Data Interpretation

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The following graph shows the market value (in terms of preference) of products A, B and C in the first six months of a year.

The combined market value of products B and C in March is how many times of the market value of A in March?
1
no
1.5
no
3
no
2
yes
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The following graph shows the market value (in terms of preference) of products A, B and C in the first six months of a year.

Which product has shown the maximum increase in its market value in a month over the previous month during the given period?
A
yes
B
no
C
no
Cannot be determined
no
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The following graph shows the market value (in terms of preference) of products A, B and C in the first six months of a year.

How many months have shown the market value of product C above its average market value?
1
no
2
yes
3
no
4
no
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The following graph shows the sales and production of sugar (in quantity) of factory A from 1996 to 2000.
In 2000, sales was what percentage of production?
150%
no
160%
no
300%
no
200%
yes
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The following graph shows the sales and production of sugar (in quantity) of factory A from 1996 to 2000.
The production in 1996 is how many times the production of 2000?
0.9
no
1.1
no
1.25
yes
1.5
no
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The following graph shows the sales and production of sugar (in quantity) of factory A from 1996 to 2000.
In which year the ratio of sale to production was the maximum?
1996
no
1998
no
2000
no
Both (a) and (c)
yes
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The following graph shows the sales and production of sugar (in quantity) of factory A from 1996 to 2000.
The total production of sugar in 1997 and 1999 is less than its sales by how many units?
1,000
no
2,000
yes
1,500
no
3,000
no
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The following graph shows the sales and production of sugar (in quantity) of factory A from 1996 to 2000.
Percentage fall in sales between 1996 and 2000 was.....
20%
yes
30%
no
25%
no
10%
no
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The following pie charts show the break-up of disease categories recorded in the patients from two towns, Town A and Town B. Pie charts plot the disease categories as percentage of the total number of patients.
What can we say about persons with more than one disease from these graphs?
There are likely to be persons with more than one disease in Town A.
no
There are likely to be persons with more than one disease in Town B.
yes
There are likely to be persons with more than one disease in both Towns A and B.
no
No inference can be drawn.
no
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The following pie charts show the break-up of disease categories recorded in the patients from two towns, Town A and Town B. Pie charts plot the disease categories as percentage of the total number of patients.
Which of the two towns has a higher number of persons with Diabetes?
Town A
no
Town B
no
Same in Town A and Town B
no
No inference can be drawn
yes
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