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**Mentor for Bank Exams.**Here I am posting some sample questions on Quantitative Aptitude Data Interpretation for SBI PO and other upcoming bank exams like IBPS PO, IBPS RRB etc., Kindly make use of these!!!

**Directions (1 – 5): Read the following Pie-chart and answer the questions below:**

**1. If the income from miscellaneous is 250% more than the expenditure on interest then the total expenditure is less or more than the total income?**

a) 56% more

b) 44% less

c) 36% less

d) 11% less

e) 10% less

**2. The central angle for sales tax is _______**

a) 126 degrees

b) 110 degrees

c) 140.15 degrees

d) 120.06 degrees

e) 50.4 degrees

**3. If an amount of 21 lakhs is obtained as excise duty. What is the total income of the state?**

a) 50 lakhs

b) 40 lakhs

c) 60 lakhs

d) 80 lakhs

e) 98 lakhs

**4. If the expenditure on plan and non-plan is 6.25 crores. Then the expenditure on agriculture (in crores)?**

a) 100

b) 10

c) 1

d) 16

e) 4

**5. What is the ratio of the combined expenditure for defence and agriculture to all other expenditure?**

a) 20:11

b) 9:16

c) 21:10

d) 16:9

e) 21:16

**Directions (6 – 10): Study the following information carefully and answer the questions below:**

**6. Which of the following pairs of states the ratio of investment in energy sector is 7:8?**

a) UP, Kerala

b) UP, Maharashtra

c) Delhi, UP

d) MP and AP

e) Maharashtra and Kerala

**7. What in the ratio between the investment in AP in IT and other in UP?**

a) 35:74

b) 72:35

c) 35:72

d) 74:35

e) 37:42

**8. FDI in Maharashtra in service sector is what % of that in AP in IT sector?**

a) 40%

b) 45%

c) 55%

d) 80%

e) 60%

**9. The FDI in Education sector in Delhi is what % less than that in Kerala in others?**

a) 65%

b) 80%

c) 95%

d) 90%

e) 77%

**10. Total investment in Infra sector by these states is –**

a) 780.08 cr

b) 780 cr

c) 778 cr

d) 780.80 cr

e) 791 cr

**Answers:**

**1)c 2)e 3)c 4)c 5)d 6)a 7)b 8)a 9)e 10)d**

**Solutions:**

**1.**C)

**2.**E) Since 100% = 360

14% = 360/100 x
14 = 50.4

^{0}**3.**C) 35% = 2100000

100% =
2100000/35 x 100 = 6000000

**4.**C) 25% = 6.25 crore

4% = 6.25/25 x
4 = 1 crore

**5.**D) Required ratio = (60 + 4)/(100 – 64) = 64/36 = 16/9

**6.**A) UP : Kerala = 490:560 = 7:8

**7.**B) The required ratio = (28% of 684)/(19% of 490) = 72:35

**8.**A)

**9.**E)

**10**. D) Total investment = 20% of 3904 = Rs.780.80 cr