Aptitude Tests 4 Me

Data Interpretation

118. If Profit before tax increases by 15% for Competitor B and decreases by 8% for Competitor A, what is the difference between Competitor A and Competitor Bs corporation tax payments (to the nearest £million)?

 (a) £10 million (b) £12 million (c) £14 million (d) £16 million

119. Competitor B and Competitor C choose to declare their Revenues in \$ and Euros respectively. What are these figures? (Use the exchange rates 1£ = \$1.66; 1£ = 1.15).

 (a) \$1,043 million (Competitor B); 708 million (Competitor C) (b) \$1,049 million (Competitor B); 690 million (Competitor C) (c) \$1,049 million (Competitor B); 720 million (Competitor C) (d) \$720 million (Competitor B); 1,055 million (Competitor C)

120. What would be the difference in Euros if Competitor A used an exchange rate of 1£ = 1.20, rather than 1£ = 1.15, when calculating its Profit after tax?

 (a) 0.05 million (b) 1.15 million (c) 2.05 million (d) 3.15 million

121. What was the average Gross profit across the 3 competitors (to the nearest £10million)?

 (a) £140 million (b) £141 million (c) £142 million (d) £143 million

122. Competitor C moves to a country charging 15% corporation tax and corporation tax falls to 22% for Competitors A and B. What is the total corporation tax payable for the 3 competitors (based upon the Profit before tax figures shown)?

 (a) £62 million (b) £46 million (c) £26 million (d) £25 million

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