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681. Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2000 is ?

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Correct Ans:2,10,000

Explanation:

In 2000 : Total number of cars produced = 3,50,000.

P = (30 - 0)% of 3,50,000 = 30% of 3,50,000 = 1,05,000.

Q = (45 - 30)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

R = (65 - 45)% of 3,50,000 = 20% of 3,50,000 = 70,000.

S = (75 - 65)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.

T = (90 - 75)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

U = (100 - 90)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.

In 2001 : Total number of cars produced = 4,40,000.

P = (40 - 0)% of 4,40,000 = 40% of 4,40,000 = 1,76,000.

Q = (60 - 40)% of 4,40,000 = 20% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.

R = (75 - 60)% of 4,40,000 = 15% of 4,40,000 = 66,000.

S = (85 - 75)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.

T = (95 - 85)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.

U = (100 - 95)% of 4,40,000 = 5% of 4,40,000 = 22,000.

Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2000

= (105000 + 52500 + 52500) =

P = (30 - 0)% of 3,50,000 = 30% of 3,50,000 = 1,05,000.

Q = (45 - 30)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

R = (65 - 45)% of 3,50,000 = 20% of 3,50,000 = 70,000.

S = (75 - 65)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.

T = (90 - 75)% of 3,50,000 = 15% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

U = (100 - 90)% of 3,50,000 = 10% of 3,50,000 = 35,000.

In 2001 : Total number of cars produced = 4,40,000.

P = (40 - 0)% of 4,40,000 = 40% of 4,40,000 = 1,76,000.

Q = (60 - 40)% of 4,40,000 = 20% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.

R = (75 - 60)% of 4,40,000 = 15% of 4,40,000 = 66,000.

S = (85 - 75)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.

T = (95 - 85)% of 4,40,000 = 10% of 4,40,000 = 44,000.

U = (100 - 95)% of 4,40,000 = 5% of 4,40,000 = 22,000.

Total number of cars of models P, Q and T manufactured in 2000

= (105000 + 52500 + 52500) =

**2,10,000**
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682. What was the difference in the number of Q type cars produced in 2000 and that produced in 2001 ?

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Correct Ans:35,500

Explanation:

Total number of Q type cars produced in 2001

=(60 - 40)% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.

Total number of Q type cars produced in 2000

=(45 - 30)% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

Therefore Required difference = (88000 - 52500) =

=(60 - 40)% of 4,40,000 = 88,000.

Total number of Q type cars produced in 2000

=(45 - 30)% of 3,50,000 = 52,500.

Therefore Required difference = (88000 - 52500) =

**35,500**
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683. For which of the following years the percentage of rise/fall in production from the previous year is the maximum for the flavour Y ?

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Correct Ans:1997

Explanation:

The percentage rise/fall in production from the previous year for flavour Y during various years are:

In 1996 = [ (60 - 55)/55 x 100 ] % = 9.09% (increase)

In 1997 = [ (60 - 50)/60 x 100 ] % = 16.67% (decrease)

In 1998 = [ (55 - 50)/55 x 100 ] % = 10% (increase)

In 1999 = [ (55 - 50/55) x 100 ] % = 9.09% (decrease)

In 2000 = [ (55 - 50)/50 x 100 ] % = 10% (increase)

Therefore Maximum change is decrease of

In 1996 = [ (60 - 55)/55 x 100 ] % = 9.09% (increase)

In 1997 = [ (60 - 50)/60 x 100 ] % = 16.67% (decrease)

In 1998 = [ (55 - 50)/55 x 100 ] % = 10% (increase)

In 1999 = [ (55 - 50/55) x 100 ] % = 9.09% (decrease)

In 2000 = [ (55 - 50)/50 x 100 ] % = 10% (increase)

Therefore Maximum change is decrease of

**16.67% during 1997.**
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684. What was the approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998 ?

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Correct Ans:33%

Explanation:

Percentage decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998

= (60 - 40) / 60 x 100 %

= ( 20/60) x 100 %

= 33.33%

= (60 - 40) / 60 x 100 %

= ( 20/60) x 100 %

= 33.33%

**= 33%.(approx)**
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685. What is the difference between the average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and the average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000 ?

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Correct Ans:5,00,000 bottles

Explanation:

Average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997

= (50 + 40 + 55) / 3

= 145 / 3 lakh bottles.

Average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000

= (55 + 50 + 55) / 3

= 160/3 lakh bottles.

Difference = (160 - 145) / 3 = 15 / 3

= (50 + 40 + 55) / 3

= 145 / 3 lakh bottles.

