# Aptitude Questions: Data Interpretation Set 42

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Q(1 –5): Study the following pie charts and answer the following questions:

Details of 3000 employees working at different level in the organisatio Breakup of 1600 male employees in the organisation 1. How many females are working at level C?
a) 284
b) 304
c) 314
d) 324
e) None of these
Explanation :
Total working at level C = 3000*19/100 = 570
males working at level C = 1600*16/100 = 256
so females working at level C = 570 – 256 = 314

2. What is the ratio of males to females working at level F?
a) 23:12
b) 12:27
c) 12:23
d) 23:27
e) None of these
Explanation :
Total employees at level F = 3000*14/100 = 420
males = 1600*9/100 = 144
females = 420 – 144 = 276
ratio = 144/276 = 12/23

3. What is the total number of females working at level D and E together?
a) 282
b) 292
c) 312
d) 392
e) None of these
Explanation :
Females in D = 3000*10/100 – 1600*11/100 = 124
Females in E = 3000*12/100 – 1600*12/100 = 168
Total = 292

4. What is the ratio of female employees working at level D to that of male employees at level G?
a) 31:40
b) 33:40
c) 40:31
d) 33:41
e) None of these
Explanation :
Females at level D = 3000*10/100 – 1600*11/100 = 124
males at level G = 1600*10/100 = 160
ratio = 124:160 = 31:40

5. The number of males employees working in E, F  and G level together forms what percent of the total number of employees?
a) 15.53%
b) 16.53%
c) 17.53%
d) 18.53%
e) None of these
Explanation :
Males in E F and G level are = 1600*31/100 = 31*16
percentage w.r.t total employees = (31*16)*100/3000 = 16.53%

Q(6 –10) Study the following charts carefully and answer the following questions:

Percentage wise distribution of number of cars sold by company P and Q during six months. Total cars sold = 90000 Ratio between the numbers of cars sold by company P and Q during six months: –

 Month Ratio JANUARY 8:7 FEBRUARY 4:5 MARCH 3:2 APRIL 7:5 MAY 7:8 JUNE 7:9

1. What is the ratio of the number of cars sold by company Q during January to those sold during June by the same company?
a) 119:125
b) 119:135
c) 119:145
d) 119:120
e) None of these
Ratio – (17/100)*90000*(7/15) : (16/100)*90000*9/16 = 119:135

2. If 40% of the cars sold by company Q during May were sold at discount, then how many car sold by same company during May with no discount?
a) 4456
b) 3456
c) 3476
d) 3356
e) None of these
Explanation :
Car sold without discount = (12/100)*90000*(8/15)*(60/100) = 3456

3. The number of cars sold by company P during January is what percent of the number of car sold by company P during June?
a) 126%
b) 129%
c) 132%
d) 139%
e) None of these
Explanation :
car sold in January = (17/100)*90000*8/15
car sold in june = (16/100)*90000*7/16
percentage = [(17*8)/(15*7)]*100 = 129% (approx.)

4. If the company earn a profit of rupees 500 on each car sold by company P during April, then what was his total profit in April?
a) 19,00,000
b) 21,00,000
c) 23,00,000
d) 25,00,000
e) None of these
Explanation :
Total profit = 90000*(8/12)*(7/12)*500 = 21,00,000

5. What is the total number of car sold by company Q during March and June together?
a) 16100
b) 15100
c) 12100
d) 17100
e) None of these