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In this lesson, problem 4 from the mock test paper have been discussed.

Riya Agarwal
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Little bit explaination is not clear !!!!
much needed mam. very helpful .please do upload more and more . Thank you.
Riya Agarwal
7 months ago
Yes Avik, I'll. Thanks😊😊👍
Good Content of questions! Thanks :)
Riya Agarwal
7 months ago
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  1. CAT DILR MOCKTEST 1


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  3. SOLUTION


  4. PROBLEM 4


  5. DIRECTIONS FOR Q.13- Q16 Each of the five countries A, B, C, D and E have a different values of export and a different value of imports. For each country both the export and import values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. Further the difference between the value of exports and the value of imports of any country is called as the trade surplus of that country, if the value of the exports is more the value of imports and as the trade deficit, if the value of the exports is less than the value of imports. The value of exports of each of the five countries is different and also the value of the imports of each of the five countries is different. For any country, the value of the exports is not equal to that of the imports. The country B has a trade surplus of 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus. Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit.


  6. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING: Q13. The value of the exports of country B is the same as the value of the imports of country l) A ) 3) D 4) E Q14.The trade deficit of the country (in billion $) which has the highest trade deficit is (Non- MCQ) Q15.The country with the highest trade surplus is 1) A 2) B 3) D 4) cannot be determined Q16. If the total trade of a country is the sum of the values of its exports and imports, which country had the least total trade? 1) B 2) 3) D 4) E


  7. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK


  8. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK +100


  9. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 450 350 +100


  10. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 450 350 +100


  11. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 450 350 +100 300 300


  12. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500. The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D. The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 450 250 500 300 350 300 250 450/500 +100


  13. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500 The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus. Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 350 450 250 500 300 450 350 300 250 500 +100


  14. SOLUTION Values in (in $ billion) are among 250, 300, 350, 450 and 500 The country B has a trade surplus of $ 100 billion and the value of its imports is more than that of country D The value of the imports of country C is the same as that of the exports of country E but neither of the countries has a trade surplus. Only two of the countries had a trade surplus and no two countries had the same trade deficit. EXPORT IMPORT! REMARK 350 450 250 500 300 450 350 300 250 500 -100 +100 -50 +250 200


  15. ANSWER THE FOLLOWING: Q13. The value of the exports of country B is the same as the value of the imports of country l) A ) 3) D 4) E Q14.The trade deficit of the country (in billion $) which has the highest trade deficit is (Non- MCQ) Q15.The country with the highest trade surplus is 1) A 2) B 3) D 4) cannot be determined Q16. If the total trade of a country is the sum of the values of its exports and imports, which country had the least total trade? 1) B 2) 3) D 4) E