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Question 1
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume.Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Please mark the target audience for this passage:
A
The target audience is California voters who are trying to determine how to vote on Proposition 37.
B
The target audience is food manufacturers who resist adding GMO labeling to their products.
C
The target audience is people who are unfamiliar with GMOs or recent legislative efforts in California or other states.
D
The target audience is academic researchers who are developing research projects on the safety of GMOs.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The target audience for this passage is people who are unfamiliar with GMOs or recent legislative efforts in California or other states.
Question 2
Please mark the term that describes half of a circle:
A
Semicircle
B
Quadrant
C
Radius
D
Diameter
Question 2 Explanation: 
A semicircle if half of a circle.
Question 3
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.According to the author's tone, how would the author vote on Proposition 37?
A
The author would vote NO.
B
The author would vote YES.
C
The author would abstain from voting.
D
Not enough information is provided regarding the question.
Question 3 Explanation: 
The author’s tone asserts that the author would likely vote NO on the Proposition 37.
Question 4
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Please mark what can be deduced from this passage regarding the safety of Genetically Modified Organisms:
A
The safety of consumers is significantly threatened by GMOs.
B
Consumers are often deceived by corporations regarding the potential risks of GMOs.
C
GMOs are not likely dangerous.
D
The danger of GMOs is increasing.
Question 4 Explanation: 
It can be deduced that the GMOs are not likely dangerous.
Question 5
Please mark what is considered a "sample" in a poll or survey:
A
The sum total of responses collected through the poll or survey.
B
A group of people who participate in the survey or poll who represent a larger population.
C
The larger population the poll or survey is attempting to understand.
D
The questions the participants are asked.
Question 5 Explanation: 
The small group of participants in a survey or poll is called "sample".
Question 6
At a public debate, a reporter asked a presidential candidate, "Did you sleep with your supervisor?" The candidate responded, "Definitely not". Another reporter asked, "Is that false?" The candidate answered, "Yes". Please mark the answer that describes the candidate's responses:
A
The candidate slept with the supervisor between the first and second question.
B
If the candidate’s second answer is true, his first answer is true.
C
If the candidate’s first answer is false, his second answer is true.
D
If the candidate’s first answer is false, his second answer is false.
Question 6 Explanation: 
If the candidate’s first answer is false, his second answer is true.
Question 7
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Please mark the precedent that will be established if the Proposition 37 passes in California:
A
Proposition 37 will represent the first time regular citizens have created and voted on law.
B
Proposition 37 will be the first law passed regarding food safety in California.
C
Proposition 37 will be the first law in the United States requiring GMO labeling.
D
Proposition 37 will be the most expensive law ever developed and passed in the United States.
Question 7 Explanation: 
If Proposition 37 passes, it will be the first law in the United States requiring GMO labeling.
Question 8
34.55 + 6 + 19.8 + 23.53 Please mark the difference between the exact sum and the sum rounded to the nearest tenths place:
A
2
B
.2
C
.02
D
.002
Question 8 Explanation: 
The difference between the exact sum and the sum rounded to the nearest tenths place is .02.
Question 9
Please mark the answer in the following case: round 567.342 to the nearest hundredth.
A
600
B
560
C
567.34
D
567.3
Question 9 Explanation: 
-567.342 rounded to the nearest hundredth is 567.34.
Question 10
Please mark the correct answer for the missing premise:_______________________. Stegosauruses were dinosaurs. Stegosauruses were warm-blooded.
A
All stegosauruses were warm-blooded.
B
All dinosaurs were warm-blooded.
C
All dinosaurs were stegosauruses.
D
All stegosauruses were dinosaurs.
Question 10 Explanation: 
The correct answer is- All dinosaurs were warm-blooded.
Question 11
Please mark the correct premise that completes the following: All policemen are altruists.John is a policeman.
A
All altruists are policemen.
B
All persons named John are altruists.
C
John’s behavior is altruistic.
D
John is an altruist.
Question 11 Explanation: 
John is an altruist- a connection between John and altruists.
Question 12
A: {3, 6, 7} B: {2, 8}What is the union of Set A and Set B?
