## Data Interpretation For SBI PO : Set -24

D.1-5) Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below.

Number of cars(In thousands) of different models and colours sold in two metro cities in a year

1) The difference between the white coloured cars sold in the two metros of which of the following models is the minimum?

a) A

b) C

c) D

d) F

e) None of these

(e)

By the given table, type B’s white

In metro M  80

In metro  81 Different = 1

B’s white type is minimum

2) The total number of blue coloured cars of model E and D sold in metro H is exactly equal to the number of white coloured cars of which model in Metro M?

a) B

b) F

c) C

d) A

e) None of these

a)

Model D’s & model Eâ€™s blue coloured

= 43 + 37 = 80

80 is equal to B’White colour cars

3) What is the between the number of blue colour cars of model C sold in metro M and the number of red colour cars of model F sold in metro H?

a) 8000

b) 10,000

c) 12,000

d) 15,000

e) None of these

e)

Number of blue colour in C in metro M = 50

Number of red colour in F metro H = 34

Difference is 16,000

4) The total number of silver coloured cars sold in metro H is approximately what percentage of that Metro M?

a) 130

b) 140

c) 90

d) 100

e) 110

c)

Total number of silver coloured in metro H

= 20 + 35 + 37 + 42 + 22 + 17

= 173

Total number of silver coloured in metro M

= 192

Percentage = 173/192*100=90.10

5) In metro M the number of cars sold was maximum for which of the color-model combinations?

a) White  C

b) Blue  B

c) Silver  B

d) White  D

e) None of these

a)

By observing the table, white coloured car of type C is 90 & it is highest in metro M.

D.6-10) Study the following table carefully to answer the following questions

6) If the criteria for passing is minimum 40% marks only in Maths, How many students will pass?

a) 53

b) 107

c) 34

d) 129

e) None of these

b)

No. of students who got 0-19 marks in Maths = 31 No. of students who got 20-39 marks in Maths = 22; therefore No. of students who got less than 40% marks in Maths = 31 + 22 = 53

Hence, no. of students who passed in Maths = 160 – 53 = 107

7) If for passing, the student has to obtain minimum 60% marks on average of three subjects, How many students will pass?

a) 40

b) 108

c) 68

d) 73

e) None of these

a)

Marks 60-79  80-100

Average of 3 subjects 35  5

Hence, required no. of students = 35 + 5 = 40

Average production of B in the given years (in lakh tonnes)

8) If for passing, a student has to obtain 40% marks in any one of three subjects, what is the minimum number of students who will definitely pass?

a) 107

b) 109

c) 117

d) 108

e) None of these

a)

107 is the lowest among 117, 109 and 107. Hence, required no. of students = 107

9) How many students will pass in English if minimum passing marks is 40%?

a) 117

b) 111

c) 119

d) 108

e) None of these

e)

65 + 42 + 2 = 109

10) How many students have obtained 20 or more marks in atleast one of the three subjects?

a) 148

b) 139

c) 129

e) None of these