Aptitude Tests 4 Me

Data Interpretation

62. In which year (or years) was there more than a 3.3% difference in the GDP per person for France compared to the UK?

 (a) 2005, 2007 (b) 2006, 2008 (c) 2007, 2008 (d) 2008, 2005

63. Which of the following statements is false?

 (a) Germany has the highest GDP of the countries shown. (b) Germany’s GDP is over 20% higher than the France’s GDP in 2009. (c) The 2005-2009 range of UK GDP per person is £23,500-£24,500. (d) The average GDP per country for the 5 countries shown is £2.18 billion.

64. Which two countries had the smallest difference in GDP per person in 2009?

 (a) UK, Italy (b) France, Italy (c) Germany, Italy (d) Spain, Italy

65. Between which years were the GDPs per person increasing in both France and the UK?

 (a) 2008-2009 (b) 2007-2008 (c) 2006-2007 (d) Cannot tell from data

66. What was the average GDP per person for France and the UK across the 5 years shown?

 (a) £23,500 (France); £23,200 (UK) (b) £23,650 (France); £23,500 (UK) (c) £23,500 (France); £23,000 (UK) (d) £23,650 (France); £23,200 (UK)

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