A
{2, 3, 6, 7, 8}
B
{3, 6, 7}
C
{2, 8}
D
None of the above
Question 12 Explanation: 
The union of Set A and Set B is {2, 3, 6, 7, 8}.
Question 13
Please mark the correct answer that completes the following: All polar bears are white.Gemma saw a polar bear.
A
The polar bear was white.
B
Gemma is a polar bear.
C
All polar bears are white.
D
Gemma is a white polar bear.
Question 13 Explanation: 
The polar bear was white.
Question 14
Please mark the type of data which is weighted toward one end of the numerical range in which it occurs?
A
Diverse
B
Peaked
C
Overweight
D
Skewed
Question 14 Explanation: 
The type of data is skewed.
Question 15
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation. Please mark the adequate inference regarding the public's concern with GMOs, having in mind the past effort to legally require GMO labeling in other states:
A
The public is Quite concerned with GMOs and is attempting to accentuate their use in food.
B
The public is not aware of the dangers of GMOs and is deciding rationally about labeling.
C
The public is generally led astray by large corporations and is making equal choices.
D
The public is not quite worried about GMOs and has not required labeling in any states so far.
Question 15 Explanation: 
Regarding the past efforts to require GMO labeling, it can be inferred that the public is not quite worried about GMOs and has not required labeling in any states so far.
Question 16
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one. World leaders stepped in and the United States intervened, which leading both countries to withdraw to their previous positions.
A
which leading
B
that leading
C
leading
D
and leading
Question 16 Explanation: 
"Leading" is the best answer.
Question 17
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.Palladium often replaces platinum due to its lower price, lighter color, and harder structure. It can be drawn into wire or hammered out into sheets, it is often combined with gold for “white gold” jewelry. Palladium can also be used to make surgical instruments. Automobile manufacturers need the world’s palladium for catalytic converters.
A
need the world’s palladium
B
need all the palladium in the world
C
need palladium
D
need most of the palladium in the world.
Question 17 Explanation: 
The best answer is “need most of the world’s palladium”.
Question 18
Please mark the appropriate answer that would complete the following: All human beings are mortal. Picasso is a human being.
A
Picasso should make a will.
B
All mortals are human beings.
C
All human beings are Picasso.
D
Picasso is mortal.
Question 18 Explanation: 
Picasso is mortal. The first sentence exemplifies the general principle and fact that human beings are mortal.
Question 19
Please mark the appropriate answer regarding Jay's responses in the following: Jim: Is Andie in the apartment? Jay: Yes. Jim: Is that true? Jay: No.
A
If Jay’s second answer is true, his first answer is true.
B
If Jay’s first answer is false, his second answer is true.
C
Andie must have left the apartment after Jay’s first response.
D
If Jay’s first answer is false, his second answer is false.
Question 19 Explanation: 
If Jay's first answer is false, his second answer is true.
Question 20
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Please mark the correct answer regarding the number of other states that have tried to pass GMO labeling laws:
A
California is the first state to try to pass a GMO labeling law.
B
More than a dozen other states have tried to pass GMO labeling laws.
C
Ten states in the United States currently have GMO labeling laws.
D
There are no records regarding the states which have initiated GMO labeling laws.
Question 20 Explanation: 
More than a dozen other states have tried to pass GMO labeling laws.
Question 21
Please mark the correct answer that completes the following:Some human beings are mortal. Picasso is a human being.
A
Picasso may be in the need of a will.
B
Picasso may be mortal.
C
Several mortals are human beings.
D
Several human beings are mortals.
Question 21 Explanation: 
Picasso may be mortal. The first statement describes a generally accepted principle that human beings are mortal.
Question 22
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.President Obama ordered launching air strikes and Congress approved military force against Syria but he didn't declare war.
A
Syria but he did not declare war.
B
Syria. But he didn't declare war.
C
Syria; But he didn't declare war.
D
Syria, but he did not declare war.
Question 22 Explanation: 
The best choice is "North Vietnam, but he did not declare war." Two independent clauses are joined with commas.
Question 23
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.The first show between  Mia Wallace and Vincent Vega began in 1994 and continued until 2019, when the stand up comedians stepped in and developer a plague.
