Numerical Test

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Numerical Test

This numerical reasoning test comprises 30 questions, you will have 40 minutes in which to correctly answer as many as you can. Calculators are permitted for this test, and it is recommended you have some rough paper to work on. You will have to work quickly and accurately to perform well in this test. If you don’t know the answer to a question, leave it and come back to it if you have time. Each question will have four possible answers, one of which is correct. You may click back and Next during the test to review or skip questions. You can submit your test at any time. If the time limit is up before you click submit the test will automatically be submitted with the answers you have selected. It is recommended to keep until the time lim


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  • 1. 
      SALES (£millions) Product US (Jan-Jun) US (Jul-Dec) Annual US Sales Targ et EU (Jan-Jun) EU (Jul-Dec) Annual EU Sales Target Worldwide Sales (Jan- Dec) A 54.5 50.5 110 90.5 91.4 180 320 B 61.1 59.2 120 72.2 77.8 160 300 C 60.5 58 120 88 92.2 180 330 D 76.5 74.1 150 105.3 98.2 200 380 E 72.7 78.2 150 89.2 94.8 190 350 If worldwide sales comprise US sales, EU sales and Far Eastern sales, which products had the highest annual Far Eastern Sales?
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      B

    • C. 

      C

    • D. 

      D

  • 2. 
      SALES (£millions) Product US (Jan-Jun) US (Jul-Dec) Annual US Sales Targ et EU (Jan-Jun) EU (Jul-Dec) Annual EU Sales Target Worldwide Sales (Jan- Dec) A 54.5 50.5 110 90.5 91.4 180 320 B 61.1 59.2 120 72.2 77.8 160 300 C 60.5 58 120 88 92.2 180 330 D 76.5 74.1 150 105.3 98.2 200 380 E 72.7 78.2 150 89.2 94.8 190 350 For the five products combined there was a difference between total annual Sales and the total annual Sales Target. How did this difference compare for the US and the EU?
    • A. 

      £27.1m (US); £25.8m (EU)

    • B. 

      £638.3m (US); £908.2m (EU)

    • C. 

      £4.7m (US); £10.4m (EU)

    • D. 

      £271.7m (US); £258.2 (EU)

    • E. 

      Option not available

  • 3. 
      SALES (£millions) Product US (Jan-Jun) US (Jul-Dec) Annual US Sales Targ et EU (Jan-Jun) EU (Jul-Dec) Annual EU Sales Target Worldwide Sales (Jan- Dec) A 54.5 50.5 110 90.5 91.4 180 320 B 61.1 59.2 120 72.2 77.8 160 300 C 60.5 58 120 88 92.2 180 330 D 76.5 74.1 150 105.3 98.2 200 380 E 72.7 78.2 150 89.2 94.8 190 350 If the annual EU sales for Products B and C comprise online: offline in a ratio of 2:3 then what are the online combined sales for Products B and C?
    • A. 

      £198,120,000

    • B. 

      £19,812,000

    • C. 

      £13,208,000

    • D. 

      £132,080,000

    • E. 

      Option not available

  • 4. 
      SALES (£millions) Product US (Jan-Jun) US (Jul-Dec) Annual US Sales Targ et EU (Jan-Jun) EU (Jul-Dec) Annual EU Sales Target Worldwide Sales (Jan- Dec) A 54.5 50.5 110 90.5 91.4 180 320 B 61.1 59.2 120 72.2 77.8 160 300 C 60.5 58 120 88 92.2 180 330 D 76.5 74.1 150 105.3 98.2 200 380 E 72.7 78.2 150 89.2 94.8 190 350 US annual sales tax was 24% on the first £130 million of sales, 0% thereafter.How much tax is due for Products B, C and D combined?
    • A. 

      £88,512,000

    • B. 

      £88,800,000

    • C. 

      £93,456,000

    • D. 

      £93,600,000

    • E. 

      Cannot say

  • 5. 
      SALES (£millions) Product US (Jan-Jun) US (Jul-Dec) Annual US Sales Targ et EU (Jan-Jun) EU (Jul-Dec) Annual EU Sales Target Worldwide Sales (Jan- Dec) A 54.5 50.5 110 90.5 91.4 180 320 B 61.1 59.2 120 72.2 77.8 160 300 C 60.5 58 120 88 92.2 180 330 D 76.5 74.1 150 105.3 98.2 200 380 E 72.7 78.2 150 89.2 94.8 190 350 Which of the following represents the smallest amount?
    • A. 

      Product B’s change in EU sales between Jan-Jun and July-Dec

    • B. 

      7% of Product D’s US sales between (Jan-Jun)

    • C. 

      Product E’s change in US sales between Jan-June and July-Dec

    • D. 

