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Question 1 of 131
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Question 2 of 131
2. Question
If the average (arithmetic mean) of x and y is 70 and the average (arithmetic mean) of y and z is 90, what is the value of z – x?
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Question 3 of 131
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If n > 0, n/50 + n/25 is what percent of n?
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Question 4 of 131
4. Question
To mail a package, the rate is p cents for the first pound and q cents for each additional pound, where p > q. Two package weighing 5 pounds and 7 pounds, respectively, can be mailed separately or combined as one package. Which method is cheaper, and how much money is saved?
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Question 5 of 131
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Question 6 of 131
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What is 30 as a percentage of 270?
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Question 7 of 131
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What is 12 as a percentage of 300?
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Question 8 of 131
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What is 45 as a percentage of 200?
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Question 9 of 131
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What is 150% as a percentage of 600%
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Question 10 of 131
10. Question
What is 400 increased by 15%?
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Question 11 of 131
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What is 15 increased by 60%?
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Question 12 of 131
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What is 110 increased by 10%?
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Question 13 of 131
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What is 0.5 increased by 25%?
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Question 14 of 131
14. Question
What is 1,000,000 increased by 0.5%?
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Question 15 of 131
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What is 200 increased by 110%?
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Question 16 of 131
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What is 50 decreased by 25%?
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Question 17 of 131
17. Question
What is 300 decreased by 15%?
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Question 18 of 131
18. Question
What is 1,500 decreased by 3%?
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Question 19 of 131
19. Question
What is 725 decreased by 40%?
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Question 20 of 131
20. Question
What is 0.60 decreased by 20%?
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Question 21 of 131
21. Question
What is 1,500,000 decreased by 0.5%
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Question 22 of 131
22. Question
What is the percentage increase from 12 to 18?
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Question 23 of 131
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What is the percentage increase from 300 to 650?
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Question 24 of 131
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What is the percentage increase from 1,200,000 to 1,600,000?
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Question 25 of 131
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What is the percentage increase from 0.75 to 1.25?
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Question 26 of 131
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What is the percentage increase from 8 to 40?
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Question 27 of 131
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What is the percentage increase from 100 to 400?
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Question 28 of 131
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What is the percentage decrease from 12 to 8?
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Question 29 of 131
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What is the percentage decrease from 85 to 60?
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Question 30 of 131
30. Question
What is the percentage decrease from 65 to 20?
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Question 31 of 131
31. Question
How many employees will a company have if 15% of its 80 employees are made redundant?
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Question 32 of 131
32. Question
What is the percentage increase in your hard drive if you revert from a 40G hard drive to a 100G hard drive?
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Question 33 of 131
33. Question
What is the percentage increase of your rent if it increases from £600 a month to £650 a month?
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Question 34 of 131
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What is the percentage increase of the time you have to complete and 18minute test if you are allowed 20 minutes to complete it?
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Question 35 of 131
35. Question
By what percentage would someone‘s weight decrease if they went from 88kg to 83 kg?
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Question 36 of 131
36. Question
The safety height on a ride at a theme park is reduced from 1.64 metres to 1.52 metres. What is the percentage decrease in the safety height?
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Question 37 of 131
37. Question
What is the percentage decrease in the time you work if you go from an 8 hour day to a 7.5 hour day?
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Question 38 of 131
38. Question
What is the ration of A:B, if A = 800 AND B = 200?
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Question 39 of 131
39. Question
What is the ratio of A:B, If A = 0.3 and B = 0.6?
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Question 40 of 131
40. Question
What is the ratio of A:B, if A = 90 and B =15?
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Question 41 of 131
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What is the ratio of children to adults in a group if there are 70 children and 45 adults in the group?
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Question 42 of 131
42. Question
What is the ratio of cordial to water in a drink, if there are 125 ml of cordial and 500 ml of water in the drink?
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Question 43 of 131
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What is the ratio of examples to test questions if there are 5 examples and 35 test questions?
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Question 44 of 131
44. Question
If the ratio of A to B IS 3:1 and B = 17, what is the size of A?
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Question 45 of 131
45. Question
If the ratio of A to B is 2:3, and B = 75, what is the size of A?
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Question 46 of 131
46. Question
If the ratio of A to B is 4:5 and B is 250, what is the size of A?
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Question 47 of 131
47. Question
If the ratio of cola to lemonade cans in a fridge before a party is 4:3 and there are 48 cans of lemonade, how many cans of cola are there?
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Question 48 of 131
48. Question
If the ratio of magazines to newspapers In a shop is 8:3 and there are 60 newspapers, how many magazines are there?
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Question 49 of 131
49. Question
If the ratio of red tablecloths are to green tablecloths in a restaurants 6:5 and there are 15 green tablecloths. How many red tablecloths are there?
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Question 50 of 131
50. Question
What is the size of B if the ratio of B to C is 1:5?
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Question 51 of 131
51. Question
What is the size of C, if the ratio of B to C is 1:7?
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Question 52 of 131
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What is the size of B if the ratio of B to C is 0.25:1?
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Question 53 of 131
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64, 49, 36, ? , 16, 9, . . . . . . . . .
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Question 54 of 131
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1, 3, ? , 10, 15, 21, . . . . . . . . .
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Question 55 of 131
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3, 9, 27, 81, ? , 729, . . . . . . . . .
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Question 56 of 131
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5, 6, 4, 7, 3, 8 , ? . . . . . . . .
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Question 57 of 131
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1, 4, ? , 22, 46, 94, 190, . . . . . . . .
