**SSC Mathematics Topic Wise Solved Papers – Data Interpretation**

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**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 1-3):** The pie chart, given here, represents the number of valid votes obtained by four students who contested election for school leadership. The total number of valid votes polled was 720.

Observe the chart and answer the questions based on it. **(SSC CGL 1st Sit 2010)**

**1. What was the minimum number of votes obtained by any candidate?**

(a) 100

(b) 110

(c) 120

(d) 130

**2. Who was the winner…. ?**

(a) Sivaraman

(b) Paramjeet

(c) Yasin

(d) Vishwanath

**3. By how many votes did the winner defeat his nearest rival ?**

(a) 40

(b) 45

(c) 48

(d) 50

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 4-6):** The pie chart, given here, shows the amount of money spent on various sports by a school administration in a particular year.

Observe the pie chart and answer the questions based on this graph. **(SSC CGL 2nd Sit.2010)**

**4. If the money spent on football was ₹ 9,000 how much more money was spent on hockey than on football ?**

(a) ₹ 11,000 (b) ₹ 11,500

(c) ₹ 12,000 (d) ₹ 12,500

**5. If the money spent on football was ₹ 9,000, what amount was spent on Cricket ?**

(a) ₹ 31,000

(b) ₹ 31,500

(c) ₹ 32,000

(d) ₹ 32,500

**6. If the money spent on football is ₹ 9,000, then what was the total amount spent on all sports ?**

(a) ₹ 73,000

(b) ₹ 72,800

(c) ₹ 72,500

(d) ₹ 72,000

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 7-10):** The following graph shows the demand and production of cotton by 5 companies A, B, C, D and E. Study the graph and answer questions.

**7. What is the ratio of companies having more demand than production to those having more production than demand?**

(a) 2:3

(b) 4:1

(c) 3:2

(d) 1:4

**8. What is the difference (in tonnes) between average demand and average production of the five companies taken together?**

(a) 320

(b) 420

(c) 2100

(d) 1050

**9. The production of company D is how many times that of the production of the company A?**

(a) 1.8

(b) 1.5

(c) 0.5

(d) 0.4

**10. The demand for company B is what percent of the demand for company C?**

(a) 1.5

(b) 2.5

(c) 25

(d) 30

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 11-14) :** The following graph shows the production of cotton bales of 100 kg each in lakhs by different states A, B, C, D and E over the years. Study the graph and answer Question Nos. 11 to 14.** (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.2011)**

**11. The production of State C in 2003-2004 is how many times its production in 2005-2006?**

(a) 2.5

(b) 1.85

(c) 1.5

(d) 0.4

**12. In which State(s) is there a steady increase in the production of cotton during the given period?**

(a) A and B

(b) B and D

(c) A and C

(d) DandE

**13. How many kg of cotton was produced by State C durig the given period?**

(a) 32,00,00,000 kg

(b) 42,50,00,000 kg

(c) 33,00,00,000 kg

(d) 35,00,00,000 kg

**14. The number of States for which the production of cotton in 2005-2006 is less than or equal to the preceding year is**

(a) 3

(b) 2

(c) 1

(d) There is no such states

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 15-19) :** The pie-chart given below shows the distribution of workforce by occupational category for country in 1981 and 1995. Study the chart and answer the questions no. 15 to 19.

**15. In 1981, the number of Sevice workers in the workforce, in millions, was**

(a) 15.0

(b) 20.5

(c) 22.5

(d) 28.0

**16. In 1981, the number of categories which comprised of more than 25 million workers each, is**

(a) two

(b) three

(c) four

(d) five

**17. The ratio of the number of workers in the Professional category in 1981 to the number of such workers in 1995 is**

(a) 4:9

(b) 5:14

(c) 9:14

(d) 14:9

**18. The increase in the number of Clerical workers in the workforce of country X from 1981 to 1995 (in millions) is**

(a) 0.75

(b) 1.5

(c) 0.5

(d) 1.25

**19. The percentage decrease in the number of Blue-Collar workers in the workforce of country X from 1981 to 1995 is**

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 20-24):** Read the following chart and answer the questions that follows:

The following pie-chart shows the preference of musical instruments of 60,000 people surveyed over whole India.

**20. If 2100 people be less from the number of people who prefer Flute, the percentage of people who prefer Flute would have been:**

(a) 9.5%

(b) 6.5%

(c) 7.5%

(d) 8.5%

**21. The total number of people who prefer either Sarod or Guitar, is greater than the total number of people who prefer either Violin or Sitar by:**

(a) 1200

(b) 1600

(c) 1100

(d) 1400

**22. The number of people who prefer the musical instrument Sarod is:**

(a) 7400

(b) 8400

(c) 6400

(d) 8600

**23. If 16 2/3% of the people who prefer Piano, would go with the people who prefers Flute, the percentage of people who prefer Flute would have been :**

(a) 13.5%

(b) 14.5%

(c) 15.5%

(d) 12.5%

**24. The number of people who prefer Guitar is greater than the total number of people who prefer either Flute or Piano by:**

(a) 1200

(b) 1100

(c) 1300

(d) 1400

**DIRECTIONS (Qs 25-29) :** Study the graph and answer the questions that follows :

Circle graph given below shows the expenditure incurred in bringing out a book by a publisher.

