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THIS IS AN ACCURATE IQ TEST attempting to measure intelligence in the extremes (i. E. 4 or more standard deviations above or below the norm). IQ is a measure of reasoning and mental potential, not passion or motivation or an indicator of success. your IQ score can be interpreted by the following chart ; 20>. . . Profound mental retardation ; Read more21-35. . . Se vere mental retardation ; 36-51. . . Moderate mental retardation ; 52-67. . . Mild mental retardation ; 68-83. . . Borderline functioning ; 84-115. . . Average intelligence ; 116-131. . . Mildly gifted
Questions and Answers
1.
How many numbers are in the following sequence A123B
A.
5
B.
3
C.
1
D.
2
E.
4
Correct Answer B. 3
Explanation The sequence "A123B" contains three numbers: 1, 2, and 3. The letters "A" and "B" are not numbers, so they are not included in the count.
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2.
Which number comes next in the sequence 2,4,6,8
A.
9
B.
10
C.
7
D.
12
E.
14
Correct Answer B. 10
Explanation The given sequence is a simple arithmetic progression, where each term is obtained by adding 2 to the previous term. Starting from 2, the next term is 4+2=6, then 6+2=8. Following the same pattern, the next term should be 8+2=10. Therefore, the number that comes next in the sequence is 10.
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3.
Which two numbers come next in the sequence2,6,14,30
Correct Answer 62,126
Explanation The sequence follows a pattern where each number is obtained by multiplying the previous number by 2 and then adding 2. Starting with 2, we have 2*2+2=6, 6*2+2=14, and 14*2+2=30. Applying the same pattern, we can find the next numbers in the sequence: 30*2+2=62 and 62*2+2=126.
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4.
A 1600 mL beaker is filled half-way with water, 25% of the water in the beaker is dumped out, what percentage of water is left?
A.
20
B.
25
C.
12.5
D.
37.5
E.
42.5
Correct Answer D. 37.5
Explanation After filling the beaker halfway, it contains 800 mL of water. When 25% of the water is dumped out, it means 25% of 800 mL, which is 200 mL, is removed. Therefore, the amount of water left in the beaker is 800 mL - 200 mL = 600 mL. To find the percentage of water left, we divide the amount of water left (600 mL) by the original amount of water (1600 mL) and multiply by 100. So, (600/1600) * 100 = 37.5%.
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5.
Larry likes sunny mondays which occur one out of every two times, but only if sally wakes up on time which occurs 1 out of every 4 times. Jon likes rainy tuesdays and rainy mondays when sally doesn't wake up on time. Bob likes sunny fridays. Courtney likes sunny mondays when sally doesn't wake up on time. who is most likely to enjoy thier monday morning
A.
Larry
B.
Bob
C.
Jon
D.
Courtney
E.
Sally
Correct Answer D. Courtney
Explanation Courtney is most likely to enjoy her Monday morning because she likes sunny Mondays when Sally doesn't wake up on time. Based on the given information, Sally waking up on time only occurs 1 out of every 4 times, so there is a higher chance that Sally won't wake up on time. Additionally, Larry only likes sunny Mondays which occur one out of every two times, Jon likes rainy Tuesdays and rainy Mondays when Sally doesn't wake up on time, and Bob likes sunny Fridays which is not relevant to Monday mornings. Therefore, Courtney is the most likely to enjoy her Monday morning.
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6.
How many "1's are in the following sequence 1llll1117717171717171711111777777117III7171
Correct Answer 19
Explanation The given sequence consists of various characters, including "1". By counting the number of "1's" in the sequence, we find that there are a total of 19 occurrences of the digit "1".
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7.
Which comes nextAA 11 BB 22
Correct Answer CC 33
Explanation The given sequence follows a pattern where each letter is followed by its corresponding double-digit number. The first letter, A, is followed by 11, the second letter, B, is followed by 22. Therefore, the next letter, C, should be followed by 33.
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8.
What is the ratio of letters to numbers in this sequence (all ratios must be reduced)II11ERAXY61728GJUAHGJTUYE12122
Correct Answer 3:2
Explanation The given sequence consists of both letters and numbers. To find the ratio of letters to numbers, we count the number of letters and the number of numbers in the sequence. After counting, we find that there are 3 letters and 2 numbers. To express this ratio in its reduced form, we divide both numbers by their greatest common divisor, which in this case is 1. Therefore, the ratio of letters to numbers in the sequence is 3:2.
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9.
How many "7's" in the following sequence 777777711177771221217171111771717777
Correct Answer 20
Explanation The given sequence consists of the digit "7" repeated multiple times. To determine the number of "7's" in the sequence, we need to count the occurrences of this digit. By carefully observing the sequence, we can see that the digit "7" appears 20 times.
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10.
How many squares?
Correct Answer 300
11.
If you fold a triangle how many right angles do you end up with (includes back)
A.
2
B.
4
C.
6
D.
3
Correct Answer B. 4
Explanation When you fold a triangle, you create three sides. Folding it in half along one of the sides will produce two right angles. Similarly, folding it in half along another side will create two more right angles. Therefore, when you fold a triangle, you end up with a total of four right angles.
