# DI Table Chart Practice Questions: Level 02

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DIRECTIONS for question 1-2: Refer to the following table and answer the questions that follow:
 City Price of property Amsterdam 10,296 Bangalore 16,452 Bangkok 8,352 Beijing 27,540 Chicago 14,328 Frankfurt 17,172 Hong Kong 47,664 London 42,012 Mumbai 60,876 New Delhi 35,496 New York 23,796 Paris 24,372 Singapore 31,968 Tokyo 44,532
The property price is the total occupational cost per square meter per annum in Rs. Prevailing exchange rate at the time of the preparation of the above table was Rs. 36 = 1 US  \$.
1. The cost of office property in Mumbai is how many times the average cost of the two other Indian cities mentioned?
1. 0.8
2. 1.4
3. 1.8
4. 2.4
5. 1.22
2. SMP International sold their Singapore office measuring 2,000 sq. mt. and bought office property with the same amount at Amsterdam. What was the area in sq. mt. of the Amsterdam office?
1. 645
2. 6,200
3. 9,300
4. 6,000
5. Can’t be determined
DIRECTIONS for Q 3 – 5: Refer to the following data about sale and consumption of branded biscuits
 Country Annual Value (USD) Annual Volume (Tonnes) Annual Value/Per Capita (USD) Annual Vol/Per Capita (Kg) USA 6,896,882,933 1,134,597 24.46 4.02 India 582,928,936 489,996 0.57 0.48 China 406,329,700 180,489 0.32 0.14
1. The population of China is how many times the population of USA?
1. 4.5
2. 3.4
3. 5.4
4. 5.7
5. Cannot be determined
2. If there were only these three countries to be represented on a table, what would be the measure of the central angle of the value, in degrees, of the value of branded biscuits consumed in USA?
1. 2400
2. 3000
3. 2700
4. 3400
5. 3150
3. Given below are three statements:
1. The Americans consume the most branded biscuits in the world.
2. Of the three countries, branded biscuits are cheapest in China.
3. India has a large share of unbranded biscuits.
Which of these statements are true?
1. Only I
2. Only II
3. Only III
4. I, II and III
5. None of these
DIRECTIONS for questions 6 to 8: The following table gives the data about big 12 software exporters in India from 1997-98 to 1999-2000 (Revenue in Rs crore).
THE BIG 12 SOFTWARE EXPORTERS
 1997 - 98 1998 - 99 1999 - 2000 1 Tata Consultancy Services 955.27 1518. 50 1820.35 2 Wipro 388.94 632.50 1037.30 3 HCL Technologies 446.53 862.14 908.00 4 Infosys 250.93 500.25 869.70 5 Satyam 178.11 376.62 662.93 6 NIIT 258.38 394.96 551.79 7 Silverline Technologies 45.32 103.95 434.83 8 Cognizant 113.16 290.03 414.26 9 Pentamedia - 389.02 - 10 Pentasoft - - 353.01 11 Patni Computers 137.58 219.90 295.51 12 IBM Global 115.32 227.63 271.14
1. What is the lowest rate of growth of 1998-99 to 1999-2000 for any of the companies given in the chart?
1. 0%
2. 12.7%
3. 19.1%
4. 10.1%
5. 5.3%
2. Which of the following statement is true about the share of exports of Tata Consultancy Services in the total exports of the 12 companies?
1. It has almost doubled in 1999 – 00 over 1997 – 98.
2. It has been steadily increasing.
3. It is more or less constant.
4. It has dropped by about 9%.
5. It has increased by 10%
3. If total software exports in 2000 – 2001 were expected to be Rs 10,000 crore and the growth of Infosys is the same as it was in 1999 – 2000, what would have been Infosys' share of exports of these 12 companies in 2000 – 2001?
1. 15%
2. 19%
3. 21%
4. 23%
5. 10%
DIRECTIONS for Q9 & 10: The following table gives the industry review of performance across six broad industry categories and 111 companies published in The Economic Times.
 ASCON INDUSTRY REVIEW Apr to Jun '99-00 over Apr to Jun '98-99 Production Excellent (Growth > 20 %) High (Growth 10 %-20 %) Moderate Growth (0-10 %) Negative Growth ( < 0) Total Basic Goods 2 6 12 0 20 Intermediate Goods 3 7 8 1 19 Capital Goods 3 6 10 9 28 Consumer Durable 8 11 12 4 35 Consumer Non Durable 2 3 3 1 9 Services 2 3 3 1 9 Total 20 36 48 16 120
1. What percentage of the total firms in the Basic and Intermediate goods showed a growth rate of over 10 %?
1. 58%
2. 52%
3. 46%
4. 42%
5. None of these
2. Of the total sample, the firms showing greater than 20 % growth were:
1. Almost one – sixth
2. Almost one – fourth
3. Almost one – third
4. Almost one – fifth
5. Almost one – tenth
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