# Graphs

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• Q1.Direction :- The following graph shows the population living below and above poverty line in four cities in the year 2014. Based on the data, answer the questions below:

Which city has the lowest population below poverty line?

• Q2.Direction :- The following graph shows the population living below and above poverty line in four cities in the year 2014. Based on the data, answer the questions below:

How many people are living below poverty line in Pune?

• Q3.Direction :- The following graph shows the population living below and above poverty line in four cities in the year 2014. Based on the data, answer the questions below:

Which city has the third least population below poverty line?

• Q4.Direction :- The following graph shows the population living below and above poverty line in four cities in the year 2014. Based on the data, answer the questions below:

The population of Bangalore below poverty line in the year 2014 was:

• Q5.Direction - Study the information given and answer the following questions:

In which of the following five year period, number of institutes has shown maximum increase?

• Q6.Direction - Study the information given and answer the following questions:

The total enrolment of students in 2014 is how many times to that in 2011?

• Q7.Direction - Study the information given and answer the following questions:

If in 2011, 20050 institutes had 584 enrolments on an average, the remaining institutes had an average enrolment of:

• Q8.Direction - Study the information given and answer the following questions:

Between 2010 and 2015, in which year has the average enrolment of students per institute shown an increment compared to previous year, but decreased in the next year?