A
developer
B
developers
C
developing
D
developed
Question 23 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "developed".
Question 24
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.It was written in 1964 by Raymond Carver.
A
It was written in 1964 by Raymond Carver.
B
It was written, in 1964 by Raymond Carver.
C
Raymond Carver wrote in 1964 it.
D
Raymond Carver wrote it in 1964.
Question 24 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "Raymond Carver wrote it in 1964".- a sentence in a passive voice.
Question 25
Please mark the equation for the Pythagorean Theorem: 
A
A³ + B³ = C³
B
A³ -B³ = C³
C
A² + B² = C²
D
ABC² = A²B²C²
Question 25 Explanation: 
The correct equation is A² + B² = C².
Question 26
Please mark the digit in the following:
A
10
B
0.5
C
-7
D
0
Question 26 Explanation: 
The digit is 0. It is one of the ten digits in the decimal system 0-9.
Question 27
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.The manager hopes that he will achieve more audience in Stockholm.
A
achieve
B
attract
C
get
D
provoke
Question 27 Explanation: 
The correct answer is to attract.
Question 28
Please mark the answer that provides the correct missing premise: All psychologists are extroverts. ______________________. Gemma is a psychologist.
A
Silvia is a psychologist.
B
Gemma is a psychologist.
C
Gemma is very friendly.
D
Gemma acts like an extrovert.
Question 28 Explanation: 
The correct answer is Gemma is a psychologist- a logical connection between psychologists and extroverts.
Question 29
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Why have people required the GMO food to be labeled and started off their action for the passing of Proposition 37?
A
Because consumers must be aware of the higher cost of GMO foods.
B
Because labeling will accentuate the 100% safety of the GMO foods.
C
Because labeling will clarify all the uncertain things regarding GMO foods.
D
Because some people believe that GMO food is not as safe as common food products.
Question 29 Explanation: 
Some who people believe that GMO food is not as safe as common food products, have required the GMO food to be labeled and started off their action for the passing of Proposition 37.
Question 30
What is the mean for the following expenditures? $79.84, $278.99, $342.16, $466.25, $111.39, $502.47, $98.12
A
$278.99
B
$268.46
C
$354.22
D
$317.54
Question 30 Explanation: 
The mean for the data is $268.46.
Question 31
Please mark the answer that completes the following:All human beings are mortal.Gemma is a unicorn.
A
All human beings are unicorns.
B
Gemma is not mortal.
C
Gemma is not a human being.
D
None of the above.
Question 31 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "None of the above" because no conclusion can be drawn.
Question 32
Please mark ONE of the following which uses the doubling method of informal counting to solve 3+4=
A
(1+1+1) + (1+1+1+1) = 7
B
(3+4) + (3+4) - (3+4) = 7
C
3+4 = (3+3) +1 = 6+1 = 7
D
2+2+2+1=7
Question 32 Explanation: 
The correct answer is: 3+4 = (3+3) +1 = 6+1 = 7
Question 33
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.Although Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism.
A
Although Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism.
B
Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, and only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism.
C
Since Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, and only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism.
D
Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, so only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism.
Question 33 Explanation: 
The best answer is "Macedonia has a variety of natural resources, and only a small percentage of the land is used for tourism".
Question 34
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  Silver, a soft shiny metal is one element of the group of metals and it is very common. 
A
a soft shiny metal
B
a soft, shiny metal
C
a soft shiny, metal
D
a soft shiny-metal
Question 34 Explanation: 
The correct answer is a soft, shiny metal.
Question 35
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  He revises the safety measures for the "Great Depression" with the utmost care and provided better working conditions for future workers. 
A
He revises the safety measures
B
He had revised the safety measures
C
He is revising the safety measures
D
He will revise the safety measures
Question 35 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "He had revised the safety measures".
Question 36
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.Please mark what you consider to be the main idea of this excerpt:
A
Many studies show that GMOs are as safe as common foods.
B
California voters will soon decide if GMO foods must be labeled.
C
Scientists use GMOs to protect crops.
D
The campaigns on both sides of Proposition 37 are unreasonably expensive.
