Data Analysis & Interpretation section 35 questions and 60 marks
Time – 45 mins
Questions 2125 & 31 – 35 as 1 marks(points) each & remaining 25 questions 2 marks(points) each
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Question 1 of 35
1. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (15) Find the right number in place of question mark “?”.
33⅓, 20, 14(2/7), ? , 9(1/11)
Correct
Explanation:
100/3,100/5, 100/7, 100/9, 100/11
Denominator is a series of odd numbers.Incorrect
Explanation:
100/3,100/5, 100/7, 100/9, 100/11
Denominator is a series of odd numbers. 
Question 2 of 35
2. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (15) Find the right number in place of question mark “?”.
81, 192, 375, ?, 1029
Correct
Explanation:
81= 9^20^2
192=14^22^2
375=20^25^2
= 27^29^2=648
1029=35^214^2Incorrect
Explanation:
81= 9^20^2
192=14^22^2
375=20^25^2
= 27^29^2=648
1029=35^214^2 
Question 3 of 35
3. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (15) Find the right number in place of question mark “?”.
3691, 6931, 9361, 3691, ?
Correct
Explanation:
Let 3=a, 6=b, 9=c, 1=d
= 3691, 6931, 9361, 3691, ?
= abcd, bcad, cabd, abcd, bcadIncorrect
Explanation:
Let 3=a, 6=b, 9=c, 1=d
= 3691, 6931, 9361, 3691, ?
= abcd, bcad, cabd, abcd, bcad 
Question 4 of 35
4. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (15) Find the right number in place of question mark “?”.
1, 16, 44, 98, 204, ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 5 of 35
5. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (15) Find the right number in place of question mark “?”.
14, 10, 28, 17, 49, ?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 6 of 35
6. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (610): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number (N) of candidates (in lakhs) appearing for an entrance examination from six different states and the percentage (P) of candidates clearing the same over the years
What is the respective ratio of total number of candidates clearing the entrance exam from State B in the year 2004 to those clearing the entrance exam from State C in the same year?
Correct
Explanation:
Required ratio= 1.04×51: 1.11×32==221:148Incorrect
Explanation:
Required ratio= 1.04×51: 1.11×32==221:148 
Question 7 of 35
7. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (610): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number (N) of candidates (in lakhs) appearing for an entrance examination from six different states and the percentage (P) of candidates clearing the same over the years
In which year did the highest number of candidates clear the entrance exam from State D?
Correct
Explanation:
It seems that 2009 has the highest value. Now compare it with the year 2008. It comes as 1.098 lakh. There is no need to calculate % of clearing candidates separately for each years. Hence for year 2009 (2.01 x 56% = 1.1256 lakh) “D” has the required highest value.Incorrect
Explanation:
It seems that 2009 has the highest value. Now compare it with the year 2008. It comes as 1.098 lakh. There is no need to calculate % of clearing candidates separately for each years. Hence for year 2009 (2.01 x 56% = 1.1256 lakh) “D” has the required highest value. 
Question 8 of 35
8. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (610): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number (N) of candidates (in lakhs) appearing for an entrance examination from six different states and the percentage (P) of candidates clearing the same over the years
What is the number of candidates not clearing the entrance exam from State A in the year 2007?
Correct
Explanation:
Required number of candidates= 1.98×0.59×10^5=116820Incorrect
Explanation:
Required number of candidates= 1.98×0.59×10^5=116820 
Question 9 of 35
9. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (610): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number (N) of candidates (in lakhs) appearing for an entrance examination from six different states and the percentage (P) of candidates clearing the same over the years
What is the total number of candidates clearing the entrance exam from States E and F together in the year 2006?Correct
Explanation:
1.42×0.49+1.58×0.26=1.1066×10^5=110660Incorrect
Explanation:
1.42×0.49+1.58×0.26=1.1066×10^5=110660 
Question 10 of 35
10. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (610): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow
Number (N) of candidates (in lakhs) appearing for an entrance examination from six different states and the percentage (P) of candidates clearing the same over the years
What is the average number of candidates appearing for the entrance exam from State D in the years 2007, 2008 and 2009 together?
Correct
Explanation:
(1.88+1.08+2.01)/3=1.9066666×10^5=190666.66Incorrect
Explanation:
(1.88+1.08+2.01)/3=1.9066666×10^5=190666.66 
Question 11 of 35
11. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1115): Breakup of number of employees working in different departments of an organization, the number of males and the number of employees who recently got promoted in each department breakup of employees working in different departments.
