Data Interpretation Question Answer for bank exams 12-7-2016

Information Interpretation Set1: Pie Chart

The accompanying pie outline expense of building one house. The aggregate expense was Rs. 6 lakhs. (source FCI/SSC Nov. 2012 Paper)

1. The sum spent on concrete is

Rs.2,00,000

Rs.1,60,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.1,00,000

2. The sum spent on work surpasses the sum spent on steel by

5% of the aggregate expense

10% of the aggregate expense

12% of the aggregate expense

15% of the aggregate expense

3. The sum spent on concrete, steel and supervision is the thing that percent of the aggregate expense of development?

40%

45%

half

55%

4. The sum spent on work surpasses the sum spent on supervision by

Rs.2,00,000

Rs.16,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.60,000

5. The sum spent on Timber is

Rs.60,000

Rs.90,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.36,000

DI Set2: Pie-Chart

The aggregate yearly CO2 emanations from different areas are 5 mmt. In the Pie Chart given beneath, the rate commitment to CO2 outflows from

different divisions is shown.

1. Which of the accompanying divisions together transmit 2.5 mmt of CO2 consistently?

Warm and Transport

Residential and Commercial

Transport and Commericial

2. Which of the accompanying divisions have outflow distinction of 1 mmt between them.

Residential and Commercial

Transport and Commercial

Warm and Domestic

Warm and Transport.

3. Emanation of Domestic area is what amount % of Transport and Commercial division joined?

20%

15%

30%

35%

4. In the following year, if discharge from Commercial division diminishes by 20% of its present emanation, while different parts keep on emitting same

measure of CO2 as prior then What will be the new % commitment of Thermal force division (roughly)?

31.9%

39.8%

42.7%

36.5%

5. Which of the accompanying is inaccurately coordinated?

a) Domestic=54 degrees.

b) Thermal=125 degrees.

d) transport=108 degrees.

DI Set 3: Bar chart on Profit-misfortune

Watch this chart and answer questions (source FCI/SSC Nov. 2012 Paper)

1. The measure of most extreme benefit as seen from the graph is

2 thousand rupees

1.5 thousand rupees

1 thousand rupees

4.5 thousand rupees

2. The measure of aggregate misfortune caused amid 2005-2010 is

3 thousand rupees

2.5 thousand rupees

1.5 thousand rupees

2 thousand rupees

3. The proportion of the greatest benefit earned to the base misfortune endured is

4 : 3

3 : 4

9 : 2

2 : 9

4. On the off chance that the misfortune is x% of the benefit for the years under concentrate, then x is

15

25

20

19

Arrangement DI Set1: Pie Chart with Explainations/Shortcuts

You may be enticed to change degrees into rates and discover supreme Rupee estimation of every thing (timber, work and so on). In any case, in the exam,

try not to waste time by computing everything. Just figure the stuff that is inquired. Information Interpretation

1. The sum spent on bond is

Rs.2,00,000

Rs.1,60,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.1,00,000

Aggregate is Rs. 6,00,000 (=360 degrees of the circle)

Bond is 72 Degrees.

Apply the proportion rule

 Degrees Value 72 (Cement) M? 360(total) 6 lakhs

Partition left segment on one side and right segment on the other side.

72/360= M/6 lakhs

M=(72*6)/360=1.2 lakhs.

2. The sum spent on work surpasses the sum spent on steel by

5% of the aggregate expense

10% of the aggregate expense

12% of the aggregate expense

15% of the aggregate expense

There is no compelling reason to discover supreme qualities. Simply watch the degrees.

 Item Degrees Labour 90 Steel (Base %) 54 Difference 36

So the contrast amongst Labor and Steel is 36 degrees.

Also, add up to cost is (6lakh=) 360 degrees.

So the percentage= 36/360 x 100 =10% of the aggregate expense.

3. The sum spent on concrete, steel and supervision is the thing that percent of the aggregate expense of development?

40%

45%

half

55%

Again no compelling reason to discover supreme qualities. Simply watch the degrees.

 degrees Cement 72 Steel 54 Supervision 54 Total 180

He is soliciting, “what percent from the aggregate expense of development?”

So add up to cost (360 degrees) is the “base”

%=(180/360) x 100

=50%

4. The sum spent on work surpasses the sum spent on supervision by

Rs.2,00,000

Rs.16,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.60,000

Again no compelling reason to discover supreme qualities for both things. Simply watch the degrees.

