Data Interpretation - Quantitative Aptitude Problems and Solutions


  • Following graph shown milk production, in thousand liters. From 2005 to 2010. Answer the questions Given below.
  • 1. What percent is the increase in production in 2005 as compared to 2006? 
A.) 21%
B.) 25%
C.) 18%
D.) 17%

Answer: Option 'A'

21%

  • 2. Which year production is 50% of the sum of production of 2007 and 2009?
A.) 2006
B.) 2009
C.) 2010
D.) 2007

Answer: Option 'C'

2010

  • 3. Sum of production during ‘odd’ years is how many times that of the ‘even’ years? 
A.) 1.14
B.) 1.15
C.) 1.12
D.) 1.13

Answer: Option 'B'

1.15

  • 4. If the production during 2011 is more than the average product of the given years, which is the minimum production during 2011? 
A.) 1, 04,900 tonnes
B.) 1, 05, 900tonnes,646
C.) 1, 05, 900tonnes
D.) 1, 04,775tonnes

Answer: Option 'B'

1, 05, 900tonnes,646



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