# Table 13

Refer to the table and answer the given questions.
Total Population in Five Cities = 20,00,000

 Cities Total Population(In Lakhs) Rural : Urban Male : Female Literate : Illiterate % of Graduate out of Literates A _ 7:3 10:11 2:3 _ B 3.15 _ 7:3 _ 45 C _ 6:5 _ 7:4 _ D 4.20 _ 11:3 _ 65 E _ 11:9 _ 2:3 _

Q1. The total population of City A and C is 7,55,000. The difference between the total population of City A and C is is 1.25 lakhs. If the City C has more population than City A then the urban population of City A and C together is approximately what percent of total population of these two Cities?
1. 39%                   2. 12%                     3. 13%                     4. 11%                       5. None of the Above

Q2. The difference between the number of male and female in the City A is 15000. Approximately, by what percent of urban population of City A less than its Rural population?
1. 75%                       2. 57%                   3. 55%                     4. 68%                   5. None of the Above

Q3. One – fourth of total population of City C is 1,10,000.  If the total number of Literate graduates of City B and D are 15,750 and 91,000. What % of the total population of City B, C and D together is literate?
1. 28.6%                   2. 17.6%                   3. 50.6%                     4. 25.6%              5. 45.6%

Q4. The difference between the total population of City C and E is 30,000. The ratio of total population of City C and E is 44:41.  Total % of Literate graduates of City C and E is 80%. If the % Literate graduates of City E is equalled to three times of Literate graduates of City C then what is the difference between the number of graduates from City C and City E?
1. 43800                  2. 42600                  3. 44800                 4. 45800                    5. 42400

Q5. What is the sum of male population in City B and female population in City D together ?
1. 3,76,000                  2. 3,10,500                3. 3,60,000                4. 3,60,500            5. None of the Above