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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Everyone in the officeincluding the manager and the supervisors, ran to the door when the fire alarm rang. Which of the given choices is the correct punctuation for the bold part?
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The modifying phrase inserted between subject and predicate should be used on both sides, hence you have dashes on both sides and not just one.
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The modifying phrase inserted between subject and predicate should be used on both sides, hence you have dashes on both sides and not just one.

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
To no ones surprise, Kelvin had not done his homework. Which is the correct block of words to replace the bold block from the sentence?
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” No one’s ” acts as a possessive pronoun in that statement and hence an apostrophe has to be added between one and s as the correct punctuation.
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” No one’s ” acts as a possessive pronoun in that statement and hence an apostrophe has to be added between one and s as the correct punctuation.

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
After the storm, uprooted crops were laying all over the ground. Which is the correct word(s) to use instead of bold words?
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The correct verb to use in this case is past progressive tense and hence were lying is correct to use for the above scenario.
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The correct verb to use in this case is past progressive tense and hence were lying is correct to use for the above scenario.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
After the old car was repaired it ran perfect again. Replace the bold words with the correct word(s).
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Since the statement is in the past tense, the verb perfect has to be modified to an adverb and hence perfectly should be used.
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Since the statement is in the past tense, the verb perfect has to be modified to an adverb and hence perfectly should be used.

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
“Are there two A’s in Canaan,” asked Soma?. Which is the correct punctuation for bold words?
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In this scenario, the question mark should come inside the quotation marks since Soma who directly asked the question.
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In this scenario, the question mark should come inside the quotation marks since Soma who directly asked the question.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
The first part of the test was on physics, the second on mathematics, and the third on english.. Choose the correct punctuation for bold words.
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English being a major Subject should have its first letter capitalized while mathematics and physics do not require capitalization of their first letter.
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English being a major Subject should have its first letter capitalized while mathematics and physics do not require capitalization of their first letter.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
If Charles can type a page in X minutes, what piece of the page can she do in 5 minutes?
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The question can be written as 1= x what is = 5 and hence its the solution will give you 1*5/X which gives 5/X. So basically Charles can type 5/X pages in those 5 minutes.
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The question can be written as 1= x what is = 5 and hence its the solution will give you 1*5/X which gives 5/X. So basically Charles can type 5/X pages in those 5 minutes.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
One software engineer can develop a small mobile game in 4 hours while another one can develop the same game in 6 hours. How long will it take for both of them to develop the game working together?
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The first engineer can develop 1/4 of the game in just 1 hour while the second engineer can develop 1/6 of the same game in 1 hour. If the time taken by the engineer to develop the game working together is Y then we can say 1/4Y+ 1/6Y = 1 where you get 5/12Y = 1 and further down Y= 2.4 hours which is 2h24mins.
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The first engineer can develop 1/4 of the game in just 1 hour while the second engineer can develop 1/6 of the same game in 1 hour. If the time taken by the engineer to develop the game working together is Y then we can say 1/4Y+ 1/6Y = 1 where you get 5/12Y = 1 and further down Y= 2.4 hours which is 2h24mins.

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
The sales price of a house is $12,590, which is 20% off the original price. What is the original price?
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Original price – 20%(original price)= $12590. So,12590 = 80% of the original price. 12590/0.8 = Original price = $15,737.50
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Original price – 20%(original price)= $12590. So,12590 = 80% of the original price. 12590/0.8 = Original price = $15,737.50

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
If x = 5y and 15y = 3z, then x = ?
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Given that x= 5y then 3x=15y=3z and hence 3x=3z giving x=z.
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Given that x= 5y then 3x=15y=3z and hence 3x=3z giving x=z.