30 Questions

Questions and Answers

- 1.Choose the image that completes the pattern:
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 2.Choose the image that completes the pattern:
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 3.Choose related image:
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 4.Choose related image:
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 5.Choose related image:
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 6.A student works in a factory during the holidays. He earns 10MYR an hour. He works 8 hours a day, 5 days a week. How much money has he earned at the end of 4 weeks of work?
- A.
800MYR

- B.
1,200MYR

- C.
1,600MYR

- D.
2,000MYR

- 7.A working day is 8 hours long and a working week is five days long. A woman receives a wage of 25MYR per hour. If she works for longer than 8 hours per day she receives 30MYR for each extra hour she works. In 4 weeks, she earns 4,600MYR. How many hours did she work altogether in those four weeks?
- A.
195

- B.
180

- C.
175

- D.
160

- 8.Corinna has a photo which is 9 cm wide and 6 cm high. She would like to enlarge it to a width of 15 cm. The ratio of width to height has to remain the same. How high will the photo be?
- A.
11 cm

- B.
10 cm

- C.
9 cm

- D.
8 cm

- 9.
- A.
X + a – b

- B.
2(a + b) – 2x

- C.
Ab – 2x

- D.
2x – (a + b)

- 10.If a child can run 10 meters while a car travels 30 meters, how many meters can the child run while the car travels 66 meters?
- A.
12

- B.
15

- C.
22

- D.
25

- 11.A team of clothing workers had an output of 1,000 uniforms per week. This output was increased by 20%, which demanded an increase of 50 uniforms per worker. How many workers are there on the team?
- A.
4

- B.
15

- C.
20

- D.
24

- 12.A bottle X is filled entirely with orange juice. It contains 1 L of orange juice. Maria pours orange juice from this bottle X into two empty bottles Y and Z. Bottle Y is half as big as bottle X (in terms of volume). After the filling operation, bottle X still contains 0.6 L of orange juice; bottle Y is 1/5 full of orange juice; and bottle Z is half-full of orange juice. Maria fills bottle Z with water until the bottle is full. How much liquid does bottle Z contain?
- A.
0.1 L

- B.
0.3 L

- C.
0.4 L

- D.
0.6 L

- 13.Pear : fruit = ______ : ______
- A.
Motor – motorcycle

- B.
Hammer – tool

- C.
Grass – cow

- D.
Animal – elephant

- 14.To cut : ______ = ______ : ball
- A.
Sharp – round

- B.
Bread – football

- C.
Knife – to play

- D.
Blood – to throw

- 15.Thick : thin = ______ : ______
- A.
Tired – sleepy

- B.
Sad – happy

- C.
Warm – hot

- D.
Hungry – thirsty

- 16.Diversity : ______ = ______ : action
- A.
Uniformity – success

- B.
Distance – passiveness

- C.
Variety – deed

- D.
Uniformity – measure

- 17.Intentional : ______ = coincidental : ______
- A.
Purposeful – unplanned

- B.
Unintentional – unplanned

- C.
Planned – chaotic

- D.
Orderly – disorderly

- 18.A business consulting company has three rooms, A, B, and C, available for meetings. Room A is the smallest and seats a maximum of 4 people. Room B seats 10 people. Room C is the largest and seats 30 people. The flow chart shows how a choice is made between the three rooms. “NP” = number of people. Which of the following two statements is or are correct?
- If customers are taking part in the meeting, then Room B is always chosen
- If no customers are taking part in the meeting, then the smallest room with enough space for the participants is always chosen.

- A.
Only statement 1 is correct.

- B.
Only statement 2 is correct.

- C.
Both statements are correct.

- D.
Neither of the two statements is correct.

- 19.
- A.
Only statement 1 is correct.

- B.
Only statement 2 is correct.

- C.
Both statements are correct.

- D.
Neither of the two statements is correct

- 20.As the number of defects increases, the price per carton:
- A.
Increases

- B.
Decreases

- C.
Does not change

- D.
There is not enough information to answer the question.

- 21.If a customer has a budget of $2,000 and needs 1,000 cartons, what is the highest quality product available?
- A.
Grade AA

- B.
Grade B

- C.
Grade D

- D.
Grade X

- 22.Bakri’s age plus Linda’s age is 27; and Bakri’s age plus Hamiz’s age is 38; and Linda’s age plus Hamiz’s age is 33. Therefore, how old is Bakri?
- A.
22

- B.
15

- C.
16

- D.
11

- 23.What is the value of x?
- A.
85

- B.
90

- C.
55

- D.
35

- 24.January February April July November April ? What comes next?
- A.
October

- B.
August

- C.
December

- D.
March

- 25.How many cases do you need if you have to pack 112 pairs of shoes into cases that each hold 28 shoes?
- A.
7

- B.
9

- C.
6

- D.
8

- 26.If 4 apples and 6 bananas cost MYR15.60 and 9 apples and 7 bananas cost MYR26.00, what is the cost of one apple and one banana?
- A.
1 apple costs MYR1.70 and 1 banana costs MYR1.40.

- B.
1 apple costs MYR1.80 and 1 banana costs MYR1.40.

- C.
1 apple costs MYR1.70 and 1 banana costs MYR1.30.

- D.
1 apple costs MYR1.80 and 1 banana costs MYR1.50.

- 27.A large volume of water is gushing through a pipe which narrows at the outlet. At which point, A, B, C or D will the water flow fastest?
- A.
A

- B.
B

- C.
C

- D.
D

- 28.Which three symbols are missing?
- A.
Option 1

- B.
Option 2

- C.
Option 3

- D.
Option 4

- 29.The time is 14 minutes to the hour on a clock in which the numbers on the face are shown in Roman numerals. Arrange the numerals below in the order in which they appear from the minute hand reading anti-clockwise. III XI VII IX IV
- A.
XI VII IX IV III

- B.
III XI VII IX IV

- C.
VII IX IV III XI

- D.
IX VII IV III XI

- 30.Three coins are tossed in the air at the same time. What are the chances that at least two of the coins will finish tails up?
- A.
10/20 chance

- B.
80/20 chance

- C.
33.33/66.66 chance

- D.
50/50 chance