Average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000

= (55 + 50 + 55) / 3

= 160/3 lakh bottles.

Difference = (160 - 145) / 3 = 15 / 3

**= 5 lakh bottles**
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686. For which flavour was the average annual production maximum in the given period ?

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Correct Ans:Y only

Explanation:

Average annual productions over the given period for various flavours are:

For Flavour X = (50 + 40 + 55 + 45 + 60 + 50)/6 = 50 lakh bottles.

For Flavour Y = (55 + 60 + 50 + 55 + 50 + 55)/6 = 54.17 lakh bottles.

For Flavour Z = (45 + 50 + 60 + 60 + 45 + 40)/6 = 50 lakh bottles.

Therefore Maximum average production is for

For Flavour X = (50 + 40 + 55 + 45 + 60 + 50)/6 = 50 lakh bottles.

For Flavour Y = (55 + 60 + 50 + 55 + 50 + 55)/6 = 54.17 lakh bottles.

For Flavour Z = (45 + 50 + 60 + 60 + 45 + 40)/6 = 50 lakh bottles.

Therefore Maximum average production is for

**Flavour Y.**
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687. The total production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998 is what percentage of the total production of flavour X in 1995 and 1996 ?

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Correct Ans:133.33%

Explanation:

Required Percentage = ( 60 + 60 ) / ( 50 + 40 ) x 100

= ( 120 / 90 ) x 100

= ( 120 / 90 ) x 100

**= 133.3%**
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688. Total sales of branches B1, B3 and B5 together for both the years ( in thousand numbers ) is?

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Correct Ans:560

Explanation:

Total sales of branches B1, B3 and B5 for both the years (in thousand numbers)

= ( 80 + 105 ) + ( 95 + 110 ) + ( 75 + 95 )

= ( 80 + 105 ) + ( 95 + 110 ) + ( 75 + 95 )

**= 560.**
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689. What is the average sales of all the branches (in thousand numbers) for the year 2000 ?

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Correct Ans:80

Explanation:

Average sales of all the six branches (in thousand numbers) for the year 2000

= ( 1 / 6 ) ( 80+75+95+85+75+70 )

= 480 / 6

= ( 1 / 6 ) ( 80+75+95+85+75+70 )

= 480 / 6

**= 80**
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690. What percent of the average sales of branches B1, B2 and B3 in 2001 is the average sales of branches B1, B3 and B6 in 2000 ?

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Correct Ans:87.50%

Explanation:

Average sales (in thousand number) of branches B1, B3 and B6 in 2000

= (1/3) x (80 + 95 + 70) = 245 / 3

Average sales (in thousand number) of branches B1, B2 and B3 in 2001

= (1/3) x (105 + 65 + 110) = 280 / 3

Therefore Required percentage = [ ( 245 / 3 ) /( 280 / 3 ) x 100 ] %

= ( 245 / 280 x 100 ) %

= (1/3) x (80 + 95 + 70) = 245 / 3

Average sales (in thousand number) of branches B1, B2 and B3 in 2001

= (1/3) x (105 + 65 + 110) = 280 / 3

Therefore Required percentage = [ ( 245 / 3 ) /( 280 / 3 ) x 100 ] %

= ( 245 / 280 x 100 ) %

**= 87.5%**
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691. Total sales of branch B6 for both the years is what percent of the total sales of branches B3 for both the years?

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Correct Ans:73.17%

Explanation:

Required Percentage = ( 70 + 80 ) / ( 95 + 110 ) x 100

= ( 150 / 205 ) x 100

= ( 150 / 205 ) x 100

**= 73.17%**
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692. What is the ratio of the total sales of branch B2 for both years to the total sales of branch B4 for both years ?

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Correct Ans:7:9

Explanation:

Required Ratio = ( 75 + 65 ) / ( 85 + 95 )

**= 7 / 9**
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693. For which of the following years the percentage of rise/fall in production from the previous year is the maximum for the flavour Y?

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Correct Ans:1997

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

The percentage rise/fall in production from the previous year for flavour Y during various years are:

- In 1996 = [ ( 60 - 55 ) / 55 x 100 ] % = 9.09 % (increase)
- In 1997 = [ ( 60 - 50 ) / 60 x 100 ] % =
**16.67 % (decrease)** - In 1998 = [ ( 55 - 50 ) / 50 x 100 ] % = 10 % (increase)
- In 1999 = [ ( 55 - 50 ) / 55 x 100 ] % = 9.09 % (decrease)
- In 2000 = [ ( 55 - 50 ) / 50 x 100 ] % = 10 % (increase)

**16.67 % during 1997**

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694. What was the approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998?

