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Data Interpretation

1.

(c) Family X :

Percentage Expenditure on light

100

360

Family Y :

Percentage Expenditure on light

2.

18

18

100 :

360

360

Ratio

100

12.

(d) 240 : 1200 = 1 : 5

13.

(b) Percentage =

36 6400

= 640

360

48

= 1306.67

360

= 6400

72

= 1280.00

360

Difference

= 26.67

= Rs. 26, most nearly

4.

(d)

5.

96

= 4900

= 1306.67

360

Family Y : Expenditure on Food

6400 :

4900 = 80 : 70 = 8 : 7

108

= 6400

= 1920.00

360

Percentage

7.

5400

100

45600

48 4900

=

= 653.33

360

= 9800

6.

= 1 :1

(a) Family Xs expenditure on Miscellaneous

3.

100

360

Miscellaneous

= 640.00

Difference

= 13.33 least

8.

(d) No item satisfies this condition.

9.

(b) Family X spends Rs. 653.33 on

Miscellaneous while family Y spends

Rs. 640/10. (c) Present expenditure on Education

= Rs. 1280

Changed expenditure on Education = Rs. 3840

= Rs. 2560

Difference

11. (a) Percentage expenditure on maintenance

1306.67

100 = 68%

1920

Family X = 96 + 48 = 1440

Family y = 108 + 36 = 1440

(a) Family X : Expenditure

on Miscellaneous

= 653.33

Family Y : Expenditure on

2400

45600

100 = 5.26%

14. (b) Ratio of heat & light expenditures

= 100 : 300 : 40 : 200 : 160

= 2.5 : 7.5 : 1 : 5 : 4

15. (d) The items with expenses over the ma

chine groups are :

Total 1

2

3

4

5

Heat & light : 800 100 300 40 200 160

Rent & Rates: 4800 600 1800 240 1200 960

Ratio of each = 1 : 6

16.

9675

= 0.48

20000

With the rate doubling and the machine hours remaining the same the total expenditure should be

= 9675 2 = Rs. 19350 / -

17.

=

845

100 = 6.35%

13305

= 6% most nearly

18. (d) The amounts spent on Depreciation- Machinery &

Supervision and the total expenditures on each

machine group are

1

2

3

4

5

Depreciation

2400 4000 1600 2000 6000

Machinery

Supervision

1200 3600 480 2400 1920

Total

5592 12232 4796 9675 13305

2]

19.

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

28.

29.

(d) None is the answer : In machine group 4, supervision amount exceeds depreciation-Machinery.

(b) Machine hour rates of

Machine 2 = Rs. 0.31

Machine 3 = Rs. 0.30

Difference = Rs. 0.01 the least

(d) Between December 1975 and December 1980,

Metropolitan population registers the least percentage increase in deposits.

31.

32.

33.

34.

Metropolitan.

(c) For example, for the semi-urban group the average per office advances doubles from 0.36 to

0.72 whereas the total moves from Rs. 1221

crores to Rs. 4368 crores.

(b) Largest Percentage increase in deposits between

1970 & 1980 is

3504 435

100 = 705.5 %

435

(a) The least is 162 & the largest is 17484

Ratio = 162 : 17484 = 1 : 107.9

= 1 : 110 most nearly

(d) No. with more than 20 years experience is

3000 + 340 + 60 + 1760 + 160 + 80 = 5400

(a) No. of Officers with more than 30 years service

= 160

No. of Managers with 10-20 years

service = 160

(c) Add the frequencies corresponding to first two

rows 4600 + 6600 = 11,200

(b) 10% of 16600 is 1660

No. of Officers : 1660

35.

6600 + 3400

100

16600

Ans. 37. (d)

Ans. 38. (d)

Ans. 39. (a)

Ans. 40. (b)

Ans. 41. (b) There are 2 married couples, hence 2

males. E is an engineer, hence cannot be

female. Total males = 3.

18135 15618

Ans.

42.

(a) From the above, E can be either engineer

100 = 16.1%

i.e., =

15618

or housewife. Since she is not a housewife, E

(c) Average increases continuously

is an engineer.

(b) Metropolitan Population group.

Ans. 43. (d) We have 2 couples : Lawyer D (housewife) and C (accountant) F (professor).

