SBI Clerk Quantitative Aptitude Daily Mock Bar Graph DI 31st January 2020
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Directions (1-5): The following bar graph gives the information about the number of students (in lakhs) who have applied for three different examinations that is Banking, Railway and SSC CGL during last four years (2015-2018).
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Q1. Find out the difference between the sum of the number of students who have applied for Banking exams over all the years together and the sum of the number of students who have applied for SSC CGL exam over all the years together?
(a) 4.5 lakhs
(b) 5 lakhs
(c) 4 lakhs
(d) 5.5 lakhs
(e) 6 lakhs
Q2. Total number of students who applied in 2018 for all the above examinations together was approximately what percent more or less than that in 2015?
Q3. Find out the average number of students who applied for SSC CGL examination over all the years together?
(a) 12 lakhs
(b) 15.25 lakhs
(c) 13 lakhs
(d) 12.25 lakhs
(e) 13.5 lakhs
Q4. What is the respective ratio of number of students who applied for SSC CGL exam in 2015 and 2017 together to that of the Railway exam in 2016 and 2018 together?
(a) 12 : 13
(b) 12 : 17
(c) 25 : 27
(d) 25 : 26
(e) 23 : 25
Q5. If 30% of the students who applied for Railway in 2018 qualified tier-1 and 25% of the students who applied for SSC CGL in 2018 qualified tier-1, then find out the ratio of total number of students who qualified tier 1 of Railway and SSC CGL together in 2018 to the number of students who applied for banking in 2018?
Note- It is given that one student applied for only one exam in 2018.
(a) 7 : 13
(b) 7 : 11
(c) 9 : 11
(d) 9 : 13
(e) 5 : 7
Directions (6-10): Following bar graph shows the information of production of rice (in tonnes) in 3 different countries for a given period.
Q6. Rice production in India during 2005-09 is what percent of total rice production by all the three countries together during 2005-09?
Q7. What is the difference (in tonnes) between the total quantity of Rice production in India and Brazil together in 2005-14 and total quantity of Rice production in China during 2010-19?
Q8. Find out the average quantity of Rice production of India, China and Brazil together during 2005-09( in tonnes)?
Q9. Find out in which period the difference between the production of rice in any two countries was maximum?
(e) 2000-04 and 2005-09 both
Q10. Find out the ratio of rice production between China and Brazil during 2000-19?
(a) 2 : 1
(b) 4 : 3
(c) 2 : 3
(d) 3 : 2
(e) 5 : 4
Directions (11-15): The following bar graph shows the percentage distribution of yearly income of a person from 2015-2018. Study the graph carefully and answer the following questions.
Note – Total income = EMI + Food + Rent + Savings + Others
Q11. In year 2016, his yearly expense on Rent is Rs. 96000. Find his monthly income in same year.
(a) Rs. 60000
(b) Rs 66666.66
(c) Rs 53333.33
(d) Rs 55000
(e) Rs 50000
Q12. Expense on food in 2017 is what percentage more or less than expense on EMI in 2018? (Note – income of person is same in both year)
(e) 33 1/3%
Q13. If difference between savings and expense on others is Rs. 15000 in 2015, then find his expenditure on EMI in the same year.
(a) Rs. 75000
(b) Rs. 60000
(c) Rs. 45000
(d) Rs 90000
(e) Rs 55000
Q14. If income of the person in 2018 is 20% more than previous year, then his expense on food in 2018 is what percentage of previous year?
Q15. If his income in 2018 is Rs. 80000, then find the difference between the expenditure on rent and EMI in the same year.
(a) Rs. 5000
(b) Rs. 8000
(c) Rs 4000
(d) Rs. 6000
(e) Rs. 7000
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