
1. The eleventh month of the year is

2. SEVERE is the opposite of

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

4. Answer by selecting YES or NO  Does R.S.V.P. mean "please reply"?

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

5. PURE is the opposite of

7. Which word is related to chew as smell is to nose?

8. How many of the five pairs of items listed below are exact duplicates?
Sharp, M.G. 
Sharpe, M.G. 
Fiedler, E.H. 
Fiedler, E.H. 
Connor, M.J. 
Connor, M.J. 
Woesner, O.W. 
Woerner, O.W. 
Soderquist, P.E. 
Soderquist, P.E. 

9. CLEAR is the opposite of

10. A dealer bought some televisions for $3,500. He sold them for $5,500, making $50 on each television. How many televisions were involved?

11. ADOPT ADEPT  Do these words

12. Lemon candles sell at 3 for 15 cents. How much will 1½ dozen cost?

13. How many of the six pairs listed below are exact duplicates?
5296 
5296 
66986 
69686 
834426 
834426 
7354256 
7354256 
61197172 
61197172 
83238324 
83238324 

14. FAMILIAR is the opposite of

15. Which number in the following group of numbers represents the smallest amount?

16. Arrange the following words so that they make a true statement. Print the last letter of the word as the answer to this problem.
to 
oxygen 
need 
Mammals 
live 

17. One of the following figures is the most different from the others. What is the number in that figure?

18. Two people caught 36 fish. X caught 8 times as many as Y. How many fish did Y catch?

19. REFLECT REFLEX  Do these words

20. Arrange the following words so that they make a complete sentence. If it is a true statement, select "True" as your answer, if false, select "False".
moss 
A 
stone 
gathers 
rolling 

21. Assume the first 2 statments are true. Is the final one:
All visionaries are leaders. Most visionaries are progressives. Some leaders are progressives.

22. Two of the following proverbs have similar meanings. Which ones are they?

23 . Look at the following series of numbers. What number should come next?

24. The hours of daylight in SEPTEMBER are nearest equal to the hours of daylight in

25. Assume the first 2 statments are true. Is the final one:
Bill is the same age as Mary. Mary is younger than John. Bill is younger than John.

26. A plane travels 75 feet in ¼ second. At this same speed, how many feet will it travel in 5 seconds?

27. Five pounds of feed sells for $2.00. How many pounds can you buy for 80 cents?

28. STRETCH SPREAD  Do these words

29. This geometric figure can be divided by a straight line into two parts which will fit together in a certain way to make a perfect square. Draw that line by joining two of the numbers. Then write the two numbers as your answer.

30. Assume the first 2 statments are true. Is the final one:
Fred greeted Mary. Mary greeted Ned. Fred did not greet Ned.

31. A bond that costs $2,490 has decreased 33¼% in value by the end of the year. What is its value at that time?

32. One of the following figures is most different from the others. What is the number in that figure?

33. A skirt requires 2⅓ yards of material. How many skirts can be cut from 42 yards?

34. Are the meanings of the following phrases:
No doctor at all is better than three. The more doctors, the more sickness.

35. ENLARGE AGGRANDIZE  Do these words

36. Are the meanings of the following sentences:
It is always well to moor your ship with two anchors. Don't put all of your eggs in one basket.

37. For $3.60 a grocer buys a case of fruit which contains 12 dozen pieces. He knows that two dozen pieces will spoil before he sells them. At what price per dozen must he sell the good ones to gain ⅓ of the whole cost?

38. PRETENSIONS PRETENSIOUS  Do these words

39. When wire is selling at $.0125 a foot, how many feet can you buy for $.50?

40. One number in the following series does not fit in with the pattern set by the others. What should the next number be?
1/4 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/8 
1/4 
1/8 
1/6 

41. IMAGE IMAGINARY  Do these words

42. How many square yards are there in a floor which is 6 feet long by 21 feet wide?

43. Are the meanings of the following sentences:
All good things are cheap, all bad things very dear. Goodness is simple; badness is manifold.

44. A marksman shooting at a target hits it 12½% of the time. How many times must he shoot to register 100 hits?

45. One number in the following series does not fit in with the pattern set by the others. What should that number be?
1/4 
1/6 
1/8 
1/9 
1/12 
1/14 

46. Three individuals form a partnership and agree to divide the profits equally. X invests $4,500. Y invests $3,500. Z invests $2,000. If the profits are $2,400, how much less does X receive than if the profits were divided in proportion to the amount invested?

47. Two of the following proverbs have similar meanings. Which ones are they?

48. Are the meanings of the following sentences:
After the event, even a fool is wise. Nobody ever became wise by chance.

49. Three of the following 5 parts can be fitted together in such a way to make a triangle. Which 3 are they?

50. In printing an article of 24,000 words, a printer decides to use two sizes of type. Using the larger type, a printed page contains 900 words. Using the smaller type, a page contains 1,200 words. The article is alloted 21 full pages in a magazine. How many pages must be in the smaller type?