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Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below. The following graph depicts the number of seats won by different political parties in India across four regions North, West, South and East in the year 2007 against the respec...
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Can any one share any link where I can study on graph based question.... I always stuck in graph based question..... how do I prepare!

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how to draw the graph of  lx+yl=4 ??

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Will be really an awesome experience to share his expertise.

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y = x - 4; 0 ≤ x

9 - 3/2x , 5 ≤ x ≤ 10

Also determine the maximum and minimum values of y in the given domain.
Its from time material. now the solution says the max value occurs at x = 5 so pl explain this .

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Pl provide the logic and answer of the following question

F(x)=x for x≤2
=2 for 2≤ 3
=x - 1 for 3

I have already seen its graph but let me know how to solve the equations.😁
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FORE school not accepting CMAT SCORE?

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@Clark-Kent

Answer the questions on the basis of the information given below.

The following graph depicts the number of seats won by different political parties in India across four regions North, West, South and East in the year 2007 against the respective amount of expenditure (in lakhs) allotted to these parties. On the vertical axis, the number of seats won by any party in excess of 40 is indicated in the

brackets. However, for these observations the value in the horizontal axis is correctly depicted. No party other than those mentioned here contested the elections.

Which of the following pairs of political parties won equal number of seats across the country?

1) OCP, DPI (M)

2) CSP, DPI

3) DPI, TP

4) CSP, SJD Skip

2) CSP , DPI

D.v.shah
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How many questions comes from DI in section 1.?

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PFA the screenshot of the graph based problem. Please answer the question below :

If the capacity at P2 is fully utilized then what is the least possible cost incurred per day in (Rs Thousand) in transporting all the coffee beans to the processing unit
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