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In the following graph profits and turnover of a firm is given of various years is given. All the figures are in thousands rupees. Study the graph and answer the questions.

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Created with Highcharts 4.0. 4YearProfits and Turnover FiguresProfits and Turnover of a FirmProfitsTurnover2001200220032004200502004006002001Turnover: 300

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Question

Calculate the percentage increase in the profit from year 2001 to 2003?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

60%

b.

150%

c.

175%

d.

100%

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In the given table, number of employees and their different wage rates are given. Based on that answer the question using inclusive method:

different wage rates of various employees

shows no. of employees falling under different wage rates

Wage rates per month (Rupees)

Number of employees

3000 - 4999

23

5000 - 6999

35

7000 - 8999

46

9000 - 10999

39

11000 - 12999

16

13000 - 14999

14

15000 - 16999

7

Total no. of employees

180

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Question

Find out number of employees getting wages in the Range of Rs. 5000 - 7000?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

79

b.

cannot be determined

c.

81

d.

35

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Calculate the number of employees getting salary more than 9000 Rupees?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

76

b.

74

c.

37

d.

69

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Find out number of employees having wage rates of Rs. 7000 or more but less than Rs. 13000?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

101

b.

100

c.

115

d.

105

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How many percentages of employees getting wages less than Rs. 11000?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

79.45%

b.

76.54%

c.

80%

d.

78.50%

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Question

Calculate the percentage of employee getting wages more than Rs. 6999?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

67.78%

b.

68%

c.

33.22%

d.

70%

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The following pie graph shows the sales of various goods of firm ‘A’. Total turnover of firm ‘A’ is of Rs. 300 crores in the year 2012. Study the graph and answer the given Question.

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Created with Highcharts 4.0. 4Sales of various goods of firm “A”T. V. RefrigeratorA. C. CameraWashing MachineRefrigeratorSales in degrees: 70

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Question

If the firm have to pay tax of 12.5 % on their turnover than calculate the amount of tax paid for Washing Machine and Camera?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

12.12 crores

b.

7.45 crores

c.

10.42 crores

d.

14.50 crores

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Question

From which good sales turnover is highest?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

A. C.

b.

T. V.

c.

Refrigerator

d.

Washing Machine

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Question

Calculate the total turnover of firm from the sales of washing machine and camera combine.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

79.17 crores

b.

70.83 crores

c.

91.63 crores

d.

83.34 crores

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