# How to Solve Missing D.I Questions?

By Jyoti Bisht|Updated : September 10th, 2021

Today we will discuss Missing Data Interpretation Questions that are asked in bank and insurance exams. You can expect 1-2 sets of Missing DI questions in the upcoming SBI PO and LIC AAO Exams. With Practice, You can easily score excellent marks in Data Interpretation and Analysis. Go through these notes to understand the concept of Missing DI Questions and methods to solve them.

## How to Solve Missing DI Questions

### What is Missing DI?

Missing D.I. questions are specific types of data presentation where the data is represented mostly in the form of a table and some data are missing in the table. In these types of questions, all data are related to each other and on the basis of one data, you have to find missing data and then solve the questions asked.

So, to help you solve Missing DI, today, we are providing you Important Short Tricks on Missing DI which will be helpful to solve questions in exams :

## How to solve Missing Data Interpretation Questions

Understanding the various condition of the Missing DI table is very important. Try to find a relation between data in missing D.I on the basis of condition. To make the chapter easy for you all, we are sharing with you important tips to solve Missing Table Questions in DI. Here we are explaining two types of Missing D.I questions with explanation.

### Type 1 - Missing D.I Sample Question

Direction:(1-4) Study the following table carefully and answers the following questions carefully.

Details of various items sold by Shop keeper. Question 1:- If the shopkeeper earns 5% profit on Wheat then what percent discount is allowed by shop keeper?

(1) 12.5%

(2) 15%

(3) 18%

(4) 10%

(5) None of these

Note:- In this type of question you can approach two types

(1). Fill all blank space given in the table

(2). Try to approach the whole set according to the question as there are many missing terms.

Explanation:-

In this question we have cost price and profit% on the basis of given values easily find out the discount %

Markup price of Wheat = (800*20)/100 = 160 → 800+160 = 960

5% profit means selling price is = 840

Required discount % = (960 – 840)/960 = 12.5%

Question 2:- What percentage of profit earn by the shopkeeper on oil?

(1) 15%

(2) 25%

(3) 20%

(4) 18%

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

Here we have cost & selling price of oil so easily can find percentage values of profit

Required profit % = (192-160)/160 = 20%

Question 3:- Ifshopkeeperr allowed 10% discount on mark price of Wheat then what is the selling price of the Wheat?

(1) Rs. 875

(2) Rs. 864

(3) Rs. 892

(4) Rs. 882

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

In this question, we have cost price and markup% on the basis of given values to easily find out the selling price.

Mark price of Wheat = 960

After allowing 10% discount = (960*10)/100 = 96

Selling price of the Wheat = 960 -96 = 864

Question 4:- If the shopkeeper faces a 20% loss on Rice then what is the cost price of the Rice?

(1) Rs. 750

(2) Rs. 580

(3) Rs. 700

(4) Rs. 620

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

In this question, we have selling price and loss% on the basis of given values easily find out the cost price.

Cost price of Rice = (600*100)/80 = 750

### Type 2- Missing D.I Sample Question

Directions (5-8): In the following questions information about the number of candidates interviewed by five public banks on different working days has been provided. You are required to read the table carefully and answer the questions given below:

Number of candidates interviewed by five banks on different working days Note:- In this type of question before proceeding to the question, our aim should be to find the missing values because of very less number of missing spaces.

Missing Values in PNB =  [112- (17+21+23+10+17)] = 24

Missing Values in BOI =  [109- (18+22+14+10+26)] = 19

Missing Values in IDBI =  [108- (23+14+23+12+20)] = 16

Missing Values in ICICI =  [123- (25+28+23+15+20)] = 12

Question 5:- What is the respective ratio between the number of candidates interviewed by ICICI banks on Friday and Saturday together and that of candidates interviewed by BOI banks on the same day?

(1) 35:38

(2) 39:40

(3) 43:44

(4) 45:46

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

Required Ratio = (15+20) :(10+26) = 35 : 36

Question 6:-The number of candidates interviewed by IDBI bank on Wednesday is what percent of the total number of candidates interviewed by all banks on the same day

(1) 26.65

(2) 23.45

(3) 28.45

(4) 24.35

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

Required percentage = {23/98 * 100} = 23.45

Question 7:-What is the number of candidates interviewed by all banks on Tuesday?

(1) 101

(2) 108

(3) 104

(4) 107

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

Required number = (21+19+14+28+25) = 107

Question 8:-By Approximate what percent the number of candidates interviewed by ICICI bank on Thursday increased with respect to that of interviewed on the previous day?

(1) 80%

(2) 96%

(3) 88%

(4) 92%

(5) None of these

Explanation:-

Required percentage = (23-12)/12 * 100 = 91.66%

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write a comment ShirishaApr 11, 2019

Thank you mam for ur efforts..but plz increase the level..we want this type of explanation Harish NandaJun 30, 2020

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