Missing Data Interpretation Questions
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Missing Data Interpretation Questions
D.1-5) Study the following information carefully and answer the question given below.
Table shows income, increment percentage expenses and saving details of three employees for three years.
Person | year | Income
(Rs) |
Increment percentage
for next year |
Expenses
(Rs) |
Savings
(Rs) |
A | 2000 | 20000 | 15% | 18000 | _ |
2001 | _ | _ | _ | 3400 | |
2002 | 24150 | 8% | _ | _ | |
B | 2000 | _ | 10% | _ | 6000 |
2001 | _ | 12% | _ | _ | |
2002 | 22176 | _ | 15500 | _ | |
C | 2000 | 24000 | _ | 22000 | _ |
2001 | 28800 | _ | _ | _ | |
2002 | _ | _ | _ | 7900 |
Q.1) If the ratio between expenses and savings of A in 2002 is 4:1and the ratio between expenses and savings of C in 2001 also 4:1, then what is the ratio between the total saving of person A and person C?
(a) 341:523
(b) 331: 532
(c) 341:522
(d) 314:521
(e) None of these
Q.2) Income of the person B in the year 2000 is what percentage of total expenses of person B, if savings of person B in 2001 is 800 more than previous year?
(a) 33.33%
(b) 66.67%
(c) 55.55%
(d) 44.44%
(e) 22.22%
Q.3) If the difference between Expenses and savings of C in 2002 is 17100, then what is the percentage increment from 2000 to 2002
(a) 35%
(b) 37%
(c) 32%
(d) 40%
(e) 30%
Q.4) Income of A in 2001 is approximately what percentage more/less than the average income of A?
(a) 12%
(b) 15%
(c) 10%
(d) 7%
(e) 3%
Q.5) If the income of A in 2000 is doubled and the percentage increment of A in the year 2001 is also doubled then what is the income of A in 2002?
(a) 45000
(b) 50600
(c) 52060
(d) 50500
(e) None of these
D.6-10)Observe the contents of the table and answer the questions accordingly.
The following table will show the details about the investments and profits acquired in the various brands of cookies by three products.
PRODUCTS |
INVESTMENT
VALUE X=2000 |
PROFIT IN RS. |
||||
A | B | C | A | B | C | |
BRITANNIA | 35X | 23X | 4600 | 2800 | ||
KEEBLER | 5X | 8X | 2424 | |||
MARYLAND | 600 | 1800 | 3300 | |||
ARCHWAY | 4X | 5X | 750 | 900 | ||
SNACK WELL’S |
Q.6) If C has invested in Keebler 33.33% more than what invested by B in same product, then what is the profit earned by A in the same brand (In Rs)?
(a) 2020
(b) 1818
(c) 1616
(d) cannot be determined
(e) none of these
Q.7) What is the overall investment made in the brand Britannia (in Rs)?
(a) 116000
(b) 128000
(c) 152000
(d) 144000
(e) none of these
Q.8) If the profit obtained by B, by investing the money in Maryland is 45% of the money invested by A in the same brand then what is the average of the investment made by all the three persons in the same brand (In Rs)?
(a) 14222
(b) 13655
(c) 12667
(d) 11888
(e) none of these
Q.9) The overall profit made by all the investors from Archway is approximately what percent of the profit obtained by all investors from Britannia?
(a) 13.2%
(b) 15.6%
(c) 17.7%
(d) 11.8%
(e) none of these
Q.10) What is the sum of the profit obtained by all the investors from Snack Well’s if the investment made by them is four times the profit made in Keebler in (In Rs)?
(a) 8322
(b) 9612
(c) 7342
(d) cannot be determined
(e) none of these