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Question 1 of 20
Question 1
A six-sided die is rolled once. What are the chances that the number rolled is an even number greater than 2?
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Question 2
The graphs below show the temperature recorded in five major cities for two weeks.
Which city had the least variation in the temperature over the two weeks period?
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Question 3
A car travelling to the South takes a right turn, then right turn again and then left turn. In which direction the car is moving now?
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Question 4
Martin selects the number 13 and follows the rules as, shown in the below diagram.
Which of the following blue ring will be the end-point for Martin’s number?
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Question 5
What should be B to complete the grid
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Question 6
Six athletes are running in their lane on an oval track. They take 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 seconds respectively to complete one lap. In 90 minutes, how many times do they will be at the starting point together?
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Question 7
On this number line, what number is the arrow pointing to?
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Question 8
The sum of two different whole numbers P and Q is 45. Find the largest possible number that P x Q will have
Rob was colouring numbers in this matrix following a pattern but, he missed a number to colour; what is the missing number?
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Question 12
A ball is moving clockwise in a circular tube. The tube is made of four equal-length sections. The ball takes 3 minutes to complete one rotation. Where will be the ball after 330 seconds?
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Question 13
The train for Melbourne leaves every two and a half hours from Sydney Central Station. The last train to Melbourne left 40 minutes ago and the next train will leave at 18:00 hrs. What is the current time?
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Question 14
Bus to the City leaves every 10 minutes from the closest bus stop from Mary’s house. Mary left home at 8:30 AM to catch the 8:45 AM bus but she missed it by 3 minutes. When will be the next bus arriving for the city?
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Question 15
The perimeter of a rectangle is five times its breadth. If the area of the rectangle is 216 sq. cm, what is the length of the rectangle?
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Question 16
The numbers in each group follow the same rule, find the number should be replacing X.
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Question 17
The numbers in each group follow the same rule, find the number should be replacing X.
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Question 18
In this series, find the number should be replacing X.