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JMET Section-IV Data Interpretation Data Interpretation

Directions: Questions 18 – 23 are based on the following bar chart showing trends of the per capita net domestic product in some States and Union Territories (UTs) of India

Q. 18: The average of values of per capita net domestic product for the States / UTs in 2002-03 lies between Rs.

(A) 20,000-25,000
(B) 25,000-30,000
(C) 30,000-35,000
(D) 35,000-40,000

Q. 19: For which State /UT was the per capita net domestic product farthest from the average of values of per capita net domestic product of the States / UTs in 2002-03?
(A) Chandigarh
(B) A.P.
(C) Kerala
(D) Pondicherry

Q. 20: Which of the following States /UTs had the highest growth rate in per capita net domestic product between 2002-03 and 2004-05?

(A) Kerala
(B) Haryana
(C) Chandigarh
(D) A.P.

Q. 21: The number of States / UTs with more than Rs. 2000 rise in per capita net domestic product in any year over the previous year was

(A) 5
(B) 6
(C) 7
(D) 8

Q. 22:
Which of the States / UTs had less than half the per capita net domestic product of Chandigarh in each of the three years?
(A) A.P., Kerala and Punjab
(B) A.P., Kerala and Tamilnadu
(C) A.P., Kerala and Haryana
(D) A.P., Haryana and Tamilnadu

Q. 23: The ratio of per capita net domestic product of a large developed (G7 member) Asian country with per capita net product of US \$ 40000, to per capita net domestic product of the richest State / UT among the given eight States / UTs in 2004-05 (assuming US\$ 1= Rs.40) is in the range of

(A) 15-20
(B) 20-25
(C) 25-30
(D) 30-35