Instructions

Consider the following graph where the prices of timber are given, for the period 1997- 2003. The prices for plywood and sawn timber are given in Rs. 1 ton while the price of logs is given in Rs per cubic meter. Assume 1 ton is equal to 1,000 kg and one cubic meter of Log weighs 800 kg.

**Timber Product Prices **

**prices**

**years**

Question 101

Which product had the largest percentage increase in price per cubic meter over the 7-year period?

Question 102

The maximum increase in price per cubic metre for any product over any two successive years was

Question 103

In 2003, the total sales of the company measured in cubic metres was made up of 40% plywood, 30% sawn timber and 30% logs. The average realisation per cubic metre in 2003 was closest to

Question 104

In 2004, the prices of plywood, sawn timber and logs went up by 5%, 1% and 10%, respectively, and the total sales were made up of 40% plywood, 30% sawn timber and 30% logs. The average realisation per cubic metre in 2004 was closest to

Instructions

**Directions:** The following pie-charts show the distribution of students of graduate and post-graduate levels in seven different institutes namely P, Q, R, S, T, V, and W.

Question 105

According to these graphs, approximately, how much money from the investment portfolio was invested in high-risk stocks?

Question 106

Approximately how much money belonging to the investment portfolio was invested in State-issued bonds?

Instructions

**Directions:** Study the graphs to answer this question. In an election, if no single candidate secures a simple majority of 50% in the first round, then the top five candidates in terms of votes polled proceed to the next round. If no one still gets a simple majority, then the top three of that round go into the next round. If the decision is still not decisive in favor of one candidate, only the top two proceed to the last round. The following pie charts show the results of the elections.

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