## Introduction to Data Interpretation

#### Data Interpretation

Direction: The Pie chart given here represents the domestic expenditure of a family in per cent. Study the chart and answer the following questions if the total monthly income of the family is \$ 33,650.

1. After provident fund deductions and payment of house rent, the total monthly income of the family remains

1. Remaining monthly income = [100 – (12 + 18)]% of \$ 33650

 = \$ 70 × 33650 = \$ 23555 100

##### Correct Option: C

Remaining monthly income = [100 – (12 + 18)]% of \$ 33650

 = \$ 70 × 33650 = \$ 23555 100

1. The annual savings in the form of provident fund would be

1. Annual provident fund savings = 12% of ( \$ 33650 × 12)

 = \$ 12 × 33650 × 12 = \$ 48456 100

##### Correct Option: A

Annual provident fund savings = 12% of ( \$ 33650 × 12)

 = \$ 12 × 33650 × 12 = \$ 48456 100

1. The house rent per month is :

1. House rent per month
= 18% of \$ 33650

 = \$ 18 × 33650 = \$ 48456 100

##### Correct Option: C

House rent per month
= 18% of \$ 33650

 = \$ 18 × 33650 = \$ 48456 100

Direction: The pie chart drawn below shows the expenses of a family on various items and its savings during the year 2001. Study the graph and answer the questions.

1. If the total income for the year was \$ 1,00,000, the difference of the expenses (in rupees) between housing and transport was

1. The percentage difference in expenditure on housing and transport = (15 – 5)% = 10%
The required difference = 10% of \$ 100000
= \$ 10000

 = \$ 12 × 33650 = \$ 6057 100

##### Correct Option: D

The percentage difference in expenditure on housing and transport = (15 – 5)% = 10%
The required difference = 10% of \$ 100000
= \$ 10000

 = \$ 12 × 33650 = \$ 6057 100

1. If the total income of the family was \$ 1,00,000, how much money was spent on the education of the children?

1. Expenditure on the education of children
= 12% of 100000

 = \$ 12 × 100000 = \$ 12000 100

##### Correct Option: B

Expenditure on the education of children
= 12% of 100000

 = \$ 12 × 100000 = \$ 12000 100