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This EduRev document offers 20 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from the topic Pie Chart (Level  2). These questions are of Level  2 difficulty and will assist you in the preparation of CAT & other MBA exams. You can practice/attempt these CAT Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and check the explanations for a better understanding of the topic.
If the plant cost increases by 5% due to increase in construction cost, what will be approximate angle of the plant sector in the pie chart?
If there is an escalation of 10% in Salaries& Wages and a reduction of 10% in land, what will be the new angle of salaries and wages?
If 5% of administrative costs are reduced and 10% of the remaining administrative costs are transferred to Others category, what is the angle of administrative costs now?
How much percentage profit can he earn from the apples?
On which fruit will he get the highest profit percentage?
On how many types of fruits will he suffer a loss?
If the selling price of pineapple is increased by 20%, then what is the percentage increase in the total selling price?
If Kohli played 98 dot balls, what was his approximate strike rate?
What was Kohli's share in the number of 4s scored by the Indian team?
If the strike rate of the Indian team for this innings was 75%, how many dot balls were played?
If Dhoni scored 43 runs in the innings, how much did Dhoni and Kohli together contribute to the team's total score?
If the income from colleges is Rs. 40 lakhs and expenditure on salaries of workers is Rs. 11 lakhs, then find the savings of an NGO.
(Saving = Income  Expenditure)
If no money is spent on construction, then the income and expenditure are same; otherwise there is shortage of Rs. 6,50,000. What is the total income (approximately) of the NGO?
If the total income was Rs. 3.5 crores, and expenses on taxes and amenities is done only from the total colleges income, then what is the total expenditure (approximately)?
If relief funds's contribution was Rs. 10,00,000 and total savings were Rs. 60,000, then what would be the expenditure on salaries of workers?
(Savings = Income  Expenditure)
If the income of F increases by 18% and his expenses increase by 36%, then what will be the percentage decrease in savings of F?
The amount saved by B is what percent of amount saved by D?
Which product gave the maximum profit percentage?
What is the ratio of profit from bikes to the total profit?
If expenses of cars increase by 10% and income on bikes decreases by 10% and others do not change, then what is the percentage change in the total profit?
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