# Data Interpretation Quiz for IBPS PO/Clerk

Directions (Q. 1-5): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions given below:

1. What is the principal of N if the ratio of interest rate of M to that of N is 2 : 3?
1) ₹ 10449
2) ₹ 20230
3) ₹ 25000
4) ₹ 17121
5) ₹ 25423
2. What is the amount of O, if the interest is compounded yearly for 2 years?
1) ₹ 19165.7
2) ₹ 20320.9
3) ₹ 21218
4) ₹ 22418
5) ₹ 25300.5
3. If the ratio of principal of O to that of P is 4 : 5 and the rate of interest of P is 10% more than that of O, then what is the interest of P?
1) ₹ 3300
2) ₹ 3142
3) ₹ 3201
4) ₹ 2890
5) ₹ 2750
4. At what rate of interest the amount of N becomes five times that of his principal?
1) 63.58%
2) 69.96%
3) 60%
4) 133.33%
5) 162.58%
5. What is the amount of Q when the principal of Q is 20% more than that of M?
1) ₹ 32321.5
2) ₹ 13248.97
3) ₹ 54974.19
4) ₹ 32863.24
5) ₹ 17952.35
Directions (Q. 6-10): Study the following pie-chart and line graph and answer the questions given below:
The pie-chart shows the percentage of foreign currencies present in the Indian Economy in various years.
The line graph shows the value of ` with respect to other currencies – ¥ (yen), \$ (dollar), £ (pound) and € (euro).

6. What is the difference between the value of dollar in 2013 and that of yen in 2010?
1) ₹ 25
2) ₹ 28
3) ₹ 30
4) ₹ 32
5) ₹ 39
7. Which currency has the maximum average value (in terms of ₹ ) for the given six years?
1) ¥
2) \$
3) £
4) €
5) Either ¥ or \$
8. If the total Indian Economy in 2008 was \$300 billion and that in 2013 was \$700 billion, then what is the ratio of the value of Indian currency in Indian Economy in 2008 to that in 2013?
1) 51 : 45
2) 7 : 3
3) 51 : 125
4) 4 : 5
5) 1 : 3
9. The total Indian Economy in 2011 was ₹ 9000 billion. If the value of dollar in foreign currency was 25% and the value of euro in foreign currency was 30% then what is the difference between their values in that year in terms of rupee?
1) ₹ 65.5 billion
2) ₹ 80 billion
3) ₹ 70 billion
4) ₹ 90 billion
5) ₹ 95 billion
10. What is the average value of all four currencies in 2010 in terms of rupee?
1) ₹ 30
2) ₹ 32
3) ₹ 31
4) ₹ 33
5) ₹ 25

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