# Moderate Level Data Interpretation Questions Quiz and PDF for SBI PO Pre, SBI Clerk 2020

Direction : Study the following bar chart and table chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.

Following bar graph shows the amount of money allocated (in lakh) to 2 builders by six different state governments for various government projects such as House building, Road development, Bridge development and Metro projects.

The table shows the spending of each builder in various development aspects every year.

 Project Builder A Builder B House 15% 35% Roads 35% 20% Bridge 20% 30% Metro 30% 15%
Important for :
1
Find that the amount allocated to builder B for Bridges in the states Delhi, UP, Bihar and MP together is how much more than the amount allocated to builder A for bridges on same states together?
» Explain it
C
Amount allocated to builder A for Bridges in the states Delhi, UP, Bihar and MP together = 20% of (12 + 10 + 14 + 16) = 10.4 lakh

Amount allocated to builder B for Bridges in the states Delhi, UP, Bihar and MP together = 30% of (18 + 8 + 12 + 18) = 16.8 lakh

Required amount = 16.8 – 10.4 lakh = 6.4 lakh

Hence, option C is correct.
2
If the amount allocated to builder A for Metro development in Kerala is 25% of total amount allocated to him for Roads development in given 6 states and amount allocated to builder B for House development in Kerala is 30% of total amount allocated to him for Bridge development in given 6 states, then find the difference between the amount allocated to builder A for Metro development in Kerala and amount allocated to builder B for House development in Kerala.
» Explain it
C
Total amount allocated to builder A for Roads development in given 6 states = 35% of (12 + 16 + 12 + 10 + 14 + 16) = 28 lakh

Amount allocated to builder A for Metro development in Kerala = 25% of 28 lakh = 7 lakh

Total amount allocated to builder B for Bridge development in given 6 states = 30% of (6 + 14 + 18 + 8 + 12 + 18) = 22.8 lakh

Amount allocated to builder B for House development in Kerala = 30% of 22.8 lakh = 6.84 lakh

Required difference = 7 – 6.84 = 0.16 lakh = Rs.16000

Hence, option C is correct.

3
Find the ratio of amount allocated to builder B for House development in the states Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Delhi and UP together to the amount allocated to builder A for House development in the states Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Delhi and UP together.
» Explain it
C
Amount allocated to builder B for House development in the states Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Delhi and UP together = 35% of (6 + 14 + 18 + 8) = 16.1 lakh

Amount allocated to builder A for House development in the states Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Delhi and UP together = 15% of (12 + 16 + 12 + 10) = 7.5 lakh

Required ratio = 16.1 : 7.5 = 161 : 75

Hence, option C is correct.

4
If Builder A saves 15% of the amount allocated for House development in the state Delhi and deposited that amount in a scheme which offers 12% simple interest per annum, then find that builder A will receive what amount as interest from the scheme at the end of 4 years from the investment.
» Explain it
C
Amount allocated for House development in the state Delhi to builder A = 15% of 12 lakh = 1.8 lakh

Amount saved = 15% of 1.8 lakh = Rs. 27000

Interest from the scheme at the end of 4 years

 = 27000 × 12 × 4 = Rs. 12960 100

Hence, option C is correct.

5
Builder B bought a bike from the 40% of amount allocated to him for Metro development in the state MP. If the builder purchased that bike at discount of 20% on the marked price, then find the marked price of the bike.
» Explain it
D
Amount spent by builder B on bike = 40% of amount allocated to builder B for Metro development in MP = 40% of 15% of 18 lakh = 1.08 lakh

Purchase price of bike for builder B = 1.08 lakh

Marked price of bike for builder B

 = 1.08 × 100 = 1.35 lakh 80

Hence, option D is correct.

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