Crack IBPS PO : Data Interpretation : Aptitude day 72
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Crack IBPS PO : Data Interpretation : Aptitude day 72
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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
1 pointsDrections.15): Study the following piediagrams carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different faculties in the years 2015 and 2016 from state X
Year2015
Total Students80000
Year2016
Total Students100000
In which faculty there was decrease in the number of students from 2015 to 2016?
Correct
The No. of. Students decreased from 5600 to 5000 in Agriculture
Ans=b) Agriculture
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The No. of. Students decreased from 5600 to 5000 in Agriculture
Ans=b) Agriculture

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
1 pointsDrections.15): Study the following piediagrams carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different faculties in the years 2015 and 2016 from state X
Year2015
Total Students80000
Year2016
Total Students100000
What is the ratio between the number of students studying Science in the years 2015 and 2016 respectively?
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No.of. students studying Science in 2015=20000
No.of.students studying Science in 2016=22000
Required ratio,
=20000 :22000=20 :22=10 :11
Ans=d) 10 :11
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No.of. students studying Science in 2015=20000
No.of.students studying Science in 2016=22000
Required ratio,
=20000 :22000=20 :22=10 :11
Ans=d) 10 :11

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
1 pointsDrections.15): Study the following piediagrams carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different faculties in the years 2015 and 2016 from state X
Year2015
Total Students80000
Year2016
Total Students100000
What was the approximate percentage increase in the number of students of Medicine from the year 2015 to 2016?
Correct
Difference=100008000
Required Percentage % increase= (100008000)/8000×100 = 25%
Ans=a) 25%
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Difference=100008000
Required Percentage % increase= (100008000)/8000×100 = 25%
Ans=a) 25%

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
1 pointsDrections.15): Study the following piediagrams carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different faculties in the years 2015 and 2016 from state X
Year2015
Total Students80000
Year2016
Total Students100000
In the year 2015, the number of students studying Arts and Commerce together is what percent of the number of students studying these subjects together in 2016?
Correct
Total No. of. students in Arts and commerce in 2015=9600+17600= 27200
Total No. of. students in Arts and commerce in 2016=10000+24000=34000
Required answer,
=27200/34000×100= 80%
Ans=d) 80%
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Total No. of. students in Arts and commerce in 2015=9600+17600= 27200
Total No. of. students in Arts and commerce in 2016=10000+24000=34000
Required answer,
=27200/34000×100= 80%
Ans=d) 80%

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
1 pointsDrections.15): Study the following piediagrams carefully and answer the questions given below:
Number of students studying in different faculties in the years 2015 and 2016 from state X
Year2015
Total Students80000
Year2016
Total Students100000
In which of the following faculties the per cent increase in the number of students was Minimum from 2015 to 2016?
Correct
Percentage increase in the faculty of:
Arts=(100009600)/9600×100=4.16%
Commerce=(2400017600)/17600×100= 36.36%
Science=(2200020000)/20000×100= 10%
Engineering=(2000014400)/14400×100=38.88%
Pharmacy=(90004800)/4800×100=87.5%
Medicine=(100008000)/8000×100=25%
Hence, the percentage increase in Arts was Minimum.
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Percentage increase in the faculty of:
Arts=(100009600)/9600×100=4.16%
Commerce=(2400017600)/17600×100= 36.36%
Science=(2200020000)/20000×100= 10%
Engineering=(2000014400)/14400×100=38.88%
Pharmacy=(90004800)/4800×100=87.5%
Medicine=(100008000)/8000×100=25%
Hence, the percentage increase in Arts was Minimum.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
1 pointsDirections.610) Stocks in different Godowns(in units)
Demand in different Outlets(in units)
Transport cost per unit for the stock transfer from Godown to outlet.
Outlets/Godowns A B C D E M 5 7 6 5 12 N 12 9 7 4 6 O 9 8 7 6 5 Which of the following godowns stocks are enough to fulfil the requirement of outlet O without any remaining stock?
Correct
Outlet O’s demand = 380units
Godowns B and D is = 220 + 160 = 380
Incorrect
Outlet O’s demand = 380units
Godowns B and D is = 220 + 160 = 380

