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Advanced Numerical Reasoning Test 1
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2. QuestionHow many births, in total, took place in Ringwood during the months of September, October and November?
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3. QuestionAssuming that the birth trend from Coventry seen in the month of December continues into January, how many births will take place in total during the months of November, December and January for Coventry?
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4. QuestionIf the trend in the number of births seen for Alfreton in the month of November continues into the month of December, what reduction in births will Alfreton have had for the month of December compared to what data currently shows?
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5. QuestionChina’s population makes up approximately 17.5% of the world population. What is the approximate population of the world?
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6. QuestionIndia’s unemployed population is approximately twice that of the unemployed population of China and 113, 052, 032 more than the U.S.A’s unemployed population of 14, 291, 878. What is the approximate unemployed population of China?
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7. QuestionIf China’s population was once the same as India’s, what is the percentage rise in China’s population from then to now?
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8. QuestionIf the annual population growth rate for Country X remains constant, how many years are required for the population of COUNTRY X to increase by 120, 601?
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9. QuestionIf both the annual population growth rate and unemployment rate remain the same for all three countries, which country will have the greatest unemployed population by 2013?
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10. QuestionAll countries have an unemployment rate which remains the same until 2013, however, the annual population growth rate now remains the same up until 2012 then increases by 0.3% for countries X and Y and decreases by 0.6% for COUNTRY Z in 2013, which country will now have the greatest unemployed population in 2013?
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Question 1 of 18
1. Question1 points
For Samsung, what was the percent decrease in production from February to March?
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IncorrectProduction in Feb = 50,000
Production in March = 30,000
Hence required percentage decrease = (50,00030,000) x100/50,000 % = 40%


Question 2 of 18
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In August, the production of BlackBerry is approximately what percent of the total production in June?
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IncorrectProduction of BlackBerry in August = 30,000
Production in June = 20,000
So, required percentage = (30,000×100)/20,000 = 150%


Question 3 of 18
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Company B’s revenues in 2005 were approximately?
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IncorrectWe want Company B’s revenues in 2005. We look at the red column above 2005, which has a height slightly above $80,000, certainly less than $90,000 about halfway between them. So the answer is $85,000.


Question 4 of 18
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Of the years shown, the first year when Company B’s revenues overtook Company A’s revenues, how much more money did Company B earn than company A in that year?
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IncorrectFirst, we need to identify the first year in which Company B’s revenues overtook Company A’s revenues. This would be the first year on the chart for which the red column is higher than the blue column. The first time this happens is 2007. In 2007 (A) made something just above $90,000, say $93,000, and (B) made something just below $1, 40,000, say $1, 38,000.
We want to know how much more Company (B) earned, so we subtract: $1, 38,000 – $93,000 = $45,000.


Question 5 of 18
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What was the percentage decrease in Company A’s revenue from 2007 to 2008?
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IncorrectIn 2007, A made something just above $90K, say $93K. In 2008, A made something just above $960,000, say $63,000.
For approximation purposes, let’s just round these to $90,000 and $60,000respectively
If the revenues went from $90K in 2007 to $60K in 2008, that’s a drop of $30,000, which is onethird of the starting value $90K.
Onethird as a percent is 33.3%, so the percentage decrease is going to be something very close to 33.3% percent.


Question 6 of 18
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If we calculate the ratio of Company B’s revenues to Company A’s revenues from 2003 to 2008, by what percent was this ratio increased?
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Notice that the answer choices are very widely spaced, which means we have free rein to approximate in answering this question. First, we have to approximate the two values of the ratio. In 2003, (A) earns approximately $130,000, and (B) earns just over $20,000. I’m going to approximate B’s earnings as $26,000, so that both the numerator and denominator are divisible by 13. Then the ratio becomes:
Ratio B: (A) in 2003 = 26/130 = (2 x 13)/(10 x 13) = 2/10 = 0.2
Then, in 2008, A earns just over $60,000, and B earns something over $150,000, so we are going to approximate them as $60,000 and $1, 50,000 respectively. Then:
Ratio B: (A) in 2008 = 150/60 = (5 x30)/(2 x 30) = 5/2 = 2.5
According to our approximation, the ratio has increase by a factor of
Factor = 2.5/0.2 = 25/2 = 12.5 times
Now, a tricky thing about percent increase. If I multiply by 2 (x becomes 2x), that’s a 100% increase. If I multiply by 3 (x becomes 3x), that’s an increase of 2x, a 200% increase. If I multiply by 4 (x becomes 4x), that’s an increase 3x. i.e 300% increase. Here, we multiply 12.5 by x, so, that becomes 12.5 x so that’s an increase of 1150%


