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Anyone <reproducing> copyrighted works without permission of the holders of the copyrights <are> <breaking> <the law> .
Supersonic transport <such> the Concorde will probably we <widely> accepted <as soon> as problems of noise and atmospheric pollution <are> resolved.
<It is generally believed> that Thomas Jeffer son was the one who had researched and <wrote> the Declaration of Independence during the months prior to <its signing> <in July > .
Because <not food> is <as nutritious> for a baby <as> its mother's milk, <many> women are returning to the practice of breast feeding.
<Civil engineers> had better <planning> <to use> steel supports in concrete structures <built> on unstable geophysical sites.
Aristotle <systematically> set out the <various> forms of the syllogism <that> <has remained> an important reference for logic.
With <his> father's guidance, Mozart <begun> <playing> the clavier at the age of three and <composing> at the age of five.
The practical and legal implications of euthanasia, the practice of causing the death of a person <suffering> from an incurable disease, are so controversial <as> <it is> illegal <in most countries> .
Programs <such as> Head Start <were developed> <to prepare> children from deprived situations to enter school <without to experience> unusual difficulties.
Since lightning was probably significant in the formation of life, understanding <it> <might help> us <to understanding> life <itself> .
Starfishes and sea urchins, members of the echinoderms or spiny skinned animals, <are> particularly <interested> <because of> <their> unusual structures.
<Almost> poetry <is> <more enjoyable> when <it is> read aloud.
It is essential that cancer <is> <diagnosed> and treated <as early as> possible in order <to assure> a successful cure.
Vasco da Gama, accompanied <by a large crew> and a fleet of twenty ships, <were> trying <to establish> Portuguese domination <in Africa and India> during the sixteenth century.
Gold, silver, and copper coins are often alloyed with <harder> metals <to make> <them> <hard as enough> to withstand wear.
A vine climbs from one tree to another, continuing <to grow> and support <itself> even when the original <supporting> tree is <not longer> alive.
After Dr. Werner Arber <discovered> restriction enzymes, Drs. Daniel Nathan, Hamilton Smith, and <him> <were awarded> the Nobel prize for <their> research in that field.
<Sometime> ants keep <smaller insects> that give off honeydew, milking them <regularly> and even building barns <to shelter> them.
The prime rate is the rate of interest that a bank will <charge> when <it> <borrows> money to <its> best clients.
The area <where> a <microchip> is manufactured must <be> the <most cleanest> environment possible.
Mathematics <is> <such important> field and serves so many of the sciences that <it> is a prerequisite <for studying> every scientific discipline.
Studies of job satisfaction are unreliable because there <is> so <many> variables and <because> the admission of dissatisfaction <may be viewed> as a personal failure.
<A calorie> <is> the quantity of heat <required> <to rise> one gallon of water one degree centigrade at one atmospheric pressure.
There is <no> limit to the diversity to be <finding> in the <cultures> of <people> throughout the world.
Sloths spend <most> of <its> time hanging upside down from trees and <feeling> on leaves and <fruit> .
Although <blood> <lets> a residue in urine and stool samples, <it> cannot always <be detected> without the aid of a microscope.
The native people in the Americas were <referred to> as Indians because, <according to> the <believe> at the time, Christopher Columbus <had reached> the East Indies.
<A barometer> is a device with a <sealed> metal chamber designed to <reading> the changes in the pressure of <air> in the atmosphere.
Cotton fibre, <like> <other> vegetable fibres, <are> composed <mostly> of cellulose.
<Almost all> life <depends to> chemical reactions <with> oxygen <to> produce energy.
It may be <argued> that modern presidents have far <great> responsibilities than <their> predecessors <did> .
The audible range of frequencies <for> human beings <usually> <lays> <between> and , Hz.
<Many> grasshoppers can <produce> <sounds> by <rub> their hind legs against their wings.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was not only a poet and an author but <also> <presided> the modern language department at Harvard University <for> <more than> eighteen years.
Some important characteristics of the Baroque style <was> <a renewed interest> in ornamentation and a powerful <use> of both light <and> shade.
<The understanding> electricity <depends on> a knowledge of atoms and the subatomic particles of which <they> <are composed> .
