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Arithmetic Reasoning

36 minutes 30 questions
1. Matthew currently has enough money to buy 45 toy cars. If the cost of each car was 10 cents less, Matthew could buy 5 more cars. How much money does Matthew have to spend on toy cars? 1-A $ 40 1-B $45 1-C $50 1-D $75 2. How many 3-person groups can be formed in a club with 8 people? 2-A 24 2-B 48 2-C 56 2-D 78 3. Daria can wash and detail 3 cars in 2 hours. Larry can wash and detail the same 3 cars in 1.5 hours. About how long will it take to wash and detail the 3 cars Daria and Larry worked together? 3-A 28 minutes 3-B 42 minutes 3-C 51 minutes 3-D 1.2 hours 4. In a class of 200 students, 120 students take German, and 100 study French. If a student must study at least one of these languages, what percent of the students study French but not German? 4-A 20% 4-B 40% 4-C 60% 1
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4-D 80% 5. The sales tax rate in Jackson is 8% of which the town keeps all the proceeds. The town is saving for a new traffic meter which costs $124. How much must the Jackson sell to earn enough money to purchase the new traffic meter? 5-A $992 5-B $644 5-C $1148.15 5-D $1550 6. A builder has a wooden board measuring 231" long. She needs to cut this board into 20 separate boards. What should the length of each board be? 6-A 11.1 6-B 12.6 6-C 13.2 6-D 11.6 7. Janet can type 250 words in 5 minutes, what is her typing rate per minute? 7-A 70wpm 7-B 66wpm 7-C 55wpm 7-D 50wpm 8. Peter bought 30 party favors for $105.00. What was the cost of each one? 8-A $3.50 8-B $3.00 8-C $3.35 8-D $3.55

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9. Cindy has 3 pair of slacks and 4 coordinating sweaters. How many different outfits can she wear? 9-A 8 9-B 9 9-C 12 9-D 14 10. At Carmines Italian Grill the hourly wage for a chef is 20% greater than that of a dishwasher, and the hourly wage of a dishwasher is half as much as the hourly wage of a manager. If a managers wage is $8.50 per hour, how much less than a manager does a chef earn each hour? 10-A $4.25 10-B $5.10 10-C $5.95 10-D $3.40 11. A florist buys roses at $0.50 a piece and sells them for $1.00 a piece. If there are no other expenses, how many roses must be sold in order to make a profit of $300? 11-A 600 11-B 150 11-C 200 11-D 300 12. Six cups of flour are required to make a batch of cookies. How many cups of flour are needed to make enough cookies to fill 12 cookie jars, if each cookie jar holds 1.5 batches? 12-A 108 12-B 90 12-C 81 3
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12-D 78 13. If a load of sand weighs 3 tons, it will weigh how many pounds? 13-A 3000 13-B 1,500 13-C 9000 13-D 6000 14. If a tanker is towed at the rate of 3 miles an hour, how many hours will be needed to tow the tanker 28 miles? 14-A 12 hours 14-B 9 hours 20 minutes 14-C 9 hours 15 minutes 14-D 10 hours 30 minutes 15. The secretary spent her 35 hour work week in this manner: 1/5 of her time sorting mail, 1/7 of her time filing letters, and of her time typing. The rest of her time she acted as a receptionist. The percentage of her time spent as a receptionist during the week was most nearly 15-A 6% 15-B 14% 15-C 16% 15-D 26% 16. Renae went shopping with $100. and returned home with only $18.42. How much money did she spend? 16-A $71.58 16-B $72.58 16-C $81.58 16-D $81.68 4
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17. The clerk is writing a budget request to upgrade his personal computer system. He wants to purchase 4 mb of RAM, which will cost $100, two new software programs at a cost of $350 each, a backup system for $249 and a pack or writable CDs for $25. What is the total amount the clerk should write on his budget request? 17-A $724 17-B $974 17-C $1049 17-D $1074 18. Before leaving home Mr. Owens noted that the mileage gauge on his jeep registered at 4,357.4 miles. When he arrived at the base the mileage gauge then registered 4,400.1 miles. How many miles did he drive from his home to the base? 18-A 42.3 18-B 42.7 18-C 47.2 18-D 57.3 19. Technician Traylor makes $14.00 an hour. When she works more than 8 hours a day, she gets overtime pay of 1 times her regular hourly wage for the extra hours. How much did she earn for working 11 hours in one day? 19-A $154 19-B $165 19-C $175 18-D $177 20. The total length of string needed to mark off a rectangular are 46 feet by 34 feet is 5
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20-A 26 2/3 Yards 20-B 26 Yards 20-C 53 1/3 yards 20-D 54 yards, 1 foot 21. What is the simple interest on $500 at 9% for 2 years? 21-A $90 21-B $45 21-C $94 21-D $85 22. If four friends evenly split 6 pounds of candy, how many pounds of candy does each friend get? 22-A 8/13 22-B 1 5/8 22-C 1 22-D 1 5/13 23. How many 2 pound chunks of chocolate can be cut from a single 20pound piece of chocolate? 23-A 2 23-B 4 23-C 6 23-D 8 24. A carton contains 9 dozen file folders. If a clerk removes 54 folders, how many folders are left in the carton? 24-A 36 24-B 44 24-C 54 6
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24-D 56 25. In a 45 minute basketball game, 30 girls want to play. Only 10 can play at once. If each player is to play the same length of time, how many minutes should each play? 25-A 10 25-B 15 25-C 17 25-D 20 26. The average number of emergency calls to the Tickfaw Police station fell from 486.4 per month to 402.5 per month. By how many calls per month did the average fall? 26-A 73.9 26-B 83.1 26-C 83.7 26-D 83.9 27. If it takes 30 minutes to clean off 6 desks, how many hours will it take to clean off 126 desks at the same rate? 27-A 6.3 hours 27-B 10.5 hours 27-C 16 hours 27-D 16.3 hours 28. Sallys Shoe Store put all of its merchandise on sale for 20% off. If Kelley saved $10 by purchasing one pair of shoes during the sale, what was the original price of the shoes before the sale? 28-A $15 28-B $40 7
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28-C $50 28-D $70 29. How many 2 ounce slices of cheese are needed to balance 2 pounds of oranges? 29-A 8 29-B 12 29-C 16 29-D 24 30. The computer technologist can type 80 words per minute on her word processor. How many minutes will it take her to type a report containing 760 words? 30-A 8 30-B 8 30-C 9 30-D 9

