# New Pattern Based Data Interpretation for SBI PO 2020, IBPS PO, Syndicate PO, Syndicate PO, LIC AAO with PDF

Directions : Study the following line & bar chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.

The line graph given below gives the information about the number of graduates hired by Tata Motors in five different IITs. The bar graph given below gives the information about the percentage of total graduates placed in Tata Motors from the respective IITs.

The number of graduates hired by Tata Motors

The percentage of graduates placed in Tata motors

Important for :
1
The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors, of IIT Roorkee was how many more than that of IIT Patna?
» Explain it
B
In IIT Roorkee, 5% of the total number of graduates = 65

100% of the total number of graduates

 = 65 × 100 = 1300 5

The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors = 1300 – 65 = 1235

In IIT Patna, 12% of the total number of graduates = 60

100% of the total number of graduates

 = 60 × 100 = 500 12

The number of graduates who didn’t get placed in Tata Motors = 500 – 60 = 440

The required difference = 1235 – 440 = 795

Hence, option B is correct.

2
In IIT New Delhi, the ratio of male graduates to female graduates was 5 : 3 respectively. If total of 30 female graduates from that college get placed in Tata Motor then what percentage of the total number of male graduates get placed in Tata Motors?
» Explain it
D
In IIT New Delhi, The total number of graduates

 = 150 × 100 = 600 25

 = 3 × 600 = 75 × 3 = 225 8

The number of male graduates = 600 – 225 = 375

The number of male graduates get placed = 150 – 30 = 120

 The reqd. % = 120 × 100 = 32% 375

Hence, option D is correct.
3
In all the five IITs together, the number of female graduates is 40% of the total number of graduates then what is the total number of male graduates?
» Explain it
A
In IIT Patna,

In IIT Patna, 12% of the total number of graduates = 60

 100% of the total number of graduates = 60 × 100 = 500 12

In IIT Chennai, the total number of graduates
 = 120 × 100 = 1500 8

In IIT Roorkee, the total number of graduates
 = 65 × 100 = 1300 5

In IIT New Delhi, the total number of graduates
 = 150 × 100 = 600 25

In IIT Kanpur, the total number of graduates
 = 80 × 100 = 500 16

the total number of graduates = 500 + 1500 + 1300 + 600 + 500 = 4400

The total number of male graduates = (100 – 40)% of 4400 = 60% of 4400 = 2640

Hence, option A is correct.
4
What is the total number of graduates from all the five IITs together got placed in Tata Motors?
» Explain it
C
The required answer = 60 + 120 + 65 + 150 + 80 = 475

Hence, option C is correct.

5
In IIT Patna, 10% of the total number of female graduates get placed in Tata Motors which formed 40% of the total number of graduates got placed from IIT Patna in Tata Motors then what was the total number of male graduates in IIT Patna?
» Explain it
D
In IIT Patna, 40% of 60 = 24

It means, 24 female graduates got placed which was 10% of the total number of female graduates

The total number of female graduates = 24 × 10 = 240

In IIT Patna, 12% of the total number of graduates = 60

 100% of the total number of graduates = 60 × 100 = 500 12

The required answer = 500 – 240 = 260

Hence, option D is correct.

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