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UCAT Quantitative Reasoning

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1 mile = 1.609km

Steven takes public transport to college. He takes a bus to the ferry terminal then catches the ferry before walking 10 minutes to take the metro, which is a 1-minute walk to his college. Steven needs to arrive at college for 9:30am each day.

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1 mile = 1.609km

Steven takes public transport to college. He takes a bus to the ferry terminal then catches the ferry before walking 10 minutes to take the metro, which is a 1-minute walk to his college. Steven needs to arrive at college for 9:30am each day.

Question 11 of 36

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1 mile = 1.609km

Steven takes public transport to college. He takes a bus to the ferry terminal then catches the ferry before walking 10 minutes to take the metro, which is a 1-minute walk to his college. Steven needs to arrive at college for 9:30am each day.

Question 12 of 36

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The table shows the retail price and quantities of various cakes sold by a cake shop in the second week of April:

Cake Product Cost Per Slice Quantity Sold
Victoria Sponge £2.95 64
Red Velvet £3.95 42
Carrot £3.50 58
Chocolate Gateau £3.00 72
Coffee & Walnut £3.95 38

Question 13 of 36

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The table shows the retail price and quantities of various cakes sold by a cake shop in the second week of April:

Cake Product Cost Per Slice Quantity Sold
Victoria Sponge £2.95 64
Red Velvet £3.95 42
Carrot £3.50 58
Chocolate Gateau £3.00 72
Coffee & Walnut £3.95 38

Question 14 of 36

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The table shows the retail price and quantities of various cakes sold by a cake shop in the second week of April:

Cake Product Cost Per Slice Quantity Sold
Victoria Sponge £2.95 64
Red Velvet £3.95 42
Carrot £3.50 58
Chocolate Gateau £3.00 72
Coffee & Walnut £3.95 38

Question 15 of 36

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The table shows the retail price and quantities of various cakes sold by a cake shop in the second week of April:

Cake Product Cost Per Slice Quantity Sold
Victoria Sponge £2.95 64
Red Velvet £3.95 42
Carrot £3.50 58
Chocolate Gateau £3.00 72
Coffee & Walnut £3.95 38

Question 16 of 36

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The table above holds information about four companies trading in the stock market.Hopper and Wipers are large companies, with 60% of their stock shares held by the public and 40% owned by the company owners. The “market value” of a company is the total value of all of its shares. Each share is valued by calculating the midpoint between the “open” and “close” share prices. “High” and “low” share prices represent the peak share price, highest and lowest respectively of each day. If someone were to buy and sell 150,000 of Wiper’s shares, what is the greatest profit that could be made?

Question 17 of 36

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The table above holds information about four companies trading in the stock market.Hopper and Wipers are large companies, with 60% of their stock shares held by the public and 40% owned by the company owners. The “market value” of a company is the total value of all of its shares. Each share is valued by calculating the midpoint between the “open” and “close” share prices. “High” and “low” share prices represent the peak share price, highest and lowest respectively of each day. If someone were to buy and sell 150,000 of Wiper’s shares, what is the greatest profit that could be made?

Question 18 of 36

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The table above holds information about four companies trading in the stock market.

Hopper and Wipers are large companies, with 60% of their stock shares held by the public and 40% owned by the company owners.
The “market value” of a company is the total value of all of its shares. Each share is valued by calculating the midpoint between the “open” and “close” share prices.
“High” and “low” share prices represent the peak share price, highest and lowest respectively of each day.
If someone were to buy and sell 150,000 of Wiper’s shares, what is the greatest profit that could be made?

Question 19 of 36

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The table above holds information about four companies trading in the stock market.

Hopper and Wipers are large companies, with 60% of their stock shares held by the public and 40% owned by the company owners.
The “market value” of a company is the total value of all of its shares. Each share is valued by calculating the midpoint between the “open” and “close” share prices.
“High” and “low” share prices represent the peak share price, highest and lowest respectively of each day.
If someone were to buy and sell 150,000 of Wiper’s shares, what is the greatest profit that could be made?

Question 20 of 36

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The total cost for each type equals the deposit plus the hourly rate for the number of hours specified in the table. Some information has been omitted from the table.

Question 21 of 36

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The total cost for each type equals the deposit plus the hourly rate for the number of hours specified in the table. Some information has been omitted from the table.

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The total cost for each type equals the deposit plus the hourly rate for the number of hours specified in the table. Some information has been omitted from the table.

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The total cost for each type equals the deposit plus the hourly rate for the number of hours specified in the table. Some information has been omitted from the table.

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Households in Wales recycled a total of 5.6 million tonnes of dry recycling in the year ending September 2017. This accounted for 31.9% of all waste from households in Wales that same year.Metals that can be recycled are tins, cans, electricals, and scrap metals.Households in Wales recycled 23% more plastic in the third quarter of 2017 as compared to the third quarter of 2015. The amount of paper and card recycled by households in Wales fell by 4% in the same period.

Question 29 of 36

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Households in Wales recycled a total of 5.6 million tonnes of dry recycling in the year ending September 2017. This accounted for 31.9% of all waste from households in Wales that same year.

Metals that can be recycled are tins, cans, electricals, and scrap metals.

Households in Wales recycled 23% more plastic in the third quarter of 2017 as compared to the third quarter of 2015. The amount of paper and card recycled by households in Wales fell by 4% in the same period.

Question 30 of 36

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Households in Wales recycled a total of 5.6 million tonnes of dry recycling in the year ending September 2017. This accounted for 31.9% of all waste from households in Wales that same year.

Metals that can be recycled are tins, cans, electricals, and scrap metals.

Households in Wales recycled 23% more plastic in the third quarter of 2017 as compared to the third quarter of 2015. The amount of paper and card recycled by households in Wales fell by 4% in the same period.

Question 31 of 36

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Households in Wales recycled a total of 5.6 million tonnes of dry recycling in the year ending September 2017. This accounted for 31.9% of all waste from households in Wales that same year.

Metals that can be recycled are tins, cans, electricals, and scrap metals.

Households in Wales recycled 23% more plastic in the third quarter of 2017 as compared to the third quarter of 2015. The amount of paper and card recycled by households in Wales fell by 4% in the same period.

Question 32 of 36

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Pastels, watercolours, and mixed media are types of paintings.

These three types of paintings, plus oil paintings, were the only paintings exhibited.

Sophie exhibited the same number of bronze sculptures as glassworks.

Sophie earns a commission of 35% on the total sale price of any artwork she sells from her gallery.

Question 33 of 36

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Pastels, watercolours, and mixed media are types of paintings.

These three types of paintings, plus oil paintings, were the only paintings exhibited.

Sophie exhibited the same number of bronze sculptures as glassworks.

Sophie earns a commission of 35% on the total sale price of any artwork she sells from her gallery.

Question 34 of 36

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Pastels, watercolours, and mixed media are types of paintings.

These three types of paintings, plus oil paintings, were the only paintings exhibited.

Sophie exhibited the same number of bronze sculptures as glassworks.

Sophie earns a commission of 35% on the total sale price of any artwork she sells from her gallery.

Question 35 of 36

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Pastels, watercolours, and mixed media are types of paintings.

These three types of paintings, plus oil paintings, were the only paintings exhibited.

Sophie exhibited the same number of bronze sculptures as glassworks.

Sophie earns a commission of 35% on the total sale price of any artwork she sells from her gallery.

Question 36 of 36