Question 36 Explanation: 
The main idea of the excerpt is that California voters will soon decide if GMO foods must be labeled.
Question 37
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  In January 2019, the Greek and the Macedonian government decided to ratify their treaty in Prespa, Macedonia due to 27-year-long name dispute between these two countries.
A
Prespa, Macedonia
B
Prespa, Macedonia.
C
Prespa, Macedonia,
D
Prespa, Macedonia;
Question 37 Explanation: 
The best answer is "Prespa, Macedonia,".
Question 38
Gemma and Sylvia are meeting for the weekend somewhere between their cities, which are 420 miles apart. Gemma drives 80 mph for the duration of her trip. If they both left home at 10 a.m. and met at 1 p.m., what speed did Sylvia drive to reach their meeting spot?
A
75 mph
B
70 mph
C
65 mph
D
60 mph
Question 38 Explanation: 
Sylvia drove 180 miles at 60 mph to reach the meeting place where Gemma arrived after driving 240 miles at 80 mph.
Question 39
How many degrees Fahrenheit are equal to 30 degrees Celsius?
A
86°F
B
8.6°F
C
30°F
D
186°F
Question 39 Explanation: 
The correct answer is- 30° C is equal to 86°F.
Question 40
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation.  Please mark the possible consequences that may follow the passing of Proposition 37:
A
Labeling will increase food costs.
B
Labeling will limit the available foods for consumers.
C
To avoid labeling, farmers will provide crops that are not protected and easily destroyed.
D
Food labeling will cut the food supply.
Question 40 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "Labeling will increase food costs".
Question 41
"The California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act” known as Proposition 37 will require food manufacturers to label food with genetically modified ingredients (GMOs). If the bill passes, it will be the first law in the United States that required GMO labeling. Some European countries already mandate GMO labeling, but efforts to pass legislation in the United States have met resistance. Over a dozen other states have failed to pass proposed labeling laws. Food manufacturers argue that the bill is unnecessary because GMO is safe. In their opinion, labeling will increase food costs and will puzzle consumers. Proponents of the legislation assert that consumers have a right to know details about the food they consume. Genetic modification, also known as genetic engineering, is the alteration of genetic material through processes not found in nature. Scientists use genetically modified organisms to protect crops and add variety to certain foods. Some people believe that the genetic modification of foods affects food safety. Corporations that produce genetically modified foods point to hundreds of studies that guarantee safety. California voters will soon make a choice about GMO foods labels, and both sides are spending millions of dollars to influence their decisions. The result of the ballot initiative will reverberate throughout the nation. Please mark the correct premise regarding the proponents of Proposition 37 in California who hope that their efforts will compare to those of advocates of GMO labeling in other states:
A
California hopes they will be as successful as advocates in other states.
B
California hopes successes in other states will create momentum for their efforts in California.
C
California hopes they will have more money to campaign, comparing to their counterparts in other states.
D
California hopes they will be more successful than advocates in other states.
Question 41 Explanation: 
California hopes they will be more successful than advocates in other states.
Question 42
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  Corporations that produce sugarfree and low-fat products point to hundreds of studies that show that they are safe.
A
Corporations that produce sugarfree and low-fat products point to hundreds of studies that show that they are safe.
B
Sugarfree and low-fat products corporations point to hundreds of studies that show that they are safe.
C
Corporations point to hundreds of studies that show sugar-free and low-fat products are safe.
D
Food corporations argue that hundreds of studies that show that they are safe.
Question 42 Explanation: 
The best answer is "Corporations point to hundreds of studies that show sugar-free and low-fat products are safe".
Question 43
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  Some countries such as Macedonia have many natural resources.
A
 countries such as Macedonia
B
 countries, such as Macedonia
C
 countries, such as Macedonia,
D
 countries, such as Macedonia;
Question 43 Explanation: 
The best answer is "countries, such as Macedonia,".
Question 44
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat.When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk.In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve.Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark what you consider to be the main idea of this passage:
A
The increase in harvesting of the Ovamel fir tree has provoked a significant decline of the monarch butterfly population in North America.
B
Monarch butterflies migrate from Canada and the United States to Mexico, where they spend the winter in a fir-tree forest.
