuch batoo:(
      hardly clear cut off

      1. deteminedd

        bhai cloze test strong area mera and fill ups 3 4 error kar leta hu or vocab ke question toh mila ke 18 hote ha 14 or 16 marks ate ha toh ma cloze test daily 3or 4 practice karta hu timer ke sath ba quiz pe and error ke liye st ke error question ko bar bar revise karo 3 4 fast jate ha vahi se exam se aur vocab reading karo ge toh samaj develop ho jaye ge am not that good in english. I even scored 0 and 3.5 in two exams. jo ma karta hu maine bta dia error ke liye ac and az good ha grammar padne ka time nhi ha ab toh practice karte raho and no tukka in english

        1. Deadman

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        2. Best buddy

          Good sir mere sath bhi English me yhi hota h kabhi 10-12 marks aa jate h aur kabhi.2 tk bhi aa rhe h.st me marks Ni aa rhe.

          1. deteminedd

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  2. सिंदबाद

    ty

  3. MAddy@17

    solution of 1st is wrong
    48% of 450000 is 216000 not 198000 plz make this correctn

    1. we have to do 44% of 450000 not 48%

      So solution is correct

      1. MAddy@17

        ohh thanks mam i solved it from cel small screen..thanks

  4. Aditi

    any one explain ques no.4

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