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Manage - Resolving B. Solve - Divisive C. Extend - Detrimental D. Resolve - Acceptable E. End - Likel Ans :D !. A. B. C. D. E. In spite of her age, she has a childish and -- -- -- sense of humor. Adolescent "rivial Mat#re Asinine $o#t%&#l

Ans :D '. At the cutting edge of research, scientists are developing new sunscreens to protect people from harmful-- -- -A. () ra s B. *oll#tion C. Environment D. Atmosp%ere E. +one o& t%e above Ans :A ,. Knowing Julian was outshined by many other performers, she new she was pampering in a bit of -- -- -- when she speculated whether Julian was the supreme living performer ever. A. - perbole B. .n/#stice C. (nderstatement D. .ron E. 0veremp%asis Ans :B 1. In spite of mi!ed effusion to the divergent, there is no re"uired lin between technical s ill and humanism, and "uite probably, there may be a little of a -- -- --between them. A. Dic%otom B. Congr#it C. Reciprocit D. (nion

E. 2enerosit Ans :E 3. #imply paying a $udgment or ta! won%t -- -- -- improve your credit score. It will however, start the cloc tic ing so that item will -- -- -- get removed. A. Likel - Event#all B. *ossible- 4inall C. *romising 5 Lastl D. Capable 5 Last o& all E. *otentiall 5 At last Ans :A 6. &an ruptcy can offer a fresh start from debts it does not -- -- -- out the -- -- -accounts that appeared on your report. A. 7as% 5 (ni8#e B. 7ipe 5 0riginal C. Dab 5 .nventive D. Blob 5 Creative E. Splas% 5 Artistic Ans :B 9. 'our credit cards however will be closed during the program so it will be -- -- -- you can get new loans. A. Similarl B. Likel C. *robabl D. (nlikel E. Do#bt&#l Ans :D :. (here are lenders, though, that understand the value of credit counseling and will be willing to finance a loan once you have been -- -- -- paying on your program for -- -- -one or two years, provided you meet their A. *ro&itabl - Slig%test B. S#ccess&#ll - At least C. Bene&iciall 5 Least D. (se&#ll 5 Smallest amo#nt E. +one o& t%e above Ans :B

-.-. -. D. Especiall C. then you will be responsible for the bills A. If your ban ruptcies may be reported for ten years from the date you filed. Ever bod E. Ever one D. Mainl D. E.who died.-. " picall Ans : B 1'.1.-.-credit bureaus will remove chapter .. . If you have an account that was charged off.the name of the latest lender. Classi& Ans :A 1. Disting#is% C.-. Mostl E. +on%t be pressured into paying those bills directly.. Recogni<e B.& not (ntil Ans : E 1!.if it will hurt your family financially A.ban ruptcies seven years from the filling date. B.-.it is paid or settled. -. Someone B. If you had $oint accounts with -.-. your account went to a latest lender and you $ust don%t -. *artic#larl B.-. Discern D. it may show a balance -. A. Eac% one Ans : A )erbal #ection : #entence *ompletions 11.-. C.. An one C. A. It%s feasible that during a ban merger or the sale of a few accounts. Discriminate E. *ending (nless Except .

-.hysical needs are unsatisfied. Living 5 Ample D. Existence 5 Ade8#ate B.mportant *artic#lar Ans :C 11.in every country and we don%t have -. )al#able E.-. Existing 5 *lent Ans :A . Main E.in deciding whether a man is to be happy or unhappy. A.-. *ro&itable Ans :B 16. D. they ta e first place.A. A.-. -elp&#l D. emotions unconnected with them become -. Minor Small Ma/or . Liveli%ood 5 *lent E. =no> D.-. which is hard to -. B. . Signi&icant B.-.-.-. and such medicines should be ept loc ed up. #ome drugs are -. -arm&#l C. (se&#l B. . )ital D.--. Believe Ans :A 13. but when they are satisfied. Li&e 5 S#&&icient C. A. C. /illions of people struggle for bare -. E.to children. (he students have been complaining about the assigned novel. (nderstand B. Consider E.mportant C. Ma/or Ans :B 19. Remember C. A.-medical facilities in this hospital.

*ro&it .fortunate than their neighbors or relations. 0or ers who operate the machines in dar . Less 5 2ain C.-. (he master -. (his is their competitive -. (he people wish to be rich not in order to -.n&l#ence Ans :B !1.-. A.-. Little 5 *rior D. B. D. Little.1:. Minor 5 *ast Ans :A !'. More 5 Advantage B.-. buying power and hence.over others.their earning. (he rich are -. A. dirty and noisy wor places complain that the machine affect their health badly. .-. Slig%t 5 4ormer E.-. Critici<e 5 Distress B.-.-. -arass 5 . Sell B# Advertise *#blici<e Anno#nce Ans :B !!. Complain 5 A&&ect C.n&lated E.lu!ury goods so much as to feel superior to their neighbors.ncreased C. happiness. Enlarged D.. Bit 5 *revio#s to C.naturally admires the machines because they will serve him sincerely.they are actually operated A. &ut he admires their loo -.-.-. E. A. C. . Magni&ied Ans :B !. ?#iet 5 Be&ore B.-. Condemn 5 Sorro> D. Ampli&ied B. Attack 5 2rie& E. A.-. (he master tells the upset wor ers that machines have -.

