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SBT and SBI DATA ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION
Detections (1-5): Study the following Table carefully and answer the questions given below: 
Number of Students Passed and Failed in Five Classes of A School Over the Years


1. What is the average number of failed students from class VII for the given years? 
(1) 27.5 
(2) 28 
(3) 26.5 
(4) 26 
(5) 24.5 -Answer

2. What is the ratio between total number of passed students and total number of failed students for the year 2006? 
(1)3:1 
(2) 56:23 -Answer
(3)67:13 
(4) 68:35 
(5)339:137 

3. Which of the following classes has the maximum number of passed students, as compared to the total number of students of that class, over the years ?
(1) VI 
2) VII 
(3) VII 
(4) IX -Answer
(5)X 

4. What is the number of passed students, for all the classes together, in the year 2003 ? 
(1) 277 -Answer
(2) 298 
(3) 316 
(4) 354 
(5) 373 

5. What is the total percentage of passed students of class VI from all the years together ? 
(1) 52
(2) 87 
(3) 70 -Answer
(4) 78 
(5) 95 

Directions (6-10): Study the following Table carefully and answer the questions given below: 
Percentage of Marks Obtained by Different Students in Different Subjects


6. How many marks did E get in all the subjects together ? 
(1) 659 
(2) 600 
(3) 625 
(4) 708 
(5)617 

7. What are the average marks obtained by all the students together In English ? 
(1) 110.27 
(2) 113.76 
(3)121.52 
(4)119.25
(5) 123.74 

8. How many students have scored the highest marks in more than one subject? 
(Done 
(2) two 
(3) three 
(4) four 
(5) five 

9. Who has scored the highest marks in all the subjects together? 
(1)E 
(2)C 
(3) F 
(4) A 
(5)D 

10. Marks obtained by F in S.St are what per cent of marks obtained by E in the same subject ?
(1)74 
(2)85 
(3) 76 
(4) 83 
(5)80 

Directions (11-19): Study the following Graph carefully and answer the questions given below : 
Preferences of People in Playing Different Games Over the Years 


11. In the year 2006, the people preferring to play Tennis is what per cent of the people preferring to play Cricket, Football and Tennis to ether in that year ? g


12. From 2001 to 2006. the total number of people who preferred to play Football was what (in millions) ? 
(1)1525 
(2)1620 
(3)1730 
(4)1800 
(5) 1925 

13. The number of people preferring to play Tennis in 2006, is how many millions fewer than the number of people preferring to play Tennis in 2005 ? 
(1)115 
(2)120 
(3) 100
(4) 97 
(5) 95 

14. What is the respective ratio of the number of people preferring to play Cricket to Uie number of people, preferring to play Tennis in the year 2003 ? 
(1)14:15 
(2)15:13 
(3)15:17 
(4)13:15 
(5)17:14 

15. How many people (in millions) have preferred to play Cricket in all the years together ? 
(1)2050 
(2)2000 
(3) 1850 
(4) 1750 
(5) 1600 

Directions (16-20) : 
In each of these questions, a question is given followed by information in three statements. You have to find out the data in which statement(s) is sufficient to answer the question and mark your answer accordingly. 

16. What is the average age of the six members A, B, C, D. Eand F in the family ? 
I. Total age of D and E is 14 years. 
II. Average age of A, B, Cand F is 50 years. 
III. Average age of A, B. D and E is 40 years. 
(1) Only I and II 
(2) Only I and III 
(3) Only II and III 
(4) All I. II and III 
(5) None of these 

17. What is the area of the right angled triangle ? 
I. Base of the triangle is X cms. 
II. Height of the triangle is Y cms. 
III. Hypotenuse of the triangle is Z cms. 
(1) Only land II 
(2) Only II 
(3) Only II and III 
(4) Any two of three 
(5) None of these 

