## Data Interpretation Practice Questions – 1st July 2020

Data Interpretation is the process of making sense out of a collection of data that has been processed. This collection may be present in various forms like bar graphs, line charts and tabular forms and other similar forms and hence needs an interpretation of some kind. Here we will learn about data interpretation with the help of many important techniques and examples.

To solve a DI efficiently, you need to brush up your calculation skills, you need to perform calculations faster and accurately. The difficult DI’s should be solved within 10-12 minutes. The DI of moderate level should not consume more than 7-9 minutes of the time and easy DI’s should be finished within 3.5-4 minutes. If the time that you take while solving different DI’s is more than the time affirmed above, then you really need to work on it.

#### Example DI’s:

Direction (1-5): The following table, gives the annual production (in thousands) of
5 products of a famous toy company.

Q1. What is the percentage drop in the production of Ludo from 1992 to 1994 ?
a) 30
b) 50
c) 20
d) 10
e) None of these

Solution: D
Archery: Percentage drop = 10

Q2. For which toy category there has been a continuous increase in the
production over the years?
a) Ludo
b) Chess
c) Monopoly
d) Carrom
e) Scrabble

Solution: C
Archery: Production of monopoly has shown continuous increase over the years.

Q3. What is the approximate percentage increase in the production of Monopoly
form 1993 to 1995?
a) 10
b) 20
c) 5
d) 25
e) None of these

Solution: B
Archery: Percentage increase in the production of monopoly from 1993 to 1995 =

Q4. How many toys were produced in 1992?
a) 580
b) 563
c) 583
d) 593
e) 543

Solution: C
Archery: Number of toys produced in 1992 = 200+150+78+90+65=583

Q5. How many chess were produced in 1992 &amp; 1995?
a) 198
b) 197
c) 196
d) 195
e) 194