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The wind is VARIABLE today.CorrectIncorrect
Two automobiles start together from the same place and travel along the same route. The first averages 40 miles per hour. The second is 55 miles per hour. How many miles further along the route is the second auto at the end of 5 hours?CorrectIncorrect
Find the total thickness of two pieces of wood that a carpenter glued together if one is 5/16 inches and the other is 7/8 inches thick?CorrectIncorrect
An average tub bath uses 8 gallons of water and an average shower uses 6 gallons. To provide baths for 60 men. How much more water will be needed if tubs are used instead of showers?CorrectIncorrect
A carpenter cut three 4ft 6in shelves from a 14ft board. How long a piece was leftover?CorrectIncorrect
A father walks 36 miles in 12 hours, while his son covers the same distance on a bicycle at twice the father’s rate of speed. At this rate how many miles would the bicycle rider travel in 9 hours?CorrectIncorrect
A bird flies 2/3 of a mile per minute. How many miles per hour is it flying?CorrectIncorrect
Out of 20 attempts, a basketball player scored 8 times. What percent of his chances did he score?CorrectIncorrect
How many 35 passenger busses will it take to carry 140 people?CorrectIncorrect
If 12 men are needed to run 4 machines. How many men are needed to run 20?CorrectIncorrect
A pole 24 feet high has a shadow 8 feet long. A nearby pole is 72 feet high. How long is its shadow?CorrectIncorrect
A man is paid $26.00 for 8 hours of work. How much should this man be paid for working 37 hours at the same time hourly rate?CorrectIncorrect
Soup ordinarily priced at 2 cans for 33 cents may be purchased in lots of one dozen for $1.74
What is the savings per can when it is purchased in this way?CorrectIncorrect
It cost a boy $13.50 to take a girl out for the evening. Sixty percent of this was for the theater tickets. What was the cost of each ticket?CorrectIncorrect
If the following series will continue in the same pattern, what is the next number in the series? 1,10,7,16..CorrectIncorrect
Mary put in a total of 16-1/2 hours babysitting during 5 days of the past week. What was her average workday?CorrectIncorrect
The duty of the lighthouse keeper is to keep the light burning no matter what happens, so that ships will be warned of the presence of dangerous rocks. If a shipwreck should occur near the lighthouse, even though he would like to aid in the rescue of its crew and passengers, the lighthouse keeper mustCorrectIncorrect
In certain areas, water is so scarce that every attempt is made to conserve it. For instance, on one oasis in the Sahara desert, the amount of water necessary for each date palm tree is carefully determined.
How much water is each tree given?CorrectIncorrect
Twenty-five percent of all household burglaries can be attributed to unlocked windows or doors. Crime is the result of opportunity plus desire.
To prevent crime, it is each individual’s responsibility toCorrectIncorrect
From a building designer’s standpoint, three things that make a home livable are the client, the building site, and the amount of money the client has to spend.
According to the passage, to make a home livable:CorrectIncorrect
A business letter has six parts instead of five. The extra part is called the inside address. It is placed just above the salutation. The other five parts are just the same as for the friendly letter.
What is the extra part of the business letter?CorrectIncorrect
Use correct spelling, punctuation, capitalization, letter form, and paragraphing, when you have finished, read your letter through and rewrite it if you are not satisfied with any part of it.
When should you rewrite your letter?CorrectIncorrect
Mineral-rich zaire is one of the world’s most important sources of uranium, it also is a source of copper, tin, diamonds (mainly industrial), gold, cobalt, and zinc. Agricultural products include palm oil and kernels, cottonseed, rubber, cotton lint, coffee, peanuts, sweet potatoes, yams, and cassava.
How many cotton products does zaire produce?CorrectIncorrect
The senate of the united states shall be composed of two senators from each state chosen by the legislature thereof, for six years, and each senator shall have one vote, immediately after they shall be divided as equally as may be into three classes. The seats of senators of the first class shall be vacated at the expiration of the fourth year, and the third class at the expiration of the sixth year, so that one-third may be chosen every second year.
The purpose of the three classes is to?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is the smallest prime number greater than 200?CorrectIncorrect
If 40% is equal to the fraction x/30. What is the value of x?CorrectIncorrect
The expression “5 factorial” equals:CorrectIncorrect
What is the result of subtracting – 3x2 – 5x +1 from 8x2 – 2x – 9?CorrectIncorrect
What is the meaning of the statement -30 < -5?CorrectIncorrect
Solve for x: 8x – 2 – 5x = 8CorrectIncorrect
A woman has $500 in a bank account. Every week she writes out a check for $50. If she doesn’t make any new deposits, what will her bank account have (x) weeks from now?CorrectIncorrect
When the temperature is 20 degrees Celsius (C), what is it on the Fahrenheit (F) scale?
Use the following formula: Degrees Fahrenheit = 9/5(C) + 32CorrectIncorrect
The perimeter of a rectangle is 38”. If the length is 3” more than the width, find the width.CorrectIncorrect
Find the square root of 85 correct to the nearest tenth.CorrectIncorrect
If 5x = 30 ,then x is equal to:CorrectIncorrect
What is the product of (a – 5) and (a + 3)CorrectIncorrect
Solve for z: 3z – 5 + 2z = 25 – 5zCorrectIncorrect