Direction (Q. 1 - 5) : Following bar-graph shows the income of two companies 'A' and 'B' in the period of 1996 to 2000.
What is the difference (in Rs) between the average income of Company A and that of Company B ?
Aavg = 40+50+20+25+80/5 = 43 crore
Bavg = 35+40+40+60+50/5 = 45 crore
Diff = 45 - 43 = 2 crore
The income of Company B in the year 1996 is what percentage of its income in 1997 ?
= 35 x 100/40 = 87.5%
What is the percentage rise in the income of Company A from the year 1999 to 2000 ?
I99 = 25, I2000 = 80
∴ % rise = 80-25/25 x 100 = 220%
The income of Company B in the year 1996 is how much % more than that of Company A in the year 1998 ?
IA = 20 crore, IB = 35 crore
% diff = 35-20/20 x 100 = 75%
If Company B had a loss of 20% in the year 2000, what was its expenditure (in Rs) in that year ?
Let exp = x; income = 50 crore
loss = 20%
∴ x - Xx20/100 = 50
∴ 4x/5 = 50
∴ x = 250/4 = 62.5 crore
Direction (Q. 6 - 10) : Following line-graph shows the percentage profit of two companies A and B in the period of 2000-2005.
If the expenditure of Company B in year 2001 Rs was 66 lakhs then what was its income (in Rs) in the same year ?
Income = 66 x 160/100 = 105.6 lakh
If the income of company A in year 2003 was Rs 119 lakhs then what was its expenditure (in Rs) in that year ?
Income = 119 lakh; profit = 40%
∴ Exp. = 119 x 100/140 = 85 lakh
In which year was the difference of the net profits of these two companies the minimum ?
Data madequate (We need exact value of income or exp. of these companies.)
If the income of Company A in year 2002 and the income of Company ' B ' in year 2003 was equal, which is Rs 84 lakhs then what is the sum (in Rs) of the expenditure of Company A in 2002 and that of Company B in 2003 ?
IncomeA = IncomeB = 84 lakh
∴ ExpA = 84 x 100/150 = 56 lakh
ExpB = 84 x 100/125 = 67.2 lakh
∴ Total = 56 + 67.2 = 123.2 lakh
If the expenditure of Company A in year 2002 is Rs 40 lakhs then what is the income of Company B in the same year (in Rs) ?
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