1.
The pie charts above show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents in the Arts faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the Arts faculty. Use this information to answer the following questions.
How many students are here in the engineering faculty?
Correct Answer
E. 410
2.
The pie charts above show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents in the Arts faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the Arts faculty. Use this information to answer the following questions.
What percentage of students in the Arts faculty, are non-US students?
Correct Answer
D. 11%
3.
The pie charts above show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents in the Arts faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the Arts faculty. Use this information to answer the following questions.
How many students are there in the university?
Correct Answer
B. 4560
Explanation
The pie charts provide information about the percentage of students in each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents in the Arts faculty. We are given that there are 1049 students in the Arts faculty. To find the total number of students in the university, we can calculate the sum of the number of students in each faculty. The percentage of students in the Arts faculty is not provided, so we cannot determine the exact number of students in the university. Therefore, the correct answer cannot be determined based on the given information.
4.
The pie charts above show the percentage of students at each faculty at York University and the number of non-US residents in the Arts faculty. These percentages have been rounded to the nearest whole number. There are a total of 1049 students in the Arts faculty. Use this information to answer the following questions.
If six percent of science students are Asians, how many Asian students are studying science?
Correct Answer
D. 57
Explanation
Since the pie chart shows the percentage of students in each faculty, we can calculate the number of science students by multiplying the percentage by the total number of students in the faculty. Given that there are 1049 students in the Arts faculty, we can calculate the number of science students as follows: 6% of 1049 = 0.06 * 1049 = 62.94. Since the number of students must be a whole number, we round down to the nearest whole number, which is 62. Therefore, the correct answer is 62, not 57.
5.
A train traveling at 60mph enters a terminal that is 5 miles long. The train is one mile long. How many minutes does it take for the train to pass the tunnel?
Correct Answer
E. 6
Explanation
The train is traveling at a speed of 60mph, which means it covers a distance of 60 miles in one hour. Since the train is one mile long, it will take 1 minute for the entire train to pass a stationary point. However, in this case, the train is passing through a tunnel that is 5 miles long. Therefore, it will take an additional 5 minutes for the train to completely pass through the tunnel. Hence, the total time it takes for the train to pass the tunnel is 1 minute (for the train length) + 5 minutes (for the tunnel length) = 6 minutes.
6.
The product of two positive numbers is p. If each of the numbers is increased by 2, the new product is how much greater than twice the sum of the two original numbers?
Correct Answer
D. P+4
Explanation
When each of the numbers is increased by 2, the new product can be calculated by multiplying (p+2) with (p+2). This simplifies to p^2 + 4p + 4. Twice the sum of the two original numbers is 2p. The difference between the new product and twice the sum of the two original numbers is (p^2 + 4p + 4) - 2p = p^2 + 2p + 4. Therefore, the new product is p+4 greater than twice the sum of the two original numbers.
7.
Which of the following can be used to illustrate that not all prime numbers are odd?
Correct Answer
B. 2
Explanation
The number 2 can be used to illustrate that not all prime numbers are odd because it is the only even prime number. Prime numbers are defined as numbers greater than 1 that are only divisible by 1 and themselves. While most prime numbers are odd, 2 is an exception to this rule as it is divisible by 1 and 2, making it the only even prime number.
8.
W is greater than 1
Quantity A
Quantity B
7w – 4
2w+5
Correct Answer
D. The information cannot be determined from the information given
Explanation
The given information states that "W is greater than 1." However, this is the only information provided, and we do not have any specific values for W. Without knowing the exact value of W, we cannot determine the relationship between the two quantities. Therefore, the information provided is not sufficient to determine whether Quantity A is greater, Quantity B is greater, or if the two quantities are equal.
9.
Correct Answer
B. 15x
Explanation
The given sequence is a list of multiples of x. Starting with 12x, each subsequent number is obtained by multiplying the previous number by a factor of x. Therefore, the next number in the sequence would be 15x, obtained by multiplying 12x by a factor of 5/4.
