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Directions (Q. 1-3): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The data below shows the rankings of twenty-five companies on the basis of various parameters as

shown below.

Rank

Total Income

Net Profit

Net Worth

NPM

RONW

ROCE

2004

2004

2004

2004

2004

2004

Companies

2004

Rs Crore

% chg

Rs Crore

% chg

Rs crore

% chg

Tata Sons

4410.86

35.39

863.29

20.97

3396.38

25.91

19.57

25.42

14.55

Tata International

1970.32

-9.28

-830

108.15

-7.13

-0.42

-7.67

-2.92

1772.39

40.95

26.9

-9.1

87.79

43.76

1.52

30.64

12.11

TV Sundram

Iyengar & Sons

1754.07

4.79

34.28

101.7

130.95

7.76

1.95

36.18

11.96

1604.4

-12.76

0.39

77.27

3.13

13.82

0.02

12.46

0.99

1457.18

19.95

49.73

-75.85

910.14

5.52

3.41

5.46

5.46

Haldia Petrochemicals

1434.91

15.686

-501.55

614.09

-44.96

-35

-81.67

-9.24

1695.26

22.25

-102.01

452.38

-18.41

-6.02

-22.55

-12.25

Adani Wilmar

1166.78

179.11

11.63

5.73

58.42

58.84

1.00

19.91

11.67

10

Ford India

1064.79

-60.52

321.87

-15.83

-5.68

-18.8

-3.87

11

Gitanjali Gems

1032.47

-74.87

21.9

-51.72

207.94

11.77

2.12

10.53

4.71

12

Hero Cycles

985.04

5.38

68.56

83.46

264.36

24.06

6.96

25.93

16.4

13

Riddisiddhi Bullions

952.67

130.67

0.21

505.5

1.85

190.41

0.02

11.55

3.12

14

Samsung Electronics

941.81

44.36

4.91

-4.11

34.94

16.36

0.52

14.06

6.43

15

889.54

5.07

11.45

-5.99

280.65

3.75

1.29

4.08

1.57

16

Allanasons

562.87

-0.4

4.78

33.87

64.51

1.82

0.55

7.42

5.75

17

855.45

18.89

26.48

235.3

12.68

3.1

11.25

5.22

18

826.96

-17.88

18.76

588.06

-2.98

2.27

3.19

2.42

19

Lafarge India

816.46

69.31

-14.39

649.73

137.02

-1.76

-2.21

-1.06

20

Terminals

806.67

49.23

-20.97

491.38

-4.09

-2.6

-4.27

-0.69

21

Equipment

805.42

-6.13

23.83

-0.96

416.18

5.16

2.96

5.73

4.51

22

Bhushan

805.12

34.38

26.18

13.28

240.84

12.16

3.25

10.87

4.06

23

Jaypee Cement

1200.44

117.88

63.39

245.05

26.05

5.28

25.87

6.88

24

Essar Power

1140.51

-15.21

62.39

-34.35

781.71

21.29

5.47

7.98

2.77

25

Bharti Cellular

725.73

38.96

98.63

16.05

287.89

42.15

13.59

34.26

4.64

1. In how many companies was the percentage change for net worth greater than the percentage

change for total income?

1) 13

2) 20

3) 12

4) 16

1) The percentage ROCE for the top five companies is always less than the percentage RONW.

2) The percentage ROCE for the top five companies is always greater than the percentage RONW.

3) The percentage ROCE for the top five companies is greater than the percentage RONW for only

one company.

4) None of the above is true.

3. Which of the following statements is not true?

1) As many companies are ranked above RiddhiSiddhi Bullions as below it.

2) The net worth as a percentage of total income for Hero cycles is 26.8%

3) If the top ten companies were ranked on the basis of net profit, from highest to lowest, the fifthranked company would be Adani Wilmar.

4) All are true

Profit

Directions (Q. 4-6): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given beow.

Each point in the graph below shows the profit and turnover for a company. Each company belongs

to one of the three industries: Service, Shipping and Banking.

1000

4. For how many companies does the profit exceed 10% of the turnover?

1) 8

2) 7

3) 6

4) 5

5. For how many banking companies with a turnover of more than 2000 is the profit less than 300?

1) 0

2) 1

3) 6

4) 7

6. An investor wants to buy stocks of only banking or shipping companies with a turnover of more

than 1000 and profit exceeding 10% of turnover. How many choices are availiable to the investor?

1) 6

2) 7

3) 4

4) 5

Directions (Q. 7-9): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The following table shows the data about ages, height and weight of randomly selected 100 children of CATMOS Montessori. Table 1 provides data about ages of the children. For the age given in the

first column, the second column gives the number of children not exceeding that age.

For example, the first entry indicates that there are 9 children aged 4 years or less. Tables 2 and

3 provide data on the heights and weights respectively on the same group of 100 children in a similar

format. Assuming that an older child is always taller and weighs more than a younger child, answer

the following questions.

