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Answer the following questions based on the diagram below which reports country XX’s monthly outward Investment flows to various countries and the world. The FDI figures are reported in US$ million.


1.

What is the growth rate of country XX’s overall outward Investment during the period January 2011 and May 2011?

A.    Approximately 6% Wrong Right

B.    Approximately 3.5%  Wrong Right

C.    Approximately 5.75%  Wrong Right

D.    None of the above  Wrong Right

Answer : None of the above 

Explanation : country XX’s outward investment flow
=> During January 2011 = 3075
=> During May 2011 = 3701
=> Required growth rate = 3701 – 3075 / 3075 x 100%
=> 62600 / 3075 % = 20.36%

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2.

In which month country XX’s outward Investment to Singapore dropped most and what is the month of month growth in that period?

A.    April, approximately negative growth of 39%  Wrong Right

B.    March, approximately negative growth of 49% Wrong Right

C.    April, approximately negative growth of 49%  Wrong Right

D.    None of the above  Wrong Right

Answer : April, approximately negative growth of 49% 

Explanation : Negative growth in March for Singapore
=> 1211 – 741 / 1211 x 100%
=> 39%
=> Negative growth in April for Singapore
=> 741 – 378 / 741 x 100%
=> 49%
=> Thus the country XX’s Outward Investment to Singapore dropped most in April and of approximately 49%

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3.

What is the share of country XX’s outward Investment together in USA and UK in February 2011 of its total investment in the world?

A.    7.24% Wrong Right

B.    8.30% Wrong Right

C.    6.79% Wrong Right

D.    None of these  Wrong Right

Answer : 7.24%

Explanation : Required share of country XX’s outward investment together
=> In USA and UK in Feb 2011
=> 116 + 117 / 3221 x 100%
=> 233 / 3221 x 100%
=> 7.24%

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4.

In which month the share of country XX’s total outward Investment together in Singapore and UAE achieved the highest level and what is the value?

A.    April, 40%  Wrong Right

B.    February, 45% Wrong Right

C.    March, 45% Wrong Right

D.    None of these  Wrong Right

Answer : February, 45%

Explanation : from the given diagram, highest investment in Singapore and UAE
=> Is in the month of February which is equal to 1200 + 227 =
=> 1438 US $ million
=> Required percentage = 1438 / 3222 x 100%
=> 45%

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5.

Between February 2011 and April 2011, to which country did outward investment from XX witness the highest decline?

A.    Singapore Wrong Right

B.    UK Wrong Right

C.    UAE Wrong Right

D.    Others Wrong Right

Answer : Singapore

Explanation : Between February and April, decline in the outward investment
=> From XX to Singapore
=> 1211 – 378 / 1211 x 100%
=> 68.79%
=> UK = 117 – 44 / 117 x 100% = 62.39%
=> UAE = 227 – 157 / 227 x 100% = 30.84%
=> Others = 1551 – 686 / 1551 x 100% = 55.77%
=> Thus, Singapore has the highest decline.
=> We will check the statements one by one

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Percentage of students in various courses(A, B, C , D , E, F ) and percentage of girls of these

6.

How many girls are in course C?

A.    44 Wrong Right

B.    16 Wrong Right

C.    40 Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 16

Explanation : Number of girls in course C = 2% of 800 = 16

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7.

For which pair of courses is the number of boys the same?

A.    E and F Wrong Right

B.    A and D Wrong Right

C.    C and F Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : C and F

Explanation : Course C and F, the number of boys is same.
In C – Total number of students: 5% of 1200 = 60
Number of girls = 2% of 800 = 16
60 – 16 = 44 boys
In F – Total number of students: 13% of 1200 = 156
Number of girls = 14% of 800 = 112
156 – 112 = 44 boys.

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8.

For course E, the number of girls is how much per cent more than the boys for course E?

A.    250% Wrong Right

B.    350% Wrong Right

C.    150% Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 250%

Explanation : From the table in above question, in the course E, number of girls
= 112
And number of boys = 32
Required percentage = 112 – 32 / 32 x 100%
80 / 32 x 100% = 250%

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9.

For which course is the number of boys the minimum?

A.    E Wrong Right

B.    F Wrong Right

C.    C Wrong Right

D.    none of these Wrong Right

Answer : none of these

Explanation : in course A, there is no boy. Thus, we can say that in the course
A, the number of boys is minimum.

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10.

For course D, what is the respective ratio of boys and girls?

A.    3:4 Wrong Right

B.    4:5 Wrong Right

C.    3:5 Wrong Right

D.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 3:4

Explanation : Required ratio = Number of boys in course D / Number of girls in course D
180 / 240 = 3:4

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11.

In which of the following years did the deposits, when compared to the previous year, show the second highest percentage increase?

A.    2003 Wrong Right

B.    2004 Wrong Right

C.    2005 Wrong Right

D.    2006 Wrong Right

E.    2007 Wrong Right

Answer : 2004

Explanation : Percentage growth in 2003 = 5/50 x 100 = 10%
Percentage growth in 2004 = 20/55 x 100 = 36 %
Percentage growth in 2005 = 3/75 x 100 = -4%
Percentage growth in 2006 = 13/72 x 100 = 18%
Percentage growth in 2007 = 60/85 x 100 = 70%
The second highest increase is in 2004

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12.

What is the approximate simple average annual growth rate in the number of brances of ABC bank from 2003 to 2007?

A.    100% Wrong Right

B.    80% Wrong Right

C.    108% Wrong Right

D.    124% Wrong Right

E.    142% Wrong Right

Answer : 124%

Explanation : Total number of branches in 2003 = 57
 Total number of branches in 2007 = 339
 The growth rate of the number of branches from 2003 to 2007
 339 – 57 / 51 x 100
 Simple average annual growth rate
 ¼ x (339 – 57)/51 x 100 = ¼ x 282/57 x 100
 124

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13.

If there are 12, 650 customers for each branch of the bank both in 2005 and 2007, then what is the percentage increase in the total number of customers of the bank from 2005 to 2007?

A.    86% Wrong Right

B.    120% Wrong Right

C.    114.5% Wrong Right

D.    108% Wrong Right

E.    None of these Wrong Right

Answer : 114.5%

Explanation : The percentage increase in number of customers is same as the
Percentage increase in number of branches, as the number of
Customers is proportional to the number of branches.
Percentage increase in the number of branches from
2005 to 2007 = 339 – 158 / 158 x 100 = 114.5%

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14.

In 2006, if there is an average of 800 customers for each branch of the bank, then what is the average deposits per customer?

A.    26 lakhs Wrong Right

B.    50 lakhs Wrong Right

C.    30 lakhs Wrong Right

D.    35 lakhs Wrong Right

E.    45 lakhs Wrong Right

Answer : 45 lakhs

Explanation : Number of customers for the bank in 2006
= 233 x 800 = 1,86,400
Average deposits per customer
85,000 / 1,86,400 = 0.45 crores
45 lakhs

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15.

If there is an annual growth of 20% in the total number of branches of the bank from 2007 to 2009, then how many branches did the bank have in 2009?

A.    500  Wrong Right

B.    488  Wrong Right

C.    480  Wrong Right

D.    470  Wrong Right

E.    510 Wrong Right

Answer : 488 

Explanation : Total number of branches in 2007 = 339
Number of branches in 2009 is 339 x 1.2 x 1.2 = 488

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