# Admin Exam

“Modern life uses mass amounts of electricity on a daily basis. In fact, virtually everything about how we live, commute, communicate, and work is implanted with vast quantities of energy. It is also being used in currency through Bitcoin. Bitcoin uses so much energy that people are concerned it might further promote global warming. These concerns are distracting from the more severe problems, which is that in many countries people don’t have enough electricity to power a refrigerator.

A research team calculated the energy consumption for bitcoin at about 48 TWh per year. That is more than used by 3 million Americans in a year. This was further supported by the International Energy Agency; a French intergovernmental group considered an authority on energy policing in the world.”

Question 1:**Bitcoin Energy consumption is at an alarming rate in comparison to what is normally used by people?**

“Modern life uses mass amounts of electricity on a daily basis. In fact, virtually everything about how we live, commute, communicate, and work is implanted with vast quantities of energy. It is also being used in currency through Bitcoin. Bitcoin uses so much energy that people are concerned it might further promote global warming. These concerns are distracting from the more severe problems, which is that in many countries people don’t have enough electricity to power a refrigerator.

A research team calculated the energy consumption for bitcoin at about 48 TWh per year. That is more than used by 3 million Americans in a year. This was further supported by the International Energy Agency; a French intergovernmental group considered an authority on energy policing in the world.”

Question 2:**People are not concerned about energy inequality because they are not aware of it.**

“Modern life uses mass amounts of electricity on a daily basis. In fact, virtually everything about how we live, commute, communicate, and work is implanted with vast quantities of energy. It is also being used in currency through Bitcoin. Bitcoin uses so much energy that people are concerned it might further promote global warming. These concerns are distracting from the more severe problems, which is that in many countries people don’t have enough electricity to power a refrigerator.

A research team calculated the energy consumption for bitcoin at about 48 TWh per year. That is more than used by 3 million Americans in a year. This was further supported by the International Energy Agency; a French intergovernmental group considered an authority on energy policing in the world.”

Question 3:**The effect of Bitcoin on the environment distracts from energy-inequality that many people face.**

A research team calculated the energy consumption for bitcoin at about 48 TWh per year. That is more than used by 3 million Americans in a year. This was further supported by the International Energy Agency; a French intergovernmental group considered an authority on energy policing in the world.”

Question 4:**There has been no research conducted regarding the amount of energy used by bitcoin.**

There are 4 types of housing category for students. Each with different number of occupants and lifestyle:

**Halls of residence** - **Catered**

has 230 males and 210 female occupants

**Halls of residence** - S**elf-catering**

has 185 males and 205 females

**Rented housing**

has 420 males and 380 females

**Living with parents**

has 40 males and 25 females

Question 1:

How many students lived in 'Rented Housing'?

There are 4 types of housing category for students. Each with different number of occupants and lifestyle:

**Halls of residence** - **Catered**

has 230 males and 210 female occupants

**Halls of residence** - S**elf-catering**

has 185 males and 205 females

**Rented housing**

has 420 males and 380 females

**Living with parents**

has 40 males and 25 females

Question 2:

How many females lived in the 4 categories in total?

There are 4 types of housing category for students. Each with different number of occupants and lifestyle:

**Halls of residence** - **Catered**

has 230 males and 210 female occupants

**Halls of residence** - S**elf-catering**

has 185 males and 205 females

**Rented housing**

has 420 males and 380 females

**Living with parents**

has 40 males and 25 females

Question 3:

If the amount of students living with their parents doubled by next year, how many would that be?

**Halls of residence** - **Catered**

has 230 males and 210 female occupants

**Halls of residence** - S**elf-catering**

has 185 males and 205 females

**Rented housing**

has 420 males and 380 females

**Living with parents**

has 40 males and 25 females

Question 4:

**What was the difference between how many females lived in rented housing compared to the number of males?**

**The Active Broadband connections in the Philippines** from June 2022 has 20.6 million and in June 2023, it has increased to 21.7 million.**The total data that has been uploaded/downloaded** last June of 2022 was 484,000,000 GB and it had a total increase of 650,000,000 GB in June of 2023.**The monthly data per household connection** has a total of 23 GB from June 2022 and it increased this June of 2023 with a total of 30 GB.**The total peak usage hours** which started at 6pm until midnight was 34% last June of 2022 and it decreased to 31% This June of 2023.**The average data per connection increased from 23GB to 30GB from 2022 to 2023. What percentage increase does this present?**

**The Active Broadband connections in the Philippines** from June 2022 has 20.6 million and in June 2023, it has increased to 21.7 million.**The total data that has been uploaded/downloaded** last June of 2022 was 484,000,000 GB and it had a total increase of 650,000,000 GB in June of 2023.**The monthly data per household connection** has a total of 23 GB from June 2022 and it increased this June of 2023 with a total of 30 GB.**The total peak usage hours** which started at 6pm until midnight was 34% last June of 2022 and it decreased to 31% This June of 2023.**What is the growth in household monthly data used expressed only as peak hourly rate?**

**The Active Broadband connections in the Philippines** from June 2022 has 20.6 million and in June 2023, it has increased to 21.7 million.**The total data that has been uploaded/downloaded** last June of 2022 was 484,000,000 GB and it had a total increase of 650,000,000 GB in June of 2023.**The monthly data per household connection** has a total of 23 GB from June 2022 and it increased this June of 2023 with a total of 30 GB.**The total peak usage hours** which started at 6pm until midnight was 34% last June of 2022 and it decreased to 31% This June of 2023.**What is the actual growth in the total data used after the extra household connections are factored out?**

**The Active Broadband connections in the Philippines** from June 2022 has 20.6 million and in June 2023, it has increased to 21.7 million.**The total data that has been uploaded/downloaded** last June of 2022 was 484,000,000 GB and it had a total increase of 650,000,000 GB in June of 2023.**The monthly data per household connection** has a total of 23 GB from June 2022 and it increased this June of 2023 with a total of 30 GB.**The total peak usage hours** which started at 6pm until midnight was 34% last June of 2022 and it decreased to 31% This June of 2023.**If every Household on average per month downloads 6 films (at 1.5GB per film) and 35 songs (music is 4MB per song) then what is the remaining percentage of other data in 2023?**

The following metric to imperial conversions are: 1 kilogram is equivalent to 2.2 pounds, 1 litre is equivalent to 1.75 pints, 4.5 litres equals 1 gallon, 8 kilometres equals 5 miles, 30 centimetres equals 1 foot, and 2.54 centimetres equals 1 inch.**What is 8 kilograms in pounds?**

The following metric to imperial conversions are: 1 kilogram is equivalent to 2.2 pounds, 1 litre is equivalent to 1.75 pints, 4.5 litres equals 1 gallon, 8 kilometres equals 5 miles, 30 centimetres equals 1 foot, and 2.54 centimetres equals 1 inch.**James is 5’8 tall, what is James’ height in centimetres (to the nearest cm)?**

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