Answer:D Explanation:Although it seems to be Commodore, the answer cannot be determined due to the fact that we are unaware of the break-up of the sales value and volume of companies compromising the other categories.
Over the period 2005-2006, if sales (value-wise) of IBM PC's increased by 50% and of Apple by 15% assuming that PC sales of all other computer companies remained the same, by what percentage (approximately) would the PC sales in New York (value-wise) increase over the same period ?
Answer:A Explanation:If we assume the total sales to be 100 in the first year, IBM's sales would go up by 50% (from 28 to 42) contributing an increase of 14 to the total sales value. Similarly, Apple's increase of 15% would contribute an increase of 2.1 to the total sales value. The net change would be 14 + 2.1 on 100. (i.e., 16.1%)
Answer:D Explanation:IBM accounts for 28% of the share by value and 10% of the share by volume. 28% of 1650000 = 28 x 1650000/100 = 462000 10% of 1500 = 10 x 1500/100 = 150 Therefore, average unit sale price = 462000/150 = 3080.