18. In how many days will B alone complete the work ? 
I. A and B together can complete the work in 8 days. 
II. B and C together can complete the work in 10 days. 
III. A and C together can complete the work in 12 days 
(1) Only I and II 
(2) Only II and HI 
(3) All I. II and III 
(4) Question cannot be answered even with the information in all the three statements 
(5) None of these 

19. What is the rate of interest p.c.p.a. ? 
1.. An amount doubles itself at simple interest in 10 years. 
II.Difference between the compound interest and simple interest on an amount of Rs. 15.000 in two years is Rs. 150. 
III.The compound interest accrued in 8 years is more than the amount (principal). (1) Only I 
(2) Only II 
(3) Only II and III . 
(4) Only I and III 
(5) Only either I or II 

20. What are the marks scored by Abhijit in English ? 
I. Marks scored by Abhijit in Maths are more than his marks in Science by 20. 
II. Total marks scored by Abhijit in Maths, Science and English are 198. 
HI. Marks scored by Abhijit in Science are more than his marks in English by 12. 
(1) Any two of the three 
(2) Only II and HI 
(3) All I. II and HI 
(4) Question cannot be answered even with the information in all the three statements 
(5) None of these 

21. If the Expenditure of Company B in 2000 was Rs. 200 crores, what was its Income ? 
(1) Rs. 240 crores 
(2) Rs. 220 crores 
(3) Rs. 160 crores 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these 

22. If the Income of Company A in 2002 was Rs. 600 crores, what was its Expenditure ? 
(1) Rs. 360 crores 
(2) Rs. 480 crores 
(3) Rs. 375 crores 
(4) Cannot be deterrrüned 
(5) None of these 

23. If the Income of Company B in 1998 was Rs. 200 crores, what was its profit in 1999 ? 
(1) Rs. 21.5 crores 
(2) Rs. 153 crores 
(3) Rs. 46.15 crores 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these 

24. If the Incomes of the two companies in 1998 were equal, what was the ratio of their Expenditure? 
(1) 1 : 2 
(2) 26 : 27 
(3) 100 : 67 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these 

25. What is the per cent increase in per cent profit for Company B from year 2000 to 2001? 
(1)75 
(2)175 
(3) 42.86 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these 
Directions (26 -30) : Study the information carefully to answer the following questions: 
A management institute offers MBA with specialization in Marketing, Finance and HR Among the total number of students in the institute 45% are girls. Number of boys studying Marketing is 30% of the total number of boys in the institution which is 297.40% of the girls are studying HR. Number of boys and girls studying Marketing are in the ratio of 3 : 2. 50% of boys are studying Finance.. 
26. How many girls are studying Finance ? 
(1) 288 " 
(2) 198 
(3) 324 
(4) 495 
(5) None of these 

27. Number of girls studying Marketing is what per cent of the number of boys studying Finance? 
(1) 20 
(2) 35 
(3) 50 
(4) 65 
(5) None of these 

28. Number of boys studying Finance is what percent of the total number of students in the institution? 
(1) 33.33
(2) 27.5 
(3) 47.8
(4) 13.98 
(5) None of these 

29. What is the respective ratio between number of boys and girls studying HR ? 
(1) 5 : 9 
(2) 15 : 34 
(3) 99 : 161
(4) 11 : 18 
(5) None of these 

30. What is the total number of students in the institute ? 
(1) 1000 
(2) 1500 
(3) 1800 
(4)900 
(5) None of these

31. If the income of Company 'A in 1998 was Rs. 1,42,500, what was its expenditure in that year? 
(1) Rs. 1,05.000 
(2) Rs. 95.500 (3) Rs. 99.500 
(4) Rs. 1.05.555 
(5) None of these 

32. Expenditure of C y 'B' in ompanof its exp1999 was 90% enditure in 1998. Income of Company 'B' in 1999 was what per cent of its income in 1998? 

