Data Interpretation Questions for SBI PO
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Directions (15): Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below it:
Number of candidates from different locations appeared and passed in a competitive examination over the years
Year

Rural

Semi urban

State capitals

Metropolitan
 
App.

Pass.

App.

Pass.

App.

Pass.

App.

Pass.
 
2001

2153

932

8139

2468

7164

3248

9695

6328

2002

4915

1658

9784

4015

8529

3628

12518

6038

2003

1652

208

9432

3528

11725

4526

9538

3214

2004

5628

2392

7894

2513

5054

1468

10158

4018

2005

1839

317

9969

4263

8258

3159

11247

5158

2006

5032

1798

8562

2933

9015

4311

13624

6419

Note: App. → Appeared, Pass. → Passed
Q1. In 2005, what was the average number of failed candidates from all locations ?
(a) 4436
(b) 4894
(c) 4256
(d) 4604
(e) None of these
Q2. What percentage of candidates passed from semiurban location in all the 6 years ?
(a) 41.94
(b) 36.67
(c) 39.39
(d) 33.67
(e) 38.24
Q3. The total number of failed candidates in 2004, 2005 and 2006 from statecapital location is what percent more/less than failed candidates in 2001, 2002 and 2003 from Rural location ?
(a) 126.09% more
(b) 93.07% more
(c) 23.01% less
(d) 112.35% more
(e) 22.32% more
Q4. In which year, percentage of failed candidates was least from metropolitan location ?
(a) 2004
(b) 2006
(c) 2001
(d) 2005
(e) 2002
Q5. What is approximate ratio of passed candidates in 2003 from rural location to the percentage of passed candidates in 2006 from statecapital location ?
(a) 53 : 173
(b) 131 : 237
(c) 59 : 157
(d) 61 : 39
(e) 63 : 239
Directions (610): Read the following information carefully and answer the questions based on it :
In 6 years, number of students taking admission and leaving from five different schools are given below:–
School →

A

B

C

D

E
 
Years↓

Ad.

L

Ad.

L

Ad.

L

Ad.

L

Ad.

L

1994

1025

—

950

—

1100

—

1500

—

1450

—

1995

230

120

350

150

320

130

340

150

250

125

1996

190

110

225

115

300

150

300

160

280

130

1997

245

100

185

110

260

125

295

120

310

120

1998

280

150

200

90

240

140

320

125

340

110

1999

250

130

240

120

310

180

360

140

325

115

Note: Ad→ admitted,
L → Left
Q6. What is the average number of student studying in all the five schools in 1996 ?
(a) 1278
(b) 1494
(c) 1526
(d) 1452
(e) None of these
Q7. What is the number of students studying in school D in 1998 ?
(a) 2200
(b) 2600
(c) 1950
(d) 2250
(e) None of these
Q8. Number of students leaving school C from the year 19941999 is approximately what percentage of students taking admission in same school in same years ?
(a) 27.87 %
(b) 26.39 %
(c) 28 %
(d) 28.65 %
(e) 29.34 %
Q9. Number of students taking admission between years 19951999 in school D is approximately what percent more/less than student admitted in school B in same years ?
(a) 29.13% less
(b) 35.50% more
(c) 31.98% less
(d) 33.73% less
(e) 34.58% more
Q10. What is ratio of number of students in C in 1999 and number of students in E in 1998 ?
(a) 429 : 123
(b) 123 : 127
(c) 361 : 429
(d) 17 : 97
(e) None of these
Directions (1115): What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question ?
(a) 143
(b) 72√7
(c) 134
(d) 70√7
(e) None of these
Q12. (4444÷40)+(645÷25)+(3991÷26)=?
(a) 280.4
(b) 290.4
(c) 295.4
(d) 285.4
(e) None of these
(a) 303.75
(b) 305.75
(c) 302 3/4
(d) 303 1/4
(e) None of these
(a) 256
(b) 4
(c) √2
(d) 16
(e) None of these
(a) 3
(b) 1
(c) 4
(d) 7
(e) None of these
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