TABLE 1

TABLE 2

TABLE 3

Age (years)

Number

Height (cm)

Number

Weight (kg)

Number

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

9

12

22

35

42

48

60

69

77

86

100

115

120

125

130

135

140

145

150

155

160

165

6

11

24

36

45

53

62

75

81

93

100

30

32

34

36

38

40

42

44

46

48

50

8

13

17

28

33

46

54

67

79

91

100

7. What is the number of children of age 9 years or less whose height does not exceed 135 cm?

1) 48

2) 45

3) 3

4) Cannot be determined

8. How many children of age more than 10 years are taller than 150 cm and do not weigh more than

48 kg?

1) 16

2) 40

3) 9

4) Cannot be determined

9. Among the children older than 6 years but not exceeding 12 years, how many weigh more than 38

kg?

1) 34

2) 52

3) 44

4) Cannot be determined

K

KUNDAN

Directions (Q. 10-12): Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

Natures Best Juices (NBJ) is in the business of manufacturing fruit juices. NBJ buys APPLE,

MANGO, GRAPE, ORANGE and LITCHEE juice. ORANGE juice can be made by adding artificial flavour

to APPLE and MANGO juice in equal proportions. Similarly, LITCHEE juice can also be made by APPLE

and GRAPE juice. Among other juices, NBJ sells MIXED JUICE (formed by mixing GRAPE and MANGO

juice in the ratio 70 : 30), TROPICAL DELIGHT JUICE (formed by mixing equal amounts of ORANGE

and LITCHEE juice) and SUMMER SONG juice (formed by mixing equal amounts of ORANGE and GRAPE

juice). The following table provides the price at which NBJ buys the juices.

FLAVOUR

Rs/Litre

APPLE

20.00

MANGO

25.00

GRAPE

15.00

ORANGE

22.00

LITCHEE

18.00

10. The cheapest way to manufacture TROPICAL DELIGHT juice would cost

1) Rs 19.50 per litre

2) Rs 19.75 per litre

3) Rs 20.00 per litre

4) Rs 20.25 per litre

11. SUMMER SONG can be manufactured by mixing

1) MIXED JUICE and APPLE in the ratio 14 : 10

2) MIXED JUICE and APPLE in the ratio 3 : 1

3) MANGO and LITCHEE in the ratio 1 : 1

4) APPLE, MANGO and GRAPE in the ratio 1 : 1 : 2

12. Assume that TROPICAL DELIGHT, MIXED JUICE and SUMMER SONG each sell for the same price.

Which of the three is the most profitable to the manufacturer?

1) TROPICAL DELIGHT

2) MIXED JUICE

3) SUMMER SONG

4) Data is insufficient

Directions (Q. 13-17): Answer the questions on the basis of information given below.

The following radar graph shows the percentage increase in the sale of companies A, B, C, D and E in

year 2004 with respect to previous year.

A

80

60

40

E

20

0

K

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1) A

2) C

3) E

4) Cant be determined

14. The ratio of sale of companies A, B, C, D and E in year 2003 is 5 : 4 : 3 : 2 : 6. Find the overall %

increase in the sale of all the five companies together in year 2004.

1) 46%

2) 54%

3) 59%

4) 64%

15. The overall % increase in the sale of company C and company D together is 55% in year 2004.

Find the ratio of sale of company C and D in year 2004?

1) 80 : 13

2) 192 : 17

3) 84 : 31

4) 192 : 53

16. If the ratio of sale of company C, D and E in year 2004 is 5 : 3 : 4 then find the overall % increase

in the sale of company C, D and E together from 2003 to 2004 (approx.).

1) 41%

2) 39%

3) 54%

4) 46%

17. The overall % increase in the sale of companies B & C together is 57% and that of companies C &

D together is 47% in year 2004. Find the ratio of sale of companies C, D and E in year 2003.

1) 3 : 7 : 23

3) 5 : 9 : 13

3) 6 : 7 : 11

4) None of these

Directions (Q. 18-20): Read the following information given below and answer the questions

that follow.

The Shyam Dairy company is setting up a plant for manufacture and sale of flavoured milk. The

investment of the plant is Rs 10 crores (to be invested in plant, machinery, advertising, infrastructure etc).

The following table shows the cost of different bottle sizes.

Bottle size

Transportation cost

Sale

Price

Dealer

Margin

300 ml

Rs 2

Rs 8

Rs 14

Rs 1.5

500 ml

Rs 5

Rs 10

Rs 21

Rs 2

1.5 lit

Rs 10

Rs 25

Rs 52

Rs 5

18. For which bottle should Shyam Dairy try to maximise sale to maximise its profit (assume that the

total number of litres of flavoured milk sold is constant irrespective of break-up of the sales in

terms of the bottle size).