(d) Percentage Advance :

Since A is married to a housewife, one of the

Semiurban : 11.3, 14.8, 14.5

couples is AD.

Urban

: 20.0 , 22.7, 21.6

Ans.

44.

(c) G cannot occupy a position next to B.

(b) Observe the last line in Rural population group.

Ans. 45. (d) E can be only on 2nd or 3rd position,

(c) Average variation in Advances

from the above.

19392

Since A is on 6th or 7th position, E and A

=

= 4848 crores

4

canot be together.

(a) During each year deposits and advances both Ans. 46. (c) From the given information, we get

increase from Rural to Semiurban to Urban to

C or D

30.

3

= 498

10

B

A or G

We note that C or D can be on the left end

while G can be on the right end. Hence (c).

47.

(d)

48.

(c)

49.

(b)

50.

(d)

the grandfather or grandmother of Q. Hence a

definite answer is not possible.

We note from (1) that C, who is the son of A, is

the father of B. So we get from (1) that A is

either the grandfather or grandmother of B.

We get from (2) that A is a man.

Hence it follows from (1) and (2) that A is the

grandfather of B.

Both (1) and (2) are needed. Hence (C)

We note from (2) that K is a woman. So we get

the answer from (2) alone. (The answer is No).

Hence (b).

We note from (1) and (2) that the weight of

Sukumar is less than that of Sridhar. But this

does not necessarily mean that Sukumar is

leaner than Sridhar. (Other factors like height

etc. also come in).

We cannot give a definite answer.

51.

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205)/7

(i) 2002-03 :

359.8 10

= 18.49 / kg

194.6

= 210.39

56. (b) 10 million = 1 crore

In 2004-05 price per sq. metre of cloth

(ii) 2001-02 :

In 2005-06 price per sq. metre of cloth

(iii) 2000-01 :

42550

=

= 18.56 / kg

2292

Durng 2001-02 value per kg of tea exported was minimum., Hence the answer is 2001-02

52. (c) Value of tea exported during first four years

= 425.5 + 395.2 + 359.8 + 515.2

= Rs. 1695.70 crores

Value of tea exported during last three years

= 766.7 + 711.0 + 615.0

= Rs. 2092.70 crores

Value of tea exported during last three years

was more by Rs. 397 crores.

Hence answer is (c).

53. (c) From the chart we find that increase in exports

took place only in 2003-04 and 2004-05 and in

425.5

10

=395.2

398.12

356.77

= 41.35

/ 356.77

3488.6

the rest,

10

= 18.48

/ kgonly decrease in exports as compared to

=

= 9.78

229.2

213.8

the previous year had taken place

356.77

Percentage increase during 2003-04 from

2002-03 :

(515.2 - 359.8)

155.4

100

359.8

= 43. 19

Percentage increase in 2004-05 from

2003-04 :

(766.7 - 515.2)

251.5

100

515.2

= 48. 82

Hence during 2004-05 percentage increase in value

of exports was maximum.

54. (c)

2001-02

2004-05

Value

395.2 crores

766.7 crores

Quantity

213.8 million kg

213.9 million kg

Value per kg

39520

76670

= 18.48

= 35.84

2138

2139

55. (a) Average quantity of tea exported during the period

in million kgs.

= (229.2 + 213.8 + 194.6 + 193.9 + 213.9 + 222.3 +

3616.2

= 9.08

398.12

=

3837

= 7.67

500

Hence in 2004-05 price per square metre of cloth exported was maximum.

57. (a) Average price per sq. metre

Total quantity exported (in million square metres)

(348.86 + 361.62 + 383.70) 10

356.77 + 398.12 + 500

1094.18 10

10941.8

=

1254.89

1254.89

= 8.72 per square metre.

58. (c)

Fractional increase in production

during 2005-06

=

during 2006-07

= 500 398.12 = 101.88 / 398.12

2006-07

= 383.7 361.62 = 22.08 / 361.62

Hence fractional increase in both production and exports was maximum in the year 2006-07

59. (C)

Exports for the year =

383.7 crores

2006-07

Exports for the year =

348.86 crores

2004-05

Increase for the two =

34.84 crores

year period

Average increase for = 17.42 crores

one year

Exports for the year =

348.86 crores

2004-05

Add average increase :

4]

In 2005-06

=

17.42 crores

In 2006-07

=

17.42 crores

In 2007-08

=

17.42 crores

In 2008-09

=

17.42 crores

17.42 crores

In 2009-10

=

435.96 crores

Value of exports in 2009-10 =

It is approximately equal to 436 crores

60. (D)

Each countrys expenditure :

U.S.S.R.