**25. The central angle of the sector for the cost of the paper is :**

(a) 22.5°

(b) 16°

(c) 54.8°

(d) 57.6°

**26. Royalty on the book is less than the Advertisement charges by:**

(a) 3%

(b) 25%

(c) 20%

(d) 16%

**27. If 5500 copies are published, Miscellaneous expenditures amounts to ₹ 1848 and publisher’s profit is 25%, then marked price of each copy is:**

(a) ₹ 12.50

(b) ₹ 10.50

(c) ₹ 10

(d) ₹ 8.40

**28. If the cost of printing is ₹ 17,500, the Royalty is:**

(a) ₹ 8750

(b) ₹ 6300

(c) ₹ 7500

(d) ₹ 3150

**29. If the Miscellaneous charges is ₹ 6,000, the Advertisement charges are:**

(a) ₹ 27,000

(b) ₹ 90,000

(c) ₹ 12,000

(d) ₹ 1,33333

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 30-34) :** The graph shows Income and Expenditure of a company. Study the graph and answer the questions.

**30. The expenditure from 2002 to 2003 increased by**

(a) 331%

(b) 40%

(c) 10%

(d) 20%

**31. The income in 2002 was equal to the expenditure in the year**

(a) 2003

(b) 2004

(c) 2000

(d) 2001

**32. The profit was maximum in the year**

(a) 2003

(b) 2004

(c) 2001

(d) 2002

**33. The difference in profit between 2001 and 2002 is**

(a) ₹ 25 lakhs

(b) No difference

(c) ₹ 10 lakhs

(d) ₹ 20 lakhs

**34. The number of years in which the income exceeds the average income is**

(a) three

(b) four

(c) one

(d) two

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 35-39):** The number of mobile simcards in 4 states are given in multiple bar diagrams. Study the diagram and answer the following questions below.

**35. In Assam, the ratio of Aircell simcard and Airtel simcard sold is:**

(a) 3:2

(b) 2:5

(c) 5:2

(d) 2:3

**36. In which state are there the largest number of owners of Airtel simcard?**

(a) Tamil Nadu

(b) Gujarat

(c) Kerala

(d) Assam

**37. Average of simcard sold in the four states in lakhs is**

(a) 30.25

(b) 40.5

(c) 35

(d) 33.75

**38. The range of BSNL simcard sold in the 4 states in lakhs is:**

(a) 12

(b) 15

(c) 14

(d) 13

**39. Of all the simcards sold irj all the four states, the number of simcards sold in Gujarat is (approx)**

(a) 40%

(b) 38%

(c) 35%

(d) 42%

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 40-44):** Population of five adjacent areas of a town, in the year of 2010, are represented in the following Pie- chart. the ratio of the numbers of males to that of females in these areas are stated in the table below. The total of the population in all the five areas is 72 lakh. Study the Pie-chart and the table and then answer the questions.

**41. The number of males in the areas S1 and S4 together is**

(a) 13.8 lakh

(b) 8.2lakh

(c) 16.2 lakh

(d) 15.8 lakh

**42. The ratio of number of females in the area S2 to that in the f area S5 is**

(a) 108:35

(b) 36:13

(c) 9:7

(d) 13:36 .

**43. If, in the year 2010, there was an increase of 5% population in the area S1 and 8% increase in population of the area S3 compared to the previous year, then the ratio of population in the areas S1 and S3, in the year 2009 was**

(a) 108:35

(b) 27:10

(c) 27:70

(d) 10:3

**44. The average of female population in all the five areas is lower than the female population in each of the areas**

(a) S1 and S2 (b) S2 and S5

(c) S2 and S4 (d) S4 and S5

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 45-49):** The following pie-chart represents the profits earned by a certain company in seven consecutive years. Study the pie-chart carefully and answer the question.

**45. If the expenditure in the year 1993 was 30% more than the expenditure in the year 1991, then the income in the year 1993 exceeds the in come in the year 1991 by 3 0% of**

(a) the income in the year 1991

(b) the expenditure in the year 1993

(c) the income in the year 1993

(d) the expenditure in the year 1991

**46. If x% of the total of profits earned in all the given years is same as the profit earned in the year 1994, then x is**

**47. The ratios of expenditures and incomes in the years 1992, 1994 and 1996 are given to be 6:5:8 and 2:3:4 respectively. The ratio of the income in the year 1996 to the total expenditure in the years 1992 and 1994 is**

(a) 40:11

(b) 10:7

(c) 20:11

(d) 20:13

**48. The year in which the profit is nearest to the average of the profits earned in all the given years is**

(a) 1991

(b) 1995

(c) 1993

(d) 1994

**49. If the income in the year 1997 was 5 times the expenditure made in the same year, then the ratio of the profit earned in the year 1991 to the expenditure in the year 1997 was**

