# Data Interpretation for IBPS Bank Exams 2016 -17

Learning some ** data interpretation short tricks** makes you get a good score in IBPS Bank Exams. In every bank exam, we used to get minimum 20 questions to maximum 30 questions out of 50 qs in

**Quantitative Aptitude**Section.

With the analysis of previous exams, We get5 questions are very easy ,5 to 10 questions are moderate and 5 to 10 questions in High level or Time Consuming. If we plan to attempt the questions in a smart way by skipping the hard and time-consuming questions and plan those questions to attempt at the end of the exam if time permits at last.

Practicing these DI problems with some short tricks makes you do fast calculations and helps in Time Management in Bank Exams.

Let us solve some Data Interpretation problems.

**Data Interpretation Practice Problems:**

1. Study the pie-chart carefully to answer the following questions.

Percentage of students studying different specialization in a Management Institute.

A total number of students = 4500.

1.1) What is the total number of men studying in the institute?

(a) 1665

**(b) 2421**

(c) 2025

(d) 1954

Solution: ( Total Men /total students )* 45000 = [(2+7+5+ 17+1+5)/(5+2=6+27+3+9)] * 45000

= 37/62 *45000 = 2500 (calculate this using approxmations and check option near by answer)

1.2) The number of studying Marketing is approximate what percent of a total number of students in the institute?

(a) 5

(b) 12

(c) 15

**(d) 7**

(e) None of these

1.3) What is the total number of men studying Banking and International Business?

(a) 1125

(b) 297

**(c) 1015**

(d) 594

(e) None of these.

1.4) The number of women studying Finance is what percent of the number of men studying the same?

**(a) 80**

(b) 65

(c) 95

(d) 70

(e) None of these

1.5) In which specialization do the maximum number of women study?

(a) HR

**(b) IT**

(c) Marketing

(d) Finance

(e) None of these

2. These questions are based on the following pie-charts.

Classification of appeared candidates in a competitive test from different stats and qualified candidates from those states

Appeared candidates = 45000.

2.1) What is the ratio of the number of appeared candidates from states C and E together to that of the appeared candidates from States A and F together?

**(a) 17: 33**

(b) 11:13

(c) 13:27

(d) 17:27

(e) None of these

**Solution:** 8+9/ 15+18 = 17:33

2.2) In which state, the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to that of appeared candidates is minimum?

(a) C

(b) F

(c) D

**(d) G**

(e) None of these.

**Ans.:** Here, do not find the ratio of the no. of qualified candidates to that of appeared candidates.

Simply check the ratio of % qualified candidates with respect to the appeared is the least for which state.

2.3) What is the difference between the number of qualified candidates of States D and those of G?

(a) 690

(b) 670

(c) 780

**(d) 720**

(e) None of these

**Solution:** (21-13)% of 9000 = 720.

2.4) What is the percentage of qualified candidates with respect to the appeared candidates from state B and C taken together (rounded to two decimal places)?

(a) 23.11

**(b) 24.21**

(c) 21.24

(d) 23

(e) None of these.

**Answer:** [(16+7)% of 9000/ (11+8)% of 45000 ]*100

=** 24.21%**

2.5) What is the ratio between the number of candidates qualified from states B and D together to the number of candidates appeared from state C respectively?

(a) 8:37

(b) 11:12

**(c) 37:40**

(d) 7:37

(e) None of these.

**Solution:** (16+21)% of 9000 : 8% of 45000

= 37:40