Directions for the question 1 to 5: Answer the questions based on the following information, which gives data about certain coffee producers in India.
Question 1: What is the maximum production capacity (in ‘000 tonnes) of Lipton for coffee?
Question 2: Which company out of the four companies mentioned above has the maximum unutilized capacity (in ‘000 tonnes)?
c. Brooke Bond
Question 3: What is the approximate total production capacity (in ‘000 tonnes) for coffee in India?
d. Data insufficient
Question 4: The highest price for coffee per kilogram is for
d. Data insufficient
Question 5: What percent of the total market share (by sales value) is controlled by ‘others’?
d. insufficient data
Direction for questions 1 to 5: Answer the questions based on the following information.
Question 1: The average revenue collected in the given 7 years is approximately
a. Rs. 164 lakh
b. Rs. 168 lakh
c. Rs. 171 lakh
d. Rs. 175 lakh
Question 2: The expenditure for the 7 years together form what per cent of the revenues during the same period?
Question 3: Which year showed the greatest percentage increase in profit as compared to the previous year?
Question 4: In which year was the growth in expenditure maximum as compared to the previous year?
Question 5: If the profit in 1996 shows the annual rate of growth as it had shown in 1995 over the previous year, then what approximately will be the profit in 1996?
a. Rs. 72 lakh
b. Rs. 82 lakh
c. Rs. 93 lakh
d. Rs. 78 lakh
Answer the questions based on the following information.
A company produces five types of shirts — A, B, C, D and E — using cloth of three qualities — high, medium and low -, using dyes of three qualities — high, medium and low. One shirt requires 1.5 m of cloth. The following table gives respectively:
1. The number of shirts (of each category) produced, in thousands
2. The percentage distribution of cloth quality in each type of shirt, and
3. The percentage distribution of dye quality in each type of shirt
Question 1: What is the total requirement of cloth?
a. 1,50,000 m
b. 2,00,000 m
c. 2,25,000 m
d. 2,50,000 m
Question 2: How many metres of low-quality cloth is consumed?
a. 22,500 m
b. 46,500 m
c. 60,000 m
d. 40,000 m
Question 3: How many metres of high quality cloth is consumed by A-type shirts?
a. 8,000 m
b. 112,000 m
c. 24,000 m
d. 30,000 m
Question 4: What is the ratio of the three qualities of dyes in high-quality cloth?
a. 2 : 3 : 5
b. 1 : 2 : 5
c. 7 : 9 : 10
d. Cannot be determined
Question 5: What is the ratio of low-quality dye used for C-type shirts to that used for D- type shirts?
a. 3 : 2
b. 2 : 1
c. 1 : 2
d. 2 : 3
Direction for questions 1 to 4: Answer the questions based on the following graph.
Revenue obtained by a publishing house while selling books, magazines and journals (Rs. in lakh).
Question 1: Which year shows the highest change in revenue obtained from journals?
Question 2: In 1992, what per cent of the total revenue came from books?
Question 3: The number of years in which there was an increase in revenue from at least two categories is
Question 4: If 1993 were to show the same growth as 1992 over 1991, the revenue in 1993 must be
a. Rs. 194 lakh
b. Rs. 187 lakh
c. Rs. 172 lakh
d. Rs. 177 lakh
Directions for question 1 to 4: Follow the bar graph and answer the following question
Question 1. In which year was the trade deficit highest?
Question 2. In how many years was the trade deficit less than the trade deficit in the succeeding year?
Question 3. Export earning in 1990-91 is how many per cent of imports in 1991-92?
Question 4. In the last three years the total export earnings have accounted for how many per cent of the value of the imports?