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Question 1 of 52
1. Question
A sink measures 2 feet wide, 4 feet long, and 5 feet deep; if water comes out of the sink at 5 feet^{3} per minute; how many minutes will it take to fill up?
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Question 2 of 52
2. Question
Steve buys three puppies at the pet shop for a total cost of $72. Two of the puppies are on sale for $9 apiece. How much does the third puppy cost?
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Question 3 of 52
3. Question
If Rita can run around the block 4 times in 15 minutes, how many times can she run around the block in one hour?
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Question 4 of 52
4. Question
Of the 5,300 videos available for rent at a certain video store, 2,300 are comedies. What percent of the videos are comedies?
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Question 5 of 52
5. Question
Kelly arrived at work at 7:14 AM, and Tony arrived at 9:12 AM. How long had Kelly been at work when Tony got there?
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Question 6 of 52
6. Question
How many nickels are there in $12?
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Question 7 of 52
7. Question
Emma borrowed 4,000 from the bank for two years at a simple interest of 7%; how much money will she owe the bank after the two years?
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Question 8 of 52
8. Question
Tom had five exams, he scored 90, 70,90, 80, 70 in the exams; what was his average score?
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Question 9 of 52
9. Question
Tom breaks his piggy bank, he has two twentydollar bills, seven pennies, 6 dimes, 7 quarters, and 8 nickels; how much money does he have in total?
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Question 10 of 52
10. Question
Bill has $700 he spends 3/5 of the money on bills; how much money did he spend on bills?
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Question 11 of 52
11. Question
A television set priced at $800 was reduced 30% during a weekend sale. In addition, there was a 20% discount for paying cash. What was the cash price of the television set during the sale?
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Question 12 of 52
12. Question
A tree measures 3.9 feet, its shadow measures 11 feet. If there is a nearby building that has a shadow of 44 feet, how tall is the building?
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Question 13 of 52
13. Question
Two planes leave the same airport traveling in the same direction. One is flying at the rate of 225 miles per hour, the other at 275 miles per hour. How many more miles has the faster plane traveled in 2.8 hours?
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Question 14 of 52
14. Question
A triangle has a base of 8 ft and a height of 20 ft; how much is the area of the triangle in square feet?
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Question 15 of 52
15. Question
A shirt costs $30, its price is increased 40%. How much is the price increase?
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Question 16 of 52
16. Question
If there are 18 black balls, 12 red balls, and 10 blue balls in a bag; what is the probability of selecting a black ball from the bag?
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Question 17 of 52
17. Question
Prohibition most nearly means
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Question 18 of 52
18. Question
Scale most nearly means
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Question 19 of 52
19. Question
Rhythm most nearly means
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Question 20 of 52
20. Question
Prompt most nearly means
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Question 21 of 52
21. Question
Heed most nearly means
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Question 22 of 52
22. Question
Creed most nearly means
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Question 23 of 52
23. Question
Flexible most nearly means
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Question 24 of 52
24. Question
Construe most nearly means
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Question 25 of 52
25. Question
When he began singing, even the old people awakened.
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Question 26 of 52
26. Question
Malevolent most nearly means
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Question 27 of 52
27. Question
Pure most nearly means
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Question 28 of 52
28. Question
Break most nearly means
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Question 29 of 52
29. Question
Filch most neat means
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Question 30 of 52
30. Question
Products most nearly means
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Question 31 of 52
31. Question
Primitive most nearly means
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Question 32 of 52
32. Question
Disaster most nearly means
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Question 33 of 52
33. Question
Which is a prime number?
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Question 34 of 52
34. Question
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Question 35 of 52
35. Question
What is the approximate area of the circle with a radius of 8?
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Question 36 of 52
36. Question
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Question 37 of 52
37. Question
What is the perimeter of a square with one side measuring 2.5 feet?
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Question 38 of 52
38. Question
The product of 7 and 3 is?
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Question 39 of 52
39. Question
Find the fifth term the following pattern:
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Question 40 of 52
40. Question
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Question 41 of 52
41. Question
What is the volume of a box measuring8 inches long by 4.5inches deep by10inches high?
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Question 42 of 52
42. Question
Simply the following:
(5x – 2) (4x + 1)CorrectIncorrect 
Question 43 of 52
43. Question
The reciprocal of ^{2}⁄_{5}?
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Question 44 of 52
44. Question
9 + 15 =
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Question 45 of 52
45. Question
Solve C^{3} x C^{6} x C^{12 (note: the x is multiplication symbol) }
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Question 46 of 52
46. Question
What is the compliment of a 40degrees angle?
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Question 47 of 52
47. Question
3 – (9) =
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Question 48 of 52
48. Question
Identify the slope of: 6y = 42x + 9
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Question 49 of 52
49. Question
In 2011, the Ohio Turnpike raised its limit to 70 and recorded its lowest traffic fatality rate ever that year. The higher speed limit attracts travelers to use the safer, limitedaccess, divided highways of the interstates from more traditional roads. That makes both types of roads safer.
According to the passage which of the following statements is true?
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Question 50 of 52
50. Question
The Peace Corps is a volunteer program run by the United States government. The stated mission of the Peace Corps includes three goals: providing technical assistance; helping people outside the United States to understand American culture; and helping Americans to understand the cultures of other countries.
Which of the following activities would fit the stated goals of the Peace Corps?
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Question 51 of 52
51. Question
The title Grandmaster is awarded to chess players by the world chess organization FIDE. Apart from World Champion, Grandmaster is the highest title a chess player can attain. Once achieved, the title is held for life.
According to the passage, which statement is false?
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Question 52 of 52
52. Question
The Criminal Grand Jury of Los Angeles County attends hearings brought by the District Attorney’s Office. The objective of this jury is to determine, based on the evidence presented by the District Attorney’s Office, whether certain persons should be charged with crimes and required to stand trial in Superior Court. The Criminal Grand Jury is an accusatory body and not a trial jury; therefore, the burden of proof is much lower. Specifically, the Criminal Grand Jury must decide if there is a strong suspicion the individual committed the alleged crime.
According to this passage:
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