Total number of employees = 3,600
Employees working in different departments:
Breakup of number of males in each department
Total number of males in the organization= 2,040
Breakup of number of males working in each department
Breakup of number of employees who recently got promoted in each department
Tot al number of employees who got promoted = 1,200
Number of employees who recently got promoted from each department
If half of the number of employees who got promoted from the IT department were males, what was the approximate percentage of males who got promoted from the IT department?Correct
Explanation:
= 0.26x1200x0.5×1/2040×0.20=38%Incorrect
Explanation:
= 0.26x1200x0.5×1/2040×0.20=38% 
Question 12 of 35
12. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1115): Breakup of number of employees working in different departments of an organization, the number of males and the number of employees who recently got promoted in each department breakup of employees working in different departments.
Total number of employees = 3,600
Employees working in different departments:
Breakup of number of males in each department
Total number of males in the organization= 2,040
Breakup of number of males working in each department
Breakup of number of employees who recently got promoted in each department
Tot al number of employees who got promoted = 1,200
Number of employees who recently got promoted from each department
What is the total number of females working in the Production and Marketing departments together?
Correct
Explanation:
Total number of females working in Production + Marketing department
= (Total number of employees working in Production + Marketing)
– (Total number of males working in Production + Marketing department)
= 53% of 3600 65% of 2040 = 1908 – 1326 = 582Incorrect
Explanation:
Total number of females working in Production + Marketing department
= (Total number of employees working in Production + Marketing)
– (Total number of males working in Production + Marketing department)
= 53% of 3600 65% of 2040 = 1908 – 1326 = 582 
Question 13 of 35
13. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1115): Breakup of number of employees working in different departments of an organization, the number of males and the number of employees who recently got promoted in each department breakup of employees working in different departments.
Total number of employees = 3,600
Employees working in different departments:
Breakup of number of males in each department
Total number of males in the organization= 2,040
Breakup of number of males working in each department
Breakup of number of employees who recently got promoted in each department
Tot al number of employees who got promoted = 1,200
Number of employees who recently got promoted from each department
How many females work in the Account s department?
Correct
Explanation:
Required number of females
= 20% of 3600 5% of 2040
= 720 102 =618Incorrect
Explanation:
Required number of females
= 20% of 3600 5% of 2040
= 720 102 =618 
Question 14 of 35
14. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1115): Breakup of number of employees working in different departments of an organization, the number of males and the number of employees who recently got promoted in each department breakup of employees working in different departments.
Total number of employees = 3,600
Employees working in different departments:
Breakup of number of males in each department
Total number of males in the organization= 2,040
Breakup of number of males working in each department
Breakup of number of employees who recently got promoted in each department
Tot al number of employees who got promoted = 1,200
Number of employees who recently got promoted from each department
The total number of employees who got promoted from all the departments together was what percent of the total number of employees working in all the departments together? (Rounded off to the nearest integer)
Correct
Explanation:
=1200/3600=33%Incorrect
Explanation:
=1200/3600=33% 
Question 15 of 35
15. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1115): Breakup of number of employees working in different departments of an organization, the number of males and the number of employees who recently got promoted in each department breakup of employees working in different departments.
Total number of employees = 3,600
Employees working in different departments:
Breakup of number of males in each department
Total number of males in the organization= 2,040
Breakup of number of males working in each department
Breakup of number of employees who recently got promoted in each department
Tot al number of employees who got promoted = 1,200
Number of employees who recently got promoted from each department
The number of employees who got promoted from the HR department was what percent of the total number of employees working in that department? (Rounded off to two digits after decimal)
Correct
Explanation:
Required percentage= 11×1200/(12×3600)=30.55%Incorrect
Explanation:
Required percentage= 11×1200/(12×3600)=30.55% 
Question 16 of 35
16. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1620) A school consisting of a total of 1560 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7:5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes Singing, Dancing and Painting. Onefifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty percent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four percent of the girls are enrolled in both Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred percent of the boys enrolled in the same. Onethirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2:1 respectively. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight percent of the girls are enrolled in both Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty percent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.
What is the total number of boys who are enrolled in Dancing?
