 # High Level Data Interpretation Questions Quiz and PDF For RBI Grade B 2020, SBI PO, IBPS PO  Directions: Study the following information carefully and answer the questions given beside. Collection distribution of Bahubali 1 out of total collection of 250 crore Collection distribution of Bahubali 2 out of total collection of 500 crore
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1
If the earnings of Video Game Rights of Bahubali 1 increase by 8% and the earnings of Music Rights decrease by 10%, how much more/less money would Bahubali 1 earn than Bahubali 2 in the mentioned segments?
» Explain it
B

From Bahubali 1:

The money earned through Video Game Rights = 5% of 250 crore = 12.5 crore

∴   Earnings after 8% increase = 108% of 12.5 crore = 13.5 crore

The money earned through Music Rights = 12% of 250 crore = 30 crore

∴   Earning after 10% decrease = 90% of 30 = 27 crore

Now, the total money earned through Video Games Rights and Music Rights = 13.5 + 27 = 40.5 crore

From Bahubali 2:

The money earned through Video Games Rights = 36°

∴   Total money earned through Video Games Rights

 = 36 of  500 crore = 50 crore 360

And, the money earned through Music Rights = 18°

∴  Total earning through Music Rights

 = 18 of 500 crore = 25 crore 360

Now, the total money earned through Video Games Rights and Music Rights = 50 + 25 = 75 crore

∴  Reqd difference = 75 – 40.5 = 34.5 crore

Hence, option B is correct.

2
How much more/less money was earned through TV Rights and DVD Rights taken together by Bahubali 2 than Bahubali 1?
» Explain it
A
From Bahubali 2:

The money earned through TV Rights = 54° of 500 crore

 = 54 × 500 crore = 75 crore 360

The money earned through DVD Rights = 18° of 500 crore

 = 18 × 500 crore = 25 crore 360

The total money earned through TV Rights and DVD Rights = 75 + 25 = 100 crore

From Bahubali 1:

The money earn through TV Rights = 20% of 250 crore = 50 crore

The money earn through DVD Rights = 18% of 250 crore = 45 crore

The total money earned through TV Rights and DVD Rights = 50 + 45 = 95 crore

∴   Reqd difference = 100 – 95 crore = 5 crore more by Bahubali 2.

Hence, option A is correct.

3
Find the variation between the percentage increase in the Ticket Sale and percentage increase in the sale done through Video Game rights from Bahubali 1  to Bahubali 2.
» Explain it
D
 Total Ticket sale of Bahubali 1 = 250 × 20 = 50 crore 100

 Total Ticket sale of Bahubali 2 = 500 × 108 = 150 crore 360

∴  Percentage increase in the amount of Ticket Sale
 ⇒ (150 – 50) × 100 = 200% 50

The money earned through Video Game Rights by Bahubali 1 = 5% of 250 crore = 12.5 crore

The money earned through Video Game Rights by Bahubali 2 = 36° of 500

 = 36 × 500 = 50 crore 360

∴   Percentage increase in the amount of Video Game Rights
 ⇒ (50 – 12.5) × 100 = 300% 12.5

The required percentage variation (∆) = 300% – 200% = 100%

Hence option D is correct.

4
What is the percentage increase in the angle subtended at the centre by Sponsorship in Bahubali 2 over that in Bahubali 1?
» Explain it
C
 Sponsorship in Bahubali 1 = 360 × 15 = 54° 100

Sponsorship in Bahubali 2 = 72°

∴   Percentage increase in the angle subtended by Sponsorship
 = 18 × 100 = 33.33% 54

Hence, option C is correct.

5
If the overall collection of Bahubali 2 increases by 50% due to phenominal increase in ticket sale and sponsership happening overseas, by how much percent the other angular collection distribution of other categories will decrease?
» Explain it
B
Total earning of Bahubali 2 = 500 cr

Increased collection = 150% of 500 = 750 cr

Distribution of Ticket sale and Sponsership = (108 + 72) degrees of 500 = 50% of 500 = 250 cr

Increased distribution of Ticket sale and Sponsership = 250 + 250 = 500 cr

Therefore, anuglar distribution of Ticket sale and Sponsership

 = 500 × 360 = 240° 750

Therefore, angular distribution of the other categories = 360 - 240 = 120 degrees

And as earlier angular distribution of the other categories = 180 degrees

Percentage reduction in angular distribution of other categories

 = 180 – 120 × 100 = 33.33% 180

Clearly, option B is the correct answer.