You performed better than of students
|Your Score||Average of all Users||Percentile|
|2.2 Venn to Text Statements Questions|
You performed better than of students
Now let’s put what you learned about Venn to Text Statements Questions into practice!
This venn diagrams shows the number of friends of 3 people running for school council. Which of the following must be true?
Andrea has 10+B friends whilst Boris and Dominic each have 7+A+B friends so will have fewer friends if A is 2 or fewer.
Mon, 09 Aug 2021 11:23:04
Am I not seeing the full question?
Tue, 14 Sep 2021 18:10:26
no its all there b
The following diagram displays the number of flowers in the gardens of 100 citizens in Berkshire. Every home has at least one flower.
Gardens with Roses
= 9 + X + Y + 6 + 8 + 3
= 26 + X + Y
Gardens with Tulips
= 2 + 3 + 6 + 8 + X + Y
= 19 + X + Y
The second easiest to rule out is B because we just have to add up the numbers that are not in overlapping regions. Adding up 4 + 3 + 7 + 6 = 20 – B is false.
Looking at these statements, the easiest to rule out is C because we just have to check if there is a region that has all four circles overlapping or not. There is no such region, so zero gardens have all four flowers – C is false.
Gardens with Daffodils
= 4 + 2 + 9 + X
= 15 + X
Thu, 25 Feb 2021 20:48:25
C is also correct because the calculation of gardens with all 4 flowers is exactly zero.
This diagram shows information on a group’s favourite topping on pancakes.
The values for each are as follows:
Chocolate – 7+x+y, Banana – 11+x, Strawberry – 12+y.
This means that if x is two greater than y then banana will be more popular than strawberry.
E.g. for x = 3 and y = 1, banana = 14 and strawberry = 13.
Tue, 18 Aug 2020 18:32:26
If x is two bigger than y means that, X could be 2 and banana 1. But the example given says 3 for X and 1 for y. This would be three times bigger, not 2.
Tue, 18 Aug 2020 18:33:02
If x is two bigger than y means that, X could be 2 and Y 1. But the example given says 3 for X and 1 for Y. This would be three times bigger, not 2.
Sat, 09 Jan 2021 23:15:37
If x=2 and y=1 then they are equal thus not filling the requirement of the answer
Fri, 16 Jul 2021 14:57:39
Why isn't C the correct answer?
Sat, 24 Jul 2021 19:18:32
banana= 5+2+4+(2)-presuming x is only 1 bigger than y. This equals 13. strawberry= 6+2+4+(1)=13. both are the same therefore there must be a mistake with the answer...???
Tue, 03 Aug 2021 09:29:05
The answer should be C because it said chocolate only Why does no one reply here
Mon, 09 Aug 2021 13:20:18
The answer can not be C because chocolate only is 3, while banana and strawberry is 2. So banana and strawberry is the least favourite topping (of the values that we know, but x or y could also be less than 3)
Wed, 18 Aug 2021 20:07:54
x>y could be x=1 and y=0 which would make banana=11+1=12 and strawberry=12+0=12. As a result answer A is incorrect
A group of applicants for interpreting jobs at a Czech company were asked to list which foreign languages they had a working proficiency in. The four most common were French, German, Spanish, and English.
French is represented by the rhombus.
Spanish is represented by the triangle.
German is represented by the oval.
English is represented by the rectangle.
The correct answer is B.
The total number of English speakers is 42.
Five sixths of this number would be 5/6 x 42 = 35 people.
Within the rectangle for English, we can see that 6 people do not speak another language.
Therefore, 36 people who speak English also speak another language, and option B is correct.
Sun, 30 Aug 2020 16:29:53
Where are the explanations!?
Fri, 11 Sep 2020 22:21:10
I now know that b is correct, because the total speakers of English are 42, and 42x 5/6 is 36 which is 42 minus the number of English-only speakers which is 6
Fri, 11 Sep 2020 22:21:51
(i guessed this one at first tho)
Wed, 06 Jan 2021 00:52:30
How is B right? The total is 42 and multiplied by 5/6 = 35 and then 42-35 = 7 not 6. Shouldn't the right answer be D?
Thu, 24 Jun 2021 05:11:12
i agree with keshavi
Thu, 12 Aug 2021 12:24:01
B is right as the questions says at least 5/6. Of the 42 English speakers if 5/6 were to speak another language then we need at least 35 that can speak another language. Upon adding 36 speak at least another language therefore is B :)
Fri, 24 Sep 2021 01:21:34
Azra more like assra
QG magazine did a survey of their readers to assess their knowledge of Black-Tie attire brands. They asked if individuals were aware of four brands:
Statement 3 is the correct answer. Here, it’s worth noting on your whiteboard the numbers included in the square (representing Heckitt) and at least one other. The keyword ‘at least’ tells us we should include overlaps with more than one other shape as well. This is 6 + 2 + 8 + 4 + 8 + 4 + 6. In total, this gives 38 people who know of both Heckitt and at least one other company. Overall, 60 people were surveyed which gives us a total of 38/60, which is a little less than 2/3 which would be 40/60.
