# BAR GRAPHS

Directions (Qs.1 - 5): Given line graph shows the number of creams sold of various companies in 3 different months. Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions:

1. The quantity of L’Oreal creams sold in November is what percent of the total sale of all brands cream in November?

A) 14.84%     B) 24.25%   C) 21.43%   D) 17.34%     E) None of these

Sol: The quantity of L’Oreal sold in November = 510

Total number of all brand creams sold in November

= 360 + 420 + 320 + 290 + 510 + 480 = 2380

= 21.428% ≈ 21.43%.

Ans: C

2. What is the average number of creams sold in December?

A) 380    B) 440    C) 485    D) 350    E) 424

Sol: Total creams sold in December

= 310 + 430 + 520 + 550 + 480 + 350 = 2640.

∴ The average number of creams sold in

Ans: B

3. Find the ratio of Lotus creams sold in January sold and total number of creams sold in January?

A) 31 : 78    B) 24 : 113    C) 19 : 128    D) 13 : 121   E) None of these

Sol: The Lotus creams sold in January = 380

Total number of creams sold in January = 450 + 540 + 270 + 380 + 420 + 500 = 2560

∴ The required ratio = 380 : 2560 = 19 : 128

Ans: C

4. The quantity of VLCC creams sold in January is what percent of the total sale of all brands cream in January?

A) 16.35%    B) 27.25%   C) 21.09%    D) 18.34%    E) 24.75%

Sol: The quantity of VLCC sold in January = 540

Total number of all brand creams sold in January = 450 + 540 + 270 + 380 + 420 + 500 = 2560

Ans: C

5. Which of the following cream is sold most in all given months together?

A) Ponds   B) VLCC    C) Lakme     D) L’Oreal    E) Ayur

Sol: Total number of Ponds creams sold = 360 + 310 + 450 = 1120

Total number of VLCC creams sold = 420 + 430 + 540 = 1390

Total number of Lakme creams sold = 320 + 520 + 270 = 1110

Total number of Lotus creams sold = 290 + 550 + 380 = 1220

Total number of L’Oreal creams sold = 510 + 480 + 420 = 1410

Total number of Ayur creams sold = 480 + 350 + 500 = 1330

Hence, the sale of L’Oreal creams is maximum in given months

Ans: D

Directions (Qs.6 - 10): Study the following bar graph carefully and answer the following questions: The bar graph shows selling price (in thousands) of portable laptops by 3 companies Lenovo, Asus and HP from 2011 to 2015.

6. In which of the given years, the average selling price of all the 3 portable laptops was minimum?

A) 2011   B) 2012    C) 2013    D) 2014    E) 2015

7. If the number of portable laptops sold by HP in 2013 was 25000 and that by Lenovo was 24000 in the same year, then find the difference between the revenue of HP and Lenovo?

A) 13.9 crores    B) 12.1 crores    C) 11.8 crores    D) 10.2 crores    E) 9.6 crores

8. Which portable Laptop company has the maximum average selling price during 2011- 2015?

A) Lenovo   B) HP   C) Asus    D) Lenovo and HP    E) Asus and HP

9. If a distributor purchases 40 Lenovo, 60 Asus and 80 HP laptops in 2014 at a selling price given in the graph and then sells them each at Rs.50,400, then what is the profit or loss percentage of the distributor?

A) 1.70%    B) 2.87%    C) 1.89%   D) 1.34%    E) 2.24%

10. If the selling price of Asus laptops increases by 30% in 2016 when compared to 2013, then the selling price of Asus laptops in 2016 is what percentage of the selling price of HP laptops in 2013?

A) 143.67%    B) 138.54%    C) 127.47%    D) 124.45%    E) 139.28%

6-B; In 2012, the average selling price of all 3 portable laptops was minimum as the selling price was the minimum.

7-D; Total selling price of 25000 HP laptops in 2013 = 25000 × 42000 = 105 crores

Total selling price of 24000 Lenovo laptops in 2013 = 24000 × 48000 = 115.2 crores

Therefore, required difference = 10.2 crores

8-C; The selling price of all the companies during 2011-2015 can be calculated as follows:

Selling price for Lenovo during 2011-15

= 45000 + 43000 + 48000 + 47000 + 46000 = 229000

Selling price for Asus 2011-15

= 50000 + 47000 + 45000 + 52000 + 40000 = 234000

Selling price for HP 2011-15 =

43000 + 44000 + 42000 + 49000 + 54000 = 232000

Since total selling price for Asus is the maximum that means average selling price would also be the maximum for Asus.

Hence Asus has the maximum average selling price during 2011-15

9-A; Purchasing price of Lenovo for the distributor = 47000 × 40 = 18.8 lakhs

Purchasing price of Asus for the distributor = 52000 × 60 = 31.2 lakhs

Purchasing price of HP for the distributor = 49000 × 80 = 39.2 lakhs

So, total purchasing price for the distributor = 89.2 lakhs

Total selling price for 180 laptops = 50400 × 180 = 90.72 lakhs

Hence Profit = 90.72 − 89.2 = 1.52

Therefore, profit percentage

10-E; Selling price of Asus laptops in 2016 = 45000 × 1.3 ´= 58500

Selling price of HP laptops in 2013 = 42000

Therefore, percentage =

Directions (Qs. 11 - 15): Answer the questions based on the information given below.

The given bar graph shows the total number of magazines (India Today + Filmfare) sold (in hundreds), and the percentage of India Today magazines sold out of total number of magazines sold, in five different places.

11. The number of Filmfare’s magazines sold in Chennai is how much percent more/ less than number of India today’s magazines sold at Cuttack?

A) 24.5%    B) 37.5%    C) 32.5%   D) 42.5%    E) 40.5%

12. Find the average number of Filmfare’s magazines sold in Nagpur and Cuttack.

A) 3000   B) 3500    C) 2400   D) 2800   E) 3200

13. Find the ratio of number of India today’s magazines sold in Delhi and Chennai, respectively.

A) 7 : 8   B) 3 : 4    C) 1 : 2   D) 5 : 6   E) 3 : 2

14. Find the difference between total number of magazines sold in Nagpur, and number of Filmfare’s magazines sold at Delhi and Pune together.

A) 2400   B) 3600   C) 4000   D) 3800    E) 4200

15. Find the total number of India today’s magazines sold at Pune and Nagpur, together.

A) 4200   B) 4800   C) 4600   D) 5200   E) 3600

Sol:

13-E; Required ratio = 4500 : 3000 = 3 : 2

14-D; Required difference = 8000 − (1500 + 2700) = 3800

15-C; Required sum = 1800 + 2800 = 4600

Posted Date : 03-03-2023

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