Table interpretation and data analysis MCQs practice set in English for UP PET Exam 2024 -2025. 10 Questions from 2 tables will be asked in UPSSSC PET examination. Tables with questions are compiled for preparation of upcoming examinations.

## Table MCQs in English for UPSSSC UP PET Exam

**Directions (1–4): The following questions are based on the table given below which represents the distance (in km) travelled by two persons A and B in the same direction.**

Hour | Distance travelled (in km) by A | Distance travelled (in km) by B |

1 st | 20 | 25 |

2 nd | 30 | 40 |

3 rd | 20 | 35 |

4 th | 15 | 25 |

5 th | 25 | 35 |

6 th | 15 | 10 |

7 th | 25 | 25 |

8 th | 35 | 15 |

9 th | 20 | 25 |

10 th | 30 | 45 |

**Question 1: B’s average speed (km/hour) during the first four hours is.**

A) 21.25

B) 22

C) 31.25

D) 32

###### Show Answer

**Ans : C) 31.25**

B’s average speed

( kmph

the correct option is (c)

**Question 2: The ratio of A’s speed during the first five hours and the last five hours is.**

A) 25 : 22

B) 22 : 25

C) 15 : 22

D) 20 : 21

###### Show Answer

**B) 22 : 25**

Required ratio of average speed

=

110 : 125 = 22 : 25 km

the correct option is (b)

**Question 3: What is the distance (in km) between A and B at the end of 8th hour?**

A) 30

B) 25

C) 15

D) 12

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**Ans : B) 25**

Required distance

= (25 + 40 + 35 + 25 + 35 + 10 + 25 + 15 ) – (20 + 30 + 20 + 15 + 25 + 15 + 25 + 35 )

= 210 – 185 = 25 km

the correct option is (b)

**Question 4: The distance between A and B is maximum at the end of**

A) 2 hours

B) 3 hours

C) 4 hours

D) 5 hours

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**Ans : D) 5 hours**

Distance after 2 hours = 65 – 50 = 15 km

Distance after 3 hours = 100 – 70 = 30 km

Distance after 4 hours = 125 – 85 = 40 km

Distance after 5 hours =160 – 110 = 50 km

(maximum distance)

the correct option is (d).

##### Directions (5 – 9): Study the table carefully and answer the questions given below. Yearly production (In thousands) of

scooters in different factories.

Factory | 2015 | 2016 | 2017 | 2018 | 2019 |

P | 20 | 15 | 24 | 13 | 17 |

Q | 16 | 23 | 41 | 20 | 15 |

R | 14 | 21 | 30 | 16 | 12 |

S | 25 | 17 | 15 | 12 | 22 |

T | 40 | 32 | 39 | 41 | 35 |

Total | 115 | 108 | 149 | 102 | 101 |

**Question 5 : In which year, the production of scooters of all factories was equal to the yearly average number of scooters produced during 2015–19 ?**

A) 2015

B) 2016

C) 2017

D) 2018

###### Show Answer

**A) 2015**

Average number of scooters produced per year (in thousands)

=

=

Clearly, it was in the year 2015.

**Question 6 : Which factory/factories showed a decrease of 25% in the production of scooters in 2019 as compared to 2018 ?**

A) P

B) S

C) Q and R

D) P and T

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**C) Q and R**

Company Q produced 20 thousands scooters in 2018 and 15 thousands in 2019. Clearly, a decrease of 25%. Similar is the case with company R also.

**Question 7: The ratio of the production of scooters by factory P to that by factors T in 2015 is.**

A) 2 : 3

B) 1 : 2

C) 3 : 2

D) 2 : 1

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**B) 1 : 2**

Required ratio =

= 1 : 2

**Question 8: In which year, the total production of scooters was maximum?**

A) 2019

B) 2016

C) 2017

D) 2015

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**Ans : C) 2017**

It was maximum in the year 2017

the correct option is (c).

**Question 9: In which year the total production of scooters of all factories was 20% of the total production of scooters during 2015 – 2019 ?**

A) 2018

B) 2015

C) 2016

D) 2019

###### Show Answer

**B) 2015**

Total production of scooters during 2015 – 2019 in thousands.

= 115 + 108 + 149 + 102 + 101 = 575

Now

=

It was in the year 2015.

##### Directions (10 –14): A survey of film watching habits of people living in five cities P, Q , R, S and T is summarized below in a table. The column I in the table gives percentage of film-watchers in each city who see only one film a week. The column II gives the total number of film-watchers who see two or more films per week.

Read the table and answer the following questions.

City | I | II |

P | 60 | 24,000 |

Q | 20 | 30,000 |

R | 85 | 24,000 |

S | 55 | 27,000 |

T | 75 | 80,000 |

**Question 10 : How many film-watchers in city R see only one film in a week?**

A) 24850

B) 36000

C) 136000

D) 160000

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15 percent = 24000

85 percent =

= 136000

**Question 11 : Which city has the highest number of film watchers who see only one film in a week?**

A) P

B) R

C) S

D) T

###### Show Answer

According to table T

Hence, the correct option is (d).

**Question 12 : A city with the lowest number of film-watchers is. **

A) P

B) Q

C) R

D) S

###### Show Answer

**B) Q**

According to table Q

Hence, the correct option is (b).

