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In this lesson, an interesting case have been explained by converting into tabular form using 2 different methods.

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Riya Agarwal
I'm here to liberate & share my knowledge. Shortly, all DI and LR lessons will be available, in English & Hindi. Also, past year papers.

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thanks a lot mam for the course ; kindly add some challenging sets to the course which will be of immense help .
Riya Agarwal
a year ago
yes I'll add them soon
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Can you suggest me from where would i get Quants and Verbal ability videos ??
Riya Agarwal
a year ago
We have so many good educators on this platform for quantitative and verbal section as well. Just type whatever you are looking for in the search option, and you'll find it all.????
I didn't find any . recommendations??
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Riya Agarwal
a year ago
On the unacademy learning app, go to explore section >> select test preparation (under categories) >> select "CAT". You'll find everything related to CAT there.
1. Data Intenpretation Based on Caselets Problem Set

2. About Me .I hold a B.E degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. CAT, 17: DI & LR-98.29 %ile I would take you through the DI & LR lessons for CAT . Not all are born Einstein's but trust me with hard work and dedication we can together make it possible

3. Kev Skills Involved I Firstly, identify the variables in the data, the number of instances of the variables provided and the respective inter relationships amongst the variables II. Once the above information is figured out, it can be put into a tabular format to solve the given case. III. Now fill the table with direct data given. Now, with the basic framework, identify the solution to the question being asked. Only focus to solve only to get the answer ofthe question asked NOTE: Transfer any information derived in the process of solving one question onto the table so that it is available for all subsequent questions.

4. Caselet I: DIRECTION: Hari Prasad has recently acquired four companies namely (ABC), (DEF), (OPC) and (XYZ). When the results of the companies for the year 2012 13 were placed before him. He found a few interesting things about them. While the profits of OPC and XYZ were the same, the sales of OPC were the same as those of DEF . Profits of ABC were 10% of its sales, where as the profits of DEF were 20% of its sales. While the total expenses of OPC were 5 times its profits, sales of XYZ were 3 times its profits. The total expenses of OPC were Rs. 10,00,000, the total expenses of ABC were 10% less than those of OPC. Profits are defined as the difference between sales and total expenses

5. Solution SALES [S] TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 9,00,000 [10% less than OPC] PROFIT [P S-E) COMPANIES ABC DEF OPC XYZ 10,00,000 SALES [S] TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 9,00,000 [10% less than OPC] PROFIT [P S E] COMPANIES ABC DEF OPC XYZ 12,00,000 10,00,000 2,00,000

6. Caselet I: DIRECTION: Hari Prasad has recently acquired four companies namely (ABC), (DEF), (OPC) and (XYZ). When the results of the companies for the year 2012 13 were placed before him. He found a few interesting things about them. While the profits of OPC and XYZ were the same, the sales of OPC were the same as those of DEF . Profits of ABC were 10% of its sales, where as the profits of DEF were 20% of its sales. While the total expenses of OPC were 5 times its profits, sales of XYZ were 3 times its profits. The total expenses of OPC were Rs. 10,00,000, the total expenses of ABC were 10% less than those of OPC. Profits are defined as the difference between sales and total expenses

7. Solution SALES [S] TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 9,00,000 [10% less than OPC] PROFIT [P S- E] COMPANIES ABC DEF 12,00,000 OPC 12,00,000 10,00,000 2,00,000 XYZ 2,00,000 SALES [S] TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 9,00,000 [10% less than OPC] COMPANIES PROFIT [P S E] ABC DEF OPC XYZ 6,00,000 2,40,000[20% of sales] 2,00,000 2,00,000 12,00,000 12,00,000 10,00,000

8. Caselet I: DIRECTION: Hari Prasad has recently acquired four companies namely (ABC), (DEF), (OPC) and (XYZ). When the results of the companies for the year 2012 13 were placed before him. He found a few interesting things about them. While the profits of OPC and XYZ were the same, the sales of OPC were the same as those of DEF . Profits of ABC were 10% of its sales, where as the profits of DEF were 20% of its sales. While the total expenses of OPC were 5 times its profits, sales of XYZ were 3 times its profits. The total expenses of OPC were Rs. 10,00,000, the total expenses of ABC were 10% less than those of OPC. Profits are defined as the difference between sales and total expenses

9. Solution SALES [S]TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 9,00,000 PROFIT [P S E] 10% of sales 2,40,000[20% of sales] 2,00,000 2,00,000 COMPANIES ABC DEF 12,00,000 OPC XYZ6,00,000 [3P] 12,00,000 10,00,000 COMPANIES SALES [S] TOTAL EXPENSES [E] 10,00,000 12,00,000 12,00,000 XYZ 6,00,000 9,00,000 9,60,000 10,00,000 4,00,000 PROFIT P S E] 1,00,000 2,40,000 2,00,000 2,00,000 DEF OPC

10. Method II