Practice Questions on Bar Charts
Data Interpretation

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.

Common information image for Bar Charts, Data Interpretation:1134-1

Difficult Bar Charts Question - 6

Q6.

Common Information Question: 2/4

What was the ratio of the number of gold medals won by Singapore to the number of silver medals won by Jordon ?

A.

21 : 31

B.

4 : 5

C.

31 : 33

D.

29 : 31

E.

Cannot be determined

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 7

Q7.

Common Information Question: 3/4

The total number of medals won by India was at least what percentage of the total number of medals won by China?

A.

31.12%

B.

75.80%

C.

62.24%

D.

39.50%

E.

Cannot be determined

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 8

Q8.

Common Information Question: 4/4

It is given that the parts of the graph marked as "Data Not Available" belonged to exactly one of the seven countries that are mentioned above but was not included in the respective bar in the graph.

When arranged in an ascending order of the total number of medals won, which of the following will never be a possible case?

A.

Jordon, Japan, Kazakhstan

B.

Malaysia, India, Singapore

C.

Japan, China, Singapore

D.

Japan, Singapore, Jordon

E.

Malaysia, India, Kazakhstan

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There are eight companies $C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7$ and $C8$ in the market that manufacture furniture.

The furniture manufactured by these companies is sold in one or more than one of the five regions namely $R1, R2, R3, R4$ and $R5.$ 

Two companies are said to be ‘Competitors’ if there is at least one region where both the companies sell their furniture.

The following bar- graph provides information about the number of competitors seven of these eight companies have.

Assume that these are the only eight companies that sell furniture in the mentioned regions.

Common information image for Bar Charts, Data Interpretation:1140-1

Difficult Bar Charts Question - 9

Q9.

Common Information Question: 1/4

How many competitors does $C6$ have?

A.

2

B.

3

C.

4

D.

5

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Difficult Bar Charts Question - 10

Q10.

Common Information Question: 2/4

The number of companies selling furniture in one region is at most:

A.

4

B.

5

C.

6

D.

7

E.

8

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