### Examination Questions in Data Interpretation - 8

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The following bar diagram shows the percentage of three communities - Community A, Community B and Community C in a state during the years from 2004 to 2007. Examine the bar diagram and answer the questions.

1. The ratio between the populations of Community A and Community B in 2004 was

- 2 : 3
- 3 : 4
- 3 : 5
- 1 : 2

2. If the total population of the state in 2004 was 5 lakhs, then the combined population of Community A and Community C in that year was

- 250000
- 225000
- 200000
- 275000

3. If the total population of the state in 2005 was 5 million, then the population of Community A was [ 1 million = 10,00,000]

- 1500000
- 1750000
- 2000000
- 1250000

4. If the total population in 2004 was 4,00,000 and in 2006 it was 6,00,000, by how much has the population of Community B increased in 2 years?

- increased by 25%
- increased by 50%
- increased by 100%
- remained the same

5. If the total population has doubled in 2007 when compared to 2004, what has been the effect on the population of Community A?

- remained the same
- increased by 50%
- decreased by 50%
- decreased by 15%