(he two other factors which play -. Comp#lsor .-. Re8#ired 5 (ne8#al B. punctual and accurate A. Bad 5 St#pid D. Small 5 Expand Ans :A !.sport facilities to satisfy men inherit ant desire for -. (he state can provide some -.--. 2ood 5 Sill C.mportant 5 Emergent Ans :A !3.-.poverty is density of population and political condition.-.-.D. +ice 5 Brainless E. )ital 5 Lopsided E. -ig%est 5 Dependable B.-. Main 5 B#dding E. Daring 5 2rati& B. A. C%ie& 5 Rising C. *olite 5 Mindless Ans :A .-. Ma/or 5 . Advent#ro#s 5 "%rill C.to be operated regularly and continually.-.-.-. -eroic 5 R#in Ans :B !1.part in -.ncreasing B. He is -.-.and spontaneous.-. (he -. Brave 5 Spoil E. +eed 5 irreg#lar D. 0bligator 5 Extreme Ans :C !6.-. A. &ut human emotions do not follow any set course and they are -.praise given to a person who is a sincere tireless wor er is that he has the "ualities of a machine. Bold 5 .and action.-..-. A. . *rinciple 5 2ro>ing D. /achines demand regularity and they -.nd#lge D.. Slig%t 5 $ield E.-.mbalanced C.

-. A. lives at a -. Establis% 5 )ast E.!9.-. +avid complains that his room is -.-.-. C. S%o> 5 -#ge B. it is true. E. *rove 5 2reat D. Attain 5 Ever B.filled with tobacco smo e.-. 2rant 5 . Do 5 Ever t%ing Ans :B !:. and valued because they -.those machines have the -. Contrib#tion .-. -abit#all D.-. Distance 5 +oxio#s Aloo&ness 5 Deadl Coldness 5 "oxic .n/#rio#s Ans :A -2. Derives 5 Eac% C. Explain 5 Big C.-.-. Reg#larl C. (he master of the machine.mmense Ans :C '.-.-. (he art collector -.painting A. Ac%ieve 5 Ever one E.ciness 5 +oxio#s 4rostiness 5 .mpress C.-.-.-. Allo>ance 5 Astonis% D. (he author wants to -.mpose B. Con&er 5 . D.slavery.St#n Ans :A '1. B.from it where he cannot hear its noise or see its unsightly heaps of slag or smell it%s -..-.-. 4o#nd 5 . A. *a ment 5 Da<e E.-.-power1 they are hated because they are hideous and loathed because they -. Accomplis% 5 All D.fumes.attraction for the young and the old ali e A. /achines are worshipped because they are beautiful.pleasure from the thought that others now how much he has spent on -. 4re8#entl B. A. 0&ten .

--.As i& C.-. Minor 5 7%ile Ans :A '. Demise Ans :B '6. C#t o&& E. M#rder D. . A. Receive .-. (he islands -. 7ent D.nitial B. 0btain C.-. Starting D. Slig%t 5 7%en E..and how did they behave before their death6 A. "aken E.that he has been given a hair cut for the army.-. Commonl Ans :D ''.-.-. Little 5 Since D. Ac8#ire D.E. Decrease B. (he -. Main Ans :D '1.--the flight for *alifornia6 A.-. 2one Ans :A '3. It -. *rimar C. 2et B. "ook C. How many persons were to be hanged to -.-. Deat% C.rains for more than si! or seven months A.percentage for admission to this course is 345 A. His hairs are cut too -. =illed E.-. "in . S%ort 5 Seems B. How did they -. Board B.-.

