1.
What comes next in the series?
8, 16, 24, _
Correct Answer
D. 32
Explanation
The series follows a pattern where each number is obtained by adding 8 to the previous number. Starting from 8, adding 8 gives us 16, then adding 8 again gives us 24. Continuing this pattern, the next number would be obtained by adding 8 to 24, which gives us 32.
2.
What comes next in the series?
4, 6, 10, 12, 16 _
Correct Answer
B. 18
Explanation
The pattern in the series is that every alternate number is obtained by adding 2 to the previous number, while the other numbers are obtained by adding 4 to the previous number. Starting with 4, we add 2 to get 6, then add 4 to get 10, then add 2 to get 12, then add 4 to get 16. Therefore, the next number in the series would be obtained by adding 2 to 16, resulting in 18.
3.
Complete the series by finding the missing number
3, _, 9, 12,15
Correct Answer
C. 6
Explanation
The missing number in the series can be found by observing the pattern. The first number is 3, and then each subsequent number is obtained by adding 3 to the previous number. Therefore, the missing number should be 6, as it is obtained by adding 3 to 3.
4.
Three digits describe me.
My third digit is four times smaller than my second.
The difference between my first and second digits is three.
Who am I?
Correct Answer
B. 141
Explanation
In this question, the number is described as having three digits. The third digit is four times smaller than the second digit, which means it is one-fourth of the second digit. The difference between the first and second digits is three. Among the given options, only 141 satisfies these conditions. The first digit is 1, the second digit is 4, and the third digit is 1/4 of 4, which is 1. Therefore, the correct answer is 141.
5.
How many cups of sugar do you have if there are three cups and one is removed?
Correct Answer
A. Two cups
Explanation
If there are initially three cups of sugar and one cup is removed, then there will be only two cups of sugar remaining.
6.
A mouse starts by climbing stairs in order to become in better shape.
He begins on the fourth level and ascends five stories, descends seven stories, climbs six stories, descends three stories, and then ascends four floors once more.
On what floor is he?
Correct Answer
B. Ninth floor
Explanation
The mouse starts on the fourth level and ascends five stories, which brings him to the ninth floor. He then descends seven stories, which brings him to the second floor. After that, he climbs six stories, which brings him to the eighth floor. He then descends three stories, which brings him to the fifth floor. Finally, he ascends four floors, which brings him to the ninth floor again. Therefore, the mouse is on the ninth floor.
7.
One carrot is consumed by Rico the Rabbit on Sunday, two on Monday, four on Tuesday, and so forth. He consumes how many carrots per week?
Correct Answer
A. 127 carrots
Explanation
To find out how many carrots Rico the Rabbit consumes per week, let's sum up the number of carrots he eats each day:Sunday: 1 carrotMonday: 2 carrotsTuesday: 4 carrotsWednesday: 8 carrotsThursday: 16 carrotsFriday: 32 carrotsSaturday: 64 carrotsAdd these values together to get the total number of carrots consumed in a week:1 + 2 + 4 + 8 + 16 + 32 + 64 = 127 carrotsSo, Rico the Rabbit consumes 127 carrots per week.
8.
A basketball shootout tournament has 16 players.
How many rounds must be completed before a winner is declared?
Correct Answer
C. Fifteen
Explanation
In a basketball shootout tournament with 16 players, each round eliminates half of the players. In the first round, 16 players compete and 8 players advance. In the second round, 8 players compete and 4 players advance. In the third round, 4 players compete and 2 players advance. In the fourth and final round, the remaining 2 players compete and a winner is declared. Therefore, a total of 15 rounds must be completed before a winner is declared.
9.
Three digits describe me.
The difference between my ones and tens digits is six.
My hundreds dight is eight less than my tens digit.
What digit am I?
Correct Answer
B. 193
Explanation
The hundreds digit is 1 because it is eight less than the tens digit. The tens digit is 9 because it is eight more than the ones digit. The ones digit is 3 because the difference between the ones and tens digits is six. Therefore, the correct answer is 193.
10.
How long is an hour on Mars if a day is equivalent to two weeks on Earth? (Approx value)
Correct Answer
D. 14 Earth hours
Explanation
On Mars, a day is equivalent to two weeks on Earth. Therefore, if we divide 24 hours (a day on Earth) by 2, we get 12 hours. This means that a day on Mars is 12 hours long. Since the question asks for the length of an hour on Mars, we divide 12 hours (a Martian day) by 24 (an Earth day) to get 0.5. Therefore, an hour on Mars is 0.5 Earth hours. However, none of the given options match this calculation, so the correct answer is not available.