(a) 11:28

(b) 44:7

(c) 28:11

(d) 7:44

**50. The following graph represents the maximum and minimum temperature recorded every day in a certain week. The day on which the difference between the maximum and minimum temperature was maximum is (SSC Multitasking 2013)**

(a) Monday

(b) Wednesday

(c) Saturday

(d) Sunday

**51. Different choices made by a group of 200 students are given below in percentage. The number of students who have taken neither Science nor Commerce is (SSC Multitasking 2013)**

(a) 40

(b) 80

(c) 120

(d) 60

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 52-55) :** The following table shows the productions of food-grains (in million tons) in a state for the period 1999 – 2000 to 2003 – 2004. Read the table and answer the questions.

**52. In 2002 – 2003, the percentage increase in the production of barley as compared to the previous year was:**

(a) 14.20

(b) 17.85

(c) 18.75

(d) 7.90

**53. During the period 1999 – 2000 to 2003 – 2004, x per cent of the total production is production of wheat. The value of x is about:**

(a) 12.6

(b) 37.4

(c) 37.8

(d) 20.2

**54. In the year 2003 – 2004, the increase in production was maximum over the previous year for:**

(a) Rice

(b) Barley

(c) Other cereals

(d) Wheat

**55. The difference of average production of rice and the average production of barley over the years is:**

(a) 50

(b) 60

(c) 80

(d) 40

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 56-60):** Production of three different flavours soft drinks X, Y and Z for a period of six years has been expressed in the following graph. Study the graph and answer the questions.

**56. The approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2010 as compared to the production in 2008 is:**

(a) 33%

(b) 22.5%

(c) 42%

(d) 25%

**57. The average annual production was maximum in the given period for the flavour:**

(a) Y only

(b) Z only

(c) X and Z

(d) X only

**58. What percent of the total production of flavour X in 2005 and 2006 combined is the total production of flavour Z in 2007 and 2008 combined?**

(a) 102.25

(b) 115.57

(c) 133.33

(d) 96.67

**59. The percentage of rise/fall in production from the previous year is maximum for the flavour Y in this year:**

(a) 2007

(b) 2008

(c) 2009

(d) 2006

**60. The difference (in lakh bottles) between the average production of flavour X in 2005,2006,2007 and the average production of flavour Y in 2008, 2009 and 2010 is:**

(a) 2.4

(b) 0.5

(c) 1.5

(d) 5

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 61-63):** The following pie-chart shows the number of students admitted in different faculties of a college. Study the chart and answer the question.

**61. If 1000 students are admitted in science, what is the total number of students ?**

(a) 360

(b) 180

(c) 1800

(d) 3600

**62. If 1000 students are admitted in science, what is the ratio of students in science and arts ?**

(a) 5:6

(b) 6:5

(c) 7:5

(d) 7:6

**63. How many students are more in commerce than in law if 1000 students are in science ?**

(a) 20

(b) 200

(c) 2000

(d) 500

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 64-67):** Study the two pie-charts and answer the questions.

**64. The average amount spent on Education, Grocery and Savings from April month’s salary is:**

(a) ₹ 5520

(b) ₹ 5800

(c) ₹ 6000

(d) ₹ 6325

**65. From the salary of May, the amount spent on Grocery and Electricity are:**

(a) ₹ 2160, ₹ 480

(b) ₹ 6250, ₹ 3360

(c) ₹ 960, ₹ 5040

(d) ₹ 3500, ₹ 2250

**66. The ratio of amount spent for savings in April month’s salary and miscellaneous in May month’s salary is :**

(a) 235:50

(b) 216:25

(c) 217:26

(d) 205:13

**67. What is the percent increase in Education in May month than April month?**

(a) 10.82%

(b) 9.56%

(c) 12.35%

(d) 20%

**68. Study the above bar graph showing the production of food grains (in million tons). (SSC CGL 2nd Sit.2013)**

What is the ratio between the maximum production and the minimum production during the given period?

(a) 1:2

(b) 2:3

(c) 3:4

(d) 5:2

**69. The total number of students involved in the data is**

(a) 33

(b) 32

(c) 43

(d) 42

**70. The maximum number of students got the marks in the interval of**

(a) 10-20

(b) 20-30

(c) 30-40

(d) 40-50

**71. The least number of students got the marks in the interval**

(a) 40-50

(b) 20-30

(c) 10-20

(d) 0-10

**72. The ratio of the students obtaining marks in the first and the last interval is**

(a) 5:4

(b) 6:5

(c) 4:5

(d) 3:4

**73. The difference in the amount estimated by the family on interior decoration and architect’s fees is**

(a) ₹ 10000

(b) ₹ 9500

(c) ₹ 7200

(d) ₹ 9600

**74. In a certain country, allocations to various sectors of the yearly budget per ₹ 1000 crores are represented by this pie- diagram. The expenditure (in ₹) on Agriculture is**

(a) 250 crores

(b) 150 crores

(c) 300 crores

(d) 200 crores

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 75-77):** Shown below is the multiple bar diagram depicting the changes in the roll strength of a college in four faculties from 2001 – 02 to 2003 – 04.