+e> E. A. D. B. Latest C.forms in the times of struggle for freedom or revolution.hilosophy ta e -.of his mother because his father was both father and mother to him. E. A.lonely and sad. Experienced B.oetry and . (he la e was not a -. . 4eeling D.-.-.-.E.-.-. A. Absence C. A. 4eel C.-. 7ant E. Lack B.. Recent B. 4res% D.-. "o#c% Ans :D . Modern Ans :D ':. He didn%t feel the -.-. +eed D. 2ot Ans :D '9.. C. 4elt E. (he author%s mother died and his father -. Re8#irement Ans :B .once but a man made reservoir. +ormal +at#ral 0rdinar (s#al +ormal Ans :B .1.

nvolve D. A. "aken 5 Re8#irement Ans :B . A&&ective B.-. which I found most helpful on the cross country voyage.-.on the last stage. "elling D.-.4 years in this country. A. Motivate B. Speak B.!.-.1. A.a car the day after landing and brought a comprehensive boo of maps. 0e have been -. "alk Ans :A .. 7ducation does not seem to have played a -. Bro#g%t 5 Re8#ire B.n&ormation Ans :A .role in ma ing our life successful. Comm#nicate E.-. =no>ledge D.. "alking B. A successful man is able to -.-.his ideas in a way that he can sell them to others. +avid nows how to influence people and win friends so as to -. 2reat C.-.them for a purpose. but which I did not believe I should --. -ired 5 +eed C. A.-. I -. "raining E. "alking C. Speaking C.-. Bring 5 .'.-. Enco#rage C. Lang#age E. Comm#nicating D.-. Little . Comm#nication Ans :D .about the evils of child labor for the last . -#ge D. . Booked 5 S%o#ld E. A.3. Small E..

(rbani<ed E. A.-. . the report warns. 0ith the e!posure of human beings to aluminum increasing mar edly in recent years. After thirty years of wor . "%ro#g%o#t D. S#ggested 5 C%ie&l B.-. Recommended 5 Mostl D.-. 4or t%e d#ration o& Ans :A 1. A.-. Developed B.-. Ample. . Advised 5 *artic#larl C. Made #p D.use of aluminum coo ware and foils.A had -. especially for acidic food preparations -..maginar Ans :A .-. 7ide 5 -ave B.nvented C. +r.atients with idney disorders are -.Contain D. A.--tamarind.food and water could lead to nerve and brain disorders such as Al:heimer%s and .I.-susceptible to aluminum to!icity as their e!cretion of aluminum is affected. /edical e!perts have cautioned against -. "%ro#g% B.6.Ans :B .9. Ab#ndant 5 S#rro#nd Ans :B . they are more prone to absorbing e!cessive amount of this metal. A. 0ptional 5 Mainl E.a machine that could ta e over temporarily from the heart and lungs.-. D#ring C. *lenti&#l 5 Enclose E.-. +ot comp#lsor 5 C%ie&l Ans :B 11. Extensive 5 Containing C. All over E.-.#. tomatoes and green leafy vegetables which could lead to aluminum to!icity and conse"uent nerve disorders. *hronic e!posure of high levels of aluminum -. John 8ibbon of 9.-.:. . . #cientist says in a statement that they have also -.ar inson%s disease.regular monitoring of aluminum in blood for dialysis victims. they say. .

=indle D. Sorr D. A tramp may as you for money.the pity of passersby. 7orst C. but he will never as you to feel sorry for him.in vegetables. plants and coo ing utensils. D#ti&#l 5 *lanned D. Religio#s 5 Calc#lated B.Acc#m#lation B. Reliable 5 *ro/ected . Aluminum is -.mprove Ans :A 1'. C.-. B.ncrease D. Best Ans :C 11.Severe 4res% 5 -ars% Ans :B 1!.-.Meas#red C. 2ood E. Spirit#al. A. )alue of material goods can be measured in terms of money but not the value of the services. Close b 5 Boost E.-. while soil contamination with it leads to its -.A. Bad B. A.ntended E. philosophers wisdom and priests spiritual comforts. (eachers sell nowledge.-. C#rrent 5 "oo m#c% Recent 5 Excessive Modern 5 Extreme *resent ..-. &eggars almost sell themselves as human beings to -.-. D. *resent.. Stim#late B. E. Close at %and 5 . "%ere 5 B#ild#p C. S#pport Ans :B 1. A. Lo al 5 . It is added to drin ing water as aluminum sulphate at the treatment plants. *romote E. +earb . spoil. A. Aro#se C.in water.

-. )er m#c% D. *artic#lar C. A. Main 5 Blame E.-. *lever advertising.-. A. (he topic of thought is one area of . A. C#re 5 *artic#larl C. aimed at chronic sufferers who will try anything because doctors have not been able to cure them. therefore is desirable first and -. *rime 5 Responsibilit D. Signi&icant D. through uninteresting wor is as boring as having nothing to do.as a preventive of boredom. for the boredom that a man feels when he is doing something out of -.Ans :B 13. *ontinuity of purpose is one of the most -. particularly if sleepy priced that it will produce by suggestion a very real effect in some people.ingredients of happiness and that come chiefly through their wor . -onestl Ans :B . 0or . 4ix 5 Mainl E. can induce such faith in a preparation. Strongl E. C%ie& 5 D#t Ans :A 19. (seless Ans :D 16. . A.-. -eal 5 Especiall B. Essential E.--. Directl B. some of the old worries about artificial intelligence were closely lin ed to the "uestion of whether computers could thin . Mend 5 Above all D. Make >ell 5 C%ie&l Ans :B 1:. *rimar 5 0bligation C.-. Closel C.mportant B.sychology and many observers have considered these aspects in connection with robots and computers. 4oremost 5 Comp#lsion B.

