Question

BMW sold 2,367,603 vehicles in 2016. 22% of them sold to China. Let's assume each vehicle was sold at 50,000 euros. What is the total Euro cost?

Answer #1

No of vehicles sold by BMW = 2,367,603

% of portion of vehicle sold to china = 22%

No of vehicles sold to china = 2,367,603*22%

= 520,873

Selling cost of each vehicles = 50,000 euros

Total Euro cost = Selling cost of each vehicles*No of vehicles sold

= 50,000 euros per vehicle*520,873 vehicles

**= 26,043,650,000 euros**

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