      Average US Product A sales per month (July-Dec)

    • E. 

      Average US Product C sales per month (Jan-Jun)

  • 6. 
    Share Dividend paid Previous Day’s Company Value* Total Number of Company Shares Current Price Per Share Previous month’s     Low        High (cents/share) (Rmillion) (Rmillion) (R) (cents) (cents) Relf 14 240 80 2.75 241 275 Studt 8 171 55 3 238 352 Tombe 10 840 460 1.85 170 203 Xan 15 28 12 2.28 218 249 IWA 5 200 114 1.48 160 178 *Previous Day’s Company Value= Previous Day’s Price x Company shares A rights issue brings an additional 10% of Studt shares to the market. If the current price drops by 8%, what is Studt’s new company value (to the nearest Rmillion)?
    • A. 

      R166million

    • B. 

      R167million

    • C. 

      R16.6million

    • D. 

      R1.67million

    • E. 

      R169million

    • F. 

      R169million

  • 7. 
    Share Dividend paid Previous Day’s Company Value* Total Number of Company Shares Current Price Per Share Previous month’s     Low        High (cents/share) (Rmillion) (Rmillion) (R) (cents) (cents) Relf 14 240 80 2.75 241 275 Studt 8 171 55 3 238 352 Tombe 10 840 460 1.85 170 203 Xan 15 28 12 2.28 218 249 IWA 5 200 114 1.48 160 178 *Previous Day’s Company Value= Previous Day’s Price x Company shares If you sold 150,000 Studt shares and collected the dividend, how many Tombe shares could you buy with the proceeds (to the nearest 10,000)?
    • A. 

      290,000

    • B. 

      280,000

    • C. 

      270,000

    • D. 

      260,000

    • E. 

      250,000

  • 8. 
    Share Dividend paid Previous Day’s Company Value* Total Number of Company Shares Current Price Per Share Previous month’s     Low        High (cents/share) (Rmillion) (Rmillion) (R) (cents) (cents) Relf 14 240 80 2.75 241 275 Studt 8 171 55 3 238 352 Tombe 10 840 460 1.85 170 203 Xan 15 28 12 2.28 218 249 IWA 5 200 114 1.48 160 178 *Previous Day’s Company Value= Previous Day’s Price x Company shares Which share has changed in price by the largest amount since the previous day?
    • A. 

      Relf

    • B. 

      Studt

    • C. 

      Tombe

    • D. 

      Xan

    • E. 

      IWA

  • 9. 
    Share Dividend paid Previous Day’s Company Value* Total Number of Company Shares Current Price Per Share Previous month’s     Low        High (cents/share) (Rmillion) (Rmillion) (R) (cents) (cents) Relf 14 240 80 2.75 241 275 Studt 8 171 55 3 238 352 Tombe 10 840 460 1.85 170 203 Xan 15 28 12 2.28 218 249 IWA 5 200 114 1.48 160 178 *Previous Day’s Company Value= Previous Day’s Price x Company shares A day trader bought 50,000 Tombe shares at last month’s low, received the Tombe dividend and then sold all these shares at last month’s high. What was the approximate percentage gain or loss?
    • A. 

      25.3% profit

    • B. 

      19.4% profit

    • C. 

      25.3% loss

    • D. 

      20.5% loss

    • E. 

      20.5% profit

  • 10. 
    Share Dividend paid Previous Day’s Company Value* Total Number of Company Shares Current Price Per Share Previous month’s     Low        High (cents/share) (Rmillion) (Rmillion) (R) (cents) (cents) Relf 14 240 80 2.75 241 275 Studt 8 171 55 3 238 352 Tombe 10 840 460 1.85 170 203 Xan 15 28 12 2.28 218 249 IWA 5 200 114 1.48 160 178 *Previous Day’s Company Value= Previous Day’s Price x Company shares A trader has R185,000 to invest and decides to invest this money equally across the 5 shares shown. How many Tombe and IWA shares does the trader purchase?
    • A. 

      2,000 Tombe shares; 2,250 IWA shares

    • B. 

      20,000 Tombe shares; 225 IWA shares

    • C. 

      20,000 Tombe shares; 25,000 IWA shares

    • D. 

      2,000 Tombe shares; 225,000 IWA shares

    • E. 

      None of these

  • 11. 
    Newspaper Readership Daily Newspapers Readership (millions) Percentage of adults reading each paper in Year 3   Year 1 Year 2 Males Females   The New York Times 3.6 2.9 7 6   The Guardian 13.8 9.3 24 18   The Daily Mail 1.1 1.4 4 3   The Washington Post 8.5 12.7 30 23   The People’s Daily 4.8 4.9 10 12   Which newspaper was read by a higher percentage of females than males in Year 3?
    • A. 

