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There are 60 construction workers on a construction site. If 15% is absent on a particular day, How many construction workers were absent on the site.
A. 7
B. 8
C. 9
D. 10
In a box full of rubber bands, 10% of them are broken and 27 of them are in good condition. Find the total number of rubber bands in the box.
A. 35
B. 270
C. 30
D. 275
Classes in Physical Education (PE) are a waste of time.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. Over 90% of kids who attend PE class are disinterested and don’t participate.
B. Classroom physical activity can improve students’ attentiveness and capacity to
stay on task.
C. Many PE teachers were active in their youth but became sedentary as they age.
D. The teacher’s physical presence keeps students engaged in active learning
strategies.
The government of the United Kingdom has announced a new initiative to employ 500,000 people. The “Way to Work” initiative promises to give job seekers more support. It will also threaten unemployed people on Universal Credit with financial “sanctions” if they do not look for work.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. A million people have left the labor force.
B. There is a new attempt to place more people in employment with more help for job
seekers.
C. Sanctions, according to Sweden, force individuals into worse jobs.
D. There are effects that are damaging to those who experience sanctions.
John is a 6-year old kid who loves to play with cars. He has a collection of Hot Wheels. John was playing with his Hot Wheels when his mother called him downstairs to eat. John got angry because he wanted to keep playing. He then threw the toy on the stairs but surprisingly, it did not break. His mom then said,
Mother: “All toys from Hot Wheels are really well-built and sturdy.”
Which of the following sentences shows the mistake the mother has made?
A. The mother used hypocrisy to make a conclusion about what happened.
B. There’s not enough evidence that Hot Wheels are well-built and sturdy.
C. The mother made a conclusion right away. It might be true in one case, but that doesn’t
mean it’s always true.
D. The Mother really likes Hot Wheels.
Tyrone: “Jordans are the world’s most popular shoes. This is reflected in the sales data. And almost everyone I know owns one. It has to be the greatest shoes accessible in any market and is unquestionably the ideal option for anybody seeking a fantastic pair of shoes.”
Which of the following best expresses the flaw in the argument above?
A. The argument distracts the audience with irrelevant information to justify the fact that the
Jordans are the best shoes in the market.
B. Tyrone has attacked other brands to prove his point
C. The popularity of the shoes alone does not necessarily equate to it being the best on the
planet.
D. Tyrone might not know that many people, meaning that Jordans are not that popular.
Arnold, Gwen, Stephen, and Jasmine wore the same kind of hat but in different colors: pink, blue, blue-green, and red.
● Arnold and Jasmine are not wearing blue or blue-green.
● Stephen didn’t like blue-green but wore it anyway.
● Jasmine wore either pink or red.
● Arnold wore the red one.
What color of a hat did Gwen wear?
A. Pink
B. Blue
C. Blue Green
D. Red
In a box of bananas and apples, 40% of the fruits are bananas. If the total number of fruits in the basket is 80, how many apples are there?
A. 20
B. 48
C. 7
D. 28
Five barbers had a race to see who could style hair the fastest.
Dorothy won 1st place.
Betsy beat 2 people.
No one came after Jonathan.
Holloway came after Betsy.
Where did Parks finish?
A. 1st
B. 2nd
C. 3rd
D. 4th
E. 5th
Only Annie’s close friends will be invited.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Therefore, Annie has very few close friends.
B. Julius is a close friend to Annie, he will certainly be invited.
C. Therefore, all of Annie’s neighbors will be invited.
D. If Peter is invited, he is certainly a close friend to Annie.
Lyka spent 85% of the money she had to buy books. If she had $2500 money, what was the amount she spent on books?
A. $2340
B. $1245
C. $2125
D. $3254
The prices for Brazil Soccer Convention tickets are shown in the table below
Justin will need a ticket for the following days of the month: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
How much is the cheapest valid combination Justin could use?
A. $20
B. $10
C. $16
D. $14
Kiraz gave $2150 to his friend Dave and $1240 to his other friend Miko, and gave the rest of the money to his Father. If he had $5540 in all, how much did he give to his Father?
A. $1659
B. $2150
C. $2458
D. $3456
Vincent went to a pen shop and purchased a pen that cost $25 and a paper that cost $45. If his money is $100, how much is his change?
A. $20
B. $10
C. $50
D. $30
Three different shapes are given below:
Which of the following figures cannot be made by combining the 3 shapes above?
Marisol bought 2 kg of carrots at the rate of $25 per kg, 3 kg of potatoes at the rate of $30 per kg, and 5 kg of grapes at the rate of $45 per kg. How much did Marisol pay for her purchase?
A. $365
B. $90
C. $104
D. $225
Merideth loves to sleep, she sleeps 5 hours and 20 minutes a day, For how many hours and minutes did she sleep in a week? (hours and minutes separated)
A. 12 hours and 130 minutes
B. 23 hours and 140 minutes
C. 35 hours and 140 minutes
D. 16 hours and 120 minutes
Lara is watching a movie of a duration of 4 hours and 10 minutes. She started watching the movie at exactly 9:00 pm. When will it end?
A. 1:10 am
B. 1:10 pm
C. 11:30 pm
D. 12:00 am
Anna is taking a test that has 30 questions if she gets 70% correct. How many did Anna miss?
A. 11
B. 8
C. 10
D. 9
A sculpture is placed in a glass box and displayed in a museum as shown in the diagram below.
The sculpture can be viewed from all sides.
Which one of the following is not a possible view from one of the sides of the glass box?