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1. Convert 2^2/5 to a decimal
2. If a legislature decides to fund agricultural subsidy programs, national radio, and a small business loan program, what 2 other programs can they fund?
3. Which word does NOT belong with the others?
4. Convert 47/50 to a decimal
5. A pet shop has 0.75 as many dogs as cats. What is the ratio of cats to dogs in the shop?
6. At Joey's diner, the furniture consists of 24 tables and 216 chairs. What is the percentage of tables out of the total amount of furniture?
7. Which word does NOT belong with the others?
8. Which statement must be true?Four married couples – the Gordons, the Hindlers, the Ilgors and the Jareds – are the only guests in a hotel. Each couple consists of one man and one woman. Some hotel guests are signing up for a trip to the Grand Canyon offered by a travel agency.

The following rules are known about the participants of the trip:

• When a woman signs up, her spouse signs up too.
• At least two men and one woman are signed up.
• Mr Gordon is signed up only if Mrs Jared is signed up.
• If Mr and Mrs Gordon are signed up, then Mrs Hindler is not signed up.

Exactly three men and two women are signed up for the trip;
9. In Eagletown High School, the honour students' average grades have improved steadily in the science courses ever since the science program has been reinforced with increased hours of study and outstanding teachers to help the below-average students raise their grades in science. However, even with the reinforced science program, many of the school's weakest students are still failing in science. Thus, the strengthened science program has been unable to achieve its intended purpose. Which one of the following identifies the flaw in the argument above?
10. The ‘A’ state government has chalked out a plan for the underdeveloped ‘B’ district where 66% of the funds will be placed in the hands of a committee of local representatives. Courses of action:I. The ‘A’ state government should decide guidelines and norms for the functioning of the committee.
II. Other state government may follow similar plan if directed by the Central government.
11. A boat traveled at a speed of 84.4 mph for a duration of 15 minutes. What was the distance (in miles) it traveled?
12. The average age of the 20 kids in class is 9 years. What is the sum of their ages?
13. What would be the next number in the following series?2 | 10 | 40 | 120 | 240 | ?
14. What is the value of X ?5x – 2x – x = 11 – 2 + 15
15. CUP : LIP :: BIRD : ?
16. What would be the next number in the following series?0.125 | 0.4 | 0.5 | 1.4 | 2 | 2.4 | ?
17. Which of the statements below are true?All materials are degradable.

Some materials are solid.
18. What would be the next number in the following series?3 | 8 | 15 | 24 | 35 | ?
19. Approximately 3 per cent of the population say they have had a near-death experience—a sense of being dead or leaving one's body. Near-death experiences are reported across cultures, with written records of them dating back to ancient Greece. Not all of these experiences coincide with brushes with death—one study of 58 such patients found 30 were not actually in danger of dying, although most of them thought they were. Out-of-body experiences are also now known to be common during interrupted sleep patterns that immediately precede sleeping or waking. For instance, sleep paralysis or the experience of feeling paralyzed while still aware of the outside world, is reported in up to 40 per cent of all people and is linked with vivid dreamlike hallucinations that can result in the sensation of floating above one's body. The research found that out-of-body experiences can be artificially triggered by stimulating the right temporoparietal junction in the brain, suggesting that confusion regarding sensory information can radically alter how one experiences one's body. Approximately 97% of the population have not experienced a near-death experience.
20. Calculate: 8/4 x 7/16 ?
21. New research suggests that playing a musical instrument improves symptoms of ADHD; a neurobehavioural disorder manifested in problems such as short attention span, impulsive behaviour, and hyperactivity. For more than a year, children at the city's Museum School have been taking part in an experiment involving Gamelan, a percussion style of ensemble music from Indonesia that emphasises synchronicity. Sensors attached to the instruments monitored the children's ability to hit the beat precisely. A correlation was found between the children's ability to synchronise and ADHD symptoms. What this could mean is that musical practice could possibly become a non-pharmacological intervention for problems such as ADHD. Danny has ADHD. Which isn’t one of his symptoms?
22. Anne is responsible for restocking the canteen, and she's been given a budget of £30. Jar of coffee costs £4.20, carton of milk costs £0.49, tea bags are £3.50 a box, and a kilogram of sugar is £2.10. All non-fridge items are 15% off. If Anne needs to buy three jars of coffee, six cartons of milk, and a kilo of sugar, how many tea boxes can she buy?
23. Posthumous Award occurs when an award is given to someone, after their death. Choose one situation below as the best example of Posthumous Award.
24. What would be the next number in the following series?15 | 30 | 10 | 6 | 11 | ?
25. Paw : Cat :: Hoof : ?

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