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Data Interpretation Questions Quiz-10
Directions:(1-5) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
The line graph given below shows the time taken by seven friends to complete the given respective percentage of the same work i.e. A alone can complete 30% of the work in 15 days.
1.In how many days the work gets completed if A and D worked on alternate days, starting with D?
A 58(3/5) days
B 58(4/7) days
C 58(2/5) days
D 58(1/6) days
E None of these
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Correct Answer – C.58(2/5) days
2.B, F and G started working together but after 8 days F left the job and the remaining work is done by B and G together. In overall how many days does the work get completed?
A 34 days
B 36 days
C 38 days
D 40 days
E 42 days
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Correct Answer – B.36 days
Time taken by B alone to complete the whole work = 48 ÷ 0.75 = 64 days
Time taken by F alone to complete the whole work = 48 ÷ 0.375 = 128 days
Time taken by G alone to complete the whole work = 12 ÷ 0.125 = 96 days
Let the total work = 384 units (LCM of 64, 96 and 128)
Amount of work done by B in one day = 384 ÷ 64 = 6 units
Amount of work done by F in one day = 384 ÷ 128 = 3 units
Amount of work done by G in one day = 384 ÷ 96 = 4 units
Amount of work done by B, F and G in 8 days = (6 + 3 + 4) × 8 = 104 units
Remaining work = 384 – 104 = 280 units
Time taken by B and G to complete the remaining work = 280 ÷ (6 + 4) = 28 days
So total time taken to complete the work = 28 + 8 = 36 days
3.C is 25% less efficient than Rajan and Pankaj is 25% more efficient than D. Pankaj and Rajan started working together but after 11 days Pankaj left the job and the remaining work is done by Rajan alone. In overall how many days the work is completed.
A 31(19/39) days
B 32(19/56) days
C 32(22/39) days
D 31(19/56) days
E None of these
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Correct Answer – D.31(19/56) days
4.B and C started working together but after 8 days B is replaced by G. Now, after 12 more days, C is also replaced by F. For how many days F and G worked together till the work got completed?
A 20(4/91) days
B 21 days
C 21(9/91) days
D 22 days
E 22(38/91) days
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Correct Answer – A.20(4/91) days
5.What is the time taken by B, C, E and F to complete the work when they are working together?
A 17(291/847) days
B 17(501/847) days
C 17(577/847) days
D 17(611/847) days
E None of these
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Correct Answer – C.17(577/847) days
Directions:(6-10) Answer the questions based on the information given below.
The table given below shows the amount of money invested by five different friends in two different schemes for the same period of time but at given respective rate of interests.
Total amount invested (Rs.)
Ratio of amount in
Scheme A:Scheme B
Time period of investment (years)
Rate of interest in scheme A
Rate of interest in scheme B
Rahul
56,000
3:4
5
15%
11%
Ramesh
61,000
2:3
2
8%
12%
Rajan
72,000
5:3
3
10%
7%
Rohan
69,000
7:3
2
12%
15%
Ritesh
63,000
4:5
3
13%
10%
6.What is the total interest earned by Rajan from scheme A and B together if scheme A offers compound interest and scheme B offers simple interest?
A Rs. 20,225
B Rs. 20,565
C Rs. 21,225
D Rs. 21,675
E None of these
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Correct Answer – B.Rs. 20,565
Amount invested by Rajan in scheme A = 72000 ÷ 8 × 5 = Rs. 45,000
Amount invested by Rajan in scheme B = 72000 ÷ 8 × 3 = Rs. 27,000
Interest earned by Rajan from scheme A = 45000 × {(1 + 0.10)^{3} – 1} = Rs. 14,895
Interest earned by Rajan from scheme B = 27000 × 3 × 0.07 = Rs. 5,670
Total interest earned by Rajan = 14895 + 5670 = Rs. 20,565
7.If it is said that scheme A offers simple interest then what is the difference between the interest earned by Rahul from Scheme A and the interest earned by Ritesh from scheme A?
A Rs. 7,360
B Rs. 7,210
C Rs. 7,160
D Rs. 7,080
E None of these
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Correct Answer – D.Rs. 7,080
D. Rs. 7,080
Amount invested by Rahul in scheme A = 56000 ÷ 7 × 3 = Rs. 24,000
Interest earned by Rahul from scheme A = 24000 × 5 × 0.15 = Rs. 18,000
Amount invested by Ritesh in scheme A = 63000 ÷ 9 × 4 = Rs. 28,000
Interest earned by Ritesh from scheme A = 28000 × 3 × 0.13 = Rs. 10,920
Desired difference = 18000 – 10920 = Rs. 7,080
8.What is the ratio of the interest earned by Rajan from scheme B to the interest earned by Rahul from scheme A? Both the schemes offer simple interests.
A 17:50
B 33:100
C 63:200
D 21:67
E 23:67
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Correct Answer – C.63:200
Amount invested by Rajan in scheme B = 72000 ÷ 8 × 3 = Rs. 27,000
Interest earned by Rajan from scheme B = 27000 × 3 × 0.07 = Rs. 5,670
Amount invested by Rahul in scheme A = 56000 ÷ 7 × 3 = Rs. 24,000
Interest earned by Rahul from scheme A = 24000 × 5 × 0.15 = Rs. 18,000
Desired ratio = 5670:18000 = 63: 200
9.What is the difference between the total interests earned by Ramesh from both the schemes together and total interest earned by Rohan from both the schemes together? Both the schemes A and B, offers compound interest.
A Rs. 5,592.07
B Rs. 5,612.35
C Rs. 5,612.35
D Rs. 5,622.25
E Rs. 5,632.27
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Correct Answer – A. Rs. 5,592.07
Amount invested by Ramesh in scheme A = 61000 ÷ 5 × 2 = Rs. 24,400
Amount invested by Ramesh in scheme B = 61000 ÷ 5 × 3 = Rs. 36,600
Interest earned by Ramesh from scheme A = 24400 × {(1 + 0.08)^{2} – 1} = Rs. 4,060.16
Interest earned by Ramesh from scheme B = 36600 × {(1 + 0.12)^{2} – 1} = Rs. 9,311.04
Total interest earned by Ramesh = 4060.16 + 9311.04 = Rs. 13,371.20
Amount invested by Rohan in scheme A = 69000 ÷ 10 × 7 = Rs. 48,300
Amount invested by Rohan in scheme B = 69000 ÷ 10 × 3 = Rs. 20,700
Interest earned by Rohan from scheme A = 48300 × {(1 + 0.12)^{2} – 1} = Rs. 12,287.52
Interest earned by Rohan from scheme B = 20700 × {(1 + 0.15)^{2} – 1} = Rs. 6,675.75
Total interest earned by Rohan = 12287.52 + 6675.75 = Rs. 18,963.27