DATA INTERPRETATION Agricultural Production Venkatesan S IIMB Alumni

Chart Title 400 350 337,41 Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below: The annual sugarcane production (in million tonnes) in India for the period 2000-2006 is shown in the bar graph given below. 295.96 297.21 287.38 300 281.17 250 233.86 237.09 200 150 100 50 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Year

(1) What is the approximate average annual sugarcane production (in million tonnes) in India for the period 2010-2015? (a) 281.4 (b) 326.5 (c) 272.1 (d) 328.3

(2) The sugarcane production in India in the year 2017 increases by 15% over the year 2016. What is the approximate compounded annual growth rate of sugarcane production in India over the period 2014-2017? (a) 19% (b) 17% (c) 16% (d) 18%

(3) Out of the following, which year has shown the highest percentage increase in sugarcane production in India compared to the previous year? (a) 2011 (b) 2014 (c) 2015 (d) 2016

(1) What is the approximate average annual sugarcane production (in million tonnes) in India for the period 2010-2015? (a) 281.4 (b) 326.5 (c) 272.1 (d) 328.3 (295.96 297.21 287.38 233.86+ 237.09 281.17)/6 272.1

(1) What is the approximate average annual sugarcane production (in million tonnes) in India for the period 2010-2015? ( ) 281.4 ( ) 326.5 (c) 272.1 (d) 328.3 Chart Title 400 350 7.41 295.96 297.21 300 287.38 281.17 250 233.86 237.09 200 150 100 (295.96 297.21 287.38 233.86+ 237.09 281.17)/6 272.1 50 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

(2) The sugarcane production in India in the year 2017 increases by 15% over the year 2016. What is the approximate compounded annual growth rate of sugarcane production in India over the period 2014-2017? (a) 19% (b) 17% (c) 16% (d) 18% 2017 1.15 * 337.41 388.02 CAGRs (38802)(1/3)-1-17.84%-18% 237.09

(3) Out of the following, which year has shown the highest percentage increase in sugarcane production in India compared to the previous year? (a) 2011 (b) 2014 (c) 2015 (d) 2016 Chart Title 400 350 7.41 295.96 297.21 300 287.38 281.17 250 233.86 237.09 200 44.08 / 237.09 56.24 / 281.17 18.xx% 20.xx% 150 100 50 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Siddharth Jha

a year ago

ma'am, in the beginning of this video as well as at the end of the last video you mentioned something being an 'iff' condition. could you please clarify

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Supriya Singhal

a year ago

I said that whenever a theorem or a question has iff mentioned that means that things has two parts
necessary and sufficient conditions to be proven.
suppose the questions is prove a=b iff c=d then you need to prove two parts
a. prove c=d (assuming a=b)
b. prove a=b (assuming (c=d)