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Question 1

Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of population of six cities A-F, ratio of males to females and the percentage (%) of adult population in these cities. Total population of these six cities is 24 lakhs. In accordance with the table, answer the questions that follow):

Population’s city wise

What is the total number of male population in City D?

Question 2

Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of population of six cities A-F, ratio of males to females and the percentage (%) of adult population in these cities. Total population of these six cities is 24 lakhs. In accordance with the table, answer the questions that follow):

Population’s city wise

What is the number of persons in City C who are not adult?

Question 3

Consider the following table that shows the percentage (%) distribution of population of six cities A-F, ratio of males to females and the percentage (%) of adult population in these cities. Total population of these six cities is 24 lakhs. In accordance with the table, answer the questions that follow):

Population’s city wise

What is the difference between the number of males and the number of females in City B?

Question 4

Population’s city wise

The number of adults in City E is what percent of the number of males in City D?

Question 5

Population’s city wise

What is the number of persons of City F who are adult?

Question 6

Consider the following table that shows the distribution of students in two sections A and B in a school according to the marks obtained by them. There is a total of 45 students in each of the sections A and B . Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table

If the pass mark is 30, what is the number of failures in both the sections together?

Question 7

Consider the following table that shows the distribution of students in two sections A and B in a school according to the marks obtained by them. There is a total of 45 students in each of the sections A and B . Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table

If the pass mark is 40, approximately what is the percentage of successful students in Section – B?

Question 8

Consider the following table that shows the distribution of students in two sections A and B in a school according to the marks obtained by them. There is a total of 45 students in each of the sections A and B . Answer the questions based on the data contained in the table

How many students in Section – A and Section – B together have obtained marks less than 10?

Question 9

How many students in Section – A have obtained 30 or more marks but less than 50?

Question 10

How many students in Section – A and Section – B have obtained 50 or more than 50 marks?

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