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Out of the two bar graphs provided below, one shows the amounts (in Lakh Rs.) invested by a Company in purchasing raw materials over the years and the other shows the values (in Lakh Rs.) of finished goods sold by the Company over the years.

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The maximum difference between the amount invested in Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods was during the year?

 A.

1995

 B.

1996

 C.

1997

 D.

1998

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Solution:
Option(C) is correct

The differences between the amount invested in raw material and the value of sales of finished goods for various years are:

For 1995,

$=\text{ Rs. }(200 - 120)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 80\text{ lakhs.}$

For 1996,

$=\text{ Rs. }(300 - 225)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 75\text{ lakhs.}$

For 1997,

$=\text{ Rs. }(500 - 375)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 125\text{ lakhs.}$

For 1998,

$=\text{ Rs. }(400 - 330)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 70\text{ lakhs.}$

For 1999,

$=\text{ Rs. }(600 - 525)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 75\text{ lakhs.}$

For 2000,

$=\text{ Rs. }(460 - 420)\text{ lakhs }$

$=\text{ Rs.} 40\text{ lakhs.}$

Clearly, maximum difference was during 1997


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