Quantitative Aptitude Quiz 61 for IBPS PO

Direction (1-5): Study the following table carefully to answer the questions that follow: The following table gives the industry review of performance across six broad industry categories and 120 companies published in the economic Times

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1. What percentage of the total firms in the Basic and Intermediate Goods industry showed a growth rate of over 10%?
1) 48% 2) 46% 3) 44% 4)  42% 5) 58%

2. Of the total firms considered, the firms showing greater than 20% growth were-

1) one-sixth 2) one-third 3) one-fourth 4)  one-fifth 5) None of these

3. In the consumer Durable segment, the percentage of firms showing a growth rate of more than 10% were-

1) 52.34% 2) 53.68% 3) 54.28% 4)  58.68% 5) 62.48%

4. Of the firms showing moderate growth (0-10%), the capital Goods and consumer durables accounted for what percentage of all together industries in the same growth rate category?
1) 53.17 2) 52.68 3) 50.13 4)  45.83 5) 46.95

5. The firms showing negative growth is what percent of total firms?
1) 9.73% 2) 12.13% 3) 11.23% 4)  15.43% 5) 13.33%

Direction (Q. 6-10): Refer to the following information for the following questions.
The following graph shows the exports and imports of a company from 2002-2013

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6. The maximum percentage fall/rise in imports compared to the previous year is the year of-

1) 2004 2) 2007 3) 2010 4) 2012 5) 2013

7. In how many years there was a fall in imports, but a rise in exports compared to the previous year.
1) None 2) 1 3) 2 4) 3 5) 4

8. In which year the trade balance is maximum-

1) 2005 2) 2006 3) 2007 4) 2008 5) 2009

9. Trade Balance for the whole period, shown in the graph is-

1) 10 crore 2) 25 crore 3) 15 crore 4) 20 crore 5) None of these

10. How many years the trade balance is negative-

1) 4 2) 5 3) 6 4) 7 5) None of these

 

Answers :-

 

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7.2; only one year 2013.

8.2; in year 2006 = 80 – 60 = 20 crore

9.3; Trade Balance = Total export – Total Import = 765 – 780 = – 15 crore

10.3; In six year import is more than export 2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013

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