**This is one of the questions which is frequently asked in Data analysis section.**

**(2)What was the percentage increase in the sale of B type cars from 2010 to 2011?**

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**Here is the simple trick that you can use to get the answer in seconds. Take your time to understand the concept and try different problems using this trick.

We have tried to make it simple for you to understand so it goes into 3 steps, but once you get a hang of it you can actually get the answer mentally.

**Step 1:**Compare the number of parts of company B for the years 2010 and 2011

**Step 2:**Find out by how much the number of parts has increased.

**Step 3:**Multiply the result obtained in step 2 with the scale used in the above graph.(Scale=common measure taken on the y-axis)

Number of parts of B in 2010=5

Number of parts of B in 2011=9

Increase =(9-5)/5= 4/5

% Increase=(9-5/5)*100

% Increase =80%

**Ans % increase in the sale of B type cars=80%**

wrong Answer …..bullshit….

4/5 *100 = 80%

or

20/25 * 100 = 80%

in the solution method is correct, only the values they have taken is wrong… otherwise okay… 🙂

vai thoda galti hua…………………..(4/5)*100=80% is the correct answer

this has given the absolute increase! this is misleading and has to be pulled down ASAP!

wtf…