C
In 2008 scientists, predicted that monarch butterflies will soon become endangered, then extinct.
D
The economic crisis has caused Mexican landowners to harvest Ovamel fir trees for sale, rather than only for personal use.
Question 44 Explanation: 
The correct answer is " The increase in harvesting of the Ovamel fir tree has provoked a significant decline of the monarch butterfly population in North America".
Question 45
What kind of variable is a variable that affects the data collected but is not accounted for or demonstrated in the statistical measure of the data?
A
Stealth variable
B
Lurking variable
C
Independent variable
D
Dependent variable
Question 45 Explanation: 
The correct answer is "Lurking variable".
Question 46
If Gemma invests $4,000 for five years and her investment earns 12% interest, compounding annually, what will it be worth at the end of her investment period?
A
$6,000.00
B
$6,400.00
C
$6,943.66
D
$7,049.37
Question 46 Explanation: 
The correct answer is $7,049.37.
Question 47
What is the greatest common factor of 30 and 60?
A
30
B
60
C
90
D
10
Question 47 Explanation: 
The correct answer is 30.
Question 48
Please mark the mode for this set of numbers: 27, 29, 26, 25, 24, 22, 26, 21, 23, 28
A
25.5
B
26
C
25.1
D
22
Question 48 Explanation: 
The mode for the number set is 26.
Question 49
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  Sexism is considered to be a problem even though anti-discriminatory policies are considerably effective.
A
is considered to be
B
is likely
C
is
D
should be
Question 49 Explanation: 
The best answer is "is".
Question 50
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  The Amnesty International has offered a proposal to the government. However, this institution released a statement in April 2018 stating that it would withhold the proposal because of concerns of a possible crisis.
A
has offered
B
have offered
C
offers
D
offered
Question 50 Explanation: 
The best answer is "offered".
Question 51
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark the logical inference from this sentence, "If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico.” 
A
Some scientists cannot predict the collapse of the ecosystem though they study the area.
B
Further efforts need to be made so the butterflies would be protected.
C
The monarch butterflies could become extinct in Mexico but remain in other countries.
D
Current efforts have proven to be quite successful
Question 51 Explanation: 
The reader can conclude that some scientists, though not all of them, have predicted the collapse of the ecosystem.
Question 52
The division of Ben's company that he oversees contains 18 employees whose total salary last year was $855,000. The average salary of all company employees with the same level of responsibility and qualifications is $50,000. Is Ben's department above or below the company average?
A
Below by 20%
B
Above by 10%
C
Below by 5%
D
Above by 15%
Question 52 Explanation: 
The average salary of a worker in Ben's department is $47,500, which is 5% below the company average.
Question 53
Please mark the best answer regarding the rewording of the italicizes portion. Choose option A if you consider the original wording as the best one.  Macedonia and Greece have been locked in a territorial dispute since the 1990s.
A
have been locked
B
are locked
C
will be locked
D
had been locked
Question 53 Explanation: 
The best answer is "have been locked".
Question 54
What is 60% as a simple fraction in lowest terms?
A
6/10
B
3/5
C
60/100
D
4/10
Question 54 Explanation: 
60% as a simple fraction in lowest terms is 3/5.
Question 55
A box of chocolates contains 11  chocolate balls, 13  choco sticks, 8 truffles, and 9 mints. David takes a choco stick from the bag. What is the probability that the next piece of candy taken will be a choco stick or a chocolate ball?
A
1/2
B
12/21
C
50/50
D
23/40
Question 55 Explanation: 
The probability that the next piece of candy taken will be a chocolate ball or a choco stick is 23/40.
Question 56
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark the most appropriate conclusion regarding the threat to monarch butterflies according to the author's tone:
A
t has developed gradually and is not yet significant.
B
Scientists have noticed recently though it has probably been developing for some time.
C
It began in 2008.
D
The crisis came almost instantly so it must be addressed immediately.
Question 56 Explanation: 
The crisis regarding the decline in the population of monarch butterflies in Mexico came almost instantly so it must be addressed immediately.
Question 57
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico.Please mark what you consider to be the most logical conclusion regarding the conservation efforts in Mexico:  
A
Conservation efforts have stalled the decline in the monarch butterfly population.
