# CAT Online Live Classes

Data Interpretation June 24, 2017

### Concepts discussed on June 24, 2017

#### Data Interpretation - Pie Charts & Multiple Graphs

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#### Pie Charts

Total revenues are Rs. 1800 crores. Overall profit margin is 10%. The division with the largest revenue has the least profit margin but not the least profits. The division with the profit margin higher than all others generates the least profit. Exactly one division has the same profit margin as the overall Company. Company D generates more profits than Company E.

1. How much profit did Company A make?

1. Rs. 50 Crores
2. Rs. 25 Crores
3. Rs. 30 Crores
4. Rs. 60 Crores
2. What was the profit margin for company B?

1. 12.33%
2. 8.33%
3. 11.11%
4. 12.5%
3. How much profit did company E make?

1. Rs. 40 Crores
2. Rs. 35 Crores
3. Rs. 50 Crores
4. Rs. 60 Crores
4. Which company saw a profit margin of 13.33%? * (Non-multiple choice based question)

#### Multiple Graphs

Godliness Inc, a religious firm run by good Samaritans likes to plant clues about its revenue numbers so that its employees get a near spiritual aha moment while uncovering them.
The company has 5 divisions P, Q, R, S and T. The year 2012 was declared the year of Satan as the company saw a revenue decline of 2.727% in that year. Apart from this year, the company saw a good half-decade from 2010 to 2014.
The 2010 and 2014 revenue break-ups are as follows. Total revenues in 2010 was Rs. 1000 crores and the company saw a 28% growth in revenue over the period from 2010 to 2014

The yoy growth rates seen in 2014 are given in the table below

The revenue numbers added per division in 2012 are given in the chart shown below

The break-up of revenues added in 2011 are as shown below. Note that this pie chart gives the break-up of the total revenues ADDED in the year 2011 and not the total revenues of the year 2011. This merely charts the increments.

1. What was the total revenue in Rs. crores in 2012?

2. Which year saw the highest percentage growth in revenues?

3. What were the revenues in in Rs. Crores division Q in 2011?

4. What were the revenues in in Rs. Crores division R in 2012?