# Data Interpretation – 4

Section : Data Interpretation

Directions : Study the following Pie-Chart carefully and answer the following questions.

Percentage breakup of number of children in five villages and breakup of children attending school from the same villages is given below.

Total Number of Children = 3060

Total Children attending school = 1450

Q1.What is the respective ratio of the total number children from village O to the number of children attending school from the same village ?

1. 306 : 145
2. 179 : 131
3. 167 : 111
4. 204 : 137
5. 145 : 306

Correct Answer = 306 : 145

Explanation : 20% of 3060 : 20% of 1450 => 3060 :1450
On simplification we get => 306:145

Q2.What is the number of children attending school from village N ?

1. 145
2. 154
3. 165
4. 175
5. 174

Correct Answer = 174

Explanation : number of children attending school from village N = ( 12/ 100 ) * 1450 = 174

Q3.What is the total number of children not attending school from villages M & N together ?

1. 169
2. 256
3. 450
4. 433
5. 473

Correct Answer = 433

Explanation : Number of children in village M and N together = 25 + 10 = 35 =>( 35/ 100 ) * 3060 = 1071

Number of children attending attending school from villages M & N together = 32 + 12 = 44, So ( 44/100 ) * 1450 = 638

Required Answer = 1071 – 638 = 433

Q4.What is the total number of children from villages P and M together ?

1. 1422
2. 1142
3. 1683
4. 1211
5. 1524

Correct Answer = 1683

Explanation : Number of children in village P and M together = 30 + 25 = 55 =>( 55/ 100 ) * 3060 = 1683

Q5.The number of children attending school from village L is approximately what percent of the total number of children from that village ?

1. 78
2. 72
3. 66
4. 84
5. 44

Correct Answer = 44

Solution : (14 % of 1450 )/ (15 % of 3060) = 44.22 ==> ~ 44.

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