Scientific fish farming, <known as> aquaculture, has existed for <more than> years, but scientists who <make> research in this field are only recently providing the kind of information that growers need <to increase> production.
The concept of lift in aerodynamics <refers to> the relationship <among> the <increased> speed of air over the top of a wing and the higher pressure of <the slower air> underneath.
The Greek historian Herodotus reported that one hundred thousand men <are> employed <for> twenty years <to build> the Great Pyramid <at Gizeh> .
New synthetic materials <have> improved <the construction> of artificial <body parts> by <provide> both the power and the range of action for a natural limb.
The Cabinet <consists of> secretaries of departments, <who> report to the president, give him advice, and <helping> him <make> decisions.
Each of the Intelsat satellites <remain> in a <fixed> position from which they relay radio signals to <more than> seventy <earth stations> .
The <season> changes of weather <cause> color changes in the <leaves> of <deciduous> trees.
A <technical> view of a new invention sometimes <differ> from <an> economic <prospective> .
Scientist <say> <that> the colour of the lake <is a result> of <his> unusual algae.
<Victims> of migraines <are often unable> to tolerate <ordinary> sights, sounds, odours and <press>
Some artists <like> <their> art <to be> shown in <apart> museum.
The <invention> of Alexander Graham Bell <extremely> greatly extended <the limits> of <communication> .
<A delicious mixture> called a smoothe is a <blend several> <different> foods <such as> milk, bananas, and vanilla.
Some people <believe that> humans will <never> <use away> all <the> natural resources of earth.
The media of Natural science is <the highest> <award scientific> that <can be given> to any <individual> in United States.
Three conditions <critical> <for growing> plants are soil temperature, chemical balance <or> <amount> of moisture.
Engines <used> in space shuttles are <much larger> and <more strong> than <the ones> used in jet planes.
<Many> people believe that New York is <the> <most greatly> city <in> United States.
She <stopped for> a cup <of> coffee <on way> <to work> .
My friend <teaches> <English> literature and <to write> at <State university> .
<At> night, a cat relies <on> <its> more than <for> any other sense.
<Atrophy> can affect a cell, <organ> <tissues> <or> limb.
Poets try to <expression> themselves in <such> a way that others understand <their> <meanings> .
Jean-Christope is a <two-thousand-page> novel <original> published <in> ten <volumes> .
Leaves <are believed> to be one of the best <substance> <to form> compost <piles> .
Section 2 (analogies) questions 12 choose the corrct relationship in the given pairs similar to the one given
TRILOGY : NOVEL : : ? : ? a) Rice : husk b) Milk : cream c) Fabric : weaving d) Gun : cartridge e) Serial : episode
IMPLICATE : INCRIMINATION : : ? : ? a) Perjury : fraud b) Embezzlement : charge c) Exonerate : acquittal d) Involve : crime e) Involvement : malpractice
HINDALIUM : ALUMINIUM : : ? : ? a. Iron : lead b. Carbon : manganese c. Lead : silver d. Brass : copper e. Gold : antimony
PEACEFUL : RESISTANCE : : ? : ? a) Litigation : lawlessness b) Coherent : inconsistency c) Dumb : follow d) Diligent : reliability e) Rough : forceful
BALL : THROW : : ? : ? a) shuttle cock : racket b) Ball : bat c) Dog : pat d) Hockey : ball e) Shoot : rifle
JUDGE : ADJUDICATE : : ? : ? a) Advocate : jury b) Mediator : reconcile c) Lawyer : client d) Appellant : implore e) Researcher : emendate
PEDANT : ERUDITION : : ? : ? a) Diplomat : tactless b) Prude : modesty c) Enemy : friendly d) Blunt : politician e) Rude : politeness
SOLDIER : STAINGUN : : ? : ? a) Bow : arrow b) Knight : sword c) Lock : key d) Horse : cart e) Rifle : trigger
VOLCANO : LAVA : : ? : ? a) Fault : earthquake b) Death : sorrow c) Delta : river d) Rock : sand e) Earth : crust
INTIMIDATE : WHEEDLE : : ? : ? a) Extol : disparage b) Outwardly : truly c) Defile : rebuke d) Co-ordinate : disinter e) Resolute : impetuous
CAPRICIOUS : RELIABILITY : : ? : ? a) Heated : boiling b) Arbitrary : whimsical c) Tenacious : practicality d) Unreliable : inhuman e) Extemporaneous : predictability
AGREEMENT : DISSENT : : ? : ? a) Contract : clauses b) Schism : diverge c) Impasse : concede d) Touchdown : penalty e) Latitude : resistance
