Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 116

Directions(1-5): In the following table the no. of registered voters are given from five states. Percentage of voters who cast their votes out of total voters is given. Ratio of male and female out of total voters registered are also given. Following data is from year 2016.

  1. Total no. of males who cast their votes from UP and Goa together are approximately what percentage more or less than the total no. of registered voters from Manipur?
    240%
    244%
    235%
    255%
    260%
    Option D
    Required % = [49000-17383]/49000*100 == 255%

     

  2. If in year 2017, Total the no. of registered voters increased by 20% from Goa while Total no. of registered voters increased by 25% from UP then find the total no. of registered voters (in thousands) From Up and Goa together in 2017.
    40401
    42250
    44165
    43210
    44257
    Option C
    Required registered votes
    = 120/100*9200 + 125/100*26500 = 44165

     

  3. Find the ratio between total number of females who cast their votes from Manipur and Uttarakhand together to the total no. of males who cast their votes from Goa and Manipur together?
    2301:3415
    2915:3552
    2125:3213
    2129:3113
    2409:3199
    Option E
    Required Ratio = (1659+3159)/(4186+2212)
    = 2409:3199

     

  4. If 10% of the total no. of voters from Punjab are from minority and 45% of them are Sikh Community and remaining of them are from Hindu Community, then find the total no. of voters registered from Punjab who belong to Hindu Community?
    83.25 Lakh
    89.19 Lakh
    80.25 Lakh
    77.22 Lakh
    86.12 Lakh
    Option A
    Required No. of registered voters = 45/100*18500
    = 83.25 Lakh

     

  5. Find the difference b/w the average no. of registered voters from U.P. and Punjab together and the total no. of voters registered from Uttrakhand and Manipur together?
    33
    50
    32
    41
    36
    Option D
    Required difference = ½*45000 – 18400 = 41 Lakh

     

  6. Directions(6-10): There are five companies and we have given the no. of employee working in different companies. In the table we have also given the percentage of male and female employees of HR and Marketing department.

  7. If 60% of the employees of company T in HR department have MBA degree and 40% of the employees of the same company in the Marketing dept. have MBA degree, then how many employees have MBA degree in company T in both dept. together.
    88
    55
    77
    44
    66
    Option E
    Required no. of employees = 60/100*30/100*300 + 40/100*10/100*300 = 54+12 = 66

     

  8. The ratio of female employee of company Q in HR dept. to male employee of company R in Marketing dept. ?
    12:3
    13:5
    11:6
    10:3
    13:4
    Option E
    Required Ratio = 65:20 = 13:4

     

  9. Total number of HR employees of company P is what % more then the total no. of marketing employee in company T?
    230%
    225%
    247%
    252%
    220%
    Option C
    HR employees in company P = 26*4 = 104
    Marketing employee in company T = 10*3 = 30
    Required % = (104-30)/30*100 = 246.67% == 247%

     

  10. The ratio of male employee in HR dept. of company P and R together to female employee of Marketing department in company S and T together?
    188:45
    181:40
    183:42
    188:43
    187:41
    Option D
    Required Ratio= (48+140)/(22+21) = 188:43

     

  11. Difference between female employees of HR dept. in all companies together (excluding company S) and the female employees of Marketing dept. in all companies together (excluding company Q)?
    121
    130
    129
    141
    139
    Option E
    Required difference = (56+65+70+54) – (28+35+22+21) = 139

     


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