# Data Interpretation Question and Answer for SBI Clerk 2020 and Download PDF for IBPS Clerk 2020 at Smartkeeda

Direction : Study the following pie charts carefully and answer the questions given beside.

Pie chart shows the percent of students in five different classes in 2016.

Total Students in all the classes together = 1000

Second pie chart shows the average fee per student of five different classes in 2016.

Total average fee per student of five classes together = Rs.800

Important for :
1
If in 2017, the average fee per student as well as the number of students is increased by 20% and 10% respectively from 2016 in class A, then what is the total revenue generated from class A in the year 2017?
» Explain it
A
Number of students in class A in 2016 = 22% of 1000 = 220

Average fee per student in class A in 2016

 = 800 × 67.5 = Rs. 150 360

Number of students in class A in 2017 = 110% of 220 = 242

Average fee per student in class A in 2017 = 120% of 150 = Rs.180

Total revenue generated from class A in the year 2017 = Number of students × Average fee per students = 242 × 180 = Rs.43560

Hence, option A is correct.
2
Total revenue generated from class C in 2016 is approximately what percent of the total revenue generated from class E in 2016?
» Explain it
B
Total revenue generated from class C in 2016 = Number of students × Average fee per students

 ⇒ (16% of 1000) × 800 × 49.5 = Rs.(160 × 110) 360

Total revenue generated from class E in 2016 = Number of students × Average fee per students

 ⇒ (19% of 1000) × 800 × 72 = Rs.(190 × 160) 360

 Reqd. % = 160 × 110 × 100 = 57.89 ≈ 58% 190 × 160

Hence, option B is correct.
3
What is the ratio of the total revenue generated from class E in 2016  to the total revenue generated from class F in 2016 if number of students in class F is 20 more than the number of students in class B in 2016 and average fee per student in class F is Rs.50 more than the average fee per student in class B in 2016?
» Explain it
C
Total revenue generated from class E in 2016 = Number of students × Average fee per students

 ⇒ (19% of 1000) × 800 × 72 = Rs.(190 × 160) 360

Number of students in class F = (18% of 1000) + 20 = 180 + 20 = 200

Average fee per student in class F
 = 800 × 90 + 50 = 200 + 50 = Rs.250 360

Total revenue generated from class F = Rs.(200 × 250)

Required ratio = (190 × 160) : (200 × 250) = 76 : 125

Hence, option C is correct.
4
What is the approximate average fee per student of classes C, D and E together in 2016?
» Explain it
C
 Average fee per student = Total fee Total students

 Total fee of class C = (16% of 1000) × [800 × 49.5 ] 360

= 160 × 110 = Rs.17600

 Total fee of class D = (25% of 1000) × [800 × 81 ] 360

= 250 × 180 = Rs.45000

 Total fee of class E = (19% of 1000) × [800 × 72 ] 360

= 190 × 160 = Rs.30400

Total fee of classes C, D and E together = Rs. (17600 + 45000 + 30400) = Rs. 93000

Total students in classes C, D and E together = 160 + 250 + 190 = 600

 Reqd. average = Rs. 93000 = Rs. 155 600

Hence, option C is correct.
5
If in 2015, the number of students in class D was 50% more than the number of students in class D in 2016 and average fee per student of class D was 10% less than the average fee per student of class D in 2016, then what was the total revenue generated from class D in 2015?
» Explain it
D
Number of students in class D in 2015 = 150% of 25% of 1000 = 375

Average fee per student of class D in 2015

 = 90% of [800 × 81 ] = Rs.162 360

Total revenue generated from class D in 2015 = 375 × 162 = Rs.60750

Hence, option D is correct.

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