Answer sheet for N5 (c) 
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Escrito por NHA  
Viernes 08 de Febrero de 2013 16:46  
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1 number patterns You get one point for each correct answer maximum 3 points (a) 36 (b) 96
(c) 10
(a) B (harmonious) (b) D(ardent)
(c) C (amass) (d) B (perpetual) (e) C (supplant)
3 logical deduction You get one point for each correct answer maximum 3 points (a) (Who's on duty) C (b) (bee boxing) D
(c) (Mr Cakeliner) C Bonus Question: We will accept either C, D or E (we don't know if Cakeliner's stomach is 'average'). * You get one point for this correct answer
4 Spaceport You get one point for each correct answer maximum 2 points
Question 1 C (485) the number of craft landing in 3000 = private + state = 1250 + 1350 = 2600 the number of craft landing in 2090 = private + state = 1475 + 1510 = 3085 The difference in the number of craft landing in 2090 and 3000 = 3085  2600 = 485
Question 2 D (8.3%) the total number of craft in 2090 = 155 + 125 + 1475 + 1610 = 3365 the total number of repaired craft in 2090 = 155 + 125 = 280
The percentage of craft repaired in 2090 = (280 / 3365) x 100 =8.3% 5 Spaceport passengers You get one point for each correct answer maximum 2 points
Question 1 D (40%) The total number of passengers traveling in 2010 was 1,542,000 + 985,000 = 2,527,000 The percentage of travelers arriving in state craft = (the number of travelers arriving in state craft / the total number of travelers) x 100 = (985 / 2527) = 38.98% which is approximately 40%
Question 2 E (47%) Number of passengers on state craft in 2012 was 1,750,000 Overall number of passengers in 2012 was 1,750,000 + 1995000 = 3745000
The percentage of passengers on state craft was (1,750,000 / 3745000) x 100 =46.73% which is approximately 47%
6 Hackers You get one point for each correct answer maximum 4 points Question 1 D (24.1) Question 2 C (27.1) Question 3 A (feb) Question 4 C (36.5) Question 1 D (65) Question 2 C (2002) Question 3 A (2000) Question 4 C (2002)
72 people went to the bar and 14 people went to the beach. The first thing is to make this question an equation. The equation is x+y=86. x is the larger group and y is the smaller group. So, y=86x. So, x+86x=86. If the first statement is true then ¼(x)>y. Since y=86x, then ¼(x)>86x. Now find out the greatest possible number that will satisfy the equation ¼(x)>86x. The largest number y could be is 17. The smallest number x could be is 69. 9 CIRCUITS You get one point for each difference spotted maximum 12 points
Footnotes *Mr Cakeliner is now employed by research scientists as a permanent replacement for the outdated LD50 test.


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