# Data Interpretation - Pie Charts - Discussion

The following pie charts exhibit the distribution of the overseas tourist traffic from India. The two charts shows the tourist distribution by country and the age profiles of the tourists respectively.

Distribution of Overseas Tourist Traffic from India.

1.

What percentage of Indian tourist went to either USA or UK ?

 [A]. 40 % [B]. 50 % [C]. 60 % [D]. 70 %

Explanation:

(40+10) = 50% (from first chart)

 Dhanu said: (Jul 2, 2014) Mentioned as or but added two countries, looks correction required.

 Shreya said: (Jun 17, 2015) Please explain why do we add 40 %+ 20%, while question used %age of tourist went either USA or UK?

 Kiran said: (Nov 23, 2015) And should be used instead of or.

 Barath said: (Apr 23, 2016) Because the question mentioned here is What percentage of Indian tourist went to either USA or UK ? So, US - 40. UK - 10. Then 40 + 10 = 50.

 Vikash said: (Jul 30, 2016) How it's? I am not understanding.

 Saifwais said: (Oct 9, 2016) In case of "Either" it requires addition. Since, we do know the percentage but don't know the number, so it signifies the number lies in between the percentage area.

 Tahseen said: (Oct 13, 2016) How it will be added 40 and 10?

 Jahid said: (Oct 15, 2016) Here, either means to add. So (40% + 10%) = 50%.

 Ravimahawar said: (Jul 18, 2017) Hi, Thanks for providing these quality questions. The questions you are sharing with us are useful for good practice.

 Sanida said: (Aug 20, 2017) Both the graphs will be added right for the further correction.

 Surendra said: (Jan 8, 2018) In question it have "or" instead of "add". If the answer is correct then question have to be correction. Place 'add' in place of 'or'. Then will be it correct.

 Sourav Kumar Saha said: (Jan 21, 2018) Either or is mentioned in this question. So why you add this?

 Mounika said: (Jan 24, 2018) Percentage formula is x/y so how will impossible? Please explain clearly.

 Anja said: (Jul 20, 2020) What will happen if they went to UK AND USA? Anyone explain.