Data Interpretation for SBI PO Exam
Data Interpretation for SBI PO Exam
Data interpretation for SBI PO/IBPS SO Bank and government exam preparation.
The data can be represented in the following ways :
- Numerical data tables
- Bar diagrams
- Line graphs
- Pie diagrams
- Numerical data tables
- Simple tables A simple table gives information about only one single characteristic of the data
Example : Let us consider the following tables
Annual production of wheat by a country
Years |
Quantity |
2001 |
450 |
2002 |
530 |
2003 |
720 |
2004 |
340 |
2005 |
460 |
2006 |
520 |
2007 |
670 |
- Manifold tables A manifold table gives the information about two or more characteristics of the data
Data Interpretation for SBI PO Exam
Number of marks of a student in various subjects and in various years
Years |
2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 |
Subjects |
||||
Science |
54 | 70 | 84 |
63 |
Maths |
56 | 62 | 45 |
45 |
English | 20 | 35 | 40 |
68 |
- Frequency distribution table : In this type of data all observations are divided into groups. These groups are called class intervals .
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The number of times each value occurs is called frequency.
Consider the following tables
Marks |
No. of students |
50 – 60 |
7 |
61 – 70 |
5 |
71 – 80 |
6 |
81 – 90 |
5 |
91 – 100 |
2 |
Total |
25 |
Pie charts
First of all you have to learn about percentage, ratio ,sector angle in circle and graph of 10th class level . Because most questions in data interpretation are about percentage , ratio and sector angle and they can be given in the form of line graph or bar graph
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Some tips for preparing data interpretation section
- Read the question carefully before start away with the pen.
- Solve the easier question first and after that move on difficult one.
- DI questions needs a lot of concentration because there is given a lot of data and lot of calculations and do not mix up the data from one question to another
- DI questions may include simple interest and compound interest, percentage , partnership, average , ratio,etc. So if you want to solve DI questions you have to learn all topics, which come in IBPS PO Exam i.e. your basics should be clear.
Some tricks to solve DI questions
- Always remember that in circular graph or in pie chart the value of the all angles = 360 degree
- If something is given in percentage, then the complete value of graph = 100%
- If something is given in fraction, then the value of all the factors = 1
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