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Question 1 of 10
1. Question
Two angles of a triangle measure 80° and 25°. What is the measure for the third angle?
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All angles of a closed triangle add up to 180°. So, the third angle = 180 – (80+25) = 180105. The 3rd angle is then 75°
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All angles of a closed triangle add up to 180°. So, the third angle = 180 – (80+25) = 180105. The 3rd angle is then 75°

Question 2 of 10
2. Question
Edward made a 15% profit on the sale of a minivan, and given the original cost of the minivan was $15,000. How much did he sell it for?
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The buying price was $15,000 and the selling price is 115% of buying price. So the Selling price= 1.15* 15000 = $17,250.00
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The buying price was $15,000 and the selling price is 115% of buying price. So the Selling price= 1.15* 15000 = $17,250.00

Question 3 of 10
3. Question
MacAllen spent 15/16 of his entire fortune in buying a house for $75,000. How much money did he have before buying the house?
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If the house used 15/16 of his saving then we can 75,000=15/16, how much would be a whole 1. Hence it is 1*75,000*16/5 = $80,000.
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If the house used 15/16 of his saving then we can 75,000=15/16, how much would be a whole 1. Hence it is 1*75,000*16/5 = $80,000.

Question 4 of 10
4. Question
Which of the following numbers represents 20% in decimal?
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In decimal, 20% is 20 divided by 100 so 20/100 giving you 0.2
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In decimal, 20% is 20 divided by 100 so 20/100 giving you 0.2

Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Which of the following is the synonym of word acquiesce?
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acquiesce is a word used to allow or permit someone or something to perform a certain task. Some common synonyms of acquiesce are accede, agree, assent, consent, and subscribe.
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acquiesce is a word used to allow or permit someone or something to perform a certain task. Some common synonyms of acquiesce are accede, agree, assent, consent, and subscribe.

Question 6 of 10
6. Question
Filing the count forms is a routine office task. Which of the following words could be used instead of the one in bold?
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Routine are actions that occur in a specific and regular sequence although not permanently timed. A routine is the usual series of things that you do at a particular time from now and then.
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Routine are actions that occur in a specific and regular sequence although not permanently timed. A routine is the usual series of things that you do at a particular time from now and then.

Question 7 of 10
7. Question
There weren’t no pen in the supply store. Correct the words in bold.
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“Weren’t” no can be expanded to “were not no” which would be double negative and hence grammatically incorrect to use. Also, pen is singular and you should use a singular verb was instead of were. The sentence should be “There wasn’t any pen in the supply store”.
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“Weren’t” no can be expanded to “were not no” which would be double negative and hence grammatically incorrect to use. Also, pen is singular and you should use a singular verb was instead of were. The sentence should be “There wasn’t any pen in the supply store”.

Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Assume that your office ordered 14 markers at a total cost of $30.20, and each marker cost the same amount. The cost of one stapler was most nearly?
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If the total amount used was $30.20 the cost of each marker can be calculated by $30.20/14 = $2.15714285714. You can round off the number to the two nearest decimal point which becomes $2.16
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If the total amount used was $30.20 the cost of each marker can be calculated by $30.20/14 = $2.15714285714. You can round off the number to the two nearest decimal point which becomes $2.16

Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Assume that you are a receptionist and your duties are to answer calls, welcome visitors and do other general office work. You are busy with a routine job when several visitors approach your desk. The best action to take is to?
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As a receptionist, you should pause all the work you were on and first deal with the visitors, and only resume the work when you are sure the visitors have been assisted comfortably.
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As a receptionist, you should pause all the work you were on and first deal with the visitors, and only resume the work when you are sure the visitors have been assisted comfortably.

Question 10 of 10
10. Question
Boris can paint a wall in 40 minutes, Susan can paint the same wall in 30 minutes, and Aplhosnse can paint it in 24 minutes. Working together, how much time will it take them to paint the same wall?
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In one minute, each of them can paint 1/40, 1/30, and 1/24. working together can mean 1/40+1/30+1/24= 1/X(the whole wall). so X should be equal to 10 after solving it. hence the answer is 10 minutes.
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In one minute, each of them can paint 1/40, 1/30, and 1/24. working together can mean 1/40+1/30+1/24= 1/X(the whole wall). so X should be equal to 10 after solving it. hence the answer is 10 minutes.