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Data Interpretation Test 3


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1. What can you conclude from the given statement :
All moon are stars



Explanation:

Solution is:

The Possible conclusions for this statements are
  • All moon are stars
  • Some moon are stars
  • Some stars are moon


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





3. Find the next number, 2, 5, 10, 17, ?



Explanation:

Solution is :
Given : 2, 5 , 10, 17
= 12 +1, 22 + 1, 32 + 1, 42 +1 , (52+1)
So,
Answer is 26


4. A method of permitting the final premium for a risk to be adjusted, subject to an agreed-upon maximum and minimum limit based on actual loss experience is called _________



Explanation:

A type of plan sometimes used when the insured is a large entity. Under this type of plan, the final premium of a policy is not calculated until close to the end of the coverage period.


5. generous





6. WWW provides standardized access to __________





Refer this table

7. The 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?



Explanation:

Solution is
Required ratio = (83 + 108 + 74 + 88 + 98) /(98 + 112 + 101 + 133 + 142) = 451 / 586
approx 1 / 1.3 = 10 : 13
Answer is 10 : 13


8. "Astra" which was in news in recent past is the name of a newly developed _________





9. Two liquids A and B are mixed together in the ratio 1 : 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.



Explanation:

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


Refer the above piechart 

10. If the difference between the two expenditures are represented by 18 in the pie-chart, then these expenditures possibly are ?



Explanation:

Solution is
Given

Central angle of 18 = ( 18 x 100 ) / 360 % of the total expenditure = 5% of the total expenditure.
From the given chart it is clear that
Out of the given combinations, only in combination (d) the difference is 5%
i.e. Paper Cost - Printing Cost = (25% - 20%) of the total expenditure = 5% of the total expenditure.
So the answer is option D


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



Explanation:

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


12. Raja earns 22 % of his investment. If he earns Rs. 187, then how much did he invest ?



Explanation:

Let k be the amount he had invested originally Earning is 187, which 22 % of k. (22/100) x k = 187 => k = 187 x (50/11) = 17 x 50 = 850


13. Where can you find the horizontal split bar on MS Word screen?





14. hasten





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.

15. 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





16. Find the percent of pure gold in 22 carat gold, if 24 carat gold is hundred percent pure gold



Explanation:

In 22 carat gold pure gold is 22 parts out of 4 parts.

Therefore, percent of pure gold in 22 carat gold
= (22/24) x 100 % = 91 2/3 %


17. The Internet allows you to _______





18. 36 men can complete a work in 18 days. In how many days will 54 men can complete the same work?



Explanation:

Less men means more days ( Inverse proportion) 54 : 36 :: 18 : x => x = (36 x 18) / 54 = 36 / 3 = 12 Required number of days = 12, with 54 people working on it


19. Some pen are pencils
All pencils are notes
Statement I : Some pen are notes
Statement II : some notes are not pencils



Explanation:

Solution is:
Statement II is a negative consideration
So only I follows


20. In each question below, four words are printed in bold type are given. These are (a), (b), (c) and (d). One of these words printed in bold may either be wrongly spelt or inappropriate in context. The letter given in the bracket along with that word will be your answer.





21. Some pen are pencils
All pencils are notes
Statement I : Some pen are notes
Statement II : Some notes are pencils



Explanation:

Solution is:
There is a positive considerations
So both I and II follows


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



Explanation:

Solution is
Given
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


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





24. The marked price of a radio is 40% more than its cost price. If a discount of 10% is given on the marked price, find the gain percent.



Explanation:

Let the C.P = 100 Rs.

M.P = 40% more than 100.

M.P = 140 Rs.

He gives discount of 10%,
S.P = 140 - 14 = 126 Rs

Profit 26 Rs.
=> Profit percentage = 26%


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





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





27. What do you understand by the term ‘Mortgage’?





28. Two taps can fill a tank in 20 mins and 30 mins respectively. There is an outlet tap at exactly half level of that rectangular tank which can pump out 50 litres of water per minute. If the outlet tap is open, then it takes 24 mins to fill an empty tank. What is the volume of the tank?



Explanation:

In one minutes, 1/20 + 1/30 = 1/12 of the tank can be filled. The whole can be filled in 12 minutes Outlet tap is taking 12 minutes to empty half tank at the speed of 50 litres per minute Volume of half tank = 50 x 12 = 600 liters Full tank = 1200 liters


29. Find the simple interest on Rs. 70000 at 20 % per annum for 6 years



Explanation:

Principal : 70000 Rate of interest : 20 Number of years : 6 Simple Interest = pnr/100 Simple Interest = (70000 x 6 x 20) / 100 Simple Interest = 84000


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

30. Which of the following should be the Fourth sentence?







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