# Crack IBPS PO : Data Interpretation day 2

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## IBPS PO Data Interpretation Day - 2

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**IBPS PO Study Planner **IBPS PO Data Interpretation Day – 2

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- Question 1 of 10
##### 1. Question

1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.1-5) Study the following carefully and answer the given questions

The following pie chart shows that the percentage of chocolates sold by four different shops

Each chocolate rate is Rs 5 or Rs 2.

The following table shows that the ratio between the 5 rupees chocolates and 2 rupees chocolates in each shops.

Ratio 5 Rupees chocolate 2 Rupees chocolate Shop A 7 5 Shop B 5 3 Shop C 9 7 Shop D 6 7 **What is the total number of 2 rupees chocolates sold by shop A and shop D together?**Correctd

Required sum=160+448=608

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Required sum=160+448=608

- Question 2 of 10
##### 2. Question

1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.1-5) Study the following carefully and answer the given questions

The following pie chart shows that the percentage of chocolates sold by four different shops

Each chocolate rate is Rs 5 or Rs 2.

The following table shows that the ratio between the 5 rupees chocolates and 2 rupees chocolates in each shops.

Ratio 5 Rupees chocolate 2 Rupees chocolate Shop A 7 5 Shop B 5 3 Shop C 9 7 Shop D 6 7 **What is the ratio between the total number of 2 rupees chocolates sold by shop C and the total number of 5 rupees chocolate sold by Shop B?**CorrectRequired ratio=336:760=42:95

IncorrectRequired ratio=336:760=42:95

- Question 3 of 10
##### 3. Question

1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.1-5) Study the following carefully and answer the given questions

The following pie chart shows that the percentage of chocolates sold by four different shops

Each chocolate rate is Rs 5 or Rs 2.

The following table shows that the ratio between the 5 rupees chocolates and 2 rupees chocolates in each shops.

Ratio 5 Rupees chocolate 2 Rupees chocolate Shop A 7 5 Shop B 5 3 Shop C 9 7 Shop D 6 7 **Total number of 5 rupees chocolates sold by Shop C is approximately what percent of the total number of chocolates sold by Shop D?**CorrectRequired percentage=432/832×100=51.9=52% (approximately)

IncorrectRequired percentage=432/832×100=51.9=52% (approximately)

- Question 4 of 10
##### 4. Question

1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.1-5) Study the following carefully and answer the given questions

The following pie chart shows that the percentage of chocolates sold by four different shops

Each chocolate rate is Rs 5 or Rs 2.

Ratio 5 Rupees chocolate 2 Rupees chocolate Shop A 7 5 Shop B 5 3 Shop C 9 7 Shop D 6 7 **What is the total number of 5 rupees chocolates sold by all the four Shops together?**CorrectRequired sum=224+760+432+384=1800

IncorrectRequired sum=224+760+432+384=1800

- Question 5 of 10
##### 5. Question

1 pointsCategory: AptitudeD.1-5) Study the following carefully and answer the given questions

The following pie chart shows that the percentage of chocolates sold by four different shops

Each chocolate rate is Rs 5 or Rs 2.

Ratio 5 Rupees chocolate 2 Rupees chocolate Shop A 7 5 Shop B 5 3 Shop C 9 7 Shop D 6 7 **What is the difference between the income of Shop D and shop A by selling the chocolates?**CorrectRequired difference= (224×5+160×2)-(384×5+448×2) = Rs 1376

IncorrectRequired difference= (224×5+160×2)-(384×5+448×2) = Rs 1376

- Question 6 of 10
##### 6. Question

1 pointsCategory: Aptitude**D.6-10)**Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.The following line graph shows number of cars sold by three different companies during given months.(in hundreds)

**What is the average number of Audi car sold during the given months (in hundreds)?**CorrectC

Average Audi car sold= (250+240+270+190+230)/5=236

IncorrectC

Average Audi car sold= (250+240+270+190+230)/5=236

- Question 7 of 10
##### 7. Question

1 pointsCategory: Aptitude**D.6-10)**Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.The following line graph shows number of cars sold by three different companies during given months.(in hundreds)

**What is the percentage change in sales of cars from January to May for all the three companies together?**Correctb

Percentage change from January to May= (710-680)/710×100=4.23% decrease

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Percentage change from January to May= (710-680)/710×100=4.23% decrease

- Question 8 of 10
##### 8. Question

1 pointsCategory: Aptitude**D.6-10)**Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.The following line graph shows number of cars sold by three different companies during given months.(in hundreds)

**What is the ratio between cars sold during September and cars sold during July?**Correctd

Required ratio= (230+240+270): (190+220+250) =740:660

=37: 33

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Required ratio= (230+240+270): (190+220+250) =740:660

=37: 33

- Question 9 of 10
##### 9. Question

1 pointsCategory: Aptitude**D.6-10)**Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.**if total cars sold during July, August and September is 208000, for all companies together out of which 30% are from Audi, what is the average car sold by BMW and swift during August?**Correctb

BMW and swift cars sold during July, August and September= 70/100×208000=145600

Average BMW and swift sold during August= (145600-(25000+22000+27000+24000))/2

=47600/2=23800

Incorrectb

BMW and swift cars sold during July, August and September= 70/100×208000=145600

Average BMW and swift sold during August= (145600-(25000+22000+27000+24000))/2

=47600/2=23800

- Question 10 of 10
##### 10. Question

1 pointsCategory: Aptitude**D.6-10)**Study the following information carefully and answer the following questions.**Total number of BMW sold during March and May is approximately what percentage of total cars sold during the same month?**Correcta

Required percentage= (220+200)/(220+240+250+200+210+270)×100=30%

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Required percentage= (220+200)/(220+240+250+200+210+270)×100=30%

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