# Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 135

(1-5):The following information gives the percentage distribution of total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in 6 different months in the year 2019.
Jan – 15%, Feb – 18%, Mar – 23%, Apr – 20%, May – 14%, Jun-10%
Total number of tablets= 15000

1. Find the difference between the total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Jan and may together to that of total number of Tablets sold by Nokia in Feb and Mar together, if the ratio between the total Tablets sold by Samsung to that of Nokia is 3 : 4 and the percentage distribution of total Tablets sold by Nokia is same as Samsung.
3450
3850
4450
4560
4455
Option B
The total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Jan and may together
= >15000 * (29/100) = 4350
The total number of Tablets sold by Nokia in Feb and Mar together
= >[15000 * 4/ 3] * (41/100) = 8200
Required difference = 8200 â€“ 4350 = 3850

2. Find the difference between the average number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Feb and Mar together to that of the average number of Tablets sold by Samsung in may and June together.
1275
1335
1445
1555
1455
Option A
The average number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Feb and Mar together
= > 15000 * (41/100) * (1/2) = 3075
The average number of Tablets sold by Samsung in May and June together
= > 15000 * (24/100) * (1/2) = 1800
Required difference = 3075 â€“ 1800 = 1275

3. If the total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Aug 2019 is 45% more than the total number of Tablets sold by the same company in April 2019 and the total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Sep 2019 is 60% more than the total number of Tablets sold by the same company in May 2019, then find the total number of Tablets sold by the Samsung in Aug and Sep together.
5590
7890
7710
3450
7800
Option C
The total number of Tablets sold by the Samsung in Aug and Sep together
= >15000 * (20/100) * (145/100) + 15000 * (14/100) * (160/100)
= > 4350 + 3360 = 7710

4. Find the ratio between the total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Feb and Apr together to that of total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Jan and June together.
15:12
15:90
38:25
56:23
45:23
Option C
The total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Feb and Apr together
= > 15000 * (38/100)
The total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Jan and June together
= > 15000 * (25/100)
Required ratio = [15000 * (38/100)]: [15000 * (25/100)]=38: 25

5. What is the average number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Feb?
4350
3470
6590
3340
6690
Option A
The total number of Tablets sold by Samsung in Jan and may together
= >15000 * (29/100) = 4350

6. (6-10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given below.

Note: For each correct answer the student is given mark and for every incorrect answer 0.25 marks are deducted. No marks are deducted for un â€“ attempted questions.

7. Number of incorrect answers marked by Naren is what percentage More/less than the number of incorrect answers marked by Arun?
20
10
15
25
30
Option A
Arun:
Correct=170 * 12/17 = 120
Wrong=170-120=50
score= 120-0.25*50 = 107.5
Akil:
Correct=130 * 11/13 = 110
Wrong=130-110=20
score= 110-0.25*20 = 105
Vinoth:
Correct=100 * 22/25 = 88
Wrong=100-88=12
score= 88-0.25*12 = 85
Naren:
Correct=140 * 31/35 = 124
Wrong=140-124=16
score= 124-0.25*16 = 120

Number of incorrect answers marked by Naren= 16
the number of incorrect answers marked by Arun= 20
Required percentage = (20-16) / 20 * 100
= 20 % Less

8. What is the difference between the marks scored by Vinoth and Arun?
5
10
15
20
25
Option D
Marks scored by Vinoth = 85
Marks scored by Arun = 105
Difference = 20

9. What is the ratio of correct answers marked by Arun to the wrong answers marked by Naren?
10:8
14:8
15:2
16:5
11:9
Option C
Correct answers marked by Arun = 120
Wrong answers marked by Naren = 16
Ratio = 120/16 = 15: 2

10. Who scored the 2nd highest marks?
Arun
Akil
Vinoth
Naren
Arun and akil
Option A
Mark of,
Arun = 107.5
Akil = 105
Vinoth = 85
Naren= 120
Arun has 2nd highest mark.

11. What is the score obtained by Arun?
145.9
122.8
125.6
107.5
156.9
Option D
Arunâ€™s score = 120 â€“ (0.25 * 50) = 107.50