DATA INTERPRETATION Video 16 Venkatesan S IIMB Alumni

We are living in a data driven world. Lets take a look at some data points on the students admitted to the six Management institutes at Madurai, Cochin, Noida, Andaman, Gurugram and Jaipur for various academic programs starting from the year 2016. 1) Gender Diversity - Male or Female 2) Merit - Whether a particular student got full marks in any one section or not. 3) Parents - holds an MBA or Not MBA.

1) The number of Females, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds BA is 40 less than twice the number of Males who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA 2) The number of Males, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA is 40 more than six times the number of Females who received full marks in any one section but whose parents did not hold an MBA. 3) The ratio number of Females who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA to the number of Males who did not get a full marks in any one section and did not have Parents with MBA degree was 2:15. 4) The ratio of the number of Females who got a full marks in any one section to the number of ales who did not get a full marks in any one section is 1:7 5) The number of Males who got a full marks in any one section is 10 less than the total number of Females whose parents holds an MBA. 6) In all, 50% of the total admits of Males as well as that of Females were having parents with non- MBA degrees

How many Males did not get full marks in any one section? 1) 770 2) 910 3) 1020 4) Cannot be determined.

Which among the following could be min. the total number of students admitted from 2016? 1) 996 2) 1105 3) 1160 4) 1260

If the total number of students admitted is 1650, what is the difference in the number of Males and Females admitted?

We are living in a data driven world. Lets take a look at some data points on the students admitted to the six Management institutes at Madurai, Cochin, Noida, Andaman, Gurugram and Jaipur for various academic programs starting from the year 2016. 1) Gender Diversity - Male or Female 2) Merit - Whether a particular student got full marks in any one section or not. 3) Parents - holds an MBA or Not MBA. Merit Male Female Total MBA Non-MBA MBA Non-MBA Full Mark No Total

1) The number of Females, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds BA is 40 less than twice the number of Males who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA 2) The number of Males, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA is 40 more than six times the number of Females who received full marks in any one section but whose parents did not hold an MBA. 3) The ratio number of Females who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA to the number of Males who did not get a full marks in any one section and did not have Parents with MBA degree was 2:15. 4) The ratio of the number of Females who got a full marks in any one section to the number of ales who did not get a full marks in any one section is 1:7 5) The number of Males who got a full marks in any one section is 10 less than the total number of Females whose parents holds an MBA. 6) In all, 50% of the total admits of Males as well as that of Females were having parents with non- MBA degrees

1) The number of Females, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA is 40 less than twice the number of Males who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA 2) The number of Males, who did not get full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA is 40 more than six times the number of Females who received full marks in any one section but whose parents did not hold an MBA. 3) The ratio number of Females who got full marks in any one section and whose parents holds MBA to the number of Males who did not get a full marks in any one section and did not have Parents with MBA degree was 2:15. Merit Male Female Total MBA Non-MBA MBA 2c 2a 40 Non-MBA Full Mark No Total 6b+40 15c

4) The ratio of the number of Females who got a full marks in any one section to the number of Males who did not get a full marks in any one section is 1:7 5) The number of Males who got a full marks in any one section is 10 less than the total number of Females whose parents holds an MBA. 6) In all, 50% of the total admits of Males as well as that of Females were having parents with non-MBA degrees. (2c+b) : (6b+40+15c) 1:7 (ate) (2c+2a-40) 10

(2c + b) / (6b+40+15c) 1/7 a+6b+40 e+15c a 6b 40 e15b 600 e a -9b640 c b 40 e-> a - 9b640 a+2b-130> b 70 30 e a 2b -80 50>e a 2b 130 Merit Male Female Total Non-MBA a+10 450 MBA 60 2a-40 Non-MBA 70 2a-50 MBA (2c+b): (6b+40+15c) 1:7 (a+e) (2c+2a-40) 10 Full Mark No Total 460

Which among the following could be the min. total number of students admitted from 2016? 1) 996 2) 1105 3) 1160 4) 1260 2a 50> 0 >a is 25 min Total 91025 35 1300 10 1105 Merit Male Female Total MBA Full Mark No Total Non-MBA a+10 450 MBA 60 2a - 40 Non-MBA 70 2a-50 460

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Moulika Ellur

3 months ago

superb explanation .....!😊

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