SELECTIVE SCHOOL TEST
SELECTIVE SCHOOL TEST
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A ticketing system uses a common digital display of numbers 0-9. The number 7 is showing. However, a number of the light elements are not currently working.
Which set of the following digits is possible?
Astronomers have recently discovered four new planets, with some curious properties.
The planets have been named planet A, B, C and D before their scientific names are
allocated. The four planets are four different colours: red, blue, green and yellow. Each
of them is a different diameter, being one of 5,000km, 10,000km, 15,000km, or
20,000km in diameter. The information known so far is as follows:
- Planet A is blue, but is not the smallest planet.
- The green Planet is the second smallest and is not Planet C.
- Planet C is the second largest planet.
- Planet B is exactly 5,000km larger in diameter than planet D.
- The yellow planet is one alphabet letter after the second smallest planet.
Which of the following correctly describes the size of the planets in ascending
- Blue, Green, Yellow, Red
- D, A, C, B
- D, B, C, A
- Red, Green, Blue, Yellow
It is time to stop sending people on space flights. There are only three purposes for being in space – military, commercial and scientific. Neither the military uses of space (such as missile defence shields) nor the commercial uses (such as communications’ satellites) require manned space flights. Astronauts can carry out scientific research in space, but the results of such research do not justify the expense. And nobody seriously believes now that humans are ever going to live on other planets.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the above argument?
- Manned space flights are not necessary.
- Manned space flights are too dangerous.
- Manned space flights should be discontinued.
- Manned space flights for scientific research are too expensive.
A. We need to take a personal responsibility for our care in old age.
B. Caring for the elderly is a significant burden on the Australian Government
C. The reason people are reluctant to pay for their own care is that they want to pass money onto their offspring.
D. The Australian Government should limit care to the elderly to reduce their costs.CorrectIncorrect