**75. The percentage of students in Science faculty in 2001 – 2002 is**

(a) 27.8%

(b) 29.6%

(c) 30.2%

(d) 26.9%

**76. The percentage of students in Law faculty in 2003 – 04 is**

(a) 15.6%

(b) 16.7%

(c) 14.8%

(d) 18.5%

**77. Percentage of increase in Science students in 2003 – 04 over 2001-2002 is**

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 78-81):** The following pie-chart shows the marks scored by a student in different subject – viz. Physics (Ph), Chemistry (Ch), Mathematical (M), Social Science (SS) and English (E) in an examination. Assuming that total marks obtained for the examination in 810, answer the questions given below.

**78. The subject in which the student obtained 135 marks is**

(a) Chemistry

(b) Mathematics

(c) English

(d) Physics

**79. The marks obtained in English, Physics and Social Science exceed the marks obtained in Mathematics and Chemistry by**

**80. The difference ofmarks between Physics and Chemistry is same as that between**

(a) Mathematics and English

(b) English and Social Science

(c) Chemistry and Social Science

(d) Physics and English

**81. The marks obtained in Mathematics and Chemistry exceed the marks obtained in Physics and Social Science by**

(a) 40

(b) 45

(c) 50

(d) 30

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 82-84) :** The following graph shows the expenditure incurred in bringing a book, by a magazine producer. Study the graph and answer question.

**82. What should be the central angle of the sector for the cost of the paper ?**

(a) 57.6°

(b) 54.4°

(c) 56.7°

(d) 54.8°

**83. If the miscellaneous charges are ₹ 6,000, the cost of paper is**

(a) ₹ 12,000

(b) ₹ 18,000

(c) ₹ 15,000

(d) ₹ 24,000

**84. If 5500 copies are published, miscellaneous expenditures amount to ₹ 1,848, find the cost price of 1 copy.**

(a) ₹ 10.40

(b) ₹ 9.40

(c) ₹ 12.40

(d) ₹ 8.40

**DIRECTIONS: (Qs. 85-86) :** The pass percentage for an examination in a school is shown in the adjoining bar diagram, for males and females separately for four years. Study the diagram and answer the question.

**85. The maximum percentage of students passed in the year is**

(a) 2007

(b) 2008

(c) 2009

(d) 2010

**86. The year in which the difference of pass percentage between male and female is maximum, is**

(a) 2010

(b) 2009

(c) 2008

(d) 2007

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 87-88):** The adjacent histogram shows the average pocket money received by 60 students for a span of one month. Study the diagram and answer the question.

**87. Maximum number of students received pocket money between**

(a) 50-80

(b) 140-170

(c) 80-110

(d) 110-140

**88. The number of students who received pocket money upto ₹ 140 is**

(a) 20 (b) 32

(c) 48 (d) 56

**DIRECTIONS (89-93):** The sub divided bar diagram given below depicts H.S. Students of a school for three years. Study the diagram and answer the questions.

**89. The percentage passed in 1st division in 2008 was**

**90. The pass percentage in 2008 was**

**91. In which year the school had the best result for H.S. in respect of percentage of pass candidates ?**

(a) 2008

(b) 2009

(c) 2010

(d) The percentage of pass candidates are same for the three years.

**92. The number of students passed in third division in the year 2008 was**

(a) 50

(b) 60

(c) 70

(d) 80

**93. The percentage of the students passed in 2nd division in the year 2010 was**

(a) 30%

(b) 40%

(c) 50%

(d) 60%

**DIRECTIONS (94-95):** Following figure is Pie-chart representing itemwise cost of manufacturing certain product. Study the chart and answer the questions.

**94. Total manufacturing cost is ₹ 96,000. Then, cost of labour is**

(a) ₹ 30,720

(b) ₹ 38,400

(c) ₹ 11,520

(d) ₹ 15,000

**95. The difference of cost of material and direct expenses is**

(a) ₹ 26,000

(b) ₹ 10,000

(c) ₹ 26,500

(d) ₹ 26,880

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 96-97):** The bar graph shows the marks obtained by a student in an examination out of 100 marks in each subject. Study the diagram and answer the questions.

**96. The average marks of Hindi and English is**

(a) 60

(b) 65

(c) 50

(d) 55

**97. The ratio of the marks of Maths and History is**

(a) 4:3

(b) 6:5

(c) 8:5

(d) 3:4

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 98-99):** Various expenditures incured by a publishing company for publ ishing a book in 2011 are given below. Study the chart and answer the questions.