Question 7 of 18
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How many more copies of Thor were sold than the copies of XMen?
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IncorrectSold copies of Thor = 65
Sold copies of Xmen = 15
Result = Sold copies of Thor – Sold copies of Xmen
= 65 – 15
= 50


Question 8 of 18
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Which one of these comics was sold the most?
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IncorrectSold copies of Spider Man = 45
Sold copies of Superman = 75
Sold copies of Thor = 65
Sold copies of Iron Man = 25
So, the best sold comics is Superman = 75


Question 9 of 18
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The number of copies sold of which of these comics equal 65?
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IncorrectSold copies of X Men = 15
Sold copies of Thor = 65
Here,
65 > 15
Thor >X Men


Question 10 of 18
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Which of these comic’s exactly 15 copies were sold?
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IncorrectSold copies of X Men = 15
Sold copies of Superman = 75
Sold copies of Thor = 65
Sold copies of Iron Man = 25
Clearly, we can see that Xmen are the comic exactly with 15 copies.


Question 11 of 18
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If you combine the number of Superman comics sold and the number of SpiderMan comics sold, how many would you have in total?
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IncorrectSold copies of Spider Man = 45
Sold copies of Superman = 75
Total = Sold copies of Spider Man + Sold copies of Superman
= 45 + 75 = 120


Question 12 of 18
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What is the difference between the number of Iron Man comics sold and the number of Superman comics sold?
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IncorrectSold copies of Superman = 75
Sold copies of Iron Man = 25
Difference = Sold copies of Superman – Sold copies of Iron Man
= 75 – 25
= 50


Question 13 of 18
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If you combine the amount of Superman, Spider Man comics sold and find the difference with the combined number of XMen, Thor and Iron men comics which were sold, what will be the result?
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IncorrectSold copies of Spider Man = 45
Sold copies of Superman = 75
Total = Sold copies of Spider Man + Sold copies of Superman
= 45 + 75 = 120 …… (Group 1)
Sold copies of X Men = 15
Sold copies of Thor = 65
Sold copies of Iron Man = 25
Total = Sold copies of X Men + Sold copies of Thor+ Sold copies of Iron Man
= 15 + 65 + 25 = 105 …… (Group 2)
Difference = Group 1 – Group 2
= 120 – 105
= 15


Question 14 of 18
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Which level did most of the learners obtain?
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IncorrectLevel 1 = 10%
Level 2 = 40%
Level 3 = 20%
Level 4 = 15%
So the level 2 did the most of the learners obtain.


Question 15 of 18
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What was the percentage of learners who obtained level 2?
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IncorrectLevel 2 have 40%


Question 16 of 18
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Few learners achieved level 7. What was the percentage of learners who achieved this level?
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IncorrectLevel 7 have 2%


Question 17 of 18
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If 120 learners who wrote the examination, how many learners achieved level 4?
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Incorrect(15/100) x 120 learners
= 18


Question 18 of 18
18. Question1 points
Write the ratio of learners who achieved level 3 to those who achieved level 2 in its simplest form.
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IncorrectLevel3: level 2
20:40
1:2

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Question 1 of 18
1. Question1 points
The following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
The maximum difference between the amount invested in Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods was during the year
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IncorrectThe following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
The differences between the amount invested in raw material and the value of sales of finished goods for various years are:
For 1995 = $ (200 – 120) million = $ 80 million.
For 1996 = $ (300 – 225) million = $ 75 million.
For 1997 = $ (500 – 375) million = $ 125 million.
For 1998 = $ (400 – 330) million = $ 70 million.
For 1999 = $(600 – 525) million = $ 75 million.
For 2000 = $ (460 – 420) million = $ 40 million.
Clearly, maximum difference was during 1997


