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Discussion Forum : Pie Charts  Pie Chart 9 (Q.No. 5)
Directions to Solve
The circlegraph given here shows the spendings of a country on various sports during a particular year. Study the graph carefully and answer the questions given below it.
5.
If the total amount spent on sports during the year was Rs. 2 crores, the amount spent on Cricket and Hockey together was:
Answer: Option
Explanation:
Amount spent on Cricket and Hockey together 


= Rs. 0.8 crores  
= Rs. 80,00,000. 
Discussion:
11 comments Page 1 of 2.
Sayali said:
9 years ago
0.8 crores = 8,00,000.
Answer should be A, right?
Answer should be A, right?
Noha said:
8 years ago
I think it would be 800000, am I right?
Samreen said:
7 years ago
81 and 63 how it comes.
Gopikanta Prusty said:
7 years ago
Hi,
May I know the formula to solve this?
May I know the formula to solve this?
Dipali said:
7 years ago
How 80,00,000? Please explain detail.
Yagnik said:
7 years ago
Cricket +hockey together. So, 81+63.
Then 81 and 63 is not a percentage. So, divided by 360. And 2 crore spent on all games per year. Then find the how many rupees spent into cricket and hockey.
Then 81 and 63 is not a percentage. So, divided by 360. And 2 crore spent on all games per year. Then find the how many rupees spent into cricket and hockey.
Kavita pawar said:
5 years ago
How it come 0.8croes(800000)?
Jamuna mukhia said:
5 years ago
360= 2crore (20000000)
Therefore 81 is 4500000 for cricket
And then for hockey is 63 which equals to 3500000.
Now the sum of cricket and hockey is 8000000. So, the answer is B.
Therefore 81 is 4500000 for cricket
And then for hockey is 63 which equals to 3500000.
Now the sum of cricket and hockey is 8000000. So, the answer is B.
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Padma said:
5 years ago
360 = 2 crore.
1 = 2crore /360,
= 500000.
Sum of cricket and hockey = 81+63= 144,
Therefore 144 = 144* 500000/9,
= 8000000.
1 = 2crore /360,
= 500000.
Sum of cricket and hockey = 81+63= 144,
Therefore 144 = 144* 500000/9,
= 8000000.
(1)
Govind said:
4 years ago
A is the right answer.
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