# Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 61

Quantitative Aptitude Questions for IBPS RRB/PO/Clerk, SBI PO, UICL, OICL, NIACL, NICL, RBI Grade B/Assistant, and other competitive exams.

Directions(1-5): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow.

Number of flights (in hundreds) cancelled in five different states during six different years

1. What was the average number of flights cancelled in all the states together in the year 2008?
A)Â 150
B)Â 195
C) 238
D) 220
E) 200
Â Â Option C
Solution:
Required average = [(1.4 + 1.5 + 2.2 + 1.3 + 5.5)/5]*100
= 238

2. In which state the number of flights cancelled continuously increased during the year 2004 to 2009?
A)Â  Assam
B)Â Rajasthan
C) Haryana
D) West Bengal
E) Punjab
Â Â Option D
Solution:
West Bengal
3. What is the difference between the number of flights cancelled in Assam in the year 2007Â Â  and the total number of flights cancelled in Rajasthan in the years 2005, 2007 and 2008 together?
A)Â 155
B)Â 200
C) 110
D) 230
E) 280
Â Â Option B
Solution:
Number of flights cancelled in Assam in 2007 = 270
Number of flights cancelled in Rajasthan in 2005, 2007 and 2008
= (0.7 + 1.8 + 2.2) * 100 = 470
Required difference = 470 â€“ 270 = 200
4. Number of flights cancelled in Haryana in the year 2004 was what per cent of the total number of flights cancelled in Punjab over all the years together?
A)Â 20%
B)Â 32%
C) 40%
D) 48%
E) 22%
Â Â Option B
Solution:
Total number of flights cancelled in Punjab over the years
=(1.4 + 1.3 + 0.5 + 2.7 + 1.4 + 2.7)*100 = 1000
Required % = (320/1000)*100 = 32%
5. What was the respective ratio between the number of flights cancelled in Rajasthan in the year 2006 and number of flights cancelled in West Bengal in the 2009?
A)Â 1 : 15
B)Â 3 : 22
C) 4 : 17
D) 1 : 30
E) 2 : 15
Â Â Option D
Solution:

Required ratio = 0.2 : 6 = 2 : 60 = 1 : 30
Directions(6-10):Â  Study the following graph and table carefully and answer the questions given below it.

6. What is the difference between the number of males in colony D and the number of children in the same colony?
A)Â 150
B)Â 220
C)200
D) 170
E) 138
Â Â Option E
Solution:
Required difference = (38 – 26)% of 1150 = (12 * 1150)/100 = 138
7. What is the respective ratio of the number ofÂ  males in colony B to the number of femalesÂ  in the same colony ?
A)Â 5 : 4
B) 5 : 3
C) 2 : 7
D) 1 : 3
E) 3 : 7
Â Â Option B
Solution:
Required ratio = 50 : 30 = 5 : 3
8. What is the average number of residents from all the colonies together ?
A) 1574
B)Â 1500
C) 1111
D) 1245
E) 1350
Â Â Option A
Solution:

Average number of residents from all the coloniesÂ  together
= (1250 + 2050 + 1800 + 1150 + 1620)/5 = 7870/5 = 1574
9. The number of children in colony A are approximately what per cent of the number of children in colony E?
A)Â 90%
B)Â 88%
C) 116%
D) 120%
E) 113%
Â Â Option C
Solution:
Number of children in colony A = [(1250 * 30)/100] = 375
Number of children in colony E = [(1620 * 20)/100] = 324
Required % = (375 / 324)*100 = 116%
10. What is the total number of females in colonies A, B and C together?
A)Â 1850
B) 1821
C) 1100
D) 1950
E) 1150
Â Â Option B
Solution:
Total number of females in colonies A, B and C together
=[(1250*36)/100] + [(2050*30)/100] + [(1800*42)/100] = 450 + 615 + 756 = 1821

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