Section 2 questions 12 synonyam of the word given in the sentence
City taxes are based on an <estimate of the value> of one's property. a) appraisal b) forecast c) diagnosis d) outline
<Proximity to> the court house makes an office building more valuable. a) Interest in b) Similarity to c) Nearness to d) Usefulness for
A balanced diet should include fish and <fowl> as well as red meat. a) fruit b) birds c) vegetables d) cheese and milk
Trees that <block> the view of oncoming traffic should be cut down. a) alter b) obstruct c) improve d) soil
People who live in the country enjoy a <rustic> life style. a) slow b) difficult c) simple d) happy
Although buses are <scheduled> to depart at a certain hour, they are often late. a) listed b) requested c) obligated d) loaded
Because light travels faster than sound, lightning appears to <go before> thunder. a) prolong b) traverse c) repel d) precede
The Constitution guarantees that private homes will not be searched without a <warrant.> a) special guard b) written authorisation c) national emergency d) small payment
<Vendors> must have a license. a) people employed in a food service b) People who drive a car c) People engaged in selling d) People who work in hospitals
When students do not have time to read a novel before class, they read an <outline of the plot> instead. a) an article b) a synopsis c) a critique d) an essay
The port authorities have <seized> over a million dollars worth of illegal drugs. a) confiscated b) discarded c) concealed d) destroyed
His paintings can inspire a <pensive> mood. a) cheerful b) thoughtful c) depressed d) confused
Section 3 (sentence correction) questions 38
<Handicapped> people frequently <state> that they feel <isolated> and <other people> avoid them.
<Detection> often <find out the truth> by gathering <lots of> unrelated information and <studying it> .
Byssinosis, <Known as> one of the many lung diseases, <are believed> to be the result of years <of exposure> <to> fine cotton dust.
The man claimed that the panacea <he sold> <was good> for <alleviating> stomachaches, fever, and <seasick> .
People <have to> take precautions <to> both <acts of> sabotage and direct violence in <times> of was.
The candidate spoke <ambiguously> <on purpose> so that people <listen to> him could hear <whatever> they wanted to hear
<The lack of> rain in <the northern Africa> <caused> <severe> scarcity of food.
The political contestant's speech <was filled with> empty <promise> platitudes, <and> <trite> expressions.
<The> economies of <many> OPEC nations <is> <primarily> oil-based.
People <dream> more when <they> <enter to> <lighter> phases of sleep.
Studies <conducted> by Johns Hopkins University indicated that it was the husbands, not the wives, <whose lives> were <shortened by> the <lost> of their spouses.
As a result of the Women's <Rights> Movement, women around the world now <holds> positions that were <once restricted to> <men> .
<Whether or not> a <divorced person> is entitled to <share of> his or her spouse's pension has to <be decided> by the court.
Some people <believe> that printing does as much harm <like> good since it <brings out> falsehood <as much as> truth.
Comets can <burst into> fragments <that> fly <upon> in fiery orbits of <their> own.
If the information in a report <does> not make sense, <it> may be necessary <to check> the <statistical> .
Toledo, <locating> <in the> centre of Spain, is <encircled> <by the> Tagus River.
<Surgical> apparatus <has to> be capable <of> great <precise> .
The dove nurtured her <young> until <them> were <old enough> to hunt <for themselves> .
As they grow older, <children> <taught> <not to> rely <on their> parents.
Drivers have the responsibility not <endangering> <the lives> of people <and of> animals <on> the road.
The letter <that> was <sent> by <special delivery> must be <importance> .
<What> happens during a person's <formulate> years may <affect> the rest of <that> person's life.
<The gerund> in English is normally <formed> by adding "ing" <to> the <basically> form of the verb.
People <tend to> become <irritate> and <short-tempered> whenever they get <overtired> .
<People living> in cities <are> often <sophisticated> than people in <rural areas> .
Disneyworld <was built> on , <200 acres> of <in part> swamp land <in central> Florida.
