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Analyze the given data for exports and imports of rubber in Rs. crores from 2016 to 2017 and answer the questions based on the analysis.
Question 58 : The maximum difference between imports and exports is
Note: Difference, is always positive. It is always bigger number – smaller number.
From the table, the maximum difference between imports and exports is 120 Cr in 2014.
Therefore, the maximum difference between imports and exports is 120 Cr.
Tip: We need the difference to be maximum, so search for a combination, where one of the bar is longest and other one is the shortest.
Here, in 2014, Imports at 320 Cr is the maximum of all years and Exports at 200 is the minimum of all years.
The question is "The maximum difference between imports and exports is"
Choice C is the correct answer
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