Distinct 5 B#rst D. shelter volcanoes. *ustomary publishers tended to view .. 4re8#entl B. E. Another disadvantage is that television -. splash cones.enguin became a different company in the year . using a fairground glide to obtain deliveries from the street above.enguin with misgiving and -. +ormall E. A.-. clin er cones.-.orth . and compound or comple! volcano. Circle 5 Range E.-. (here are many -.-.causes people to become dissatisfied with their own lives.. Spin 5 *at% D. (he planets. it had sold an incredible million paperbac s. Revolve 5 0rbit C. the planets -. (he term volcano came from the )ulcano desert island. (hese dissimilar types of volcanoes come in unusual shapes and -.3-< and set up -. Disparate 5 Rapt#re E.-. A. (he planets orbit the #un in or close to the similar plane.-.-.ndecision *osition 5 -esitanc Ans :A 3!.-.--.-.inds of volcanoes as well as composite volcanoes. in almost spherical orbits.-.--.-. Reg#larl D. Rotate 5 "rack B.-.in various ways. A. B. A. 0&ten C. D.-.-. Commonl Ans :B 31.-. C.-. In twelve months.-.-around the #un in the similar direction. Dissimilar 5 Explode B.ole. as did some authors. Encircle 5 Lane Ans :B 3'. the =oman god of fire. .-. 0hen loo ing down from on top of the #un>s .-. (nrelated 5 delig%t .-.3. *remises 5 (ncertaint 2ro#nd 5 Do#bt Location 5 %esitation *lace . (nlike 5 Blo> #p C. which had been named after )ulcan.-.-. the ma$ority of the satellites of the planets and the asteroids -.in the *rypt of the Holy (rinity *hurch on /arylebone =oad.contradict in a cloc wise direction. called the ecliptic.

instead of --.substance. "r#l 5 Speed D.-.rrational 5 Rigid Ans :A 36.Ans :A 3.-.-. Certainl 5 Rapid Ans :D 33. doesn>t sufficiently attest to this -.-. Reall 5 ?#ick C.-. sellers and wholesalers for ma ing the pear a substandard eating e!perience but in -.. A.mposing 5 ?#alit Ans :A 31. Kiwifruit is the most vitamin and nutrient rich of the top 2? fruits eaten in the world nowadays. Realit 5 ?#ickl E.-. Act#all 5 4ast B. Maxim#m 5 Best B. +iamond is very least compressible and -.A and sapphire is 3.-.and they will be dry and tasteless. iwi fruit is regarded as the one of the -.fruit.-.compactness of any fruit which is rich in vitamin * and magnesium limited mineral in the food delivered of wealthy countries and a nutrient useful for cardiovascular physical condition.-.-.-.-. powders and lotions.-. . 2rand 5 4inest D.-.-.-. Amongst the top three high potassium low sodium fruits. @eave them too long and they may become brown and soft in the middle. (hey ripen from the inside out and the only sign that they are ready to eat is a slight give or smoothness around the stem.every year and hundreds of hours are spent using creams.-.cosmetics bouti"ues. 2reat 5 Most excellent C.-.-. pear is a very complicated fruit to trade. .-.-. to holdup their tonics.ncredible 5 -ard C.-. according to a current consumer details by 7uro monitor International.mpressive 5 *remi#m E. 7at them -. Abs#rd 5 strong D. .-. (nbelievable 5 Strongest B.-. on which diamond is . wands and face cosmetics.-.--. It%s alluring to blame fruit growers. +iamond is the strongest and hardest natural metal. /ore than B4A billion of people are blown on cosmetics -. . ma eup fans have basically turned to drugstores.-solidity. A.-. It also has the -. 7ven with the current downturn in the country.-. A. having a large amount of potassium compared to banana or any other citrus fruits. .llogical 5 Sti&& E. . as diamond is e!ponentially stronger compared to corundum. (he /ohs solidity scale.-.-.

