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Sample Numerical Reasoning Aptitude Test Questions
Question 1 What’s the ratio of level of precipitation in April of Algiers to Stockholm in its simplest form?
Solution We set it up as follows. Algiers : Stockholm 60:30 Divide by the highest common factor. Try dividing by 10 first if you can’t see what the highest one is. For example 6 : 3 You can then see that you can divide further by 3 so the answer is 2 : 1
Question 2 There was an error in calculations of precipitation levels in Stockholm. The figure recorded in Feb is 15% higher than it should be. What’s the new percentage change in precipitation from Feb to Mar in Stockholm? A. 34%
Solution This means that the figure recorded is 115% of the actual figure. Therefore do (25/115)x100 = 21.74 Hence using the percentage change (increase) formula, there is a (30-21.74)/21.74 = 0.38 = 38%
Question 3 What’s the difference between the average precipitation in Tirana and Algiers?
Solution First we work out the average precipitation for each location: Tirana (135 150 130 115 120)/5 = 130 Algiers (80 75 55 60 40)/5 = 62 Then we subtract the smallest from the largest to find the difference: 130 – 62 = 68
What was the percentage increase in precipitation in Tirana between April and May?
Solution We use the percentage change formula. (120-115)/115 = 0.0435 = 4.35%
What percentage of hatchbacks are produced in Brazil?
Solution 200k / (200k 600k 1000k 400k 500k) x 100 7.41%
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