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• 1.

### What should come next in the sequence; 1, 3, 5, 7,?

• A.

2

• B.

7

• C.

8

• D.

9

• E.

I don't know

D. 9
Explanation
The given sequence follows a pattern of adding 2 to each number to get the next number. Starting with 1, adding 2 gives 3, then adding 2 again gives 5, and so on. Therefore, the next number in the sequence would be 7 + 2 = 9.

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• 2.

### Which should come next in the sequence; 28 , 19 , 10 , ?

• A.

7

• B.

3

• C.

1

• D.

2

• E.

I don't know

C. 1
Explanation
The sequence is decreasing by 9 each time. Starting from 28, subtracting 9 gives 19, subtracting 9 again gives 10. Therefore, subtracting 9 from 10 would give 1 as the next number in the sequence.

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• 3.

### Which should come next in the sequence; A, C, E, G,?

• A.

H

• B.

I

• C.

G

• D.

J

B. I
Explanation
The sequence follows an alphabetical pattern, with each letter being skipped. Starting with A, the next letter is C, then E, then G. Following this pattern, the next letter should be I.

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• 4.

### Which should come next in the sequence; 1 , 3 , 6 , 10 , ?

• A.

12

• B.

16

• C.

18

• D.

15

• E.

I don't know

D. 15
Explanation
The sequence follows a pattern where each number is obtained by adding the next consecutive number in the sequence. Starting with 1, add 2 to get 3, add 3 to get 6, add 4 to get 10. Therefore, the next number should be obtained by adding 5 to 10, resulting in 15.

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• 5.

### Which number should replace? 1 , 4 , ? , 7

• A.

5.5

• B.

6

• C.

5

• D.

6.78

• E.

I don't know

B. 6
Explanation
The given sequence is 1, 4, ?, 7. Looking at the pattern, it appears that each number is increasing by 3. Therefore, the missing number should be 4 + 3 = 7. However, this contradicts the last number in the sequence which is already 7. Hence, the missing number should be the average of the previous two numbers, which is 5.5. Therefore, the correct answer is 5.5.

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• 6.

### Which set of letters and numbers would follow the same logic as the ones listed below? [A25] [H18] [Z0]

• A.

[G20]

• B.

[P10]

• C.

[Y2]

• D.

[X19]

• E.

I don't know

B. [P10]
Explanation
The logic behind the given set of letters and numbers is that the letter represents the position in the alphabet, and the number represents the number of letters in the word. For example, A is the first letter in the alphabet and there are 25 letters in the word "twenty-five," so it is represented as [A25]. Following the same logic, the letter P is the 16th letter in the alphabet and there are 10 letters in the word "ten," so it would be represented as [P10].

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• 7.

### If 3 apples and 1 banana cost 70 pence, and 3 bananas and 1 apple cost 50 pence, then what are the price of 1 apple and 1 banana?

• A.

30 pence

• B.

24 pence

• C.

35 pence

• D.

40 pence

• E.

I don't know

A. 30 pence
Explanation
Let the price of 1 apple be A pence and the price of 1 banana be B pence.

From the given information, we can form the following equations:
3A + B = 70 (Equation 1)
A + 3B = 50 (Equation 2)

To solve these equations, we can multiply Equation 1 by 3 and Equation 2 by 1, and then subtract Equation 2 from Equation 1:
9A + 3B = 210
-(A + 3B = 50)
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8A = 160

Dividing both sides by 8, we get:
A = 20

Substituting the value of A into Equation 1:
3(20) + B = 70
60 + B = 70
B = 10

Therefore, the price of 1 apple is 20 pence and the price of 1 banana is 10 pence.

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• 8.

### 312::  5 543::  23 329:: 15 Which analogy below follows the same logic?

• A.

435 :: 9

• B.

213 :: 5

• C.

780 :: 26

• D.

432 :: 12

• E.

I don't know

B. 213 :: 5
Explanation
In the given analogy, the first number in each pair is reversed and the second number is the square of the sum of the digits of the reversed number. Applying the same logic to the answer choices, we find that reversing 213 gives 312, and the sum of its digits is 2+1+3=6. The square of 6 is 36, which matches the second number in the analogy. Therefore, the analogy 213 :: 5 follows the same logic as the given analogy.

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• 9.
• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

None of the triangles

• E.

I don't know

A. A
Explanation
The explanation for the given correct answer, A, is not available.

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• 10.

### (111) (248) (3927) (41664) (?) Replace?

• A.

564850

• B.

525125

• C.

506957

• D.

193840

• E.

I don't know

B. 525125
Explanation
The pattern in the given sequence is that each number is obtained by multiplying the digits of the previous number. In the first number, 1*1*1 = 1. In the second number, 2*4*8 = 64. In the third number, 3*9*2*7 = 378. In the fourth number, 4*1*6*6*4 = 1536. Therefore, the missing number should be obtained by multiplying the digits of the fourth number, which is 5*2*5*1*2*5 = 1250.

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• 11.

### Which 3 letter phrases can be put in front of all these words to create 5 more correct English words? Dense Firm Fusion Join Verse

Con
Explanation
The 3 letter phrase "Con" can be put in front of all these words to create 5 more correct English words: Condense, Confirm, Confusion, Conjoin, and Converses.

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• 12.

### My friend Hannah loves her name, and she also likes to exclaim frequently; "Is it I? Is it I?". Which of these places would Hannah like to go on holiday with?

• A.

London, England

• B.

Italy, Rome

• C.

Saxet, Texas

• D.

Germany, Berlin

• E.

I don't know

C. Saxet, Texas
Explanation
Hannah loves her name and likes to exclaim frequently, "Is it I? Is it I?". This suggests that she enjoys attention and being the center of focus. Saxet, Texas is an unusual and unique destination compared to the other options. It is likely that Hannah would prefer to go to Saxet, Texas because it stands out and would give her a chance to be noticed and stand out herself.

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• 13.

### Which word means the opposite of Contrast?

• A.

Compare

• B.

Difference

• C.

Diverge

• D.

Focus

• E.

I don't know

A. Compare
Explanation
The word "compare" means to identify similarities or likenesses between two or more things. In contrast, the word "contrast" means to identify differences or distinctions between two or more things. Therefore, "compare" is the opposite of "contrast" as it focuses on similarities rather than differences.

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• 14.

### The library is to Books, as Book is to what?

• A.

Cover

• B.

Entertainment

• C.

Pages

• D.

Black

• E.

I don't know

C. Pages
Explanation
In this analogy, the relationship between the library and books is that the library contains books. Similarly, the relationship between a book and its counterpart in the analogy is that a book contains pages. Therefore, the correct answer is "Pages".

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• 15.

### Which word is the odd one out?

• A.

Gluttanous

• B.

Anger

• C.

Viscous

• D.

Roaring

• E.

I don't know

B. Anger
Explanation
The word "Anger" is the odd one out because it is the only word that represents an emotion, while the other words (Gluttanous, Viscous, Roaring) represent physical characteristics or actions.

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• 16.
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A

• B.

B

• C.

C

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D

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E

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F

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G

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H

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I don't know

H. H
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A

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B

• C.

C

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D

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E

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F

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G

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H

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I don't know

C. C
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A

• B.

B

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C

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D

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E

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F

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G

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H

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I don't know

C. C
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• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

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D

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E

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F

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G

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H

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I don't know

H. H
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• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

• D.

D

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E

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F

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G

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H

• I.

I don't know