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Venkatesan S
IIM Bangalore Alumni | Cleared CAT 2015 | Cleared IIM B, C, L, K & I

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awesome explanations .maam plz do add class 9,10 and 11 ncert as well it will be really helpful.
1. DATA INTERPRETATION Video 11 Pie Chart Venkatesan S IIMB Alumni

2. Question #11 Statistics Electronics 20.00% In the recent flash sale, a total of 120 sellers sold their products in the ecommerce website. The products categories are Electronics, Apparels, Appliances, Footwear and Groceries. The following pie chart shows the percentage distribution of various categorys to which the participant companies belong Grocerie 35.00% Apparels; 15.00% Appliances 10.00% Footwear: 20.00%

3. Question #11 Statistics lectronics 18.00% The total number of products sold in first minute were 715. It was bought by 250 unique customers. None of the customer bought more than 7 products. Groceri 34 .00% Apparels 12.00% This pie - chart shows the percentage distribution of categories from which products are sold to Unique customers. Appliances 6.00% Footwear 30

4. Question #11 In the first minute, which category sold the maximum number of products? A) Groceries B) Footwear C) Electronics D) Apparels

5. Question #11 What is the minimum possible number of customers who bought Electronics products? A) 43 B) 139 C) 45 D) None of these

6. Question #11 The least possible difference between the number of products sold by companies selling the Appliances and Groceries category is? A)70 B) 10 C) 55 D) 85

7. Question #11 In the first minute, which category sold the maximum number of products? A) Groceries B) Footwear C) Electronics D) Apparels 65% of 120 78 78 * 7 546 No of remaining products = 169. 715-546 No of products sold in Grocery 169 Second highest % of sellers are in Footwear and Electronics-20% 20% of 120-24 24 7 168

8. Question #11 What is the minimum possible number of customers who bought Electronics products? A) 43 B) 139 C) 45 D) None of these 80% of 120 96 967 672 No of remaining products 43. 715- 672- No of products sold in Electronics 43 However, as per second graph, % of Electronics product sold to Unique customers-18% >250 18%45

9. Question #11 The least possible difference between the number of products sold by companies selling the Appliances and Groceries category is? A)70 B) 10 C) 55 D) 85 Maximize Appliances & Minimize Groceries Min. Grocery 169 Max Appliance 120*10%--12 * 7 84 Diff 169 8485