Data Interpretation for SBI PO and NIACL Mains

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Data Interpretation for SBI PO and NIACL Mains
Directions (1 – 5): Study the given information and answer the questions.
There are 12,000 candidates eligible for clerk post in State bank of India in which 400 candidates have prior experience of working in Public Sector Banks in rural areas only. 25% of the total number of candidates have prior experience of working in Public Sector Banks in Urban areas only. 12% of the total number of candidates have prior experience of working in Private Sector Banks in urban areas only. 2% of the total number of candidates have prior experience of working in Private Sector Banks in rural areas only. 2870 candidates have worked in both Public and Private Sector Banks in urban areas only. 650 candidates have worked in both Public and Private Sector Banks in rural areas only. The remaining candidates are fresher.
1. Find the number of fresher candidates.
A) 2400
B) 2600
C) 3400
D) 3800
E) 4600
2. The total number of candidate who have prior experience of working in only Private Sector Banks is what percent of the total number of candidate who have prior experience of working in only Public Sector Banks ?
A) 35.48
B) 43.65
C) 52.56
D) 47.34
E) 49.41
3. Find the diference between total  number of candidate who have experinced in urban areas and that of rural areas .
A) 4020
B) 5020
C) 6020
D) 5060
E) 7020
4. If the ratio between male and female candidate who have prior experience of working in only Private Sector Banks in rural areas is 3 : 5 and that of who have prior experience of working in only Public Sector Banks in urban areas is 7 : 5 then find the ratio between number of female candidate who have prior experience of working in only Private Sector Banks in rural areas and that of male candidate who have prior experience of working in only Public Sector Banks in urban areas .
A) 5 : 33
B) 33 : 5
C) 3 : 35
D) 35 : 3
E) None of these
5. The number of freshers candidates is what percent of the total number of experinced candidates ?
A) 35%
B) 40%
C) 42%
D) 45%
E) 37%
Directions (6 – 10): Study the pie chart followed by a table and answer the given question.
In this pie -chart the percent distribution of income of a family in different category is given.
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The table shows the ratio between distribution of income of family A and family B in different category.
Name of the Category
Ratio between family A and Family B
Education
2 : 3
House Rent
5 : 3
Travelling
4 : 5
Investment
3 : 4
Domestic Articles
3 : 7
Others
7 : 5
Savings
5 : 6
6. Find the difference between savings of family A and B.
A) 890
B) 990
C) 1090
D) 1280
E) 2080
7. Find the ratio between expenditure of family B on Travelling and that of Investment.
A) 20 : 11
B) 11 : 20
C) 3 : 13
D) 13 : 3
E) None of these
8. Find the average expenditure of family B on Travelling , Education and House rent.
A) 7666.66                
B) 7667.33                
C) 6666.33                
D) 4567.67               
E) 7666.33    
9. The total expenditure of family A on Domestic articles and others is what percent of the total expenditure of  family B on that category ?
A) 45.54%                 
B) 56.56%                 
C) 56.65%                 
D) 58.98%                 
E) none of these     
10. If in next month the ratio between distribution of income of family A under different category and family B in different category and percent distribution of income of a family A in different category remain unchanged then find by  what percent (approx.) income of family A is increased when saving of B in next month will be  Rs.7266?
A) 9%             
B) 11%                       
C) 15%                       
D) 18%                      
E) can't be determined      
Solutions:
(1 – 5):
Type of bank / Name of Area
Urban
Rural
Total
Only Public Sector
3000
400
3400
Only Private sector
1440
240
1680
Both
2870
650
3520
Total
7310
1290
8600
1. C) Number of fresher candidate =12000-8600=3400
2. E) Required % = 1680/3400 x 100 = 49.41
3. C) Required difference=7310-1290=6020
4. C) Required Ratio = (240/8) x 5 : (3000/12) x 7 = 150 : 250 x 7 = 3 : 5 x 7 = 3 : 35
5. B) Required % = 3400/8600 x 100 = 39.53% ≈ 40%
6. C) Required Difference = 54500 x 10/100 x 1/5 = 1090
7. B) Required Ratio = 54500 x 8.8/100 x 5/4 : 54500 x 15/100 x 4/3 = 11 : 20
8. E) Required Average = {4500 x [(15.8/100 x 3/2) + (12.5/100 x 3/5) + (8.8/100 x 5/4)]}/3 = 7666.33
9. C) Required % = [54500 x (37.9/100)] / [54500 x {(24.6/100 x 7/3) + (13.3/100 x 5/7)} x 100 = 56.65%
10. B) Savings of family A in next month = 7266/6 x 5 = Rs.6055
Total income of family in next month, 10% = 6055; 100% = 60550
Percentage increase in income of family A =(60550 – 54500)/54500 x 100 ≈ 11%