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Question of the Day (07-Apr-17)

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The number of people going online has passed one billion for the first time, according to comScore, an online metrics company. Almost 180 million internet users- over one in six of the world's online population- live in China, more than any other country. Until a few months ago America had most web users, but with 163m people online, or over half of its total population, it has reached saturation point. More populous countries such as China, Brazil and India will eventually overtake those western countries with already high penetration rates.

Which of the following assumptions underlies the conclusion that China, Brazil and India will eventually overtake western countries in the number of web users?
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 1)China, Brazil, and India have population- growth rates that are much higher than those of western countries.
 2)China, Brazil, and India account for more than 50 per cent of the computers sold worldwide.
 3)The potential users of the web are less in western countries than in China, Brazil, and India.
 4)Computer literacy in China, Brazil, and India is increasing at a higher rate than in western countries.
 5)The number of web users in the western countries is expected to decline in the future.

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