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Question number: 549

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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Which mixed fraction represents the shaded parts of the model?

Image showing the model

Image Showing the Model

Find the fraction of the shaded parts in the model

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Choice (4) Response

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b.

c.

d.

Question number: 550

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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If then equals ________.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

900

b.

700

c.

100

d.

300

Question number: 551

» Mental Ability » Basic Geometry

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John drew a robot using only rectangles and hexagons. Which could be John’s drawing?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Robots made by John – Choice A

Robots Made by John – Choice A

John drew a robot using only rectangles and hexagons

b.

Robots made by John – Choice B

Robots Made by John – Choice B

John drew a robot using only rectangles and hexagons

c.

Robots made by John – Choice C

Robots Made by John – Choice C

John drew a robot using only rectangles and hexagons

d.

Robots made by John – Choice D

Robots Made by John – Choice D

John drew a robot using only rectangles and hexagons

Question number: 552

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Analogies with Figures

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On the map, each side of each grid square represents 1 kilometre. How much farther does Raj live from the Park than he lives from the Post Office?

Image showing the map

Image Showing the Map

Image showing the house, park, and post office

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Choice (4) Response

a.

3 Km

b.

13 Km

c.

5 Km

d.

8 Km

Question number: 553

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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The scale shown here is balanced. The bag of sand weight 18 kg. Each of the cubes has the same weight. How many kg does one cube weigh?

 Understanding the balance with bag of sand

Understanding the Balance with Bag of Sand

Understanding the balance with bag of sand

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Choice (4) Response

a.

6 kg.

b.

5 kg.

c.

4 kg.

d.

3 kg.