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HURDLE-30 : DATA INTERPRETATION

(Solve this Hurdle by 30th May)

Q1 to Q13 are based on following information :

Following is the production capacity of an automobile Plant. The plant manufactures Scooters, Mopeds, Motor Cycle , Passenger Cars and Jeeps.

Year  Scooter  Mopeds   M.Cycle     Cars       Jeeps
1998  22,000  12,500    21,000     32,000   25,600
1999  24,750  14,750    22,750     32,500   26,000
2000  25,000  15,850    24,000     33,100   26,800
2001  28,800  17,600    23,500     31,500   25,200
2002  29,000  18,700    24,350     34,500   27,260
2003  31,000  17,000    25,500     38,000   30,780

The plant utilisation in % for Scooters, Mopeds, Motor Cycle , Passenger Cars and Jeeps for the various year is as given below.

Year   Sct.  Mop. M.Cy  Car    Jps
1998  75    75    87     67      54
1999  88    78    92     68      55
2000  93    82    91     69      58
2001  90    85    89     70      60
2002  87    69    90     72      55
2003  85    79    91     79      60
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Q1. Which of the following is/are True
i) Less than 15,000 mopeds were manufactured in 2001.
ii) 13,824 Jeeps were manufactured in year 1998.
iii) 22,900 Cars were manufactured in 1999.
iv) The number of cars manufactured in 2002 is less than number of cars manufactured in 2001.
a) Only i b) Only ii c) all d) Only i and ii

Q2. If 90 % of the Jeeps manufactured in 1999 were sold at a profit of Rs 4,200 each and the remain 10 % were sold at a profit of 3,800 each what was the total profit from jeeps.
a) 5.94 Crore b) 6.94 Crore c) 5.82 Crore d) Cannot be determined.

Q3. How many Two wheelers in year 2000 were sold assuming all but 1000 of each type manufactured were sold.
a) 56097 b) 55087 c) 66097 d) 59097

Q4. How much was the difference in profit earned between Cars and Jeeps in year 1999 if the profit earned per Car was 2920
and profit earned per jeep was 4200. Assume 100 % of the manufactured units were sold.
a) 44.72 Lakh more in cars.
b) 44.72 Lakh more in Jeeps
c) 43.72 Lakh more in cars.
d) 43.72 Lakh more in Jeeps.

Q5. What was the total sales revenue earned in year 2002 assuming 100 % of the manufactured items were sold and each
manufactured unit was sold at a profit of Rs 1000 each.
a) 11.78 Crore
b) 18.98 Crore
c) 9.98 Crore
d) cannot be determined.

Q6. Which one of the following were produced in largest number between year 1998 to 2003.
a) Scooters b) Passenger Cars c) Jeeps d) Moped

Q7. The profit per unit sold for motorcycle for the year 1998 is Rs 1350. What was the total profit from motorcycle if 100 % motorcycle produced were sold.
a) 2.46 Crore b) 2.35 Crore c) 2.55 Crore d) Cannot be determined

Q8. Which of the following is/ are False.
i) The total production capacity of the plant (in terms of number of vehicle) has been constantly increasing from 1998 to 2003.
ii) Mopeds always had the least production capacity compared to other vehicles.
iii) The production capacity of Motorcycle increased every year compared to the previous year from 1999 to 2003.
iv) The production capacity of Jeeps was approximately always 20 % less ( Plus or Minus 2% ) than that of Cars.
a) i,ii and iii b) ii and iii c) only iii d ) only iv

Q9. How many Jeeps were manufactured in year 1999.
a) 15,300 b) 14,300 c) 14,700 d) 15,700

Q10. What was profit earned from Cars in year 1999, if all the cars manufactured were sold and each car was sold at a profit of Rs. 2920.
a) 6.45 Crore b) 6.77 Crore c) 6.35 Crore d) Cannot be determined

Q11. The total production capacity of year 2000 (inclusive of all the vehicle) is larger by ____________ units compared to year 1998.
a) 12,650 b) 11,650 c) 13,550 d) 11,550

Q12. The total production of Jeeps from year 1998 to 2003 is :
a) 92,249 b) 95,249 c) 92,349 d) 92,247

Q13. All the scooter produced in 1998 were sold at a profit of 1200 each. If the profit from the scooters accounted for 66 % of
the total profit of the company for the year, what was the total profit for the year.
a) 3.0 Crore b) 3.1 Crore c) 2.9 crore d) 3.33 Crore

Q14. Two number A and B are in ratio 6:13 . If 10 is reduced from A and 11 is reduced from B, the new ratio become 10:27. What is the value of A+B.

Q15. Two numbers A and B are in ratio 4:9. If 10 is reduced from A and 7 is reduced from B, the new ratio becomes 5:19. What is the value of B-A.

Q16. Two numbers are in ratio 5:8. If 10 is added to A and B is reduced by 4 the new ratio become 15:19 . What is value of A*B.

Q17. Two numbers are in ratio 4:9. If 10 is added to A and B is reduced by 7 the new ratio become 15:19 . What is value of A*B.

Q18. Two numbers are in ratio 3:7. If 9 is added to A and B is reduced by 19 the new ratio become 33:37 . What is value of A*B.

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MATCH THE WORDS IN SET A WITH THEIR MEANINGS IN SET B

SET A: 19. Propound 20. Repressible 21. Stellar, 22. Consummate, 23. Egregious, 24. Gaucherie

SET B:
A. Tendency to get fat.
B. Pertaining to the stars
C. Socially awkward behaviour.
D. Put forth for analysis or consideration.
E. Swollen.
F. Small or minute.
G. To regret.
H. Reduce the strength .
I. Very strong in moral values.
J. Shocking.
K. Able to be kept under control.
L. To Punish someone.

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