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Word Knowledge
11 minutes 35 questions
1. Falter most nearly means 1-A blame. 1-B draw out. 1-C stumble. 1-D decree. 2. Shoddy most nearly means 2-A doubting. 2-B intermittent. 2-C cheap. 2-D ghostly. 3. Bland most nearly means 3-A musical. 3-B friendly. 3-C mild. 3-D happy. 4. The secretary was criticized for her apathetic attitude. 4-A Important 4-B Horrified 4-C Calm 4-D Indifferent

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5. Vegetation most nearly means 5-A vegetables. 5-B plant life. 5-C food 5-D wildlife. 6. The fraudulent activities were caught on videotape. 6-A Deceitful 6-B Dangerous 6-C Perfect 6-D Numerous 7. The captive was given three meals a day. 7-A Animal 7-B Prisoner 7-C Savage 7-D Spy 8. Scrutiny most nearly means 8-A deceit. 8-B wicked. 8-C fear. 8-D inspection. 9. Hollow most nearly means 9-A rough. 9-B smooth. 9-C empty. 9-D distant. 10
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10. There was a mishap on the boating trip. 10-A Accident 10-B Wickedness 10-C Sadness 10-D Curiousness 11. The wind was variable yesterday. 11-A Shifting 11-B Steady 11-C Chilling 11-D Strong 12. To cauterize most nearly means 12-A count 12-B mix 12-C dissuade 12-D burn 13. To maim most nearly means 13-A defoliate. 13-B issue. 13-C beg. 13-D injure. 14. There was a certain levity in the atmosphere. 14-A Air 14-B Gaity 14-C Pressure 14-D Measurement 11
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15. The machine had manual controls. 15-A Self working 15-B Handmade 15-C Hand-operated 15-D Simplistic 16. To amend most nearly means 16-A pass. 16-B legislate. 16-C correct. 16-D finish. 17. The refrigerator did not function yesterday. 17-A Overheat 17-B Operate 17-C Stop 17-D Finish 18. Lethal most nearly means 18-A ancient. 18-B deadly. 18-C gas. 18-D formal.

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19. Though she had little time, the student took copious notes to prepare for her midterm exam. 19-A Plentiful 19-B Illegible 19-C Limited 19-D Careless 20. Pensive most nearly means 20-A wealthy. 20-B thoughtful. 20-C tense. 20-D idle. 21. Superficial most nearly means 21-A life-threatening. 21-B severe. 21-C bloody. 21-D shallow. 22. Impulsive most nearly means 22-A cautious. 22-B cowardly. 22-C imprudent. 22-D courageous.

