Use the following above to answer the questions that follow.

4.1.1 Capsule 24 and capsules 30 have the following number of occupants

Only 5 adults of the total number of occupants in the table above bought tickets

online. A South African tourist at the London Eye remarked that more than RI 8 400

was spent on these tickets. Verify, with calculations,

whether this remark is CORRECT. (8)

4.1.2 The capsules are mounted on the circumference of the wheel.

(a) Calculate (in feet) the circumference of the wheel.

You may use the formula:

(b) Hence, calculate the distance (to the nearest metre) on the

circumference between any TWO capsules right next to each other. (3)

4.2

Use the information above to answer the questions that follow.

4.2.1 Calculate the difference between the number of holiday visitors to the

North West and the number to the West Midlands. (3)

4.2.2 Determine (as a percentage) the probability of randomly selecting a

business visitor to the Midlands from the total business visitors. (4)

4.2.3 A visitor stated that there are more than 3 times more holiday visitors than business

visitors to Scotland.

Verify, with a calculation, whether this statement is valid. (3)

4.2.4 Calculate the interquartile range for VFR visitors. (5)

4.2.5 Give ONE other reason, besides employment opportunities, why tourism

is important to a country. (2)

4.2.6 The mean direct employment in the United Kingdom is 162 666,5455. The North

East employs 30 440 fewer people than Wales. Calculate the

direct employment for the North East. (5)

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**TOTAL: 150**