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1. Two cuckoo clocks were brought to the Tick Tock Clock Shop for repairs. Both clocks

always told the correct time. However, one cuckoo came out every 45 minutes and the

other came out every 55 minutes. One day, both cuckoos came out at 12.00 noon. When

was the next time both cuckoos came out together?

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2. There are just enough microscopes, test tubes and calculators so that every 3 students

have to share a microscope, every 4 students have to share a test tube and every 5

students had to share a calculator. The sum of microscopes, test tubes and calculators

is 94. How many students are there?

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3. A 6 sided die having its side numbered from 1 till 6 is tricked such that the probability

of appearence of each side is proportional to its number. What is the probability of the

event “Even”?

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4. In a ten-mile race, First beats Second by 1 mile and First beats Third by 3 miles. If the

runners maintain constant speed throughout the race, by how many miles does Second

beat Third?

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5. The sum of the reciprocals of the roots of the equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 is

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6. In the base ten number system the number 526 means 5 · 102 + 2 · 10 + 6. In Fantasialand,

however, numbers are written in the base r. Jones purchases an automobile for 440

monetary units (abbreviated m.u.). He gives the salesman a 1000 m.u. bill, and receives,

in change, 340 m.u. The base r is

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7. One side of a given triangle is 18 inches. Inside the triangle a line segment is drawn

parallel to this side forming a trapezoid whose area is three-fourth of that of the triangle.

The length of this segment, in inches, is:

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Continuing at this reduced speed. ♠ ♠ ♦ ♦ ♥ ↔ ♥ ♥ 3. it reaches its destination two hours late. What was the average speed of the train before the locomotive got into trouble? 2. the locomotive of a freight train develops trouble that slows its speed to 3/5 of its average speed up to the time of the failure. 1. ♥ ♠ ♠ ↔ ? How many ♦’s are needed to balance scale 3? 3. Had the trouble occurred 50 miles beyond. the delay would have been reduced by 40 minutes. ♦ ♥ ↔ ♠ ♠ ♠ ♠ 2. One hour out of the station. Part II NAME: 1. How many triangles? .2012 PROBE Exam. Scale 1 and 2 are perfectly balanced. Imagine the symbols below to sit on scales.

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