**100 Data Interpretation Questions** (Set 5)

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Directions: Questions 8 to 9 are based on the following data.

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1. Of every dollar received by the federal government, how much (in cents) is from coporate sources?

32 | |

70 | |

30 | |

35 | |

29 |

2. what percentage of the federal revenue is derived from borrowings?

0.2% | |

0.02% | |

2.7% | |

1.2% | |

2.5% |

3. The percentage per capita expenditure on food registered what percentage decrease between 1973 and 1983 for urban consumers?

9.2% | |

10.5% | |

8.4% | |

Insufficient data | |

None of the above |

4. If the total per capita expenses in an urban household in 1973 were Rs. 531, approximately how much of it was spent on sugar?

Rs. 18.30 | |

Rs. 17.00 | |

Rs. 19.1 | |

Rs. 64.00 |

5. In 1973, in the rural areas the per capita expenses on oil produced what percent of the per capita expenditure on vegetables?

6.4% | |

97.2% | |

101.2% | |

65.2% | |

None of the above |

6. In 1978 the per capita expenditure on non food items formed what percent of the per capita expenditure on food items, in the urban area?

47.2% | |

51.9% | |

66.6% | |

70% | |

None of the above |

7. In 1983, if the rural and urban per capita expenditure were Rs. 665 and Rs. 765 respectively, what was the difference between their per capita expenditure on food items?

Rs. 25 | |

Rs. 15 | |

Rs. 50 | |

Rs. 21 | |

None of the above |

8. How many grams of sucrose (to the nearest gram) must be added to one gram of saccharin to make a mixture that will be 100 times as sweet as glucose?)

7 | |

8 | |

9 | |

10 | |

100 |

9. What is the ratio of glucose to lactose in a mixture as sweet as maltose?

8 : 21 | |

21 : 8 | |

25 : 9 | |

29 : 8 | |

32 : 5 |