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### Unit: Pie Chart 6 - Questions and Answers

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## Directions to Solve

Answer these questions on the basis of the following pie-charts describing the characteristics of foreign tourists visiting India during a given year :

1. If in a given year, 100,000 tourists visited India and the age-wise distribution data applies to all countries, the number of American tourists who visited India during the year and are in the age group of 20-40 years is :

Explanation:
Number of Americans who visited India = 60% of 1,00,000 = 60,000 Number of Americans in the age group(20-40) years who visited India = 20% of 60,000 = 12,000

2. If in a given year, 100,000 tourists visited India and the age-wise distribution data applies to all countries, how many tourists were below 20 years, but neither Americans, nor Russian nor British?

Explanation:
Number of 'other' tourists = 15% of 1,00,000 = 15,000 Number of 'other' tourists below 20 years of age = 60% of 15,000 = 9000

3. What is the ratio of British tourists below 20 years to the Russian tourists above 40 years?

Explanation:
Required ratio = (60% of 2000)/(20% of 5000) = 12000/1000 = 12:1

4. If in a given year, 100,000 tourists visited India and the age-wise distribution data applies to all countries, what would be the number of Russian tourists who are below 20 years of age?