## SBI CWE PO/MT - Data Analysis & Interpretation

Common Written Examination for Probationary Officer / Management Trainees - English Language

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Question 1 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**1. If the number of students with Mechanical specialisation in each institute increased by 20% and the number of students with Electronics specialisation in each institute decreased by 15% from 2012 to 2013, total number of students with Mechanical from all the institutes in 2013 is approximately, what per cent of the total number of students with Electronics specialisation from all the institutes in 2013 ?**

A | 122 |

B | 116 |

C | 162 |

D | 132 |

E | 178 |

Question 2 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**2. What is the ratio between total number of students in institutes R and V respectively ?**

A | 39 : 43 |

B | 39 : 44 |

C | 37 : 44 |

D | 39 : 45 |

E | 38 : 43 |

Question 3 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**3. What is the difference between total number of students with IT specialisation from all the institutes together and the total number of students with Mechanical specialisation from all the institutes together ?**

A | 260 |

B | 240 |

C | 280 |

D | 220 |

E | 250 |

Question 4 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**4. If the number of students in institutes P, Q and R with IT specialisation increased by 15%, 22% and 10% respectively from 2012 to 2013, what was the total number of students with IT specialisation in the three institutes together in 2013 ?**

A | 1028 |

B | 1056 |

C | 1043 |

D | 1142 |

E | 1145 |

Question 5 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**5. If out of the total number of students for all three specialisations together in institute Q number of students having liking for Music, Painting and Cricket are in the ratio of 5 : 6 : 7 respectively, then what is the number of students liking Music from this institute ?**

A | 250 |

B | 300 |

C | 350 |

D | 360 |

E | 280 |

Question 6 |

**Directions—(Q. 1–6) Study the following graph carefully to answer the given question—**

**6. In institutes P, T and U the per centage of girls out of total number of students with Electronics specialisation in respective institute is 50%, 55% and 48% respectively, what is the total number boys in these three institutes with Electronics specialisation ?**

A | 340 |

B | 386 |

C | 356 |

D | 360 |

E | 314 |

Question 7 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**7. Which of the given statements is/are true ? (a) Total advertisement revenue generated from online version by magazine T in all the given months together is exactly 44% less than the total advertisement revenue generated from printed version by the same magazine in all the given months together. (b) The difference between advertisement revenue generated (from both online and printed version) by all the given magazines in January and advertisement revenue generated (from both online and printed version) by all the given magazines in June is 62,000. (c) Only for one magazine advertisement revenue generated from printed version displayed a constant increase from previous months during the given 6 months period.**

A | Only (b) and (c) |

B | Only (a) and (b) |

C | Only (a) |

D | Only (b) |

E | All (a), (b) and (c) |

Question 8 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**8. Total advertisement revenue generated from online version by Magazine U in all the given months together is by what per cent more than the total advertisement revenue generated from printed version by the same magazine in all the given months together ?**

A | 25 |

B | 27.5 |

C | 35 |

D | 30 |

E | 32.5 |

Question 9 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**9. In case of Magazine R, between which two given months was there approximately 15% rise in advertisement revenues generated (from both printed and online version together) ?**

A | January–February |

B | February–March |

C | May–June |

D | March–April |

E | April–May |

Question 10 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**10. The respective ratio of advertisement revenue generated from printed version by Magazine P to advertisement revenue generated from online version by the same magazine in July is same as the respective ratio of advertisement revenue generated from printed version by Magazine Q to advertisement revenue generated from online version by the same magazine in March. If the advertisement revenue generated from online version by Magazine P in July was 1,08,000, what was the advertisement revenue generated from printed version by the same magazine in July ?**

A | Rs.1,87,000 |

B | Rs.1,53,000 |

C | Rs.1,36,000 |

D | Rs.1,70,000 |

E | Rs.1,19,000 |

Question 11 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**11. What is the respective ratio between total advertisement revenue generated from online version of all the given magazines together in February and total advertisement revenue generated from printed version of all the given magazines together in May ?**

A | 33 : 28 |

B | 39 : 28 |

C | 27 : 16 |

D | 33 : 20 |

E | 27 : 22 |

Question 12 |

**Directions—(Q. 7–12) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**12. Total advertisement revenue generated from printed version by Magazine P in January and April together is what per cent less than the total advertisement revenues generated from online version by Magazine S in February and June together ?**

