1.
From the words below select the 2 that are the most in opposite meaning..
Correct Answer(s)
A. Full
E. Empty
Explanation
The words "full" and "empty" are the most opposite in meaning. "Full" means something that is completely filled or containing all that it can, while "empty" means something that has nothing inside or is completely devoid of contents.
2.
One word has three letters missing. These missing letters make a new word without re- arrangement. Select this new word of three letters from the choices below
They went to the seaside for their HOAYS
Correct Answer
C. Lid
Explanation
The word is HOLIDAYS so LID are missing....
3.
Select two words that are different from the rest.
Correct Answer(s)
B. Glass
E. Pen
Explanation
The words "glass" and "pen" are different from the rest because they are objects, while the other words are colors.
4.
Which number is closest to zero?
Correct Answer
A. 0.073
Explanation
The number 0.073 is the closest to zero because it has the smallest absolute value compared to the other given numbers.
5.
What is 0.4 as a fraction?
Correct Answer
C. 4/10
Explanation
The correct answer is 4/10 because 0.4 can be written as a fraction by placing the decimal number 4 in the numerator and the place value of the decimal, which is 10, in the denominator. Simplifying the fraction gives us 4/10.
6.
Batteries cost 89p each – how much will 7 batteries cost?
Correct Answer
D. Â£6.23
Explanation
To find the cost of 7 batteries, we can multiply the cost of one battery by 7. Since each battery costs 89p, multiplying 89p by 7 gives us Â£6.23. Therefore, the cost of 7 batteries is Â£6.23.
7.
In this question, you must find the missing number shown by*
7 9 * 13 15
Pick the missing numbers from the ones below...
Correct Answer
C. 11
Explanation
The missing number can be found by observing the pattern in the given sequence. The sequence alternates between adding 2 and subtracting 2. Starting from 7, we add 2 to get 9, subtract 2 to get *, add 2 to get 13, and subtract 2 to get 15. Therefore, the missing number is 11, as it follows the pattern of subtracting 2 from the previous number.
8.
Find the best group for a word.
The words in each of the groups A to E are alike in some way, but different from the words in the other groups.
Which group does 'view' belong to?
Group A = save release deliver Group B = look notice see Group C = wither wane shrink
Group D = scream whine shriek Group E = tempt allure captivate
Correct Answer
B. Group B
Explanation
The word 'view' belongs to Group B because all the words in Group B (look, notice, see) are synonyms related to the act of seeing or observing.
9.
David bought 6 cards which were all the same price.
He was given 58p change from one pound.
How much did each card cost?
Correct Answer
C. 7
Explanation
If David bought 6 cards and received 58p change from one pound, it means he spent 100p - 58p = 42p on the cards. To find the cost of each card, we divide the total amount spent (42p) by the number of cards (6). Therefore, each card costs 42p / 6 = 7p.
10.
What is 80% of 50?
Correct Answer
D. 40
Explanation
To find 80% of 50, we multiply 50 by 0.8. This can be calculated as 50 x 0.8 = 40. Therefore, 40 is 80% of 50.
11.
300 children go on a school trip to Blackpool. 1/5 of them fall into the water. How many children is this?
Correct Answer
B. 60
Explanation
The question states that 1/5 of the 300 children fell into the water. To find out how many children this is, we can calculate 1/5 of 300. Multiplying 300 by 1/5 gives us 60, which means that 60 children fell into the water.
12.
There are 36 pupils visiting a museum.
1/6 go to the top floor, 1/3 go to the middle floor, and the rest go to the ground floor.
How many go to the ground floor?
Correct Answer
A. 18
Explanation
Since 1/6 of the pupils go to the top floor and 1/3 go to the middle floor, the remaining fraction of pupils must go to the ground floor. To find out how many pupils go to the ground floor, we need to subtract the fractions that go to the top and middle floors from 1.
1 - 1/6 - 1/3 = 6/6 - 1/6 - 2/6 = 3/6 = 1/2
So, half of the pupils go to the ground floor. Since there are 36 pupils in total, half of them would be 18. Therefore, 18 pupils go to the ground floor.
13.
What is the number below in figures?
three million, fifty-six thousand, seven hundred and seventy
Correct Answer
C. 3,056,770
Explanation
The number "three million, fifty-six thousand, seven hundred and seventy" can be written as 3,056,770.
14.
