Data Interpretation Table Chart Questions With Solutions for IBPS Clerks
Tabular Chart DI Questions SET 1:
I. Study the following table, showing monthly sales of cars of five types by five automobile shops to answer the questions that follow.
Type | Automobile Shops | ||||
P | Q | R | S | T | |
A | 1250 | 3500 | 1360 | 2240 | 210 |
B | 2100 | 3080 | 3700 | 4200 | 920 |
C | 3460 | 4400 | 4860 | 4860 | 4760 |
D | 900 | 680 | 700 | 1120 | 600 |
E | 300 | 440 | 1200 | 1250 | 280 |
1.1) Which shop has the lowest sales of both type B and type E as compared to other shops?
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) T
The shop T has the lowest sales of both B-type (920) and E-type (280) cars.
1.2) Which shop has a share of 15% sales of the total type D sold by all the shops?
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) T
15% of 4000 = 600
(do mental calculations to get quick answers. for example, 10% of 4000 is 400 and
5% of 4000 is 200 and then total 600 and then check for 600 in the table)
1.3) Which shop has the highest sale of cars of all the types?
(a) P
(b) Q
(c) R
(d) S
1.4) Which shop sells cars of type B seven times to that of type E sold by it?
(a) Only P
(b) Only Q
(c) Both P and Q
(d) Only T
1.5) Among all the shops, the lowest sale of type A is the highest sale of which of the following types?
(a) B
(b) C
(c) D
(d) E
For type, A cars the lowest sale is shown by the hop T which has the maximum sale (4760)
of type C cars.
Table Chart DI Questions SET 2:
Study the following table carefully and answer the questions given below.
The number of students studying in different faculties in seven institutions.
Institution | FACULTY | ||||
Art | Commerce | Science | Engineering | Management | |
A B C D E F G |
125 96 144 165 215 184 225 |
187 152 235 138 196 212 206 |
216 198 110 245 287 195 182 |
98 157 164 66 86 112 138 |
74 147 127 36 66 97 89 |
1. What is the percentage of students studying science to the total number of students studying in the Institute G?
(a) 17.20
(b) 12.70
(c) 21 1/3
(d) 21 2/3
(e) None of these
Solution:
Total number of students studying in the Institute G = 225 + 206 + 182 + 138 + 89 = 840
The no. of students of Institute G studying Science = 182
Required percentage = [182/ 840] ×100 = 21.66 = 21 66/100 = 21 2/3 (approx..)
2. Out of the total students of the institute ‘D’ approximately. What percentage of students are studying management?
(a) 9
(b) 8
(c) 12
(d) 10
(e) 5
Solution: Total students of D = 165 + 138 + 245 + 66 + 36 = 647
Required percentage = [36/647]× 100 = 5.5
3. The total number of students studying art in institutes A, B and C together is approximate.
What percentage of the total number of students studying commerce in institutes D, E, F, and G together?
(a) 50
(b) 45
(c) 42
(d) 55
(e) 53
Number of Students studying Arts in institutes A, B and C = 125 + 96 + 144 = 365
Number of students studying commerce in institute D, E, F and G = 138 + 96 + 212 + 206
= 752.
Required percentage = [365/752]× 100 = 48.5%
4. What is the percentage of students studying Engineering in institute C to the total students of all institutions studying Engineering? (rounded to the nearest integer).
(a) 19
(b) 20
(c) 19
(d) 21
(e) None of these
Solution:
Total number of Engineering students in all institutes = 98 + 157 + 164 + 66 + 86 + 112 + 138 = 821
No. of Engineering Students in Institute C = 164
Required percentage = [164/821]× 100 = 20.97% = 21
5. In which institution, the percentage of students studying commerce to the total students of that institution is maximum?
(a) F
(b) G
(c) C
(d) A
(e) None of these.
Solution:
First, find the total students in each institute A, B, C, D, E, F, and G. and then compare commerce students with that of total students.
Here,
The required percentage of C is maximum.
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