Question 2 of 18
2. Question1 points
The following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years. The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
The value of sales of finished goods in 1999 was approximately what percent of the sum of amount invested in Raw materials in the years 1997, 1998 and 1999?
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IncorrectThe following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
Required percentage:
= [600/((375+330+525))×100]%
= 48.78%
≈49%


Question 3 of 18
3. Question1 points
The following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
What was the difference between the average amount invested in Raw materials during the given period and the average value of sales of finished goods during the same period?
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IncorrectThe following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
Required difference:
= $ [1/6 ×(200+300+500+400+600+460) 1/6×(120+225+375+330+525+420)] millions= $ [(2460/6)(1995/6) ] millions
= $ (410332.5) millions
= $ 77.5 millions


Question 4 of 18
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The following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
In which year, the percentage change (compared to the previous year) in the investment on Raw materials is same as that in the value of sales of finished goods?
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IncorrectThe following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
The percentage changes in the amount invested in rawmaterials and in the value of sales of finished goods for different years are:
Percentage change in Amount invested in raw material:
For 1996 = [((225120))/120×100]% = 87.5%
For 1997 = [((375225))/225×100]% = 66.67%
For 1998 = [((330375))/375×100]% = 12%
For 1999 = [((525330))/330×100]% = 59.09%
For 2000 = [((420525))/525×100]% = 20%
Percentage change in Valueof sales of finished goods:
For 1996 = [((300200))/200×100]% = 50%
For 1997 = [((500300))/300×100]% = 66. 7%
For 1998 = [((400500))/500×100]% = 20%
For 1999 = [((600400))/400×100]% = 50%
For 2000 = [((460600))/600×100]% = 23.33%
Thus, the percentage difference is same during the year 1997


Question 5 of 18
5. Question1 points
The following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
In which year, there has been a maximum percentage increase in the amount invested in Raw materials as compared to the previous year?
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IncorrectThe following graphs give the Raw materials and value of sales of finished goods over the years.
The first graph shows the amount invested in Raw Materials while the graph below it shows the value of sales.
The percentage increase in the amount invested in rawmaterials as compared to the previous year, for different years are:
For 1996 = [((225120))/120×100]% = 87.5%For 1997 = [((375225))/225×100]% = 66.67%
For 1998 there is a decrease
For 1999 = [((525330))/330×100]% = 59.09%
For 2000 there is a decrease
There is maximum percentage increase in 1996.


Question 6 of 18
6. Question1 points
Which 2 items in the cafeteria got the same number of orders?
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IncorrectOrders of Grilled cheese = 50
Orders of Hot dog = 50
From the graph, it is clear that Grilled cheese and Hot dog had the same number of orders.


Question 7 of 18
7. Question1 points
Which of the items got the highest number of orders?
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IncorrectOrders of pizza = 150
Orders of Chicken nuggets = 125
Orders of Grilled cheese = 50
Orders of Hot dog = 50
Orders of Salad = 75
Hence, Pizza had the greatest number of orders.


Question 8 of 18
8. Question1 points
Mrs. Thompson’s students asked their moms what their favorite flower was.
Answer the questions using the information displayed in the bar graphs.
What flower did most of the mothers choose as their favorite?
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IncorrectMrs. Thompson’s students asked their moms what their favorite flower was.
Answer the questions using the information displayed in the bar graphs.
Choice of violet = 8
Choice of tulip = 6
Choice of rose = 13
Choice of daisy = 4
Hence, it is clear that Rose is the flower most mothers choose as their favorite.


Question 9 of 18
9. Question1 points
Mrs. Thompson’s students asked their moms what their favorite flower was.
Answer the questions using the information displayed in the bar graphs.
Four of the mothers chose 2 common flowers. Which are those flowers?
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IncorrectMrs. Thompson’s students asked their moms what their favorite flower was.
Answer the questions using the information displayed in the bar graphs.
Choice of daisy = 4
Choice of lily = 4
Daisy and Lily are 2 common flowers.


