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#### Question 1:

Draw up a table to show the number of wholly unemployed , temporarily unemployed and total unemployed, each class being divided into males and females , for the following industries:
Fishing, coal mining, iron-ore mining , cloth and wool industries.

 Category Unemployed→ Industry↓ Wholly Unemployed Temporarily Unemployed Totally Unemployed Male Female Male Female Male Female Fishing Coal Mining Iron-ore Mining Cloth Wool Total

#### Question 2:

Prepare a blank table to show the distribution of population according to sex and four religions in three age groups in Delhi and Mumbai.

 City Boys Girls Total H M S C T H T S C T Delhi Age Group 1 Age Group 2 Age Group 3 Mumbai Age Group 1 Age Group 2 Age Group 3 Total

where,
H represents 'Hindus'
M represents 'Muslims'
S represents 'Sikh'
C represents 'Christians'
T represents 'Total'

#### Question 3:

Prepare a blank table to show the export of three companioes X, Y , Z to five countries Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Muscat in each of years 2014, 2015 and 2016.

 Country→ Year↓ X Y Z Iran Iraq Saudi Arab Dubai Muscat Total Iran Iraq Saudi Arab Dubai Muscat Total Iran Iraq Saudi Arab Dubai Muscat Total 2014 2015 2016 Total

#### Question 4:

In a sample study about the smoking habits of people in two towns following data were derived:

 Town A Town B Males in total population 52% 54% Smokers 26% 28% Male smokers 18% 20%
Tabulate the above data.

 Town A Town B Male Female Total Male Female Total Smokers 18 8 26 20 8 28 Non-Smokers 34 40 74 34 38 72 Total 52 48 100 54 46 100

#### Question 5:

Present the following information in a suitable table :
In 2005 out of a total of 1750 workers of a factory 1200 workers were members of a trade union . The number of women employed was 200 of which 175 did not belong to trade  union.
In 2010, the number of union workers increased to 1580 of which 1290 were men. On the other hand , the number of non-union workers  fell down to 208 of which 180 were men.
In 2015, there were on the pay rolls of factory, 1850 workers of whom 1800 belong to  a trade union . Of all the employees in 2015, 300 were women of whom only 8 did not belong to a trade union.

 Year↓ Trade Union Non-Trade Union Total Male Female Total Male Female Total 2005 1025 175 1200 525 25 550 1750 2010 1290 290 1580 180 28 208 1788 2015 1508 292 1800 42 8 50 1850 Total 3823 757 4580 747 61 808 5388

#### Question 6:

Draw a blank table to present the following information regarding the college students according to:

 (a) Faculty : Social Sciences, Commercial Sciences. (b) Class : Under-graduate and Post-graduate classes. (c) Sex : Male and Female. (d) Years : 2016-2017.

 Faculty 2016 2017 Under Graduate Post Graduate M F T M F T Total Social Science Commercial Science Total

#### Question 7:

Tabulate the following:
A super market divided into five main sections$—$grocery, vegetables, medicines, textiles, and novelties$—$recorded the following sales in 2014, 2015, and 2016:

In 2014, sales in grocery, vegetables, medicines and novelties were ₹ 6,25,000, ₹ 2,20,000 , ₹ 1,88,000 and ₹ 94,000 respectively. Textiles accounted for 30% of the total sales during the year.

In 2015, the total sales showed 10% increase over the previous year while grocery and vegetables registered 8% and 10% increase over their corresponding figures in 2014, medicines dropped by ₹ 13,000 textiles  stood at ₹ 5,36,000.

In 2016, though the total sales remained the same as in 2015 grocery fell by ₹ 22,000, vegetables by ₹ 32,000, medicines by ₹ 10,000, and novelties by ₹ 12,000.

 Year→ Section ↓ 2014 2015 2016 Total Grocery 625000 675000 653000 1953000 Vegetables 220000 242000 210000 672000 Medicines 188000 175000 165000 528000 Textiles 483000 536000 612000 1631000 Novelties 94000 143000 131000 106000 Total 1610000 1771000 1771000 5152000

Working notes:

2014-
We know,
Total sales = Grocery + Vegetables + Medicines + Textiles + Novelties
Assume the total sales to be x and textiles to be 30% of x.
Now, we solve for x,
$x=625000+220000+188000+94000+\frac{30}{100}×x\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}x=1127000+\frac{30x}{100}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}x=\frac{12700000+30x}{100}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}100x=112700000+30x\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}70x=112700000\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}x=1610000$
Thus, the total sales is 1610000 and textiles will be 30% of x, i.e. 483000.

2015-
Total sales = 10% of xx
or, Total sales = 161000 + 1610000 = 1771000
Grocery = 8% of 625000 + 625000 = 50000 + 625000 = 675000
Vegetables = 10% of 220000 + 220000 = 22000 + 220000 = 242000
Medicines dropped by 12000, so medicines = 175000
$\mathrm{Novelties}=1771000-675000-242000-175000-536000\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}=143000$

2016-
Total sales = 1771000
Grocery fell by 22000, so grocery = 653000
Vegetables fell by 32000, so vegetables = 210000
Medicines fell by 10000, so medicines = 165000
Novelties fell by 12000, so novelties = 131000
$\mathrm{Textiles}=1771000-653000-210000-165000-131000=612000$

#### Question 8:

In a sample study about the coffee habits in two towns following data were observed:
Tabulate the observations.

 Town A : 60% people were males 40% were coffee drinkers, and 26% were male coffee drinkers Town B : 55% people were males, 30% were coffee drinkers and 20% were males coffee drinkers

 Habit ↓ Town A Town B M F T M F T Total Coffee Drinker 26 14 40 20 10 30 70 Non-Coffee 34 26 60 35 35 70 130 Total 60 40 100 55 45 100 200

where,
M represents 'Male'
F represents 'Female'
T represents 'Total'

#### Question 9:

Out of a total number of 5,000 people who applied for admission of their child in a school , 3,950 belong to general category and remaining belong to the EWS category . In EWS category 275 parents belong to service class and remaining were self-employed . The number of self employed applicants belonging to general category are 725. Tabulate the given information.

 Category→ Class ↓ General EWS Total Self Employed 725 775 1500 Service 3225 275 3500 Total 3950 1050 5000

#### Question 10:

Tabulate the given information.
In 2016, out of a total of 1250 applicants in a college , 775 were from commerce background. The number of girls was 125, out of which 70 were from science stream.

In 2017, the total number of applicants for commerce stream was 1390 of which 825 were boys. The number of students from science stream was 270, among which  110 were girls.

 Year↓ Commerce Science Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total 2016 720 55 775 405 70 475 1250 2017 825 565 1390 160 110 270 1660

#### Question 11:

Out of a total number of 1750 people, who applied for a job, 1150 were females . Out of total applicants, 1420 were graduates and others were post graduates . The number of male applicants who were post graduates were 250. Tabulate the given information .

 Education→ Gender ↓ Graduation Post- Graduation Total Males 350 250 600 Females 1070 80 1150 Total 1420 330 1750

#### Question 12:

In 2011, out of 3000 union workers, 2500 were females. The number of non-union  workers was 700, of which, 250 were men. In 2013, out of total 6,000 workers 4,4000 were members of union . The number of male workers was 1,650, out of which 500 did not belong to any union. Tabulate the given information.