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
1 pointsDirections.610) Stocks in different Godowns(in units)
Demand in different Outlets(in units)
Transport cost per unit for the stock transfer from Godown to outlet.
Outlets/Godowns A B C D E M 5 7 6 5 12 N 12 9 7 4 6 O 9 8 7 6 5 What is the minimum transport cost to fulfil the requirement of outlet O?
Correct
Minimum cost to O,
E to O is the minimum cost Rs. 5 = 240 5 = 1200
D to O is the second minimum cost Rs.6 = 140 6 = 840
Total = 1200 + 840 = 2040.
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Minimum cost to O,
E to O is the minimum cost Rs. 5 = 240 5 = 1200
D to O is the second minimum cost Rs.6 = 140 6 = 840
Total = 1200 + 840 = 2040.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
1 pointsDirections.610) Stocks in different Godowns(in units)
Demand in different Outlets(in units)
Transport cost per unit for the stock transfer from Godown to outlet.
Outlets/Godowns A B C D E M 5 7 6 5 12 N 12 9 7 4 6 O 9 8 7 6 5 What is the minimum transport cost to clear all the materials in all the godowns?
Correct
 i) Lowest transport cost D to N = 4
Availability of D = 160 4 = 640
 ii) Second lowest transport cost is Rs.5.
A to M is = 150 5 = 750
E to O is = 240 5 = 1200
iii) Third lowest transport cost is Rs.6
C to M = 150 6 = 900
 iv) Fourth lowest transport cost is Rs.7
Remaining in C to N = 30 7 = 210
 v) Fifth lowest transport cost is Rs.8
B to O = 140 8 = 1120
 vi) sixth lowest transport cost is Rs.9
Remaining B to N = 80 = 720
Total minimum cost = 640 + 750 + 1200 + 900 + 210 + 1120 + 720 = 5540.
Incorrect
 i) Lowest transport cost D to N = 4
Availability of D = 160 4 = 640
 ii) Second lowest transport cost is Rs.5.
A to M is = 150 5 = 750
E to O is = 240 5 = 1200
iii) Third lowest transport cost is Rs.6
C to M = 150 6 = 900
 iv) Fourth lowest transport cost is Rs.7
Remaining in C to N = 30 7 = 210
 v) Fifth lowest transport cost is Rs.8
B to O = 140 8 = 1120
 vi) sixth lowest transport cost is Rs.9
Remaining B to N = 80 = 720
Total minimum cost = 640 + 750 + 1200 + 900 + 210 + 1120 + 720 = 5540.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
1 pointsDirections.610) Stocks in different Godowns(in units)
Demand in different Outlets(in units)
Transport cost per unit for the stock transfer from Godown to outlet.
Outlets/Godowns A B C D E M 5 7 6 5 12 N 12 9 7 4 6 O 9 8 7 6 5 What is the difference between the minimum cost “M” getting from A and B and “O” from D and E?
Correct
Total stock in all godowns = 950
Outlet M and N demand = 770
Remaining work =180/380 × 100 = 47.36%
Incorrect
Total stock in all godowns = 950
Outlet M and N demand = 770
Remaining work =180/380 × 100 = 47.36%

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
1 pointsDirections.610) Stocks in different Godowns(in units)
Demand in different Outlets(in units)
Transport cost per unit for the stock transfer from Godown to outlet.
Outlets/Godowns A B C D E M 5 7 6 5 12 N 12 9 7 4 6 O 9 8 7 6 5 Which of the following godowns stocks are enough to fulfil the requirement of outlet O without any remaining stock?
Correct
According to question,
Minimum M=300
A=150×5=750
B=150×7=1050
=750+1050=1800
Minimum O=380
D=140×6=840
E=240×5=1200
=840+1200=2040
Require answer,
=20401800=240
Incorrect
According to question,
Minimum M=300
A=150×5=750
B=150×7=1050
=750+1050=1800
Minimum O=380
D=140×6=840
E=240×5=1200
=840+1200=2040
Require answer,
=20401800=240
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