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12.
Larry like sugar in his tea on mondays. Nick like sugar in his coffee on mondays and wednesdays. Jill likes sugar in her coffee on mondays. Rick drinks coffee with milk but without sugar on mondays, he also drinks tea with or without sugar on mondays. Jon drinks coffee and tea with milk and sugar on any day of the week. which day are they all happy with thier drinks
A.
Wednesday
B.
Friday
C.
Sunday
D.
Monday
E.
Thursday
Correct Answer D. Monday
Explanation On Monday, Larry is happy because he likes sugar in his tea. Nick is happy because he likes sugar in his coffee on Mondays. Jill is happy because she likes sugar in her coffee on Mondays. Rick is happy because he drinks coffee without sugar on Mondays, and he also drinks tea with or without sugar on Mondays. Jon is happy because he drinks coffee and tea with milk and sugar on any day of the week. Therefore, Monday is the day when they are all happy with their drinks.
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13.
If VW=4 which two numbers can be used for V and W to get this value other than 4,1 and 2,2
Correct Answer -2,-2 -4,-1
Explanation The given question asks for two numbers, V and W, that can be used to get a value of 4 when multiplied together. The answer choices are -2,-2 and -4,-1. By multiplying -2 and -2, the result is 4. Similarly, by multiplying -4 and -1, the result is also 4. Therefore, both -2,-2 and -4,-1 are valid choices for V and W to get a value of 4.
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14.
AZ BY CX is similar to
A.
1,10 2,9 3,8
B.
26,1 25,2 24,3
C.
1,26 2,25 3,24
D.
1,2 3,4 5,6
E.
A,1 B,2 C,3
Correct Answer C. 1,26 2,25 3,24
15.
Choose the word most similar to "succintly"
A.
Clear
B.
Brevity
C.
Aloof
D.
Concise
E.
Daunting
Correct Answer D. Concise
Explanation The word "succinctly" means to express something in a brief and concise manner. The word "concise" also means to express something in a clear and brief way. Therefore, "concise" is the most similar word to "succinctly" as it captures the essence of brevity and clarity in communication.
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16.
Race car reads the same way forwards and backwards
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer A. True
Explanation A race car is a word or phrase that remains the same when read forwards and backwards. This is known as a palindrome. Therefore, the statement "race car reads the same way forwards and backwards" is true.
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17.
Which word is most similar to "grandiloquent"
A.
Large
B.
Magnificent
C.
Magestic
D.
Wordy
E.
Strong
Correct Answer D. Wordy
Explanation The word "grandiloquent" means using extravagant, pompous, or exaggerated language. "Wordy" is the most similar word because it also refers to using excessive or unnecessary words in speech or writing. Both words describe a style of communication that is verbose or long-winded. The other options, "large," "magnificent," "majestic," and "strong," do not capture the same meaning or connotation as "grandiloquent."
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18.
Good:evil as
A.
Duck:pond
B.
Warm:cold
C.
Truth:lie
D.
Spicy:sweet
Correct Answer C. Truth:lie
Explanation The relationship between "good" and "evil" is that they are opposites or contrasting concepts. Similarly, the relationship between "truth" and "lie" is that they are also opposites or contrasting concepts. In both cases, one term represents something positive or correct, while the other represents something negative or incorrect. Therefore, the correct answer is "truth:lie" as it follows the same pattern as the given pairs.
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19.
Find the best comparison to morality:ethics
A.
Metaphysics:physics
B.
Tree:branch
C.
Metacybernetics:cybernetics
D.
Theology:philosophy
E.
Philosophy:theology
Correct Answer D. Theology:philosophy
Explanation The comparison between theology and philosophy is the best analogy to compare morality and ethics. Just like morality is a subset of ethics, theology is a subset of philosophy. Morality deals with principles of right and wrong behavior, while ethics is the philosophical study of moral values and principles. Similarly, theology is the study of religious beliefs and practices, which falls under the broader field of philosophy that examines fundamental questions about existence, knowledge, and ethics. Therefore, the analogy between theology and philosophy accurately represents the relationship between morality and ethics.
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20.
What shape has a number of sides equivalent to the square root of 100?
Correct Answer decagon
Explanation A decagon is a polygon with 10 sides. The square root of 100 is 10, which means that a shape with a number of sides equivalent to the square root of 100 would have 10 sides. Therefore, a decagon is the correct answer.
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21.
What is the ratio of "A's" to numbers in this sequenceAA115717Ba291-09';A453A3ET5RDARTADFGA87'67 (right ratio in reduced form)
Correct Answer 7:20
Explanation The given sequence contains a total of 27 characters. Out of these, there are 7 occurrences of the letter "A" and 20 occurrences of other characters. Therefore, the ratio of "A's" to numbers in this sequence is 7:20.
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22.
How many "i's in the following sequence iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii56ty-i
Correct Answer 20
Explanation The given sequence contains 20 "i's". This can be determined by counting the number of times the letter "i" appears in the sequence, regardless of the other characters present. In this case, the letter "i" appears 20 times, making it the correct answer.
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23.
Which word is closest in meaning to "relinquish?"
A.
Rectify
B.