10.
Quantity A
Quantity B
x
y
Correct Answer
B. Quantity B is greater.
11.
Before his marriage, the Duke had led an austere existence and now regarded the affectionate, somewhat behavior of his young wife as simply puerile.
Correct Answer
B. Frivolous
Explanation
The correct answer is "Frivolous." The sentence states that the Duke had led an austere existence before his marriage, implying that he was serious and restrained. However, he now views the affectionate behavior of his young wife as puerile, which means childish or trivial. This suggests that he sees her behavior as frivolous, lacking in seriousness or importance.
12.
Wilson contends that human beings inherit a tendency to feel an affinity and awe for other living things, in the same way that we are _ ___ to be inquisitive or to protect our young at all costs.
Correct Answer
A. Predisposed
Explanation
The given correct answer is "Predisposed". The word "predisposed" means having a tendency or inclination towards something. In the context of the sentence, it suggests that human beings have a natural inclination or tendency to feel an affinity and awe for other living things. This is compared to other innate behaviors like being inquisitive or protecting our young. Therefore, "predisposed" is the most suitable word to complete the sentence and convey the intended meaning.
13.
The pond was a place of reek and corruption, of ____ smells and of oxygen-starved fish breathing through laboring gills.
Correct Answer
E. Fetid
Explanation
The correct answer is "Fetid" because it accurately describes the unpleasant and foul smells associated with the pond. The sentence indicates that the pond is a place of reek and corruption, suggesting that it emits strong and offensive odors. "Fetid" means having an extremely unpleasant or offensive smell, making it the most suitable choice to complete the sentence.
14.
There may be a threshold below which blood pressure reductions become ________ given that a long-running study showed no decreased heart risk for drops in blood pressure below a certain point.
Correct Answer
D. Superflous
Explanation
The correct answer is "superflous". This means that blood pressure reductions below a certain point may not have any additional benefit or significance in terms of decreasing heart risk. The long-running study mentioned in the question showed that there was no decreased heart risk associated with drops in blood pressure below a certain threshold. Therefore, any further reductions in blood pressure beyond that point would be considered unnecessary or superfluous.
15.
It would have been disingenuous of the candidate to appear ________ when her opponent won the election, but she congratulated the victor nonetheless.
Correct Answer
C. Ecstatic
Explanation
The candidate would have been disingenuous if she appeared indifferent, crestfallen, or disgruntled when her opponent won the election. However, by congratulating the victor, she showed that she was gracious.
16.
Amusingly enough, lawyers sometimes drive their sports cars in the same fashion that they construct their cases: a lawyer noted for the of his argument, for example, may also be known for the circuitousness of his routes.
Correct Answer
E. Indirectness
Explanation
The answer "Indirectness" is the correct choice because the sentence states that lawyers drive their sports cars in the same fashion that they construct their cases. It implies that just as lawyers may take circuitous routes while constructing their arguments, they also drive their cars in a similarly indirect manner. This suggests that the lawyer's driving style is not straightforward or direct, but rather characterized by indirectness.
17.
It is remarkable that a man so in the public eye, so highly praised and imitated, can retain his .
Correct Answer
D. Idiosyncrasies
Explanation
The correct answer is "Idiosyncrasies". The sentence suggests that the person being described is well-known and admired by the public, but despite this, he is able to maintain his unique and peculiar characteristics or behaviors. "Idiosyncrasies" refers to individual quirks or eccentricities that make someone distinct from others.
18.
Until recently, athletes’ who had received remuneration for any activity that has a link to their athletic prowess are barred from the Olympics.
Correct Answer
D. Linked to their athletic prowess were
Explanation
The correct answer is "Linked to their athletic prowess were." This is the correct form of the verb "to be" in the past tense to agree with the subject "activities." The sentence is stating that activities that had a connection to athletes' athletic abilities were prohibited from the Olympics.