<Soaring> <medicinally> costs have a <direct> influence on the cost of <other merchandise> .
Edward Hall, a professor of anthropology, first commented <on> people's <strong feelings> <about> <personnel> space.
<The nucleus> of an ordinary comet <is> a mile <but> two <in> diameter.
George Gershwin <believed that> music <should express> the thoughts, and feelings of <their own time> <in> history.
Some senior citizens have to <cope with> arthritis and <other> <physical difficulties> of <aged> , in addition to psychological and social problem.
The workers <repairing> the road <surface> are wearing <specially> jackets <for> easy identification.
One of the most important <discovery> of the nineteenth century <was> a method <of using> natural gas for cooking and <heating> .
The Netherlands, a country with <much of> the land <lying> lower than sea level, <have> a system of dikes and canals <for controlling> water.
The <movement of> ocean waves <can be compared> to the waves <caused by> the wind in a <field or grass> .
Only after they <themselves> <become> parents, <do> people realize the difficulties <of raised> children.
<Aviators> , <fishing> , and sailors are among those <who> <rely on> weather predictions.
Section 4 ( reading comprehension ) questions 9
Unlike the carefully weighted and planned compositions of Dante, Goethe's writings have always the sense of immediacy and enthusiasm. He was a constant experimenter with life, with ideas, and with forms of writing.
For the same reason, his works seldom have the qualities of finish or formal beauty which distinguish the masterpieces of Dante and Virgil. He came to love the beauties of classicism but these were never an essential part of his make-up. Instead, the urgency of the moment, the spirit of the thing, guided his pen.
As a result, nearly all his works have serious flaws of structure, of inconsistencies, of excesses and redundancies and extraneities. In the large sense, Goethe represents the fullest development of the romanticist. It has been argued that he should not be so designated because he so clearly matured and outgrew the kind of romanticism exhibited by Wordsworth, Shelley, and Keats.
Shelley and Keats died young; Wordsworth lived narrowly and abandoned his early attitudes. In contrast, Goethe lived abundantly and developed his faith in the spirit, his understanding of nature and human nature, and his reliance on feelings as man's essential motivating force.
The result was an all encompassing vision of reality and a philosophy of life broader and deeper than the partial visions and attitudes of other romanticists. Yet the spirit of youthfulness, the impatience with close reasoning or "logicchopping," and the continued faith in nature remained his to the end, together with an occasional waywardness and impulsiveness and a disregard of artistic or logical propriety which savour strongly of romantic individualism.
Since so many twentieth-century thoughts and attitudes are similarly based on the stimulus of the Romantic Movement, Goethe stands as particularly the poet of modern times as Dante stood for medieval times and as Shakespeare for the Renaissance.
A characteristic of romanticism NOT mentioned in this passage is its a) elevation of nature b) preference for spontaneity c) modernity of ideas d) unconcern for artistic decorum e) simplicity of language
It can be inferred from the passage that classicism has which of the following characteristics ? I. Sensitivity toward emotional promptings. II. Emphasis on formal aesthetic criteria. III. Meticulous planning of artistic works a) II only b) III only c) I and II d) II and III e) I, II, and III
The author's attitude towards Goethe's writings is best described as a) unqualified endorsement b) lofty indifference c) reluctant tolerance d) measured admiration e) undisguised contempt
Many people seem to think that science fiction is typified by the covers of some of the old pulp magazines; the Bug-Eyed Monster, embodying every trait and feature that most people find repulsive, is about to grab a sweet, blonde, Earth girl.
This is unfortunate because it demeans and degrades a worthwhile and even important literary endeavour. In contrast to this unwarranted stereotyped, science fiction rarely emphasise this, and when it does, it is more discreet than other contemporary fiction.
Instead, the basic interest of science fiction is a literature of change and a literature, of future, and while it would be foolish to claim that science fiction is a major literary genre at this time, the aspects of human life that it considers make it well worth reading and studying-for no other literary from does quite the same things.
What is science fiction? To begin, the following definition should be helpful : science fiction is a literary sub-genre which postulates a change from conditions as we know them and follows the implication of these changes to a conclusions. Although this definition will necessarily be modified and expanded, it covers much of the basic groundwork and provides a point of departure.
