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November 04, 2016

IBPS RRB Officers Scale I Previous Question Paper - Aptitude (Data Interpretation)

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Friends, here we are sharing complete Data Interpretation (Aptitude) questions asked in IBPS RRB Officers Scale I Exam held on 12th September 2015. These questions will give you the basic idea on the pattern of Reasoning section of IBPS RRB PO V Online Exam. Happy Reading :)

Directions (1-5) : Refer to the following pie-charts carefully and answer the given questions.

Distribution of number of cellular phones (both Nokia and Samsung) sold by 5 stores in 2012 

Total Number = 6400 

Distribution of number of Nokia cellular phones sold by 5 stores : 

Total number = 3000 

  1. Number of cellular phones (both Nokia and Samsung) sold by store B is what per-cent more than the number of Nokia cellular phones sold by store A ?
    1. 82 1/3
    2. 86 2/3
    3. 84 2/3
    4. 92 2/3
    5. 78 1/3
  2. What is the central angle cor-responding to number of cellular phones (both Nokia and Samsung) sold by store D ?
    1. 124.2°
    2. 112.4°
    3. 115.2°
    4. 120.8°
    5. 118.8°
  3. What is the average number of Samsung cellular phones sold by stores B, C and D ?
    1. 796
    2. 792
    3. 780
    4. 812
    5. 784
  4. What is the difference between number of cellular phones (both Nokia and Samsung) sold by store A and total number of Nokia cellular phones sold by stores B and E together ?
    1. 442
    2. 436
    3. 432
    4. 428
    5. 426
  5. Number of Samsung cellular phones sold by store E is what percent of the number of phones (both Nokia and Samsung) sold by store C ?
    1. 55
    2. 45
    3. 60
    4. 65
    5. 50
Directions (1-5) : Study the table and answer the given questions 
Data related to salary structure of 5 individuals from different organisations in March. 


Individuals
Basic Salary
(in Rs)
Total Allowance
Total Deduction
(in Rs)
Net Salary
(in Rs)
P
21800
28600
-
-
Q
-
-
4350
25850
R
10400
12400
2800
20000
S
11200
13800
-
-
T
-
21600
5700
-

Note :
  • (i) Total Deduction = Provident Fund Deduction (which is 10% of basic salary) + Other deduction 
  • (ii) Net Salary = Basic Salary + Total Allowance - Total Deduction 
  • (iii) Few values are missing in the table (indicated by -). A candidate is expected to calculate the missing value, if it is required to answer the given question, on the basis of the given data and information.
  1. 57. If other deduction of P was Rs. 4,720, what was his net salary ?
    1. Rs. 42,500
    2. Rs. 43,500
    3. Rs. 43,000
    4. Rs. 41,500
    5. Rs. 42,000 
  2. If Q's total allowance was Rs. 3,000 more than his basic salary, what was his total allowance ?
    1. Rs. 17,000
    2. Rs. 17,500
    3. Rs. 16,000
    4. Rs. 16,600
    5. Rs. 15,500 
  3. If the respective ratio of Provident Fund deduction and other deduction and other deduction of S was 7 : 13, what was S's other deduction ?
    1. Rs. 2,160
    2. Rs. 2,080
    3. Rs. 2,120
    4. Rs. 2,040
    5. Rs. 1,980 
  4. Basic salary of S is what per-cent more than the basic salary of R ?
    1. 6 4/13
    2. 5 7/13
    3. 9 9/13
    4. 11 7/13
    5. 7 9/13
  5. If other deduction of T was Rs. 4,000, what was his net salary ?
    1. Rs. 32,500
    2. Rs. 31,900
    3. Rs. 32,700
    4. Rs. 31,700
    5. Rs. 32,900
Directions (1-5) : Refer to the graph and answer the given questions.
Data related to number of projects handled by two companies (A and B) during 5 years

  1. Out of the total number of projects handled by company A in 2005 and 2006 together, 20% were Governmental projects. What was the total number of governmental projects handled by company A in 2005 and 2006 together ?
    1. 108 
    2. 132
    3. 128
    4. 116 
    5. 122
  2. The projects handled by company B can be broadly classified into two types : Governmental projects and Nongovernmental projects. If the average number of non-governmental projects handled by company B in 2003 and 2004 is 127, what is the total number of governmental projects handled by the same company in 2003 and 2004 together ?
    1. 204 
    2. 188 
    3. 192
    4. 196 
    5. 212
  3. The number of projects handled by company B decreased by what percent from 2004 to 2006 ?
    1. 35 5/8
    2. 30 7/8
    3. 50 3/8
    4. 45 3/8
    5. 40 5/8
  4. If the number of projects handled by company A increased by 20% from 2007 to 2008 and by 5% from 2008 to 2009, what was the number of projects handled by company A in 2009 ?
    1. 378 
    2. 372 
    3. 384 
    4. 396 
    5. 368
  5. What is the difference between the total number of projects handled by company A in 2003 and 2004 together and total number of projects handled by company B in 2005 and 2007 together ?
    1. 120 
    2. 150
    3. 130
    4. 180
    5. 368
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