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Day-63: Data Interpretation Quiz for UGC NET Exam

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Question 1

Data Interpretation: Consider the following table that shows the amount of exports (in crore`) from three different companies A. B. and C over the years 2012-2018. Based on the data in the table.

Year-wise amount of Exports from companies

Average annual amount of exports during the given period for company B is approximately what percent (%) of the average annual amount of exports for company C?

Question 2

Data Interpretation: Consider the following table that shows the amount of exports (in crore`) from three different companies A. B. and C over the years 2012-2018. Based on the data in the table.

Year-wise amount of Exports from companies

What was the difference between the average exports of three companies in 2017 and the average exports of three companies in 2012?

Question 3

Data Interpretation: Consider the following table that shows the amount of exports (in crore`) from three different companies A. B. and C over the years 2012-2018. Based on the data in the table.

Year-wise amount of Exports from companies

For which of the following pairs of years, the total exports from the three companies put together are equal?

Question 4

Data Interpretation: Consider the following table that shows the amount of exports (in crore`) from three different companies A. B. and C over the years 2012-2018. Based on the data in the table.

Year-wise amount of Exports from companies

In how many of the given years. were the exports from company A more than its average annual exports over the given years?

Question 5

Data Interpretation: Consider the following table that shows the amount of exports (in crore`) from three different companies A. B. and C over the years 2012-2018. Based on the data in the table.

Year-wise amount of Exports from companies

In which year, the absolute difference between the export8 from companies A and B was the minimum?

Question 6

Direction: Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage wise distribution (%) of the number of laptops sold by a shopkeeper during a period of six months from April to September 2018 and the ratio between the number of Laptops sold of brand HP (H) and brand DELL (D) during the same six months. A total of 45000 laptops have been sold during these six months Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow.


What is the total number of laptops sold of brand D during May and June together?


Question 7

Direction: Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage wise distribution (%) of the number of laptops sold by a shopkeeper during a period of six months from April to September 2018 and the ratio between the number of Laptops sold of brand HP (H) and brand DELL (D) during the same six months. A total of 45000 laptops have been sold during these six months Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow.


If 35% of the laptops sold of brand H during August were sold at a discount, how many laptops of brand H during that month were sold without a discount?

Question 8

Direction: Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage wise distribution (%) of the number of laptops sold by a shopkeeper during a period of six months from April to September 2018 and the ratio between the number of Laptops sold of brand HP (H) and brand DELL (D) during the same six months. A total of 45000 laptops have been sold during these six months Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow.


The number of laptops sold of brand H during April is approximately what percent of the number of laptops sold of brand H during September?

Question 9

Direction: Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage wise distribution (%) of the number of laptops sold by a shopkeeper during a period of six months from April to September 2018 and the ratio between the number of Laptops sold of brand HP (H) and brand DELL (D) during the same six months. A total of 45000 laptops have been sold during these six months Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow.


If the shop keeper earned a profit of Rs. 434 on each laptop sold of brand D during July, what was his total profit earned on the laptops of that brand during the same month?

Question 10

Direction: Consider the following two tables (I and II) that show the percentage wise distribution (%) of the number of laptops sold by a shopkeeper during a period of six months from April to September 2018 and the ratio between the number of Laptops sold of brand HP (H) and brand DELL (D) during the same six months. A total of 45000 laptops have been sold during these six months Study these tables I and II and answer the questions that follow.


What is the ratio of the number of laptops sold of brand D during April to those sold during September of the same brand?
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