The first point-that science fiction is a literary sub-genre is a very important one, but one which is often overlooked or ignored in most discussion of science fiction. Specifically science fiction is either a short story or a novel.
There are only a few dramas which could be called science fiction with Capek's RUR being the only one that is well known; the body of poetry that might be labelled science fiction is only slightly larger. To say that science fiction is only slightly larger.
To say that science fiction is a sub-genre of prose fiction is to say that it has all the basic characteristics serves the same basic functions in much the same way as prose fiction in general-that is, it shares a great deal with all other novels and short stories.
Everything that can be said prose fiction. In general applies to science fiction. Every piece of science fiction, whether short story or novel, must have narrator, a story, a plot, a setting, characters languages and theme. And look any prose the themes of science fiction are concentrated with interpreting man's nature and experience in relation to the world around him.
Themes in science fiction are constructed and presented in exactly the same ways that themes are dealt with in any other kind of fiction. They are the result of particular combination of narrator, story, plot, character, setting and language. In short, the reason for reading and enjoying science fiction and the ways of studying and analysing it, are basically the same as they would be for other story or novel.
Although few examples of science fictions written before 1900 exist, we can infer that it has been most popular in the twentieth century because a) with the growth of literacy, the size of the reading public has increased b) competition from television and film has created a demand for more exciting fiction c) science is easier to understand than other kinds of fiction d) the increased importance technology in our lives has given science fiction an increased relevance. e) other media have captured the large audience that erased novels in the 19th century.
According to the definition in them passage, a fictional work that places human beings in a prehistoric world inhabited by dinosaurs a) cannot properly be called scientific fiction because it does not deal with the future. b) cannot properly be called scientific fiction because it does not deal with the technology. c) can properly be called science fiction because it is prose fiction d) can properly be called science fiction because it places people in an environment different from the one we know e) can properly be called science fiction because it deals with man's relation to the world around him.
Science fiction is called a literary sub-genre because a) it is not important enough to be a literary genre b) it cannot be made into dramatic presentation c) it has its limit d) it shares characteristic with other types of prose fiction e) to call it a "genre" would subject it to literary jargon.
From the passage, we can infer that science fiction films based upon ideas that have originally appeared in other media are chiefly adaptations of a) short stories b) plays c) novels d) poems e) folk tales
The author believes that, when compared to other literary genres, science fiction is a) deficient in its use of narrators b) unable to be adapted to drama c) a minor but worthwhile kind of fiction d) more concerned with plot than with theme e) is need of a unique literary approach
The emphasis on theme in the final paragraph off the passage suggests that the author regards which of the following as an especially important reason for reading science fiction? a) the discovery of meaning b) the display of character c) the beauty of language d) the psychological complexity e) the interest of setting
An appropriate title for this passage would be a) on the inaccuracies of pulp would be b) man and the universe c) towards a definition of science fiction d) a type of prose fiction e) beyond the bug-eyed monster
Section 5 ( maths )
A garrison of 1500 men has provisions for 55 days. After 15 days more men have come and provisions last for 30 days only. How many men have arrived? 500 200 600 300
16 men, 18 women and 30 boys can earn together Rs.86.50 P. If 1 man, 1 woman and 1 boy can earn in the ratio 10 : 7 : 2 how much does each man earn? 4.00 2.50 boys 1.75 2.75 woman
