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Quantitative Aptitude: DI Quiz For Upcoming Exams

Data Analysis and Interpretation

Direction (Q1-Q5):Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. A paper factory produces only three types of papers – Premium paper, Average paper and Simple paper. The table given below shows the total paper produced (in ‘000’ kg) and the total paper wasted (in ‘000’ kg) for four quarters of a year for three different types of papers by the paper factory.

q715Final production for any type of paper is defined as follows:
Final Production = Total Production – Total Wastage.

1.  What is the average of the total production (in ‘000’ kg) of all the three types of papers for quarter Q2?

  1. 25
  2. 30
  3. 20
  4. 44
  5. None of these
Solution

2. What is the ratio of the final production of the Premium Paper in quarter Q3 to that of the Simple Paper in quarter Q4?

  1. 11 : 25
  2. 20 : 9
  3. 9 : 20
  4. 25 : 11
  5. None of these
Solution

3. The total wastage of the Premium Paper is approximately what percent of the final production of the Average Paper for all the four quarters?

  1. 15.55%
  2. 20.78%
  3. 25.65%
  4. 27.45%
  5. 35.75%
Solution

4. What is the average of the final production (in ‘000’ kg) of the Simple Paper for all the four quarters?

  1. 49.15
  2. 47.15
  3. 37.35
  4. 40.00
  5. None of these
Solution

5. For which of the following paper types is the wastage as a percentage of the total production for that quarter the lowest?

  1. Premium Paper in quarter Q4
  2. Simple Paper in quarter Q3
  3. Average Paper in quarter Q4
  4. Average Paper in quarter Q3
  5. Premium Paper in quarter Q1
Solution

Direction (Q6-Q10): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. The bar graph given below represents the percentage contribution of various costs that occurred while building six different buildings – A, B, C, D, E and F – in a city.

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6. If labour cost for building A is Rs. 5,00,000 and that for B is Rs. 6,00,000, then find the ratio of material cost for building A to that of for building B

  1. 5 : 4
  2. 4 : 5
  3. 5 : 6
  4. 6 : 5
  5. None of these
Solution

7. If material cost for building C is Rs. 21,00,000, then what is the sum total of labour and designing cost for building C?

  1. Rs. 8,40,000
  2. Rs. 5,60,000
  3. Rs. 10,80,000
  4. Rs. 11,80,000
  5. None of these
Solution

8. If ratio of material cost for buildings D and E is 5 : 4, then find the ratio of designing cost for building D to that for building E.

  1. 4 : 5
  2. 5 : 6
  3. 52 : 55
  4. 55 : 52
  5. Cannot be determined
Solution

9. If labour cost for building F is 33.33% more than that of building E, then find the material cost for building E, given that material cost for building F is Rs. 8,25,000.

  1. Rs. 17,25,000
  2. Rs. 11,20,000
  3. Rs. 11,24,370
  4. Rs. 9,48,750
  5. Rs. 7,94,063
Solution

10. If total cost for building F is Rs. 10,00,000 and that for building A is Rs. 15,00,000, then by approximately what percent is labour cost for building A higher or lower than that of building F?

  1. 6.67%
  2. 5.55%
  3. 10.21%
  4. 7.14%
  5. 8.24%
Solution

 

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