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Question 58 of 131
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1, 5, 9, 13, 17, ? , 25, 29, 33, . . . . . . .
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Question 59 of 131
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1,3,7,13,21, 31 , ? . . . . . . . . . .
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Question 60 of 131
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60, 58, ? , 48, 40, 30, . . . . . .
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Question 61 of 131
61. Question
If one proof reader can proofread two pages in three minutes, how many minutes would it take four proofreaders to proofread 12 pages?
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Question 62 of 131
62. Question
A car’s speed averages at 30 mph for one hour, after which the car’s speed is constant at 70 mph for the next two hours. How far has the car travelled?
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Question 63 of 131
63. Question
In 70 minutes’ time it will be half as close to noon as it is now. What is the time now?
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Question 64 of 131
64. Question
An electrical store buys 40 televisions at £63.29 each and twice as many radios at £25.99 each. How much remains from a budget of £5,000?
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Question 65 of 131
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If a company makes 700 mugs in a fiveday working week, when a day has 7 working hours, how many mugs are made in one hour?
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Question 68 of 131
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By what percentage would Country A’s imports need to increase in order to equal the value of its exports?
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Question 69 of 131
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If Country B’s imports were to decrease by 10% what would be the difference between its imports and exports?
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Question 70 of 131
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If 15% of Country D’s imports are from Country A, what value of goods does Country A exports to other countries, apart from Country D?
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Question 76 of 131
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Question 77 of 131
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The shop sold £60,000 worth of fridges during the year, what was the average price of a fridge?
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Question 78 of 131
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Question 81 of 131
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Question 82 of 131
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If room rates increased by 5% between 200 and 2001, by what proportion would the Q1 income change between these years?
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Question 83 of 131
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Question 84 of 131
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Question 87 of 131
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If the percentage increase in Company Q’s revenue between 2003 and 2004 is the same in the following year, what will Company Q’s revenue be in 2005?
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Question 88 of 131
88. Question
If the percentage increase in the revenue of Company P & Company S from 2003 to 2004 continues for the next five years, in which year will the revenue of Company S exceed that of Company p?
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Question 89 of 131
89. Question
What proportion of the annual expenditure is accounted for by functions other than production and customer service?
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Question 90 of 131
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Question 91 of 131
91. Question
Next year the Sales and Marketing budget will increase by 4%. What will the new budget be for Sales and Marketing?
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Question 92 of 131
92. Question
Next year a further £40,000 will be invested in IT. If the overall budget increases by 2% what proportion will be accounted for by IT?
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Question 93 of 131
93. Question
If the Production budget increases by 2% and Customer Service decreases y 3%, by what percentage will the overall expenditure change if those of other departments are unchanged?
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Question 94 of 131
94. Question
If the annual expenditure increases by 5% into two years and the total expenditure on research and IT becomes £550,000, what percentage of the overall expenditure will be due to research?
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Question 95 of 131
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Question 97 of 131
97. Question
What was the percentage increase in the number of graduates going into employment from 1990 to 1995?
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Question 98 of 131
98. Question
What was the ratio of the number of graduates going on to further education/training to other/unknown destinations in 2000?
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Question 99 of 131
99. Question
If the total number of graduates decreased by the same number each year from 1995 to 2000, how many graduates were there in 1998?
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Question 100 of 131
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In which year was there the greatest difference is the capacity for nuclear generation between the USA and France and Japan combined?
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Question 101 of 131
101. Question
Over the five years, on average, what was the capacity for nuclear generation per year in the USA (in gigawatts)?
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Question 102 of 131
102. Question
What was the percentage increase in capacity for nuclear generation for Japan from Year 2 to Year 4?
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Question 103 of 131
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If the trend in capacity for nuclear generation from Year 4 to Year 5 in France continues, what will it be in year 8 (in gigawatts)?
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Question 104 of 131
104. Question
If these countries together made up 57% of the total world capacity for nuclear generation in Year 1, what was the total world capacity in Year 1 (in gigawatts)?
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Question 112 of 131
112. Question
Over the five years, on the average how many million kg of carbon dioxide emissions were produced each year by Country B?
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Question 113 of 131
113. Question
In 2004 carbon dioxide emissions per capita in Country C were 2,830kg. What was the population of Country C in 2004?
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Question 114 of 131
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Question 115 of 131
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In which year did the carbon dioxide emissions from these three countries contribute the highest percentage to world carbon dioxide emission?
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Question 117 of 131
117. Question
In 2005 a driver in Manchester took 5% longer than the average one way commuting time. How long was their commute?
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Question 118 of 131
118. Question
If the average driving distance for a commuter in Birmingham was 16 miles one way, how much faster did they travel in 2000 than 2005?
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Question 120 of 131
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If the annual average increase in the oneway commuting time was constant in Sheffield from 2000 to 2005 what was the average commuting time in 2003?
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Question 123 of 131
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In 2000 the IT investment per capita in Country B was approximately what percentage of the IT investment per capita in Country A?
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Question 125 of 131
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If the population in Country E increased from 5.7 to 6.0 million from 2000 to 2005, approximately how much more was the total investment on IT made in Country E in 2005 compared to 2000?
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Question 130 of 131
130. Question
If support calls over the weekend usually account for 40% of the week’s call, how many calls would be predicted for that week in total?
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Question 131 of 131
131. Question
If on Saturday, the number of support calls represented 0.16% of the overall number of hits to the website, how many hits were there in total?
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