Updated On : March 4, 2023

The syllabus of the IPMAT exam has a decent amount of questions appearing from the data interpretation topics, so you cannot miss preparing for it.

If you are preparing for competitive exams like IPMAT, DU JAT, etc, you must be well prepared for the data interpretation topics that come under the quantitative section.

On analysis of previous year's papers, generally, you can expect 4-5 questions from Data Interpretation in these competitive exams, and the difficulty level of questions is easy-moderate.

This post shall walk you through the important DI Questions for DU JAT and the IPMAT Exam.

Data Interpretation is analyzing the data provided and using these data to calculate the required value. The data can be provided in any format like a table, bar graph, pie chart, or line graph.

Though there is no shortcut to solving data interpretation questions quickly! There are some best **Preparation Tips for DI Questions**.

Following these tips will help save your time while solving DI Questions For IPMAT & DU JAT as time management is extremely important when giving any entrance exams.

To help you have an idea about the type of questions asked from the DI topics in the IPMAT** **and DUJAT exams, we have provided a few sample questions curated from the previous year's papers.

We recommend you practice DI Questions for the** IPMAT Exam** & DU JAT regularly to enhance your problem-solving and time management skills.

**Q 1) **Study the graph below and answer the following questions.

1) In which of the following pairs of states the ratio of investment in the power sector is 7: 8?

(a) UP, Maharastra

(b) Delhi, Maharashtra

(c) Delhi, UP

(d) UP, Kerela

2) What is the ratio between the investment in AP in IT and Others in UP?

(a) 35:74

(b) 12:17

(c) 72:35

(d) 17: 12

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3) The total investment in the Road sector by these states is

(a) Rs.780.80cr

(b) Rs.768.40cr

(c) Rs.689.80cr

(d) Rs.780cr

4) The FDI in Cinema sector in Delhi is what percent less than that in Kerala in Others?

(a) 80%

(b) 70%

(c) 65%

(d) 77%

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5) FDI in Maharashtra in the Telecom sector is what percent of that in AP in the IT sector?

(a) 35%

(b) 40%

(c) 30%

(d) 45%

**Q 2) **Study the table to answer the given questions. Data regarding the number of candidates appearing for Civil Services (CS) and Engineering Services (ES) Examinations in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 in the country XYZ.

1) The total number of candidates who appeared for CS and ES together in 2011 was 25% more than the total number of candidates who appeared for the same together in 2010. How many female candidates appeared for both the exams together in 2011 if they formed 2/5 of the total number of candidates appearing for both CS and ES that year?

(a) 52,000

(b) 58,000

(c) 60,000

(d) 62,000

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2) What is the ratio of the number of graduates who had appeared for ES in 2010 to the number of graduates who appeared for CS in 2010?

(a) 13:21

(b) 12:17

(c) 12:19

(d) 11:17

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3) The total number of graduates who appeared for ES in 2008 is what percent of the total number of graduates who appeared for CS in the same year?

(a) 75

(b) 40

(c) 55

(d) 50

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4) What is the difference between the average number of candidates who appeared for CS in the year 2007 and 2008 and the average number of candidates who appeared for ES in the same years together?

(a) 38,400

(b) 24,400

(c) 26,000

(d) 26,400

5) What is the total number of graduates who appeared for both CS and ES together in the year 2009?

(a) 66,300

(b) 64,200

(c) 60,800

(d) 62,800

**Q 3) **Study the data given below and answer the following questions. The pie charts shown below show the distance covered by a boat moving upstream and downstream on different days of the week. And the table shows the speed of the stream in km/hr on other days of the week.

1) If the time taken by boat to travel upstream on Wednesday is 6/7 times than the time taken to travel downstream on Monday and the speed of the boat in still water on Monday is 15 kmph, then find the speed of the boat in still water on Wednesday? ( speed of the boat in still water is different on different days)

A. 52 kmph

B. 62 kmph

C. 42 kmph

D. 48 kmph

E. None of these

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2) If the time taken by boat to travel upstream on Monday is 27 1/5 hrs. more than the time taken by it to travel downstream on the same day, then find the speed of the boat in still water on Monday? (speed of the boat in still water is the same upstream as downstream)

A. 25 kmph

B. 18 kmph

C. 20 kmph

D. 15 kmph

E. None of these

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Q) If the speed of the boat in still water on Saturday was 27 km/hr and the speed of the boat in still water on Wednesday was 662/3% more than that of Saturday and time taken to travel upstream on Wednesday is 16/13 times than time taken by it to travel downstream on Saturday, then find the speed of the stream (in kmph) on Saturday?

A. 2

B. 4

C. 9

D. 8

E. None of these

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Q) The speed of the boat in still water on Saturday was 21 km/hr. and that on Sunday was 284/7% more than that on Saturday, if the time taken by boat to travel upstream on Saturday is 21/2 times than time taken to travel downstream on Sunday, then find the time taken by the boat to cover a distance of 125 km upstream on Saturday?

A. 6 hrs. 45 min

B. 2 hrs. 45 min

C. 4 hrs. 30 min

D. 6 hrs. 15 min

E. None of these

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Q) If the time taken by a boat to travel upstream on Friday is 30 hours more than the time taken by it to travel downstream on Wednesday and the speed of the boat in still water on Friday is 17 kmph, then find the upstream speed of the boat on Wednesday? (speed of the boat in still water is different on different days)

A. 27 kmph

B. 22 kmph

C. 20 kmph

D. 25 kmph

E. None of these

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I improve my accuracy during the IPMAT Maths Preparation?

You can easily improve your speed and accuracy in the IPMAT Exam by solving as many sample papers as possible. Practicing mock tests would definitely improve your time management skills and problem-solving techniques. So, it is advisable to solve mock tests on a daily basis.

How can I better for IPMAT Maths Section?

Following the expert tips will definitely help you to prepare better for the IPMAT Maths. Begin your preparation by studying from the right books, which cover all the concepts and topics according to the latest exam pattern, and make sure you are aware of the detailed Paper pattern and latest Syllabus of the IPMAT Exam before starting your preparation.

Taking up Mock Tests regularly and solving Sample Papers helps to test your preparation and improve your speed and managing time.

Which is the best Study Material for IPMAT Quant Preparation?

For cracking quantitative ability section, refer to R.D. Sharma or R.S. Aggarwal book. It includes all the concepts from 12th standard explained in depth. It is also easily understandable without any tutor.

Do I need to take specific coaching for IPMAT Maths?

It solely depends on you whether you need to take IPMAT coaching or not. If your fundamentals are strong, then it is easy to crack the exam just by solving previous year sample papers and Mock tests. However, if you want to improve your fundamentals then opting for coaching is beneficial.

What are the IPMAT Maths Preparation Tips?

Some of the general preparation tips to crack the Maths section are: Try to understand the concepts of the topics. Do not go for cramming, Do not try to get into some new topics at the end days of preparation, and Revise the old topics. Go through formulas, and try practicing them. During preparation, check short-cuts too.