## Introduction to Data Interpretation

#### Data Interpretation

Direction: A survery of film watching habits of people living in five cities P, Q, R, S and T is summarized below in a table. The coulmn I in the table gives percentage of film-watchers in each city who see only one film a week. The column II gives the total number of film-watchers who see two or more films per week.

1. The total number of all film-watchers in the five cities who see only one film in a week is

1. On the basis of given table in question ,
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 40% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 60% ≈ 60 × 24000 = 36000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 20% ≈ 20 × 30000 = 7500 80

For city R,
 ⇒ 85% ≈ 85 × 24000 = 136000 15

##### Correct Option: C

On the basis of given table in question ,
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 40% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 60% ≈ 60 × 24000 = 36000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 20% ≈ 20 × 30000 = 7500 80

For city R,
 ⇒ 85% ≈ 85 × 24000 = 136000 15

For city S,
 ⇒ 55% ≈ 55 × 27000 = 33000 45

For city T,
 ⇒ 75% ≈ 75 × 80000 = 240000 25

The total number of all film-watchers in the five cities = 36000 + 7500 + 136000 + 33000 + 240000 = 452500

1. The highest number of film- watchers in any given city is :

1. As per the given above table , we can see
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
∴ 40% ≈ 24000

 ⇒ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 60000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 30000 = 37500 80

##### Correct Option: D

As per the given above table , we can see
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
∴ 40% ≈ 24000

 ⇒ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 60000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 30000 = 37500 80

For city R,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 160000 15

For city S,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 27000 = 60000 45

For city T,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 80000 = 320000 25

Hence , highest number of film- watchers is for city T .

1. A city with the lowest number of film-watchers is :

1. On the basis of given table in question ,
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
∴ 40% ≈ 24000

 ⇒ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 60000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 30000 = 37500 80

##### Correct Option: B

On the basis of given table in question ,
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
∴ 40% ≈ 24000

 ⇒ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 60000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 30000 = 37500 80

For city R,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 24000 = 160000 15

For city S,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 27000 = 60000 45

For city T,
 ⇒ 100% ≈ 100 × 80000 = 320000 25

Hence , the lowest number is for city Q .

1. Which city has the highest number of film watchers who see only one film in a week?

1. According to given table, we have
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 40% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 60% ≈ 60 × 24000 = 36000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 20% ≈ 20 × 30000 = 7500 80

##### Correct Option: D

According to given table, we have
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city P , If 60% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 40% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 40% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 40

 Now , 60% ≈ 60 × 24000 = 36000 40

Similarly for city Q,
 ⇒ 20% ≈ 20 × 30000 = 7500 80

For city R,
 ⇒ 85% ≈ 85 × 24000 = 136000 15

For city S,
 ⇒ 55% ≈ 55 × 27000 = 33000 45

For city T,
 ⇒ 75% ≈ 75 × 80000 = 240000 25

Hence , the highest number is for city T .

1. How many film-watchers in city R see only one film in a week?

1. From the above given table , we have
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city R , If 85% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 15% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 15% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 15

##### Correct Option: C

From the above given table , we have
Let total number of film watchers be 100% .
In city R , If 85% of them watched only on movie in a week , then 15% watched two or more movie in a week .
⇒ 15% ≈ 24000

 ∴ 1% ≈ 24000 15

 Now , 85% ≈ 85 × 24000 = 136000 15

Hence , the number of film-watchers in city R see only one film in a week .