# Data Interpretation Practice Questions – Set 85

Data Interpretation Practice Questions – Set 85
Directions (1 – 5): Study the following table chart carefully and answer the question given beside:
The table below shows the parking charges per Vehicle (in Rs.) by six different malls from Monday to Saturday. The figures in brackets show the capacity of vehicle in parking in each mall. ‘Total cost’ is the total amount earned by that mall (through parking) from Monday to Saturday. On each day, every parking space in every mall is occupied.
 Parking Cost per Vehicle Days/ Mall City Walk (110) Square (90) Crossroad (70) Spencer (50) GIP (100) TDI (80) Monday 8 10 16 16 14 Tuesday 17 14 6 10 16 Wed. 12 12 14 14 25 Thursday 18 8 25 22 18 12 Friday 9 25 22 18 30 Saturday 32 14 12 24 20 Total Cost 8580 9450 6300 11000 7600
1. If the parking fare charged on Sunday is 20% more than the fare charged on Saturday, what is the total amount collected from all the parkings of malls on Sunday?
a) Rs.12420
b) Rs.12600
c) Rs.11000
d) Rs.12000
e) Rs.12360
2. What is the total amount (in Rs.) collected from Crossroad and TDI parking on Monday and Friday respectively?
a) 1521
b) 1280
c) 1410
d) 2136
e) 1327
3. What is the difference between the amount collected from the parking of Spencer and GIP on Thursday and the amount collected from the parking of Square mall on Tuesday to Thursday?
a) 1750
b) 1050
c) 520
d) 650
e) 720
4. The charge per vehicle from the parking of City Walk mall on Saturday is what percent of the charge per vehicle from of TDI on Friday?
a) 175%
b) 150%
c) 125%
d) 140%
e) 165%
5. Across parkings, what is the approximate average amount collected per vehicle on Saturday?
a) Rs.24
b) Rs.20
c) Rs.72
d) Rs.36
e) R.25
Directions (6 – 10): Study the following pie-charts carefully to answer the questions.
In Dayalbagh University, Agra, there are 5200 students in five different faculties – Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Commerce, Faculty of Education and Faculty of Arts.
Out of the total number of girl students in the university, 27% study in Faculty of Engineering, 22% study in Faculty of commerce, 16% study in Faculty of science, and the remaining 840 girls study in Faculty of Arts. Faculty of education has no girls. Out of the total number of boy students in university, 14% study in Faculty of Engineering, 30% study in Faculty of commerce, 25% study in Faculty of Science, 11% Faculty of Arts and the remaining study in Faculty of education.
6. If 92 boy students of the Faculty of Engineering are transferred to the Faculty of Arts and 70 girl students of the Faculty of Arts transferred to the Faculty of Engineering, what is the ratio of the number of boy students to the number of girl students in the Faculty of Arts after the transfer of students?
a) 50 : 77
b) 40 : 77
c) 40 : 87
d) 50 : 87
e) None of these
7. What is the approximate average number of students (Boys and Girls) who study in the Faculty of Education, the Faculty of Commerce and the Faculty of Arts together?
a) 1250
b) 1080
c) 1040
d) 1150
e) 1025
8. The total number of boys students studying in the Faculty of Commerce and the Faculty of Science together is what per cent of the total number of students (Boys and Girls) studying in these two faculties?
a) 9.89%
b) 10.11%
c) 8.98%
d) 7.79%
e) None of these
9. If the no. of boy students in the Faculty of Science increase by 20%, the boy students in the Faculty of Arts increases by 25%, 60 boy students take admission in the Faculty of Education and the numbers of boy students in the Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Commerce remain the same, what is the percentage increases in the number of boy students in the University.
a) 12.24%
b) 9.89%
c) 8.79%
d) 10.87%
e) 11.54%
10. If equal number of girl and boy students studying in the Faculty of Science drop out the college, the ratio of the number of boy students studying in the Faculty of Science to the number of girls studying in the same faculty reduces to 149 : 70. What is the total number of students studying in the Faculty of Science who drop out the college?
a) 208
b) 212
c) 408
d) 104
e) None of these
Directions (11 – 15): Study the following information to answer the given questions :
Percentage of students in various courses of Engineering like Electronics, IT, CSE, Mechanical, Mining and Civil Engineering.

11. How many girls are there in course Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science Engineering together ?
a) 440
b) 640
c) 540
d) 240
e) None of these
12. For course I.T. What is the ratio of the boys to girl ?
a) 122 : 102
b) 13 : 18
c) 32 : 42
d) 20 : 25
e) None of these
13. What is the total number of student in mining and Computer Science Engineering together ?
a) 760
b) 690
c) 640
d) 670
e) None of these
14. What is the ratio between boys in Mechanical and Civil Engineering together to girls in the same subject ?
a) 134 : 45
b) 136 : 45
c) 45 : 136
d) 38 : 136
e) None of these
15. What is the average number of girls in course I.T Mechanical and Civil Engineering together ?
a) 98
b) 108
c) 105
d) 118
e) None of these
Solution:
(1 – 5):
 Average Parking Cost per Vehicle Days/ Mall City Walk (110) Square (90) Crossroad (70) Spencer (50) GIP (100) TDI (80) Monday 8 10 11 16 16 14 Tuesday 17 14 6 10 8 16 Wed. 12 16 12 14 14 25 Thursday 18 8 25 22 18 12 Friday 9 25 22 18 30 8 Saturday 14 32 14 12 24 20 Total Cost 8580 9450 6300 4600 11000 7600
1. D) Following the common explanation, we get
Amount collected from all the parkings on Sunday = 110 × (1.2 × 14) + 90 × (1.2 × 32) + 70 × (1.2 × 14) + 50 × (1.2 × 12) + 100 × (1.2 × 24) + 80 × (1.2 × 20)
= (110 × 16.8) + (90 × 38.4) + (70 × 16.8) + (50 × 14.4) + (100 × 28.8) + (80 × 24)
= 1848 + 3456 + 1176 + 720 + 2880 + 1920 = 12000