As they cloud crumples.C%eap 7orld>ide 5 Expensive Ans :E 39. Dimension 5 Experience B. .-floor and the other to open up a clam or scallop.-. Celebrated 5 7ater Ans :A 3:.-. If you have ever bumped into a starfish and turned it over.-.as sea stars and are not actually fish in spite of the name been given to them because of its shape.-.-.-.-.A.nvol#ntaril 5 Cl#tc% E. A.-. Lengt% 5 4eel C. Altit#de 5 Skill .-. and is always about ?45 hydrogen gas and 2D5 helium. the environment of )enus sets it separately. A#tomaticall 5 -old C. you will find bulges on the base. (his original gas was formed throughout the &ig &ang. )enus is li e the 7arth%s wic ed twin. it wrec age into many pieces that will go on to form alone stars. (n>illingl 5 2rasp Ans :A 6.fire nuclear fusion at its main core. 4amed 5 River >ater E.-.priced Extensive 5 *os% 2eneral .Deep Sea B.-.denti&ied .-. you would actually -. which are found plentiful in the deep Cceans and low waters as well.-. (his is the similar as going almost a ilometer beneath the surface of the ocean. Although it%s ali e in -. #tarfish are also -. (hese are nown as echinoderms.-.-. (niversal 5 Small 7idespread 5 Lo>.-. -eig%t 5 =no> D. C. Mec%anicall 5 2rab D. Branded 5 *ond >ater C. 2ravitationall 5 Catc%es B.-. D.-. B.-. All stars starts from clouds of free:ing molecular hydrogen that -. A.-. If you could stand on the plane of )enus.-.32 times the force you have on 7arth. (hese are called as tube feet.fall down..and weight to the 7arth. (he ob$ects collect into a ball that persists to fall down under its individual gravity until it can -. A. (he mass of the environment is 34 times that of the 7arth%s environment.-. which have basically two functions .one being able to travel around the -. 4amo#s 5 S%allo> >ater D. .-. Si<e 5 Experience E. E.

"%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: 7%en x C 1@ t%e col#mns are e8#alD >%ere as >%en xC !@ t%e arenEt. 1."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%ere&ore t%e ans>er is AbB 2. As col#mn 1 C 1. *olumn . ! H A *olumn .Ans :D uantitative #ection : Euantitative Ability +irections: ."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.3?F-3GF4G< *olumn 2: 2A-FDA4F<A? a. $o# are to determine a relations%ip bet>een t%e t>o 8#antities and mark.: .x and .A! *olumn 2: . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: "%is can easil be solved less t%an a min#te b adding@ b#t in onl 1 seconds b t%inking. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. Eac% o& t%e t%ree n#mbers in col#mn ! is greater t%an t%e corresponding n#mber in col#mn 1.n t%is section o# >ill be given t>o 8#antities@ one in col#mn A and one in col#mn B."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.AI! a. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.: .

"%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : a 7!planation: $o# can easil calc#late eac% o& t%e times b dividing 6 b 3 in col#mn 1 and 3 b 6 in col#mn !.@ 3. +o> m#ltipl eac% col#mn b x At%is is ok since x G . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.: (he time that it ta es to type ? pages at a rate of < pages per hour *olumn 2: (he time that is ta es to type < pages at a rate of ? pages per hour a. *ick val#es o& t%e meas#res o& t%e angles.col#mn ! C 1. b. *olumn . and : a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. and c *olumn 2: (he average of !.@ t%at >ill be e8#al to col#mn 1 C x! and col#mn ! C 1. Since in an triangle t%e s#m o& t%e meas#res o& t%e t%ree angles is 19.Fx.: (he area of the circle whose radius is ..@ 6. ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. 1.F' C 3.? *olumn 2: (he area of a circle whose diameter is -4 a.@ :."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. *olumn . *olumn .B and divide eac% col#mn b 1. in rig%t triangle H$I@ C%oose '. Eac% average is 3. 4or example in isosceles triangle ABC@ C%oose 6. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : c 7!planation: "%e average o& t%ree n#mbers is t%eir s#m divided b '."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. J. '. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AcB."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.: (he average of a. degree@ t%e average in eac% col#mn to 19. "%e ans>er is option AdB '. -o>ever@ it is easier to /#st observe t%at t%e time in col#mn 1 is more t%an one %o#r@ >%ereas t%e time in col#mn ! is less t%an one %o#r.. A. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.@ . & and * are the measures of the angles of isosceles triangle A&*.. and K are the measures of the angles of right triangle J'K. y. "%is is a m#c% easier comparison x! co#ld e8#al 1 b#t doesnEt %ave to..