      The New York Times

    • B. 

      The Guardian

    • C. 

      The Daily Mail

    • D. 

      The Washington Post

    • E. 

      The People's Daily

  • 12. 
    Newspaper Readership Daily Newspapers Readership (millions) Percentage of adults reading each paper in Year 3   Year 1 Year 2 Males Females   The New York Times 3.6 2.9 7 6   The Guardian 13.8 9.3 24 18   The Daily Mail 1.1 1.4 4 3   The Washington Post 8.5 12.7 30 23   The People’s Daily 4.8 4.9 10 12   What was the combined readership of The New York Times, The Daily Mail and The People’s Daily in Year 1?
    • A. 

      10.6

    • B. 

      8.4

    • C. 

      9.5

    • D. 

      12.2

    • E. 

      7.8

  • 13. 
    How much is the total selling price if an item is priced at R6500 plus VAT of 14%?
    • A. 

      R6910

    • B. 

      R6550

    • C. 

      R7410

    • D. 

      R7650

    • E. 

      R7800

  • 14. 
    What is the missing number? 1   4   9  ?  25
    • A. 

      15

    • B. 

      16

    • C. 

      17

    • D. 

      18

    • E. 

      19

  • 15. 
    If oranges cost 5 for 75c how many can you buy for $2.70? (Assuming they can be bought singly)
    • A. 

      15

    • B. 

      16

    • C. 

      17

    • D. 

      18

    • E. 

      19

  • 16. 
    Number of new mobile phone packages sold (over the previous 12 months) Vodafon Ltd Platinum package Gold package Silver package Bronze package Central region 4,540 4,854 5,083 5,425 Northen region 4,725 5,005 5,382 5,846 Southern region 4,584 5,123 5,759 5,428 Western region 4,682 4,759 4,956 4,869 EasternRegion 4,884 5,256 4,982 4,592 Cost of package R40 R35 R30 R25   Which regional store sold the second highest number of new mobile phone contracts for the Platinum and Gold packages combined (over the previous 12 months)?
    • A. 

      Central

    • B. 

      Northen

    • C. 

      Southern

    • D. 

      Western

    • E. 

      Eastern

  • 17. 
    Number of new mobile phone packages sold (over the previous 12 months) Vodafon Ltd Platinum package Gold package Silver package Bronze package Central region 4,540 4,854 5,083 5,425 Northen region 4,725 5,005 5,382 5,846 Southern region 4,584 5,123 5,759 5,428 Western region 4,682 4,759 4,956 4,869 EasternRegion 4,884 5,256 4,982 4,592 Cost of package R40 R35 R30 R25   What is the difference in revenue between the platinum package sales and the  bronze package sales over the 12 month period, across all regions combined?
    • A. 

      R275,00

    • B. 

      R101,750

    • C. 

      R282,600

    • D. 

      R165,747

    • E. 

      R90,623

  • 18. 
    Number of new mobile phone packages sold (over the previous 12 months) Vodafon Ltd Platinum package Gold package Silver package Bronze package Central region 4,540 4,854 5,083 5,425 Northen region 4,725 5,005 5,382 5,846 Southern region 4,584 5,123 5,759 5,428 Western region 4,682 4,759 4,956 4,869 EasternRegion 4,884 5,256 4,982 4,592 Cost of package R40 R35 R30 R25   What is the difference in average monthly sales values between the gold package and the silver package for the Western Region?
    • A. 

      R17,885

    • B. 

      R1,490

    • C. 

      R34,500

    • D. 

      R2,875

    • E. 

      R25,680

  • 19. 
    Number of new mobile phone packages sold (over the previous 12 months) Vodafon Ltd Platinum package Gold package Silver package Bronze package Central region 4,540 4,854 5,083 5,425 Northen region 4,725 5,005 5,382 5,846 Southern region 4,584 5,123 5,759 5,428 Western region 4,682 4,759 4,956 4,869 EasternRegion 4,884 5,256 4,982 4,592 Cost of package R40 R35 R30 R25   Assuming the only costs are those of the monthly package, what was the annual cost saving for a customer who switched from the Gold to Bronze package?
    • A. 

      R10

    • B. 

      R50

    • C. 

      R75

    • D. 

      R120

    • E. 

      R180

  • 20. 
    Number of new mobile phone packages sold (over the previous 12 months) Vodafon Ltd Platinum package Gold package Silver package Bronze package Central region 4,540 4,854 5,083 5,425 Northen region 4,725 5,005 5,382 5,846 Southern region 4,584 5,123 5,759 5,428 Western region 4,682 4,759 4,956 4,869 EasternRegion 4,884 5,256 4,982 4,592 Cost of package R40 R35 R30 R25   Over the next twelve months the number of Bronze package sales increases by 12.5% and 25% for the Eastern and Southern regional stores respectively , whilst other sales remain the same. What are the total Bronze package sales for the next twelve months across all Vodafon stores?
    • A. 

