Study the following bar graph and table carefully to answer the questions given below (15):
The following bar graph shows data related to population of different states(in lakhs) in the year 1992
The following table shows the ratio b\w male, female and literacy, illiterate and also graduates and under graduates.
1. If in the year 1993 there was an increase of 10% population of AP. and 12% of Bihar compared to the previous year, than what was the ratio of the population of AP. to Bihar?
a. 521:540
b. 405:530
c. 408:505
d. 407:560
e. None
2. What was the approximate percentage of women of Andhra Pradesh to the women of HP?
a.90%
b.110%
c.120%
d.126%
e.95%
3. if 70% of total no of literate population in Assam are graduate what is the total no of under graduates in the Assam in the year 1992?
a. 65300
b. 70000
c. 62021
d. 82120
e. None
4. In Haryana, if 70% of the females are literate and 75% of the males are literate, what is the total number of illiterates in the state?
a.12,2500
b. 85,000
c. 84,000
d. 81,000
e. None
5. What is the ratio of literates in Assam to the literates in Bihar?
a. 2 : 5
b. 3 : 5
c. 7 : 15
d. 2 : 3
e. None
2. d
3. b
4. a
5. c
The year 1993 there was an increase of 10% population of AP. and 12% of Bihar
The ratio is = 370000* 110/100 : 500000* 112/100
=è 407 : 560
2.
Total no of woman in AP is =370000* 6/10= 222000
Total no of woman in HP is =280000*4/7=160000
Required percentage = (222000/160000)*100=~126
3.
The total no of literate under graduates population in Assam= 300000*(7/90*(30/100)
=è 70000
4.
if 70% of the females are literate and 75% of the males are literate
female illiterate Haryana= (450000*4/9)*(30/100)
=è60000
male illiterate Haryana= (450000*5/9)*(25/100)
=è62500
Total no of illiterate population in Haryana=122500
5.
the ratio of literates in Assam to the literates in Bihar
=è 300000*7/9 : 500000*1/5
=è 21 : 45
=è 7 : 15
The following bar graph shows data related to population of different states(in lakhs) in the year 1992
The following table shows the ratio b\w male, female and literacy, illiterate and also graduates and under graduates.
Different states

Male and female

Literacy and illiterate

Graduates and undergraduates

Bihar
AP
HP
Haryana
Odisha
Assam

3 : 2
4 : 6
3 : 4
5 : 4
2 : 3
2 : 1

1 : 4
4 :1
2 :1
3 : 2
2 : 3
7 : 2

4 : 7
6 : 7
3 : 2
7 : 8
4 : 5
6 : 7

1. If in the year 1993 there was an increase of 10% population of AP. and 12% of Bihar compared to the previous year, than what was the ratio of the population of AP. to Bihar?
a. 521:540
b. 405:530
c. 408:505
d. 407:560
e. None
2. What was the approximate percentage of women of Andhra Pradesh to the women of HP?
a.90%
b.110%
c.120%
d.126%
e.95%
3. if 70% of total no of literate population in Assam are graduate what is the total no of under graduates in the Assam in the year 1992?
a. 65300
b. 70000
c. 62021
d. 82120
e. None
4. In Haryana, if 70% of the females are literate and 75% of the males are literate, what is the total number of illiterates in the state?
a.12,2500
b. 85,000
c. 84,000
d. 81,000
e. None
5. What is the ratio of literates in Assam to the literates in Bihar?
a. 2 : 5
b. 3 : 5
c. 7 : 15
d. 2 : 3
e. None
ANSWERS:
1. d2. d
3. b
4. a
5. c
Solutions and explanation:
1.The year 1993 there was an increase of 10% population of AP. and 12% of Bihar
The ratio is = 370000* 110/100 : 500000* 112/100
=è 407 : 560
2.
Total no of woman in AP is =370000* 6/10= 222000
Total no of woman in HP is =280000*4/7=160000
Required percentage = (222000/160000)*100=~126
3.
The total no of literate under graduates population in Assam= 300000*(7/90*(30/100)
=è 70000
4.
if 70% of the females are literate and 75% of the males are literate
female illiterate Haryana= (450000*4/9)*(30/100)
=è60000
male illiterate Haryana= (450000*5/9)*(25/100)
=è62500
Total no of illiterate population in Haryana=122500
5.
the ratio of literates in Assam to the literates in Bihar
=è 300000*7/9 : 500000*1/5
=è 21 : 45
=è 7 : 15
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