Refer the above for the Questions 1 to 5
1. What is the ratio of the cost of production of item I by the company A to the cost of production item I by the company D?
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Correct Ans:( 2: 1)
Explanation:
Given, Total production cost of 7 companies = Rs. 25 crores
Step 1: To find the cost of production of ITEM I by Company A:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company A (For both Item I and II) = 15 % of 25 crores.
= (15 / 100) * 25 crores
= 3.75 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company A = (Item I / Item II) = 2 / 3
So, Cost of production of ITEM I by Company A = [2/ (2 + 3)] * 3.75 crores
= [2 / 5] * 3.75 crores
= 1.5 crores
= 150 lakhs
Step 2: To find the cost of production of ITEM I by Company D:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company D (For both Item I and II) = 8 % of 25 crores.
= (8 / 100) * 25 crores
= 2 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company D = (Item I / Item II) = 3 / 5
So, Cost of production of ITEM I by Company D = [3 / (3 + 5)] * 2 crores
= [3 / 8] * 2 crores
= 0.75 crores
= 75 lakhs
Step 3:
Required Ratio = Production cost of Item I of {Company A : Company D}
= 150 : 75
= 2 : 1
2. What is the total profit earned by company G for items I and II together?
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Correct Ans:78 lakhs
Explanation:
Given, Total production cost of 7 companies = Rs. 25 crores
Step 1: To find Profit earned by company G for item I:
From Pie chart:
Given, Total Cost of production of Company G (For both Item I and II) = 12 % of 25 crores.
= (12 / 100) * 25 crores
= 3 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company G = (Item I / Item II) = 1 / 2
and also Given in Table that,
Percent profit earned on Item I by Company G = 30%
=> Amount of profit earned on Item I by Company G = 30 % of {1/ (1 + 2)} parts of Company G's total production cost
= (30 / 100) * (1 / 3) * 3 crores
= 0.3 crores
= 30 lakhs
Step 2: To find Profit earned by company G for item II:
Given in Table that, Percent profit earned on Item II by Company G = 24%
=> Amount of profit earned on Item II by Company G = 24 % of {2/ (1 + 2)} parts of Company G's total production cost
= (24 / 100) * (2 / 3) * 3 crores
= 0.48 crores
= 48 lakhs
Step 3:
Therefore, Total Profit earned by company G for items I and II = 30 +48 lakhs
= 78 lakhs
3. Cost of production of item I by company F is what percent of the cost of production of item II by Company D
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Correct Ans:None of these
Explanation:
Given, Total production cost of 7 companies = Rs. 25 crores
Step 1: To find the Cost of production of item I by company F:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company F (For both Item I and II) = 5 % of 25 crores.
= (5 / 100) * 25 crores
= 1.25 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company F = (Item I / Item II) = 1 / 4
So, Cost of production of ITEM I by Company F = [1/ (1 + 4)] * 1.25 crores
= [1 / 5] * 1.25 crores
= 0.25 crores
Step 2: To find the cost of production of item II by Company D:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company D (For both Item I and II) = 8 % of 25 crores.
= (8 / 100) * 25 crores
= 2 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company D = (Item I / Item II) = 3 / 5
So, Cost of production of ITEM II by Company D = [5 / (3 + 5)] * 2 crores
= [5 / 8] * 2 crores
= 1.25 crores
Step 3:
Required Percentage = (Item I production cost by Company F / Item II production cost by Company D) * 100 %
= (0.25 / 1.25) * 100%
= 20 %
4. What is the amount of profit earned by company D on item II ?
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Correct Ans:Rs 31.25 lakhs
Explanation:
Given, Total production cost of 7 companies = Rs. 25 crores
Step 1: To find the cost of production of Company D (For both item I and II):
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company D (For both Item I and II) = 8 % of 25 crores.
