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#### Question 1:

Draw a blank table to show the number of students appearing in the CAT examination according to sex and stream (Science, commerce and Arts)

Distribution of Students
(according to sex and stream)
 Number of Students Stream Male Female Total Arts Commerce Science Total

#### Question 2:

Prepare a blank table for tabulating population of Delhi according to sex, marital status, and age (below 30 years and above 30 years.

Distribution of Population of Delhi
(according to sex,marital status and age)
 Status Above 30 Below 30 Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Married Unmarried Divorce Total

#### Question 3:

In 2015, out of a total of 360 students in a college, 240 were for B.Com (H) and the rest for Eco(H). Tabulate the given information.

The information given in the question can be summarised as follows.

Year 2015
Total number of students in a college = 360
Total number of B.Com(H) students = 240
Total number of Eco(H) students = 360$-$240= 120

Year 2016
Total number of students in a college = 450
Total number of Eco(H) students = 320
Total number of B.Com(H) students = 450$-$320= 130

Distribution of Students in a College

 Class Year Total 2015 2016 B.Com(H) Eco(H)) 240 120 130 320 370 440 Total 360 450 810

#### Question 4:

Out of total number of 750 people, who applied for job in Reliance Industries, 150 are females. Out of total applicants, 420 are graduates and other are post graduate. The number of male applicants who are post graduate are 250. Tabulate the given information.

The information given in the question can be summarised as follows.

Total number of people who applied for job in Reliance Industries = 750
Total number of females who applied for job = 150
Total number of males who applied for job= 750$-$150= 600
Total number of graduates who applied for job= 420
Total number of post graduates who applied for job= 750$-$420= 330
Total number of male applicants who are post graduate = 250
Total number of male applicants who are graduate = 600$-$250= 350
Total number of female applicants who are graduate = 420$-$350= 70
Total number of female applicants who are post graduate = 330$-$250= 80

Distribution of Applicants in Reliance industries
(according to qualification and sex)

 Qualification Sex Total Male Female Graduate Post-graduate 350 250 70 80 420 330 Total 600 150 750

#### Question 5:

In a sample study about coffee habit in two towns, the following information was received:

(i) Town A: Females were 40%; Total coffee drinkers were 45% and Males non-coffee drinkers were 20%.
(ii) Town B: Males were 55%; Males non-coffee drinkers were 30% and Females coffee drinkers were 15%. Present the data in a tabular form.

Percentage of Coffee Drinkers and Non-Coffee Drinkers in City A and City B

 Attribute City A City B Male (%) Female (%) Total (%) Male (%) Female (%) Total (%) Coffee drinkers 40 5 45 25 15 40 Non-coffee drinkers 20 35 55 30 30 60 Total 60 40 100 55 45 100

#### Question 6:

Out of total number of 620 parents, who applied for admission of their child in a school, 130 belong to EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category. In the general category, 40 parents are of service class, 190 are self-employed and remaining are of business class. In the EWS category, 94 parents belong to service class. If total business class applicants are 300, then tabulate the given information.

Distribution of Applicants (for admission)
(according to category and job profile)

 Category Job Profile Total Self employed Service Business General EWS 180 6 40 94 270 30 490 130 Total 186 134 300 620

#### Question 7:

Present the following information in a suitable tubular form, supplying the figures not directly given.

(i) In 2015, out of 3,200 union workers, 2,700 were men. The number of non-union workers was 700, of which, 350 were women.
(ii) In 2016, out of a total 5,000 workers, 3,400 were members of union. The number of women workers employed was 650, out of which 500 did not belong to any trade form.

Distribution of Workers in a Factory
(according to member of trade union and sex)

 Category 2015 2016 Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Union Non-Union 2700 350 500 350 3200 700 3250 1100 150 500 3400 1600 5950 1450 650 850 6600 2300 Total 3050 850 3900 4350 650 5000 7400 1500 8900

#### Question 8:

8. Present the following information in a suitable tabular form:

(i) In 2015, the number of workers in Trade Union was 3,450 of which 3,200 were men. The number of non-union workers was 760 of which 330 were women.
(ii) In 2016, out of a total 4,000 workers in a factory, 3,300 were members of a trade union. The number of women workers employed was 500, out of which 400 did not belong to any trade union.

Distribution of Workers in a Factory
(according to member of trade union and sex)

 Category 2015 2016 Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Union Non-Union 3200 430 250 330 3450 760 3200 300 100 400 3300 700 6400 730 350 730 6750 1460 Total 3630 580 4210 3500 500 4000 7130 1080 8210

#### Question 9:

In 2015, out of total 1,250 workers in a factory, 775 were members of a trade union. The number of women workers employed was 125, out of which 70 did not belong to any trade union. In 2016, the number of union workers was 1,390 of which 825 were men. The number of non-union workers was 270, among which 110 were women. Present the given information in a suitable tabular form.

Distribution of Workers in a Factory
(according to member of trade union and sex)
 Category 2015 2016 Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Union Non-Union 720 405 55 70 775 475 825 160 565 110 1390 270 1545 565 620 180 2165 745 Total 1125 125 1250 985 675 1660 2110 800 2910

#### Question 10:

Tabulate the given information:

(i) In 2015, out of a total of 1,500 applicants in a college, 900 were from Commerce background. The number of girls was 600, out of which 230 were from Science stream.
(ii) In 2016, the total number of applicants was 2,500 of which 1,800 were boys. The number of students from Science stream was 1,600 of which 450 were girls.

Distribution of Applicants in College
(according to stream and sex)

 Stream 2015 2016 Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Boys Girls Total Science Commerce 370 530 230 370 600 900 1150 650 450 250 1600 900 1520 1180 680 620 2200 1800 Total 900 600 1500 1800 700 2500 2700 1300 4000

#### Question 11:

Out of a total number of 1,650 persons interviewed for appointment in a factory, 450 were from textile areas and the rest were from non textile areas. Among the married men who belonged to textile areas, 210 were experienced and 65 inexperienced, while for non-textile areas, the corresponding figures are 46 and 505 respectively. The total number of inexperienced persons was 900 of whom 91 resided in textile areas. Present the given data in a suitable table.