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     Question 1:

    If a salesperson at 'Read-Me Ltd' sold one copy of every book, how much commission would result?

     ?ê11.38

     ?ê11.58

     ?ê11.73

     ?ê11.94

     ?ê12.00

Question 2:

    How much commission will be earned by a salesperson at 'Read-Me Ltd' who exactly meets all their targets?

     ?ê11,550

     ?ê12,845

     ?ê13,750

     ?ê14,500

     ?ê14,750

Question 3:

    If the price of "Chinese Cuisine" increases by 55%, and the original commission percentage halves, how much commission will a salesperson get from selling one copy of this book?

     ?ê1.27

     ?ê1.79

     ?ê2.31

     ?ê2.54

     ?ê3.58

Question 4:

    If the prices of copies of "Pacific Sailing", "Chinese Cuisine" and

    "Comic Verse" all increase by ?ê2.00, which of the five book titles

    will give the highest commission per copy sold?

     Pacific Sailing

     Chinese Cuisine

     Comic Verse

     Euro Travel

     Science Today

Question 5:

    How much would it cost to travel 400 miles in a Standard Limousine?

    330

     ?ê200

     ?ê250

     ?ê280

     ?ê310

     ?ê350

Question 6:

    An organisation wishes to hire two Executive Limousines to drive people on separate journeys of 200 miles. What will be the cost of this? 676

     ?ê352

     ?ê382

     ?ê432

     ?ê482

     ?ê592

Question 7:

    How much would a company save if they used an Executive Limousine for one journey of 400 miles, instead of two separate journeys of 200 miles each? 80

     ?ê130

     ?ê144

     ?ê150

     ?ê165

     ?ê184

Question 8:

    How much more will it cost to travel 200 miles in an Executive Limousine than the same distance in a Standard Limousine?

     118

     ?ê106

     ?ê108

     ?ê110

     ?ê112

     ?ê114

Question 9:

    A client was charged ?ê371.10 for an Executive Limousine. How far did

    the client travel in the car?

     234.5

     290 miles

     325 miles

     355 miles

     375 miles

     400 miles

Question 10:

    How much more would a customer have to pay back for a purchase of ?ê400

    with 12 monthly repayments than 6 monthly repayments?

     ?ê30.60

     ?ê34.85

     ?ê36.60

     ?ê40.20

     ?ê52.90

Question 11:

    For an item with a purchase price of ?ê600, how much would be charged

    in addition, if the repayments were made over one year?

     ?ê75.00

     ?ê115.20

     ?ê244.92

     ?ê655.60

     ?ê715.20

Question 12:

    How much more would a customer have to pay back for a purchase of ?ê1,000

    with 12 monthly repayments than 6 monthly repayments?

     ?ê63.90

     ?ê83.90

     ?ê85.00

     ?ê94.70

     ?ê147.80

Question 13:

    If the house sales target for the next six months is set at 516, what will be the percentage increase on the sales for the six months shown?

     8%

     10%

     12%

     15%

     20%

Question 14:

    Last July, 63 houses were sold. What percentage of the July figure in the graph does this represent?

     90%

     93%

     103%

     106%

     113%

Question 15:

    What is the total value of sales of Products X and Z in January?

     ?ê2,296

     ?ê4,255

     ?ê4,679

     ?ê5,317

     ?ê6,551

Question 16:

    How much did Wesley contribute to sales of Product X in January (as an approximate percentage)?

     15%

     19%

     23%

     26%

     30%

Question 17:

    If the average price of a shirt sold is ?ê30, how many were sold?

     500

     1,000

     1,500

     2,000

     2,500

Question 18:

    At an average petrol consumption of 8 miles per litre, how many litres of petrol would be needed to travel between Amberford and Claybrook?

     17.25

     17.50

     17.75

     18.00

     18.25

Question 19:

    Travelling at an average speed of 84 miles per hour, about how long

    would it take to travel from Eastham to Claybrook?

     1 hour 14 minutes

     1 hour 34 minutes

     2 hours 54 minutes

     3 hours 17 minutes

     3 hours 24 minutes

Question 20:

    What is the approximate percentage of total weekly sales under

    ?ê100,000?

     1%

     26%

     27%

     52%

     72%

Question 21:

    What is the approximate ratio of Malls to the total number of Outlets?

     1:4

     1:2

     2:1

     3:1

     4:1

Question 22:

    Approximately what percentage of graduates and non-graduates are

    self-employed?

     10%

     14%

     17%

     22%

     23%

Question 23:

    If the number of graduates employed in Health is forecast to decline

    by 20% year-on-year while the number of non-graduates is forecast to remain the same, how many years will it take for non-graduate employees to outnumber graduate employees in Health?

     1

     2

     3

     4

     5

Question 24:

    If the number of graduates employed in Education remains the same while the number of non-graduates increases by 15% per year, how many years will it take for the number of non-graduates to exceed the number of graduates employed in education?

     3

     4

     5

     6

     7

Question 25:

    What was the approximate average production cost per machine employed by Line B in October?

     57

     4,559

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