# Important DI – Table for SBI PO Mains – 2017

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# Important DI – Table for SBI PO Mains – 2017

**Directions (1- 5):** Study the given chart carefully and answer the following questions.

**Train A:**

Station | Arrival
Time |
Departure
Time |
Distance
From orign in Kms |
No. of passenger boarding at each station | Fare in Rs |

Ahmedabad | Starting | 5.00 pm | — | 400 | — |

Vadodara | 6.30 pm | 6.35 pm | 100 | 100 | 50 |

Bharuch | 8.50 pm | 9.00 pm | 250 | 90 | 120 |

Mumbai | 4.00 am | 4.10 am | 800 | 300 | 400 |

Pune | 7.30 am | 7.45 am | 1050 | 150 | 500 |

Solapur | 10.20 am | Terminates | 1280 | — | 620 |

**Train B:**

Station | Arrival
Time |
Departure
Time |
Distance
From orign in Kms |
No. of passenger boarding at each station | Fare in Rs |

Solapur | Starting | 6.00 pm | — | 300 | — |

Pune | 7.40 pm | 7.45 pm | 230 | 150 | 120 |

MUmbai | 9.30 pm | 9.35 pm | 480 | 270 | 220 |

Bharuch | 5.40 am | 5.55 am | 1030 | 50 | 500 |

Vadodara | 9.00 am | 9.10 am | 1180 | 100 | 570 |

Ahmedbad | 12.00 noon | Terminates | 1280 | — | 620 |

1. The number of passengers boarding Train A at Vadodara is what percent of the number of passengers boarding Train B at Mumbai?

a) 37.03%

b) 47.03%

c) 27.03%

d) 47.30%

e) None of these

2. What is the difference between the speed of Train A and that of Train B?

(a) 2.73 kmph

(b) 1.97 kmph

(c) 3.6 kmph

(d) 2.62 kmph

(e) 3.9 kmph

3. What is the ratio of the total passengers of Train A to that of Train B?

(a) 102 : 79

(b) 104 : 87

(c) 103 : 87

(d) 110 : 79

(e) 113 : 87

4. The total income of Train A is what percent of the total income of Train B?

(a) 180%

(b) 159.51%

(c) 123.29%

(d) 125%

(e) 127.64%

5. If the average speed of Train A increases by 10% then when will it reach to its destination?

(a) 7:45 am

(b) 9:45 am

(c) 8:45 am

(d) 10:45 am

(e) 11:45 am

**Directions (6 – 10):** Number of Different Types of Batteries Sold by a Company over the Years (Numbers in Thousands)

Year | Types of Batteries | |||||

4AH | 7AH | 32AH | 35AH | 55AH | Total | |

1992 | 75 | 144 | 114 | 102 | 108 | 543 |

1993 | 90 | 126 | 102 | 84 | 126 | 528 |

1994 | 96 | 114 | 75 | 105 | 135 | 525 |

1995 | 105 | 90 | 150 | 90 | 75 | 510 |

1996 | 90 | 75 | 135 | 75 | 90 | 465 |

1997 | 105 | 60 | 165 | 45 | 120 | 495 |

1998 | 115 | 85 | 160 | 100 | 145 | 605 |

6. What was the approximate percentage increase in the sales of 55AH batteries in 1998 compared to that in 1992?

(a) 28%

(b) 31%

(c) 33%

(d)34%

(e)None of these

7. The total sales of all the seven years is the maximum for which battery?

(a) 4AH

(b) 7AH

(c) 32AH

(d) 35AH

(e) None of these

8. What is the difference in the number of 35AH batteries sold in 1993 and 1997?

(a) 24000

(b) 28000

(c) 35000

(d) 39000

(e) None of these

9. The percentage of 4AH batteries sold to the total number of batteries sold was maximum in the year?

(a) 1994

(b) 1995

(c) 1996

(d) 1997

(e) None of these

10. In case of which battery there was a continuous decrease in sales from 1992 to 1997?

(a) 4AH

(b) 7AH

(c) 32AH

(d) 35AH

(e) None of these