IQ Test (Quantitative Skills)
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Question 1 of 11
1. Question
Two of the following numbers add up to seventeen. 6 – 13 – 2 – 12 – 7 – 14
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Question 2 of 11
2. Question
“If all Bloobs are Toogs and no Toogs are Goppers, then we can be certain that absolutely no Goppers are Bloobs.” This statement is:
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Example: If all dogs are animals and no animals are plants, then no plants are dogs.
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Example: If all dogs are animals and no animals are plants, then no plants are dogs.

Question 3 of 11
3. Question
At a store, they cut the price 40% for a particular item. By what percent must the item be increased if you wanted to sell it at the original price?
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Example: A $100 item is cut by 40% to be on sale for $60. It would need to be raised 66.7% to get back to $100. (40% of $60 = $24; 66.7% of $60 = $40)
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Example: A $100 item is cut by 40% to be on sale for $60. It would need to be raised 66.7% to get back to $100. (40% of $60 = $24; 66.7% of $60 = $40)

Question 4 of 11
4. Question
Which one of the letters does not belong in the following series: D – F – H – J – K – N – P – R
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The order is “D, skip one letter, F, skip one letters, H, etc.”
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The order is “D, skip one letter, F, skip one letters, H, etc.”

Question 5 of 11
5. Question
Mike, six years old, is twice as old as his brother. How old will Mike be when he is one and a half times as old as his brother?
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John’s brother is 3. In 3 years, the brother will be 6 and John will be 9.
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John’s brother is 3. In 3 years, the brother will be 6 and John will be 9.

Question 6 of 11
6. Question
“If some Toogs are Bloogs and all Gleems are Bloogs, then some Toogs are definitely Gleems.” This statement is:
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Example: “If some cars are green and all leaves are green, then some cars are definitely leaves.”
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Example: “If some cars are green and all leaves are green, then some cars are definitely leaves.”

Question 7 of 11
7. Question
“If some Toogs are Bekes and some Bekes are Broons, then some Toogs are definitely Broons.” This statement is:
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Example: “If some cats are animals, and some animals are dogs, then some cats are definitely dogs.”
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Example: “If some cats are animals, and some animals are dogs, then some cats are definitely dogs.”

Question 8 of 11
8. Question
Imagine the numbers 1 through 30, written in a row. If you added together any two numbers that are next to each other, you’d always get an odd number.
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Any consecutive two numbers will always be a combination of an odd and even number. An odd plus an even number always equals an odd number.
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Any consecutive two numbers will always be a combination of an odd and even number. An odd plus an even number always equals an odd number.

Question 9 of 11
9. Question
Latoya is taller than Kito, and Mike is shorter than Latoya. Which of the following statements would be most accurate?
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Question 10 of 11
10. Question
NASA received three messages in a strange language from a distant planet. Scientists studied these messages and found that “Floos Beiling Hoomp” means “We come in peace” and “Moog Naline Floos” means “Peace, Love, and Freedom ” and “Beiling Boog Vladi” means “In the last hour”. What does “Hoomp” mean?
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On analysis, “Floos” means “Peace”, “Beiling” means “in”. Looking at the first phrase, “Hoomp” must mean “We come”.
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On analysis, “Floos” means “Peace”, “Beiling” means “in”. Looking at the first phrase, “Hoomp” must mean “We come”.

Question 11 of 11
11. Question
John received $0.76 change from a purchase in the drugstore. If he received eight coins, and five of the coins are the same denomination, how many quarters did he receive?
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If it is eight coins, then there are two possible combinations:
1. two quarters, five nickels, and a penny. (contains five of a kind)
2. one quarter, four dimes, two nickels, and a penny.
Since #1 contains five contains of the same denomination, the answer is two quarters.Incorrect
If it is eight coins, then there are two possible combinations:
1. two quarters, five nickels, and a penny. (contains five of a kind)
2. one quarter, four dimes, two nickels, and a penny.
Since #1 contains five contains of the same denomination, the answer is two quarters.