A book at Manchester Airport costs $9 and the price in pounds is £4.
How much would a book which cost £8 cost in dollars?
Correct Answer
D. $18
Explanation
The book at Manchester Airport costs $9 and the price in pounds is Â£4. So, the exchange rate is $9/Â£4. To find the cost of a book priced at Â£8 in dollars, we can multiply Â£8 by the exchange rate. Â£8 * ($9/Â£4) = $18. Therefore, a book that costs Â£8 would cost $18 in dollars.
15.
There are 760 tadpoles in a pond. 169 have legs and the rest have tails. How many have tails?
Correct Answer
C. 591
Explanation
The total number of tadpoles in the pond is 760. Out of these, 169 have legs. To find out how many have tails, we subtract the number of tadpoles with legs from the total number of tadpoles: 760 - 169 = 591. Therefore, 591 tadpoles have tails.
16.
Shannon doubles her cousin's age and then adds 5. The result is 17.
How old is her cousin?
Correct Answer
A. 6
Explanation
If Shannon doubles her cousin's age and adds 5 to the result to get 17, we can set up the equation 2x + 5 = 17, where x represents her cousin's age. By solving this equation, we can find that her cousin's age is 6.
17.
Which of the following numbers is a multiple of 3 and also a multiple of 9?
Correct Answer
B. 27
Explanation
27 is the correct answer because it is divisible by both 3 and 9. When a number is a multiple of 9, it is also a multiple of 3 because 9 is a multiple of 3. Therefore, any number that is divisible by 9 will also be divisible by 3. In this case, 27 is divisible by both 3 and 9, making it the only number in the given options that satisfies the condition.
18.
Four small cakes and three large cakes have a total weight of 690 grammes.
If a large cake weighs 150 grammes how much would 5 small and 2 large cakes weigh?
Correct Answer
D. 600 grammes
Explanation
If four small cakes and three large cakes have a total weight of 690 grams, we can determine the weight of one small cake by subtracting the weight of three large cakes (3 x 150 grams) from the total weight. This gives us 690 grams - 450 grams = 240 grams for four small cakes.
To find the weight of five small cakes and two large cakes, we add the weight of five small cakes (5 x 240 grams) and the weight of two large cakes (2 x 150 grams). This gives us 1200 grams + 300 grams = 1500 grams.
Since the answer options do not include 1500 grams, we can conclude that the correct answer is 600 grams, which is the closest option to 1500 grams.
19.
Read this passage:
It was already candle-light when we reached the hamlet, and I shall never forget how much I cheered to see the yellow shine in doors and windows.
What does the word 'hamlet' mean? and what is meant by the phrase 'It was already candle-light' ?
Correct Answer(s)
B. A small collection of houses
F. Night time was approaching
Explanation
The word 'hamlet' refers to a small collection of houses, indicating that the narrator and the person they are with have arrived at a small village or settlement. The phrase 'It was already candle-light' suggests that night time was approaching, as candle-light is typically used in the evening or at night. This indicates that the arrival at the hamlet happened in the evening or at dusk.
20.
Which of the words below is either the same as OR opposite to the word 'CHANGE'?
Correct Answer
C. Alter
Explanation
The word "alter" is either the same as or opposite to the word "change" because both words imply making a modification or adjustment to something. "Alter" can be seen as a synonym for "change" as it denotes a similar action of making a difference. On the other hand, "alter" can also be considered as the opposite of "change" because it suggests a more specific and deliberate adjustment rather than a general transformation.
21.
Which of the words below is either the same as OR opposite to the word 'NEVER'?
Correct Answer
D. Always
Explanation
The word "always" is the correct answer because it is the opposite of "never". "Never" means not at any time, while "always" means at all times or on every occasion. Therefore, "always" is the word that is opposite to "never" in meaning.
22.
Which of the words below is either the same as OR opposite to the word 'HARD'?
Correct Answer
C. Soft
Explanation
The word "soft" is the opposite of the word "hard."
23.
Which of the shapes a,b,c,d,e is next in the sequence?
Correct Answer
D. D
24.
Which of the shapes a,b,c,d,e is next in
the sequence?
Correct Answer
B. B
25.
Which of the shapes a,b,c,d,e is next in
the sequence?
Correct Answer
E. E
26.
Which of the shapes a,b,c,d,e is next in
the sequence?
Correct Answer
C. C