33. If the expenditure of Company 'A in 1997 was Rs. 70 lakhs and income of Company A in 1997 was equal to its expenditure in 1998. What was the total income (in lakh Rs.) of the Company A in 1997 & 1998 together ? 
(1) 175 
(2) 131.25 
(3) 218.75 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these 

34. Expenditure of Company 'B' in years 1996 and 1997 were in the ratio of 5 : 7 respectively. What was the respective ratio of their incomes ? 
(1) 10 : 13 
(2) 8 : 13 
(3)13 : 14 
(4) 11 : 14 
(5) None of these 

35. Total expenditure of Companies A & B together in 2001 was Rs. 13.5 lakhs. What was the total income of the two companies (in lakh Rs.) in that year ? 
(1) 19.575 
(2) 20.25 
(3) 19.75 
(4) Cannot be determined 
(5) None of these
Directions (36-40): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below 

Percentage ofmarks obtained by six students in six different subjects 
36.What is the difference between the total marks obtained by A in Psychology and Statistics together and the total marks obtained by F in these two subjects together? 
(1) 12.5 
(2) 6 
(3)10.5 
(4)11.6 
(5) None of these 

37.What is the average percentage of marks obtained by six students in Sociology ? 

38. What are the average marks obtained by the six students in Philosophy out of 75 ? 
(1) 58.75 
(2) 50.875 
(3) 67.83 
(4) 65.73 
(5) None of these 

39. What are the total marks obtained by W in Psychology, Economics and Geology together? 
(1) 219.2 
(2) 229 
(3) 209.8 
(4)229.6 
(5) None of these 

40. Approxlmately what is the Overall percentage of marks obtained by 'C* in all the subjects together? 
(1) 60
(2) 56 
(3) 72 
(4) 76 
(5)66 

Directions (41-45): Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions given below 

Production (in lakh tonnes) of six units of a Company in 2001 and 2002 


41. What is the average production of all the units (in lakh tonnes) for the year 2002 ? 
(1)89 
(2)92 
(3) 87 
(4) 95 
(5) None of these 

142. Average production of three units A, B & C in 2001 is what per cent of the average production of units D, E & F in 2002 ? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) 
(1) 109.43 
(2) 90.37 
(3)91.38 
(4) 106.43 
(5) None of these 

43. What is the ratio between total production for two years together for units B and C respectively? 
(1) 17 : 13 
(2) 13 : 17 
(3) 11 : 13 
(4) 19 : 13 
(5) None of these 

44. Total production for two years together by unit F is what per cent of the total production for the two years together by unit D ? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) 
(1) 79.49 
(2) 78.49 
(3) 78.47 
(4) 79.29 
(5) None of these 

45. What is the total production of units C. D & E together for both the years? (in lakh tons) 
(1)495 
(2)595 
(3)545 
(4)515 
(5) None of these 

Directions (46-50): Read the pie Charts carefully and answer the questions given below it: 
The Budget of a State 

46. In the income section, how many degrees (approx.) should be there in the central angle of the sector representing 
income tax? 
(1) 105° 
(2) 120° 
(3) 135° 
(4) 150° 
(5) 140° 

47. If an amount of 10 lakh rupees is obtained as excise and custom only, what is the total income of the State? 
(1)150 lakh 
(2) 200 lakh 
(3) 250 lakh 
(4) 400 lakh 
(5) None of these 

48. If total expenditure of the State is Rs. 20 crores in a year, how many crores are spent on 'international? 
(1)0.2 
(2)0.4 
(3) 0.6 
(4) 0.8 
(5) None of these 

49. What is the ratio of income from sales tax to that from miscellaneous? 
(1) 1 : 1 
(2) 5 : 4 
(3) 4 : 5 
(4) 1 : 2 
(5) None of these 

50. What is the ratio of the combined expenditure for defence and agriculture to all other expenditures? 
(1) 9 : 16 
(2) 16 : 9 
(3) 20 : 11 
4) 11 : 20 
(5) None of these

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