Question 10 of 18
10. Question1 points
This bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
How many more runs scored by the player P3 would have made the ratio of the runs scored by the players P3 to the runs scored by P7 as 6:5?
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IncorrectThis bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
Let, the player P3 score x’ runs more.
According to the condition given, we have:(5350+x)/7215= 6/5
=>x= 3308
Hence option (D) is the correct choice.


Question 11 of 18
11. Question1 points
This bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
What is the approximate percentage contribution of the runs scored by P3 and P7 together in the total runs scored by all the given players during their 7 year career?
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IncorrectThis bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
The required percentage:
= (5350 + 7215)/(2600+1070+5350+7215+2400+1440+2110+1840+1900+3880+3315)x 100
= 38%


Question 12 of 18
12. Question1 points
This bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
How many of the given players had a contribution of less than 10% in the total runs scored by all these given players in their 7 year career?
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IncorrectThis bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
Except P3, P7, P10 and P11 all other 7 players had a contribution of less than 10% in the total runs.


Question 13 of 18
13. Question1 points
This bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
Approximately by what percentage, the runs scored by the player P5are greater than that scored by the player P2 in their 7 year career?
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IncorrectThis bar graph shows the ratio of the runs scored by the players.
Answer the questions using information displayed in the bar graphs.
Runs scored by P5 = 1440
Runs scored by P2 = 1070
Difference = 1140 – 1070
= 370 runs.
Required percentage:= 370/1070x 100
≈ 35%


Question 14 of 18
14. Question1 points
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
The total production of flavour Z in 1997 and 1998 is what percentage of the total production of flavour X in 1995 and l996?
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IncorrectA soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
Required percentage:
= [((60+60))/((50+40))×100]%
= [120/90×100]%
= 133.33%


Question 15 of 18
15. Question1 points
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
For which flavor was the average annual production maximum in the given period?
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IncorrectA soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
Average annual productions over the given period for various flavours are:
For FlavourX =[1/6×(50+40+55+45+60+50)]
= 50 bottles.For FlavourY = =[1/6×(55+60+50+55+50+55)]
= 54.17 bottles.For Flavour z = =[1/6×(45+50+60+60+45+40)]
= 50 bottles.
Maximum average production is for Flavour Y.


Question 16 of 18
16. Question1 points
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
What is the difference between the average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997 and the average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000?
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IncorrectA soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
Average production of flavour X in 1995, 1996 and 1997:
$= [1/3 × (50 + 40 + 55)]= 145/3
Average production of flavour Y in 1998, 1999 and 2000:
=1/3× (55 + 50 + 55)= 160/3
Difference = [(160/3)(145/3) ]
=15/3= 5


Question 17 of 18
17. Question1 points
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
What was the approximate decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998?
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IncorrectA soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
Percentage decline in the production of flavour Z in 2000 as compared to the production in 1998:
= [((6040))/60×100]%
= [20/60×100]%
= 33.33%
≈ 33%


Question 18 of 18
18. Question1 points
A soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
For which of the following years the percentage of rise/fall in production compared to the previous year is the maximum for flavour Y?
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IncorrectA soft drink company prepares drinks of three different flavours X, Y and Z.
The production of three flavors over a period of six years has been expressed in the bar graph provided below. (In 1000’s)
The percentage rise/fall in production from the previous year for flavour Y during various years is:
In 1996 = [((6055))/55×100]%= 9.09% (increase)In 1997 = [((6050))/65×100]%= 16.67% (decrease)
In 1998 = [((5550))/55×100]%= 10% (increase)
In 1999 = [((5550))/55×100]% = 9.09% (decrease)
In 2000 = [((5550))/50×100]% = 10% (increase)
Maximum change is decrease of 16.67% during 1997

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Question 1 of 18
1. Question1 points
This pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
What is the most common method of travel?
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IncorrectThis pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
The most common method of travel is bus as this occupies the largest sector on the pie chart.
Bus represents pink color.