**98. Royalty of a book is less than the printing cost by**

**99. Price of a book is 20% above cost price. If the marked price is ₹180, then the cost of paper for a single copy, in ₹, is**

(a) 42

(b) 44.25

(c) 36

(d) 22.50

**100. Using the pie-chart answer the following;**

**If the annual income ofthe family is ₹ 60,000, then the savings is (SSC Multitasking 2014)**

(a) ₹ 7,500

(b) ₹ 9,000

(c) ₹ 3,000

(d) ₹ 6,000

**101. The equation of the graph shown here is**

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 102-106):** The following pie-chart shows the monthly expenditure of a family on ibod, house rent, clothing, education, fuel and miscellaneous. Study the pie-chart and answer questions.

**102. If the expenditure for food is ₹ 9000, then the expenditure for education is (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

(a) ₹ 5000

(b) ₹ 5200

(c) ₹ 5400

(d) ₹ 6000

**103. The central angle of the sector for the expenditure on fuel (in degrees) is (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

(a) 50.4

(b) 54

(c) 57.6

(d) 72

**104. If the expenditure on fuel is ₹ 3000, then the total expenditure excluding expenditure on house rent and education is (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

(a) ₹ 11600

(b) ₹ 12000

(c) ₹ 12400

(d) ₹ 12500

**105. If the percentage of expenditure on food is x% of the total percentage of expenditure on clothing, education and fuel, then x equals (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

**106. Total percentage of expenditure on house rent, clothing and fuel is greater than the percentage of expenditure on food by (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

(a) 16

(b) 17

(c) 18

(d) 20

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 107-110):** The bar chart representing the number of first year B.Com. students of St. Xavier’s College using different companies’ smart phones. Study bar chart and answer the question that follow:

**The bar chart representing the no. of students using different smartphones. (SSC Sub. Ins. 2014)**

**107. The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls using the smart phones of Samsung and Sony together is**

(a) 12:13

(b) 13:12

(c) 14:11

(d) 11:14

**108. What percentage of boys are using the smart phones of Samsung ?**

(a) 16.52%

(b) 17.52%

(c) 18.52%

(d) 15.52%

**109. What percentage of girls are using the smart phones of Nokia ?**

(a) 33.58%

(b) 32.58%

(c) 30.58%

(d) 31.58%

**110. The difference between the total number of students using smart phones of Samsung combined together and the total number of students using smart phone of Sony taken together is**

(a) 20

(b) 60

(c) 80

(d) 40

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 112-115):** Sales of Books (in thousand numbers) from Six Branches – B1, B2, B3, B4, B5 and B6 of a Publishing Company in 2000 and 2001. Study the graph and answer the question that follow:

**112. Total sale of branches Bl, B3 and B5 together for both the years (in thousand numbers) is**

(a) 250

(b) 310

(c) 435

(d) 560

**113. Find the ratio of the total sales of branch B2 for both years to the total sales of branch B4 for both years.**

(a) 2:3

(b) 3:5

(c) 4:5

(d) 7:9

**114. Percentage of the average sale of branches B1, B2 and B3 in 2001 and the average sale of branches B1, B3 and B6 in 2000**

(a) 87.5

(b) 75

(c) 77.5

(d) 82.5

**115. Find the percentage increase in the sales of books of branch B3 in the year 2001 than the branch B2.**

(a) 69.2

(b) 50.8

(c) 40.9

(d) 65.7

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 116-120):** The diagram shows the age distribution of the patients admitted to a hospital in a particular day. Study the diagram and answer

(SSC CHSL 2014)

**116. Number of patients of age between 55 years to 60 years, who got admitted to the hospital on that day is**

(a) 6

(b) 4

(c) 24

(d) 8

**117. Total number of patients of age more than 55 years, who got admitted to the hospital is**

(a) 4

(b) 7

(c) 9

(d) 10

**118. Number of patients of age more than 40 years and less than 55 years, who got admitted to the hospital on that day is**

(a) 20

(b) 30

(c) 15

(d) 12

**119. Percentage of patients of ageless than 45 years, who got admitted to the hospital on that day is approximately equal to**

(a) 14%

(b) 20%

(c) 37%

(d) 62%

**120. About 11% ofthe patients who got admitted to the hospital on that particular day were of age**

(a) either between 35 years and 40 years or between 55 years and 60 years

(b) between 60 years and 65 years

(c) between 35 years and 40 years

(d) between 35 years and 40 years and between 55 years and 60 years

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 121-123):** Study the following table and answer question.

**121. The ratio of the total number of students scoring marks less than 50% to that of scoring marks exactly 50% is**

(a) 50:3

(b) 25:2

(c) 25:4

(d) 35:2

**122. Which school has the highest number of students scoring exactly 50% marks?**

(a) D

(b) E

(c) B

(d) A

**123. The total number of students scoring 50% or more marks is**

(a) 1250

(b) 875

(c) 775

(d) 675

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 124-127):** Study the following graph which shows income and expenditure of a company over the years 2005-2009 and answer

**124. The difference in profit (T in crores) of the company during 2006 and 2007 is**

(a) 10

(b) 15

(c) 20

(d) 25

**125. In how many years was the income of the company less than the average income of the given years?**

(a) 4

(b) 3

(c) 2

(d) 1

**126. The percentage increase in expenditure fo the company from 2007 to 2008 is**

(a) 20

(b) 25

(c) 30

(d) 35

**127. Profit of the company was maximum in the year**

(a) 2009

(b) 2008

(c) 2006

(d) 2005

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 128-131):** Study the bar graph and answer the question.

