Introduction to Data Interpretation
Direction: Given here is a bar graph showing the number of cycles produced in a factory during five consecutive weeks. Observe the graph and answer the questions based on this graph.
 The number of cycles produced during third and fourth weeks together is

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As per the given bar graph in question ,
The number of cycles produced during third week = 1060
and the number of cycles produced during fourth week = 920
Required number of cycles = The number of cycles produced during third and fourth weeks togetherCorrect Option: B
As per the given bar graph in question ,
The number of cycles produced during third week = 1060
and the number of cycles produced during fourth week = 920
Required number of cycles = The number of cycles produced during third and fourth weeks together
∴ Required number of cycles = 1060 + 920 = 1980
Direction: The bar graph, given here, shows the number of tickets sold by 6 students A, B. C, D, E and F during a fair. Observe the graph and answer questions based on it
 Total number of tickets sold by D, E and F is

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On the basis of given graph in question ,
Number of tickets sold by D = 7
Number of tickets sold by E = 24
Number of tickets sold by F = 14
Total number of tickets sold by D, E and F = 7 + 24 + 14Correct Option: C
On the basis of given graph in question ,
Number of tickets sold by D = 7
Number of tickets sold by E = 24
Number of tickets sold by F = 14
Total number of tickets sold by D, E and F = 7 + 24 + 14 = 45
So , Required answer is 45 .
 The least number of tickets were sold by

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According to given graph in question , we see
The least number of tickets were sold by D .Correct Option: D
According to given graph in question , we see
The least number of tickets were sold by D which is 7.
 Total number of tickets sold by A, B and C is

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From the given bar graph in question ,
Number of tickets sold by A = 16
Number of tickets sold by B = 8
and Number of tickets sold by C = 20
Total number of tickets sold by A, B and C = 16 + 8 + 20Correct Option: B
From the given bar graph in question ,
Number of tickets sold by A = 16
Number of tickets sold by B = 8
and Number of tickets sold by C = 20
Total number of tickets sold by A, B and C = 16 + 8 + 20 = 44
Hence , Required answer is 44 .
Direction: The Bar Graph given here shows the population (in crores) of India in various census years. Observe the graph and answer the question based on it.
 Per year increase in population from the year 1931 to 1981 is

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On the basis of given graph in question ,
Population in 1981 = 68.40 million
Population in 1931 = 27.90 million
Total Increase = (68.40 – 27.90) million = 40.5 million∴ Annual increase = 40.5 million 50
Correct Option: A
On the basis of given graph in question ,
Population in 1981 = 68.40 million
Population in 1931 = 27.90 million
Total Increase = (68.40 – 27.90) million = 40.5 million∴ Annual increase = 40.5 million 50 Annual increase = 40.5 × 10000000 = 8100000 50