      R28,091

    • B. 

      R28,951

    • C. 

      R30,091

    • D. 

      R31,951

    • E. 

      R30,020

  • 21. 
    A car left Canterbury at 7.12 am and arrived in Birmingham, 180 miles distant at 10.57 am. What was its average speed in miles per hour?
    • A. 

      42

    • B. 

      44

    • C. 

      46

    • D. 

      48

    • E. 

      50

  • 22. 
    You get a wage increase of 4% plus an extra five pounds per week. Your present wages are 250 pounds per week. What will your new wage be next week?
    • A. 

      260

    • B. 

      265

    • C. 

      270

    • D. 

      275

    • E. 

      280

  • 23. 
    A cube has a volume of 8 cubic metres. If each side is doubled in length what will its new volume be in cubic metres?
    • A. 

      16

    • B. 

      24

    • C. 

      32

    • D. 

      48

    • E. 

      64

  • 24. 
    What is the missing number?   45/9 = 12 - ?
    • A. 

      5

    • B. 

      6

    • C. 

      7

    • D. 

      8

    • E. 

      9

  • 25. 
    Which is the largest fraction:   3/4     7/8     4/5     7/9     5/6
    • A. 

      3/4

    • B. 

      7/8

    • C. 

      4/5

    • D. 

      7/9

    • E. 

      5/6

  • 26. 
            Average Earnings (Euros per head of working population) Male Population (millions) Female Population (millions) Work Population (% of total population) Netherlands 34,000 8.9 9.1 55 Germany 29,000 39.8 40.2 50 France 30,000 31.1 31.4 48 Spain 25,000 24.2 23.8 45 UK 33,000 27.9 28.1 52 What are the total earnings for the work population in Spain?
    • A. 

      54 million euros

    • B. 

      540 billion euros

    • C. 

      540 million euros

    • D. 

      54 billion euros

    • E. 

      Cannot say

  • 27. 
            Average Earnings (Euros per head of working population) Male Population (millions) Female Population (millions) Work Population (% of total population) Netherlands 34,000 8.9 9.1 55 Germany 29,000 39.8 40.2 50 France 30,000 31.1 31.4 48 Spain 25,000 24.2 23.8 45 UK 33,000 27.9 28.1 52   If the annual birth rates for Germany and Spain are 5.4 births (per 500 population) and 6.4 births (per 500 population) respectively, what is the difference between the number of Spanish and German babies born each year?
    • A. 

      24,960 more Spanish babies

    • B. 

      100,000 more German babies

    • C. 

      249,600 more German babies

    • D. 

      1,233,000 more Spanish babies

    • E. 

      123,300 less Spanish babies

  • 28. 
            Average Earnings (Euros per head of working population) Male Population (millions) Female Population (millions) Work Population (% of total population) Netherlands 34,000 8.9 9.1 55 Germany 29,000 39.8 40.2 50 France 30,000 31.1 31.4 48 Spain 25,000 24.2 23.8 45 UK 33,000 27.9 28.1 52   Which of the following countries has a non-working population that is closest in number to the UK’s non-working population?
    • A. 

      Netherlands

    • B. 

      Germany

    • C. 

      France

    • D. 

      Spain

    • E. 

      Cannot say

  • 29. 
            Average Earnings (Euros per head of working population) Male Population (millions) Female Population (millions) Work Population (% of total population) Netherlands 34,000 8.9 9.1 55 Germany 29,000 39.8 40.2 50 France 30,000 31.1 31.4 48 Spain 25,000 24.2 23.8 45 UK 33,000 27.9 28.1 52   If the ratio of French unemployed in urban to rural areas is 7:8 and the French unemployment rate is 12% of the working population, how many French unemployed are there in urban areas
    • A. 

      1,050,000

    • B. 

      1,332,000

    • C. 

      1,680,000

    • D. 

      2,500,000

    • E. 

      373,200

  • 30. 
            Average Earnings (Euros per head of working population) Male Population (millions) Female Population (millions) Work Population (% of total population) Netherlands 34,000 8.9 9.1 55 Germany 29,000 39.8 40.2 50 France 30,000 31.1 31.4 48 Spain 25,000 24.2 23.8 45 UK 33,000 27.9 28.1 52   If the ratio of France:Belgium average earnings per head of working population is 2:5, then what is Belgium’s average earnings in $ to the nearest $100?(Exchange rate of €1/$1.15)
    • A. 

      $124,000

    • B. 

      $86,000

    • C. 

      $86,300

    • D. 

      $124,800

    • E. 

      $65,200

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