"%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.AA and ! F . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : a 7!planation: Line = %as a positive slope t%ere&ore it slopes #p>ard@ >%ereas line M %as a negative slope.1 t%ere are no m#ltiples o& 3 t%an t%ere are o& : t%ere&ore option AcB cannot be t%e correct ans>er@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er is option AdB 9.M and L4.: ' *olumn 2: A a. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. and 1. 6. "%e circle in col#mn 1 %as a radi#s o& 16 and so its diameter is '."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. @ine / is perpendicular to K *olumn . Since t%e circle in col#mn ! %as a larger diameter@ its area is greater. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: Ever sixt% integer is t%e m#ltiple o& 3 and ever nint% integer is a m#ltiple o& : so in a large interval t%ere >ill be man more m#ltiples o& 3.AA and ! F . 3.AA *olumn 2: (he number of multiples of 3 between . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.AA a. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.. @ine K goes through L. Slope = is J and slope o& M is -. 2M.: (he slope of line K *olumn 2: (he slope of the line / a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. B#t in a ver small interval t%ere m#st be none or possibl /#st one o& eac%.: (he number of multiple of < between . ! F y N 4 y O ! N -4 *olumn .. Let x C 1 bet>een 1. "%e ans>er cannot be option AdB and i& t%e t>o lines intersect@ t%eir slopes cannot be e8#al so eliminate option AcB and t%e correct option is AaB.7!planation: Do not calc#late t%e t>o areas instead compare t%em. ! is a positive integer *olumn ."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.. .

Eliminate t%e option AaB and AbB. 11.& o# %ave sense t%at t%is is t%e onl c#be >it% t%is propert . "%e vol#me is 3 c#be C !13.n eac% e8#ation i& C ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. 7%en o# %ave t>o e8#ations in t>o variables@ t%ere is onl one sol#tion so not%ing else is possible."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater . So 6F9 L A6F9B to t%e po>er 1. . L x L 1 and n G 1@ t%en x to t%e po>er n L x. And t%e correct option >o#ld be option AcB. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : a 7!planation: "%e arit%metic is anno ing and time cons#ming@ b#t not t%at to#g%. . "%ere&ore t%e option >o#ld be AcB.. .Ans : c 7!planation: Add t%e e8#ation x K C 1 K 5 x C .& eac% edge is 3 t%e area o& eac% &ace is 3M3 C '3@ and since a c#be %as six &aces@ t%e total s#r&ace area is 3M'3 C !13. Since ! C ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. *olumn .1F! C . +irection: "%is 8#estion consists o& t>o 8#antities one in col#mn A and one in col#mn B.: (he length of an edge of the cube *olumn 2: < inches a. :."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.@ C . So t%e col#mns co#ld be e8#al. (he number of s"uare inches in the surface area of a cube is e"ual to the number of cubic inches in its volume *olumn . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. So t%e col#mns co#ld be e8#al to !13.: ?IG *olumn 2: L?IGM to the power 4 a. -o>ever o# can avoid t%e arit%metic."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.@ t%en x C -1@ so can be e8#al to . 6F9 is less t%an 1.. . P ! P D *olumn A: Q! *olumn 2: !2 a.& . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : c 7!planation: . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.. "%ere&ore t%e correct option >o#ld be AaB 1. $o# %ave to compare and determine t%e t>o 8#antities. Eliminate option AaB and AbB.

$o# >ill t%ink so beca#se '! C :@ b#t 'N G :. B#t remember x does not %ave to be an integer. 1!. A& N A* *olumn A: (he area of RA&* *olumn &: a. '. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: "%ere are several >a s to do t%is. Co#ld BC C 1P Look into t%e diagram care&#ll @ and t%en t%e base be 1P 7%ic% is o& co#rse not@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AdB ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. M#st be x C N P +o. Divide eac% side b x. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. Col#mn A be greaterP . . Q#st t%ink co#ld Nx C x! P $es@ i& x C N.N@ >%ic% is a little over 1!. Col#mn A is greaterO t%ere&ore option B and C s%o#ld be eliminated."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.b. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.: NL .& t%e onl ot%er n#mber o# tr is x C '. 7%ic% is bigger N or x P 7e cannot tell@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be option AdB. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: Co#ld t%e area o& RABC C ' P Since t%e %eig%t A0 C 3@ t%e area >o#ld be ' onl i& t%e base >ere 1 D 1F! A1B A3B C '. *l#g in a n#mber o& x. +o> col#mn A is N and Col#mn B is x.:! G 11@ >%ereas '.& x C !@ col#mn A is !N 7%ic% is slig%tl more t%an 3 and col#mn B is !! C .

"%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. CJ'K is a s"uare. and probabl less t%an 1!@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AbB. *d P A *olumn A Lc F dM2 *olumn & c 2 F d2 a. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b . Also t%e area o& a c#rved region almost al>a s involves T@ so ass#me t%e area isnEt exactl 1!.-. Since r C 0A C 3@ t%e area o& t%e 8#arter .2 a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.circle is 1F. 4inall t%e area o& t%e s%aded portion is :T 5 19. . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. .D."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: "%e area o& angle AH$ and $IB is t%e area o& 8#arter circle A0B min#s t%e area o& t%e s8#are. "%e area o& angle AH$ and $IB %as a de&inite area@ >%ic% is eit%er 1! more t%an 1! or less t%an 1!. '3N C :N."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. 7%ic% is approximatel 1.ts >ell less t%an t%e %al& o& t%e 8#arter 5 circle so less t%an 1.. . "%e sol#tion above re8#ires several steps.& o# kno> t%at t%e area o& t%e circle is '3N@ so t%at t%e 8#arter circle is :N or abo#t !9@ o# can estimate t%e s%aded region. Eliminate D. Eliminate c%oice C. C is the center of the circle of radius <. $o# can no> c%oose bet>een A and B@ b#t i& o# look at t%e diagram and kno> a little lit o# can improve o#r g#ess.. 0$ t%e diagonal o& t%e s8#are is 3@ since it is a radi#s o& a circle@ so 0I t%e side o& t%e s8#are is A3FS!B! C '3F! C 19. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. *olumn A: (he area of angle AJ' and 'K& *olumn &: .

