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Here Navdeep Kaur is discussing Line chart Data interpretations with expected Questions for CBSE UGC NET

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Navdeep Kaur
JRF Awardee, NET qualified with over 7 years of teaching experience & Expert in NTA UGC NET JRF.

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June 10 ka at time 06.09 per answers plywood hoga kunki after calculating it come 133.33 or saw timber ka 80%
mam ap kitni mehnat karte ho thanku muje DI se darr lg rha tha apki wajh se DI to kya sare subjects hi easy lagne lage
Not only helpful but interesting too. Thank you.
  1. Data interpretation Line Charts DI Basics, tips and tricks To solve all types of Questions For CBSE UGC NET And all Competitive Exams By Navdeep Kaur


  2. December 2006 Study the following graph and answer the following questions: 1. In the year 2000, which of the ollowing Companies earned maximum percent profit? Year 2000 -Year 2001 (B) b c) d Answer D 2. In the year 2001, which of the ollowing Companies earned minimum percent profit? 20 C) d COMPANY nswer A


  3. 3. In the years 2000 and 2001, which of the following Companies earned maximum average percent profit? Year 2000 ..---. Year 2001 C) d (D) b 70 Answer A 30 COMPANY


  4. Study the following graph and answe questions numbered from 4 to 5 Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the vear 2006? A) ab B) ce C) cd 2006 100 nswer EB 5. Which of the firms got maximum profit growth rate in the year 2007? (A) bd 40 20 B) ac C) bed D) ace Firms nswer A


  5. +3 hich of the following graphs does no represent reqular (periodic) behaviour o the variable fft)? +1 (A) 1 2. f B) C) 3 (D) 4 Answer C 2 +1 4. f(t -1


  6. une 2010 In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tones. Study the chart and answer the following questions 21 18 15 12 1. Which product shows the maximum percentage increase in price over the period? (A) Saw timbe (B) Plywood (C) Log (D) None of the above Answer A Price in Rupces 3 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 X _ = Plywood_._ = Saw Timber-*-= Log


  7. 2 ? 18 June 2010 In the following chart, the price of logs is shown in per cubic metre and that of Plywood and Saw Timber in per tones. Study the chart and answer the following questions 21 18 15 12 1. Which product shows the maximum percentage increase in price over the period? (A) Saw timber (B) Plywood C) Log D) None of the above Answer A Phs 7-2 Price in Rupces 3 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 X --+-= Plywood--"-= Saw Timber-= Log


  8. In whichyear the prices of two products increased and that of the third increased? A) 2000 (B) 2002 (C) 2003 (D) 2006 Answer B 21 18 15 12 Price in Rupces 3 20002001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 X -.-_ Plywood- -= Saw Timber-*-= Log


  9. Directions (Q. Nos. 1-3): Consider the following graph where the prices of timber are given for the period 1997-2003. The prices for plywood and sawn timber are given in Rs./m3 while the price of logs is given in Rs. /tonne. Assume 1 tonne in equal to 1000 kg and one cubic meter of logs weighs 800 kg The maximum increase in price per cubic meter for any product between two years was a) Rs. 2500 b) Rs. 3000 (c) Rs. 2000 (d) Rs. 4125 Timber Product Prizes 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 1997 14000 10000 4000 4000 4500 1998 17000 12000 1999 18000 13000 2000 19000 13500 4000 2001 19000 13750 4500 2002 17500 14000 5000 2003 20000 16000 7000 Plywood -0-Swan Timber Logs


  10. The maximum increase in price per cubic meter for any product between two years was a) Rs. 2500 b) Rs. 3000 c) Rs. 2000 (d) Rs. 4125 Simple logic is if price for 1000 kg is 4000 then price for 800 kg cannot be more than Difference (Rs./m3) m5) 1997 1000 4000 0.8-3200 3000 4000*0.8-3200 4500 0.8-3600 4000*0.8-3200 4500*0.8-3600 1500 5000 0.8-4000 2500 |7000*0.8=5600 14000 120002000 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 17000 13000 13500 13750 14000 16000 1000 500 250 250 2000 180001000 19000 19000 17500 20000 400 -400 400 400 1600 1000


  11. n 2003, the total sales of the company measured in cubic meters was made up o140% plywood, 30 -sawn timber and 30% logs.The average realisationper cubic meter i 2003 was closest t a) Rs. 16500 b) Rs. 13500 c) Rs. 14480 (d) Rs. 18000 Sawn Timber Difference Plywood (Rs./ Difference Logs (Rs./m) Difference (Rs./m3) m) 1997 1998 1999 2000 13500 2001 2002 2003 14000 17000 18000 19000 19000 17500 20000 4000 0.8-3200 3000 4000 0.8-3200 1000 4500 0.8-3600 4000 0.8-3200 4500 0.8-3600 5000 0.8-4000 2500 7000 0.8-5600 10000 12000 13000 2000 1000 500 250 250 2000 400 -400 400 400 1600 1000 13750 14000 16000


  12. 2004, the prices of plywood, sawn timber and logs went up by 5%, 1% and respectively and the total sales were made up of 40% plywood, 30% sawn tim e and 30% logs. The average realisation per cubic meter in 2004 was closest to a) Rs. 150 (b) Rs. 16150 c) Rs.14500 d) Rs.18500 Sawn Timber Difference Pywood (Rs. Difference Logs (Rs./m2) Difference (Rs./m3) hi m) 14000 17000 18000 19000- 19000 17500 2000 4000 0.8-3200 4000 0.8-3200 4500*0.8-3600 4000 0.8-3200 4500 0.8-3600 5000 0.8-4000 7000*0.8=5600 1997 10000 199812000 2000 1000 500 250 250 2000 3000 1000 1000 1999 2000 2001 13750 2002 2003 400 -400 400 400 1600 13000 13500 14000 1500 16000 2500