Question 2 of 18
2. Question1 points
This pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
What fraction of the employees travel to office by car?
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IncorrectThis pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
According to the graph, Car is represented by orange color.
^{1}/_{4} of the students travel by car


Question 3 of 18
3. Question1 points
This pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
If 6 employees travel by car, how many employees took part in the survey?
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IncorrectThis pie chart shows the result of a survey that was carried out to find out how employees travel to Office.
6 employees travel by car, and this is ^{1}/_{4} of the total.
6 x 4 = 24
Therefore, 24employees were questioned for the survey.


Question 4 of 18
4. Question1 points
Assume that the investment made by the NRI is $ 4000, and then what is the investment made by Corporate Houses and FIIs together (Figures to be rounded to nearest thousand dollars)?
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Incorrect(67/11) x 4000 = 24363.63


Question 5 of 18
5. Question1 points
What percentage of the total Investment is coming from FII’s and NRI’s?
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IncorrectInvestment from FII = 33%
Investment from NRI = 11%
(33+11) = 44%


Question 6 of 18
6. Question1 points
Assume that if the total investment other than by FII and corporate houses is $335 thousand, then the investment by NRI’s and offshore funds will be(approximately)?
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IncorrectInvestment other than NRI and corporate houses is 33% = 335000
Also, investment by offshore funds and NRI’s is equal to 27%
Hence, 27 x 335000/33 = 274090.909


Question 7 of 18
7. Question1 points
Assume that the total subscriptions generated are $10000 thousand. Then what is the share of FII’s?
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IncorrectFIIs = 33 %
Hence 33 % of $ 10000 thousand = $ 3300 thousand


Question 8 of 18
8. Question1 points
Find out the total number of Graduate and Post Graduate students in the institute D?
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IncorrectRequired Number = (17 % of 27300) + (14 % of 24700)
= 4641 + 3458
= 8099


Question 9 of 18
9. Question1 points
How many students of Institute G and E are studying at Graduate level?
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IncorrectInstitute G = 15 % of 27300 = 4095
Institute E = 17 % of 27300 = 4641
Hence the required number is (4095 + 4641) = 8736


Question 10 of 18
10. Question1 points
Total number of students studying at Post Graduate level from institutes A and B is
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IncorrectRequired number = (15 % of 24700) + (12 % of 24700)
= 3705 + 2964
= 6669


Question 11 of 18
11. Question1 points
What is the difference between the total number of students who prefer beverage N and P together and the total number of students who prefer beverage Q and M together’?
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IncorrectDifference of corresponding angles
=(122.4+21.6)˚ (79.2+14.4)˚
= 50.4˚
Required difference = (50.4 / 360) × 6800 = 952


Question 12 of 18
12. Question1 points
What is the ratio of the number of students who prefer beverage M to the number of students who prefer beverage N?
Correct
IncorrectRequired Ratio
= 21.6:79.2
= 3:11


Question 13 of 18
13. Question1 points
The number of students who prefer beverage R and M together is what percent of the total number of students?
Correct
IncorrectRequired percentage
= {(64.8+21.6)/360} × 100=24%


Question 14 of 18
14. Question1 points
The number of students who prefer beverage P is approximately what percent of the number of students who prefer beverage Q?
Correct
IncorrectRequired percentage
=(14.4/122.4) × 100
= 11.78% ≈ 12%


Question 15 of 18
15. Question1 points
How many students prefer beverage O and beverage R together?
Correct
IncorrectNumber of students who prefer beverages O and R together
= ((57.6 + 64.8) / 360) × 6800
= (122.4 / 360) × 6800
= 2312


Question 16 of 18
16. Question1 points
What is the difference in the number of strawberry pieces and orange pieces?
Correct
Incorrect= Number of oranges – number of strawberry
= 45 – 35
=10


Question 17 of 18
17. Question1 points
How many pieces of candy were of orange flavour?
Correct
Incorrect= Number of orange flavour
= 45


Question 18 of 18
18. Question1 points
Which flavour had exactly 40 pieces?
Correct
Incorrect= 40 pieces
= lime

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