Statement 1 is incorrect. We see that overall 31 people had heard of Tap Mon, but of these 17 had heard of Hoge Bess which is just over half.
Statement 2 is incorrect. Overall, 25 people had heard of Sleeters. There are only 8 that had heard of all 3, which is less than a third.
Statement 4 is incorrect. From previous analysis we know that overall 60 people were surveyed, and we see that only 17 knew of only one brand. This is more than 15, a quarter of 60.
A group of medical students are asked which of the following specialties they had considered.
Sun, 25 Jul 2021 12:25:25
Fri, 30 Jul 2021 17:47:20
The total number of students is 30. 20% of 30 is 6 and the students who are only after acute is 6 as the pentagon does not overlap with any other job, hence the correct answer is C.
Fri, 24 Sep 2021 01:26:02
A small school makes a diagram of the talents of a number of all Year Seven pupils.
The answer is D. Be careful – this was asking for the statement which is incorrect. There are 84 individuals in the year. One third of this is 28. There are 33 individuals who are in just one shape. This means that greater than a third have just one talent and this answer is the incorrect statement.
A is incorrect. There are 48 individuals in the rectangle showing musicality. This is more than any of the others (Heart/Sporty = 35, Parallelogram/Artistic = 37, Crescent/Academic = 29).
B is incorrect. There are 48 musical pupils. 16 (or 1/3rd) possess just this talent so 32 (2/3rds) possess at least one more. This means that this statement is true.
C is incorrect. There are 84 pupils. The overlap between the heart and the parallelogram is equal to 10 + 7 + 6 = 23. This is more than ¼ of 84 so this statement is correct.
Fri, 04 Sep 2020 12:43:34
i'd like an explanation for this please.
Wed, 06 Jan 2021 03:22:12
This is what I think; I might be wrong though so feel free to correct me. A is correct because it has 48 kids in comparison to the other ones which have less (i honestly just guessed because it had 16). B is correct because 48-16(only musical) = 32 and 32/48 is two thirds C is correct because 23 kids satisfy being sporty and artistic among other qualities and this is more than 84(total number of kids)/4 This leaves only D to be incorrect therefore the right answer :)
The answer is B. X is within the circle and therefore must earn over £100k. This means that they cannot have the income of £25,000 so this is the statement which is not true for X. Initially C might be tempting. However, the statement states that do not have a policymaker role so this is true for X.
C is the answer. Whilst there is overlap between qualified doctors and qualified dentists, J is not in the overlap. He is therefore not a qualified dentist and so is not doubly qualified.
The answer is C. “Long-term basis” is a synonym for the permanent role and “location of preference” maps to desired location. Job B is in an overlap of these two criteria and therefore this is true.
Mary has categorised her recipes. Included in this is her Challah recipe (C).
D is the answer. Challah is in the overlap between all four of the shapes. Therefore, it does need an oven to be cooked and also needs yeast. It is Jewish so cannot be Arabic nor not a Jewish type of bread. It is oven-cooked rather than fried.
Fri, 04 Sep 2020 12:47:38
i selected the correct answer but it still came up wrong
Sun, 06 Sep 2020 20:47:36
I have the same problem as Tinashe
Thu, 04 Mar 2021 05:31:50
This is still a problem
The answer is A. It is an electric car. However, it is priced less than £45,000 rather than less than £40,000. This might raise questions about option D. However, option D offers a threshold greater than that in the key. If it is less than £45,000 then it is by definition less than £50,000.
Tue, 03 Aug 2021 09:32:11
It could also be B
Sat, 07 Aug 2021 15:45:44
It couldn't be B as its top speed is 100 or less. 99 is less than 100, but the question is asking what is *not* true.
Below is a summary of your answers. You can review your questions in three (3) different ways.
The buttons in the lower right-hand corner correspond to these choices:
1. Review all of your questions and answers.
2. Review questions that are incomplete.
3. Review questions that are flagged for review. (Click the 'flag' icon to change the flag for review status.)
You may also click on a question number to link directly to its location in the exam.
This review section allows you to view the answers you made and see whether they were correct or not. Each question accessed from this screen has an 'Explain Answer' button in the top left hand side. By clicking on this you will obtain an explanation as to the correct answer.
At the bottom of this screen you can choose to 'Review All' answers, 'Review Incorrect' answers or 'Review Flagged' answers. Alternatively you can go to specific questions by opening up any of the sub-tests below.
It would be great to have a 15m chat to discuss a personalised plan and answer any questions
Pick a time-slot that works best for you ?
If you're ready and keen to get started click the button below to book your first 2 hour 1-1 tutoring lesson with us. Connect with a tutor from a university of your choice in minutes. (Use FAST5 to get 5% Off!)Buy Now for £70