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Children in middle school should be required to take a foreign language class every year.
Which of the following statements, if true, best strengthens the above argument?
A. Less educated people struggle in life, have worse health, and are poorer.
B. Children who study a second language outperform monolingual peers in Arithmetic and English.
C. Learning a language is difficult because it requires both mental and physical effort.
D. Frisian is regarded as one of the most closely related languages to English, making it easy to learn.
|Mary warned Alex about the importance of keeping garbage away from bodies of water. She told Alex that there are several harmful effects garbage can bring to the ecosystem.|
Mary: “If you don’t listen to me, waste will accumulate in the water, we will have a contaminated water environment, fish and marine creatures will die, we will not have fresh water to drink, people will become dehydrated, and it will only take a few days for anyone to die without water.”
Which of the following best describes the flaw in the above argument?
A. Mary’s argument is based on information about waste disposal in the sea was provided by an untrustworthy source.
B. Although Mary supplied no logical basis, the argument relates putting trash in the water to an increase in water wastes and claims a chain of consequences.
C. Accumulation of waste in water poses a significant level of harm to sea creatures and the whole ecosystem.
D. Neither the facts nor the argument presented in this paragraph is sufficient to support or refute the assertion being made.
African wild dogs are increasingly relegated to national parks. Within these boundaries, they must compete for food. These dogs have developed into predators that hunt on large herbivores like wildebeest and warthogs. According to research, these species have become better at travelling across human-modified environments to hunt.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the argument?
A. A lot of African wild dogs now live in national parks, but they’re able to move around in environments that humans have modified.
B. Majority of these dogs begin to compete for food due to prey shortages.
C. There is insufficient data in this argument to claim a conclusion.
D. African wild dogs living in national parks have evolved into animals that prey on herbivores.
|Martha and Samuel had an engaging discussion about pandemics.
Samuel talks about the timeline of pandemics globally, such as the Bubonic Plague, Yellow Fever, Sars, and Ebola. Samuel pointed out the rise of Covid-19 and how this had similar features with other pandemics in the sense that it mainly attacked the respiratory system.
Martha finds Samuel’s logic a bit off.
Samuel: “There’s no stopping a pandemic once it starts. The first pandemic led to a series of pandemics that happened in history. Today, we have Covid-19. In a few years, another pandemic will resurface eventually.”
Which of the following sentences shows the mistake Samuel has made?
A. Samuel’s argument assumes that a single instance of a pandemic will lead to a chain of future events without due consideration to other factors that may contribute to this.
B. Because no one else could establish otherwise, Samuel maintained his claim.
C. Samuel believes that the Bubonic Plague and Covid-19 are the same.
D. Samuel joined a conversation with very minimal knowledge about it.
Joseph wants to buy six plastic bags. There are four shops that sell the product he wants. The shops, the price of the plastic bags, and any special offers are shown in the following table:
|Standard price of plastic bags||Special Offer|
|Shop A||$1||No special offer|
|Shop B||$3||Buy 3 get 1 free|
|Shop C||$2||50% off on the first item|
|Shop D||$5||Buy 2 get 1 free|
Joseph wants to buy all his plastic bags from the same shop and spend as little as possible.
Which shop should Joseph buy all his plastic bags from?
A. Shop A
B. Shop B
C. Shop C
D. Shop D
Some forks are knives. Some knives are spoons. Many spoons are ladles.
I. Some forks are ladles.
II. No fork is a ladle.
Which of the following statements is true?
A. Either I or II follows
B. Neither I nor II follows
C. Only I follows
D. Only II follows
All fully matured eggs can hatch.
If the above statement is true, which of the following statements must also be true?
A. Therefore, eggs can hatch before they are fully mature.
B. If an egg cannot hatch, it is not fully matured.
C. Some matured eggs do not hatch.
D. Eggs hatch after a long period.
Three students – Edd, Ray, and George were suspected of not listening to the teacher during a class discussion. The Guidance Counselor knows that one of them is guilty. When faced with community service, they made the following statements:
Edd: Ray is guilty.
Ray: Edd is not guilty.
George: Ray is not guilty.
However, only 1 of the three is telling the truth; the other two are lying.
Which of the following statements must be true?
A. Edd is guilty but lying.
B. Edd is telling the truth.
C. Ray is guilty and lying.
D. George is guilty but not lying.
Which of the following mathematical statements is true?
A. Statement one is true.
B. Statement two is true.
C. Both statements are true.
D. None of the statements is true.
If Marie ate ⅓ of the cake and I ate ¼ of the cake as well, what part of the cake did we both eat?
A. 1/2 slice of cake
B. 7/12 whole cake
C. 1/4 slice of cake
D. 1/3 slice of cake
If Mary has a half slice of cake and she wants to cut it in 1/4 slice of cake. How many 1/4 slices of cake can she have?
Anna wrote the following decimal values in her paper. She wants to determine which of the following decimal values have the largest amount?
0.1, 0.007, 0.00019, 0.00098
Fel is answering her Math test, if one of the question is 1/5 ____ 3/4 .What should be Fel’s answer in order to get the correct answer?
Cassandra has $19, Bliss has $17 and Lyra has $3. How much is the difference between the kid with the most money and the kid with the least money?
Lyra’s mother gave her $8.50. If she already has two 1-dollar notes, how much money does she have?
Vincent has $30. If he bought all these dice for $3 each, how much money does he have left?
Tony has two numbers, 60% and 120. In order to obtain the third number he needs to calculate 60% of 120, what is 60% of 120?
If the dimensions of a kitchen floor are shown below, what is the total area of the kitchen floor?
A. 17.25 sq. cm
B. 16.50 sq. cm
C. 13.50 sq. cm
D. 12. 50 sq. cm