Replace b >it% n#mbers satis& ing b L . so is !cd. *ompare B is greater B is greater 7liminate B and C .1B ! C : K !1 C '. Since it is given t%at cd L .& o# canEt expand Ac KdB ! t%en replace c and d >it% n#mbers satis& ing cd L .1B ! C : K !1 C '. *olumn & 1! K A-1B ! C 1 K1 C ! '! K A.@ 3b is negative >%ereas b3 is positive. *olumn A Let c C 1 And dC-1 Let c C ' And dC-1 A1 K 1B ! C . . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. b P A *olumn A <b *olun & b< a. A' K -1B ! C A-!B ! C . *olumn A Let b C -1 Let b C -! 3 A-1B C -3 3A-!B C -1! *olumn & A-1B 3 C 1 '! K A.7!planation: Col#mn A Col#mn B Expand Col#mn AD Ac K dB ! C c! K !cd K d! c! K d! S#btract c! K d! 4rom eac% col#mn !cd ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: Since b L .4."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. *ompare B is greater B is greater 7liminate A and C Bot% times col#mn B >as greaterO t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be option AbB .

1 M '1 K . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.B C . 4or an positive n#mbers a and b Aa K bB ! G a! K b! . .1 M 31 C 1161 K !:!1 C .!1 K 3!1 C !31.1.1A'1 K 31B C .."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.. $o# s%o#ld do t%e calc#lation onl i& o# donUt kno> t%e &actO t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AbB 19.Bot% t%e times Col#mn B is greater@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AbB 13. $o# donEt need to kno> %o> man earsO t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld AbB . "%e date in Col#mn B starts earlier and end latter."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.??< to .. *olumn A D4 L-4 F <4M *olumn & D4 S -4 F D4 S <4 a.. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: Col#mn A D . Col#mn BD . *olumn A: D42 F 242 *olumn &: LD4 F 24M 2 a.?<? to . Clearl t%e span more ears.1A1.."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.:. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : c 7!planation: Col#mn AD ."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b..."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.1! K !1! C !. *olumn A: (he number of years from . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: Col#mn AD 1:!: 5 1663 C 11'@ Col#mn BD 1::! 5 1636 C !!1. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. Col#mn BD A.1..! C .323 *olumn &: (he number of years from .332 a.?.1 K !1B ! C 6.

. %o#rs is e8#al to one da @ '31 da s is e8#al to one ear and 1.!1. $o# %ave to compare and determine t%e t>o 8#antities.1 F ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. C 93@.@ so an 9. C '. K 9.F1 C '91 F 1 C 66."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. ears is e8#al to 1 cent#r . *olumn A: /arianne%s average after D tests *olumn &: /arianne>s average after 4 tests a. Col#mn AD 3.. *olumn A: (he area of a s"uare whose sides are four *olumn &: (wice the area of an e"uilateral triangle whose sides are four a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. seconds is e8#al to one min#te@ 3. C 63.. tests Miranda average is clearl less t%an 9. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. $o# >ant to kno> >%ic% average is %ig%er not >%at t%e averages are."%is is /#st t%e distrib#tion propert @ >%ic% states t%at &or an n#mbers a@ b and c@ aAb K cB C ab K ac@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AcB 1:. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. F. M 3. min#tes is e8#al to one %o#r@ !. /arinda earned a ?4 on each of her first three math test and on GA on her fourth and fifth tests. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> . *olumn A: (he number of seconds in one day *olumn &: (he number of days in one century a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. M !. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: 3. on t%e &i&t% test %ad to raise %er average@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er is AbB !."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: Col#mn AD 61 K 61 K 61 K 9. A&ter .. Col#mn BD '31 M 1. Col#mn BD 61 K 61 K 61 K 9. Even i& >e t%ro> in some da s &or leap ear t%e ans>er >o#ld be AaB "%is 8#estion consists o& t>o 8#antities one in col#mn A and one in col#mn B.. !1. C '3@1.

