The two sets in this post are a little less common in books etc. The first set is based on Missing DI table and the idea for the same has been borrowed from the last year’s IBPS Mains exams. Missing DI questions in fact were introduced in IBPS RRB only and then all the other exams followed the trend. The table in this post is simple and is based on the basic concept of Income and expenditure as the last time this set was given in the exam was based on the same. The second set however, is a caselet that’s also a part of DI and information here is in the form of a paragraph. We first need to tabulate or calculate the information from the given data and then solve the questions that are asked. We hope you enjoy the same and are able to finish it in no time. Your queries are welcome in the comment section below. Please share the same with your friends too if you find the post useful.

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1Question 1

1. If company E earned 13% more profit than company B then, find how much more/less is the income of company E than company A?

1) 74 more
2) 74 less
3) 75 more
4) 63 less
5) None of these

2Question 2

2. What is the average profit of companies C and D approximately?

1) 58%
2) 36%
3) 24%
4) 42%
5) 29%

3Question 3

3. What is the ratio between the income of company E and the expenditure of company B?

1) 62:139
2) 84:85
3) 93:97
4) 133:65
5) 102:109

4Question 4

4. What is the profit earned by company A?

1) 19%
2) 22%
3) 16.07%
4) 15.03%
5) 22.44%

5Question 5

5. If the expenditure of company B increased by 10% as compared to the previous year, what was the expenditure of the company last year?

1) 177.27
2) 127.27
3) 153.27
4) Can’t be determined
5) None of the above

6Question 6

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below:

A survey was conducted on 14000 people in Asia to know about the languages they speak. It was found that 51.6% people could speak Spanish, 50.4% could speak German and 53.2% can speak English. 14.6% people could speak Spanish and English but couldn’t speak German and this number was 140 more than the number of people who can speak only Spanish and German. 19.2% people can speak only English.

6. How many people could speak only German?

1) 2212
2) 2436
3) 2688
4) 7056
5) None of the above

7Question 7

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below:

A survey was conducted on 14000 people in Asia to know about the languages they speak. It was found that 51.6% people could speak Spanish, 50.4% could speak German and 53.2% can speak English. 14.6% people could speak Spanish and English but couldn’t speak German and this number was 140 more than the number of people who can speak only Spanish and German. 19.2% people can speak only English.

7. What is the percentage of people who can speak all the three languages?

1) 5.4%
2) 6.2%
3) 7.6%
4) 8.4%
5) Data Inadequate

8Question 8

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below:

A survey was conducted on 14000 people in Asia to know about the languages they speak. It was found that 51.6% people could speak Spanish, 50.4% could speak German and 53.2% can speak English. 14.6% people could speak Spanish and English but couldn’t speak German and this number was 140 more than the number of people who can speak only Spanish and German. 19.2% people can speak only English.

8. What is the difference between the number of people who can speak Spanish and the number of people who can speak only Spanish?

1) 4816
2) 4884
3) 4924
4) 5012
5) 5784

9Question 9

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below:

A survey was conducted on 14000 people in Asia to know about the languages they speak. It was found that 51.6% people could speak Spanish, 50.4% could speak German and 53.2% can speak English. 14.6% people could speak Spanish and English but couldn’t speak German and this number was 140 more than the number of people who can speak only Spanish and German. 19.2% people can speak only English.

9. What is the percentage of people who can speak German and English but can’t speak Spanish?

1) 11.8%
2) 12.4%
3) 14.6%
4) 15.8%
5) None of the above

10Question 10

Directions: Answer the questions based on the information given below:

A survey was conducted on 14000 people in Asia to know about the languages they speak. It was found that 51.6% people could speak Spanish, 50.4% could speak German and 53.2% can speak English. 14.6% people could speak Spanish and English but couldn’t speak German and this number was 140 more than the number of people who can speak only Spanish and German. 19.2% people can speak only English.

10. What percentage of people could speak at least two languages from the given three?

1) 42.4%
2) 40%
3) 45.8%
4) 47.6%
5) 41.6%