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Question number: 544

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

Appeared in Year: 2011

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Fenisha learned the science subject for 5 days. On the first day, she practiced for 2 hours. Each of the following days, she practiced 10 minutes less than the previous day. How many minutes did she practiced in all?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

8 hours 35 minutes

b.

7 hours 40 minutes

c.

9 hours 30 minutes

d.

8 hours 20 minutes

Question number: 545

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

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Seema has a week to read a book for school that has 140 pages. She needs half hour to read a page. Find the pages she has to read to complete the book in one week and time spend each day to read that pages.

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

20 pages, 10 hours

b.

15 pages, 8 hours

c.

12 pages, 6 hours

d.

22 pages, 11 hours

Question number: 546

» Mental Ability » Basic Arithmetic

Appeared in Year: 2011

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Which of the following shapes appears to have at least one acute angle?

Image of three different geometric shapes

Image of Three Different Geometric Shapes

Showing image of different geometric shapes and find the shape that is have at least one acute angle

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Figure B

b.

Figure A

c.

Figure C

d.

Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague

Question number: 547

» Non Verbal Reasoning » Identifying and Counting Geometrical Shapes and Solids

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What is the rule for the pattern in the following diagram?

 A pattern made by some number of boxes

a Pattern Made by Some Number of Boxes

Find the rule for the given pattern made by some number of boxes

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

Double the number of boxes each time

b.

Triple the number of boxes each time

c.

Add 3 boxes each time

d.

Square the number of boxes each time

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