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 If the income of the two companies in 1998 were equal, what was the ratio of their expenditures?

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Expenditure of Company A in 1998 ( E_{1} ) = Income of Company A in 1998 x 100 100 + % profit Expenditure of Company B in 1998 ( E_{2} ) = Income of Company B in 1998 x 100 100 + % profit
Ratio of their expenditures = E_{1} : E_{2}Correct Option: B
Let the income of the two companies in 1998 be P.
Expenditure of Company A in 1998 ( E_{1} ) = P × 100 100 + 35 Expenditure of Company B in 1998 ( E_{2} ) = P × 100 100 + 30 Ratio of their expenditures = E_{1} : E_{2} = 100 x 130 = 26 : 27 . 135 100
 If the income of Company A in 2002 was $ 600 billion, what was its expenditure?

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Given in question : Income of Company A in 2002 = $ 600 billion
As per given line graph Profit = 60%Expenditure of Company A in 2002 = Income of Company A in 2002 x 100 100 + % profit
Correct Option: C
Given in question : Income of Company A in 2002 = $ 600 billion
As per given line graph Profit = 60%
Use the below formula to calculate the Expenditure.Expenditure of Company A in 2002 = Income of Company A in 2002 x 100 100 + % profit Expenditure of Company A in 2002 = 600 x 100 = $ 375 billion 160
 If the income of Company B and A in 1998 was same, what was its profit in 1999?

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We can not find out the amount of profit in 1998, we do not know the income and expenditure of A and B.
Correct Option: D
We can not find out the amount of profit in 1998, we do not know the income and expenditure of A and B, therefore option (d) is the correct choice.
 What is the percent increase in profit for company B from year 2000 to 2001?

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Required % Increase in Profit = Total increase in profit x 100% Initial profit Required % Increase in Profit = Profit in 2001  Profit in 2000 x 100% Profit in 2000
Correct Option: A
Required % Increase in Profit = Total increase in profit x 100% Initial profit Required % Increase in Profit = Profit in 2001  Profit in 2000 x 100% Profit in 2000 % Increase in Profit = 35  20 x 100 = 75 % 20
 If the expenditure of Company B in 2000 was $ 200 billion, what was its income?

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As per given line graph,
Percentage Profit in 2000 by Company B = 20 %
As per given question,
Expenditure of Company B in 2000 = 200 billion $
Use the below formula to calculate the Income of company in 2000Income of Company B in 2000 = Expenditure of Company B in 2000 x 100 + % Profit 100
Correct Option: A
As per given line graph,
Percentage Profit in 2000 by Company B = 20 %
As per given question,
Expenditure of Company B in 2000 = 200 billion $
Use the below formula to calculate the Income of company in 2000Income of Company B in 2000 = Expenditure of Company B in 2000 x 100 + % Profit 100 Income of Company B in 2000 = 200 x 120 = $ 240 billion 100