### Discussion :: Line Charts - Line Chart 2 (Q.No.1)

The following line graph gives the ratio of the amounts of imports by a company to the amount of exports from that company over the period from 1995 to 2001.

Ratio of Value of Imports to Exports by a Company Over the Years.

Siva said: (Aug 31, 2013) | |

Friends here we can use the import and export ratio separately. I think this can help us. |

Tarun said: (Oct 7, 2013) | |

Can we use any option elimination technique in this question? |

Rajalaksmi said: (Jun 9, 2015) | |

Sir can you explain clearly? |

Prasanth said: (Aug 11, 2015) | |

Can you explain the formulas used to find x and y in imports and exports? |

Prakash said: (May 3, 2016) | |

Can you explain the formulas used to find x and y in imports and exports? Because I am not understanding 250/x and y/300 which formula is used here? |

Arjun said: (Jul 18, 2016) | |

Anyone knows the short tricks of this question? |

Devesh Sengar said: (Apr 4, 2017) | |

Import/exp = 1.25 means = 125/100. So, 250/exp (of 1998) = 125/100. So exp = 200(of 1998). So exp of 1999 = 500- 200 = 300. Similarly, imp(1999)/300 = 140/100. imp = 420. |

Francisco said: (Jan 3, 2018) | |

Why did it go from division to multiplication? |

Pavan Shidarth said: (Jun 8, 2018) | |

Thanks for your explanation @Devesh Sengar. |

Tenzin Rabgay said: (Jul 31, 2019) | |

How it comes 200? Can anyone explain? |

Akber Khan said: (May 9, 2020) | |

(250/1.25) = (250*100÷125), = 25000÷125, = 1000÷5, = 200. |

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