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Sample Talent Q Element Numerical Aptitude Test Questions
Using only the data from 2018 and 2022, which company achieved the largest percentage increase in
profits from 2018 to 2022?
A. Delaney pty
B. Maldo plc
C. Tescom plc
D. Wylie inc
The Largest Percentage increase from 2018 to 2022 was Maldo plc: (51-26) / 26 x 100 = 96%
What is the ratio of total profits of all the companies in 2021 to 2022?
Total proﬁts for:
2021 = 38 + 40 + 32 + 142 = 252m
2022 = 42 + 51 + 42 + 150 = 285m
285 / 252 = 1.13 = 1:1.13
Between which two years did the greatest number of companies experience a decrease in annual
From 2019 to 2020 Maldo ltd and Tescom plc experienced a decrease in
In the other years a maximum of one company experienced a year on year
decrease in proﬁts.
What percentage of profits were made by Tescom plc in 2021, assuming Wylie
inc’s profits were overstated by 5%?
Wylie Inc’s proﬁts were overstated by 5% 142m = 105% of the true total.
142m / 105 x 100 = $135.24m (to 2d.p.)
Total profits in 2021 ($millions): 135.24 + 32 + 40 + 38 = $245.24m (or $245,240,000)
Tescom’s share: 32 / 245.24 x 100 = 13.0% (to 1d.p., rounded from 13.04844)
Starting in April, the council of London implemented a plan aiming to reduce crime by 5% each
month. What would the crime rate in July have to be for this plan to be successful?
This is similar to compound interest. Multiply by 0.95 each month (i.e. a 5% reduction) April
83,182×0.95 = 79,022.9
May 79,022.9×0.95 = 75,071.755
June-18 75,071.76×0.95=71,318.16725 July-18 71,318.17
Alternatively, one could adapt the compound interest formula New Balance = Starting Balance x
(Multiplier^Years) 83,182 x (0.95^3) = 71,318.16725
Answer : C
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