## Introduction to Data Interpretation

#### Data Interpretation

Direction: The following questions are based on the pie-chart given below. Study the pie-chart and answer the questions.

1. If the “miscellaneous expenses” are \$ 6000. How much more are “binding and cutting charges” than “Royalty”?

1. Difference in per cent cost of ‘binding and cutting charges’ and ‘royalty’
= (18 – 15)% = 3%
Now, Q 4% of total cost = \$ 6000
∴ 3% of total cost

 = \$ 6000 × 3 = \$ 4500 4

##### Correct Option: C

Difference in per cent cost of ‘binding and cutting charges’ and ‘royalty’
= (18 – 15)% = 3%
Now, Q 4% of total cost = \$ 6000
∴ 3% of total cost

 = \$ 6000 × 3 = \$ 4500 4

1. If the ‘Printing-Cost’ is \$ 17500, the royalty paid is

1. 35% total cost = \$ 17500
∴ 15% of total cost

 = \$ 17500 × 15 = \$ 7500 35

##### Correct Option: B

35% total cost = \$ 17500
∴ 15% of total cost

 = \$ 17500 × 15 = \$ 7500 35

1. The central angle for the sector on “Paper-Cost” is

1. 100% = 360°

 ∴ 1 % = 360 ° 100

 ∴ 10 % = 360° × 10 = 36° 100

##### Correct Option: D

100% = 360°

 ∴ 1 % = 360 ° 100

 ∴ 10 % = 360° × 10 = 36° 100

Direction: Read the following pie-chart to answer the questions given below it.

1. If the total expenditure of the family for the year 1998 was \$ 46000/-, the family saved during the year.

1. Total expenditure = \$ 46,000
Amount saved = 15% of 46000

 = 15 × 46000 = \$ 6900 100

##### Correct Option: C

Total expenditure = \$ 46,000
Amount saved = 15% of 46000

 = 15 × 46000 = \$ 6900 100

1. Graph shows that the maximum amount was spent on:

1. Maximum expenditure is 23% and it is on Food.

##### Correct Option: A

Maximum expenditure is 23% and it is on Food.