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Data Interpretation Quiz 1

Introduction

What is data interpretation? Data Interpretation or DI refers to the implementation of procedures through which data is reviewed for the purpose of arriving at an inference. Data can be obtained from multiple sources. Example: data from running of industries, census population data etc.
Data Interpretation is one of important topic in Quantitative Aptitude Section. In Data Interpretation Quiz 1 article candidates can find questions with an answer. By solving this questions candidates can improve and maintain, speed, and accuracy in the exams. Data Interpretation Quiz 1 questions are very useful for different exams such as IBPS PO, Clerk, SSC CGL, SBI PO, NIACL Assistant, NICL AO, IBPS SO, RRB, Railways, Civil Services etc.
Directions (1-5): Given below is the information regarding to the result of 3 students Arun, Sanjeev, Kamal in seasonal exams of class 12th. Read it carefully and answer the following questions: –
There are total 5 subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, English, and computers each carrying different maximum marks. Physics and Chemistry both carries equal maximum marks i.e. 35. Math carries maximum marks 5 more than Physics and 10 more than English. Total of maximum marks of the 5 subjects is 160. Kamal scored 60% in Physics, while Sanjeev scored 48 4/7% in the same subject. Arun scored only 13.5 marks in Physics. Arun scored 24 marks in Chemistry which is 60% more than the marks scored by Sanjeev in the same subject. The total of the marks of 3 students in chemistry is 58, Kamal scored 15.5 marks in Maths, while Sanjeev scored 35% in the same subject and Arun scored highest in maths with 29 marks. Arun scored 40% in English which is 33 1/3% less than the marks of Sanjeev in the same subject. Score of Kamal in English is 14 marks. The sum of marks of Arun and Sanjeev in computers is 32 while the ratio of the same is 9 : 7. Kamal scored 77.5% marks in computers.

Q1

What is the average marks scored by the 3 students in English?
A. 11 B. 14 C. 18 D. 15

D

Required average = $\frac {(12 + 18 + 14)}{3}$ = 15

Q2

Find the difference between total marks scored by Arun in all subjects and the total marks scored by Sanjeev in all subjects together.
A. 12 B. 18.5 C. 17 D. 21

B

Required difference = 96.5 - 78 = 18.5

Q3

Calculate the percentage of marks obtained by Kamal in the sessional exams.
A. 50.5% B. 52.25% C. 53.125% D. 53.75%

C

Required percentage = $(\frac {85}{160}) × 100 = 53.125%$

Q4

Marks of Sanjeev in English and Math’s in what percent more or less than by marks of all the 3 students in computers?
A. 32.63% B. 33.33% C. 35.63% D. 36.63%

A

Required percentage = $\frac {(47.5 – 32)}{47.5} × 00 = 32.63%$

Q5

If the passing marks in each sessional are 40%, then total number of compartments of all students together?
A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

C

Total compartment = 3
Arun in physics, Sanjeev & Kamal in Math’s

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