1) 1500 ml bottle

2) 500 ml bottle

3) 300 ml bottle

4) Cant say

19. If the company sells only 300ml bottles in the first year, how many bottles shoud it sell to recover

the investment made in the first year only?

1) 41.66 106

2) 35.84 10 6

3) 44.56 106

4) Cant say

20. If the ratio of sales of 300ml bottles to that of 500ml bottles is 4 : 1, and there is no sale of 1500ml

bottles, how many 500ml bottles will be required to recover the investment?

1) 17.96 106

2) 24.8 10 6

3) 7.43 10 6

4) Cant say

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KUNDAN

1. 1; The percentage change to net worth is greater than the percentage change for total income in

13 companies.

2. 3; The percentage ROCE for the top five companies is greater than the percentage RONW for only

the company Tata International.

3. 3; 1st to 5th are: Tata Sons, Bharti, Hero, Jaypee and Essar respectively.

4. 2; Draw a line from the bottom left corner to top right corner. The symbols lying above the line are

ones in which profit exceeds 10% of turnover. There are 6 such companies.

5. 3; Six companies lie below 300 profit and more than 2000 turnover.

6. 4; Only five companies fulfil the requirement.

7. 2; Number of children aged 9 years or less = 48

Number of children having height 135 cm or less = 45

Thus 45 children satisfy both conditions.

8. 1;

Number of children

40

25

weight > 48 kg

9. 3;

Number of children

12 years > age > 6 years

55

weight > 38 kg

67

10. 2; TROPICAL DELIGHT juice would cost minimum when its constituents have the minimum possible price. TROPICAL DELIGHT is made by mixing equal amounts of ORANGE and LITCHEE.

We have the following possibilities:

11. 4; The possible combinations for SUMMER SONG are given below.

Combination

Ratio

ORANGE + GRAPE

1:1

1:1:2

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12. 2; From Q. 10 we have: the least possible price for TROPICAL DELIGHT is Rs 19.75 per litre.

Similarly, least possible price for MIXED JUICE is Rs 18 per litre (when GRAPE + MANGO are

mixed in the ratio 70 : 30). And least possible price for SUMMER SONG is Rs. 18.5 pre litre (when

ORANGE + GRAPE is mixed in the ratio 1 : 1).

Hence profitability is maximum for MIXED JUICE .

13. 4; Only the percentage increase in the sales of each of the company is given, not the previous

years sale. Hence data inadequate.

14. 2; The overall % increase in the sales of all the five companies together

5

4

3

2

6

80

50

60

30

40

20

20

20

20

20

20 10 9 3 12 54 %

15. 1; 55% increase in the sales of company C and D together is the weighted mean of 60% and 30% .

C

D

60%

30%

55%

25

5

5

:

1 (Ratio of sale in year 2003)

Now,

Sale of company D in year 2004

160

100 80

=

130 13

1

100

5

16. 4; Let K be present in each of the ratios.

2004

2003

100

3.12

C

5K

5K

160

100

2.3

D

3K

3K

130

100

E

4K

4K

= 2.8

140

Total

12K

8.2K

12K 8.2K

3.8K

100 =

100 46%

The overall % increase =

8.2K

8.2K

17. 1; Similar to solution of Q. 15.

B

C

C

D

50%

60%

60%

30%

57%

37%

3

:

7

7

:

23

B : C : D 3 : 7 : 23

18. 3; Profit from one 300ml bottle = 14 (2 + 8 + 1.5 + 0.1) = Rs 2.4

Profit from one 500ml bottle = 21 (5 + 10 + 0.15 + 2) = Rs 3.85

Profit from one 1500ml bottle = 52 (10 + 25 + 0.20 + 5) = Rs 11.80

Selling 1500ml from 300ml bottles we get 2.4 5 = Rs 12 as profit.

Similarly, selling 1500 ml from 500ml bottles we get = 3.85 3 = Rs 11.55 as profit

Selling 1500ml from 1500ml bottle we get Rs 11.80 as profit.

Therefore, Shyam Dairy should maximise the production of 300ml bottles. (As the number of

litres is constant)

19. 1; Let no. of bottles it should sell be x.

Cost of production of x bottles = x (2 + 8 + 0.1 + 1.5) = 11.6x

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Now, to recover the cost

10 8 11.6x

10 8

14 x

41.66 10 6 bottle

x

2.4

Quicker Approach: From solution of Q. 18.

Profit per bottle = Rs 2.4

108

2.4

The overall selling cost of 300 ml and 500 ml (where they are sold in the ratio 4 : 1)

4 14 1 21 77

15 .4 .

=

4 1

5

Cost of production of 300ml bottle = Rs 11.6

Cost of production of 500ml bottle = Rs 17.15

Now, 15.4

4K 11.6 K 17.15 10 8

4K K

108

7.43 10 6 bottles

13.45

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