Quantitative Aptitude Notes

# Caselet – Data Interpretation

## CASELET DI

Caselet from the Data Interpretation section can be difficult because it requires the formulation of data from given statements. A word problem is given that has to be visualized then formulated in the form of table or set theory followed by the use of speed techniques to solve.

• One must be well versed with concepts of Percentages, Ratio Proportion, Fraction simplification, Approximations, Averages in order to solve DI sets.
• The squares of numbers till 30, cubes till 20 should be known along with percentage values of (1/2), (1/3),…..(1/12).
• The typical sets are based on questions from Profit Loss, Simple & Compound interest, Production & Consumption, etc.

Sample Question

Among 400 cricket players, 45% played in IPL 1 and 6.25% played only in IPL 1. Again, 57.5% of players played in IPL 2 and 11.25% of players played only in IPL 2. Again, 72.5% of players played in IPL 3 and 27.5% of players played only in IPL 3. Twenty percent of players played in all three IPL tournaments.

How many players are there who played in IPL 1 and IPL 2 but not in IPL 3?

1) 30     2) 35    3) 40    4) 65     5) 45