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How many books on the shelf if both statements are correct?
(1) Some plants are jungles.
(2) Some bushes are leaves.
(3) Some bushes are jungles.
(4) All plants are jungles.
TO PASS THE EXAMINATION, ONE MUST WORK HARD.
Who are to the left of C?
Exercise is any bodily activity that enhances or maintains physical fitness and overall health and wellness. It is performed for various reasons, to aid growth and improve strength, preventing aging, developing muscles and the cardiovascular system, honing athletic skills, weight loss or maintenance, improving health and also for enjoyment. Many individuals choose to exercise outdoors where they can congregate in groups, socialise, and enhance well-being. Physical exercise is important for maintaining physical fitness and can contribute to maintaining a healthy weight, regulating the digestive system, building and maintaining healthy bone density, muscle strength, and joint mobility, promoting physiological well-being, reducing surgical risks, and strengthening the immune system.
‘Many individuals choose to exercise outdoors where they can congregate in groups, socialize, and enhance well-being’.
We can infer from this that
Bicycles provide numerous benefits in comparison with motor vehicles, including the sustained physical exercise involved in cycling, easier parking, increased manoeuvrability, and access to roads, bike paths and rural trails. Cycling also offers a reduced consumption of fossil fuels, less air or noise pollution, and reduced traffic congestion. These lead to less financial cost to the user and to society at large (negligible damage to roads, less road area required). By fitting bicycle racks on the front of buses, transit agencies can significantly increase the areas they can serve. In addition, cycling provides a variety of health benefits. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that cycling can reduce the risk of cancers, heart disease, and diabetes that are prevalent in sedentary lifestyles. Cycling on stationary bikes have also been used as part of rehabilitation for lower limb injuries, particularly after a hip surgery. Individuals who cycle regularly have also reported mental health improvements, including less perceived stress and better vitality.
“By fitting bicycle racks on the front of buses, transit agencies can significantly increase the areas they can serve….”
We can infer from this that
Software piracy is one of the growing crime of modern times. It has caused significant harm to hard-working developers. Many people justify that software licensing’s licensing cost is too high, and software companies are making too much money out of it. But in reality, many small companies failed to hire talented developers and could not survive in the competitive market.
Which of the following best summarises the conclusion of this argument?
Brian picks a random shape from his playbook and asked me to guess how many sides does this shape has. He told me that all blue shapes have four sides. None of the yellows has five sides, nor do any have three. Blacks have not less than four sides, but all blacks have the number of sides in multiple of four. Browns have four or six sides. Greens have an even number of sides, and oranges have an odd number.
What can I find about the colour of the shape he picked?
Mark and Peter are going to Canberra targeted to cover 200 km in four hours. Here is what they discuss after covering half of the journey
Mark: We are going at better than the average speed.
Peter: even if it was low now we will definitely reach Canberra within 4 hours
Which one of the following sentences shows the assumption Peter has made?
Good teachers require patience, skill and experience. Patience and skill without experience are common but often such people give up prematurely as skill alone is insufficient to teach, and patience can quickly be exhausted.
Which of the following summarises the main argument?
An aeroplane can travel a given distance in less time than a train or a car, and these are the fastest form of transport available.
John: I need to travel from Sydney to Canberra and want to arrive as soon as possible. I should travel by aeroplane.
Which of the following best illustrates a flaw in this argument?
In a local cricket, match prizes are given to top three run-scorers and top three bowlers.
Mark: This is a fair arrangement because it allows 6 players to win the prizes.
Which one of the following sentences shows the mistake Mark has made?
Many primary schools are asking students to carry a computer or tablet for study.
Mark: It is a waste of money and teachers time. These students are too young to learn how to use computers effectively.
Peter: Students need to spend time learning the basics, like arithmetic and reading. After all, a baby has to crawl before she can walk.
Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the above argument?
Spending money on churches & religious buildings is a waste of resources; instead, we should contribute money to help people in trouble.
Which of the following. If true, would most weaken the above argument?
Students need to score at least 80% to get the scholarship for a prominent high school. Samantha achieved 85% and we know that Meredith got more than Samantha while Marie scored less than Meredith.
Which response is definitely true?
Statement – Most movie theatres are incurring huge losses nowadays as more people are staying at home and watching Netflix movies or You-Tube clips.
Courses of action:
A. People should be given incentives such as free movie passes or discounts for increasing numbers of movies watched.
B. Movie theatres should be closed down without further losses and shopping malls built there instead.
‘trusted’ means ‘george street’,
‘fasting’ means ‘queen avenue’ and,
‘faster’ means ‘queen palace’
Which word would mean ‘palace street’ in the same language?
A. Parents of the section of selected students have decided to withdraw their children from attending private tuition classes on Saturdays.
B. The school has organised special ‘academic strengthening’ classes for a selected section of students on Saturdays.
Five friends live in a five-storey building. One person lives on each floor and has a lounge of a different colour; also, they all work in different suburbs. We also know that:
– Mark has the green lounge and lives on the adjacent floor to Peter who lives on the ground floor and works in the City
– Jack has his office in Blacktown
– The blue lounge is on the middle floor
– The person who has red lounge does not work in the Penrith
– Maria has a white lounge; her unit is on the next floor to Sarah and two floors from Jack
– The person having the white lounge works in Parramatta
– The person having a brown lounge lives on the adjacent floor to the person who works in Blacktown
Using the information above, who lives on the third floor?
Robert has a car and he wrote six paper slips about his car. He then puts two slips each in three envelopes. Each envelope has some true and some false statements about his car. However, no more than one statement in any of envelopes is false.
I have a Honda
I do not own a blue car.
I do not own a black car
I do not own a blue car.
I have a Kia
I own a white car
Which of the following statements are true?
1. Roberts owns a white car.
2. Robert owns a Honda.
3. The colour of Robert’s car is not blue.
Which one of the following pieces can be combined with the three pieces to make a triangle?
A sales promotion is a marketing tactic used by retailers to drive sales. It involves offering shoppers a deal that would enable them to either purchase a product for a lower price OR get more value of the sale.
Which of the following are examples of Sale Promotion?
1. House prices in a suburb are lower than last year due to COVID
2. A website offers a 25% discount if you use a coupon code at checkout
3. A store offers an interest-free payment plan for items over AUD 1000.
|Category 1||Category 2||Category 3|
|Poached Chicken||Steamed Basmati Rice (V)||Yuzu Curd Tart (V)|
|Chickpea (V)||Roast Gourmet Potatoes||Chocolate Soil (V)|
|Pickled Mushrooms (V)||Steamed Salmon||Confit Pineapple (V)|
|Spicy Lime Salsa|
(V) – Vegetarian
Philip does not like vegetarian food and wants to avoid ordering it. He is also allergic to dairy so would not order anything with milk or curd. Which of the following shows a valid dinner order for Philp?
An advertisement – Use “Kolours” to add colour to your life.
Without assuming anything, which of the following conclusions can be logically drawn from the above statement?
A. Catchy slogans do not attract people.
B. People like vibrant colours.
Using the same orientation as the diagram above, what is the pattern that is covered by the black rectangle?