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17. If the total 2010 costs represent a 5% increase on the total 2009 costs, what were the total 2009 costs (to the nearest £million)?

(a) £3 million
(b) £4 million
(c) £36 million
(d) £37 million

18. Which cost or costs on their own represented more than 17% of the total costs in 2010?

(a) Labour and Production
(b) Supply chain and I.T.
(c) Labour and Supply chain
(d) Supply chain, Labour and Production

19. In which of the years shown was there a 3:2 ratio of IT to Overheads costs?

(a) Cannot Say
(b) 2006 and 2007
(c) 2006, 2008 & 2010
(d) 2007, 2008 & 2010

20. If 2009’s total costs were £250,000, what were the Production costs?

(a) £80,000
(b) £75,000
(c) £70,000
(d) £65,000

21. If the costs are put into order of decreasing size, in which two years is the order the same?

(a) 2006 and 2007
(b) 2006 and 2008
(c) 2006 and 2010
(d) 2007 and 2008

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