=

$ 160 billian

U.S.A.

=

$ 120 billion

China

=

$ 50 billion

(i.e., 10% of $ 500 billion)

West Germany

=

$ 26 billion

France

=

$ 20 billion

Britain

=

$ 15 billion

Iran

=

$ 10 billion

$ 8 billion*

South Arabia

=

$ 409 billion

Total expenditure

=

409

100

* (1.6% of $ 500 billion =

500

= $ 8.0)

500

= 1 .6

100

= 81.8%

61. (C)

Chinas total expenditure = $ 50 billion

Ratio of Chinas expenditure on Army,

Airforce and Navy = 35 : 39 : 26.

If 100 was the total amount spent, expenditure on

Navy is

= 40% of 120 = $ 48 billion

Money spent by Britain on Airforce

= 50% of 15 = $ 7.5 billion

Hence ratio = 48 : 7.5

1

= 48 : 7

2

= 6.4 : 1

65. (c) Amount of G.N.P. in 2000-01 = 120000

Amount of G.N.P.in 1999-2000 = 98000

Increase = 22000

22000

100 = 22.45

Percentage increase =

98000

Percentage increase from

2000-2001 to 2001-2002

10000 100

(130000 120000)

= 8.33

120000

Percentage increase for

2002-2003 to 2001-2002

2003-2004 to 2002-2003

25000 100

(170000 145000)

= 17.24

145000

Percentage increase for

2004-2005 to 2003-2004

Expenditure on Airforce is

=

64. (b)

39

of total

100

39

100

39

13

=

= 1 9 .5 billion dollars

100

26

2

62. (c)

From the table itself it is obtained that France

spends only 12% of its expenditure on Navy which is the

least. Hence the answer is France.

63. (a)

Total world expenditure = $ 500 billion

U.S.S.R. and U.S.A. spend = $ 280 billion

(160 + 120)

Rest of the world spends = $ 220 billion

Hence percentage of expenditure made by U.S.S.R.

and U.S.A. as compared to the rest of the world =

2005-2006 to 2004-2005

2006-2007 from 2005-2006

compared to the previous year.

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66. (d)

Year

Defence

GNP

Ratio

1999-2000

3400

98000

3.4 : 98 = 1 : 28 (app.)

2000-2001

3800

120000

3.8 : 120 = 1 : 32 (app.) (least)

2001-2002

4500

130000

4.5 : 130 = 1 : 29 (app.)

2002-2003

5400

145000

5.4 : 145 = 1 : 27 (app.)

2003-2004

6200

170000

6.2 : 170 = 1 : 27 (app.)

2004-2005

7200

182000

7.2 : 182 = 1 : 25 (app.)

2005-2006

8000

212000

8 : 212 = 1 : 27 (app.)

2006-2007

10000

240000

10 : 240 = 1 : 24 (app.

Hence it was during 2000-01 that the ratio was minimum between Defence expenditure and GNP.

67. (c) Average additional taxation during the period

= 685 + 282 + 271 + 533 + 716 + 273 + 431 + 488

75. (c)

From the chart we find only in four years the additional taxation was more than the average additional taxation.

Hence answer is 4 years.

68. (b) The year in which fractional change in GNP was

minimum was in 2001-02 from 2000-01 the change

being

130000 120000 = 100000

(In all the other years the change was more than

25

6720

=

4500

Rs.

63

700

= +

Rs.

crores

= 3679

360104

3800

(45

+= 10,000

90

120)

in6552

GNP).

=

= Rs. = 459.88

crores

= Rs.

1680 Corresponding to this, fractional

8

100 change in Defence expenditure in 2001-02 from

.

2000-01 was

69. (d) (i) From the table we observe that percentage

increase in both defence expenditure and GNP

did not always increase (though in obsolute

terms they increased).

(ii) Additional taxation was not maximum in 19992000 but only in 2003-04

(iii) Increase in defence expenditure was not in the

same proportion as GNP.

