## Data Interpretation For SBI PO : Set- 27

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

Number of tickets sold in a week of five movies in the multiplexes in six different cities (Number in thousands)

1) What is the difference between the number of tickets of movie D sold in Kolkata and the number of tickets of movie B sold in Lucknow?

a) 700

b) 7,000

c) 14,000

d) 9,000

e) None of these

e)

Number of Tickets Sold in Movie D in Kolkata = 21000

Number of Tickets Sold in Movie B in Lucknow = 27000

Difference = 27000 – 21000 = 6000

2) What is the average number of tickets of movie C sold in all the six cities?

a) 15,500

b) 2,550

c) 24,000

d) 25,500

e) None of these

d)

Average number of tickets sold in Movie C = 15000+19000+24000+21000+34000+27000 = 153000/6= 25500

3) The Number of tickets of movie E sold in Chennai is what percentage of number of tickets of movie A sold in Mumbai?

a) 170

b) 70

c) 30

d) 130

e) None of these

a)

Number of tickets sold in Chennai For Movie E = 34000

Number of tickets sold in Mumbai for Movie A = 20000

Percentage = (34000/20000)*100 = 170

4) In which city was the total number of tickets of all the five movies together sold the minimum?

a) Delhi

b) Chennai

c) Lucknow

d) Kolkata

e) None of these

a)

Total Number of Tickets Sold in Mumbai  20+15+35+26+18 = 114

Total number of Tickets Sold in Delhi 17+19+21+25+28 = 110

Total Number of Tickets sold in Kolkata  32+24+19+21+17 =113

Total Number of Tickets sold in Chennai  18+21+32+28+34= 133

Total Number of Tickets sold in Hyderabad 16+34+26+29+22 = 127

Total Number of Tickets sold in Lucknow 15+27+20+35+26=123

Minimum tickets sold in Delhi

5) The number of tickets to movie B sold in Hyderabad was approximately what percentage of the total number of tickets of the same movie sold in all the cities together?

a) 15

b) 18

c) 12

d) 20

e) 24

e)

Number of Tickets Sold in Hyderabad for Movie B = 34000

Total Number of Tickets sold in same Movie in all citites = 1,40,000

approximate Percentage = (34000/140000)*100 =24

D.6-10) Answer the following questions based on the following table given below

6) How many tonnes per hectare were root vegetables were produced?

a) 15.0

b) 23.2

c) 19.7

d) 22.7

e) None of these

b)

18560/800 = 23.20

7) In case of how many vegetables the production was more than 20 tonnes per hectare?

a) 5

b) 4

c) 3

d 2

e) None of these

c)

Production of vegetables per hectare in tonnes

Pea = 72792/7200 = 10.11

Tomato = 79092/2600 = 30.42

Beans = 20895/2100 = 9.95

Cabbage = 42670/1700 = 20.31

Cauli Flower = 13790/700 = 19.7

Root veg. = 18560/800 = 23.2

Brinjal = 4500/300 = 15

Clearly, the production of tomato and cabbage & Root vegetables was more than 20 tonnes per hectare.

8) What is the ratio between the areas engaged in pea production and onion and garlic production respectively?

a) 24:5

b) 5:24

c) 23:5

d) 5:23

e) None of these

a)

Required Ratio = 7200/1500 = 24:5

9) Among the given vegetables in case of how many vegetables the area devoted to production of that vegetables was more than 10% of total areas taken together?

a) 5

b) 2

c) 3

d) 4

e) None of these

d)

Total Area = (7200 +2600 +2100 +1500+1700 +700 +800 +300+2900) = 19800

10% of the total area = 1890 hectares…….

We observed five types of vegetables (pea, tomato, Beans & leafy veg) are used for production is more than 10% of the total area.

10) How many more tonnes per hectare cabbage were produced in comparison to cauliflower?

a) 5.3

b) 4.5

c) 3.4

d) 5.5

e) None of these