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23. Alert most nearly means 23-A busy. 23-B helpful. 23-C watchful. 23-D honest. 24. Audible most nearly means 24-A profitable. 24-B hearable 24-C knowledgeable 24-D greedy. 25. Lustrous most nearly means 25-A lawsuit. 25-B lathering. 25-C shining. 25-D fortunate. 26. The thief was traveling incognito. 26-A Unrecognized 26-B Publicly 26-C Alone 26-D By night 27. Crimson most nearly means 27-A colorful. 27-B crisp. 27-C cordial. 27-D reddish. 14
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28. Boisterous most nearly means 28-A masculine. 28-B sentimental. 28-C rowdy. 28-D trite. 29. Apathetic most nearly means 29-A important. 29-B calm 29-C horrified. 29-D indifferent. 30. The condition of the room after the large gathering was deplorable. 30-A Regrettable 30-B Tidy 30-C Pristine 30-D Festive 31. Coy most nearly means 31-A bashful. 31-B cowardly. 31-C brief. 31-D aware. 32. The director misconstrued what she had said. 32-A Ingenious 32-B Followed directions 32-C Interpreted erroneously 32-D Acted surprised 15
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33. Dank most nearly means 33-A dark. 33-B damp. 33-C dim. 33-D dear. 34. Impeccable most nearly means 34-A faultless. 34-B encouraging. 34-C hairy. 34-D religious. 35. Liaison most nearly means 35-A go-between. 35-B rifle. 35-C foreigner 35-D gallop.

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Paragraph Comprehension
13 minutes 15 questions
1. Waves are described in terms of their height, wave-length, and period. Height is the vertical distance between the high point of a wave crest and the low point of the adjacent trough. Wave-length is the distance from one crest to the next, and period is the time it takes two adjacent crests to pass a fixed poin, such as the end of a pier. The mathematics of wave theories are usually concerned with relationships between these and related characteristics. The passage best supports the statement that waves 1-A flow in the ocean. 1-B can be described by their characteristics. 1-C have a high trough. 1-D are a major mathematical calculation. 2. Whenever you buy a gift, you should always consider the interests of the receiver. For example, if you are buying a birthday present for a friend who likes to read detective stories, you might select The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes or The Case of the Red Rooster. If, on the other hand, you are choosing a gift for your little cousin who likes to play board games, you might select Monopoly or Scrabble. Similarly, if you must choose a gift for your mother on Mothers Day, you should carefully consider her interests. Perhaps you can please her with a book, a tennis racquet, or a plant. According to the passage, which of the following statements is most accurate? 2-A When buying a birthday present for a friend you should buy a book. 2-B Monopoly and Scrabble are excellent board games. 17
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2-C The interests of the person you are buying for should be your first consideration when buying a gift. 2-D Good Mothers Day presents are tennis racquets and plants. 3. In certain areas, water is so scarce that every attempt is made to conserve it. For example, at Walt Disney Worlds Epcot Center there is a study that has been conducted to determine the amount of water necessary for each palm tree. How much water is each tree given? 3-A Water on alternate days. 3-B No water at all. 3-C Exactly the amount required. 3-D One and one-half gallons per day. 4. Dogs were probably the first domestic animals. They are descended from the wolf. They date back at least to the Paleolithic period, and two breeds were known in early Egypt. From earliest times dogs have been bred for special purposes, such as sporting, working, and pets. The paragraph best supports the statement that 4-A dogs can be interesting and fun. 4-B there were sporting dogs in early Egypt. 4-C dinosaurs and dogs roamed the earth together. 4-D domesticated dogs are descended from wolves. 5. Thirteen children were killed by their own school bus or by a passing vehicle during the 2001-2002 school year, an increase of 31 percent from the previous years total of nine fatalities. Despite the increase, the total number of fatalities is the third lowest in the past 11 years, according to an annual survey.