Correct
Explanation:
Total number of boys who are enrolled in dancing
= 182 + 70 + 104+ 78 = 434Incorrect
Explanation:
Total number of boys who are enrolled in dancing
= 182 + 70 + 104+ 78 = 434 
Question 17 of 35
17. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1620) A school consisting of a total of 1560 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7:5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes Singing, Dancing and Painting. Onefifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty percent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four percent of the girls are enrolled in both Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred percent of the boys enrolled in the same. Onethirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2:1 respectively. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight percent of the girls are enrolled in both Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty percent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.
Total number of girls enrolled in Singing is approximately what percent of the total number of students in the school ?
Correct
Explanation:
Required percentage= (152+182+65)/1560=26%Incorrect
Explanation:
Required percentage= (152+182+65)/1560=26% 
Question 18 of 35
18. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1620) A school consisting of a total of 1560 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7:5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes Singing, Dancing and Painting. Onefifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty percent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four percent of the girls are enrolled in both Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred percent of the boys enrolled in the same. Onethirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2:1 respectively. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight percent of the girls are enrolled in both Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty percent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.
What is the total number of students enrolled in all the three classes together?
Correct
Explanation:
=70+65=135Incorrect
Explanation:
=70+65=135 
Question 19 of 35
19. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1620) A school consisting of a total of 1560 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7:5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes Singing, Dancing and Painting. Onefifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty percent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four percent of the girls are enrolled in both Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred percent of the boys enrolled in the same. Onethirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2:1 respectively. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight percent of the girls are enrolled in both Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty percent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.
Number of girls enrolled in only Dancing classes is what percent of the boys enrolled in the same? (rounded off to two digits after decimal)
Correct
Explanation:
=65/182=35.71%Incorrect
Explanation:
=65/182=35.71% 
Question 20 of 35
20. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirection (1620) A school consisting of a total of 1560 students has boys and girls in the ratio of 7:5 respectively. All the students are enrolled in different types of hobby classes Singing, Dancing and Painting. Onefifth of the boys are enrolled in only Dancing classes. Twenty percent of the girls are enrolled in only Painting classes. Ten percent of the boys are enrolled in only Singing classes. Twenty four percent of the girls are enrolled in both Singing and Dancing classes together. The number of girls enrolled in only Singing classes is two hundred percent of the boys enrolled in the same. Onethirteenth of the boys are enrolled in all the three classes together. The respective ratio of boys enrolled in Dancing and Painting classes together to the girls enrolled in the same is 2:1 respectively. Ten percent of the girls are enrolled in only Dancing classes whereas eight percent of the girls are enrolled in both Dancing and Painting classes together. The remaining girls are enrolled in all the three classes together. The number of boys enrolled in Singing and Dancing classes together is fifty percent of the number of girls enrolled in the same. The remaining boys are enrolled in only Painting classes.
What is the respective ratio of the number of girls enrolled in only Painting classes to the number of boys enrolled in the same ?
Correct
Explanation:
130:385==26:77Incorrect
Explanation:
130:385==26:77 
Question 21 of 35
21. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Maximum and Minimum temperature (in degree Celsius) recorded on 1st day of each month of five different cities
What is the difference between the maximum temperature of Ontario on 1st November and the minimum temperature of Bhuj on 1st January?Correct
Explanation:
Maximum temperature of Ontario on 1st November = 4° C
Minimum temperature of Bhuj on 1st January = 7°
Difference of temperature
= [ 4 (7)]° C = 11° CIncorrect
Explanation:
Maximum temperature of Ontario on 1st November = 4° C
Minimum temperature of Bhuj on 1st January = 7°
Difference of temperature
= [ 4 (7)]° C = 11° C 
Question 22 of 35
22. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Maximum and Minimum temperature (in degree Celsius) recorded on 1st day of each month of five different cities
In which month respectively is the maximum temperature of Kabul the second highest and the minimum temperature of Sydney the highest?
Correct
Explanation:
The month in which maximum temperature of Kabul is second highest is on 1st October 37° C and the month in which minimum temperature of Sydney is highest on 1st November 3°.Incorrect
Explanation:
The month in which maximum temperature of Kabul is second highest is on 1st October 37° C and the month in which minimum temperature of Sydney is highest on 1st November 3°. 
