Advance Quantitative Aptitude- Data Interpretation Questions (With Solutions) Set-24

Advance Quantitative Aptitude- Data Interpretation Questions With Solutions
Advance Quantitative Aptitude- Data Interpretation Questions (With Solutions) Set-24:
List of Practice Data Interpretation Questions for Upcoming SSC CGL Tier II Exam was given here with solutions, candidates those who are preparing for those exams can use this material.


Directions (Questions: 01-05): Study the given pie-charts carefully and answer the questions given below:

The graph shows the expenditure of School A and School B in 2012 under various heads.

Total Expenditure of the School A is Rs. 10 lakh.




1).If the total expenditure of School B is 95% of the total expenditure of School A, then what is the difference between the expenditure on teachers of School A and that on non-teaching staff of School B?
a)    Rs. 1.5 lakh
b)    Rs. 1.1 lakh
c)    Rs. 2 lakh
d)    Rs. 2.5 lakh



2).If the total expenditure of School A is 20% less than the expenditure of School B, then what is the ratio of the expenditure on tour of School B to that of School A?
a)    9 : 7
b)    7 : 5
c)    5 : 3
d)    3 : 2



3).There are 60 teachers (including the principal) in School A of these 30% are new teachers who get 40% less salary than the old ones and the principal gets 10% more salary than an old teacher. What is the salary of a new teacher?
a)    Rs 3212.57
b)    Rs 3658.53
c)    Rs 2835.75
d)    Rs 3789.47



4).In the summer vacation, when sports, tour, electricity and labs are closed, the expenditure of School A reduces by what percent?
a)    47%
b)    35%
c)    32%
d)    41%



5).The total expenditure of School B is Rs 12 lakh and the number of non-teaching staff is 50. If 30% of the non-teaching staff are removed, then the total expenditure reduces by what percent?
a)    12%
b)    4%
c)    6%
d)    8%




Directions (Questions 6-10): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions given below:
Name
Nature of Interest
Principal
Amount
Year
Rate (%)
M
Compound
Rs 10000


4
N
Simple

Rs 29500
3

O
Compound
Rs 20000

2
3
P
Simple


4

Q
Compound


5
2

6).What is the principal of N if the ratio of interest rate of M to that of N is 2 : 3?
a)    Rs 10449
b)    Rs  20230
c)    Rs 25000
d)    Rs 17121



7).what is the amount of O, if the interest is compounded yearly for 2 years?
a)    Rs 19165.7
b)    Rs 20320.9
c)    Rs 21218
d)    Rs 22418



8).If the ratio of principal of O to that of P is 4 : 5 and the rate of interest of P is 10% more than that of O, then what is the interest of P?
a)    Rs 3300
b)    Rs 3142
c)    Rs 3201
d)    Rs 2890



9).At what rate of interest the amount of N becomes five times that of his principal?
a)    63.58%
b)    69.96%
c)    60%
d)    133.33%



10).What is the amount of Q when the principal of Q  is 20% more than of his principal?
a)    Rs 32321.5
b)    Rs 13248.97
c)    Rs 54974.19
d)    Rs 32863.24



Answers:                                 
1). b)   2). d)   3). c)   4). e)   5). c)   6). c)   7). c)   8). a)   9). d)   10). b)