= (8 / 100) * 25 crores
= 2 crores
Step 2: To find the cost of production of Company D (For item II):
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company D = (Item I / Item II) = 3 / 5
So, Cost of production of ITEM II by Company D = [5 / (3 + 5)] * 2 crores
= [5 / 8] * 2 crores
= 1.25 crores
Step 3: To find the amount of profit earned by company D on item II:
Given in Table that,
Percent profit earned on Item II by Company D = 25% of (Item II production cost by Company D)
=> Amount of profit earned by company D on item II = 25 % of 1.25 crores
= (25 / 100) * 1.25 crores
= 0.3125 crores
= 31.25 lakhs
5. What is the total cost of the production of item I by companies A and C together in crores?
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Correct Ans:5.9
Explanation:
Given, Total production cost of 7 companies = Rs. 25 crores
Step 1: To find the cost of production of ITEM I by Company A:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company A (For both Item I and II) = 15 % of 25 crores.
= (15 / 100) * 25 crores
= 3.75 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company A = (Item I / Item II) = 2 / 3
So, Cost of production of ITEM I by Company A = [2/ (2 + 3)] * 3.75 crores
= [2 / 5] * 3.75 crores
= 1.5 crores
Step 2: To find the cost of production of ITEM I by Company C:
From Pie chart:
Given, Cost of production of Company C (For both Item I and II) = 22 % of 25 crores.
= (22 / 100) * 25 crores
= 5.5 crores
From Table:
Given, Ratio of Production of Company C = (Item I / Item II) = 4 / 1
So, Cost of production of ITEM I by Company C = [4/ (4 + 1)] * 5.5 crores
= [4 / 5] * 5.5 crores
= 4.4 crores
Step 3:
Total Cost of production of ITEM I by Company A and C together = 1. 5 + 4.4 crores
= 5.9 crores.
Refer the above for the Questions 6 to 10
6. What is the ratio of the number of candidates qualified to the number of candidates appeared from State D?
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Correct Ans:(11 : 50)
Explanation:
Step 1: To find out no. of candidates qualified from state D
Given, Total no. of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from state D = 11% of 26,400
= (11 / 100) * ( 26,400)
= 11 * 264
= 2904
Thus, the No. of candidates qualified from state D = 2904
Step 2: To find out no. of candidates appeared from state D
Given, Total no. of candidates appeared = 1,20,000
No. of candidates appeared from state D = 11% of 1,20,000
= (11/ 100) * ( 1,20,000)
= 11 * 1200
= 13,200
Thus, the No. of candidates appeared from state D = 13,200
Step 3: To find out the required ratio
Required Ratio = (No. of candidates qualified from State D) : (No. of candidates appeared from state D)
= 2904 : 13200
= 11 : 50
7. Total no. of candidates qualified from states B and C together is what % of the total no. of candidates appeared from these two states?
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Correct Ans:25
Explanation:
Step 1: To find Total no. of candidates Qualified from states B and C together.
Given, Total no. of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from states B & C together = (17 % + 9%) of 26,400
= 26% of 26,400
= (26 / 100) * 26,400
= 26 * 264
= 6864
Step 2: To find out no. of candidates appeared from states B and C together.
Given, Total no of candidates appeared =1,20,000
No of candidates appeared from states B and C together = (8 % + 15%) of 1,20,000
= 23% of 1,20,000
= (23 / 100) * 1, 20,000
= 23 * 1200
= 27,600
Step 3: To find Required percentage
Required percentage = (No. of candidates qualified from states B & C together / No. of candidates appeared from states B & C together) * 100 %
= (6864 / 27,600) * 100 %
= (6864 / 276) %
= 24.9
= 25 (approx)
8. The number of candidates qualified from state F is approximately what percentage of the number of students appeared from state C
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Correct Ans:23
Explanation:
Step 1: To find out no. of candidates qualified from state F
Given, Total no. of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from state F = 16% of 26,400
= (16 / 100) * ( 26,400)
= 16 * 264
= 4224
Thus, the No. of candidates qualified from state F = 4224
Step 2: To find out no. of candidates appeared from state C
Given, Total no. of candidates appeared = 1,20,000
No. of candidates appeared from state C = 15% of 1,20,000
= (15 / 100) * ( 1,20,000)
= 15* 1200
= 18,000
Thus, the No. of candidates appeared from state C = 18,000
Step 3: To find out the required percentage
Required percentage = (No. of candidates qualified from State F / No. of candidates appeared from state C) * 100%
= (4224 / 18,000) * 100 %
= 4225 / 180 % (approx)
= 23 % (approx)
9. The number of candidates qualified from state C is what percentage of the number of candidates appeared from that state?
