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Sam arrived at the park at 9:00 am. She met with her friends at 11:30 am. How long did she wait?
A. 2 hours and 5 minutes
B. 1 hour and 30 minutes
C. 2 hours and 30 minutes
D. 2 hours
Jerry goes to school 3 days a week. How many days does Jerry go to school in a month, if there are four weeks in a month?
A. 12 days
B. 10 days
C. 15 days
D. 9 days
Jason can harvest 50 kilos of mangoes and 25 kilos of bananas a month. How many kilos of mangoes and bananas can Jason harvest in 5 months?
A. 230 kilos of mangoes and 150 kilos of bananas
B. 250 kilos of mangoes and 125 kilos of bananas
C. 200 kilos of mangoes and 100 kilos of bananas
D. 280 kilos of mangoes and 165 kilos of bananas
A vendor sold 45 pieces of apples in the morning and 65 pieces of apples in the afternoon. How many apples can a vendor sell in two days?
A. 200 apples
B. 210 apples
C. 150 apples
D. 220 apples
In a university, students are asked a survey question and 50% of them disagree. If there are 200 students, how many students “agreed”?
A. 150 students
B. 120 students
C. 100 students
D. 50 students
What is the 30% of 200?
Mary Ann had $650 worth of jewelry. She gave 60% of her jewelry to her daughter. How much did her daughter get?
Jake purchased 100 marbles and gave 30% of the marbles to his sister. How many marbles are left for Jake?
A. 50 marbles
B. 60 marbles
C. 40 marbles
D. 70 marbles
If you need to work 42 hours a week. On average how many hours do you need to work per day?
If your salary is $250 in a month. How much will you make in a year?
Plastic water bottles contain chemicals hazardous to humans; hence they should be banned.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. Banning bottled water may contribute to a cleaner earth.
B. Chemicals in plastic water bottles often contaminate the water they hold.
C. It is said that drinking too much water can cause fluid overload and a lack of balance in the body.
D. Plastic bottles do not shatter when knocked over, keeping products and packaging safe to handle.
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?
Mary is a cheerful individual who smiles at everyone she meets. Steve, one of her friends, asked her why she was always smiling. “Smiling can boost your mood, it can increase the level of serotonin in your brain. You can make more friends and having lots is a pleasant experience. You will eventually live a happy life,” Mary responded.
Which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?
A. In this line, there is no proof to back up or disprove the claim.
B. The argument links smiling to an increase in serotonin level in the brain and will set off a series of events, in spite of the fact that no logical proof was presented.
C. The argument makes a conflation between the origins of a problem and the appropriate remedies.
D. Neither the facts nor the argument presented in this paragraph is sufficient to support or refute the assertion being made.
Forcing people into professions they don’t want will always result in a poor fit between candidate and job in terms of knowledge, abilities, experience, and drive. Neither employers nor consumers will be pleased. The “Way to Work” approach will be detrimental to the economy as well. It has been proven that it will lower economic efficiency and productivity.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. The new method fits in all patterns of work.
B. With the new method being implemented, people and workers will be more efficient.
C. Pushing people into jobs they don’t like will always lead to negative results. The new strategy will also be damaging to the economy.
D. Many workers have been protesting and rallying on the matter at hand.
|Luke and Lisa were out for dinner at their favourite steakhouse. When the waiter came to take their orders, they couldn’t agree on how they wanted their steaks to be. Luke wanted his steak well-done, while Lisa wanted hers medium-rare.
Luke’s choice of steak filled Lisa with disgust as she remarked that it’s not how steak should be enjoyed.
Lisa: “Do you not know how to appreciate steaks? Maybe it’s because you don’t know how to cook!”
Which of the following sentences shows the mistake Lisa has made?
A. Lisa gave an unsolicited opinion about steaks.
B. Luke did not choose a good restaurant to eat in.
C. Lisa forced Luke into getting a medium-rare steak.
D. Lisa personally attacks Luke for his choice of steak by using Luke’s lack of cooking skills against him.
Look at the series: 3, 4, 6, 9, 13, …
What number should come next?
Eight competitors in a callisthenics competition will receive up to 10 points in each round. The results for the first three rounds are shown in the table below:
|NAME||ROUND 1||ROUND 2||ROUND 3|
One competitor will win the competition outright if they score enough points in the fourth and final round.
What is the minimum score that this competitor needs to be guaranteed the win?
All children who love huskies do not love American bullies. Some who love golden retrievers love huskies. No one who loves huskies does not love golden retrievers.
I. All who love golden retrievers love huskies.
II. All who love bullies do not love huskies.
III. Some who love golden retrievers may love huskies.
Which statements are true?
A. Only I, III follow
B. Only II, III follow
C. Only II
D. All statements are true.
All medical front liners can avail of free board and lodging.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Everyone can avail of free board and lodging.
B. Medical front liners are privileged.
C. If Nilo is not a medical front liner, he can still avail of free board and lodging.
D. If Keana cannot avail of free board and lodging, she is not a medical front liner.
Three students – Annie, Bryan, and Elisse were suspected of gossiping during class. The Peace Officer knows that one of them is guilty. When faced with paying a fine of $2 as a punishment, they made the following statements:
Annie: Bryan is guilty.
Bryan: I am not guilty.
Elisse: Bryan is not guilty.
However, only two of the three are telling the truth; the other one is lying.
Which of the following statements must be true?
A. Annie is guilty and not lying.
B. Bryan is not guilty and not lying.
C. Elisse is not guilty.
D. Elisse is lying.