Data Interpretation - Bar Charts - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Bar Charts - Bar Chart 6 (Q.No. 2)
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The bar graph given below shows the percentage distribution of the total expenditures of a company under various expense heads during 2003.

Percentage Distribution of Total Expenditure of a Company

2.
If the expenditure on advertisement is 2.10 crores then the difference between the expenditure on transport and taxes is?
Rs. 1.25 crores
Rs. 95 lakhs
Rs. 65 lakhs
Rs. 35 lakhs
Explanation:

Let the total expenditure be Rs. x crores.

 Then, 15% of x = 2.10         x = 2.10 x 100 = 14. 15

Total expenditure = Rs. 14 crores

and so, the difference between the expenditures on transport and taxes

= Rs. [(12.5 - 10)% of 14] crores

= Rs. [2.5% of 14] crores

= Rs. 0.35 crores

= Rs. 35 lakhs

Discussion:
7 comments Page 1 of 1.

Tenzin Rabgay said:   9 months ago
How come 2.10? Please explain me.

Chimi said:   6 years ago

Chidera said:   6 years ago
I.e 15% = 2.10,
15/100= 2.10,
Cross multiply.
100 * 2.10=15%,
210=15%,
Divide by 15,
%= 14.

Melissa said:   6 years ago
Why 15% is considered? Where did that come from?
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Haririshna said:   7 years ago
Can you explain with detail?

Monu said:   9 years ago
Simple way:

15% = 2.10,
Then 2% = ?
We get 35 lakhs.
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Kalpesh parmar git said:   1 decade ago
15%~2.10

12.5%~?

cross mulatipay & we get 1.75

15%`2.10

10%~?

cross multipay & we get 1.45

now we can do 1.75-1.45=0.35

so we get 35 laakh