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Correct Ans:13.2
Explanation:
Step 1: To find out no. of candidates qualified from state C
Given, Total no. of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from state C = 9% of 26,400
= (9 / 100) * ( 26,400)
= 9 * 264
= 2376
Thus, the No. of candidates qualified from state C = 2376
Step 2: To find out no. of candidates appeared from state C
Given, Total no. of candidates appeared = 1,20,000
No. of candidates appeared from state C = 15% of 1,20,000
= (15 / 100) * ( 1,20,000)
= 15* 1200
= 18,000
Thus, the No. of candidates appeared from state C = 18,000
Step 3: To find out the required percentage
Required percentage = (No. of candidates qualified from State C / No. of candidates appeared from state C) * 100%
= (2376 / 18,000) * 100 %
= 2376 / 180 %
= 13.2 %
10. What is the ratio of the number of candidates qualified from state A to the number of candidates qualified from State G?
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Correct Ans:(11: 6)
Explanation:
Step 1: To find out the number of candidates qualified from State A
Given, Total number of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from State A = 22 % of 26,400
= (22 / 100) * ( 26,400 )
= 22 * 264
= 5808
Therefore total number of candidates qualified from A = 5808
Step 2: To find out the number of candidates qualified from State G
Given, Total no. of candidates qualified = 26,400
No. of candidates qualified from State G = 12 % of 26,400
= (12 / 100) * ( 26,400 )
= 12 * 264
= 3168
Therefore total number of candidates qualified from G = 3168
Step 3: To find the ratio between number of candidates qualified from state A to state G
Required ratio = 5808 : 3168
= 11 : 6
Refer the above for the Questions 11 to 12
11. What is the difference between the Family A food amount to the rent spent in the Family B ?
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Correct Ans:3000
Explanation:
Step 1: To find out Family A - Food amount
Given, Total expense of Family A = Rs. 50,000
% of Amount spent on food by Family A = 10 %
=> Amount spent by Family A on Food = 10 % of 50,000
= (10/100) * 50,000
= 10 * 500
= Rs. 5,000
Thus, Amount spent by Family A on Food = Rs. 5,000
Step 2: To find out Family B - Rent amount
Given, Total expense of Family B = Rs. 25,000
% of amount spent by Family B on Rent = 32%
=> Amount spent by Family B on Rent = 32 % of 25,000
= (32/100) * 25,000
= 32 * 250
= Rs. 8,000
Thus, Amount spent by Family B on Rent = Rs. 8,000
Step 3: Difference between Family A - food amount and Family B Rent amount = (8000- 5000)
=> Rs. 3,000
12. What is the percentage increase of Family A clothing amount as compared to Family B Electricity amount?
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Correct Ans:133.3
Explanation:
Step 1: To find Family A - Clothing Amount.
Given, percentage of amount spent by Family A on Clothing = 14 %
Total Expense of Family A = Rs. 50,000
=> Amount spent by Family A on Clothing = 14 % of 50,000
= (14/100) * 50,000
= 14 * 500
= Rs. 7,000
Thus, Amount spent by Family A on Clothing = Rs. 7,000
Step 2: To find Family B - Electricity Amount.
