Data Interpretation is the most important section of any exams. Be it CAT, XAT, IBPS/SBI PO/Clerks or RBI Grade B/Nabard. This data interpretation quiz is creating keeping in mind new pattern that we are seeing in DI exams these days. Difficulty level for this Data interpretation quiz is moderate. Students are expected to solve these data interpretation questions in under 15 mins.

### Problem 1

**Q1:** What is overall average speed (excluding stoppage time) for the entire trip?

(a) 46 km/h

(b) 75 km/h

(c) 81 km/h

(d) 65 km/h

**Q2:** How much percentage of time was spent travelling between the cities?

(a) 76%

(b) 42.4%

(c) 7.6%

(d) 92%

**Q3:** Ratio of total stoppage time in first and second half of the total distance is:

(a) 2 : 1

(b) 1 : 3

(c) 3 : 1

(d) 1 : 2

**Q4:** Between how many pairs of consecutive stations does the train run below the overall average speed of the entire trip?

(a) 3

(b) 2

(c) 1

(d) 4

Solution:

### Problem 2

**Q1:** If Company A sells half as many printers as Company C, how many faulty printers(approx) did Company C sell, if Company A sold 3,000 faulty printers in 2017?

(a) 6,000

(b) 3,000

(c) 1,500

(d) 13,000

**Q2:** How many non-faulty mobile phones did Company B sell in 2017 if the company sold two million units that year?

(a) 1.84 million

(b) 1.94 million

(c) 1.98 million

(d) 1.95 million

**Q3:** In 2017, Ratio of products sold by Company D to Company E is 3:2. If Company D sells 2.4 million total products in 2017, what is the ratio of faulty CD players sold by Companies D and E in 2017?

(a) 15:10

(b) 5:7

(c) 24:17

(d) Cannot be determined

**Q4:** For which companies and for what product was the difference in percentages of faulty goods the greatest between the company with the highest percentage of faulty products and the company with the lowest percentage of faulty products?

(a) Company B and Company D, mobile phones

(b) Company B and Company D, computers

(c) Company A and Company C, printers

(d) Company C and Company D, mobile phones

Solution:

### Problem 3

**The chart given below indicates the annual sales tax revenue collections (in crores of rupees) of seven states from 1996 to 2001**

**Q1:** If for each year, the states are ranked in terms of descending order of sales tax collections, then how many states don't change their ranking more than once over the five years?

(a) 1

(b) 3

(c) 4

(d) 5

**Q2: **Which of the following states has changed its relative ranking most number of times when you rank the states in terms of the descending volume of sales tax collections each year?

(a) UP

(b) TN

(c) AP

(d) Karnataka

**Q3:** The percentage share of sales tax revenue of which state has increased from 1997 to 2001?

(a) Gujarat

(b) AP

(c) TN

(d) Karnataka

**Q4: **Which pair of successive years shows the maximum growth rate of tax revenue in Maharashtra?

(a) 1997-98

(b) 1998-99

(c) 1999-2000

(d) 2000-01

**Q5: **Identify the state whose tax revenue increased exactly by the same amount in two successive pairs of years?

(a) TN

(b) UP

(c) WB

(d) Karnataka

**Q6: **Which state below has been maintaining a constant rank over the years in terms of its contribution to the total tax collections?

(a) TN

(b) UP

(c) AP

(d) Karnataka

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