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In 2000, 12.6% of the revenues of company A were from [#permalink]  25 Oct 2006, 12:17
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In 2000, 12.6% of the revenues of company A were from product X. If the amount of the revenue on X was 7.2 million, what was the amount of the revenue from none-X products?
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Re: PS - Revenues [#permalink]  25 Oct 2006, 14:17
KC wrote:
In 2000, 12.6% of the revenues of company A were from product X. If the amount of the revenue on X was 7.2 million, what was the amount of the revenue from none-X products?

Set up an equation:

12.6/100 = 7.2Million/X

So X = Total Revenue is 57,142,857 hence revenue from non product X items it 57,142,857 - 7,200,000 = 49,942,857 or around 50MM
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49.94 approx [#permalink]  25 Oct 2006, 14:18
Assume Rev 1000
X rev = 126 Rest = 874

When x is 126 Rest = 874
When x = 7.2 mil then rest = 874*7.2/126

x=49.94 approx
49.94 approx   [#permalink] 25 Oct 2006, 14:18
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