Data Interpretation Quiz for BOB Manipal and Dena Bank PGDBF 2017 - Set 1

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The bar graph shows the percentage of Indians working in different fields in Russia:




The table shows the average monthly salary ( in euros) in different fields for Indians in Russia over the years 2005-2009



The line graph shows the total number of Indians who worked in Russia in the given years: ( in hundreds)





1. In the year 2005 and 2008 together , the Indians working as a teacher earned how many percent less than the Indians working as doctors in 2006 and 2007?
a) 48%
b) 49.7 %
c) 52.3%
d) 56%
e) None




2.From 2005 to 2009, which field gave the highest average monthly salary to the Indians?
A) Doctor
B) Engineer
C) Teacher
D) Both Doctor and engineer
E) None of the above



3.The number of Indians who worked in other fields in 2009 is how many times of the Indians who worked in other fields in 2005?
a) 1
b) 1.2
c) 1.13
d) 0.97
e) 0.87


4.The difference between the number of Indians who work as teacher in 2006 and the number of Indians who work as engineer in 2008 is:
a) 72 hundred
b) 82 hundred
c) 62 hundred
d) 77 hundred
e) 79 hundred




5.The difference between the total salary of engineers in 2005 and the total salary of doctors in 2009 is :
a) 3,414,460 hundred euros
b) 1,914,960 hundred euros
c) 214,760 hundred euros
d) 1,214,760 hundred euros
e) None




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Answers


1. Ans-b
2005+2008 teacher= (0.26*600) + ( 0.27*740)=356 hundred

2006+2007 doctor=(0.27*950)+(0.41*1100)=708
%less=(708-356)/708 x100 = 49.7%


2. Ans-c
Highest =5792=teacher

3. Ans-d
[0.12x1270]/[0.26x600]=0.97


4. Ans-a
[0.38x950]-[0.39x740]=361-289=72 hundred


5. Ans-d
[0.22x1270x5400]-[0.14x600x3500]=1508760-294000=1,214,760 hundred euros






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