Annual incomes of Mandeepak and Kiranjot are in the ratio of 4 : 3 and their annual expenses bear the ratio 3 : 2. If each of them saves 600 rupees at the end of the year, their annual incomes will be in the ratio. 3 : 4 4 : 3 1 : 4 3 : 1
Surinder gets Rs.5.25 investing Rs.113.25. how many rupees should she invest, in order to get Rs.383.27 ? 8267.25 8267.35 8267.45 8762.15
Two numbers are in the ratio 5 : 6 and if 4 is subtracted from each, they are reduced to the ratio 4 : 5. The smaller number will be. 10 20 30 40
In what proportion should teas Rs.12 a kg. and Rs. 15 a kg. be mixed, so that mixture may be worth Rs.13 a Kg? 2.1 1.2 3.1 1.3
In what proportion should wines at Rs.3.50 a peg and Rs.4.25 a peg be mixed, so as to produce a mixture worth Rs.3.2 a peg ? 4.1 3.1 5.1 2.1
How much water should be added to 32 kg of milk worth Rs.14 (at 4 kg) to reduce the price to Rs.8 at 4 kg. 3 kg 8 kg 5 kg 11 kg
A man buys a sugar at Rs.8 per kg and after adding sand to it sells at Rs.9 per kg gain there-by 5%. Find the proportion of sand he has added. 2 : 1 3 : 4 4 : 1 1 : 3
A grocer mixes two kinds of salts costing Rs.1.75 a kg and Rs.1.88 a kg and by selling them at Rs.2.25 per kg gains 25%. How were they mixed? 2 : 3 3 : 4 3 : 2 4 : 3
How much water should be added to 20 litres of spirit at Rs.12 a litre so that by selling the mixture at the cost price there maybe a gain of 20% ? 4 litres 5 litres 2 litres No water
A tradesman professes to retail his goods at a profit of 10%. He mixes with them 1/4 of their wt. of an inferior article which cost him 4/5 of the price of the better kind. How much percent profit does he make ? 14 5/12% 14 11/12% 14 7/12% 14 1/12%
One liquid contains 22.5% of water and another 96%. A glass filled with 5 parts of the one with 7 parts of another. What percentage of water is there in the glass ? 25.125 25.251 25.521 25.215
A vessel is filled with liquid 3 parts of which are water and 5 parts syrup. How much of the mixture may be half water and half syrup ? 5 20 1/5 20
Two equal glass are respectively 1/3 and 1/4 full of milk. They are then filled up with water and the contents mixed in a tumbler, find the ratio of the milk and water in the tumbler. 17 : 7 7 : 17 3.17 7.3
Six pounds of a 20% solution of Sugar in water are mixed with 4 pounds of a 60% solution of sugar in water. What is the percentage of Sugar in the remaining mixture ? 35% 45% 25% 52%
The ratio between the ages of A and B at present is 2 : 3. Five years hence the ratio of their ages will be 3 : 4. What is the present age of A in years ? 10 15 25 None of the above
An amount is to be divided among A, B and C in the ratio of 3 : 5 : 7 respectively. If C's share is Rs. 1600 more than A's share, what will be B's share ? Rs. 1000 Rs. 2000 Rs. 2400 Rs. 1500
Which of the following is the ratio between a number and the number obtained by adding one-fifth of that number to is ? 5 : 6 5 : 4 6 : 5 None of the above
The mean proportional between 4 and 9 is. 13 2 x 3 6 13
A sum of Rs.500/- was lent for two years at 2% compound interest. The interest for two years will be ___________. Rs.20/Rs.25/Rs.50.20 Rs.20.20 none of the above
A tree of height 21 m on a road side broke at a certain height and it fell in such a way that its top touched the other edge of the road. If the breadth of the road be 12 m. then the height at which it broke was. 12 m 6 m 9 m 13 m none of the above
16 chairs cost the same as 7 tables, 5 chairs and 2 tables together cost Rs.335/-. If so a chair costs Rs.35/Rs.70/Rs.80/Rs .30/none of the above
Section 6 ( data sufficiency)
What is the value of a-b? (1) a + 2b = 6 (2) a = b
The number of eligible voters is 200,000. How many eligible voters voted? (1) 60% of the eligible men voted. (2) 65% of the eligible women voted.
How much was the original cost of a car which sold for $3,100? (1) The car was sold for a discount of 20% from its original cost. (2) The sales tax was $150.
Are two triangles congruent ? 1. Both triangles are right triangles. 2. Both triangles have the same perimeter.
Is a > 0 ? 1. (a*a*a*a) - 16 = 0 2. a*a*a - 8 = 0
If both conveyer belt A and conveyer belt B are used, they can fill a hopper with coal in one hour. How long will it take for the conveyer belt A to fill the hopper without conveyer belt B. 1. Conveyer belt A moves twice as much coal as conveyer belt B. 2. Conveyer belt B would take 3 hours to fill the hopper without belt .