Contrast amongst work and supervision

=90-54

=36 degrees Shortcut: 36 degrees =10% of a circle. (since aggregate is 360 degrees)

So the sum spend = 10% of aggregate (6,00,000)= one decimal leftwards=60,000.

On the off chance that alternate way is not clicking your brain, no issue. Pass by proportion standard

 Degrees Value 36 (difference between labor and supervision) M? 360 (total) 6 lakhs

Partition left section on one side and right segment on the other side.

36/360= M/6 lakhs

M=(36*600000)/360

M=60,000

5. The sum spent on Timber is

Rs.60,000

Rs.90,000

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.36,000

Watch that degree/rate of Timber is not given the graph.

Along these lines, first assignment is to discover degrees of timber.

Around Total=360 degrees.

So Timber’s degree

=360 MINUS the degrees of remaining things

=360-(54+54+54+72+90)

=36 degrees.

Presently utilise the idea given in past inquiry,

36 degrees= 10% of aggregate cost=60,000 rupees.

Solution: Set 2: CO2 Emission Pie Chart

1. Which of the accompanying areas together transmit 2.5 mmt of CO2 consistently?

Warm and Transport

Local and Commercial

Transport and Commercial

All out outflow is 5. What’s more, 2.5mmt is (half) of 5 (aggregate emanation)

From

the given circle, transport + business, speak to half circle (half)

Additionally Thermal+Domestic is likewise half. However, it is not given in

choices. So answer is (C): Transport + Commercial.

2. Which of the accompanying divisions have discharge contrast of 1 mmt between them.

Residential and Commercial

Transport and Commercial

Warm and Domestic

Warm and Transport.

Aggregate is 5mmt (100%) So 1mmt=1 x 100/5=20%.

Discover which two parts have % contrast of 20%?

Warm short Domestic=35-15=20%. So (C) is the answer.

3. Emanation of Domestic part is what amount % of Transport and Commercial area consolidated?

20%

15%

30%

35%

Watch the outline

Required %

=(15/50) x 100

4. In the following year, if emanation from Commercial division diminishes by 20% while different segments keep on emitting same measure of CO2 as prior then what will be the new % commitment of Thermal force segment?

At this moment Commercial division discharges 20% of 5mmt=1/5 x 5=1mm

One year from now 20% decrease=20% of 1mm=0.2mm will be less radiated.

Be that as it may, different divisions continues as before.

So add up to emanation next year=5 short 0.2=4.8mm.

What’s more, Share of warm power

=(35% of 5)/4.8

=0.35*5/4.8

=36.5%

5. Which of the accompanying is inaccurately coordinated?

a) Domestic=54 degrees.

b) Thermal=125 degrees.

d) transport=108 degrees.

100%=360 degrees So 1%=3.6 degree.

Increase each part’s % with 3.6 and you’ll get relating degree.

Ans (B) on the grounds that right level of Thermal ought to be 35 x 3.6=126 degrees.

Arrangement :Set 3 Bar Chart (With clarification)

Be cautious about the ‘unit’, Thousand/lakhs.

1. The measure of most extreme benefit as seen from the outline is

2 thousand rupees

1.5 thousand rupees

1 thousand rupees

4.5 thousand rupees

The bar of 2008 is longest among all. So 4.5 Ans (D)

2. The measure of aggregate misfortune brought about amid 2005-2010 is

3 thousand rupees

2.5 thousand rupees

1.5 thousand rupees

2 thousand rupees

Misfortune happens amid 2006 and 2009.

 Year Loss 2006 1.5 2009 1.0 Total 2.5 answer (B)

3. The proportion of the most extreme benefit earned to the base misfortune endured is

4 : 3

3 : 4

9 : 2

2 : 9

 Max profit (2008) 4.5 Min Loss (2009) 1

3. The proportion of the most extreme benefit earned to the base misfortune endured is

4 : 3

3 : 4

9 : 2

2 : 9

 Profit Loss 2005 2.5 0 06 0 1.5 07 3.5 0 08 4.5 0 09 0 1 10 2 0 Total 12.5 2.5

Benefit: Loss

=2.5/12.5

=1/5=20%