(iv) Hence the answer is none of the above.

70. (c) Population of city A is 3 x 100000 = 300.000

71. (c) Population of city

D

= 600000

Population of city

C

= 400000

Difference

= 200000

Population of city D is more by 200000 than city

C.

72. (c) Population of city

E

= 800000

Population of city

B

= 500000

Difference

= 300000

Population of city B is less by 300000 than city E.

73. (a) Obviously city D and city E have population of

600000 and 800000. Hence the answer is : Cities

D and E have population of more than 500000.

74. (b) Angle represented by yellow

76. (b)

Angle representing persons who choose green =

450

45

5

1

=

=

Hence

360

40

8

Price of refrigerator = Rs. 6720

At discount counter

15

= Rs. 1008

100

Hence at discount counter, price will be

77. (d)

78. (c)

(1680 + 6552) = Rs.8232.

In the previous question we saw that in a hire-purchase, the total price will be Rs. 8232.

25% deposit = Rs. 1680,

+ 52 weekly payments of Rs. 63 each = 3276

Total = 4956

Hence balance amount payable will be

8232 - 4956 = Rs. 3276

Ans. 81. (c)

Ans. 83. (d)

Ans. 85. (d)

Ans. 82. (b)

Ans. 84. (b)

B

C

H

6]

F>D>B =G>C=K>H>A

Ans. 87. (c)

Ans. 88. (e)

Ans. 89. (d)

90.

91.

92.

93.

94.

95.

(d)

know anything about the other sources of income, if any, of these two people.

(c)

We do not get the answer from (1) alone or (2)

alone.

The lamp is lighted up [(2)]. Hence it follows

from what is given in the introductory part that

one and only one of the two parameters (pressure or temperature) is low. At this stage, we

do not know which one is low.

We note from (1) that the temperature is low.

Hence the other parameter, namely pressure,

is not low.

Both (1) and (2) are needed. Hence (C)

(c)

The pressure is low [(1)], but still the lamp is

not lighted up [(2)]. The only possible reason is

that the temperature is also low.

Thus we get the answer (the answer is yes)

from (1) and (2). Hence (C)

(d)

We note that Asha failed in English. But this

does not necessarily mean that Kanchana

passed in English. (What is given in the introductory part means that if Asha failed in three

subjects Kanchana passed in three subjects.

But the subjects in which Kanchana passed

need not be the same as the subjects in which

Asha failed.

Hence a definite answer cannot be given.

(b)

We get from (2) that K is not a tourist spot. (If it

were a tourist spot there would have been to

beggars in that city).

[We do not get the answer from (1). All tourist

spots have colour fountains but cities which are

not tourist spots may also have colour fountains].

(b) WPI for food products = 338.3

in 2005-06

WPI for food products = 313.0

in 2000-01

Increase as a

percentage

96.

WPI for all commodities in January 2008

Increase as a

= 8.08%

= 377.1

= 415.5

percentage

97.

(a)

in 2001-02

WPI for food articles

in 2003-04

38.4

100

377.1

= 283.00

Increase as a

48.00

100

235

percentage

= 20.43

Since others show less increase in WPI than food articles answer is (a).

98. (d) WPI for fuel, power

= 559.6

and lub in 2004-05

WPI for fuel, power

= 509.0

and lub in 2003-04

Increase as a

50.6

100

509

percentage

= 9.94

Similarly if we calculate for other years, we will find that

only in 2004-05 the rise is higher than the previous year,

compared to other years. Hence answer is (d).

99. (d) WPI for chemical

= 353.00

products in Sept. 2007

WPI for chemical

= 336.4

products in March 2007

Increase as a

16.6

100

336.4

percentage

= 4.95

If we calculate the increase in WPI for the other three

commodities we will find that only chemical products has

shown the lowest increase.

100. (d) WPI for all commodities = 405.9

in Sept. 2007

WPI for all commodities = 401.5

in July 2007

Increase as a

4.4

100

401.5

percentage

= 1.09

This is the lowest increase in a month as compared to

the previous month.

101. (d) Food products WPI

= 365.0

in March 2007

Food products WPI

= 385.4

in January 2007

Difference

= 10.18%

= 235.00

Decrease

This is the highest decrease.

20.4

100

385.4

= 5.29%

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