Is x larger than 1 ? 1. x is larger than 0. 2. x*x - 4 > 0
What is the area of a circle ? 1. The circumference is 12pi 2. The diameter is 12
What is the value of x ? 3x + 12 = 36 5x + 3y = 16
What is the average height of Arnold, Bob and Charles? 1. Arnold is 6 inches shorter than Bob and Charles is 6 inches longer than Bob. 2. Bob is 6 feet tall.
What is the average height of Arnold, Bob and Charles? 1. Arnold is 5 inches shorter than Bob and Charles is 5 inches longer than Bob. 2. Bob is 24 years old.
What is the value of a ? 9a + 12 = 50 5a + 3b = 16
How many brothers does Daniel have ? 1. His parents were married 25 years ago. 2. He has twice as many sisters as brothers.
How many brothers does Daniel have ? 1. His parents have seven surviving children among whom are four girls. 2. He has twice as many sisters as brothers.
How many brothers does Daniel have ? 1. His parents have seven surviving children among whom are four girls. 2. He has twice as many sisters as brothers and Daniel's parents have seven surviving children.
Which is more expensive, an apple or an orange ? 1. A dozen apples costs $5. 2. Oranges cost $2 a pound.
Which is more expensive, an apple or a mango ? 1. A dozen apples costs $5. 2. A dozen mangoes cost $2.
What is the cost of two apples and two oranges ? 1. A dozen apples costs $5. 2. Oranges cost $5 a pound.
Is x > y ? 1. (x-y) > 0 2. x*x < y*y
Is x > y ? 1. (x-y) > 0 2. 2x > 2y
What was the interest rate in an savings account ? 1. The account holder collected $ 50 in simple interest over several months. 2. There was $ 2000 in the account initially.
What was the interest rate in an savings account ? 1. The account holder collected $ 50 in simple interest over twelve months. 2. There was $ 2000 in the account initially.
Which is smallest of the three numbers that average 7 ? 1. One of the numbers is 6. 2. One of the numbers is 8.
Which is largest of the three numbers that average 7 ? 1. One of the numbers is 6. 2. One of the numbers is 8.
Which is smallest of the three numbers that average 7 ?]\ 1. Two of the three numbers are 6 and 7. 2. Two of the three numbers are 7 and 8. ]
Which is smallest of the three numbers that average 7 ? 1. Two of the three numbers are 6 and 7. 2. One of the three numbers is 8.
In the equation 6x - 4y - 20 = 0, what is the value of y ? 1. x=y 2. x=10
Given the equation 6x - 4y - 20 = 0, what is the value of x + y ? 1. x=y 2. x=10
What is the area of a circular field ? 1. The circumference is 314 feet. 2. The diameter is 100 feet.
What is the area of a circular field ? 1. The radius is 50 feet. 2. The diameter is 100 feet.
A hexagonal playing field is composed of six equilateral triangles, each of the same size. If one player controls each triangle, how much area is controlled by all six players ? 1. One edge of one triangular region equals 15 feet. 2. The perimeter of one triangular region equals 45 feet.
How many Mondays are in December of a particular year ? 1. There are 4 Tuesdays that December. 2. There are 4 Saturdays that December.
How long is the diagonal through the centre of a particular cube ? 1. A diagonal across one face is 4.24 centimetres. 2. The surface area of the cube is 54 square centimetres.
Were more new cars or new jeeps purchased by the people of town X ? One fourth of the population on town X purchased new cars. One third of the population on town X purchased new jeeps.
Is a greater than b ? 1. a = 1 2. b is a prime number
How many rectangular tiles are required for the kitchen floor ? 1. Each tile is 48 square inches. 2. The kitchen measures 10 feet by 7 feet.
How many squarish tiles are required for the kitchen floor which is a perfect square ? 1. The tile has a length of 10 inches. 2. The kitchen measures 100 inches By 100 inches.
How many rectangular tiles are required for the kitchen floor ? 1. The tile's length is 12 inches. 2. The tile's width is 10 inches.
How many rectangular tiles are required for the kitchen floor ? 1. The tile's length is 10 inches. 2. The kitchen's length is 10 feet.
How much rainfall does City A need this month to attain its long term average rainfall of 35 inches per year ? 1. Over the last 11 months, the city A had an average rainfall of 3 inches per month. 2. City A has accumulated 94.3% of its mean annual rainfall during the last 11 months.
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