Directions : Study the following bar chart carefully and answer the questions given beside.

The following graph gives the information of milk production (in billion litres) in 6 different countries of the world.

(Assume that there are only six countries in the world which produce milk)

1 billion = 100 crore = 10000 lakhs

Global Milk Production (2017)

Important for :
1
What percentage of the total milk production in the world in 2017 is contributed by India’s total milk production in that year?
» Explain it
B
The total quantity of milk produced in the world in the year 2017 = 46.8 + 35.7 + 34.3 + 31.1 + 30.3 + 23.7 = 201.9 billion litres

The total quantity of milk produced in India in that year = 46.8 billion litres

 Reqd. % = 46.8 × 100 =  23.17% 201.9

Hence, option B is correct.
2
What is the difference between the total quantity of milk produced by France, Russia, and Germany together in the year 2017 and that by Brazil, China, and India together in that year?
» Explain it
D
The total quantity of milk produced by France, Russia, and Germany together in the year 2017 = 31.1 + 30.3 + 23.7 = 85.1 billion litres

The total quantity of milk produced by Brazil, China, and India together in that year = 46.8 + 35.7 + 34.3 = 116.8 billion litres

The required difference = 116.8 – 85.1 = 31.7 billion litres

Hence, opton D is correct.
3
Find the maximum difference between the quantity of milk produced by any two countries?
» Explain it
B
From the chart, it is clear that the maximum difference will be the difference between the quantity of milk produced by India and that of France = 46.8 – 23.7 = 23.1 billion litres

Hence, option B is correct.
4
Find the average of the total quantity of milk produced in the world in the year 2017?
» Explain it
B
The total quantity of milk produced in the world in the year 2017 = 46.8 + 35.7 + 34.3 + 31.1 + 30.3 + 23.7 = 201.9 billion litres

 Reqd. average = 201.9 = 33.65 billion litres 6

Hence, option B is correct.

5
The quantity of milk produced by India in the year 2017 is what percentage more than that of Russia in that year?
» Explain it
E
The quantity of milk produced by India in the year 2017 = 46.8 billion litres

The quantity of milk produced by Russia in the year 2017 = 30.3 billion litres

 Reqd. % = (46.8 - 30.3) × 100 = 54.45% 30.3

Hence, option E is correct.

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