## Guesstimate 9 : The number of people wearing watches in Bangalore

Ans: Let’s assume population of Bangalore as 10 million and the day today is a working day for every age group And age group wise population ...

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Ans: Let’s assume population of Bangalore as 10 million and the day today is a working day for every age group And age group wise population ...

Continue readingLet’s start with the population of Delhi which is 2 Crores. We will divide this population into two groups- 1. Family(80%) = ...

Continue readingAns: Let’s start with the population of the country ~ 1.3 Billion (1300 million) Rural - 70% = 900 million Urban 400 million

Continue readingAns: Let’s assume the airport can accommodate 10 planes at once and handle 5 runways. Average length of runway = 2000m Width ...

Continue readingApproach: India has a population of approx 1.2B People. About 20% are BPL and would therefore not use surf excel. Remaining population: o.8*1.2B = 0.96B people.

Continue readingApproach:If we take Mumbai and say Blue Dart, it will take 1 delivery truck for a region like Andheri from the regional distribution centre.

Continue readingAns: We will use the method of Demand and Supply Total population of India = 1.2bn or 1200 Mn Male = 700 Mn ...

Continue readingQ1. Estimate the number of office chairs sold in India. Approach:- To estimate the numbers of office chairs sold in India, ...

Continue readingApproach The population of India is - 1,300,000,000 i.e. 1.3BInternet penetration in India is - 30% Assumed Population Distribution ...

Continue readingQ1. What is a Sample? A. A data sample is a set of data collected and the world selected from a statistical population by a defined procedure. The elements of a sample are known as sample points, sampling units or observations. Q2. Define Population.

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