Quant Quiz – Data Interpretation:30 March 2015

Directions (Q. Nos. 1-8) Refer to the pie charts and answer the given questions.

1.Total number of luxury watches sold by stores C and H together is by what percent less than total number of watches (sports watches and luxury watches) sold by stores F and H together?
(1) 295/6
(2) 273/7 
(3) 313/5 
(4) 284/7 
(5) 265/9
2.Number of watches (sports watches and luxury watches) sold by store D is by what percent more than total number of sports watches sold by stores C, F and G together ?
(1) 22.5
(2) 25
(3) 27.5
(4) 35
(5) 30
3.What is the respective ratio between total number of sports watches sold by stores A and B together and total number of watches (sports and luxury) sold by stores C and F together?
(1) 64 : 77
(2) 48 : 61
(3) 56 : 77
(4) 64 : 81
(5) 48 : 73
4.What is the average number of luxury watches sold by stores A,D, E, F and H together?
(1)3152
(2)3296
(3)3548
(4)3186
(5)3428
5.If the number of watches sold by stores A, D, and E increased by 10%, 35%, and 15% respectively from 2004 to 2005 what was the total number of luxury watches sold by these three stores in 2005?
(1) 16172
(2) 14966
(3) 15848
(4) 15964
(5) 16392
6.What is the central angle corresponding to the number of watches (sports watches and Luxury watches) sold by store B?
(1)39.6°
(2)36.6°
(3)44.2°
(4)42.2°
(5)45.4°
7.Total number of sports watches sold by stores E and F together is what percent of the number of watches (sports watches and Luxury watches) sold by store E?
(1) 787/11
(2) 833/7 
(3) 825/14
(4) 659/14
(5) 855/7
8.What is the difference between average number of sports watches sold by stores B, C, G and H together and average number of luxury watches sold by the same stores together?
(1)1100
(2)1200
(3)900
(4)800
(5)1300
DIRECTIONS (9-13) – Study the information given and answer the following questions.
9.Between 1995 and 2000, in which year has the average employment per factory shown an increment compared to previous year, but decreased in the next year?
(1) 1996
(2) 1997
(3) 1998
(4) 1999
(5) None of these
10.If in 1996, 20,100 factories had 659 employments on an average, the remaining factories had an average employment of:
(1) 559
(2) 509
(3) 584
(4) 534
(5) None of these
11..The total employment in 1999 is how many times to that in 1996?
(1) 1.45
(2) 1.48
(3) 1.6
(4) 1.42
(5) None of these
12.In which of the following five-year period, number of factories has shown maximum increase?
(1) 1980-85
(2) 1985-90
(3) 1990-95
(4) 1995-00
(5) None of these
13.Among the given period, in how many years has the trend of the average employment per factory not changed with respect to the previous year’s change?
(1) Two
(2) Three
(3) Four
(4) Can’t be determined
(5) None of these
Answers:-


1.(4)
Total number of luxury watches sold by stores C and H together = Total number of (luxury + sports) watches sold by stores C and H together – Total number of sports watches sold by stores C and H together= (14 + 9)% of 56000 – (7 +.12)% of 32000 = 12880 – 6080 = 6800
Total number of sport and luxury watches sold by stores F and H together = (8 + 9)% of 56000
= 17% of 56000 = 9520
Therefore, required percentage =(9520- 6800)/9520x 100%=28 4/7%


2.(2)
Number of watches (sports and luxury watches) sold by store ID = 15% of 56000 = 8400
Number of sports watches sold by stores C, F and G together = (7 + 8 + 6)% of 32000 = 21% of 32000 = 6720
Therefore, required percentage
(8400 – 6720)/6720 x 100% = 1680/6720 x 100% = 25%

3.(1)
Total number of sports watches  sold by stores A and B together
= (16 + 16) % of 32000 = 32% of 32000 = 10240
Total number of watches (sports and luxury) sold by stores C and F together = (14 + 8) % of 56000 = 22% of 56000 = 12320
Therefore, required ratio = 10240 : 12320 = 64 : 77


4.(2)


5.(4)


6.(1)


7.(5)


8.(1)


9.(4)
in 1999, average employment per factory is greater than 1998 and less than 2000.


10.(2)
in 1996, for 20100 factories , employees = 13,245,900; average = 609, total employees = 18,361,350. So average for remaining factories = 509.


11.(1) 
total employment in 1999= 36240 x 736.
Total employment in 1996 = 609 x 30150,
Ratio =  (36240×736)/(30150×609)=1.45


12.(4)
From the figure it can be seen that the maximum increase in the number of factories is in 1995- 2000.


13.(4)  
we do not have year wise data in between 1975- 1980 & similarly between 1980-1985,etc.


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