 # Quantitative Aptitude: Data Interpretation Questions Set 90 1. Only 25% of questions (both SSC and banking) uploaded by Rohit in 2013 were related to Preliminary Examinations. If 500 SSC questions uploaded by Rohit in 2013 were related to preliminary examinations, how many banking questions uploaded by Rohit in the same year were related to preliminary examinations?
400
490
450
410
470
Option B
Questions uploaded by Rohit for preliminary exam
= (3960*25)/100 = 990
If 500 questions uploaded by him for SSC then rest for Banking = 990 – 500 = 490

2. If an aspirant wants to purchase 50% of banking questions uploaded by Hina in 2013. If the average cost per banking question purchased by Hina in 2013 was Rs. 30. What was the amount spent by Hina in purchasing banking questions in 2013?
45000
35820
54120
44070
25000
Option D
Banking Questions uploaded by Hina in 2013
= (7345 * 2)/5 = 2938 Aspirant wants to purchase 50% of it = (2938*50)/100 = 1469 Total Cost = 1469*30
= 44070

3. What is the average number of banking questions uploaded by all the five writers in 2012 ?
2758
3250
2000
2150
2890
Option A
Required average = (3300+2170+2600+2795+2925)/5
= 13790/5 =2758

4. What is the respective ratio between total number of questions ( both Banking & SSC ) uploaded by Rohit and Mehul in the year 2013 to the total number of questions ( both Banking & SSC ) uploaded by Shilpa and Naman in the year 2012?
656:765
652:321
541:520
752:633
457:652
Option A
Required ratio = (3960+5880) : (6300+5175)
= 656 : 765

5. The number of questions ( both Banking & SSC ) uploaded by Hina in the year 2012 is what percent of number of questions ( both Banking & SSC ) uploaded by Mehul in the year 2013?
62.35%
59.30%
65.42%
65.13%
75.17%
Option E
Percentage of questions uploaded by Hina in 2012 to the questions uploaded by Mehul in 2013
= (4420*100)/ 5880 = 75.17% 7. The number of male graduates in Uttar Pradesh is 1800. If the number of female graduates increase by 50% in the next year, approximately what percent of female workers in that particular state is graduate ?
90%
88%
93%
70%
68%
Option C
= (3360*80)/100 = 2688
Number of female graduates = 2688 – 1800 = 888
Females increases by 50% = (888*150)/100 = 1332
Total number of female in Uttar Pradesh = (6*3360)/14 = 1440
Required % = (1332*100)/1440 = 92.5% = 93% (approx.)

8. What is the ratio between the total number of male workers in states Haryana and Karnataka to the total number of graduate workers in the same states ?
1222:2457
1375:1339
2147:1998
3211:2589
None of these
Option B
Required ratio
= [(11/16)*2880 + (3/5)*3575]/[(65/100)*2880 + (60/100)*3575] = (1980+2145)/(1872+2145) = 4125/4017
= 1375:1339

9. What is the average number of graduate workers from all the states ?
1600.15
1995
1850.5
1955.6
1950.75
Option D
Total number of graduate workers from all the states
= 3720*(55/100) + 2880*(65/100) + 3360*(80/100) + 2054*(50/100) + 3575*(60/100)
= (2046+1872+2688+1027+2145)/5 = 9778/5 = 1955.6

10. Which state has the lowest number of average workers per office ?
Punjab
Karnataka
Chattisgarh
Haryana
Option A
Punjab = 3720//24 = 155
Haryana = 2880/18 = 160
Uttar Pradesh = 3360/21 = 160
Chattisgarh = 2054/13 = 158
Karnataka = 3575/22 =162
Hence ,Punjab has the lowest number of average workers .

11. In which state percentage of female workers to number of workers (both male and female) is ranked third highest ?
Haryana
Chattisgarh
Karnataka
Punjab
Option C
Punjab = 7/15*100 = 46.67%
Haryana = 5/16*100 = 31.25%
Uttar Pradesh = /14*100 = 42.86%
Chattisgarh = 6/13*100 = 46.15%
Karnataka = 2/5*100 = 40%