Answer:B Explanation:Let the total expenditures be Rs. x. Then, the expenditure on Research and Development (R & D) = Rs. (5% of x) = Rs. ( 5 x x ) 100 = Rs. ( x ) . 20 Therefore Ratio of the total expenditure to the expenditure on R & D = ( x ) x/20 = ( 20 ) . 1 Then, the total expenditure is 20 times the expenditure of Research and Development.

Answer:D Explanation:Let the total expenditure be Rs. x crores. Then, 15% of x = 2.10 => x = ( 2.10 x 100 ) = 14. 15 Therefore Total expenditure = Rs. 14 crores and so, the difference between the expenditures on transport and taxes = Rs. [(12.5 - 10)% of 14] crores = Rs. [2.5% of 14] crores = Rs. 0.35 crores = Rs. 35 lakhs

Answer:D Explanation:Let the total amount of expenditures be Rs. x. Then, the total expenditure on infrastruture and transport = Rs. [(20 + 12.5)% of x] = Rs. [32.5% of x] = Rs. ( 32.5x ) 100 and total expenditure on taxes and interest on loans = Rs. [(10 + 17.5)% of x] = Rs. [27.5% of x] = Rs. ( 27.5x ) 100 Therefore Required ratio = ( 32.5x/100 ) = 13 . 27.5x/100 11

Answer:C Explanation:Let the total expenditure be Rs. x crores. Then, 17.5% of x = 2.45 => x = 14. Therefore Total expenditure = Rs. 14 crores. and so, the total expenditure on advertisement, taxes and Research and Development = Rs. [(15 + 10 + 5)% of 14] crores = Rs. [30% of 14] crores = Rs. 4.2 crores.

Answer:D Explanation:Let the total amount of expenditures be Rs. x. Then, the expenditure on interest on loans = Rs. (17.5% of x) = Rs. ( 17.5 x ) 100 and the expenditure on transport = Rs. (12.5% of x) = Rs. ( 12.5 x ) . 100 Therefore Difference between the two expenditures = Rs. ( 17.5x - 12.5x ) 100 100 = Rs. ( 5x ) 100 and so, the required percentage = ( 5x/100 x 100 ) % = 40%. 12.5x/100