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Day-23: Data Interpretation (30 Days Plan)

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Question 1

Direction: Consider the following table that shows the percentage-wise distribution of items by seven companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G in a month and the ratio between the number of items produced of item I and II for the same companies.
A total of 25 lakhs items (both items together) were produced by seven companies. Study the data and answer the questions that follows:

What is the total number of Item II produced by company B and C together?

Question 2

Direction: Consider the following table that shows the percentage-wise distribution of items by seven companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G in a month and the ratio between the number of items produced of item I and II for the same companies.
A total of 25 lakhs items (both items together) were produced by seven companies. Study the data and answer the questions that follows:

The number of Item I produced by company A is approximately what percent of the number of Item I produced by company G?

Question 3

Direction: Consider the following table that shows the percentage-wise distribution of items by seven companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G in a month and the ratio between the number of items produced of item I and II for the same companies.
A total of 25 lakhs items (both items together) were produced by seven companies. Study the data and answer the questions that follows:

If company D sold Item I of worth Rs. 1.2 crores and its cost of production is Rs. 80 per Item I. What is the % profit earned in an Item of type I?

Question 4

Direction: Consider the following table that shows the percentage-wise distribution of items by seven companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G in a month and the ratio between the number of items produced of item I and II for the same companies.
A total of 25 lakhs items (both items together) were produced by seven companies. Study the data and answer the questions that follows:

What is the ratio between the number of items of type I produced by A and F together and the number of items of type II produced by B and G together?

Question 5

Direction: Consider the following table that shows the percentage-wise distribution of items by seven companies A, B, C, D, E, F and G in a month and the ratio between the number of items produced of item I and II for the same companies.
A total of 25 lakhs items (both items together) were produced by seven companies. Study the data and answer the questions that follows:

If 36% of Item II produced by company E got damaged during transportation to the market, then how much of Item II produced by E were successfully transported to the market?
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