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According to the passage, which of the following statements is true? 5-A There was an increase in fatalities from 2000-2001 to 2001-2002. 5-B School buses frequently kill there own passengers. 5-C Each year the number of school bus fatalities rise 31 percent. 5-D 2001-2002 school bus fatalities are the lowest in 11 years. 6. The hurricane charged into Connecticut coastlands, gutting seaside resorts, fishing fleets, summer homes, and industrial areas. Flying limbs and chimney bricks were spat like machine-gun fire through the air. As far inland as twenty miles, salt spray destroyed vegetation, and salt traces were later discovered nearly fifty miles from the sea. When a hurricane hits an area 6-A seaside resorts are leveled. 6-B salt from the sea can be carried far inland. 6-C the area becomes windy and rainy for days. 6-D vegetation tastes salty. 7. Most automobile accidents are caused by inexperienced drivers and lack of concentration. Cell phones, eating, and distractions by riders are considered by drivers to contribute to their lack of concentration. To prevent automobile accidents, it is each individuals responsibility to 7-A pay attention to traffic lights and road signs. 7-B gain experience and pay attention. 7-C only drive after the age of twenty. 7-D concentrate on the road while eating and driving.

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8. History has thrust upon our generation an indescribably important destiny to complete a process of democratization which our nation has long developed too slowly, but which is our most powerful weapon for world respect and emulation. How we deal with this crucial situation will determine our moral health as individuals, our cultural health as a region, our political health as a nation, and our prestige as a leader of the free world. This paragraph best supports the statement that 8-A democratization is slow. 8-B weapons demand respect. 8-C our destiny is dependant upon our strong democracy. 8-D our moral health determines our cultural health. 9. During the early hours of the morning, in the parks in Chinese cities and along the Bund in Shanghai, thousands of people keep their bodies firm and supple with tai chi chuan or shadow boxing. Tai chi chuan is an exercise that involves a series of slow, ballet-like movements. These traditional exercises are actively supported by the government, which views physical exercise as a means of keeping the public healthy. This paragraph best supports the statement that 9-A tai chi chuan is the most effective form of physical exercise. 9-B the Chinese government forces its people to exercise. 9-C thousands of people in China are involved in ballet. 9-D the Chinese place an emphasis on exercise to promote health.

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10. Many employers have begun requiring physical examinations for their employees. The companies have recognized numerous benefits among them increased efficiency and production. The workers also have the added benefit of yearly check-ups on their health status. This passage best supports the statement that physical examinations 10-A may serve to increase output. 10-B are required by all employers. 10-C often reveal illnesses to the employer first. 10-D always are worth more than they cost.

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Questions 11 and 12 are based on the following passage. Unlike your muscle, which you can flex and feel with your fingers, your skeleton doesnt give you any information about its quality or quantity. And while its true that bones become progressively more fragile with age, structural weakening begins much earlier and its invisible. One in three women will suffer from osteoporosis in her lifetime. When you are in your mid-20s to mid30s, you build bone as fast as you lose it. But once youre over 35, you lose more bone than you gain, meaning that your skeletal framework erodes at a rate of about 0.8 percent a year. 11. According to the above passage, osteoporosis 11-A reduces your skeletal framework beginning in your mid-20s. 11-B tells you the quality and quantity of your bones. 11-C builds bone as fast as you lose it. 11-D is a disease suffered by 1 in 3 women. 12. It can be deduced that a human skeleton 12-A weakens with age. 12-B is invisible. 12-C can be flexed with your fingers. 12-D increases at a rate of 0.8 percent a year.

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Questions 13-15 are based on the passage shown below. Dealing with irritable patients is a great challenge for health-care workers on every level. It is critical that you do not lose your patience when confronted by such a patient. When handling irate patients, be sure to remember that they are not angry at you; they are simply projecting their anger at something else onto you. Remember that if you respond to these patients as irritably as they act with you, you will only increase their hostility, making it much more difficult to give them proper treatment. The best thing to do is to remain calm and ignore any imprecations patients may hurl your way. Such patients may be irrational and may not realize what they are saying. Often these patients will purposely try to anger you just to get some reaction out of you. If you react to this behavior with anger, they win by getting your attention, but you both lose because the patient is less likely to get proper care. 13. The passage suggests that health care workers 13-A should not talk to their patients. 13-B may provide inadequate treatment if they become angry at their patients. 13-C must be careful when dealing with patients in order to avoid law suits. 13-D lose control of their emotions at work. 14. According to the passage above, irate patients 14-A are always miserable. 14-B are the key to your success in the health care field. 14-C just want attention. 14-D must wait in line for their treatments.

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15. Health-care workers on every level 15-A lose their patience with irritable patients. 15-B project their anger onto their patients. 15-C are challenged by difficult patients. 15-D increase patients hostilities.

