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KP - question 226 c

ZanaZana AAT Student Posts: 27
Hi All!

Can somebody,please help me with the attached question, I have attached the answer as well, but struggling to understand how they got to these numbers?

Thank you in advance for your time!

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  • Pian32Pian32 Registered Posts: 144
    Your missing information to show it all:

    The conversion rate is calculated by taking the Number of sales and dividing by the number of website visits *100
    The % sales returned is the number of returns divided by the number of sales * 100
    The last one depends on what the earlier information was:
    Either the total sales £ divided by number of sales
    or (total sales- returned)£ divided by (number of sales - returns)
    AAT Level 4, MAAT
  • ZanaZana AAT Student Posts: 27
    Thank you @Pian32
  • MannaesiMannaesi Registered Posts: 60
    @Zana hello there,your questions seems interesting,which book you using?and if you dont mind can you attach more performance indicators questions

    @Pian32 hy bro,,,,,,,i cant get the average price per sales can you please show it in figures bro
  • Pian32Pian32 Registered Posts: 144
    The image doesn't have the total sale value so I can't do the figures for that one
    AAT Level 4, MAAT
  • ZanaZana AAT Student Posts: 27
    the sales value for year 1 is £2,889, 598 and for year 2 is £3,635,746 The question is from Kaplan exam kit @Pian32 and @Mannaesi
  • ZanaZana AAT Student Posts: 27
    the sales value for year 1 is £2,889, 598 and for year 2 is £3,635,746. I have tried to attach the whole question, but I am not allowed to upload. The question is from Kaplan exam kit @Pian32 and @Mannaesi.
  • Pian32Pian32 Registered Posts: 144
    So the average sales is the sales income (£) / Total sales in year.

    Year 1: 2889598/140956 = 20.5
    Year 2: 3635746/157870 = 23.03
    AAT Level 4, MAAT
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