The sales of a salesman in a week are given below in a pie diagram. Study the diagram and answer the following questions. If the total sales due to salesman A' is Rs. 18,000, then (a) find the sales of each salesman. (b) find the salesman with the highest sales. (c) find he difference between the highest sale and the lowest sale. (d) find the total sales.

The sales of salesmen in a week are given in the pie diagram. Study the diagram and answer the following questions. If the total sale due to salesman A is Rs. 18,000, then:
a. Find the total sale.
b.Find the sale of each salesman.
c. Find the salesman with the highest sale.
d. Find the difference between the highest sale and the lowest sale.



Sol.






Sale of any salesman  
=
θ
×
Total Sales




3600











a. To find Total Sales.






Sales Made by Salesman A
=
900
×
Total Sales




3600











∴ 18000
=
1
×
Total Sales

[Given]


4











∴ 18000 × 4
=


Total Sales









∴ Total Sales
=
Rs. 72000











b, To find the Sales of each
each salesman













Sale made by Salesman A
=
Rs. 18000



[Given]







Sale made by Salesman B
=
θ
×
Total Sales




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman B
=
1200
×
72000




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman B
=
1
×
72000




3











∴ Sale made by Salesman B
=
 Rs. 24000











Sale made by Salesman C
=
θ
×
Total Sales




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman C
=
800
×
72000




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman C
=
 Rs. 16000











Sale made by Salesman D
=
θ
×
Total Sales




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman D
=
700
×
72000




3600











∴ Sale made by Salesman C
=
 Rs. 14000











c. To Find the salesman with
the highest sale.













The Salesman with the highest
sales is Salesman B and he has
made a sale of worth Rs. 24,000.













D. To find the difference between
the highest sale and the lowest sale.













Highest sale = Rs. 24000






Lowest Sale = Rs. 14000













∴ Difference between the
highest and lowest Sale
=
24000 –
 14000
=
Rs. 10,000