**128. The approximate percentage increase in quantity from 1997 to 1998 was:**

(a) 27.3%

(b) 27.8%

(c) 26.5%

(d) 26.9%

**129. Percentage fall in value from 2000 to 2001 in:**

(a) 50%

(b) 75%

(c) 25%

(d) 40%

**130. The difference between the bags exported in 1999 and 2000 was.**

(a) 50,000,00

(b) 1,00,000,00

(c) 1,50,000,00

(d) 2,00,000,00

**131. Value per bag was minimum in the year:**

(a) 2001

(b) 1999

(c) 1996

(d) 1997

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 132-135):** The Expenditure of a family in a month is represented by a Pie-chart. Read it and answer thee questions. **(SSC CHSL2015)**

**132. The ratio of the amount spent on food and clothes ?**

(a) 2:5

(b) 4:1

(c) 4:5

(d) 5:1

**133. The % money spent on food compared to house rent is by?**

(a) 12.5%

(b) None of the options

(c) 25%

(d) 50%

**134. The total money spent on clothes and miscellaneous items are:**

(a) None of the options

(b) ₹ 3600

(c) ₹ 900

(d) ₹ 2000

**135. If the total amount spent is ₹ 7,200. Find the amount spent on food ?**

(a) ₹ 3000

(b) ₹ 4500

(c) ₹ 6000

(d) ₹ 1500

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 136-140):** Study the following bar graph and answer the questions. **(SSC CHSL 2015)**

**136. The number of years, the production of fertilizers was more than average production of the given years is:**

(a) 2

(b) 1

(c) 3

(d) 4

**137. The percentage increase in production of fertilizers in 2002 compared to that in 1995 is:**

(a) 200%

(b) 180%

(c) 220%

(d) 240%

**138. The percentage decline in the production of fetilizers from 1997 to 1998 is:**

(a) 27.5% (b) 25%

(c) 26% (d) 23%

**139. The average production of 1996 and 1997 is exactly equal to the average production of the years ?**

(a) 2000 and 2001

(b) 1999and2000

(c) 1995 and 2001

(d) 1995 and 1999

**140. The percentage increase in production as compared to previous year is maximum in year:**

(a) 1999

(b) 1996

(c) 1997

(d) 2002

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 141-144):** Study the following bar diagram carefully and answer the following Four Questions.

The number of the production of electronic items (TVs and LCDs) in a factory during the period from 2009 to 2013. **(SSC CGL 1st Sit. 2015)**

**141. The total number of production of electronic items i s maximum in the year**

(a) 2009

(b) 2010

(c) 2011

(d) 2013

**142. The ratio of production of LCD s in the year 2011 and 2013 is**

(a) 3:4

(b) 4:3

(c) 2:3

(d) 1:4

**143. The difference between averages of production of TVs and LCDs from 2009 to 2012 is**

(a) 600

(b) 700

(c) 800

(d) 900

**144. The ratio of production of TV s in the years 2009 and 2010 is**

(a) 7:6

(b) 6:7

(c) 2:3

(d) 3:2

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 145-148):** The pie-chart given here shows expenditure incurred by a family on various items and their savings. Study the chart and answer the questions based on the pie-chart

**145. If the monthly income is ₹ 36000 then the yearly savings is:**

(a) ₹ 72000

(b) ₹ 60000

(c) ₹ 74000

(d) ₹ 70000

**146. If the expenditure on education is ₹1600 more than that of housing then the expenditure on food is:**

(a) ₹ 6000

(b) ₹ 12000

(c) ₹ 7000

(d) ₹ 3333

**147. The ratio of expenditure on food to savings is :**

(a) 2:1

(b) 3:1

(c) 3:2

(d) 10:9

**148. The average marks obtained by a student in 6 subjects is 88. On subsequent verification it was found that the marks obtained by him in a subject was wrongly copied as 86 instead of 68. The correct average of the marks obtained by him is-**

(a) 85

(b) 87

(c) 84

(d) 86

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 149-152):** The following piechart shows the study time of different subjects of a student in a day . Study the pie chart and answer the following questions.

**149. The time spent to study history and chemistry is 4 hours 30 minutes, Then the student studied physics for**

(a) 1 hour 30min

(b) 2.9 hour (approx.)

(c) 2 hours

(d) 3 hours

**150. If the student studied chemistry for 3 hours, then he / she studied geography for**

(a) 1 hour

(b) 2 hours

(c) 1 hour 30 minutes

(d) 2 hour 30 minutes

**151. If the student studied 10 hours in a day, then he/ she studied mathematics for.**

(a) 3 hour

(b) 10/3 hour

(c) 1/3 hour

(d) 3/1Q hour

**152. Instead of 10% , if the student spends 15% to study other subjects and the time is taken from the time scheduled to study mathematics and if he/ she used to study 20 hours per day, then the difference of time for studying mathematics per day is**

(a) 30 minutes

(b) 45 minutes

(c) 1 hour

(d) 1 hour 30 minutes

**DIRECTION: (Qs. 153-156):** The bar graph given indicates the income of a firm. Study the graph and answer the questions given.

