## Data Interpretation For SBI PO : Set – 20

Study the following table and answer accordingly. Number of candidates Appeared (Ap.) and Qualified (Qu.) in Verbal ability examination.

Various Cities: R  Rajkot, B Bhubaneswar, C Chennai M Mumbai,

G  Gwalior, D  Delhi 1) The number of students appeared from Gwalior zone in 1997 and 2000 together is approximately what percent less than that from Bhubaneswar zone in 1996 and 1999 together?

a) 60%

b) 45%

c) 55%

d) 50%

e) 40%

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d)

The number of candidates appeared from Gwalior zone in 1997 and 2000 together = 11432 + 12030 =23462.

Number of candidates appeared from Bhubaneswar zone in 1996 and 1999 together = 22899 + 23698 = 46597.

So the required percentage = 46597- 23462 / 46597 — 100 = 50%.

2) In which of the following zones is there a continuous increase in the number of students appeared as well a qualified over the years?

a) Rajkot

b) Bhuvaneshwar

c) Chennai

d) Mumbai

e) None of these

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e)

There is no continuous increase in numbers

3) Ratio between boys and girls for qualified and for appeared from Mumbai zone in 1998 are 7: 3 and 3: 2 respectively. What is the approximate ratio between the boys qualified and girls appeared?

a) 2/13

b) 13/19

c) 1/28

d) 1/50

e) None of these

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c)

Total number of appeared candidates in 1998 = 24380 and qualifying students = 500

No. of boys qualified in 1998 = [(500 / 7 + 3)] —7 = 350

No. of girls qualified in 1998 = 500 – 350 = 150

No. of boys appeared in 1998 = [(24380 / 3 + 2)] —3 = 14628

No of girls appeared in 1998 = 24380 -14628 = 9752

Required ratio = 350 / 9752 = 1/28

4) The total number of qualifying candidates in 1998 is what percent less than in 2000?

a) 8.43%

b) 9.21%

c) 6.89%

d) 9.89%

e) 7.65%

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a)

Total number of qualifying candidates in 1998 = 650 + 560 +510 + 500 + 220 + 490 = 2930.

Total number of qualifying candidates in 2000 = 648 + 612 + 588 + 580 + 238 + 534 = 3200.

So, the required percentage = (3200 – 2930)/3200 — 100 = 8.43%. Hence, answer option is option a.

5) The qualifying percentage from Gwalior is maximum in which of the following years?

a) 1995

b) 1996

c) 2000

d) 1998

e) 1999

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e)

Qualifying percentage from Gwalior in the given years is following:

For year 1995: (130/10089) x 100 = 1.28%

For year 1996: (160/11032) x 100 = 1.45%

For year 1997: (190/11432) x 100 = 1.662%

For year 1998: (220/11987) x 100 = 1.83%

For year 1999: (240/12089) x 100 = 1.98%

For year 2000: (238/12030) x 100 = 1.97%

(6-10) Study the following table carefully to answer these questions: 6) What was the respective ratio between unemployed male youths in State D in 2009 and the unemployed male youths in State D in 2010?

a) 1:1

b) 2:3

c) 3:2

d) 4:5

e) None of these

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a)

Required ratio = 10% of 24 lakhs: 8% of 30 lakhs

= 240000: 240000

= 1: 1

7) What was the difference between the number of unemployed male youths in State F in 2009 and the number of unemployed male youths in State A in 2010?

a) 70,000

b) 45,000

c) 68,000

d) 65,000

e) 49,000

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e)

Unemployed male youths in state F in 2009 = 1, 96, 000Unemployed male youths in state A in 2010 = 2, 45, 000

Required difference = 49, 000

8) Number of unemployed male youths in State A in 2009 was what per cent of the number of unemployed female youths in State E in 2010?

a) 66

b) 50

c) 200

d) 133

e) None of these

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c)

Number of employed male youths in state A in 2009 = 12% of 32 lakhs

Number of employed female youths in state E in 2010 = 6% of 32 lakhs x 100 =  200

9) How many female youths were unemployed in State D in 2009?

a) 14,000

b) 1,44,000

c) 1,40,000

d) 40,000

e) None of these

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b)

Unemployed female in state D in 2009 = 6% of 24 lakhs

= 1, 44, 000

10) What was the total number of unemployed youths in State A in 2010?

a) 2,20,000

b) 3,25,000

c) 5,20,000

d) 5,25,000

e) None of these

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d)

Total number of unemployed youths in states A in 2010

= 7% of 35 lakhs + 8% of 35 lakhs

= 15% of 35 lakhs

= 5, 25, 000