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Thursday, 3 November 2016

Data Interpretation Practice question for IBPS PO

Find Here Data Interpretation Practice question for IBPS PO practice Purpose

Directions (Q. 1-14): The following line chart shows the ratio of export to import of five companies A, B, C, D and E in years 2000 to 2004

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The following Radar graph shows the projected % increase in export in year 2005 with respect to 2004. (It is assumed that the import in year 2005 is equal to the import in year 2004.)

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1. In which year was export of company E the maximum?
1) 2000 2) 2002 3) 2003 4) Can’t say

2. The difference between export and import of company D is the maximum in the year
1) 2000 2) 2001 3) 2002 4) Can’t say

3. In year 2003 the difference between export and import is minimum of company
1) A 2) D 3) C 4) Can’t say

4. The export of company A in year 2001 is what percentage more/less than that in year 2000?
1) 24% less 2) 17% more 3) 11% less 4) Can’t be determined

5. The export of company C is twice that of company D in year 2001. The import of company D in year 2001 is 70 million more than the export. The import of company C in year 2001 is
1) 280 million 2) 220 million 3) 240 million 4) 180 million

6. The trade deficit of company B in year 2003 is 75% more than the trade deficit of company A. The ratio of import of company B to that of company A in year 2003 is
1) 13 : 5 2) 4 : 9 3) 6 : 3 4) 7 : 2

7. If the ratio of export of company E in 2003 to that in 2004 is 4 : 5, the combined ratio of export to import of company E in year 2003 and 2004 together is
1) 30 : 19 2) 17 : 9 3) 34 : 13 4) 29 : 16

8. The total transactions (export + import) of companies A, B and C in year 2004 are in the ratio 3 : 4 : 2. The export and import of companies A, B and C in year 2004 together are in the ratio of
1) 334 : 213 2) 226 : 179 3) 174 : 97 4) None of these

9. The ratio of export to import of company C in year 2005 as per the projection is
1) 6 : 7 2) 6 : 5 3) 4 : 3 4) 4 : 5

10. Total transaction (ie export + import) of company E in year 2003 is 33(1/3)%  lower than the total transaction of company E in year 2004. Then the ratio of export to import of company E in the year 2003 and 2004 together is
1) 28 : 17 2) 17 : 28 3) 27 : 17 4) 3 : 2

11. If the projected growth in export of company C and company D together in year 2005 is 40% with respect to the previous year, the ratio of export to import of company C and D together in year 2004 is
1) 9 : 15 2) 7 : 10 3) 9 : 11 4) 5 : 6

12. As per the projection, how many companies have the import more than the export in 2005?
1) 2 2) 1 3) 3 4) None

13. If the exports of companies C, D and E in year 2004 are in the ratio 1 : 3 : 2, the overall % increase in the export of company C, D and E as per the projected percentage increase in 2005 is
1) 48.3% 2) 54.6% 3) 57.8% 4) 64.8%

14. If the difference between export and import of company A is 60% more than that between export and import of company B in year 2004, the difference between export and import of company B is what % more/less than that of company A in year 2005?
1) 7.5% less 2) 11.6% more 3) 15% less 4) 17.4% more.

Answers :

Answers and explanations
1. 4; Only the ratio of export to import of each of the companies is given. Therefore it can’t be determined.
2. 4; Only the ratio of export to import of each of the company is given. Therefore we can’t find in  which year the difference between export and import of company D is maximum. It depends upon the constant involved in each of the ratios.
3. 2; This question is similar to the above problem but we have to find the minimum difference. The minimum difference between export and import will be when Export = Import, ie ratio = 1. Hence company D.
4. 4; Different constants are involved in the ratios of export and import of company A in year 2001 and 2000. Therefore we can’t determine.

5. 3;

6. 4;

7. 1;

8. 2;

9. 2;

10. 1;

11. 3;

12. 4; In year 2004, only company D has import less than export. From year 2004 to 2005 export of the company D increase by 50%. Therefore, no company has import more than export as per the projection.

13. 1; As per the projected percentage increase, the overall % increase

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14. 2

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