Aptitude Tests 4 Me

Analytical Ability

180. A certain customer at a restaurant calculates his tip by adding a constant dollar amount to another sum that is directly proportional to the total bill for the meal. If his total bill for the meal was \$24.00, what will the be the dollar amount of his tip?
(1) If the total bill for his meal had been four dollars greater, the customer would've calculated a tip of \$4.80.
(2) If the total bill for his meal had been six dollars less, the customer would've calculated a tip of \$3.80.

 (a) Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient. (b) Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient. (c) BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient (d) EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

181. Company President: Last year, Broad Street Restaurant Suppliers switched from pen-and-paper order forms to an online process. Unexpectedly, this resulted in a decrease in orders placed by restaurants. Thus, it is likely that many restaurateurs lack the computer skills required by the online process and were more comfortable with the old forms.

Vice-President of Marketing: Not so. Statistics show a widespread decline in sales across the restaurant supply industry for last year.

Which of the following, if true, most undermines the Vice President of Marketing's response?

 (a) The decline in sales across the restaurant supply industry affected the segment of the market that represents the largest part of Broad Street's business. (b) The online process offered by Broad Street allows restaurateurs to better customize their purchases and specify more precise delivery schedules. (c) Broad Street is known throughout the restaurant supply industry as a leader in customer service. (d) Declines in sales across the restaurant supply industry usually stem from smaller average orders placed by each restaurant, but one-quarter of Broad Street's previous customers placed no order at all last year.

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