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Data Interpretation

Common Information

After the $2007-2008$ cricket season , the ICC calculated the number of runs scored by ten batsmen namely  Pieterson, Kallis, Sehwag, Sachin, Smith, Boucher, Symonds, Ponting, Yousuf and Younis in that season. It is known that out of these ten batsmen, Sehwag scored the least number of runs. The following bar- graph provides information about the number of runs scored ( in excess or as a deficit) by  Pieterson, Smith, Boucher, Younis and Symonds as a comparison to runs scored by Sehwag, Kallis, Ponting, Sachin and Yousuf.

For example, the difference between the number of runs scored by Pieterson and Ponting is $63$, which means it could be either $63$ less or $63$ more than Ponting.

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 1

Q1.

Common Information Question: 1/4

Out of these ten batsmen, who scored the maximum number of runs?

A.

Ponting

B.

Boucher

C.

Smith

D.

Kallis

E.

Sachin

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 2

Q2.

Common Information Question: 2/4

How many batsmen have scored more number of runs than Pieterson but less than that by Symonds?

A.

4

B.

3

C.

2

D.

1

E.

0

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 3

Q3.

Common Information Question: 3/4

The ICC formed five teams such that each team comprised of exactly five batsmen. Among the following teams, which team has scored the least aggregate number of runs?

A.

Sehwag, Symonds, Kallis, Yousuf and Younis.

B.

Smith, Yousuf, Pieterson, Symonds and Sachin.

C.

Boucher, Symonds, Sehwag, Kallis and Smith.

D.

Smith, Younis, Yousuf, Pieterson and Symonds.

E.

Sehwag, Younis, Symonds, Ponting and Smith.

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 4

Q4.

Common Information Question: 4/4

If the total number of runs scored by Yousuf in the $2007 - 2008$ season is $1450$, then how many out of the ten mentioned batsmen scored not less than $1510$ runs?

A.

0

B.

1

C.

3

D.

4

E.

5

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Common Information

Many Asian countries including China, Japan, Kazakhstan, India, Singapore, Malaysia and Jordon participated in one or more sporting events held at the 2006 Asian Games. In each sporting event at least three countries participated.

At the end of each sporting event, the country finishing at the first, the second and the third positions were awarded a gold, a silver and a bronze medal respectively. The following bar graph shows distribution of the three types of medals.

In this graph, the parts marked by "Data Not Available" may have belonged to one or more of all the participating countries.

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 5

Q5.

Common Information Question: 1/4

Which of the following could not have been the sum of the number of silver and the number of bronze medals won by Malaysia ?

A.

142

B.

164

C.

213

D.

284

E.

355

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