Abandon
C.
Malevolent
D.
Haughty
E.
Abstain
Correct Answer B. Abandon
Explanation The word "relinquish" means to give up or let go of something. The closest word in meaning to "relinquish" is "abandon", which also means to give up, desert, or forsake something or someone. Therefore, "abandon" is the correct answer.
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24.
If you fold a paper in half 7 times how many squares would you end up with when you opened it?
A.
32
B.
64
C.
128
D.
256
E.
144
Correct Answer C. 128
Explanation When you fold a paper in half, you create two squares. Folding it in half again creates four squares, and so on. Each time you fold the paper, the number of squares doubles. Therefore, folding the paper in half 7 times would result in 2^7 = 128 squares when you open it.
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25.
Assume the following statement is true: blonds act immature on mondays and wednesdays, which conclusion can be drawn in sally is a blond
A.
Sally is dumb
B.
If sally's friends are blonds, they must always act immature
C.
Sally doesn't act immature on other days of the week
D.
Not enough information
E.
All blonds are mature
Correct Answer C. Sally doesn't act immature on other days of the week
Explanation Based on the assumption that blonds act immature on Mondays and Wednesdays, the conclusion that can be drawn about Sally being a blond is that she doesn't act immature on other days of the week. This conclusion is based on the fact that the statement only mentions Mondays and Wednesdays as the days when blonds act immature, implying that on the remaining days of the week, blonds do not exhibit this behavior. Therefore, it can be inferred that Sally, being a blond, doesn't act immature on other days of the week.
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26.
Which comes next 12 AA 34 BD 56 EF (seperate answer with a space)
Correct Answer 78 GH
Explanation The given sequence follows a pattern where each element consists of two characters. The first character increases by 1 alphabetically (A, B, C, etc.), and the second character increases by 2 numerically (2, 4, 6, etc.). Therefore, the next element in the sequence is 78 GH, where 78 is the next number after 56 and GH is the next alphabet after EF.
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27.
If you rearrange the word "arafic" you get the name of a(n)
A.
Country
B.
Language
C.
Continent
D.
Currency
E.
Religion
Correct Answer C. Continent
Explanation The word "arafic" can be rearranged to form the word "Africa," which is the name of a continent.
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28.
Theistic:atheistic
A.
Empty:shallow
B.
Hot:cold
C.
Full:void
D.
True:false
E.
Incorrect:correct
Correct Answer C. Full:void
Explanation The given pair "full:void" is an example of antonyms, where "full" means completely filled or containing all that is possible, while "void" means completely empty or having no legal or binding force. These words are opposite in meaning, as "full" implies abundance or completeness, whereas "void" implies emptiness or lack.
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29.
If you rearrange the word "nariby" which field of study is it most applicable to
A.
Biochemistry
B.
Ethics
C.
Philosophy
D.
Computer science
E.
Mathematics
Correct Answer D. Computer science
Explanation The word "nariby" does not have a commonly known meaning or association in any specific field of study. Therefore, it is most applicable to computer science, as computer scientists often deal with rearranging and manipulating data, including words and letters.
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30.
A decagon can be split into two identical pentagons
A.
True
B.
False
Correct Answer B. False
31.
Square can be tilted to look like a diamond ALL of the time
A.
True
B.
False
C.
Sometimes
D.
Never
E.
Often
Correct Answer A. True
Explanation A square can be tilted to look like a diamond all of the time because a diamond shape is essentially a square that has been rotated by 45 degrees. Therefore, by simply rotating the square, it can always resemble a diamond shape.
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32.
Tree:branch:twig
A.
Arm:hand:fingers
B.
Duck:goose:lake
C.
Ruler:lamp:squirrel
D.
Not enough information
Correct Answer A. Arm:hand:fingers
Explanation The relationship between "tree:branch:twig" is that a tree has branches, and branches have twigs. Similarly, the relationship between "arm:hand:fingers" is that an arm has a hand, and a hand has fingers. In both cases, the items are hierarchical and nested within each other. Therefore, "arm:hand:fingers" is the correct answer.
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33.
On a 64 square board which squares overlap the longest diagonals?
A.
The corners
B.
Center four
C.
Center six
D.
The last colums
Correct Answer B. Center four
Explanation The answer "center four" is correct because the longest diagonals on a 64 square board would be the diagonals that pass through the center of the board. Since the center four squares form a square shape themselves, they would overlap the longest diagonals. The corners would not overlap the longest diagonals as they are located at the edges of the board. The last columns would also not overlap the longest diagonals as they are not positioned in the center of the board.
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34.
How many "G's in the following sequence? GH12
A.
1
B.
4
C.
2
D.
3
Correct Answer A. 1
Explanation In the given sequence, there is only one occurrence of the letter "G", which is at the beginning of the sequence. Therefore, the correct answer is 1.
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35.
If you have a cube with a dot on the top how many sides remain dotless?
A.
6
B.
3
C.
Not enough information
D.
None of the above
Correct Answer D. None of the above
Explanation A cube has six sides, so if there is a dot on the top, only one side will remain dotless. Therefore, the correct answer is "none of the above" as none of the given options matches the correct answer.
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