 # High-Level Data Interpretation for SBI PO and SBI Clerk with Free PDF at Smartkeeda  Directions : Study the following line and pie chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.

The line graph given below gives the information about exports into five different countries from India during the two consecutive years. The pie chart given below gives the information about the percentage distribution of imports from the five different countries into India in the year 2017. Consider India imports  only from the given five countries.

(All values are in billion dollars)  Important for :
1
In the year 2017, the total imports into India from China was 120 billion dollars then the imports into India from Russia was how much more (In billion dollars) than that of exports into Russia from India?
» Explain it
B
From the question, the total imports into India from China = 15% = 120 billion dollars

the total imports into India from Russia = 30%

 = 120 × 30 = 240 billion dollars 15

The exports into Russia from India = 175 billion dollars

The required difference = 240 – 175 = 65 billion dollars

Hence, option B is correct.
2
In the year 2016, It was trade balance between India and UK and in that year, the import into India from UK was 10% less than that of the year 2017. In the year 2017, what was the difference (In billion dollars) between export from India into USA and that imports into India from USA?
» Explain it
B
In the year 2016, the imports into India from UK = the exports into UK from India = 120 billion dollars

In the year 2017, the import into India from UK = 10% less than 120 billion dollars = 108 billion dollars = 12% of total imports into India

The total imports into India

 = 108 × 100 = 900 billion dollars 12

The imports from USA into India = 20% of 900 = 180 billion dollars

The export from India into USA = 240 billion dollars

The required difference = 280 – 180 = 60 billion dollars

(assume that when imports are equal to imports from the country then it is called trade balance)

Hence, option B is correct.
3
In the year 2017, the exports into China from India was same as the imports from China into India then in that year, the exports into south Korea from India was how much (In billion dollars) more than that of Imports into India from south Korea?
» Explain it
D
In the year 2017, the exports into China from India was same as the imports from China into India = 90 = 15% of total imports

 The total imports = 90 × 100 = 600 billion dollars 15

The total imports from south Korea into India = 23% of total imports = 23% of 600 = 138 billion dollars

The exports into south Korea from India = 250 billion dollars

The required difference = 250 – 138 = 112 billion dollars

Hence, option D is correct.
4
In the year 2017, the total imports into India was 1200 billion dollars then in that year, with how many of countries it was trade deficits? (assume that when imports overweight the value of exports, it is called trade deficits)
» Explain it
C
The total imports into India was 1200 billion dollars

The imports from USA = 20% of 1200 = 240

The imports from China = 15% of 1200 = 180

The imports from UK = 12% of 1200 = 144

The imports from Russia = 30% of 1200 = 360

The imports from South Korea = 23% of 1200 = 276

From the line graph, it is clear that it was trade deficits with China, Russia, and South Korea

Hence, option C is correct.

5
The sum of total exports in the year 2017 from India into the given five countries was how much more than (In billion dollars) that of the year 2016?
» Explain it
B
The sum of total exports in the year 2017 from India into the given five countries = 240 + 90 + 160 + 175 + 250 = 915 billion dollars

The sum of total exports in the year 2016 from India into the given five countries =  180 + 160 + 120 + 150 + 200 = 810 billion dollars

The required difference = 915 – 810 = 105 billion dollars

Hence, option B is correct.

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In our day-to-day life, data is reported in the newspapers, on television, and in magazines. The data involves business, government, sports and many other topics. It is represented in an organized fashion, making it easy to interpret what you hear and read in the media. Those set of problems is being asked in a different kind of form like Pie Chart di, Bar Chart di, Table Chart di, line chart di and info chart etc.
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Data Interpretation is calculation-intensive. It consists of a myriad of graphs, charts and tables form which you have to glean and analyse data. The key to cracking this area is to quickly identify the key pieces of data that you require to work on the questions asked.

Problems in High Level Data Interpretation are probably the closest in resemblance to the kind of problems you will be dealing with as a manager. They test your decision-making ability and speed using the minimum possible data. They help you to draw conclusions from collected data, support decision making and contribute to the better process, product, and quality models.
There is a important data interpretation questions for IBPS PO Pre 2019

1. In the year 2017, the total imports into India from China was 120 billion dollars then the imports into India from Russia was how much more (In billion dollars) than that of exports into Russia from India?

A. 95
B. 65
C. 55
D. 75
E. None of these

2. In the year 2016, It was trade balance between India and UK and in that year, the import into India from UK was 10% less than that of the year 2017. In the year 2017, what was the difference (In billion dollars) between export from India into USA and that imports into India from USA?

A. 80
B. 60
C. 75
D. 90
E. None of these

3. In the year 2017, the exports into China from India was same as the imports from China into India then in that year, the exports into south Korea from India was how much (In billion dollars) more than that of Imports into India from south Korea?

A. 191
B. 241
C. 151
D. 112
E. None of these

4. In the year 2017, the total imports into India was 1200 billion dollars then in that year, with how many of countries it was trade deficits? (assume that when imports overweight the value of exports, it is called trade deficits)

A. 5
B. 4
C. 3
D. 2
E. 1

5. The sum of total exports in the year 2017 from India into the given five countries was how much more than (In billion dollars) that of the year 2016?

A. 115
B. 105
C. 125
D. 140
E. None of these

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