DATA INTERPRETATION Course Overview

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Topics Covered 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Introduction to Data Interpretation- Basic concepts and theory Introduction to Tabular data (Tables) Practice questions on tabular data (part-1) Practice questions on tabular data (part-2) Previous year questions on tabular data Introduction to Line Graph Practice questions on line graph (part-1) Practice questions on line graph (part-2) Previous year questions on line graph

10) Introduction to Bar chart 11) Practice questions on bar chart (part-1) 12) Practice questions on bar chart (part-2) 13) Previous year questions on bar chart 14) Introduction to Pie chart 15) Practice questions on pie chart (part-1) 16) Practice questions on pie chart (part-2) 17) Previous year questions on pie chart

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Prerna kumari

2 years ago

Sir, for ques no 15 could you please elaborate in detail how to use the formula for getting EOQ. Please.

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Prerna kumari

2 years ago

I am from electrical so unable to do so.

Pawan Saini

2 years ago

Let take a very simple example..
A company consume 100 units of an item monthly. The cost per unit is 100. Ordering cost is rs 144 rs per order. Holding cost is .9℅ of unit cost. Now if u want to calculate EOQ..Then u will put the value in formula EOQ=√{2×D×Co/Ch}

Pawan Saini

2 years ago

But this formula is based on annual demand..So we will convert demand annually means 100×12=1200 units anually..
Co ie ordering cost will be 144 and holding cost Ch would be .9℅×100 which is unit cost per item..Now we will put these values in formula to get answers..This numerical is coined by me so u will not get the correct answer but you have to use it in this way. It can be further complicated. But for now don't go in that complications.. Just remember this simple formula and methodology..

Prerna kumari

2 years ago

OK sir. Thanks a lot.