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SBI Clerk Exam 2018: Data Interpretation quiz

Apr 6, 2018 19:21 IST
    SBI Clerk Exam : Data Interpretation quiz
    SBI Clerk Exam : Data Interpretation quiz

    Practice Data Interpretation questions with the help of our DI Quiz for SBI clerk exam 2018.  Here is a DI quiz for SBI clerk exam 2018.

    Directions (1-5): Study the following table and answer the given questions.

    The number of students in five sections of a school over five different years

    Sections

    Year

    A

    B

    C

    D

    E

    2013

    1450

    2936

    1784

    2373

    3240

    2014

    2460

    3460

    2826

    3867

    3678

    2015

    4428

    4286

    4370

    4500

    4700

    2016

    4886

    4658

    5468

    5760

    6800

    2017

    5280

    5834

    6200

    7100

    7400

     1.  What is the difference between the average number of students in section D and the average number of employees in section B in all the given years?

    a)      485

    b)      462

    c)       444

    d)      424

    e)      None of these

    Ans: Option (a)

    Explanation:

    Average number of students in section D= 2373+ 3867+4500+5760+7100/5

    = 23,600/5

    =4720

    Average number of students in section B=2936+ 3460+4286+4658+5834

    =21,174/5

    = 4234.8

    Required difference-

    4720-4234.8=485.2

    ≅485

    2.    What is the ratio of the total number of students in section B and E together in 2015 to the total number of students in section C and D together in 2017?

    a)      6800/3377

    b)      8989/13332

    c)       8687/13300

    d)      6650/4493

    e)      None of these

    Ans: Option (d)

    Explanation:

    total number of students in B and E in 2015 = 4286+4700=8986

    total number of students in C and D in 2017 =6200+7100=13300

    required ratio= 8986/13300

    =6650/4493

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     3.   The total number of students in section A and D together in all the given years is approximately what per cent of the total number of students in section C and E together in all the given years?

    a)      92

    b)      95

    c)       90

    d)      94

    e)      None of these

    Ans: Option (c)

    Explanation:

    total number of students in section A and section D together = 18,504+23,600=42,104

    total number of students in section C and section E together=20,648+25,818=46,466

    required percentage= 42,104×100/46,466

     ≈ 90

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    4.    What is the total number of students in all the sections in 2013 and 2014 together?

    a)      28,074

    b)      30,084

    c)       25,224

    d)      26,894

    e)      None of these

    Ans: Option (a)

    Explanation:

    total number of students in all the sections in 2013=1450+2936+1784+2373+3240= 11,783

    total number of students in all the sections in 2014=2460+3460+2826+3867+3678=16,291

    required number=11,783+16,291=28,074

    5.   The total number of students in section A and D together in 2016 is what per cent more/less in comparison to the total number of students in section B and C together in 2014?

    a)      48

    b)      44

    c)       42

    d)      41

    e)      None of these

    Ans: Option (d)

    Explanation

    total number of students in section A and D together in 2016 =4886+5760=10,646

    total number of students in section B and C together =3460+ 2826=6,286

    required percentage= (10,646-6,286)×100/10,646

    =436000/10646

    =40.9

    ≅41

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