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Percentage fall in value from 2000 to 2001 is

b) 75%

c) 50%

d) 25%

The difference between the bags exported in 1999 and 2000 was

b) 1,50,000,00

c) 50,000,00

d) 2,00,000,00

Value per bag was minimum in the year

b) 1999

c) 1996

d) 1997

The approximate percentage increase in quantity from 1997 to 1998 was

b) 27.80%

c) 26.50%

d) None of these

The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls using the smart phones of Samsung and Sony together is

b) 13:12

c) 14:11

d) 11:14

What percentage of boys are using the smart phones of Samsung ?

b) 17.52%

c) 18.52%

d) 15.52%

What percentage of girls are using the smart phones of Nokia ?

b) 32.58%

c) 30.58%

d) 31.58%

The difference between the total number of students using smart phones of Samsung combined together and the total number of students using smart phones of Sony taken together is

b) 60

c) 80

d) 40

Demand and Production of colour TVs of five companies A,B,C,D and E.(Number on the top of a bar is the number of colour TVs)

The ratio of the number of companies having more demand than production to the companies having more demand than demand, is

b) 4:01

c) 1:01

d) 3:02

Demand and Production of colour TVs of five companies A,B,C,D and E.(Number on the top of a bar is the number of colour TVs)

The difference between average demand and average production of the five companies taken together is

b) 400

c) 280

d) 138