Given, percentage of amount spent by Family B on Electricity = 12 %
Total Expense of Family B = Rs. 25,000
=> Amount spent by Family B on Electricity = 12 % of 25,000
= (12/100) * 25,000
= 12 * 250
= Rs. 3,000
Thus, Amount spent by Family B on Electricity = Rs. 3,000
Step 3: To find percentage increase between Family A - Clothing Amount and Family B - Electricity Amount
Required Percentage increase = {(Difference between Family A - Clothing Amount and Family B - Electricity Amount)/ Family B - Electricity Amount} * 100%
= {(7000 - 3000) / 3000} * 100%
= (4000/ 3000) * 100%
= (4/3) * 100%
= 133.33%
Refer the above for the Questions 13 to 20
13. What is the difference between Minimum value of mobiles - Sold in Online and the Minimum value of mobiles - Sold in Retail ?
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Correct Ans:98,000
Explanation:
Minimum value of mobiles - Sold in Online is = 252000
Minimum value of mobiles - Sold in Retail is = 350000
Hence Difference is => 252000 - 350000
= -98000
14. What is the difference between Maximum value of mobiles - Sold in Retail and the Maximum value of mobiles - Sold in Online ?
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Correct Ans:36,000
Explanation:
Maximum value of mobiles - Sold in Retail is = 756000
Maximum value of mobiles - Sold in Online is = 720000
Hence Difference is => 756000 - 720000
= 36000
15. What is the difference between Maximum value of Locally produced Mobiles and the Minimum value of Locally produced Mobiles ?
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Correct Ans:472,500
Explanation:
Maximum value of Locally produced Mobiles is = 735000
Minimum value of Locally produced Mobiles is = 262500
Hence Difference is => 735000 - 262500
= 472500
16. What is the difference between Maximum value of Imported Mobiles and the Minimum value of Imported Mobiles ?
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Correct Ans:360,952
Explanation:
Maximum value of Imported Mobiles is = 637875
Minimum value of Imported Mobiles is = 276923
Hence Difference is => 637875 - 276923
= 360952
17. What is the Percentage of Locally produced Mobiles in the overall volume?
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Correct Ans:52.31%
Explanation:
Apple Locally produced Mobiles = 735000;
Samsung Locally produced Mobiles = 537600;
LG Locally produced Mobiles = 407077;
Lenovo Locally produced Mobiles = 443077;
Motorola Locally produced Mobiles = 496125;
Micromax Locally produced Mobiles = 262500;
When we add up all the above numbers, we get 2881379
Overall volume of mobiles is 5508000
When we divide the sum of above numbers by overall volume of mobiles, we get => 2881379 / 5508000 = 52.31%
18. What is the Percentage of Imported Mobiles in the overall volume?
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Correct Ans:47.69%
Explanation:
Apple Imported Mobiles = 525000;
Samsung Imported Mobiles = 470400;
LG Imported Mobiles = 348923;
Lenovo Imported Mobiles = 276923;
Motorola Imported Mobiles = 637875;
Micromax Imported Mobiles = 367500
When we add up all the above numbers, we get 2626621
Overall volume of mobiles is 5508000
When we divide the sum of above numbers by overall volume of mobiles, we get => 2626621 / 5508000 = 47.69%
19. Which Mobile Phones is less Sold in Online?
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Correct Ans:Lenovo
Explanation:
Apple Mobiles - Sold in Online = 720000;
Samsung Mobiles - Sold in Online = 477474;
LG Mobiles - Sold in Online = 340200;
Lenovo Mobiles - Sold in Online = 252000;
Motorola Mobiles - Sold in Online = 378000;
Micromax Mobiles - Sold in Online = 280000;
Among the above, the Least is from Lenovo
20. Which Mobile Phone is highly Sold in Retail?
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Correct Ans:Motorola
Explanation:
Apple Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 540000;
Samsung Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 530526;
LG Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 415800;
Lenovo Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 468000;
Motorola Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 756000;
Micromax Mobiles - Sold in Retail = 350000;
Among the above, the highest is from Motorola
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