**153. Which period shows a steady increase of income?**

(a) March to May

(b) February to April

(c) February to May

(d) Insufficient data to predict

**154. During which month, the ratio of the income to that of the previous month is the largest ?**

(a) February

(b) March

(c) April

(d) May

**155. The income of May is how many times to that of Februarey?**

(a) 3.25

(b) 4

(c) 3.5

(d) 5

**156. The average monthly income of the firm (in lakh rupees) is**

(a) 7.6

(b) 6

(c) 8.8

(d) None of these

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 157-160):** Abar graph showingthe heights of six mountain peaks. Study the bar graph and answer questions

**157. The average height of all the peaks (in meters) is**

(a) 7601.5

(b) 7600

(c) 7599.5

(d) 7610

**158. Which peak is the second highest?**

(a) B

(b) C

(c) A

(d) E

**159. Write the ratio of the heights of the highest peak and the lowest peak**

(a) 22:15

(b) 15:22

(c) 20:13

(d) 13:22

**160. When the heights of the given peaks are written in ascending order, what is the average of the middle two peaks?**

(a) 7950m

(b) 7560m

(c) 7650 m

(d) 7850 m

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 161-165):** Study the following table which shows the amount of money invested (Rupees in crore) in the core infrastructure areas of two districts. A and B of a State, and answer the below five questions.

**161. By approximately what percent was the total investment in the two districts A and B more in 1996 as compared to 1995?**

(a) 18%

(b) 14%

(c) 21%

(d) 24%

**162. The total investment in electricity and thermal energy in 1995, in these two districts A and B formed approximately what percent of the total investment made in that year?**

(a) 55%

(b) 41%

(c) 52%

(d) 47%

**163. In district B, the investment in which area in 1996 did show the highest percentage increase over the investment in that area in 1995?**

(a) Nuclear

(b) Electricity

(c) Chemical

(d) Solar

**164. Approximately how many times was the total investment in 1995 and 1996 in district B was that of total investment of district A in the same years?**

(a) 1.7

(b) 2.8

(c) 2.4

(d) 1.9

**165. If the total investment in district B shows the same rate of increase in 1997, as it had shown from 1995 to 1996, what approximately would be the total investment in B in 1997?**

(a) ₹ 9850 crore

(b) ₹10020 crore

(c) ₹ 8540 crore

(d) ₹ 9170 crore

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 166-169)::** The bar graph shows the results of an annual examination in a secondary school in a certain year. **(SSC Sub Ins. 2016)**

**166. The ratio of the total number of boys passed to the total number of gives passed in the three classes VII, VIII and IX is**

(a) 20:23

(b) 18:21

(c) 21:26

(d) 19:25

**167. The average number of boys passed per class is**

(a) 75

(b) 78

(c) 70

(d) 72

**168. The class having the highest number of passed student is**

(a) IX

(b) X

(c) VIII (d) VII

**169. The class in which the number of boys passed is nearest to the average number of girls passed per class, is**

(a) VIII

(b) X

(c) VI

(d) IX

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 170-173):** Study the following table carefully to answer these questions: **(SSC CGL 2017)**

**170. What is the average number of students studying Commerce Number of Students Studying Five Different Disciplines From Five Institutes from all the Institutes together?**

(a) 356

(b) 360

(c) 348

(d) 344

**171. Total number of students studying Arts from Insitutes A and B together is approximately what per cent of the total number of students studying computer Science from these two Institutes?**

(a) 84

(b) 95

(c) 88

(d) 90

**172. What is the ratio between total number of Students studying Science from Institutes C and D together and the total number of students studying Computers Science from these two Institutes together respectively?**

(a) 13:12

(b) 12:13

(c) 13:15

(d) 15:13

**173. What is the average number of students studying all disciplines together from institute E?**

(a) 312

(b) 310

(c) 302

(d) 304

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 174-177):** The pie chart given below shows the number of shoes of 5 different brands in a multi brand store. There are total 1200 shoes. **(SSC CGL 2017)**

**174. How many shoes are there of Reebok brand?**

(a) 230

(b) 276

(c) 286

(d) 216

**175. What is the difference in number of shoes of Puma and Vans?**

(a) 96

(b) 156

(c) 84

(d) 112

**176. The difference between the number of shoes of Reebok and Nike is same as the difference between which of the following two brands?**

(a) Puma and Adidas

(b) Reebok and Adidas

(c) Vans and Nike

(d) Nike and Adidas

**177. Puma shoes are how much percent more than the Nike shoes?**

(a) 14.28

(b) 16.66

(c) 25

(d) 21,33

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 178-181):** The pie chart given below shows the break – up of number of hours of teaching various subjects at an institute by Mr. Raghav.

