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Welcome to Mentor for Bank Exams Quantitative Aptitude Practice Quiz section. Here we have provided Important Practice Data Interpretation Questions for IBPS Exams 2017 with Solutions. Aspirants those who are preparing for the Bank Examination and other Competitive Examination can practice with these questions.
Practice Quantitative Aptitude Questions For IBPS RRB 2017 (Data Interpretation)
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following chart to answer the questions given below.

 1. In 2015, the population of villages A as well as B is increased by 10% from the year 2014. If the population of village A in 2014 was 5000 and the percentage of population below poverty line in 2015 remains same as in 2014, find approximately the population of village B below poverty line in 2015.
(a) 4000
(b) 45000
(c) 2500
(d) 3500
(e) None of these
2. If in 2016 the population of village D is increased by 10% and the population of village G is reduced by 5% from 2014 and the population of village G in 2014 was 9000, what is the total population of villages D and G in 2016?
(a) 19770
(b) 19200
(c) 18770
(d) 19870
(e) None of these
3. If in 2014 the total population of the seven villages together was 55,000 approximately, what will be population of village F in that year below poverty line ?
(a) 3000
(b) 2500
(c) 4000
(d) 3500
(e) None of these
4. If the population of village C below poverty line in 2014 was 1520, what was the population of village F in 2014?
(a) 4000
(b) 6000
(c) 6500
(d) 4800
(e) None of these
5. The population of village C is 2000 in 2014. What will be the ratio of population of village C below poverty line to that of the village E below poverty line in that year ?
(a) 207 : 76
(b) 76 : 207
(c) 152 : 207
(d) Data inadequate
(e) None of these
Directions (6 – 10): These questions are based on the table and information given below.
There are 6 refineries, 7 depots and 9 districts. The refineries are BB, BC, BD, BE, BF and BG. The depots are AA, AB, AC, AD, AE, AF and AG. The districts are AAA, AAB, AAC, AAD, AAE, AAF, AAG, AAH ad AAI.
Table A gives the cost of transporting one unit from refinery to depot.
Table A

BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
BG
AA
928.2
537.2
567.8
589.9
589.9
800.1
AB
311.1
596.7
885.7
759.9
759.9
793.9
AC
451.1
0
320.1
780.1
70.7
1000
AD
371.1
150.1
350.1
750.1
650.4
980.1
AE
1137.3
314.5
0
1158
1158
1023
AF
617.1
516.8
756.5
1066
1066
406.3
AG
644.3
299.2
537.2
1093
1093
623.9
Table B gives the cost of transporting one unit from depot to a district.
Table B

AA
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
AG
AAA
562.7
843.2
314.5
889.1
0
754.8
537.2
AAB
532.7
803.2
284.5
790.5
95.2
659.6
442
AAC
500.7
780.2
0
457.3
205.7
549.1
331.5
AAD
232.9
362.1
286.2
275.4
523.6
525.3
673.2
AAE
345.1
286.6
316.2
163.2
555.9
413.1
227.8
AAF
450.1
644.3
346.2
372.3
933.3
402.9
379.1
AAG
654.5
0
596.7
222.7
885.7
387.6
348.5
AAH
804.1
149.6
627.2
360.4
1035.3
537.2
498.1
AAI
646
255
433.5
137.7
698.7
112.2
161.5
6. What is the least cost of sending one unit from any refinery to any district?
(a) 95.2
(b) 0
(c) 205.7
(d) 284.5
(e) None of these
7. What is the least cost of sending one unit from any refinery to the district AAB?
(a) 0
(b) 284.5
(c) 95.2
(d) 294.8
(e) None of these
8. What is the least cost of sending one unit from refinery BB to any district?
(a) 284.5
(b) 311.1
(c) 451.1
(d) 297.5
(e) None of these
9. What is the least cost of sending petrol from refinery BB to district AAA?
(a) 765.6
(b) 1137.3
(c) 1154.3
(d) 1174.8
(e) None of these
10. How many possible ways are there for sending petrol from any refinery to any district?
(a) 63
(b) 42
(c) 54
(d) 378
(e) None of these
Solutions: