## Difficult Data Interpretation Questions

January 13th, 2010 Posted in Data Interpretation

Difficult Data Interpretation Questions- Directions for next 3 data interpretation questions: Answer the data interpretation questions based on the following information.

The bar chart shows the price per can of mineral water and soda. It also shows the price per 500 g pack of juice. Juice is also sold in can in addition to packs. The volume of every can is 500 ml and the density of juice is 0.5 grams per milliliters. (All the prices are in rupees)

Weight in grams = Density × Volume in milliliters.

1. If in 2002, the prices of juice and mineral water show an increase of 5% and 10% respectively over 2001, and then what is the difference between the price of a pack of juice and the price of a can of mineral water?
a. Rs. 5.2
b. Rs. 4.3
c. Rs. 6.5
d. Rs. 3

2. If density of soda is 1.2 grams per milliliters, then the difference between the prices of 500 g each of soda and juice is greatest in
a. 1998
b. 1999
c. 2000
d. 2001

3. If I buy 10 cans of mineral water, 20 cans of soda and 30 cans of juice in 2000, what is the average price per can that I pay?
a. Rs. 16.5
b. Rs. 14.25
c. Rs. 15.75
d. Rs. 12.5

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