1. Passage Reading
2. Verbal Logic
3. Non Verbal Logic
4. Numerical Logic
5. Data Interpretation
6. Reasoning
7. Analytical Ability
8. Quantitative Aptitude

103. The information that you need is shown in both the table and the graph.

Step 1

Given Year 2’s 1.5-2.5% increases in passenger numbers, save time by considering only
which terminals have the highest number of passengers per week in Year 1. This is
Terminal D and E.

Calculate Year 1’s total passengers for Terminals D and E (by adding male and female
passenger numbers):

Terminal D = 77.1 + 76.9 = 154

Terminal E = 78.8 + 78.5 = 157.3

Step 3 - calculate Year 2’s totals for these Terminals:

Terminal D = 154 x 102% = 157.08

Terminal E = 157.3 x 98% = 154.15

So the correct answer is (D), Terminal D

104. The information that you need is shown in the table.

Step 1 – calculate the total difference between the weekly numbers of male and female
passengers

(52.9 – 52.7) + (66.6 - 66.5) + (62.9 – 63.1) + (77.1 – 76.9) + (78.8 – 78.5) = 0.6

Step 2 – calculate the average difference

= 0.6 / 5 (1,000s)

= 0.12 (1,000s)

= 120 more male passengers

So the correct answer is (D) 120 more males

105. The information that you need is shown in the table.

Step 1 – calculate the total numbers of domestic flights and international flights

Domestic flight total = 52.9 + 52.7 + 77.1 + 76.9 = 259.6

International flight total = 66.6 + 66.5 + 62.9 + 63.1 + 78.8 + 78.5 = 416.4

Step 2 – calculate the difference

416.4 - 259.6 = 156.8 (1,000’s)
= 156,800

Step 3 - to the nearest 10,000

160,000

So the correct answer is (D), 160,000

106. Step 1 – calculate Year 2 passenger total for Terminal C

(62.9 + 63.1) x 101.5% = 127.89

In 1,000's = 127,890

Step 2 – calculate the average weekly revenue generated

127,890 x £4.25 = £543,532.5 (£540,000 to the nearest £10,000)

So the correct answer is (B), £540,000

107. Step 1 – calculate the total number of Terminal A-E passengers.

Total number of Terminal A-E passengers = 676.

Step 2 - calculate Vefy Flights’s average weekly number of passengers

676 x 0.5 = 338

Step 3 – calculate Vefy Flights’s average weekly number of passengers per terminal

338 / 3 = 112.667 (1,000’s)

= 112,667

= 113,000 (to the nearest 1,000)

So the correct answer is (B), 113,000

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