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Data Interpretation Test 10

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1. If for a certain quantity of books, the publisher has to pay Rs. 30,600 as printing cost, then what will be amount of royalty to be paid for these books?


Let the amount of Royalty to be paid for these books be Rs. r. Then, 20 : 15 = 30600 : r => r = Rs. ( 30600 x 15 )/20 = Rs. 22,950.

2. In 2010, China became the third country in the world to possess an anti satellite weapon system. The other two countries are ________

3. What is the file extension of MS - Word 2003 document?

4. Which of the following is a measure taken by Reserve Bank of India to control inflation in our country?

5. A train travels from City X to City Y at a speed of 21 kmph, while on its return journey the train was travelling at speed of 28 kmph. Find the average speed of the train.


"Let x be the speed of the train while going from City X to Y. Let y be the speed of the train while going from City Y to X. Average speed of the train is given by = 2xy/(x+y) Average speed = (2 x 21 x 28) / (21 + 28 ) Average speed = 24"

6. A huge tidal Wave swept away many fishing boats and hutments of the fishermen living along the coastline.

Course of Action I : The fishermen should henceforth be restrained from constructing their huts along the coast line.

Course of Action II : The local administration should send a team of officials to assess the extent of damage and suggest remedial measures.


Solution is
  • Fishermen should henceforth be restrained from constructing their huts along the coast line and also a team of officials should be sent to inspect the situation
  • So both I and II follows

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7. If for an edition of the book, the cost of paper is Rs. 56250, then find the promotion cost for this edition.


Let the Promotion Cost for this edition be Rs. p. Then, 25 : 10 = 56250 : p => p = Rs. ( 56250 x 10 )/25 = Rs. 22,500.

8. What should come in place of X in the below number series?
83, 54, X , -4, -33


Solution is
The given series is 83, 54, X , -4, -33
Consecutive numbers decreases by 29
Following this pattern, the Missing Number X should decrease by 29 from the previous number
When we subract 29 to the number before X (i.e 54)
we get 54 - 29 = 25

9. A,B,C complete a given work in 12 , 42 and 28 days respectively. If all three of them work together, in how many days the work will get completed ?


Solution is

A's 1 day work = 1/12
B's 1 day work = 1/42
C's 1 day work = 1/28
All three are working together
A+B+C 's1 day work = (1/12) + (1/42) + (1/28)
[L C M of 12 , 42 , 28 = 84]
= (7 + 2 + 3) / 84 = 12 / 84
A+B+C 's 1 day work = 1/7
A+B+C will take 7 days to finish the work
Answer is 7

10. Statements: A Corporate General Manager asked four managers to either submit their resignations by the next day or face termination orders from service. Three of them had submitted their resignations by that evening.

Conclusion I : The next day, the remaining manager would also resign.

Conclusion II : The General Manager would terminate his services the next day.


Solution is
  • It is mentioned in the statement that either the managers should resign by the next day or their services would be terminated.
  • So, either I or II follows.

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11. What was the percentage increase in the foreign exchange reserves in 1997-98 over 1993-94?


Solution is
  • Foreign exchange reserves in 1997 - 1998 = 5040 million US $.
  • Foreign exchange reserves in 1993 - 1994 = 2520 million US $.
  • Therefore Increase = ( 5040 - 2520 ) = 2520 US $.
Therefore Percentage Increase = ( 2520 / 2520 ) x 100 %
= 100%

12. Two liquids A and B are mixed together in the ratio 2 : 3. The average cost of liquid B is Rs 30 per liter and the average cost of the mixture is Rs. 25 per liter, then find the average cost of liquid A per liter.


Solution is
Given liquids A and B = 2 : 3
Average cost of mixture = Rs. 25 / liter
Average cost of liquid B = Rs. 30 / liter
Let Average cost of liquid A = x per liter

According to the alligation equation,
( 30 - 25 ) / ( 25 - x ) = 2 / 3
=> 5 / ( 25 - x ) = 2 / 3
=> 5 x 3 / 2 = ( 25 - x )
=> 15 / 2 = 25 - x
=> 7.5 = 25 - x
=> x = 25 - 7.5
x = 17.5
So, Average cost of liquid A =17.5 per liter

13. A cistern can be filled by pipes A and B in 4 hrs and 6 hrs respectively. When full, the tank can be emptied by pipe C in 8 hrs. If all the taps were turned on at the same time, then the cistern will be full in


In one hour ? + 1/6 ? 1/8 = 7/24 of the cistern will be filled. While cistern will be filled in 24/7 hours = 3hrs + 60 x (3/7) minutes 3 hrs and 26 minutes

14. A hexadigit can be represented by ___________

15. Which of the following menu types is also called a drop-down menu?

16. Find the simple interest on Rs. 200 at 7 % per annum for 4 years


Solution is
Principal : 200
Rate of interest : 7
Number of years : 4
Simple Interest = pnr/100
Simple Interest = (200 x 4 x 7) / 100
Simple Interest = 56
Answer is 56

17. The average weight of a class of 20 boys was calculated to be 58.4 kgs and it was later found that one weight was misread as 56 kg instead of 65 kg. What is the correct weight?