19.
No less remarkable than the invention of nuclear power has been the way the technology has prompted governments to reevaluate the nature of international relations.
Correct Answer
A. No less remarkable than the invention of nuclear power
Explanation
The phrase "no less remarkable than" is used to compare the level of remarkableness between two things. In this case, it is comparing the invention of nuclear power to something else that is also remarkable. The given sentence suggests that the way the technology of nuclear power has prompted governments to reevaluate the nature of international relations is equally remarkable to the invention itself.
20.
Unlike the recognition of ethical lapses in others, many people are disinclined to perceive the same flaws in themselves.
Correct Answer
C. Many people, willing to recognize ethical lapses in others, are disinclined to perceive the same flaws in themselves.
Explanation
This answer accurately reflects the statement that many people are more likely to recognize ethical lapses in others but are less inclined to perceive the same flaws in themselves. It maintains the same structure and meaning as the original statement, making it the correct answer.
21.
Which figure is the odd one out?
Correct Answer
D. D
Explanation
The figure D is the odd one out because it is the only figure that is not symmetrical. Figures A, B, C, and E all have a line of symmetry, whereas figure D does not.
22.
Which figure is the odd one out?
Correct Answer
A. A
Explanation
The figure A is the odd one out because it is the only figure that does not have any diagonal lines. Figures B, C, D, and E all have diagonal lines present in them.
23.
Which figure is the odd one out?
Correct Answer
E. E
24.
Which word does not belong with the others?
Correct Answer
A. Book
Explanation
The word "Book" does not belong with the others because it is the only word that is a general term for a written or printed work, whereas the other words are specific sections or parts of a book. "Index," "Glossary," "Chapter," and "Synopsis" are all components or divisions within a book that serve specific purposes, while "Book" refers to the entire publication itself.
25.
Guide is to direct as reduce is to:
Correct Answer
A. Decrease
Explanation
The relationship between "guide" and "direct" is that a guide provides direction. Similarly, the relationship between "reduce" and "decrease" is that reducing something leads to a decrease in its quantity or intensity. Therefore, "decrease" is the correct answer as it aligns with the given analogy.
26.
There are 250 people lined up outside a mall. Bill is the 25^{th} person from the front and Jane is the 125^{th} person from the front.
Quantity A
Quantity B
The number of people between Bill and Jane
100
Correct Answer
B. Quantity B is greater
Explanation
Since Bill is the 25th person from the front and Jane is the 125th person from the front, there are 100 people between Bill and Jane. Therefore, Quantity B (100) is greater than Quantity A (the number of people between Bill and Jane).
27.
PEDAL : BICYCLE
Correct Answer
E. Oar : canoe
Explanation
The relationship between "oar" and "canoe" is that an oar is a tool used to propel a canoe. Similarly, a pedal is a tool used to propel a bicycle. In each pair, the first word is a component or tool that is used in conjunction with the second word to perform a specific action or function.
28.
At the end of a banquet, 10 people shake hands with each other. How many handshakes will there be in total?
Correct Answer
C. 45
Explanation
In this scenario, each person shakes hands with every other person once. To calculate the total number of handshakes, we can use the formula n(n-1)/2, where n is the number of people. In this case, there are 10 people, so the calculation would be 10(10-1)/2 = 45. Therefore, there will be a total of 45 handshakes.
29.
The Sportsperson who presented Pakistan at Sochi Winter Olympics is
Correct Answer
B. Muhammad Karim
Explanation
Muhammad Karim is the correct answer because he represented Pakistan at the Sochi Winter Olympics. The other options, Samina Baig, Aqeel Khan, Shahid Afridi, and Moin Khan, are not known for their participation in the Winter Olympics.
30.
Which of the following country has not had a female head of state?
Correct Answer
E. United States
Explanation
The correct answer is United States. This is because the United States has never had a female head of state, whereas countries like Britain, Israel, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have all had female leaders in the past.