RPA Test 01
Choose the correct answer from the following questions
Booking a flight
1. How much is added to a flight if all options are selected (include only one item of luggage)?
2. How much would be the cost of a flight at 08.00 to destination A for 3 passengers who select none of the further options?
3. How much more is the morning flight compared with the afternoon flight to destination A, expressed as a multiple?
4. How much would be the cost to destination D on the 16.00 flight for a couple who opt for two items of luggage in the hold?
5. What is the total cost for a party of 54 passengers booked for the morning flight to destination C if one item of hold luggage was booked for each of them?
6. How much more is a morning flight compared with an afternoon flight for a family of four to destination B with travel insurance and three items of hold luggage?
7. A party of three book to fly on the afternoon flight to destination C and opt for two items of hold luggage and the environment offset. How much is the cost of their trip?
8. What is the percentage difference between the afternoon and morning flights to destination D?
9. A frequent flyer is offered a 20% discount on a single flight which he opts to use on the afternoon flight to destination A. He opts for a single item of luggage in the hold and the environmental offset. The discount applies to the flight only. How much does he pay?
10. Calculate the range between the maximum and minimum cost of a single journey (with one item of hold luggage)?
1. What will be the revenue generated from Cool mints in 2007 if the target is realized?
2. What is the total revenue for the year 2006?
3. What will be the total revenue for the year 2007 if targets are realized?
4. What is the % target increase in revenue in 2008 for the Fruit salad line?
5. Which product line has the lowest % revenue growth target for 2007?
6. Which is the best estimate of the revenue that Sour cola will generate in 2008 if the targets for that year and 2007 are realized?
7. What is the mean target percentage increase for growth in 2008?
8. If the target during 2007 is realized, how much will the product Hard gums generate in 2006 and 2007 combined?
9. In which range does the revenue from Soft fruit in 2008 fall if the targets for that year and 2007 are realized?
10. Which of the following statements is NOT valid?
Over the 3 years shown, Cool mints is targeted to generate the most revenue.
The figures for Hard gums in 2007 and 2008 combined give a target revenue increase of 3%.
Over the 3 years shown, Sour cola is targeted to generate the least revenue.
The figures for Fruit salad in 2007 and 2008 combined give a target revenue increase of 3%.
The web-building company
1. How many years of data are detailed in the graph?
2. In Yr 3, what percentage of Yr 0 revenue is forecast in scenario D?
3. Which scenario best fits the following figures:Yr 1 $30m, Yr 2 $32.5m, Yr 3 $33.8m, Yr 4 $34.5m, Yr 5 $34.7m
4. Which scenario shows the least variation (change) over the 5 years?
5. Assuming that revenue continues to increase by the same extent, how much more revenue as a percentage of Yr 0 revenue would you expect scenario A to realize in Yr 6?
6. Calculate the $ forecast for revenue for scenario A in Yr 5
7. Which of the following could help realize the planned aggressive program of expansion in output?
More production facilities
Lowering the unit price
Extending the project range
8. Which is the best estimate of how much more revenue over Yr 0 scenario D will generate over Yr 1 and Yr 2 combined (take the scenario D forecast for Yr 1 to be 105%)?
9. The president of the web-building company sets as a revenue target for Yr 5 the sum of $35m. Estimate how many, if any, of the scenarios can deliver this ambitious target.
None of the scenarios
Only scenario A
Scenarios A and B
Scenarios A, B and C
10. Which scenario best fits the following figures?
Yr 1 $26m, Yr 2 $27m, Yr 3 $28.5m, Yr 4 $31m, Yr 5 $34m
Yr 1 $28.5, Yr 2 $30m, Yr 3 $32m, Yr 4 $34m, Yr 5 $39m
Yr 1 $27m, Yr 2 $28.5m, Yr 3 $30m, Yr 4 $31.5m, Yr 5 $30m
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