**178. If Mr. Raghav taught a total of 500 hours, then what is the difference in number of hours of teaching algebra and modern Maths?**

(a) 15

(b) 20

(c) 25

(d) 40

**179. Mr. Raghav taught Geometry for 36 hours. If the time taken in teaching Ratio consitutes one-fourth of the time for Arithmetic, then for how much time (in hours) did he taught the topic Ratio?**

(a) 46

(b) 51.75

(c) 69

(d) 103.5

**180. If Data Interpretation and Modern Maths were taught for a combined time of 96 hours, then for how much time (in hours) were Number system and Geometry taught?**

(a) 136

(b) 184

(c) 216

(d) 232

**181. A new topic named Problem Solving was also introduced and it was decided that 10% time of all topics except Arithmetic will be devoted to it. What will be the central angle (in degrees) made by Problem Solving in the new pie chart?**

(a) 17.28

(b) 18

(c) 19.44

(d) 36

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 182-185):** The pie chart given below shows the percentage of time taken by different processes in making a car.

**182. If total time taken to make a car is 300 hours, then what is the total time (in hours) taken in paint and frame?**

(a) 99

(b) 72

(c) 105

(d) 66

**183. If time taken in seats is 192 hours, then what is the time taken (in hours) in glass?**

(a) 256

(b) 352

(c) 416

(d) 278

**184. If total time taken in engine and tyres is 127.5 hours, then what is the difference (in hours) in time taken by frame and glass respectively?**

(a) 27.5

(b) 12.5

(c) 40

(d) 35

**185. 15% of total time is spent on quality check and this time is equally taken from all other processes. So What will be the new sectorial angle (in degrees) made by total time of seats and glass?**

(a) 28.6

(b) 32.4

(c) 35.8

(d) 31.6

**DIRECTIONS (Q. 186): **Refer the below data table and answer following Question.** (SSC CHSL 2017)**

**186. What is the average bonus (in rupees)?**

(a) 5419995

(b) 160000

(c) 361333

(d) 126000

**187. Refer the below data table and answer the following Questions:- (SSC CHSL 2017)**

**For which of the following pairs of years the total exports from the three Companies together are equal?**

(a) 2011 & 2012

(b) 2013 & 2015

(c) 2011 & 2014

(d) 2014 & 2015

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 188-189):** Refer the below data table and answer the following Question. **(SSC CHSL 2017)**

**188. What was the total Profit or Loss of the company in last 5 years?**

(a) Profit of ₹ 15 crores

(b) Loss of ₹ 5 crores

(c) Loss of ₹ 15 crores

(d) Profit of ₹ 25 crores

**189. Refer the below data table and answer following Question.**

** Jewellery was what percent of total exports?**

(a) 25 percent

(b) 27.5 percent

(c) 22.5 percent

(d) 20 percent

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 190-191):** The following bar diagram graph depicts the sales of items (in lakhs) in a departmental store from April to August in the current year. Study the graph and answer the following questions using the data provided here. **(SSC MTS 2017)**

**190. The sales in july is how many times to sales in May?**

(a) 300

(b) 3

(c) 2.5

(d) 2

**191. The average monthly sale (in lakhs) is:**

(a) 600

(b) 780

(c) 650

(d) 720

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 192-195) :** The bar graph given below represents the total population and male population (in ‘000) of a city, during the period of2013 to 2016.** (SSC Sub. Ins. 2017)**

**192. What is the ratio of male and female population respectively in 2015?**

(a) 12:7

(b) 5:7

(c) 7:5

(d) 5:3

**193. In 2016 male population is how much percent more than the female population?**

(a) 25

(b) 20

(c) 23

(d) 28

**194. In 2014 female population is what percent of total population?**

(a) 62.96

(b) 37.03

(c) 20

(d) 31.13

**195. Female population in 2015 is what percent of female population is 2014?**

(a) 25

(b) 80

(c) 150

(d) 125

**DIRECTIONS (Qs. 196-200):** The pie chart given below shows the expenditure (in percentage) of Mahesh. The monthly income of Mahesh is ₹ 26000.** (SSC Sub. Ins. 2017)**

**196. How much does he spend (in ₹) on Rent?**

(a) 2080

(b) 2275

(c) 2470

(d) 2840

**197. How much more does he spend (in ₹) on the saving and fuel taken together than transport?**

(a) 5850

(b) 6060

(c) 7020

(d) 8420

**198. Had his income been ₹ 22,000, how much less he would have spend on Miscellaneous (in ₹)?**

(a) 510

(b) 680

(c) 765

(d) 935

**199. If he invests 65% of his savings on purchasing gold then how much amount (in ₹) does he spend on gold?**

(a) 3312

(b) 4124

(c) 3522

(d) 3718

**200. What will be the approximate difference (in ₹) between the average expenditure on saving, rent and fuel and average expenditure on food, transport and savings?**

(a) 433

(b) 444

(c) 417

(d) 467

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