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##### 1. Question

Direction for the following 5 (five) items: Consider the given information and answer the five items that follow:

The following pie-chart depicts the proportion of population of six cities and the table shows the percentage of adults in these cities and the ratio of males to females among these adult populations

**.**6. The adult population of City E is approximately what per cent of the adult population of City F?

Correct**Solution: D**From the given data, the total population of city E is 15% of 8.5 lakh, of which 70 % is adult population.

Therefore, adult population of city E = (15 /100) * (70/100) * 8.5 lakh =89,250.

From the given data, the total population of city F is 10% of 8.5 lakh, of which 60 % is adult population.

Therefore, adult population of city F = (10 /100) * (60/100) * 8.5 lakh = 51000.

The adult population of City E in relation to adult population of city F is

- (89250/51000) * 100 = 175 %

**Hence, option (d) is correct**.Incorrect**Solution: D**From the given data, the total population of city E is 15% of 8.5 lakh, of which 70 % is adult population.

Therefore, adult population of city E = (15 /100) * (70/100) * 8.5 lakh =89,250.

From the given data, the total population of city F is 10% of 8.5 lakh, of which 60 % is adult population.

Therefore, adult population of city F = (10 /100) * (60/100) * 8.5 lakh = 51000.

The adult population of City E in relation to adult population of city F is

- (89250/51000) * 100 = 175 %

**Hence, option (d) is correct**. - Question 2 of 5
##### 2. Question

Direction for the following 5 (five) items: Consider the given information and answer the five items that follow:

The following pie-chart depicts the proportion of population of six cities and the table shows the percentage of adults in these cities and the ratio of males to females among these adult populations

**.**What is the difference between the total adult population of City B and the total population of City D?

Correct**Solution: A**By the given data, adult population of city B = (24/100) * (65/100) * 8.5 lakh

= 1,32,600.

By the given data, total population of city D = (14/100) * 8.5 lakh = 1,19,000.

Therefore, the difference between the total adult population of City B and the total population of City D = 1,32,000 – 1,19, 000 = 13,600.

**Hence, option (a) is correct**.Incorrect**Solution: A**By the given data, adult population of city B = (24/100) * (65/100) * 8.5 lakh

= 1,32,600.

By the given data, total population of city D = (14/100) * 8.5 lakh = 1,19,000.

Therefore, the difference between the total adult population of City B and the total population of City D = 1,32,000 – 1,19, 000 = 13,600.

**Hence, option (a) is correct**. - Question 3 of 5
##### 3. Question

Direction for the following 5 (five) items: Consider the given information and answer the five items that follow:

The following pie-chart depicts the proportion of population of six cities and the table shows the percentage of adults in these cities and the ratio of males to females among these adult populations

**.**What is the difference between the adult male population and the adult female population of City C?

Correct**Solution: C**By the given data, adult population of city C = (16/100 ) * (75/100) * 8.5 lakh.

= 1,02,000

It is given that ratio of male to female is 3:2.

Therefore the difference between the adult male population and the adult female population of City C is (1/5) * 1,02,000 = 20,400.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**.Incorrect**Solution: C**By the given data, adult population of city C = (16/100 ) * (75/100) * 8.5 lakh.

= 1,02,000

It is given that ratio of male to female is 3:2.

Therefore the difference between the adult male population and the adult female population of City C is (1/5) * 1,02,000 = 20,400.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**. - Question 4 of 5
##### 4. Question

**.**The adult female population of City A is approximately what per cent of its total population?

Correct**Solution: C**By the given data, total population of city A = (21/100) * 8.5 lakh = 1,78,500.

Adult population of City A = (72/100) * 1,78,500 = 1,28,520.

The adult female population of City A = (5/12) * 1,28,520 = 53,550.

Therefore, The adult female population of City A is 30 % ((53550/178500) * 100) of its total population.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**.Incorrect**Solution: C**By the given data, total population of city A = (21/100) * 8.5 lakh = 1,78,500.

Adult population of City A = (72/100) * 1,78,500 = 1,28,520.

The adult female population of City A = (5/12) * 1,28,520 = 53,550.

Therefore, The adult female population of City A is 30 % ((53550/178500) * 100) of its total population.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**. - Question 5 of 5
##### 5. Question

**.**The adult male population of City B is approximately what percentage more or less than its adult female population?

Correct**Solution: C**By the given data, total population of city B = (24/100) * 8.5 lakh = 2,04,000.

The adult population of City B = (65/100) * 2,04,000 = 1,32,600.

The adult male population of City B = (8/13) * 1,32,600 = 81,600.

The adult female population of City B = (5/13) * 1,32,600 = 51,000.

Therefore, the adult male population of City B is 160 % ((81600/51000) *100) of its adult female population.

Thus, the adult male population of City B is 60 % more than its adult female population.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**.Incorrect**Solution: C**By the given data, total population of city B = (24/100) * 8.5 lakh = 2,04,000.

The adult population of City B = (65/100) * 2,04,000 = 1,32,600.

The adult male population of City B = (8/13) * 1,32,600 = 81,600.

The adult female population of City B = (5/13) * 1,32,600 = 51,000.

Therefore, the adult male population of City B is 160 % ((81600/51000) *100) of its adult female population.

Thus, the adult male population of City B is 60 % more than its adult female population.

**Hence, option (c) is correct**.