Quantitative Aptitude Quiz – 20 (Data Interpretation)





Q(1-4)Study the following line graph carefully and answer the questions given below. This graph is between literacy rates vs years.

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1.In the year 1951, among the total population what was the ratio of males to females in the country ‘X’?
(1) 947: 881   (2) 943: 883    (3) 883: 947    (4) Data inadequate   (5) none of these

2. In which of the census years percentage increase given in male literacy rate was the highest with respect to previous census year?
(1) 1981  (2) 1991    (3) 2001   (4) 1961  (5) None of these

3. In which of the given census years was the percentage increase in the literacy rate of females the lowest with respect to that of previous census year?
(1) 1981    (2) 1991   (3) 2001    (4) Data inadequate    (5) none of these

4. In which of the given census years were the percentage increase in the number of males the highest with respect to the previous census year?
(1) 1981    (2) 1991    (3) 2001    (4) Data inadequate    (5) none of these

5. The circumference of a circular park is 968m. The park is surrounded on the outside by a road 2.8 m wide. What is the area of the road?
1) 2640.12 sq m   2) 2735.04 sq m    3) 2831.6 sq m   4) 2942 sq m    5) None of these

Q(6-10) : What will come in the place of question mark?

6.840   1112   1322   1478   1588   ?

1) 1672   2) 1668    3) 1665    4) 1662    5) 1660

7. 76   588   2316   6412   14412   ?

1) 28216   2) 28226   3) 28236  4) 28246   5) 28256

8. 20   100   244   452   724   1060    ?

1) 1450    2) 1460    3) 1470   4) 1480   5) 1490

9. 4984   4408   3967   3643   3418   3274 ?

1) 3193    2) 3183    3) 3173    4) 3163    5) 3153

10. 1338   2328   3048   3552   3888   4098   ?

1) 4332   2) 4223    3) 4218   4) 4232   5) 4323

 

Answers with Explanation:

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πr=968==> r=154
The total radius of the circle include road=154+2.8=156.8
Area of the road= 22/7*156.8² – 22/7*154= 2735.04

5) +17². – 17, +15² – 15, +13² – 13 …

3) +8³, +12³, +16³, +20³, …

2) 2² + 4², 6² + 8², 10² + 12², 14² + 16² …

1) –24², –21², –18², –15²

3) +10³ – 10, 9³ – 9, +8³ – 8 …



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