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**Direction: ** Answer the question on the basis of the information given below.

The table given below shows information about the toys manufactured by 6 different companies. Each company manufactures only two types of toys – vehicles and dolls. Among toy vehicles each company manufactures Cars and Trucks only. The table shows the number of toy vehicles as a percentage of total toys manufactured by each company. It also shows the ratio of Cars and Trucks manufactured. Each company manufactured a total of 50000 toys in a year.

Company | Toy vehicles | Cars : Trucks |

R | 50 % | 1:4 |

S | 70% | 3:1 |

T | 40% | 1:1 |

U | 30% | 1:2 |

V | 60% | 2:3 |

W | 40% | 2:1 |

**What percentage of the total number of toys produced by company S is the total number of cars produced by the same company?**

#### Options

52.5%

45.5%

75.5%

35.5%

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#### Solution

52.5%

**Explanation:**

According to the information given in the table, the percentage of total toys produced by company S represented by the number of toy cars produced by the same company can be calculated as:

`70/100 xx 3/4 xx 100 = 52.5%`

Hence, 52.5% is the correct.

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