Professor

**A.** The demand of company B is what percentage of the production of company F?

- 80%
- 60%
- 50%
- 70%

**B.** What is the difference between the average demand and the average production of the companies (in lakh tonnes)? (Approximately)

- 275
- 325
- 200
- 250

**C.** The production of company A is approximately what percent of the demand of company C?

- 55%
- 65%
- 50%
- 60%

**D.** What is the ratio of the companies having more demand than production to those having more production than demand?

- 3:2
- 1:2
- 2:3
- 2:1

Asked by Monis Rasool on 28th August 2015 in Maths.

1 Answers

Professor

**A. Answer : (4) 70%**

**Explanation:- **The demand of company B = 3150

The production of company F = 4500

The demand of company B is what percentage of the production of company F = 3150 x 100/4500

= 70%

Hence, the answer is (4) 70%.

**B. Answer : (1) 275**

**Explanation:- **The total demand of all companies = 1450 + 3660 + 3100 + 4200 + 3700 + 4500

= 20610

Then, the average of the demand of all companies = 20610/6

= 3435

The total production of all companies = 2100 + 3150 + 2600 + 5000 + 2800 + 3300

= 18950

Then, the average of production of all companies = 3158.33

the difference between the average demand and the average production of the companies = 3435 – 3158.33

= 276.67

Hence, the answer is (1) 275 (approximately).

**C. Answer : (1) 55 %**

**Explanation:- **The production company A = 1450

The demand of company C = 2600

Then, The production of company A is approximately what percent of the demand of company C = 1450 x 100/2600

= 55.76%

Hence, the answer is (1) 55 % (approximately).

**D. Answer : (2) 1 : 2**

**Explanation:- **the ratio of the companies having more demand than production to those having more production than demand = 2 : 4

= 1 : 2

Hence, the answer is (2) 1 : 2.

Answered by Anurag Mishra on 3rd September 2015..