**Question 13 :The highest number of film-watchers in any given city is.**

A) Q

B) R

C) S

D) T

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According to table T

Hence, the correct option is (d).

**Question 14: The total number of all film-watchers in the five cities who see only one film in a week is.**

A)113000

B) 425200

C) 452500

D) 500000

###### Show Answer

According to table 452500

##### Directions (15–18): Study the following table and answer the questions given below.

**Annual income of five schools.**

Source of income | A | B | C | D | E |

Tuition Fee | 120 | 60 | 210 | 90 | 120 |

Term Fee | 24 | 12 | 45 | 24 | 30 |

Donation | 54 | 21 | 60 | 51 | 60 |

Grants | 60 | 54 | 120 | 42 | 55 |

Miscellaneous | 12 | 3 | 15 | 3 | 15 |

Total | 270 | 150 | 450 | 210 | 280 |

**Question 15: For school E, what per cent of the income from miscellaneous is the income from donation?**

A) 25 %

B) 40 %

C) 26 %

D) 400 %

###### Show Answer

Required percentage

%

**Question 16: Which school has the highest percentage of income from tuition fee out of its total income?**

A) A

B) B

C) C

D) D

###### Show Answer

School A %

School B %

School C %

School D %

**Question 17: In case of how many schools, is the income by way of tuition fee; is less than four times of term fee?**

A) 0

B) 1

C) 2

D) 3

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**Ans : B) 1**

School A =

School B =

School C =

School D =

School E =

Hence, the correct option is (b)

**Question 18: Which school has the lowest ratio of income by way of grants and tuition fee?**

A) E

B) B

C) C

D) D

###### Show Answer

School B

School C

School D

School E

(lowest Income ratio)

the correct option is (a)

##### Directions (19–22): The following table shows the productions of food grains (in million tons) in a state for the period 1999–2000 to 2003–2004. Read the table and answer the questions.

**Production (In million tons)**

Year | Wheat | Rice | Barley | Other cereals |

1999 – 2000 | 680 | 270 | 250 | 450 |

2000 – 2001 | 800 | 420 | 440 | 300 |

2001 – 2002 | 680 | 350 | 320 | 460 |

2002 – 2003 | 720 | 400 | 380 | 500 |

2003 – 2004 | 820 | 560 | 410 | 690 |

**Question 19: In 2002–2003, the percentage increase in the production of barley as compared to the previous year was.**

A) 14.20%

B) 17.85%

C) 18.75%

D) 7.90%

###### Show Answer

Percent increase

= %

**Question 20 : During the period 1999–2000 to 2003–2004, x per cent of the total production is the production of wheat. The value of x is about**

A) 12.6

B) 37.4

C) 37.8

D) 20.2

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**Ans : B) 37.4**

Total production:

Wheat = 3700 million tonnes

Rice = 2000 million tonnes

Barley = 1800 million tonnes

Other cereals = 2400 million tonnes

**Question 21 :In the year 2003–2004, the increase in production was maximum over the previous year for**

A) Rice

B) Barley

C) Other cereals

D) Wheat

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**Ans : A) Rice**

Percentage increase in:

Rice = %

Cereals = %

the correct option is (a).

**Question 22 : The difference of average production of rice and the average production of barley over the years is (in million tonnes)**

A) 50

B) 60

C) 80

D) 40

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Required difference

=

= 40 million tonnes

the correct option is (d).

##### Directions (23–24): The table shows the percentage of total population of a city in different age groups. Study the table and

answer the questions.

Age group | Percent |

UP to 15 | 18.00 |

16 – 25 | 18.25 |

26 – 35 | 16.75 |

36 – 35 | 16.25 |

16 – 55 | 15.00 |

56 – 65 | 12.50 |

66 and above | 1.25 |

**Question: 23 If there are 22 million people below 36 years, then the number of people (in millions) in the age group (56 – 65) is**

A) 5

B) 5.5

C) 3

D) 3.5

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Percentage of people below 36 years = 55%

(20 + 18.25 + 16.75)%

55% ≡ 22 million

12.50% =

= 5 millions

**Question 24: ** **If the difference between the number of people in the age groups (46 – 55) and (16 – 25) is 0.975 million, then the total population (in millions) of the city is.**

A) 27

B) 30

C) 22

D) 25

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(18.25 – 15)% ≡ 0.975 million

100%=

= 30 millions

**The following data gives a year – wise outlay ( in lakhs of rupees) in a certain 4 – year plan ( 2018 -2022) of a state.**

Year | Health | Housing | Transport | Education |

2018 – 2019 | 6200 | 6500 | 7100 | 8000 |

2019 – 2020 | 7000 | 6600 | 7200 | 8100 |

2020 – 2021 | 7300 | 6800 | 7400 | 8200 |

2021 – 2022 | 7400 | 7000 | 7500 | 8400 |

**Question 25 : What was the Percentage increase during 2020 – 2021 over 2018 – 2019 in education outlay ?**

A) 2.8 %

B) 2.5 %

C) 3.2 %

D) 2.0%

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Thanks for attempt Table MCQs practice set in English for upcoming UP PET Exam.