# Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 112

Directions(1-5):Answer the following questions based on given information.
The given table shows the number of books published in different months and the second table shows the percentage of number of books published in the respective months by a publisher.
Note: Number of books published (in a month) = Number of books sold + Number of unsold books

1. Find the ratio of the number of books sold in March to the number of books sold in May
3:5
2:9
4:7
1:2
3:7
Option C
Required ratio = 36:63 = 4:7

2. Find the difference between the number of books unsold in February and the number of book sold in April.
200
188
195
210
208
Option E
Required Difference = 288 â€“ 80 = 208

3. Find the average of the number of unsold books in January and March taken together?
250
274
282
296
270
Option C
Required average = (360+204)/2 = 282

4. Number of unsold books is second highest in which monthly?
January
May
February
March
April
Option B
May = 0.15*420 = 63 420 â€“ 63 = 357

5. Out of the number of books sold in January, 30% are academic books. The number of academic books sold in January is what percentage of the number of books sold in February?
50%
30%
80%
40%
70%
Option A
Number of academic books sold in January = 0.3*120
= 36
Required% = 36/72*100 = 50%

6. Directions(6-10): Answer the following questions based on given information.
The given graph shows the total number of people (men and women) and the number of women visiting different Meditation centres (A,B,C and D) in a town.

7. Find the ratio of the number of women visiting Meditation centre A to the number of women visiting Meditation centre C.
39:45
38:43
45:41
44:41
41:37
Option C
Required ratio = 180:164 = 45:41

8. The number of men visiting Meditation centre D is what percentage of the total number of people visiting Meditation centre D?
48.7%
49.2%
32.7%
40.6%
35.5%
Option B
Required% = (246/500)*100 = 49.2%

9. The respective ratio of the number of married women to unmarried women visiting Meditation centre B is 4:3 and the respective ratio of married people to unmarried people visiting Meditation centre B is 5:4, find the number of married men visiting Meditation centre B.
142
150
166
138
174
Option D
Number of married women visiting Meditation centre B
= (4/7)*196 = 112
Number of married people visiting Meditation centre B = (5/9)*450 = 250
Number of married men visiting Meditation centre B = 250 â€“ 112 = 138

10. Find the difference between the average number of men visiting Meditation centre A and B taken together and the average number of men visiting Meditation centre C and D taken together.
44
38
70
56
65
Option D
Required difference = (240+254)/2 â€“ (136+246)/2 = 56

11. The respective ratio of the number of married people to unmarried people visiting Meditation centre C is 8:7. Find the number of married people visiting Meditation centre C.
174
160
155
142
136
Option B
Number of married people visiting Meditation centre C = 8/(8+7)*300 = 160