## Data Interpretation - Quantitative Aptitude Problems and Solutions - Page 4

• The pie-chart drawn below shows the expanses of a family on various items and it's savings during the year2012. Study the graph and answer the questions. Percent of money spent on various items and savings by a family during 2012.
• 1. Maximum expenditure of the family was on:
A.) Transport
B.) Cloths
C.) Food
D.) Health

Food

• 2. The central angle for the sector on others is:
A.) 58°
B.) 54°
C.) 56°
D.) 59°

54°

• 3. The central angle corresponding to the Food is more than that of saving is:
A.) 57°
B.) 57.5°
C.) 57.6°
D.) None of these

57.6°

• 4. If the total income for the year is Rs.1,20,000, the difference of the expanses between education and transport:
A.) Rs.7400/-
B.) Rs.8400/-
C.) Rs.7700/-
D.) Rs.7800/-

Rs.8400/-

• 5. What percent of the income was spent on housing and cloths is:
A.) 15%
B.) 20%
C.) 17%
D.) 19%

20%

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