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OHLC || Data Interpretation || CAT 2021 || 27 July

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Question 1

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows data regarding trading of 5 shares on a particular Monday at National Stock Exchange.

Z Value = (Lowest + Opening) Highest

Note:
1) Red Candle – Top end & bottom end represents opening & closing value of the share respectively of a particular day.
2) Green Candle – Top end & bottom end represents closing & opening value of the share respectively of a particular day.
3) Vertical line represents highest & lowest value of the share of a particular day.

For how many of the five shares mentioned, the highest value on that day was more than 50% than the opening value of that day?

Question 2

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows data regarding trading of 5 shares on a particular Monday at National Stock Exchange.

Z Value = (Lowest + Opening) Highest

Note:
1) Red Candle – Top end & bottom end represents opening & closing value of the share respectively of a particular day.
2) Green Candle – Top end & bottom end represents closing & opening value of the share respectively of a particular day.
3) Vertical line represents highest & lowest value of the share of a particular day.

For each of the 5 shares, if all the volume is bought/sold at the average of closing value, opening value, lowest value and the highest value, which share was bought/sold at the 2nd highest value?

Question 3

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows data regarding trading of 5 shares on a particular Monday at National Stock Exchange.

Z Value = (Lowest + Opening) Highest

Note:
1) Red Candle – Top end & bottom end represents opening & closing value of the share respectively of a particular day.
2) Green Candle – Top end & bottom end represents closing & opening value of the share respectively of a particular day.
3) Vertical line represents highest & lowest value of the share of a particular day.

Another share F, whose highest value was 50 % of the highest value of D, the lowest value was 33.33 % more than the lowest value of E, closing value was the same as A and the opening value was 60 % of opening value of B. The average price i.e. the average of lowest and highest trade value of F is lesser than how many shares?

Question 4

Direction: Answer the questions based on the information given below.

OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows data regarding trading of 5 shares on a particular Monday at National Stock Exchange.

Z Value = (Lowest + Opening) Highest

Note:
1) Red Candle – Top end & bottom end represents opening & closing value of the share respectively of a particular day.
2) Green Candle – Top end & bottom end represents closing & opening value of the share respectively of a particular day.
3) Vertical line represents highest & lowest value of the share of a particular day.

Another share F, whose highest value was 50% of the highest value of D, the lowest value was 33.33 % more than the lowest value of E, closing value was the same as the closing value of A and the opening value was 60% of B. The Z value for which share was the lowest?

Question 5

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

5 high blood-pressure patients (Smit, Ishita, Sanchit, Yahan, Takara) get their blood pressure checked 4 times in a day at 8 am, 1 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm in a hospital.

 The given below chart shows the data of the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients on a particular day.

 Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients at 8 am and 11 pm. If the candle is black, it represents that the systolic reading at 8 am is more than the systolic reading at 11 pm. If the candle is white, it represents vice versa.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest systolic reading on the day.

For the readings after the first, if the difference was 20% or more than the earlier reading, it was measured again after 2 hours, otherwise it was measured agin after 3 hours apart from the given timing slots. For all patients, the 8 am, 1 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm readings were respectively their 1st, 3rd, 5th and last readings. If for Takara, all the blood pressure reading took place at 3 hour intervals, what was the maximum possible reading for him?

Question 6

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

5 high blood-pressure patients (Smit, Ishita, Sanchit, Yahan, Takara) get their blood pressure checked 4 times in a day at 8 am, 1 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm in a hospital.

 The given below chart shows the data of the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients on a particular day.

 Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients at 8 am and 11 pm. If the candle is black, it represents that the systolic reading at 8 am is more than the systolic reading at 11 pm. If the candle is white, it represents vice versa.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest systolic reading on the day.

Another patient, Umang was added to the hospital the next day, his previous day record was checked and all his systolic readings were found to be at least 10% more than all the patients for the 4 timings. What was the minimum possible average systolic reading (in mmHg) for the patient? All the systole readings are a multiple of 5 and if the systolic reading is not a multiple of 5 consider the next multiple of 5. For example reading of 101.5 will be considered as 105.

Question 7

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

5 high blood-pressure patients (Smit, Ishita, Sanchit, Yahan, Takara) get their blood pressure checked 4 times in a day at 8 am, 1 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm in a hospital.

 The given below chart shows the data of the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients on a particular day.

 Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients at 8 am and 11 pm. If the candle is black, it represents that the systolic reading at 8 am is more than the systolic reading at 11 pm. If the candle is white, it represents vice versa.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest systolic reading on the day.

If the systolic reading for all the patients was greater for 6 pm than 1 pm, then the average of systolic reading at 8 am and 1 pm for Ishita is what percentage less than the systolic reading at 6 pm for Yahan?

Question 8

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

5 high blood-pressure patients (Smit, Ishita, Sanchit, Yahan, Takara) get their blood pressure checked 4 times in a day at 8 am, 1 pm, 6 pm and 11 pm in a hospital.

 The given below chart shows the data of the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients on a particular day.

 Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the systolic reading (in mmHg) of the 5 patients at 8 am and 11 pm. If the candle is black, it represents that the systolic reading at 8 am is more than the systolic reading at 11 pm. If the candle is white, it represents vice versa.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest systolic reading on the day.

Direction: In the following question two Quantities i.e., Quantity I and Quantity II are given. You have to determine the relation between Quantity I and Quantity II.

Quantity I: The average of the 6 pm systolic reading of the 5 patients.

Quantity II: The average of the systolic reading of the patients with the highest systolic reading for the four timings. (If two patients have highest systolic reading then consider only one of them)

Use the data from the previous question.

Question 9

Direction: OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows the data of the batting performance of 5 premier batsman of RCB in ZPL where each one of them played 14 matches.

Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the average of the highest scoring 6 matches (other than the highest) and lowest scoring 6 matches (other than the lowest) of the player.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest score of the player in the 14 matches.

For how many players, the highest scoring 6 matches (other than the highest) is more than 75% more than the lowest scoring 6 matches (other than the lowest) of the player?

Question 10

Direction: OHLC (Open-High-Low-Close) chart given below shows the data of the batting performance of 5 premier batsman of RCB in ZPL where each one of them played 14 matches.

Note:
1) Candle – Top end & bottom end represent the average of the highest scoring 6 matches (other than the highest) and lowest scoring 6 matches (other than the lowest) of the player.
2) Vertical line represents highest & lowest score of the player in the 14 matches.

De Villiers’s highest possible 5th highest score is more than how many player’s highest score?
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