# Data Interpretation Quiz – Set 1

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Directions(1-5): In the following table,
populations of 6 cities have been given. Study
the following table carefully and answer the
questions.

1. By what per cent
is the number of adult males in cities C and D more than that of adult females in
the
same cities?
1) 33%
2) 30%
3) 35%
4) 35.9%
5) 40%

Solutions –
2. The number of
children in city F is what per cent of the number of adult females in the same city?
1) 35
2) 39
3) 42
4) 43
5) 44

Solutions –
3. The difference
between the number of adult females in the cities A and D is
1) 8031000
2) 8301000
3) 8130000
4) 8231000
5) None of these

Solutions –
population in cities B and F?
1) 107458000
2) 104758000
3) 104458000
4) 114458000
5) None of these

Solutions –
5. What is ratio of
total population of city D and city E?
1) 187 : 109
2) 187 : 119
3) 119 : 187
4) 129 : 187
5) None of these

Solutions –
Directions(6-10): The following
questions are based on the following pie chat.
In the pie chart populations of 6 states have
been given. The table shows ratio of males and
females. Study the diagrams carefully and

Total Population: 15000000
 State Male : Female Rajasthan 1:7 Maharashtra 5:7 Uttar Pradesh 6:5 Goa 5:7 Karnataka 7:8 Gujarat 9:6
6. What is total number
of females in Gujarat and Rajasthan?
1) 3482500
2) 3382500
3) 3823500
4) 3658200
5) None of these

Solutions –
7. What is the respective
ratio of populations of Goa and Maharashtra?
1) 1 : 2
2) 2 : 1
3) 2 : 3
4) 3 : 2
5) 4 : 3

Solutions –
8. By what per cent
is the population of Rajasthan more than that of Maharashtra?
1) 11.5%
2) 10.5%
3) 12.5%
4) 9%
5) 16%

Solutions –
9. What is the
average number of males in Karnataka and Goa?
1) 815000
2) 91500
3) 915000
4) 925000
5) 935000

Solutions –
10. By what per cent
is the population of Goa less than that of Maharashtra?
1) 49%
2) 48%
3) 45%
4) 50%
5) 60%

Solutions –

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