Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 104

Directions(1-5): Answer the following questions based on the given information.
The pie-chart below shows the percentage distribution of books sold by different book publishers in a year.
The total number of books of the given book publishers sold altogether in a year is 24200.

  1. Find the ratio of the number of books of Penguin Random House sold to the number of books of McGraw-Hill Education sold in a year.
    9:11
    6:5
    7:9
    5:4
    2:3
    Option B
    Required ratio = 24% of 24200 : 20% of 24200 = 6:5

     

  2. Find the difference between the number of books of Scholastic and the number of books of Harper Collins sold in a year.
    2200
    2662
    2606
    2752
    2511
    Option B
    Required Difference = (18-7)% of 24200 = 2662

     

  3. If the number of books of Sage Publications sold in a year is 2468 less than the number of books of Penguin Random House sold in a year. Find the number of books of Sage sold in a year.
    3220
    3784
    3210
    3655
    3340
    Option E
    Number of books of Penguin Random House sold in a year
    = 24% of 24200 = 5808
    Required number of books of Sage Publications sold in a year = 5808 – 2468
    = 3340

     

  4. If the average profit earned by selling each book of ThomsonReuters is Rs.120. Find the total profit earned on selling all the books of ThomsonReuters in a year.
    Rs. 195785
    Rs. 178452
    Rs. 165220
    Rs. 174240
    Rs. 169785
    Option D
    Total number of books of ThomsonReuters sold
    = 6% of 24200 = 1452
    Total profit earned = 120*1452 = Rs. 174240

     

  5. If 44% of the books of Pearson sold in the year is the new addition books, then find the number of new addition books of Pearson sold in a year.
    2880
    2755
    2525
    2662
    2250
    Option D
    Required number of new addition books of Pearson sold in a year = 25% of 44% of 24200
    = 2662

     

  6. Directions(6-10): Answer the following questions based on below information.
    The graph below shows the survey of the students of 5 different colleges and their duration of sleeping time in a day.
    *All the students of the college participated in the survey.
    *Total number of students in any college = Number of students who sleeps(less than 6 hours + 6-8 hours + 8-10 hours + more than 10 hours) in a day.

  7. Find the ratio of the total number of students in Hindu College to the total number of students in Ramjas College.
    180:171
    183:172
    179:170
    182:189
    181:173
    Option E
    Required ratio = 2896:2768 = 181:173

     

  8. The total number of students in Shri Ram College is what percent of the total number of students in Hansraj College?
    72.84%
    76.65%
    79.22%
    79.79%
    70.78%
    Option B
    Required% = 2252/2938*100 = 76.65%

     

  9. Find the difference between the total number of students from all the colleges together who sleeps for less than 6 hours and the total number of students from all the colleges together who sleeps for 6 – 8 hours daily.
    2267
    2980
    2719
    2989
    2250
    Option C
    Required Difference = 4946 – 2227 = 2719

     

  10. If the ratio of the total number of girls sleeping more than 10 hours of all the colleges together to the total number of boys sleeping more than 10 hours of all the colleges together is 192:149, then find the total number of girls of all the colleges together with more than 10 hours sleeping duration in a day.
    768
    742
    685
    850
    770
    Option A
    Required number of girls with more than 10 hours sleeping duration in a day
    = 192/(192+149)*1364 = 768

     

  11. The total number of students from all the colleges together who sleeps for 8-10 hours daily is what percent of the total number of students from all the colleges together.
    31.3%
    33.9%
    39.7%
    36.8%
    32.5%
    Option D
    Required% = 4971/13508*100 = 36.8%

     


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