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If the first two statements are true, the third statement is
RICK IS A COUNTRY MUSIC SINGER.
(1) Rick sings in a band.
(2) Rick likes country music the best.
(3) Rick’s band plays country songs.
(4) Rick has attended singing lessons for many years.
Here are teams standing after the second round
What would be the result of the third round if final standings are as follows?
The company is looking for a team leader who can keep a cool head in a crisis and react quickly to events. The applicant says he suffers from a phobia about flying and panics especially when an aircraft is landing and that therefore he would prefer not to travel abroad on business if it could be avoided. The selection board concludes that he is obviously a very nervous type of person who would clearly go to pieces and panic in an emergency and fail to provide the leadership qualities necessary for the job. Therefore this person is not a suitable candidate for the job.
Which of the following is the best statement of the flaw in the argument above?
Rita has good a collection of tops of various patterns and colours. Some of the stripe ones are black. Some of the black tops have a dotted pattern. All blue ones are solid coloured. There is a green one of each pattern. There are some pink tops.
Which of the following is definitely NOT true?
Public schools should be reserved for students from lower-income backgrounds. People who can afford to pay for private education should not have access to the state school system. This would allow more funding for students to public schools which means better resources for students from lower-income backgrounds. It will help to bridge the gap in educational attainment between students from higher-income and lower-income backgrounds.
Which of the following statements, if true, would most strengthen the above argument?
Selective high schools are meant for academically gifted students. These schools are only available for students who performed well in an academic entrance test. These schools provide students with the best resources so students can excel academically whilst still covering mainstream non-academic activities like music and sports. However, many parents do not encourage their kids to take part in non-academic activities thinking that it may lower the school standard.
Which of the following, if true, would most weaken the above argument?
→ Albert drives a powerful car than Bob, but has five demerit points on his license.
→ Nat has second-most powerful among five and only three demerit points on her license.
→ Kim’s car is less powerful than Nat, but Nat’s car is not as powerful as Albert.
→ Cathy has no demerit point but has the least powerful car.
→ Garry has fewer demerit points than Nat but drives a less powerful car than her.
If all the above statements are true, which one of the following statements cannot be true?
Seasonal Employees are employees hired into a position for a short term. They are mostly part-time or temporary workers that help out with increased work demands or seasonal work that arise in different industries.
Which situation below is the best example of Applying for Seasonal Employment?
Should a total ban be put on trapping wild animals?
Which of the following arguments strongly holds against the above statement?
A. Yes. it creates an imbalance in natural food-web,
B. No. Bans on hunting and trapping are not effective.
A customer in the waiting lounge cannot see the main display; instead, he sees it in a mirror as below image
Which queue position actually is being displayed and what is the location of the mirror?
Which one of the following pieces can be combined with the three pieces to make a rectangle?
A drug was developed to treat a new infection. After the usual period of carefully monitored clinical trials, the drug was declared by its manufacturers to be safe and very effective in treating the infection. The World Health Organisation carried out exactly the same kind of trial on the drug but for a much longer period than the usual five years. After twenty years, a medical study showed that the mortality rate from all causes for those on the drug was much higher than for those who, though similar in other respects, had not taken the drug.
Which of the following is a conclusion that can be drawn from the above passage?
Money plays a vital role in politics.
Without assuming anything, which of the following conclusions can be logically drawn from the above statement?
A. The poor can never become politicians.
B. All the rich men take part in politics.
Chad is going to become a generous philanthropist someday.
1:Chad’s parents are very rich.
2:Chad lives by the important rule that one must always help others.
3:Chad has lots of free time in his hands every evening.
4:Helping others make you grow spiritually.
5:Several charities have appointed Chad as a contributing partner.
Which one of these statements, if true, best supports the school plumber’s claim?
How many minimum numbers of small tiles would the tiler need to restore the pattern?
Which of the following must be the Top View of this object?
Charlie: “Greg is taking part in the running relay only, but everyone knows he is a very good runner, so it goes without saying that he will get to be part of the marching squad.”
Anita: “Cheryl is taking part in the long jump, high jump and hundred metres running event. She is definitely going to be in the marching squad.”
If the information on the top is true, whose reasoning is correct?
Della: “Tiana asked me to bring her plush green Easter Bunny with pink and fuzzy ears, which was her favourite soft toy as a toddler. She says it is in this room. I have to find it.”
Betty: “Here is a green Easter Bunny with pink ears. It must be Tiana’s.”
Which one of the following sentences shows the mistake Betty has made?
Elsie: “Look at that poster with dark lines around its edges and pictures that scream at you conspicuously. It has to be pop artwork. It looks more like a part of a comic strip in an enlarged format.”
Bella: “This artwork has such bright, vibrant colours, and it pokes fun at celebrities with the most courageous colours and real-life looks. It has to be pop art as it reminds me of Marvel characters.”
If the information on the top is true, whose reasoning is correct?
The mobile speed camera policeman said: “If you keep the mobile cameras active at peak traffic times, the country can earn its best revenue.”
Which one of these statements, if true, best supports the mobile speed camera policeman’s claim?
In the same code, CLOVER would be represented by
Mark calls it ‘Magic Drink’ when he mixes four parts of water with one part of concentrated lemon cordial. He just prepared 2 litres of Magic Drink for his friends, coming over. Mark could not resist and drank 200 ml from it. He then tops up the remaining drink with water.
How much of the concentrated lemon cordial he should add to make it Magic Drink again?
Engineers wanted to validate the instruction and decided to pull the load with the following different state of engines.
Which of the missing answers must be known in order to test the truth of the claim in the instructions?
|Engine-1||Engine-2||Was the load pulled?|