B
Conservation efforts have been initiated but were not effective.
C
Many people have resisted to conservation efforts in Mexico.
D
Scientists are looking forward to constructing a conservation plan in the near future.
Question 57 Explanation: 
The reader can conclude that conservation efforts have been initiated but were not effective.
Question 58
Gemma’s Canned Fruits, Inc. wants the color of each can of fruits to be purple, including the bottom and the top. If the diameter of the lid (l) is 5 cm, and the height of the can (h) is 9 cm, what is the approximate total surface area for each can that needs to be colored blue?
A
166.8 cm²
B
166.8 cm³
C
180.6 cm²
D
180.6 cm³
Question 58 Explanation: 
The approximate total surface area for each can is 180.6 cm².
Question 59
Please mark the median for this set of numbers:  $3.27, $9.42, $6.15, $5.25, $7.62, $4.86, $2.94, $1.16
A
$6.15
B
$4.07
C
$5.45
D
$5.70
Question 59 Explanation: 
The median in this set of numbers is $5.70.
Question 60
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark what you consider to be the assumption of this author regarding the readers of the text:
A
The reader is familiar with the oyamel tree.
B
The reader has seen satellite images of the deforestation in Mexico.
C
The reader knows what a butterfly is.
D
The reader is Canadian.
Question 60 Explanation: 
The author assumes that the reader knows what a butterfly is.
Question 61
The test scores for eight students are 97, 94, 98, 97, 89, 92, 68 and 96. What would the seventh score be considered?
A
Outlier
B
Mean
C
Mode
D
Standard deviation
Question 61 Explanation: 
An outlier is a piece of data that is atypical from the rest of its data.
Question 62
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico.Please mark the logical comparison regarding the way residents have used Oyamel fir trees in the past and now:
A
In the past, the trees were used only for personal needs, but now residents sell the wood to others to earn money.
B
The trees were not often used in the conservation biosphere in the past, but now residents use those trees as well.
C
The increase in population has caused cutting more trees than in the past.
D
Residents used to earn money by selling wood from the trees, now the government finances them so they don’t cut the trees.
Question 62 Explanation: 
In the past, the trees were used only for personal needs, but now, in order to support themselves financially, residents sell the wood to others to earn money.
Question 63
Please mark the area of a circle whose diameter is 10 cm:
A
78.5 cm2
B
100 cm2
C
7.8 cm2
D
20 cm2
Question 63 Explanation: 
If the diameter of a circle is 10 cm, its area is 78.5 cm2.
Question 64
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark the environmental issue that caused a decline in the population of the monarch butterfly, aside deforestation:
A
Air pollution from expanding population centers.
B
A prolonged drought.
C
An extended growing season.
D
Warmer temperatures during winter.
Question 64 Explanation: 
Besides deforestation, the decline in the population of the monarch butterfly is caused by a prolonged drought.
Question 65
Susan is packing the plates from his bistro into boxes because the restaurant is moving. He packs his plates into boxes until each box is completely full and has an equal number of plates in each. If after 10 minutes, one box contains 22 plates, and it takes 2 hours to fill up a box, how many plates must each box hold?
A
164
B
264
C
462
D
162
Question 65 Explanation: 
Each box must hold 264 plates.
Question 66
Simplify the following expression:4(4x - 8x + 5)
A
16x +20
B
16x - 20
C
?16x + 20
D
?16x - 20
Question 66 Explanation: 
4(4x - 8x + 5) can be simplified as ?16x + 20.
Question 67
Every euro spent on foreign aid buys five gallons of clean water to distribute to people in need. Out of every five gallons of clean water intended for people in need, two gallons are lost due to environmental factors, transportation problems, and conflict. If Belgium spends $12 million on foreign aid in one year, how much of that money would actually make it to the people in need if spent on water?
A
$7.2 million
B
$6.5 million
C
$7 million
D
$8 million
Question 67 Explanation: 
The correct answer is $7.2 million.
