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- 1.John is 18 today and his dad is twice his age. When John is 27, how old will his dad be then?
- A.
33 years old

- B.
36 years old

- C.
45 years old

- D.
54 years old

- 2.It takes 49 minutes to heat water to 350 degrees. If the water heats evenly over time, how many minutes will it take for the water to reach 200 degrees?
- A.
28 minutes

- B.
27 minutes

- C.
26 minutes

- D.
25 minutes

- 3.What number does NOT FIT within the pattern of the numbers: 2, 4, 3, 6, 5, 12, 10, 9
- A.
10

- B.
12

- C.
6

- D.
2

- 4.It takes a car 1/4 a second to travel 30 meters. How far can he travel in 2 seconds?
- A.
30 meters

- B.
60 meters

- C.
120 meters

- D.
240 meters

- 5.There are triple the apples as oranges in a basket. Also in the basket are 1/2 as many lemons than oranges. There are 45 pieces of fruit. How many oranges are there?
- A.
10 oranges

- B.
9 oranges

- C.
8 oranges

- D.
None of the above

- 6.There are twice as many pencils as rocks and three times as many rocks as marbles. There is 1 marble. How many pencils are there?
- A.
8 pencils

- B.
6 pencils

- C.
4 pencils

- D.
2 pencils

- 7.A bag of marbles holds 8 marbles. John loses 3 bags of marbles. He has 64 marbles now. How many marbles did John have before he lost the 3 bags of marbles?
- A.
40

- B.
67

- C.
80

- D.
None are correct

- 8.What number does NOT FIT within the pattern of the numbers: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13
- A.
3

- B.
6

- C.
9

- D.
12

- 9.Which ONE is least likely to belong to the group: Brain, Bones, Processing Chip, Calculator
- A.
Brain

- B.
Processing Chip

- C.
Bones

- D.
Calculator

- 10.Which of A, B, C or D has 2 numbers when summed equal the 3rd number?
- A.
6, 8, 14

- B.
4, 8, 11

- C.
5, 7, 13

- D.
4, 8, 14

- 11.Which is next in the series: 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, ___?
- A.
20

- B.
25

- C.
30

- D.
None are correct

- 12.John has 2 apples, 4 oranges, 1 lemon and 3 papayas. If Which is true?
- A.
John has double the apples than the oranges

- B.
John has double the lemons than he has apples

- C.
John has tripple the papayas than he has lemon

- D.
John has quadruple the oranges than he has papayas

- 13.John has to carry 17 heavy bags and can carry only 2 bags on each trip to the car. What is the
__least__number of trips John will make to his car to get__all__of the bags in his car?- A.
17 trips

- B.
10 trips

- C.
9 trips

- D.
6 trips

- 14.A school is going to give a timed test to students with 15 minutes to complete 9 items. If the school wants to make the test 12 items instead, how much time should be given to keep the same proportion of minutes to items?
- A.
15 minutes

- B.
20 minutes

- C.
22 minutes

- D.
25 minutes

- 15.John trades 2 pencils for 22 buttons. If John has 6 more pencils, how many buttons will he have in total if he trades all of his pencils for buttons?
- A.
44 buttons

- B.
66 buttons

- C.
88 buttons

- D.
110 buttons

- 16.There are triple the apples as oranges in a basket. Also in the basket are 1/2 as many lemons than oranges. There are 45 pieces of fruit. How many oranges are there?
- A.
5 oranges

- B.
7 oranges

- C.
8 oranges

- D.
10 oranges

- 17.Which of A, B, C or D has 3 numbers which add up to 1/2 of the sum of all 5 of the numbers?
- A.
2, 5, 7, 13, 31

- B.
2, 4, 6, 10, 20

- C.
2, 3, 7, 18, 20

- D.
None

- 18.What number does NOT FIT within the pattern of the numbers: 48, 24, 36, 18, 32, 27, 13.5, 20.25
- A.
32

- B.
18

- C.
13.5

- D.
None

- 19.John has one bag of marbles and one bag of rocks. A bag of marbles has 4 marbles. A bag of rocks has 8 rocks. How many more bags of marbles are needed until John's marbles double his number of rocks if his number of rocks remains 8?
- A.
1 more bag of marbles are needed

- B.
2 more bags of marbles are needed

- C.
3 more bags of marbles are needed

- D.
4 more bags of marbles are needed

- 20.What is 67x3+234?
- A.
389

- B.
512

- C.
396

- D.
435

- E.
426

- 21.What is the missing number: 45/9 = 12-?
- A.
5

- B.
6

- C.
7

- D.
8

- 22.What is not part of this group: Apples, bananas, tomatoes, onions
- A.
Apples

- B.
Bananas

- C.
Tomatoes

- D.
Onions

- 23.Complete the following pairs: North-......., Up-........., East-........., Back-........
- A.
East, Under, North, Behind

- B.
Down, East, Above, West

- C.
North, Behind, South, Below

- D.
South, Down, West, Front

- 24.4 cats, 6 people, and 3 dogs have how many legs?
- A.
36

- B.
40

- C.
42

- D.
46

- 25.One of the following proverbs is closest in meaning to the saying, "Birds of a feather, flock together." Choose one:
- A.
"One swallow doesn't make a summer."

- B.
"A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush."

- C.
"A man is known by the company he keeps."

- D.
"Don't judge a book by its cover."

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