! C 13. 7%en t%ree coins are &lipped@ getting t>o %eads means getting one tailO t%ere&ore t%e probabilit o& t>o %eads e8#als t%e probabilit o& one tail >%ic% b s mmetr e8#als t%e probabilit o& one %ead.. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : c 7!planation: $o# donUt %ave to calc#late t%e probabilities. C ."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> . Col#mn AD A C s! C .more t%an 1 %o#r. *olumn A: (he time is ta es to drive DAmiles at -4 mph *olumn &: (he time it ta es to drive -4 miles at DA mph a. %o#rs . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : a 7!planation: Since d C rt@ t C dFr Col#mn AD .. Col#mn BD '1F.! S'F.6@ 9S' C 1'. "%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be AaB !. "%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be V or in t%e same >a >%en a coin is &lipped ' times t%ere is 9 possible o#tcomesD ---@ --"@ -"-@ -""@ "--@ "-"@ "".less t%an 1 %o#r."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. Eac% probabilit is 'F9@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er is AcB 2-. Col#mn BD A C s! S'F.and """.Ans : a 7!planation: Calc#late bot% t%e areas. C .F'1 %o#rs . *olumn A: -? S D*olumn &: -A S 4a. (hree fair coins are flipped *olumn A: (he probability of getting one head *olumn &: (he probability of getting two head a. 0& t%ese ' %ave one %ead and ' %ave t>o %eads."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. Since S' C 1.S' and t>ice A is 9S'.. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.3 !!.

. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d .n eac% col#mn x represent t%e same t%ing@ a n#mber bet>een 1 and '. P J P *olumn A: J2 *olumn &: 2! a. "%ere&ore t%e ans>er is AaB !1."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.2 *olumn A: . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : b 7!planation: Since 1 and 6 are t%e onl primes >%ose s#m is 1!.Ans : a 7!planation: Q#st m#ltipl '6 M . "%ere&ore t%e correct ans>er >o#ld be option AdB !3.' C 11:1 and '. M 1' C 11:. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.& x is !@ t%en x! and !x are eac% ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. a P b P c P d *olumn A: ab *olumn &: cd a."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.n eit%er case p is less t%an 9 and so t%e 8#antit in Col#mn B is greater all t%e time. . and " are primes . and t%ere&ore eliminate t%e &irst t>o c%oice nor is Col#mn A nor Col#mn B greater all t%e time. * co#ld be 1 ."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. *olumn &: G a."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d. F " N . "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: .r 6. . . +ote t%at alt%o#g% 1 K 11 C 1!@ p cannot be 11 beca#se 1 is not prime@ t%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be option AbB. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c. !6."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b. . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.

*ompare B is greater "%e are e8#al 7liminate A and C B . "%ere&ore o# can see t%e 8#antit in col#mn A is greater b#t Col#mn B is not greater all t%e time@ t%ere&ore o# can see option AbB is not t%e correct ans>er.7!planation: Let a C -1@ b C -'@ c C -! and d C -1@ no> eval#ateD ab C A-1B A-'B C 11 and cd C A-!BA-1B C !. / H A and m T ."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.B C .1 *olumn A Let 1 Let . *olumn & !' C 9 A1F!B ' C 1F9 *ompare B is greater A is greater 7liminate A and C B "%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be option AdB !:. *olumn A: . A1F!B ! C 1F. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: "%ere are no restrictions on @ so #se t%e best n#mbersD 1@ . *olumn & 11A1B C 11 11A."%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater b.B C . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c.4y a. !9. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : d 7!planation: *olumn A Let m C ! Let m C 1F! !! C . "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater c."%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al d.@ .-y *olumn &: . "%e r.elations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given and so t%e ans>er is option AdB. *olumn A: /2 *olumn &: ma. C C 1'A1B C 1' 1'A.

*olumn & 1 5 11 C -1. !S!D1 e.S'D' d. K 11 C 11 .. *olumn &: w O .@ -1 *olumn A Let > C 1 Let > C ."%ere&ore t%e ans>er >o#ld be option AdB '. "%e 8#antit in col#mn ! is greater %.11 and i& >e add > to eac% side@ >e getD > K 11 G > 5 11@ "%ere&ore t%e ans>er is option AaB .1 K 11 C 1.' DS! b. "%e relations%ip cannot be determined &rom t%e in&ormation given belo> Ans : a 7!planation: "%ere are no restrictions on > so #se t%e best n#mbersD 1@ . Eac% time o# can see Col#mn A is greater b#t t%atEs not a proo&. "%e 8#antit in col#mn 1 is greater g. a. Let > C -1 1 K 11 C 1! . "%e t>o 8#antities are e8#al i.. 7e can see 11 G . *olumn A: w F ..11 .. S1D1 c. 5 11 C .9DS1 &.1 5 11 C -1! *ompare A is greater A is greater A is greater 7liminate B and C Let > be a positive n#mber and a negative n#mber. .

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