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Correct Ans:33%

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

Production of flavour Z in 2000 = 40 lakh bottles

Production of flavour Z in 1998 = 60 lakh bottles

**Required Percentage decline = [ (Difference between production of flavour Z in 2000 and 1998) / (Production of flavour Z in 1998) ] * 100 %**

= [ ( 60 - 40 ) / 60 ] * 100 %

= ( 20 / 60 ) * 100 %

= 33.33 %

**~= 33 % (approx)**

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695. What is the difference between the average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and the average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000?

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Correct Ans:5,00,000 bottles

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

Average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997

=> ( 50 + 40 + 55 ) / 3 =

**145 / 3 lakh bottles**

Average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000

=> ( 55 + 50 + 55 ) / 3 =

**160 / 3 lakh bottles**

Difference = ( 160 - 145 ) / 3 = 15 / 3 =

**5 lakh bottles**

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696. For which flavour was the average annual production maximum in the given period?

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Correct Ans:Y only

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

Average annual productions over the given period for various flavours are:

- For Flavour X = (50 + 40 + 55 + 45 + 60 + 50) / 6 =
**50 lakh bottles** - For Flavour Y = (55 + 60 + 50 + 55 + 50 + 55) / 6 =
**54.17 lakh bottles** - For Flavour Z = (45 + 50 + 60 + 60 + 45 + 40) / 6 =
**50 lakh bottles**

**Flavour Y**

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697. The total production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998 is what percentage of the total production of flavour X in 1995 and 1996?

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Correct Ans:133.33%

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

Total Production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998 = 60 lakh bottles + 60 lakh bottles

Total Production of flavour X in 1995 and 1996 = 50 lakh bottles + 40 lakh bottles

**Requied Percentage = [ (Total production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998) / (Total production of flavour X in 1995 and 1996) ] * 100 %**

= ( 60 + 60 ) / ( 50 + 40 ) * 100 %

= ( 120 / 90 ) * 100

=

**133.3%**

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698. For which model the percentage rise/fall in production from 2000 to 2001 was minimum?

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Correct Ans:R

Explanation:

**Solution is :**The percentage change (rise/fall) in production from 2000 to 2001 for various models is:

For

**P**

= [ ( 40 % of 4,40,000 ) - ( 32 % of 3,50,000 ) / ( 30 % of 3,50,000 ) ] *100 %

= [ ( (40 / 100) * 4,44,000 ) - ( (30 / 100) * 3,50,000 ) / ( (30 / 100) * 3,50,000 ) ] *100%

= [ ( (176000 - 105000) / 105000 ) ] * 100 %

= ( 71000 / 105000 ) * 100 %

= 67.62%

**rise**

For

**Q**= [ ( 88000 - 52500 ) / 52500 ] x 100 % = 67.62%,

**rise**

For

**R**= [ ( 70000 - 66000 ) / 70000 ] x 100 % = 5.71%,

**fall**

For

**S**= [ ( 44000 - 35000 ) / 35000 ] x 100 ] % = 25.71%,

**rise**

For

**T**= [ ( 52500 - 44000 ) / 52500 x 100 ] % = 16.19%,

**fall**

For

**U**= [ ( 35000 - 22000 ) / 35000 x 100 ] % = 37.14%,

**fall**

Therefore

**Minimum percentage**rise / fall in production is the case of

**model R.**

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699. If 85% of the S type cars produced in each year were sold by the company, how many S type cars remain unsold?

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Correct Ans:11,850

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

If 85 % of

**S**type cars were sold by company , the percentage of cars remain unsold

= ( 100 - 85 ) %

= 15 %

Number of

**S**type cars which are produced

**in 2000**

= 10 % of 35,000

= 35000

Number of

**S**type cars which are produced

**in 2001**

= 10 % of 44,000

= 44000

Therefore Total number of S type cars = 15 % of ( 35,000 + 44,000 )

= 15% of 79,000

= ( 15 / 100 ) x 79,000

=

**11,850.**

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700. If the percentage production of P type cars in 2001 was the same as that in 2000, then the number of P type cars produced in 2001 would have been?

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Correct Ans:1,32,000

Explanation:

**Solution is :**

If the percentage production of P type cars in 2001 = Percentage production of P type cars in 2000= 30%. then,

number of P type cars produced in 2001 = 30 % of 4,40,000

= ( 30 / 100 ) x 4,40,000

= 30 x 4400

=

**1,32,000**.

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