Data Interpretation Line Chart For SBI Clerk Pre, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB, LIC

Directions: Read the graph carefully and answer the questions.

Number of passengers who travel from Mumbai to Delhi in different days (in thousands)
 
1
Find the average of male passengers who travel from Mumbai to Delhi during all the given days.
» Explain it
C
Male passengers who travel on Sunday = 120000 – 70000 = 50000

Male passengers who travel on Monday = 150000 – 85000 = 65000

Male passengers who travel on Tueday = 110000 – 60000 = 50000

Male passengers who travel on Wednesday = 140000 – 70000 = 70000

Male passengers who travel on Thursday = 180000 –  100000 = 80000

Total male passenger = 50000 + 65000 + 50000 + 70000 + 80000 = 315000
Average =  315000  = 63000
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Hence, option C is correct.

2
If the number of passengers who travel from Mumbai to Delhi on Friday is 20% more than the total passengers who travel on Wednesday and the ratio between male and female passengers is 3 : 5, Find the numbers of female passengers who travel on Friday.
» Explain it
B
Total number of passengers who travel on Friday = 120% of 140000  = 168000

Female passengers = 168000 ×  5  = 105000
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Hence, option B is correct.
 
3
The total number of male passengers who travel on tuesday and wednesday is approximately how much % more than the number of male passengers who travel on Thursday?
» Explain it
A
The total number of male passengers who travel on tuesday and wednesday = 50000 + 70000 = 120000
 
The number of male passengers who travel on Thursday = 80000

% more =  120000 – 80000  × 100
80000

40000  × 100 = 50%
80000

Hence, option A is correct.
 

4
Find the ratio between the total number of male passengers who travel on Sunday and Tuesday and the number of female passengers who travel on Thursday.
» Explain it
D
The total number of male passengers who travel on Sunday and Tuesday = 50000 + 50000 = 100000

The number of female passengers who travel on Thursday = 100000

Ratio = 100000 : 100000

= 1 : 1

Hence, option D is correct.
5
Find the difference between the total number of male passengers who travel on Monday and Tuesday and the total number of female passengers who travel on same day.
» Explain it
E
Total number of male passengers who travel on Monday and Tuesday = 65000 + 50000 = 115000

Total number of female passengers who travel on Monday and Tuesday = 85000 + 60000 = 145000

Difference = 145000 – 115000

= 30000

Hence, option E is correct.


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Now just go through the above Line Chart, you will find here 5 different concept questions in one DI Chart.

As you can see in the above chart the first question’s concept belongs to the topic of average.

“Find the average of male passengers who travel from Mumbai to Delhi during all the given days.”

And the second question of above line chart is belongs to the mix concept of Percentage and Ratio.

“If the number of passengers who travel from Mumbai to Delhi on Friday is 20% more than the total passengers who travel on Wednesday and the ratio between male and female passengers is 3 : 5, Find the numbers of female passengers who travel on Friday.”

And the third one of above di line chart is belongs to percentage chapter

“The total number of male passengers who travel on Tuesday and Wednesday is approximately how much % more than the number of male passengers who travel on Thursday?”

Now come to the fourth question of the above chart, you will see it belongs to concept of Ratio.

Find the ratio between the total number of male passengers who travel on Sunday and Tuesday and the number of female passengers who travel on Thursday.

At the last question of line graph in data interpretation, you can clearly observe that the question belongs to simple basic rule of Sum and Subtraction,

“Find the difference between the total number of male passengers who travel on Monday and Tuesday and the total number of female passengers who travel on same day.”

Now, we hope you understood the concept behind the data interpretation sets questions, in one chart you have to solve 4 to 5 different concept of arithmetic.

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