2. C) Total amount collected from Crossroad's parking on Monday = 6300 – [70 × (6 + 12 + 25 + 22 + 14)] = 6300 – (70 × 79) = 6300 – 5530 = 770
And the total amount collected from TDI's parking on Friday = 7600 – [ 80 × (14 + 16 + 25 + 12 + 20)] = 7600 – (80 × 87) = 7600 – 6960 = 640
Hence, the total amount collected from parking of Corssroad and TDI together = 770 + 640 = 1410

3. C) Amount collected from Spencer and GIP on Thursday = (22 × 50) + (18 × 100)= 1100 + 1800 = 2900
And The total amount from Square mall's parking from Tuesday to Thursday = 9450 – 90(25 + 32 + 10) = 9450 – (90 × 67)
= 9450 – 6030 = 3420
Required difference = 3420 2900 = Rs. 520

4. A) Amount collected from parking of City Walk on Saturday = 8580 – 110(8 + 17 + 12 + 18 + 9) = 8580 – 110 × 64 = Rs. 1540
Charge per vehicle of City Walk on Saturday = 1540/110 = Rs.14 per vehicle
Similarly, Amount collected from parking of TDI on Friday = 7600 – 80(14 + 16 + 25 + 12 + 20) = 7600 – (80 × 87) = 7600 – 6960 = Rs. 640
Charge per vehicle of TDI on Friday = 640/80 = Rs.8 per vehicle
Required % = 14/8 × 100 = 175%

5. B) Total number of amount charge on vehicle in City walk parking on Saturday = 8580 – 110 (8 + 17 + 12 + 18 + 9)
= 8580 – (110 x 64) = 8580 – 7040 = 1540
Therefore, the amount per vehicle charge on Saturday = 1540 / 110 = 14
Similarly, Square on Saturday = 32 × 90 = 2880
In Crossroad = 14 × 70 = 980
In Spencer = 12 × 50 = 600
In GIP = 24 × 100 = 2400
In TDI = 20 × 80 = 1600
Total amount collected from all parkings on saturday = 1540 + 2880 + 980 + 600 + 2400 + 1600 = 10000
Reqd average = 10000/500 = Rs.20

(6 – 10):
No. of girl students in the Faculty of Arts = 840
Percentage of girl students in the Faculty of Arts = 100 – (27 + 22 + 16) = 100 – 65 = 35%
35% = 840 => 100% = 2400
Boy students = 5200 2400 = 2800
 Faculty Boy Girl F. of Engineering 392 648 F. of Commerce 840 528 F. of Science 700 384 F. of Arts 308 840 F. of Education 560 0 Total 2800 2400
6. B) No. of boy students in the Faculty of Arts after the transfer of 92 boys from the faculty of Engineering = 308 + 92 = 400
And the number of girl students in the faculty of Arts = 840 – 70 = 770
Reqd ratio = 400 : 770 = 40 : 77

7. E) Req. avg = (560 + 840 + 528 + 308 + 840)/3 = 3076/3 = 1025

8. E) Total no. of boy students in the Faculty of Commerce and the Faculty of Science = 840 + 700 = 1540
Total no. of students in these two faculties = 840 + 528 + 700 + 384 = 2452
Reqd % = 62.8%

9. B) Total increase in students = 20% of 700 + 25% of 308 + 60 = 140 + 77 + 60 = 277
Reqd % = 277/2800 × 100 = 9.89%

10. A) Let the number of boy students who drop out the college be x
Then, (700 – x)/(384 – x) = 149/70
=> 70 (700 – x) = 149 (384 – x) => 149x – 70x = 149 × 384 – 700 × 70
=> 79x = 57216 – 49000 = 8216 => x = 8216/79 = 104
Total number of students who drop out the college = 104 × 2 = 208

(11 – 15):
 Subject / Stream Total Students Girls Boys I.T 12.% × 2000 = 244 12% of 1200 = 144 100 Mechanical Engg. 27.8% × 2000 = 556 10% of 1200 = 120 436 Electronics Engg. 20% × 2000 = 400 30% of 1200 = 360 40 Mining Engg. 7% of 2000 = 140 8% of 1200 = 96 44 Civil Engg. 8% of 2000 = 160 5% of 1200 = 60 100 CSE Engg. 25% of 2000 = 500 35% of 1200 = 420 80
11. C) C = 1200 * (35% + 10%) = 1200 * 45% = 540

12. B) Required Ratio = 100 : 144 = 13 : 18

13. C) Total number of student in mining and Computer Science Engineering together
= 140 + 500 = 640

14. A) Required Ratio = 536 : 180 = 134 : 45

15. B) the average number of girls in course I.T Mechanical and Civil Engineering together
= (144 + 120 + 60)/3 = 324/3 = 108