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

363. A family had dinner in a restaurant and paid $30 for food. They also had to pay 9.5% sale tax and 10% for the tip. How much did they pay for the dinner?

(a) $33.85 | |

(b) $34.85 | |

(c) $35.85 | |

(d) $36.85 |

364. A shop is offering discounts on shirts costing $20 each. If someone buys 2 shirts, he will be offered a discount of 15% on the first shirt and another 10% discount on the reduced price for the second shirt. How much would one pay for two shirts at this shop?

(a) $30.3 | |

(b) $31.3 | |

(c) $32.3 | |

(d) $33.3 |

365. Smith invested $5000 for two years. For the first year, the rate of interest was 7% and the second year it was 8.5%. How much interest did he earn at the end of the two year period?

(a) $804.75 | |

(b) $805.75 | |

(c) $806.75 | |

(d) $807.75 |

366. Janette invested $2000 at 5% compounded annually for 5 years. How much interest did she earn at the end of the 5 year period?

(a) $551.56 | |

(b) $552.56 | |

(c) $553.56 | |

(d) $552.56 |

367. Tom borrowed $600 at 10% per year, simple interest, for 3 years. How much did he have to repay (principal + interest) at the end of the 3 year period?

(a) $180 | |

(b) $780 | |

(c) $790 | |

(d) $880 |

368. Out of a world population of approximately 6.6 billion, 1.2 billion people live in the richer countries of Europe, North America, Japan and Oceania and is growing at the rate of 0.25% per year, while the other 5.4 billion people live in the lees developed countries and is growing at the rate of 1.5%. What will be the world population in 5 years if we assume that these rates of increase will stay constant for the next 5 years. (round answer to 3 significant digits)

(a) 5.03 billion | |

(b) 6.03 billion | |

(c) 7.03 billion | |

(d) 8.03 billion |

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