Actual total weight is (20X 58.4 - 56 + 65) = 1177 Kgs Actual average weight is 1177/20 = 58.85kgs

18. Programming language built into user programs such as Word and Excel are known as _______ 

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below. Certain words/phrases have been printed in bold to help you locate them.

The recurrence of a major earthquake on May 12 — this time measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale — with its epicentre near Kodari in Nepal, barely a fortnight after the devastating temblor in the landlocked country, has once again raised questions about preparedness for such disasters in the subcontinent. India is divided into five seismic zones, with Zone 5 being the most active and earthquake-prone. The Himalayan regions, the Assam and Burma region, and the Bhuj region in the west fall in this category. While the time of occurrence of a big earthquake cannot be predicted accurately with existing technology, the foreknowledge of potential danger areas can help mitigate the impact of a disaster. The reason for earthquakes occurring in Nepal is knvvown: the movement of the Indian tectonic plate against the Eurasian plate. Along the Himalayas lie two fault-lines: the Main Boundary Thrust and the Main Central Thrust. Running parallel to the Himalayan ranges to a width of 100 km to 120 km, this region has a history of earthquakes. In the last 120 years, there have been four major events: 1897 (Shillong), 1905 (Himachal Pradesh, Kangra), 1934 (Nepal-Bihar border), 1950 (Arunachal Pradesh, then a part of the North East Frontier Agency or NEFA).

The movement of the Indian tectonic plate against the Eurasian plate has created accumulated stress. This stress is released in a manner that makes predicting earthquakes impossible. When a major event happens, part of the stress is released at that point but accumulates in a different part of the belt. Thus there is no natural escape for the region from susceptibility to earthquakes. The best-laid plans for disaster mitigation following quakes can go awry, but some lessons can be learnt from the past. However, as the gap between the occurrence of major earthquakes in a given region could stretch over more than a lifespan, memories can fade and mitigation plans may not be grounded in lived experience. The real advancement that has been made recently in India is, for instance, the setting up of many seismological stations, especially after the Bhuj earthquake of 2001. Measurements from these stations and global positioning system data now tell us the Indian plate is moving north at a speed of 5 metres a year. This would contribute to stress accumulation and to seismic activity even in Zones 2, 3 and 4. We need to accept earthquakes as a reality and do everything in our power to redefine development plans, especially in terms of building quake-resistant buildings. There should be systematic resort to “disaster drills” to educate the public on what to do during an earthquake. Preparedness is the key to managing any more such disasters.

19. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
A) There is no natural escape for the region from susceptibility to earthquakes
B) India has set up many seismological equipments after Bhuj quake 2001.
C) The prediction of earthquake is not possible but the foreknowledge of the big disaster can help mitigate the aftereffect

20. Which of the following is NOT a source of funds of a commercial bank?

21. hinder

22. What type of loan is granted by banks for purchase of white goods?

23. If every alternate letter, starting with A, is removed from the alphabet, which letter among the remaining letters would be 3rd to the right of the 5th letter from the right?


Solution is
New sequence after arrangement
Now, 3rd to the right of the 5th from right = ( 5 - 3 ) nd from right = 2nd from right = X
Answer is X

24. The binary equivalent of decimal number 98 is ________

25. What would be the compound interest accrued on an amount of 4500 Rs. at the end of 2 years at the rate of 10 % per annum ?


Given principal = 4500

No. of years = 2

Rate of interest = 10

Amount = P x (1+r/100)^n,

we get Amount = 4500 x (1+10/100)^2

Ans : 5445

Given below five statements, arrange them in the proper order and answer the following questions based on it.
(A) It is fixed on Tuesday.
(B) We have, therefore, called him for intenview.
(C) Due to his illness he lost that job.
(D) Ramesh was working in a factory.
(E) Hence, he has applied for a job in my office

26. Which of the following should be the Second sentence?

27. A letter lock consists of 4 rings, each ring contains 9 non-zero digits. This lock can be opened by setting a 4 digit code with the proper combination of each of the 4 rings Maximum how many codes can be formed to open the lock?


9 x 9 x 9 x 9 = 94

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28. The total expenditure of the company over these items during the year 2000 is?


Total expenditure of the Company during 2000 = Rs. (324 + 101 + 3.84 + 41.6 + 74) lakhs = Rs. 544.44 lakhs.

29. The ____________ manual tells you how to use a software program.

Six friends A, B, C, D, E and F are sitting around the hexagonal table each at one corner. A is second to the left of F. B is the neighbour of C and D. E is second to the left of D.

30. Find the odd man out ?


Solution is
clearly it isBC

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