Answer the below questions based upon the information given in the figure and table.
Total Number of Books: 88500



1. The difference between the number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D together and the number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and E is what percentage of the total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and E?
a. 50%
b. 55%
c. 58%
d. 60%
e. 65%
a. 50%
b. 55%
c. 58%
d. 60%
e. 65%
2. Average number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D together constitutes what percentage of the total number of books sold by Stores C, D, and E?
a. 27.65%
b. 26.67%
c. 26.16%
d. 25.67%
e. 25.16%
3. How many stores sold more than 5000 copies of nonfiction?
a. 3
b. 2
c. 4
d. 1
e. None
4. If each fiction costs 15.50 rupees and GK costs 12.50 rupees, what is the cost of each nonfiction book provided that total the total business of C is Rs. 120,360.
a. 12
b. 13
c. 10
d. 11
e. 9
5. What will be the total business of store C If the price of fiction and nonfiction is increased by 10% and that of GK is unchanged?
a. 129,814.75
b. 134,977.25
c. 124,225.50
d. 140,550.25
e. 150,515.50
Solutions
1. Total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold byStores C= 88500*(20/100)*15/30= 17700*15/30=8850 (1)
Total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores E= 88500*(25/100)= 14750*18/27= 14750 (2)
Total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and Etogether= (1) + (2) =23,600 (A)
Number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D
A= 17700*15/20= 13275
B= 26550*8/15= 14160
D= 13275*9/15= 7965
Total= 13275+14160+7965= 35,400
Difference between the number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D together and the number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and E= 35,40023600= 11,800. (B)
Percentage= (B/A)*100= (11,800/23600)*100= 50%
Total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores E= 88500*(25/100)= 14750*18/27= 14750 (2)
Total number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and Etogether= (1) + (2) =23,600 (A)
Number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D
A= 17700*15/20= 13275
B= 26550*8/15= 14160
D= 13275*9/15= 7965
Total= 13275+14160+7965= 35,400
Difference between the number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D together and the number of Nonfiction and GK books sold by Stores C and E= 35,40023600= 11,800. (B)
Percentage= (B/A)*100= (11,800/23600)*100= 50%
2. Average number of Fiction and GK Books sold by Store A, B, and D together
= Total/3
=35400/3= 11,800
Total number of books sold by Stores C, D, and E= 10%+15%+25% of total sales
= 50% of 88,500
= 44,250
Percentage= (11800/44250)*100= 26.67%
= Total/3
=35400/3= 11,800
Total number of books sold by Stores C, D, and E= 10%+15%+25% of total sales
= 50% of 88,500
= 44,250
Percentage= (11800/44250)*100= 26.67%
3. Nonfiction sold by
A= (5/20)*20% of 88500= 4425
B= (7/15)*30% of 88500= 12390
C= (8/30)*10% of 88500= 2360
D= (6/15)*15% of 88500= 5310
E= (8/27)*25% of 88500= 6556 (Appox)
Answer is B,D and E= 3 stores
4. Total business of C=Rs.120,360
Total number of books sold by Store C= 10% of 88500= 8850
Number of fiction= (15/30)*8850= 4425 (Total Cost= 4425*Rs.15.50= Rs.68587.5 (1)
Number of nonfiction= (8/30)*8850= 2360(Total Cost= Unknown) (2)
Number of GK books= (7/30)*8850= 2065(Total Cost= 2065*Rs.12.50= Rs.25812.5 (3)
Total Cost of nonfiction= Total business(1)(3)
Rs.120,360Rs.68587.5Rs.25812.5= 25960
(Total Cost of nonfiction /Number of nonfiction)= Price per copy= 25960/2360= Rs. 11
5. Price of fiction and nonfiction is increased by 10%
Now fiction will cost Rs. 17.05, nonfiction Rs.12.1, and GK Rs.12.5 (Unchanged)
Total business of C will be equal to (4425*17.05 + 2360*12.1 + 2065*12.5)
= RS. 129,814.75
This question set is made by Arjun KV. I am really thankful for his efforts.
A= (5/20)*20% of 88500= 4425
B= (7/15)*30% of 88500= 12390
C= (8/30)*10% of 88500= 2360
D= (6/15)*15% of 88500= 5310
E= (8/27)*25% of 88500= 6556 (Appox)
Answer is B,D and E= 3 stores
4. Total business of C=Rs.120,360
Total number of books sold by Store C= 10% of 88500= 8850
Number of fiction= (15/30)*8850= 4425 (Total Cost= 4425*Rs.15.50= Rs.68587.5 (1)
Number of nonfiction= (8/30)*8850= 2360(Total Cost= Unknown) (2)
Number of GK books= (7/30)*8850= 2065(Total Cost= 2065*Rs.12.50= Rs.25812.5 (3)
Total Cost of nonfiction= Total business(1)(3)
Rs.120,360Rs.68587.5Rs.25812.5= 25960
(Total Cost of nonfiction /Number of nonfiction)= Price per copy= 25960/2360= Rs. 11
5. Price of fiction and nonfiction is increased by 10%
Now fiction will cost Rs. 17.05, nonfiction Rs.12.1, and GK Rs.12.5 (Unchanged)
Total business of C will be equal to (4425*17.05 + 2360*12.1 + 2065*12.5)
= RS. 129,814.75
This question set is made by Arjun KV. I am really thankful for his efforts.
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