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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.
How much profit did Company A make?
What was the profit margin for company B?
How much profit did company E make?
Which company saw a profit margin of 13.33%?
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The break-up of the students in a university by subject major is given in the polar pie-chart. The bar chart shows the number of students who major in physics by geographic location.
How many students major in chemistry?
If the proportion of physics majors who are from Delhi is the same as the proportion of engineering majors who are from Delhi, how many engineering majors are from Delhi?
12% of all students are from Chennai. What is the largest possible percentage of economics students that can be from Chennai, rounded oﬀ to the nearest integer?
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