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The total expenditure of a company for a particular month is Rs.60000. The various heads of expenditure I to IV are indicated in a pie chart given below. These heads are:
I. Raw materials
II. Conveyance
III. Electricity
IV. Overhead expenses
Q. 142 to 145

  1. What percentage of total expenditure is on electricity?
    (a) 30%
    (b) 20%
    (c) 23%
    (d) 25%
  2. What percentage of total expenditure is on raw materials?
    (a) 60%
    (b) 23%
    (c) 25%
    (d) 30%
  3. What is the amount spent on overhead expenses?
    (a) Rs.18,000
    (b)Rs.10,000
    (c) Rs.12,000
    (d) Rs.15,000
  4. Total expenditure on conveyance is:
    (a) Rs.20,000
    (b) Rs.10,000
    (c) Rs.12,000
    (d) Rs.15,000
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 21st November 2015 in Maths.
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    1. Option (b) 20% is correct answer

      Explanation:-
      The total Expenditure on electricity  = 72 degree
      Then, the percentage of total expenditure on electricity = 72 x 100/360
       = 2 x 10
       = 20%

      Hence, the answer is (b) 20%.

    2.  Option (c) 25% is correct answer

      Explanation:-
      The total expenditure on raw materials = 90 degree
      Then, the percentage of total expenditure on raw materials = 90 x 100/360
       = 100/4
       = 25%

      Hence, the answer is (c) 25%. 

    3.  Option (a) Rs. 18000 is correct answer

      Explanation:-
      The total spent on overhead expenses = 108 degree
      The total spent of a company = Rs. 60, 000

      Then, the total spent on overhead expenses = 60, 000 x 108/360
       = 6, 000 x 3
       = Rs. 18, 000

      Hence, the answer is (a) Rs. 18, 000.

    4.  Option (d) Rs.15000 is correct answer 

      Explanation:-

      The total expenditure on conveyance = 90 degree
      Then, the total expenditure on conveyance = 60, 000 x 90/360
       = 60, 000/4
       = 15, 000

      Hence, the answer is (d) Rs. 15, 000.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 21st November 2015.
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