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If 10% = 1210.net 14.eenadupratibha. then 100% value a n 100 = × 408 = 5100 8 e e . a h b i t ∴ Total number of televisions produced by D is 4200 Number of defective Televisions of D = 6% of 4200 = 252 a r p 17. a × 1210 = 12100 h b i Total number of Televisions produced by B = 12100 ∴ 11% = 12100 t a r 100 100% value = × 12100 = 110000 11 p u d ∴ Total number of televisions produced by all the companies is 110000 16. ww Number of defective Televisions of A = 9% of 52800 = 4752 18. If 8% = 408. then 100% value is 100 10 n . then 33% value is 33 × 160000 = 52800 100 u d a Total number of Televisions produced by A = 52800 n e e .eenadupratibha. If 100% = 160000. w if 17% value is 5100. then 14% value 14 = × 5100 = 4200 17 .www. S. Here production of E is not required Required ratio = 11% : 17% = 11 : 17 w Writer : G.net . then 100% (Total) value is 100 14 × 630 = 4500 t e 15. w w Total number of Televisions produced by F = 5100 t e n ∴ 17% = 5100. If 14% = 630. Giridhar www.

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