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Directions: The following table shows the number of the members of different parties and their profile – religion, profession and gender.
Total number of seats in both the houses of the Parliament = 610 (465 from Lok Sabha and 145 from Rajya Sabha)

 
Party No. of members Lok Sabha No. of members Rajya Sabha
A 180 15
B 105 36
C 210 46
D 60 48
Total 465 145
Sex
Males 410 110
Females 55 35

Religion No. of members Lok Sabha No. of members Rajya Sabha
Hindu 310 64
Muslim 41 23
Sikh 67 35
Christian 47 23

Profession No. of members Lok Sabha No. of members Rajya Sabha
Lawyer 290 56
Businessman 42 26
Educators 81 27
Others 52 36

Important for :
1
What is the percentage of Sikhs in the Rajya Sabha?
» Explain it
E
Required % =  35  × 100 = 24.13%
145

Hence, option E is correct.

2
What is the percentage of Businessmen in the Parliament? (Approximately)
» Explain it
A
Required % =  68  × 100 = 11.14 ≈ 11%
610

Hence, option A is correct.

3
If 20 males are replaced by 20 females in the Lok Sabha, what would be the ratio of males to females in the Parliament?
» Explain it
E
Number of males in the Lok Sabha = 410
 
Now, after replacing 20 males by 20 females in the Lok Sabha
 
Required number of males = 410 – 20 = 390
 
And that of females = 55 + 20 = 75
 
∴ Required ratio in the parliament
=   (390 + 110) : (75 + 35) = 500 : 110
=   50 : 11.

Hence, option E is correct.
 
4
Out of total members of party D in the parliament, what is the percentage of the members of the Rajya Sabha?
» Explain it
B

Required %

=    48  × 100
(48 + 60)

=    48  × 100
108

=   44.44%


Hence, option B is correct.

5
What is the difference between the number of members of Party A and that of Party B?
» Explain it
E
Total number of members of Party A = 180 + 15 = 195

Total number of members of Party B = 105 + 36 = 141

Required difference = 195 – 141 = 54 members.

Hence, option E is correct.


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