Tricky Solutions For Income Expenditure DI Questions

Tricky Solutions For Income Expenditure DI

In this article, we learn how we can calculate DI questions easily by solving most repeatedly asked pattern in our examinations

Study the graph carefully and answer the following question.
Data related to Income (In Rs thousand) and Expenditure (in Rs thousand) of company during six months.

Profit =(Income –Expenditure )
Percent profit =(Profit /Expenditure *100)
Loss =(Expenditure-Income )
Loss percent =(Loss/Expenditure *100)

Point to Remember:
Consider Expenditure as 100%
Income as 100+x%

Question 1. 

What is average profit earned by company In January, February and May?
1)280
2)220
3)240
4)200
5)260
Ans. 240
Trick to solve easily:
280+260+180/3 = 240

Question 2. 

What is total loss percentage incurred by company in March and April?
1)40
2)50
3)30
4)45
5)36
Ans. 40.
Trick to solve easily:
640+560= 1200-100%
260+120=480---? (40)
Answer is 40%

Question 3. 

Profit earned by company in Feb is by what percent more than profit earned by company in May.
1)44 3/9
2)48 8/9
3)38 4/9
4)42 2/9
5)44 4/9
Ans. 44 4/9
Trick to solve easily:
260-180/180 = 4/9 = 44.44

Question 4. 

In which month company earned the maximum profit.
1) January
2) February
3) March
4) April
5) May
Ans. January
Trick to solve easily:
Solve by visual inspection
As profit is difference between income and Expenditure
The magnitude of Gap between income and expenditure whichever is more is the Answer.
Answer is January

Question 5. 

If company income increased by 20% from June to July and Expenditure decrease by 10%.What was his profit percent in the month of July?
1)4.76
2)5.88
3)3.17
4)5.26
5)2.56
Ans. 2.56
Trick to solve easily:
Income
400-100%
?(480)- 120%
Expenditure:
520-100%
? (468)– 90%
Profit % in July = 468-100%
12- ?(2.56%)



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