# Data Interpretation for SBI PO 2017

Data Interpretation for SBI PO 2017
Directions (1 – 5): Study the graph and answer the given question.
1. If India won 60% of one –day matches, loses 30% of one day matches and remaining matches were draw and gain 5 point for each winning , loses 2 points for each defeat and get 2 point for every draw match then find the total points obtained by India for one-day matches  at the end of the year.
a) 140
b) 141
c) 142
d) 143
e) 144
2. If Steven smith of Australia played 2/3 of T-20 matches and made 3164 runs then find his average runs per match.
a) 102
b) 103
c) 104
d) 105
e) 113
3. If all the given team play each country played at least one T-20 match with other country .What is the maximum number of matches can any team play with remaining every team?
a) 12
b) 52
c) 15
d) 9
e) 10
4. If New Zealand played all the T-20 matches against INDIA and India played half of remaining matches played against Pakistan then find the remaining matches played by India against other countries.
a) 11
b) 12
c) 13
d) 14
e) 20
5. If total no. of 6’s by SRILANKA is 204 and 4’s is 289 and 3’s is 389 and 2’s  is 1078 and single is - 2017 in test matches and Sri Lanka did not batted second inning in 5 matches then find the average run per innings of Sri Lanka in test match.
a) 308.8
b) 324.12
c) 315.35
d) 214.3
e) 315.80
Directions (6 – 10): Refer to the following pie charts and solve the questions based on it.
6. Both the families decide to double the total expenditure keeping the pattern of spending the same as given above. What will be the new ratio of expenditure on food between family A and family B?
a) 27 : 31
b) 31 : 27
c) 21 : 19
d) 19 : 21
e) Can’t be determined
7. If the ratio between total expenditure of family A and total expenditure of family B is 23 : 29 then the expenditure of family A on education is approx.what % of the total expenditure of family B on travelling ?
a) 51
b) 55
c) 57
d) 60
8. If the family A spend Rs. 4140 on travelling then find the expenditre of family B on Rent if the total expenditure of family A is 28% less than the total expenditure of family B.
a) 2000
b) 2100
c) 2200
d) 2300
e) 2500
9. If the expenditure of family A on cloths is 25% of expenditure of family B on meal then find the ratio between total expenditure of family B and total expenditure of family A.
a)  64 : 23
b) 23 : 64
c) 4 : 1
d) 1 : 4
e) 13 : 19
10. If the difference between expenditure on others of family A and family B is Rs. 1250 then find the total expenditure of family A and family B if the ratio between total expenditure of family A and family B is 13:5.
a) 52250
b) 54450
c) 56500
d) 56250
e) 54250