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## MBA Entrance Logical Reasoning and Direct Interpretation, Tables, Module 2

Hello once again, we are going to start with the second session on Tables. So let us consider this

Table Set, the primary information given here is a survey was conducted in the six departments of a

company in order to estimate the levels of satisfaction of the employees with the top management

of the company. The table below gives what percentage of employees from each department has

given what response. The responses here are Very Satisfied, Satisfied, Not Satisfied and Need to be

Changed. And the departments here are Marketing, Finance, Operations, IT, Logistics and

Productions.

So let’s start with the first question. Which response was given by the highest number of the

employees in the company? Here in this set the values given in this table are in terms of percentage.

They are not the actual numbers, and the base for this percentage is the number of employees in

that department. Since the number of employees across departments is not known to us, hence my

answer is, cannot be determined. I can manage to get the answer if there was a particular response

which was highest in terms of percentage with respect to other three responses and that particular

response was highest that is true for all the departments, then irrespective of the number of

employees, I can say that particular response should be my answer. But here that is not the case so

my answer is cannot be determined.

So let’s move out to the second question. Which department amongst the six has maximum

percentage of its employees giving ‘need to be changed’ as response? Now when I consider need to

be changed as a response the highest percentage is 43%, and which is from Logistics department. So