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Amy’s mother gave her $200 to buy groceries at the supermarket. She bought 2 bottles of milk for $65 each, 3 cans of goods that cost $17 each, and 5 pieces of bread for $2 each. How much is Amy’s change?
Lucy went to a bakeshop for cookies. Each cookie costs $3. She bought 2 boxes with 5 cookies inside. How much did Lucy spend in all?
Mary bought a shirt that cost $250, two pairs of pants that cost $110 for each pair, and socks that cost $65. How much did Mary pay in total?
Lucas has 25 marbles, he gave 8% of marbles each to his friends Kyle and Jenny. How many marbles are left for Lucas?
A. 21 marbles
B. 20 marbles
C. 25 marbles
D. 26 marbles
Grandpa shared $2.50 with each grandchild. If he has 5 grandchildren how much money did he share?
In a market, oranges cost $25.50 per kilo. How much will it cost if you buy 5 kilos?
If a shoe costs $345.60. How much change will you get from $500?
Out of 75,000 books in the library, 15% of it is Math. Find the number of Math books.
A. 10, 299
B. 11, 200
C. 12, 000
D. 11, 250
The baby sleeps at exactly 8:00 pm and wakes up at 4:30 am. Find the duration of her sleep.
A. 10 hours
B. 8 hours
C. 8 and a half hours
D. 7 and a half hours
Mika leaves for work at 7:00 am. If it takes 2 hours and 15 minutes to travel, what time will Mika reach her workplace?
A. 9:00 am
B. 9:10 am
C. 9:15 pm
D. 9:15 am
People should just use public transit as often as possible instead of driving their own cars.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. People complain about public transportation because it is crowded, dirty, and
B. Weather and seasons affect road infrastructure and travel.
C. Public transportation emits less pollution per passenger per mile than a
D. One of the main benefits of owning a car is being able to plan on spontaneous
trips or long drives.
A sculpture is placed in a glass box and displayed in a museum as shown in the diagram below
Which one of the following is not a possible view from one of the sides of the glass box?
Jen’s supervisor, Alex Hormozi, always reminds her that restrooms should be cleaned on a regular basis. “Not cleaning the restroom on a regular basis will cause the accumulation of dirt, bacteria, germs, and horrible odour to form inside. If you don’t listen, we will contract infections and diseases as a result of the dirty restroom,” he warned Jen.
Which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?
A. Non-cleaning of restrooms can lead to infection or illness transmission, as stated
correctly in this paragraph.
B. Reliable data was utilised to back up the assertion that dirty restrooms cause illnesses and diseases.
C. There was no rational evidence offered to back up the claim that cleaning the bathroom
regularly might lead to an accumulation of filth and bacteria, which can set off a sequence of events.
D. Because Alex isn’t a specialist in bathroom cleaning, Jen’s claim may be flawed.
The UK government has reversed course on the COVID vaccine requirement for healthcare workers. Employees in the health and social care fields will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination in order to keep their jobs. The reason is that it is no longer proportionate.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. The UK has switched direction on the obligation for healthcare professionals to have the
COVID vaccine since it is no longer proportionate.
B. Health Workers are required to be fully vaccinated to work.
C. The General Medical Council and the Royal College of Nursing have previously stated
that unless there is a medical cause, people should not travel unless they have a
D. Vaccination before working is not really important for all workers in the country
A bunch of underpaid employees was staging a protest against their employer.
It was payday, but the money in their payslip was too low for the work they have accomplished. They have been working at the same company for years and their paychecks never seemed to grow with the trend in the cost of living. In fact, it decreased. They came to the conclusion that their employer, Mrs. Riggs, was engaging in unfair labour practices in order to increase her wealth.
Mrs. Riggs decided to face the protesters.
Mrs. Riggs: “You whine about your paycheck? You don’t even have a college diploma.”
Which of the following sentences shows the mistake Mrs. Riggs has made?
A. Mrs. Riggs believes that having a college diploma will give you better employment opportunities.
B. Mrs. Riggs’ answer to the protesters was framed as a personal attack on their educational qualifications.
C. Mrs. Riggs made an illogical generalisation about all student dropouts.
D. Mrs. Riggs confused, deceived, and misled her employees by linking the paychecks to college diplomas.
Three different shapes are given below:
Which of the following figures can be made by combining the 3 shapes above?
An artist has a large project coming up this year, so he calculated how much it would cost to purchase the necessary materials. The total cost of each material is shown in the table below.
They transferred the data to a pie chart but put one of the lines of the pie chart in the wrong place.
The lines between which variables must be incorrect?
A. Emulsion and Pencil
B. Pencil and Tape
C. Tape and Paint
D. Paint and Brush
E. Brush and Emulsion
Some towels are blankets. Some blankets are pillows. All pillows are cotton.
I. Some pillows are blankets
II. Some cotton are towels
III. All towels are cotton
IV. Some cotton are blankets
Which of the following statements is possible?
A. Some pillows are blankets and some cotton are towels.
B. Some pillows are blankets and some cotton are blankets.
C. Some pillows are blankets and all towels are cotton.
D. Some cotton is towels and some cotton is blankets.
If Jant walks to school every day, he will save money on fuel.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. If Jant will not save money on fuel, then he will not walk to school every day.
B. If Jant does not walk to school every day, then he will not save money on fuel.
C. Therefore, Jant is a thrifty boy.
D. Jant needs a companion as he walks to school.
Three students – Ralph, George, and Alek were suspected of eating inside the science laboratory. Science Lab Teacher Hesedh knows that 2 of them are guilty. When faced with the prohibition to enter for 2 days, they made the following statements:
Ralph: George is not guilty.
George: Alek is guilty.
Alek: I am guilty.
However, only 2 of the 3 are telling the truth; the other 1 is lying.
Which of the following statements must be true?
A. George is lying.
B. Ralph is lying.
C. Alek is lying.
D. George is guilty but lying