A | 22 |

B | 14 |

C | 27 |

D | 19 |

E | 17 |

Question 13 |

**Directions—(Q. 13–17) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**13. If the number of male Postgraduate employees in Country H is 1800, what per cent of female employees in that particular country is Post-graduate ?**

A | 76 |

B | 74 |

C | 72 |

D | 64 |

E | 68 |

Question 14 |

**Directions—(Q. 13–17) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**14. In which of the given countries is percentage of women employees to number of employees (both male and female) in that country the second lowest ?**

A | G |

B | B |

C | E |

D | H |

E | D |

Question 15 |

**Directions—(Q. 13–17) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**15. What is the respective ratio between total number of male employees in countries B and H togethe and total number of female employees in countries C and D together ?**

A | 63 : 52 |

B | 51 : 38 |

C | 77 : 64 |

D | 69 : 44 |

E | 57 : 40 |

Question 16 |

**Directions—(Q. 13–17) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**16. What is the difference between average number of Post-graduate employees in countries A, B and D together and average number of Post-graduate employees in countries F, G and H together ?**

A | 282 |

B | 276 |

C | 316 |

D | 342 |

E | 294 |

Question 17 |

**Directions—(Q. 13–17) Study the table and answer the given question—**

**17. Which of the given countries has the highest number of average employees per office ?**

A | F |

B | H |

C | B |

D | C |

E | D |

Question 18 |

**Directions—(Q. 18–22) Study the following graph carefully to answer the question—**

**18. Total number of students playing Carrom and Hockey together from school P is what per cent of the total number of students playing these two games together from school R ?**

A | 68 3/16 |

B | 62 3/13 |

C | 72 |

D | 63 3/13 |

E | 62 3/16 |

Question 19 |

**Directions—(Q. 18–22) Study the following graph carefully to answer the question—**

**19. If the number of students playing each game in school S is increased by 15% and the number of students playing each game in school Q is decreased by 5% what will be the difference between number of students in schools S and Q ?**

A | 54 |

B | 218 |

C | 356 |

D | 224 |

E | 205 |

Question 20 |

**Directions—(Q. 18–22) Study the following graph carefully to answer the question—**

**20. If out of the students playing Cricket from schools Q, S and T 40%, 35% and 45% respectively got selected for state level competition, what was the total number of students got selected for State level compe-tition from these three schools together ?**

A | 346 |

B | 241 |

C | 292 |

D | 283 |

E | 268 |

Question 21 |

**Directions—(Q. 18–22) Study the following graph carefully to answer the question—**

**21. Total number of students playing Hockey from all schools together is approximately what per cent of the total number of students playing Cricket from all school together ?**

A | 84 |

B | 74 |

C | 72 |

D | 78 |

E | 70 |

Question 22 |

**Directions—(Q. 18–22) Study the following graph carefully to answer the question—**

**22. From school P, out of the students playing Carrom, 40% got selected for State level competition, out of which 25% further got selected for National level competition. From school T, out of the students playing Carrom, 45% got selected for State level competition, out of which two-third further got selected for National level competition. What is the total number of students playing carrom from these two schools who got selected for National level competition ?**

A | 106 |

B | 98 |

C | 112 |

D | 108 |

E | 96 |

Question 23 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**23. Urban population of Maharashtra and Orissa together is what per cent of the total population of these two states ? (rounded off to two digits after decimal) ?**

A | 32·49 |

B | 35·59 |

C | 38·55 |

D | 32·85 |

E | 36·57 |

Question 24 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**24. Approximately, by what per cent is the urban population of Maharashtra less than its rural population ?**

A | 33 |

B | 39 |

C | 49 |

D | 45 |

E | 34 |

Question 25 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**25. What per cent of the total population of West Bengal, Orissa and Madhya Pradesh together is illiterate ? (rounded off to nearest integer)**

A | 28 |

B | 34 |

C | 29 |

D | 33 |

E | 31 |

Question 26 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**26. What is the difference between number of graduates from Madhya Pradesh and Uttaranchal ?**

A | 3,66,340 |

B | 3,49,185 |

C | 2,88,185 |

D | 3,82,340 |

E | 3,55,840 |

Question 27 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**27. What is the total number of graduates from Orissa, West Bengal and Maharashtra together ?**

A | 15,09,695 |

B | 15,29,559 |

C | 16,43,780 |

D | 16,19,455 |

E | 16,29,095 |

Question 28 |

**Directions—(Q. 23–28) Study the following table carefully and answer the question—**

**28. What is the ratio between total female population of Tamil Nadu and Jharkhand together and the total male population of these two states together respectively ?**

