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# Mock Paper for SBI PO 2014: Data Interpretation-5

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Last Updated: Wed, Jun 18, 2014 12:02 hrs

SBI will be conducting the written examination for recruitment to the post of Probationary Officers in June, 2014. The written examination consists of 4 sections-

• Reasoning
• English
• Data Interpretation and Analysis
• General Awareness, Marketing & Computers.

50 questions will be asked from each section.

MockBank, a group of experts who carefully create mock tests specific to each competitive examination, have come up with sample questions regarding Data Interpretation -5 for SBI PO 2014.

Directions (1-5): In a company there are five different departments (A, B, C, D and E). In each department, a certain number of male and female employees are working. The given bar chart shows the number of employees working in each department and the line graph shows the ratio of male to female workers in each department.

Ratio b/w Male & Female

1.      What is the difference between the toal numbers of male and female employees in the company?
1) 34                         2) 24              3) 14
4) 4                           5) 0

2.      What is the ratio of male to female employees working in department B?
1) 4 : 5                      2) 5 : 4           3) 3 : 5
4) 5 : 3                      5) 3 : 2

3.      What is the average number of male employees working in all the five departments?
1) 60                         2) 70              3) 80
4) 50                         5) 90

4.      The number of male employees working in department A is what percentage more than that working in department B?
1) 20%                      2) 25%          3) 30%
4) 40%                      5) 50%

5.      What is the ratio of the difference between the number of female and male employees in department D to that in department E?
1) 2 : 3                      2) 3 : 1           3) 3 : 2
4) 1 : 3                      5) None of these

Directions (6-10): The expenditure and percentage profit of two companies A and B for six years in the period 2001-2006 are shown in the given bar graph and line graph. The expenditure is given in  lakhs.

6.      What is the difference between the average expenditure of Company A from 2001 to 2006 and that of Company B?
1) Rs 60 lakhs                2)  Rs 45 lakhs               3) Rs 30 lakhs
4) Rs 15 lakhs               5) Rs 10 lakhs

7.      In how many of the given years is the income of Company A more than Rs 100 lakhs?
1) Four                             2) Three                                3) Two
4) One                     5) None

8.      In how many years is the profit of Company B more than Rs 10 lakhs?
1) Five                    2) Four                                 3) Three
4) Two                    5) One

9.      In 2004, the income of Company B is what percentage more than the income of Company A?
1) 32%                    2) 24%                    3) 16%
4) 12%                    5) 8%

10.   What is the ratio of the income of Company B in 2004 to that of Company A in 2005?
1) 9 : 13                    2) 13 : 9                              3) 11 : 9
4) 13 : 11                  5) 5 : 4