Data Interpretation Line Chart Quiz no 16 For IBPS PO Pre, SBI PO Pre, SBI Clerk, IBPS Clerk

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The given Line graph Data Interpretation Chart shows the sales of shoes (in thousands) from six stores in six different cities Kolkata, Patna, Dhanbad, Ranchi, Asansol, and Gaya during three consecutive years 2014, 2015 and 2016.

 
1
What is the ratio of the total sales of Patna store for three years to the total sales of Asansol store for three years?
» Explain it
D
Number of Campus shoes seles on Patna store in 2014 = 80
 
Number of Campus shoes seles on Patna store in 2015 = 120
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2015 = 140
 
Total numbers of Campus shoes seles  on Patna store in these three years = 80 + 120 + 140 = 340
 
Number of Campus shoes seles on Asansol store in 2014 = 150
 
Number of Campus shoes seles on Asansol store in 2015 = 210
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Asansol store in 2015 = 280
 
Total numbers of Campus shoes seles  on Asansol store in these three years = 150 + 210 + 280 = 640
 
Hence, required ratio =  340  = 17 : 32
640

Therefore, option (D) is correct.

2
Total number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store and Patna store together for three years is what percent of the total sales of Dhanbad store and Ranchi store together for three years?
» Explain it
A
Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2014 = 70
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2015 = 160
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2016 = 210
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2014 = 80
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2015 = 120
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2016 = 140
 
Total number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store and Patna store together for three years = (70 + 160 + 210 + 80 + 120 + 140) = 780
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2014 = 140
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2015 = 230
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2016 = 190
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2014 = 90
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2015 = 180
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2016 = 260
 
Total number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store and Ranchi store together for three years = (140 + 230 + 190 + 90 + 180 + 260) = 1090

Hence, required percentage =  780  × 100 = 71.55%
1090

Therefore, option (A) is correct.

3
What percent of the average sales of Campus shoes on Kolkata store, Patna store and Dhanbad store in 2014 is the average sales of Campus shoes on Ranchi store, Asansol store and Gaya store in 2015?
» Explain it
A
Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2014 = 120

Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2014 = 80

Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2014 = 140

Total number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store, Patna store and Dhanbad store in 2014 = (120 + 80 + 140) = 340

Average of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store, Patna store and Dhanbad store in 2014
340  = 113.33
3
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2015 = 180

Number of Campus shoes sales on Asansol store in 2015 = 210

Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2015 = 160

Total number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store, Asansol store and Gaya store in 2015 = (180 + 210 + 160) = 550

Average of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store, Asansol store and Gaya store in 2015
550  = 183.33
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Hence, required percentage =  113.33   × 100 = 61.81%
183.33

Therefore, option (A) is correct.

4
What is the ratio of average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2014 to average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2015?
» Explain it
C
Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2014 = 120

Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2014 = 80

Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2014 = 140

Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2014 = 90

Number of Campus shoes sales on Asansol store in 2014 = 150

Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2014 = 70

Average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2014

120 + 80 + 140 + 90 + 150 + 70  =  650
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Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2015 = 250

Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2015 = 120

Number of Campus shoes sales on Dhanbad store in 2015 = 230

Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2015 = 180

Number of Campus shoes sales on Asansol store in 2015 = 210

Number of Campus shoes sales on Gaya store in 2015 = 160

Average sales of Campus shoes of all the stores for the year 2015
250 + 120 + 230 + 180 + 210 + 160  =  1150
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Hence, required ratio =  650  = 13 : 23
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1150
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Therefore, option (C) is correct.

5
What is the total number of Campus shoes sales of store Kolkata, store Patna and store Ranchi together for three years?
» Explain it
D
Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2014 = 120
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2015 = 250
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Kolkata store in 2016 = 280
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2014 = 80
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2015 = 120
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Patna store in 2016 = 140
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2014 = 90
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2015 = 180
 
Number of Campus shoes sales on Ranchi store in 2016 = 260
 
Hence, Total number of Campus shoes sales of Kolkata store, Patna store and Ranchi store together for three years = (120 + 250 + 280 + 80 + 120 + 140 + 90 + 180 + 260) = 1520

Therefore, option (D) is correct.