## Introduction to Data Interpretation

#### Data Interpretation

Direction: Refer to the following table. Read the table and answer the questions.

1. Which State had the highest grain production?

1. According to given table, we have
Total grain production of state P = 45 + 103 + 27 + 29 = 240 lakh tonnes
Total grain production of state Q = 48 + 86 + 73 + 19 + 15 = 241 lakh tonnes
Total grain production of state R = 59 + 32 + 67 + 14 + 31 = 203 lakh tonnes

##### Correct Option: B

According to given table, we have
Total grain production of state P = 45 + 103 + 27 + 29 = 240 lakh tonnes
Total grain production of state Q = 48 + 86 + 73 + 19 + 15 = 241 lakh tonnes
Total grain production of state R = 59 + 32 + 67 + 14 + 31 = 203 lakh tonnes
Total grain production of state S = 41 + 37 + 59 + 21 + 15 = 173 lakh tonnes
Obviously, State Q had the highest grain production.

Direction: Study the following table and answer the questions given below.

1. Which school has the lowest ratio of income by way of grants and tuition fee?

1. As per the given above table , we see
In school A , Income from grants = ₹ 60 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 120 thousands

 School A ⇒ 60 = 0.5 120

In school B , Income from grants = ₹ 54 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 60 thousands
 School B ⇒ 54 = 0.9 60

In school C , Income from grants = ₹ 120 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 210 thousands
 School C ⇒ 120 ≈ 0.57 210

##### Correct Option: A

As per the given above table , we see
In school A , Income from grants = ₹ 60 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 120 thousands

 School A ⇒ 60 = 0.5 120

In school B , Income from grants = ₹ 54 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 60 thousands
 School B ⇒ 54 = 0.9 60

In school C , Income from grants = ₹ 120 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 210 thousands
 School C ⇒ 120 ≈ 0.57 210

In school D , Income from grants = ₹ 42 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 90 thousands
 School D ⇒ 42 ≈ 0.47 90

In school E , Income from grants = ₹ 55 thousands
Income from tuition fee = ₹ 120 thousands
 School E ⇒ 55 = 0.46 (lowest income ratio) 120

1. In case of how many schools, is the income by way of tuition fee, is less than four times of term fee?

1. According to question , we have
School A ⇒ 120 > 4 × 24
School B ⇒ 60 > 12 × 4
School C ⇒ 210 > 45 × 4
School D ⇒ 90 < 24 × 4

##### Correct Option: B

According to question , we have
School A ⇒ 120 > 4 × 24
School B ⇒ 60 > 12 × 4
School C ⇒ 210 > 45 × 4
School D ⇒ 90 < 24 × 4
School E ⇒ 120 = 30 × 4
Therefore , required answer is 1 .

1. Which school has the highest percentage of income from tuition fee out of its total income?

1. As per the given above table , we see
For school A , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 120 thousands
Total income = ₹ 270 thousands

 School A ⇒ 120 × 100 ≈ 44% 270

For school B , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 60 thousands
Total income = ₹ 150 thousands
 School B ⇒ 60 × 100 = 40% 150

For school C , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 210 thousands
Total income = ₹ 450 thousands

##### Correct Option: C

As per the given above table , we see
For school A , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 120 thousands
Total income = ₹ 270 thousands

 School A ⇒ 120 × 100 ≈ 44% 270

For school B , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 60 thousands
Total income = ₹ 150 thousands
 School B ⇒ 60 × 100 = 40% 150

For school C , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 210 thousands
Total income = ₹ 450 thousands
 School C ⇒ 210 × 100 ≈ 47% (highest income %) 450

For school D , Income from tuition fee = ₹ 90 thousands
Total income = ₹ 210 thousands
 School D ⇒ 90 × 100 ≈ 43% 210

Hence , required answer is C type school .

1. For school E, what percent of the income from miscellaneous is the income from the donation?

1. On the basis of given table in question ,
The income from miscellaneous = 15 thousands
The income from the donation = 60 thousands

 Required percentage = The income from the donation × 100 % The income from miscellaneous

##### Correct Option: D

On the basis of given table in question ,
The income from miscellaneous = 15 thousands
The income from the donation = 60 thousands

 Required percentage = The income from the donation × 100 % The income from miscellaneous

 Required percentage = 60 × 100 = 400% 15