# IBPS Data Interpretation Questions and Answers Practice set 15

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1 . The following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of males to females among them, the percentage of literate males and the percentage of literate females. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the total number of illiterate females in all six cities together?
 2.769 lakh 2.842 lakh 2.888 lakh 2.926 lakh 2.964 lakh
2 . The following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of males to females among them, the percentage of literate males and the percentage of literate females. Answer the given questions based on this table.

The total number of illiterate females of City C is approximately what per cent of the total number of literate males of City F?
 65% 69% 74% 78% 81%
3 . The following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of males to females among them, the percentage of literate males and the percentage of literate females. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the average number of literate females taking all six cities together?
 62140 63580 63850 62410 64550
4 . The following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of males to females among them, the percentage of literate males and the percentage of literate females. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the ratio of illiterate males to literate females of City B?
 3 : 5 4 : 9 9 : 10 3 : 10 5 : 8
5 . The following table shows the population of six different cities, ratio of males to females among them, the percentage of literate males and the percentage of literate females. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the difference between total literate males of City A and B together and the total literate females of City C and D together?
 64400 72800 84100 84400 9200
6 . The following table shows the total number of students appeared in an entrance exam from six different schools in different years, and the ratio of passed to failed students among them. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the difference between the total number of passed students from School D in the year 2010 and the total number of failed students from School B in the year 2012?
 56 60 63 68 72
7 . The following table shows the total number of students appeared in an entrance exam from six different schools in different years, and the ratio of passed to failed students among them. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the total number of failed students from School F in all three years together?
 1145 1235 1325 1415 1505
8 . The following table shows the total number of students appeared in an entrance exam from six different schools in different years, and the ratio of passed to failed students among them. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the total number of passed students from all six schools in the year 2011?
 2850 2940 2990 3010 2060
9 . The following table shows the total number of students appeared in an entrance exam from six different schools in different years, and the ratio of passed to failed students among them. Answer the given questions based on this table.

What is the average number of failed students from School C in all three years together?
 311 312 313 314 315