# Data Interpretation(Set – 67) | Maths & Reasoning | Free PDF Download

1. If the college with the lowest percentage of Female intake out of total intake and highest percentage of Medical intake out of total intake, increases the intake of Female students for the batch of 2020 by 200% while increasing the total intake by 33.33%, what will be the new Male : Female ratio?
a) 9:7      b) 7:4      c) 7:3      d) 6:5      e) 5:3
2. If the total intake at College P is 600 and the number of people aged more than 25 in college P is 40% less than the total number of Medicine students in college C and college D. What is the total number of students aged less than 25 in college Q if it is 20% less than that in college P?
a) 188   b) 192   c) 212   d) 300   e) 166
1. The part of intake of students from other backgrounds in college A and college C out of the total intake of students of other backgrounds in all colleges is equal to the part of students that received placement offer of more than 20 LPA in college K. If the total intake at college K is equal to the sum of Experienced students in college C and college B, what is the number of students that received placement offer of less than 20 LPA in college K?
a) 200    b) 150    c) 250    d) 300    e) 350
1. If for the batch of 2019, in college X, the ratio of Fresher and Experienced Students is equal to the overall ratio of Fresher and Experienced in all colleges, and the total intake is 80% more than the total number of Female students admitted in college A and college C, what is the difference the number of Experienced and Fresher Students?
a) 70    b) 140    c) 210    d) 150    e) 100
2. If for the batch of 2019, in college K, the ratio of Male and Female is equal to the ratio of male and female admitted in all colleges, what is the overall intake of college K if the number of Male students admitted is 350?
a) 500    b) 450    c) 400   d) 550   e) 600
3. The table given below shows the cumulative sales (by volume) of two companies A and B together for different years starting from 2011. Both the companies A and B sold three types of products: P, Q and R.

6 (a).The number of products sold by company A in 2013 and 2016 was 225 and 540 respectively. If the ratio of the number of product P to Q to R sold by company B in 2013 and 2016 was 3:2:1 and 6:3:2 respectively, then find the difference between the number of product R sold by company B in 2013 and the number of product R sold by company B in 2016.
a) 40      b) 20      c) 25      d) 30       e) None of these

6(b) .The number of products sold by company B in 2012 was 140 more than the number of products sold by company A in 2012, while the number of products sold by company A in 2011 was 760. The ratio of the of the number of product P, Q and R sold by company B in 2011 was 4:3:1 respectively and the number of product P sold by company B in 2012 was 10 more than the number of product P sold by company B in 2011. If the number of product R sold by company B in 2012 was 40% of the number of product Q sold by company B in 2012, then find the number of product R sold by company B in 2012. a) 70      b) 45      c) 40      d) 50       e) None of these