Question 68
If Sweden spends $1 billion a year on foreign aid and, of that money, 55% contributes to human rights improvements, 25% contributes to HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention, and 5% contributes to infrastructure improvements, how much money of the foreign aid budget is left to spend on food and water?
A
$150 billion
B
$150,000
C
$1.5 million
D
$150 million
Question 68 Explanation: 
The correct answer is $150 million.
Question 69
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark the time of year when butterflies are in Canada:
A
Winter
B
Spring
C
Summer
D
B and C
Question 69 Explanation: 
Monarch butterflies overwinter in Mexico, and then they are in Canada in the spring and summer.
Question 70
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico. Please mark the appropriate reason for the decreasing of the ovamel fir tree:
A
Severe drought has led to the death of many trees.
B
There is no conservation plan in place to protect the trees.
C
Scientists were not aware of the need to maintain the forests.
D
Residents started to use the trees as means of making a livelihood rather than using them for personal needs.
Question 70 Explanation: 
Residents started to use the trees as means of making a livelihood rather than using them for personal needs.
Question 71
Please mark the distance in kilometers between cities who are 500 miles apart:
A
295 km
B
375 km
C
805 km
D
695 km
Question 71 Explanation: 
A distance of 500 miles is approximately 805 kilometers long.
Question 72
Please mark the circumference of a circle whose radius is 3 cm:
A
1.8 cm
B
84 cm
C
18.84 cm
D
Not enough data.
Question 72 Explanation: 
If the radius of a circle is 3 cm, its circumference is approximately 18.84 cm
Question 73
A group interested in the result of an upcoming ballot initiative about the public school system is conducting a poll to find the likely outcome. They randomly selected registered voters with school-age children from the voting population. The first question in the poll ascertains whether or not the participant is a likely voter and only those people who plan to vote are asked to complete the poll. What is the flaw in this sample?
A
Using random selection
B
There is no flaw.
C
Voter registration status
D
Parental status
Question 73 Explanation: 
Choosing a sample group that has only voters who have school-age children produces results of how intended voters with the greatest interest in the issue are likely to vote, but not how all intended voters are likely to vote.
Question 74
The World Wildlife Foundation recently reports that the number of monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has declined drastically. Although extreme drought conditions have dried up nectar plants monarch butterflies rely on for food. The destruction of their overwintering grounds also poses a considerate threat. When monarch butterflies arrive in Mexico from Canada and the United States, they converge on oyamel fir trees. The trees provide shelter to monarch butterflies they are also essential to the communities that surround the forests. In the past, residents used the wood for cooking and heating, but recently, they have begun to sell it in order to support their livelihoods. As a result of logging oyamel fir trees, the habitat of the monarch butterfly population has shrunk. In 2008, scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the degradation of oyamel fir forests. Officials from Canada, Mexico, and the United States met to quickly develop a monarch butterfly conservation plan. A key feature of the plan focused on protecting the monarch butterflies’ habitat. Mexico agreed to enforce a ban on logging within the Monarch Biosphere Bio Reserve. Despite various conversation efforts, including paying landowners for logging rights, the monarch butterfly population continues to decline. There was a 28 percent reduction in numbers of butterflies overwintering in Mexico. If further efforts are not made, some scientists predict the total collapse of the ecosystem that supports monarch butterflies in Mexico.Please mark the research which provoked the officials from Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. to create a conservation plan for the monarch butterfly: 
A
Information about the need for increased income from logging in some parts of Mexico.
B
Observations that there seemed to be fewer butterflies in Mexico during winter.
C
Satellite images of fir tree forests in Mexico.
D
The announcement that the ecosystem in Mexico had collapsed.
Question 74 Explanation: 
Scientists used satellite imagery to illustrate the decline of the Ovamel fir forests in Mexico
Question 75
A natural disaster cut a town off from its water supply. In order to survive, people must consume two quarts of clean water per day. How many gallons of water must be transported if an agency is going to deliver a three-day supply of clean water for each person and there are 32,684 residents in total?
A
49,026 gallons
B
65,368 gallons
C
98,052 gallons
D
16,342 gallons
Question 75 Explanation: 
Each of the 32,684 residents in total should receive one and one half-gallons of clean water, which equals 49,026 gallons of water.
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