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Mathematics Knowledge
24 minutes 25 questions
1. If 6x - 3y = 30 and 4x = 2 - y then find x + y. 1-A -4 1-B -2 1-C 0 1-D 2 2. The three angles of a triangle are 3x, x + 10, and 2x - 40. Find the size of the smallest angle in the triangle? 2-A 30 2-B 35 2-C 40 2-D 45 3. Which of the following sets is not closed under addition? 3-A Whole Numbers 3-B Integers 3-C Even Integers 3-D Odd Integers 4. y-2y8y-6 is equivalent to: 4-A 0 4-B 1 4-C 1 4-D y3

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5. Factor completely: 2x2 - 2x - 12. 5-A (2x+3) (x-2) 5-B (2x+4) (x-3) 5-C (2x+3) (x-4) 5-D (2x-7) (x-5) 6. A right triangle has a hypotenuse of 30 inches and a first leg of 18 inches. What is the length of the second leg? 6-A 42 6-B 44 6-C 24 6-D 20 7. (-2)2 - 4(-2) = 7-A -4 7-B 4 7-C -12 7-D 12 8. The number of digits in the square root of 648,025 is 8-A 2 8-B 3 8-C 4 8-D 5

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9. If A is the set of values of x at which F(x)=0, and B is the set of values of x at which g(x)=0, what can you say about the set of values of x at which f(x)g(x)=0? 9-A It is the intersection of A and B. 9-B It is the union of A and B. 9-C It is a proper subset of the union of A and B. 9-D It is the Cartesian product of A and B 10. Find the circumference of a circle whose diameter measures 10 inches. Use pi=3.14 10-A 31.4 10-B 3.14 10-C 314. 10-D 131.4 11. When 36 is divided by 0.018 the quotient is 11-A 20 11-B 200 11-C 2000 11-D 20, 000 12. x + 2x < 9 12-A x > 2 12-B x > 2 12-C x < 3 12-D x > 3

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13. Which of the following is a counter-example to the assertion "All primes are odd numbers"? 13-A 1 13-B 2 13-C 3 13-D 9 14. Which of the following has a graph that is symmetric to the x-axis? 14-A y = x 14-B y = x2 + 3 14-C y2 = x 14-D y = x3 x

15. Write 36/45 as an equivalent fraction in lowest terms. 15-A 15-B 2/3 15-C 4/5 15-D 5/6 16. A quadrilateral is a parallelogram only if 16-A both pairs of its of its opposite sides are parallel. 16-B it has four right angles and equal sides. 16-C it has at least one pair of parallel sides. 16-D it has right angles.

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17. A test shows that 10 out of 100 gadgets are defective. In a random sample of two gadgets are chosen, the probability that both are defective it is: 17-A 1/1000 17-B 1/110 17-C 1/11 17-D 1/10 18. 2 w = -3 18-A 2 = w 18-B 3 = w 18-C 4 = w 18-D 5 = w 19. Which number is prime? 19-A 4 19-B 5 19-C 9 19-D 25 20. The area of a square is 100. The length of its diagonal is approximately: 20-A 12 20-B 13 20-C 14 20-D 15

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21. 4y 3y + 5 = 8 21-A y = 0 21-B y = 1 21-C y = 2 21-D y = 3 22. Which of the following is correct? 22-A Every rhombus is a trapezoid. 22-B Every rhombus is a square. 22-C Every rectangle is a square. 22-D Every square is a rhombus. 23. 2- 3 = 23-A 1/8 23-B 8 23-C -6 23-D -1/8 24. Express 40 % as a fraction in simplest form. 24-A 4/10 24-B 2/5 24-C 5/10 24-D 3/5

25. The area of a rectangle 12 feet by 18 feet is 25-A 6 square yards. 25-B 8 square yards. 25-C 24 square yards. 25-D 36 square yards. 30
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Answer Key

Arithmetic Reasoning 1. B 2. C 3. C 4. B 5. D 6. D 7. D 8. A 9. C 10. D 11. A 12. A 13. D 14. B 15. C 16. C 17. D 18. B 19. C 20. C 21. A 22. B 23. D 24. C 25. B 26. D 27. B 28. C 29. C 30. D

Word Knowledge 1. C 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. B 6. A 7. B 8. D 9. C 10. A 11. A 12. D 13. D 14. B 15. C 16. C 17. B 18. B 19. A 20. B 21. D 22. C 23. C 24. B 25. C 26. A 27. D 28. C 29. D 30. A 31. A 32. C 33. B 34. A 35. A

Paragraph Comprehension 1. B 2. C 3. C 4. D 5. A 6. B 7. B 8. C 9. D 10. A 11. D 12. A 13. B 14. C 15. C

Mathematics Knowledge 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. A A D B B C D B B A C C B C C A B D B C D D A B C

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