A | 697 : 798 |

B | 715 : 797 |

C | 708 : 797 |

D | 698 : 797 |

E | 696 : 797 |

Question 29 |

**Directions—(Q. 29–35) Study type following information carefully to answer the question— In a Medical College there are 1600 students studying Dentistry and Homeopathy. Each student from each course knows one or more languages out of English, Hindi and Bangla 45% of the students study Dentistry and remaining students study Homeopathy. Out of the students studying Dentistry boys and girls are in the ratio of 5 : 3 respectively. Out of the boys studying Dentistry, 16% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 4% know only Bangla, 24% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla,14% know Hindi as well as Bangla Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Dentistry, 20% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 10% know only Bangla 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages. Out of the students studying Homeopathy boys and girls are in the ratio of 4 : 7 respectively. Out of the boys studying Homeopathy, 20% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 15% know English as well as Hindi, 25% know English as well as Bangla, 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Homeopathy, 15% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 15% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages.**

**29. How many students studying Dentistry know only either English or Hindi ?**

A | 166 |

B | 162 |

C | 308 |

D | 198 |

E | 248 |

Question 30 |

**Directions—(Q. 29–35) Study type following information carefully to answer the question— In a Medical College there are 1600 students studying Dentistry and Homeopathy. Each student from each course knows one or more languages out of English, Hindi and Bangla 45% of the students study Dentistry and remaining students study Homeopathy. Out of the students studying Dentistry boys and girls are in the ratio of 5 : 3 respectively. Out of the boys studying Dentistry, 16% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 4% know only Bangla, 24% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla,14% know Hindi as well as Bangla Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Dentistry, 20% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 10% know only Bangla 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages. Out of the students studying Homeopathy boys and girls are in the ratio of 4 : 7 respectively. Out of the boys studying Homeopathy, 20% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 15% know English as well as Hindi, 25% know English as well as Bangla, 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Homeopathy, 15% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 15% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages.**

**30. Total how many students in the college know all three languages ?**

A | 108 |

B | 132 |

C | 169 |

D | 137 |

E | 142 |

Question 31 |

**Directions—(Q. 29–35) Study type following information carefully to answer the question— In a Medical College there are 1600 students studying Dentistry and Homeopathy. Each student from each course knows one or more languages out of English, Hindi and Bangla 45% of the students study Dentistry and remaining students study Homeopathy. Out of the students studying Dentistry boys and girls are in the ratio of 5 : 3 respectively. Out of the boys studying Dentistry, 16% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 4% know only Bangla, 24% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla,14% know Hindi as well as Bangla Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Dentistry, 20% know only English, 10% know only Hindi and 10% know only Bangla 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages. Out of the students studying Homeopathy boys and girls are in the ratio of 4 : 7 respectively. Out of the boys studying Homeopathy, 20% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 15% know English as well as Hindi, 25% know English as well as Bangla, 10% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining boys know all three languages. Out of the girls studying Homeopathy, 15% know only English, 15% know only Hindi and 5% know only Bangla, 20% know English as well as Hindi, 20% know English as well as Bangla 15% know Hindi as well as Bangla. Remaining girls know all three languages.**

**31. What per cent of the total number of girls in the college know Bangla ?**

A | 45 |

B | 40 |

C | 48 |

D | 42 |

E | 50 |

Question 32 |

**32. How many students studying Homeopathy, do not know English ?**

A | 292 |

B | 232 |

C | 228 |

D | 298 |

E | 207 |

Question 33 |

**33. Out of the students studying Homeopathy, what is the ratio between number of boys knowing English and the number of girls knowing Hindi respectively ?**

A | 3 : 5 |

B | 2 : 3 |

C | 9 : 11 |

D | 9 : 13 |

E | 1 : 3 |

Question 34 |

**34. Out of the total number of students studying Dentistry, whatper cent knows at least two languages ?**

A | 61 12/13 |

B | 57 13/16 |

C | 59 13/17 |

D | 66 1/4 |

E | 62 12/19 |

Question 35 |

**35. What per cent of the total number of girls in the college do not know Hindi ? (rounded off to nearest integer)**

A | 38 |

B | 46 |

C | 48 |

D | 36 |

E | 43 |

Question 36 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**36. Total number of luxury watches sold by stores C and H together is by what per cent less than total number of watches (sport watches and luxury watches) sold by stores F and H together ?**

