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11) If the same percentage increase in the number of Heavy Vehicle as in 1994 over 1993 is expected in 1995, approximately how many heavy vehicles will be sold in 199

• 1) 141
• 2) 156
• 3) 176
• 4) 181
Ans.   A
Explanation :
In this question, by referring the table chart, first we need to calculate the increase(in percentage) in sale of Heavy Vehicle in 1994 over 1993 Heavy Vehicle sold in 1993 = 81 Heavy Vehicle sold in 1993 = 107 Increase = 107 - 81 = 26 Now 26 is what percent of 81 ? \begin{aligned} \left(\frac{26}{81}*100 \right)\% \= 32\% \text{ aprox.} \end{aligned} So increase in sale were 32% in 1994, so get the answer we need to calculate the 132% of 107. \begin{aligned} \frac{132}{100}*107 \= 141.24 \end{aligned}

12) The number of Heavy Vehicles sold in 1993 was approximately what percent of the total number of Vehicles sold in 1992

• 1) 6%
• 2) 7%
• 3) 8%
• 4) 9%
Ans.   C
Explanation :
\begin{aligned} \text{Required percentage =}\\left(\frac{81}{72+79+248+210+404}*100\right)\% \= \left(\frac{81}{1013}*100\right)\% \= 7.99\% = 8\%& approx\\end{aligned}

13) In which year was the number of 2-wheelers sold as a percentage of the total number of Vehicles sold during that year, the highest

• 1) 1990
• 2) 1991
• 3) 1992
• 4) 1993
Ans.   A
Explanation :

14) The percentage increase in the sales in 1993 over the previous year was maximum for which of the following categories of vehicles

• 1) Two Wheeler
• 2) Jeeps
• 3) Light Commercial Vehicles
• 4) Cars