Practice Questions on Pie Charts
Data Interpretation

Common Information

Five people A, B, C, D and E went to a shop. In that shop, only five different types (P, Q, R, S and T) of pens were sold. Each of the five people purchased exactly four pens, each of a different type. Also, no two of the people purchased the same set of four different types of pens. The following bar graph provides information about the price (in Rs.) at which one pen of each of the given types is sold in the shop.

Common information image for Pie Charts, Data Interpretation:1702-1

Additional information given:

I. The price of the type of pen that was not purchased by A was Rs.10 more than the price of the pen, which was not purchased by C.

II. The price of the type of pen that was not purchased by B was Rs.10 more than the price of the pen, which was not purchased by D.

Difficult Pie Charts Question - 31

Q31.

Common Information Question: 2/4

How many of the following could be the total amount (in Rs.) spent by D on purchasing the four pens?

I. 120

II. 110

III. 100

IV. 90

A.

1

B.

2

C.

3

D.

4

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Difficult Pie Charts Question - 32

Q32.

Common Information Question: 3/4

If the total amount (in Rs.) spent by C in purchasing the four pens was 110, then who among the following spent the maximum amount (in Rs.) in purchasing the four pens?

A.

D and E

B.

D only

C.

E only

D.

A only

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Difficult Pie Charts Question - 33

Q33.

Common Information Question: 4/4

If C spent the maximum amount (in Rs.) in purchasing the four pens, then who among the five people spent the minimum amount (in Rs.) in purchasing the four pens?

A.

E

B.

B

C.

D

D.

B or E

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