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**What is the next number in the series?**

50 5 0.5 0.05 0.005 ____

1. 0.0001

2. 0.0005

3. 0.005

4. 5

5. 0.5

6. none of these

**Answer & Explanation**

**The answer is 2**.

The numbers in the series are constantly being divided by **10**, therefore the next number is **0.005/10=0.0005**.

**Complete the analogy.**

_______ is to **Field** as **Teacher** is to **School**

1. Tree

2. Garden

3. Tractor

4. Crops

5. Farmer

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is** **5**.

A **farmer** works in the **field** as a **teacher** works at **school**.

Monica earned $4200 dollars during a period of 21 days, how many dollars did she earn per day?

1. $70

2. $96

3. $180

4. $240

5. $302

6. none of these

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is** **200$**

In order to find out how much Monica earned per day we will divide her total earnings by the total number of days:**$4200/21=$200**, which does not appear in the answers.

**If the first two statements are true, is the final statement true?**

Bob is taller than Rob

Job is shorter than Bob

Job is the shortest among the three.

1. Yes

2. No

3. Uncertain

**Answer & Explanation**

We know that Bob is taller than Rob, i.e. Bob > Rob

We also know that Job is shorter than Bob, i.e. Job < Bob.

If we switch directions, we can see that Bob > Job.

We can deduce from this that Bob is the tallest among the three, but we do not have enough information to determine who is shorter - Rob, or Job.

Therefore, **the correct answer is "Uncertain"**.

**Which one of the figures below is most different from the others?**

1. 1

2. 2

3. 3

4. 4

5. 5

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is answer choice 5.**

**Shape 5 has 5 sides**, while all the other shapes have 4 sides.

**The numbers in the figures below have the same mathematical relationship to one another.**

**What number should replace the question mark in the figure below?**

1. -6

2. -6

3. 2

4. 6

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is 1.**

All the circles below exhibit the same numerical relationship – they share the following pattern: (top-left) - (top-right) = 6; (bottom-left) - (bottom-right) = 2;

e.g. top left circle: 3 – (-3) = 6; top right circle: 8 – 2 = 6; bottom left circle: 1 – (-1) = 2; bottom middle circle: 2 – 0 = 2.

The Answer: The question mark is in the top hemisphere, thus we need ? to allow: 0 - ? = 6

? = (-6)

**External Extraneous****The meanings of these words are-**

1. Similar

2. Contradictory

3. Neither similar nor contradictory

**Answer & Explanation**

Both words are used to describe something that is coming from the outside. Therefore, **the words are similar in meaning**.

**Which one of the following numbers represents the smallest amount?**

1. 0.2

2. 1/6

3. 0.22

4. 1/5

5. 0.6

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is (B) - 1/6.**

When comparing the numbers, we can see that a 1/5 equals 0.2, and they are both smaller than 0.22 and 0.6.

Since a 1/6 is smaller than a 1/5, it is the number that represents the smallest amount.

**In the following set of words, which word is different from the others?**

1. distinct

2. unambiguous

3. noticeable

4. defined

5. blurred

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is 2.**

Blurred is a word used to describe something that is indistinct, while the other words are used to describe something that is distinguishable and easily perceived.

**Pamper is the opposite of...**

1. neglect

2. please

3. spoil

4. indulge

5. gratify

**Answer & Explanation**

**The correct answer is neglect.**

Pamper means "to treat with extreme indulgence," so the antonym is neglect. Spoil, indulge, and gratify are synonyms.

Therefore, the correct answer is neglect.

**Genuine Ingenious****The meanings of these words are....**

1. similar

2. contradictory

3. neither similar nor contradictory

**Answer & Explanation**

Genuine is a word used to describe something that is authentic, while ingenious is a word used to describe something brilliant marked by inventive skill. Therefore, **these words are neither similar nor contradictory**.

The Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam is the leading admission test for career colleges across the United States. The exam is, in essence, a cognitive abilities test, which determines a person’s problem-solving skills as well as his or her abilities to learn, understand, and follow instructions.

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