# Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 113

Directions(1-5):Answer the following questions based on given information.

The chart represents the number of students studying in five different coaching centres.
Total number of students studying in a centre = Number of students studying for SSC exam + Number of students studying for Bank exam. 1. Find the difference between the number of students studying for SSC exam in centre A and the number of students studying for bank exam in centre E.
120
190
160
140
150
Option C
Required Difference = 400 – 240 = 160

2. If fee for studying SSC exam and Bank exam in coaching centre C is Rs.800 per month and Rs.900 per month resp. then find the revenue generated by centre C in a month.
Rs.556000
Rs.353000
Rs.461000
Rs.532000
Rs.500000
Option A
Required revenue generated = 800*380 + 900*280
= Rs.556000

3. Find the ratio of the number of students studying in centre A to that of the same in centre D.
25:17
28:19
26:17
23:10
21:11
Option B
Number of students studying in centre A = 240+320
= 560
Number of students studying in centre D = 130+250 = 380
Required ratio = 28:19

4. Out of the total number of students who are studying in centre E, 40% are girls. In centre E, number of girls who are studying for Bank exam is 55% of the total number of students who are studying for Bank exam. Find the number of girls who are studying for SSC exam in centre E.
48
25
30
40
52
Option A
Number of students studying in centre E = 270+400
= 670
Number of girls studying in centre E = 40% of 670 = 268
Number of girls studying for Bank exam in centre E = 55% of 400 = 220
Number of girls studying for SSC exam in centre E = 268 – 220 = 48

5. Number of students studying for SSC exam in centre B is what percentage of number of students studying for Bank exam in the same centre?
130%
125%
120%
115%
100%
Option B
Required% = (450/360)*100 = 125%

6. Directions(6-10):Answer the following questions based on given information.
The given line chart shows the expenditure and savings (in Rs.) of Raj in different months.
Income = Expenditure + Savings 7. Income of Raj in May is how much more than the income of Raj in January?
Rs.2800
Rs.2000
Rs.2600
Rs.2100
Rs.2700
Option A
Income of Raj in January = 2400+1800 = Rs.4200
Income of Raj in May = 4500+2500 = Rs.7000
Required Difference = 7000 – 4200 = Rs.2800

8. Income of Raj in June is 25% more than income of Raj in April, and the respective ratio of expenditure to savings in June is 3:2. Find the savings of Raj in June.
Rs.2500
Rs.2800
Rs.1900
Rs.2000
Rs.1500
Option B
Income of Raj in April = 3600+2000 = Rs.5600
Income of Raj in June = 5600*1.25 = Rs.7000
Savings of Raj in June = 2/5*7000 = Rs.2800

9. Find the average of the income of Raj in February, March and May taken together.
Rs.3900
Rs.5800
Rs.4200
Rs.4400
Rs.5000
Option B
Income of Raj in February, March and May resp. = Rs.5000, Rs.5400 and Rs.7000
Required Average = (5000+5400+7000)/3 = Rs.5800

10. Income of Raj in January is what percentage more or less than the expenditure of Raj in same month?
73%
70%
65%
75%
66%
Option D
Income of Raj in January = 2400+1800 = Rs.4200
Required% = (4200-2400)/2400*100 = 75%

11. Find the ratio of expenditure of Raj in March to the savings of Raj in May.
5:3
9:7
5:2
7:3
6:5
Option E
Required ratio = 3000:2500 = 6:5