Data Interpretation Questions for LIC AAO 2020, LIC ADO 2020 | Download DI PDF for Free at Smartkeeda

Directions: Study the table carefully to answer the questions that follow:
Candidates who appeared and passed in the test from four states in six different years
 
School
 Year   UP MP WB J&K
 Appeared   Passed   Appeared   Passed   Appeared   Passed   Appeared   Passed 
2010  124 78 445 354 454 343 546 345
2011  234 124 545 435 732 567 565 456
2012  456 235 664 454 693 456 235 112
2013  398 156 345 144 645 545 546 234
2014  546 346 584 354 354 258 656 564
2015  547 435 704 347 578 313 456 252

1
What was the total number of failed candidates from states WB in the year 2014 and the number of candidates who appeared in the exam from state J&K in the year 2012?
» Explain it
E

Required answer

=   (354 – 258) + 235
 
=    96 + 235 = 331.


Hence, option E is correct.
 
2
In which year was the difference between the number of candidates who appeared and passed in the exam from state MP second lowest?
» Explain it
B

Unsuccessful candidates (state -MP) 
 
Year 2010 ⇒ 445 – 354 = 91
 
Year 2011 ⇒ 545 – 435 = 110 
 
Year 2012 ⇒ 664 – 454 = 210 
 
Year 2013 ⇒ 345 – 144 = 201 
 
Year 2014 ⇒ 584 – 354 = 230 
 
Year 2015 ⇒ 704 – 347 = 357


Hence, option B is correct.
 
3
What was the respective ratio between the number of candidates who appeared from state WB in the year 2012 and the number of candidates who passed in the exam from state J&K in the year 2015?
» Explain it
A

Reqd. ratio

=   693 : 252

=   11 : 4.


Hence, option A is correct.

4
Number of candidates who passed in the exam from state MP in the year 2011 was approximately what percent of number of candidates who appeared from state UP in the year 2014?
» Explain it
E
In year 2011, No. of candidates who passed the exam in MP = 435

In year 2014, No. of candidates who appeared in exam in UP = 546

Reqd. % =  435  × 100 ≈ 80
546

Hence, option is E is correct.

5
What was the approximate percent increase in the number of candidates who passed in the exam from state UP in the year 2015 as compare to the previous year?
» Explain it
C
In year 2015, No. of candidates who passed the exam in UP = 435

In year 2014 (previous year), No. of candidates who passed the exam in UP = 346


Reqd. Increase % 

=    435 – 346  × 100
346

=    89  × 100
346

≈  9000  ≈ 26%  
350


Hence, option C is correct.