Question 23 of 35
23. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Maximum and Minimum temperature (in degree Celsius) recorded on 1st day of each month of five different cities
In which month (on 1st day) is the difference between maximum temperature and minimum temperature of Bhuj the second highest?
Correct
Explanation:
The difference between maximum temperature and minimum temperature of Bhuj for 1st day of difference month is listed below.
For 1st September = (24 14) °C = 10°C
For 1st October = (35 21) °C = 14° C
For 1st November = (19 8) °C = 11° C
For 1st December = (9 2) ° C = 7°C
For 1st January = (4(7)) ° C = 3° CIncorrect
Explanation:
The difference between maximum temperature and minimum temperature of Bhuj for 1st day of difference month is listed below.
For 1st September = (24 14) °C = 10°C
For 1st October = (35 21) °C = 14° C
For 1st November = (19 8) °C = 11° C
For 1st December = (9 2) ° C = 7°C
For 1st January = (4(7)) ° C = 3° C 
Question 24 of 35
24. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Maximum and Minimum temperature (in degree Celsius) recorded on 1st day of each month of five different cities
What is the average maximum temperature of Beijing over all the months together?
Correct
Explanation:
(12+9+15+2+5)/5=8.6Incorrect
Explanation:
(12+9+15+2+5)/5=8.6 
Question 25 of 35
25. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (2125): Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow.
Maximum and Minimum temperature (in degree Celsius) recorded on 1st day of each month of five different cities
What is the ratio of the minimum temperature of Beijing on 1st September to the maximum temperature of Ontario on 1st October?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 26 of 35
26. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude
What is the average amount of interest per year which the company had to pay during this period?Correct
Incorrect

Question 27 of 35
27. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative Aptitude
The total amount of bonus paid by the company during the given period is approximately what percent of the total amount of salary paid during this period?Correct
Incorrect

Question 28 of 35
28. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeTotal expenditure on all these items in 2011 was approximately what percent of the total expenditure in 2015?
Correct
Explanation:
Required percentage
= (288 + 98 + 3.00 + 23.4 + 83)/ (420 + 142 + 3.96 + 49.4 + 98) x 100%
= 495.4 /713.36 x 100%= 69.45% (Approx.)Incorrect
Explanation:
Required percentage
= (288 + 98 + 3.00 + 23.4 + 83)/ (420 + 142 + 3.96 + 49.4 + 98) x 100%
= 495.4 /713.36 x 100%= 69.45% (Approx.) 
Question 29 of 35
29. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe total expenditure of the company over these items during the year 2013 is?
Correct
Explanation:
Total expenditure of the Company during 2013
= Rs. (324 + 101 + 3.84 + 41.6 + 74) lakh
= Rs. 544.44 lakhIncorrect
Explanation:
Total expenditure of the Company during 2013
= Rs. (324 + 101 + 3.84 + 41.6 + 74) lakh
= Rs. 544.44 lakh 
Question 30 of 35
30. Question
2 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeThe ratio between the total expenditure on Taxes for all the years and the total expenditure on Fuel and Transport for all the years respectively is approximately?
Correct
Explanation:
Required ratio = (83 + 108 + 74 + 88 + 98): (98 + 112 + 101 + 133 + 142)
= 10 : 13Incorrect
Explanation:
Required ratio = (83 + 108 + 74 + 88 + 98): (98 + 112 + 101 + 133 + 142)
= 10 : 13 
Question 31 of 35
31. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
3/7of 329 + 4/11of 2530 = √? + 894
Correct
Incorrect

Question 32 of 35
32. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
2(1/2) − 1(1/16) =? +1(1/32) − 1(9/64)
Correct
Explanation:
23/16=x7/64
X= 1(25/64)Incorrect
Explanation:
23/16=x7/64
X= 1(25/64) 
Question 33 of 35
33. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
√ (15^2 × 12 ÷ 9– 125 + 21) =?
Correct
Incorrect

Question 34 of 35
34. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(0.64)^4 ÷ (0.512)^3× (0.8)^4 = (0.8)^(?+3)
Correct
Incorrect

Question 35 of 35
35. Question
1 pointsCategory: Quantitative AptitudeDirections (3135): What will come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
(21)^2 − 3717 ÷ 59 =? × 8
Correct
Explanation:
441 − 63 =? × 8
? = 47.25Incorrect
Explanation:
441 − 63 =? × 8
? = 47.25
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