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Interpretation Questions

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Four of the questions in the quantitative section are data interpretation questions. There are always two questions based on one set of data, and later in the section, two more questions based on a second set of data. As you might guess from their name, these questions are based on information provided in graphs, tables or charts. The questions test your ability to interpret the data that have been provided. You will either have to do a calculation or make an inference from the given data. Here are two questions based on one set of data.

Data Interpretation Questions Example No. 1

This is a straightforward question that can easily be answered by looking at the chart and doing a small calculation.

In 1990, 30% of the faculty was not professors (5% were instructors and 25% were adjunct faculty).
30% of 800 = .30 X 800 = 240.

Data Interpretation Questions Example No. 2

This question is more complicated and requires several calculations.

Since the number of faculty members increased by 20%, in 2000 there were 960 people on the faculty (20% of 800 = 160, and 800 + 160 = 960).
In 1990, there were 560 professors.
35% + 10% + 25% = 70% and 70% Of 800 = 560
So in 2000, there were also 560 professors.
In 1990, there were 40 instructors (5% of 800 = 40); since that number increased by 50%, and 50% of 40 is 20, there were 60 instructors in 2000.
Of the 960 faculty members in 2000, 560 were professors and 60 were instructors. The remaining 340 were adjuncts (960 560 60 = 340).
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