A | 29 5/6 |

B | 27 3/7 |

C | 31 3/5 |

D | 28 4/7 |

E | 26 5/9 |

Question 37 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**37. Number of watches (sport watches and luxury watches) sold by store D is by what per cent more than total number of sport watches sold by stores C, F and G together ?**

A | 22·5 |

B | 25 |

C | 27·5 |

D | 35 |

E | 30 |

Question 38 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**38. What is the respective ratio between total number of sport watches sold by stores A and B together and total number of watches (sport and luxury) sold by stores C and F together ?**

A | 64 : 77 |

B | 48 : 61 |

C | 56 : 77 |

D | 64 : 81 |

E | 48 : 73 |

Question 39 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**39. What is the average number of luxury watches sold by stores A, D, E, F and H together ?**

A | 3152 |

B | 3296 |

C | 3548 |

D | 3186 |

E | 3428 |

Question 40 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**40. If the number of watches sold by stores A, D and E increased by 10%, 35% and 15% respectively from 2004 to 2005 what was the total number of luxury watches sold by these three stores in 2005 ?**

A | 16172 |

B | 14966 |

C | 15848 |

D | 15964 |

E | 16392 |

Question 41 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**41. What is the central angle corresponding to the number of watches (sport watches and luxury watches) sold by store B ?**

A | 39·6° |

B | 36·6° |

C | 44·2° |

D | 42·2° |

E | 45·4° |

Question 42 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**42. Total number of sport watches sold by stores E and F together is what per cent of the number of watches (sport watches and luxury watches) sold by store E ?**

A | 78 7/11 |

B | 83 3/7 |

C | 82 5/14 |

D | 65 9/14 |

E | 85 5/7 |

Question 43 |

**Directions—(Q. 36–43) Refer to the pie chart and answer the given question—**

**43. What is the difference between average number of sport watches sold by stores B, C, G and H together and average number of luxury watches sold by the same stores together ?**

A | 1100 |

B | 1200 |

C | 900 |

D | 800 |

E | 1300 |

Question 44 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**44. Scheme M offers Simple Interest at a certain rate of Interest (p.c.p.a.). If the difference between the interest caused by Gautam and Rudra from scheme M after 4 years is 44365·20 what is the rate of interest (p.c.p.a) ?**

A | 17·5 |

B | 18 |

C | 16.5 |

D | 20 |

E | 15 |

Question 45 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**45. What is respective ratio between total amount invested by Gautam in schemes O and Q together total amount invested by Rudra in the same schemes together ?**

A | 31 : 44 |

B | 31 : 42 |

C | 27 : 44 |

D | 35 : 48 |

E | 29 : 38 |

Question 46 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**46. If scheme P offers compound interest (compounded half yearly) @ 16 p.c.p.a. what would be sum of interest caused by Gautam and Rudra from scheme P after one year.**

A | Rs.10,244 |

B | Rs.10,464 |

C | Rs.9,872 |

D | Rs.9,984 |

E | Rs.9,442 |

Question 47 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**47. If scheme O offers compound interest (compounded annually) @ 12 p.c.p.a. what is the difference between interest earned by Gautam and Rudra from scheme O after 2 years ?**

A | Rs.1628·16 |

B | Rs.1584·38 |

C | Rs.1672·74 |

D | Rs.1536·58 |

E | Rs.1722·96 |

Question 48 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**48. What is the average amount invested by Gautam in schemes M, N, O, P and Q together ?**

A | Rs.29,248 |

B | Rs.30,562 |

C | Rs.31,126 |

D | Rs.29,688 |

E | Rs.28,848 |

Question 49 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**49. Rudra invested in scheme R for 4 years. If scheme R offers simple interest @ 7 p.c.p.a. for the 1st two years and then compound interest @ 10 p.c.p.a. (compounded annually) for the 3rd and 4th year what will be the interest carried by Rudra after 4 years ?**

A | 13548 |

B | 12096 |

C | 12242 |

D | 12364 |

E | 11886 |

Question 50 |

**Directions—(Q. 44–50) Refer to the graphs and answer the given question**

**50. If amount Invested by Gautam in scheme S is equal to the amount invested by him in scheme N. The rate of interest (p.c.p.a.) of scheme S and N are same. The only difference in scheme S offers compound interest (compounded annually) whereas the scheme N offers simple interest. If the difference between the interest caused by Gautam from both the schemes after 2 years is 349·92 what is the rate of interest ?**

A | 9 |

B | 5 |

C | 13 |

D | 11 |

E | 7 |

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