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Basic Numeracy/Quantitative Aptitude

450. In the figure below, ray was constructed starting from rays and . By using a compass, D and G were marked equidistant from E on rays and . The compass was then used to locate a point F, distinct from E, so that F is equidistant from D and G. For all constructions defined by the above steps, the measures of DEF and GEF:

 (a) are equal (b) are NOT equal (c) sum to 30° (d) sum to 45°

451. Abandoned mines frequently fill with water. Before an abandoned mine can be reopened, the water must be pumped out. The size of pump required depends on the depth of the mine. If pumping out a mine that is D feet deep requires a pump that pumps a minimum of

 (a) 362 (b) 500 (c) 800 (d) 1,250

452. The length, in inches, of a box is 3 inches less than twice its width, in inches. Which of the following gives the length, l inches, in terms of the width, w inches, of the box?

 (a) l = 2w + 3 (b) l = w + 3 (c) l = w – 3 (d) l = 2w - 3

453. In quadrilateral PQRS below, sides PS and QR are parallel for what value of x ?

 (a) 158 (b) 132 (c) 120 (d) 110

454. How many irrational numbers are there between 1 and 6 ?

 (a) 1 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) Infinitely many

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