1.If you wanted to find out how many New Yorkers suffer from asthma, which of the following would be the best resource?
2.Which of the following sentences best encapsulates this paragraph’s conclusion?
“A study by neuroscientists at the University of California Irvine showed people with a specific gene variant performed more than 20% worse on driving tests than people without it. This gene variant reduces the availability of brain-derived neurotrophic factor during activity, which keeps memory strong and brain cells functioning at a maximum capacity. In people with the variant, a smaller portion of the brain is stimulated than in those without it. As part of the study, 29 people were subjected to a driving test that required learning elements of the track, including difficult curves. Seven of those tested had the gene variant. The test was repeated four days later. Results showed drivers with the gene variant performed worse on both tests and remembered less the second time through. However, studies have found people with it maintain mental sharpness longer when neurodegenerative diseases, such as Huntington’s, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis are present.”
Neuroscientists at University of California Irvine are studying which groups of people are the best drivers.
3.A client wants to know the total addressable market for mattress sales in New York City. Which of the following would best satisfy the client’s request?
4.Which of the following should be the first step in your research process?
5.If 7.5% of pizza orders in Gotham are for Hawaiian pizzas, and you know that there are 100 pizza restaurants in Gotham, what can you determine about the number of Gotham restaurants that have Hawaiian pizzas on their menus?