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# Combo Chart || Data Interpretation || CAT 2021 || 29 July

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Question 1

Direction: Read the given information below carefully and answer the questions that follow.

6 students (Sebastian, Rick, Healy, Yoshi, Ilahat, Ursula) appeared in three examinations (i.e., Maths, Science and English).

The combo-chart given below shows the marks obtained by them in these three subjects.

Maximum marks in the given three subjects are 100, 150 and 200 in any order.

Marks-index of a student =  × 100

Which of the following students had the second lowest overall percentage of marks?

Question 2

Direction: Read the given information below carefully and answer the questions that follow.

6 students (Sebastian, Rick, Healy, Yoshi, Ilahat, Ursula) appeared in three examinations (i.e., Maths, Science and English).

The combo-chart given below shows the marks obtained by them in these three subjects.

Maximum marks in the given three subjects are 100, 150 and 200 in any order.

Marks-index of a student =  × 100

Marks-index of Yoshi is less than how many other students?

Question 3

Direction: Read the given information below carefully and answer the questions that follow.

6 students (Sebastian, Rick, Healy, Yoshi, Ilahat, Ursula) appeared in three examinations (i.e., Maths, Science and English).

The combo-chart given below shows the marks obtained by them in these three subjects.

Maximum marks in the given three subjects are 100, 150 and 200 in any order.

Marks-index of a student =  × 100

For, which of the following students, ratio of difference in marks of English & Maths to sum of marks in Science & Maths is highest?

Question 4

Direction: Read the given information below carefully and answer the questions that follow.

6 students (Sebastian, Rick, Healy, Yoshi, Ilahat, Ursula) appeared in three examinations (i.e., Maths, Science and English).

The combo-chart given below shows the marks obtained by them in these three subjects.

Maximum marks in the given three subjects are 100, 150 and 200 in any order.

Marks-index of a student =  × 100

If the students are awarded 2 chocolates by the authorities for every 5 marks, they scored above 40% marks in a subject, then in which subject the lowest number of chocolates are rewarded?

Question 5

Direction: Answer the questions with the given information and the graph.

The analyst at a retail giant has modelled the consumer spending and consumer sentiment to prepare a strategy on product offers in the upcoming festive season. The data given in the figure are from last 10 years on 3 parameters namely, food spending (Food_Spend), style spending (Style_Spend), and sentiment index (Sentiment_Index). Study the figure below and Answer the following questions :

From the years mentioned below, in which year total of Food_Spend and StyleSpend as a proportion of Sentiment_Index is lowest ?

Question 6

Direction: Answer the questions with the given information and the graph.

The analyst at a retail giant has modelled the consumer spending and consumer sentiment to prepare a strategy on product offers in the upcoming festive season. The data given in the figure are from last 10 years on 3 parameters namely, food spending (Food_Spend), style spending (Style_Spend), and sentiment index (Sentiment_Index). Study the figure below and Answer the following questions :

From the years mentioned below, in which year Food_Spend as a proportion of Style_Spend is lowest ?

Question 7

Direction: Answer the questions with the given information and the graph.

The analyst at a retail giant has modelled the consumer spending and consumer sentiment to prepare a strategy on product offers in the upcoming festive season. The data given in the figure are from last 10 years on 3 parameters namely, food spending (Food_Spend), style spending (Style_Spend), and sentiment index (Sentiment_Index). Study the figure below and Answer the following questions :

In which year, ratio of annual change in Style_Spend to annual change in Sentiment_Index is highest ?

Question 8

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions that follow.

In the following Bar graph shows the total population(in 1000) and Line graph shows the percentage.

Note:
I. Percentage of male population = 1.5 × Percentage given in line graph
II. Male population =
% of male population × Total population

III. Female population = Total populationMale population

The population of males in city B is what percent less than the population of females in city C?

Question 9

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions that follow.

In the following Bar graph shows the total population(in 1000) and Line graph shows the percentage.

Note:
I. Percentage of male population = 1.5 × Percentage given in line graph
II. Male population =
% of male population × Total population

III. Female population = Total populationMale population

Find the average of number of females in city A, B and E .

Question 10

Direction: Study the following graph carefully and answer the questions that follow.

In the following Bar graph shows the total population(in 1000) and Line graph shows the percentage.

Note:
I. Percentage of male population = 1.5 × Percentage given in line graph
II. Male population =
% of male population × Total population

III. Female population = Total populationMale population

Find the ratio of the sum of the female population of cities A and E to the sum of the total population of the same cities.
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