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Percentage different MBA Entrance examination questions video solution

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Bharat Gupta
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at 8:24 , it is given that A got 35% of total votes so total votes is 90 right? , then why u have taken total votes as 100 as it is given that only 90% voters have polled their votes
Sahil Sehgal
5 months ago
No bro Total votes on voter list are 100, 90 are total votes polled And here it is written that 35% of total votes so we will take 35% of 100 not 90
TK
sir in the last question you have taken -2x2 + 3x1 as -1/3 which you subtracted from 17. how did you arrive at -1/3
sir in tramspotation cost ques I'm getting 18.75
In the question it is written A got 35% of total votes. And total votes is 90. Not 100. We have assumed total VOTERS to be 100 out of which 10 people do not vote. So the total VOTES is 90. Right ? How is it 100 ? How can the word VOTERS and VOTES be same ?
Somesh Ranjan
a year ago
total votes always means registered voters even they vote or not
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  2. In 2001, the transportation cost of an item was 30% of its manufacturing cost. From 2001 to 2002, its manufacturing cost went up by 20%. Its transportation cost in 2002 was 33 % of its manufacturing cost in that year. By what percent should the total cost in 2002 be reduced to bring it back to that in 2001? 3 (Total cost = Manufacturing cost-Trans. cost) [CAT 2014] a. 12.5% b. 18.75% c. 31.25% d. 25%


  3. In 2001, the transportation cost of an item was 30% of its manufacturing cost. From 2001 to 2002, its manufacturing cost went up by 20%. Its transportation cost in 2002 was 33 % of its manufacturing cost in that year. By what percent should the total cost in 2002 be reduced to bring it back to that in 2001? (Total cost Manufacturing cost Trans. cost) [CAT-2014] a. 12.5% b. 18.75% c. 31.25% d. 25% gn 2001 manufact, cat , TO lol Coot 130/ 20.wore. eM 2002 ma 1


  4. In Reliance office there are 60% female employees, 50% of all the male employees are Engineer. If there total 62% employees Engineer out of the total 1600 employees, then the no. of female employees who are Engineer: a. 690 C. 960 b. 672 d. Can't be determine


  5. In Reliance office there are 60% female employees. 50% of all the male employees are Engineer. If there total 62% employees Engineer out of the total 1600 employees, then the no. of female employees who are Engineer: a. 690 b. 672 c. 960 d. Can't be determine 1 tow e m) N E Tow eng.uo. #62 l6uo


  6. My salary is Rs.22240 per month. The salary of my brother is 20% greater than that of mine. The salary of my only sister is 833% greater than my only brother. The salary of my wife is 60% less than the total salary of my brother and sister together, than the salary of my wife is: a. greater than my sister's salary. b.33% less than my sister's salary. c. equal to my salary. d.44 15 % greater than my own salary.


  7. My salary is Rs. 22,240 per month. The salary of my brother is 20% greater than that of mine. The salary of my only sister is 8.33% greater than my only brother. The salary of my wife is 60% less than the total salary of my brother and sister together, than the salary of my wife is a. greater than my c. equal to my salary. b, 33% less than my sister's salary d, 44- 90 greater than my own salary. sis ter's salary 15 rng move Sisr 13 =130 2 SD


  8. In the Mumbai Stock Exchange, female employees are 11 % more than male employees and thus the number of female employees is exceeded by 60. Hence the total no. of employees in the Mumbai Stock Exchange is: a. 1200 b. 1140 C. 1440 d. 1000


  9. In the Mumbai Stock Exchange, female employees are 110% more than male employees and thus the number of female employees is exceeded by 60. Hence the total no. of employees in the Mumbai Stock Exchange is: a. 1200 b. 1140 c. 1440 d. 1000 enaJo 11. Y.wore Hav 60 tha, tle, empor.no60


  10. Three candidates A, B and C contested an election. Out of the total votes on a voter list 10% did not vote and 11.11% votes polled were invalid. B got 300% more votes than that of C. If A got only 35% of the total votes, then who is the winner? a. A b. B c. C d. can't be determined