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Question 1 of 29
1. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The diagram shows the locations of four UFOs. The arrow points North.
Zog’s Drone ship is not as far North as Bago’s Sport UFO. Bago is proud of his Sport UFO’s design, featuring as it does four sides of equal length.
Chewie’s starship has an equal number of sides to Bago’s ship, although is not as far North as it.CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 29
2. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The map shows the locations of four TV stations. The arrow points North.
BBC is aligned with two other stations.
Channel 4 is aligned with one other station only, and is somewhere West of the BBC.
Channel 5 has two sides fewer than its name, and is aligned with Sky.CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 29
3. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The diagram shows four new submarines, all designed with a different number of sides.
Russia’s submarine has an odd number of sides. It has a greater number of sides than the US’s sub.
China’s submarine has fewer sides than the US’s sub.
The US’s sub has an odd number of sides.CorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 29
4. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The map shows the locations of four accountants. The arrow points North.
Honest Bob is not the most Eastern accountant.
Sneaky Pete’s is somewhere to the South of Bob’s.
Relatively ‘Ronest’ Ron’s has fewer than half the number of sides of Bob’s.CorrectIncorrect
Question 5 of 29
5. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The map shows four butchers’ shops. The arrow points North.
Joe’s Meat has the same number of sides as Jim’s Butchers.
Nick’s Neats has an odd number of sides.
Joe’s Meat is north of Nick’s Neats.CorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 29
6. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Month Built Average Weight (kg) Jan 120 10 Feb 112 15 March 132 20 April 152 12 May 164 12 June 175 15
The table shows the work of an eccentric gym-owner, who is building his own weights. Each month, he builds plates for his barbells. Each month, he builds different weights, meaning there is an overall average weight for that month.CorrectIncorrect
Question 7 of 29
7. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
City Residents % with antibodies Bristol 450,000 70% London 7,350,000 40% Manchester 570,000 82% Birmingham 2,250,000 66%
The table shows the proportion of residents with antibodies to COVID-19 in some UK cities.CorrectIncorrect
Question 8 of 29
8. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The table shows four American customised ‘trucks’ or pickup trucks.
Their power score is calculated by performing the following:
(Horsepower * Torque) / WeightCorrectIncorrect
Question 9 of 29
9. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Month Caught Released Jan 114 78 Feb 142 76 March 125 77 April 154 67 May 124 57 June 153 87
The table shows the number of fish caught by a fisherman who is making an aquarium, into which he puts interesting fish. Each month, he catches fish, releases the uninteresting fish, and retains the others along with those he caught previously.CorrectIncorrect
Question 10 of 29
10. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Quarter Revenue (GBP) Expenditure (GBP) Tax 1 1,450,000 740,000 12.5% 2 1,625,000 675,000 14% 3 1,275,000 620,000 12.5% 4 1,400,000 675,000 11%
The table shows the revenue and expenditure of a company. Additionally, it shows the percentage of tax paid.
Strangely, for this company tax is paid before revenue is subtracted, rather than after, and varies from quarter to quarter.CorrectIncorrect
Question 11 of 29
11. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
To prevent the flow of illegal drugs into Australia, should Australian law enforcement bolster its coast guard patrols, through increasing staff and buying new boats?CorrectIncorrect
Question 12 of 29
12. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Should advertisers be forced to show overweight bodies in adverts, in order to promote body-positivity?CorrectIncorrect
Question 13 of 29
13. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Should we teach ‘environmental awareness’ as a course at secondary schools in the United Kingdom?CorrectIncorrect
Question 14 of 29
14. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Should the American military offer a full disclosure over its investigations into UFOs, in light of recent leaks and the release of some footage and statements by the government?CorrectIncorrect
Question 15 of 29
15. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Hyper loops are a potentially revolutionary form of transport which would allow people to travel far faster than regular trains. Should countries begin to invest in them?CorrectIncorrect
Question 16 of 29
16. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Most workers are investors. No investor is a banker. All bankers are workers.CorrectIncorrect
Question 17 of 29
17. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
All F150s are trucks. All trucks are cars. All cars are vehicles.CorrectIncorrect
Question 18 of 29
18. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
All mitts are gloves. Some gloves are accessories. All accessories are clothes.CorrectIncorrect
Question 19 of 29
19. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
All Gulf Streams are jets. All jets are aeroplanes. No aeroplane is a helicopter. Some helicopters are transporters.CorrectIncorrect
Question 20 of 29
20. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Tions are a type of tiger. Tigers are a type of cat.CorrectIncorrect
Question 21 of 29
21. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
A group of fighters were asked which fighting championship they preferred.CorrectIncorrect
Question 22 of 29
22. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The Venn Diagram shows the popularity three forms of combat sports.CorrectIncorrect
Question 23 of 29
23. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
The diagram shows how a group of organisms have been categorised, in a fictional world where trees and bushes are not necessarily plants, but each may be categorised as just one category, two, or all three.CorrectIncorrect
Question 24 of 29
24. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
In the above Venn diagram, the square represents surfers, the circle snowboarders, and the triangle skaters.CorrectIncorrect
Question 25 of 29
25. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Billy-Rae, Billy-Joe, and Billy-Bob are each attempting to become the best-selling country singer in the US.
Billy-Rae has a 25% chance of success, which is double Billy-Joe, who is in turn double as likely as Billy-Bob.CorrectIncorrect
Question 26 of 29
26. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Michael and Harrington are trying to fly a paper plane through a window. Michael has a 2/3 chance of success, which is double Harrington’s.CorrectIncorrect
Question 27 of 29
27. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Steve, Paul, and Roger are builders. On any given day, Steve has a 25% chance of dropping a brick on his foot. Paul is rather less clumsy, and has only a 5% chance. Roger, the athlete of the group, has a 1% chance only.CorrectIncorrect
Question 28 of 29
28. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Tom, a cat, and Jerry, a mouse, are recording an episode of their cartoon. Tom has a 70% chance of catching Jerry, whom he chases as part of their show. Additionally, he then has a 25% chance of keeping Jerry from escaping. If he keeps Jerry from escaping, he has a 1% chance of managing to take Jerry to his owner, in order to receive a reward for catching the mouse.CorrectIncorrect
Question 29 of 29
29. QuestionCategory: Decision Making
Rupert and Arjunan are both throwing fair six sided dice. Each man throws one die. What is the probability of the total score being 10?CorrectIncorrect