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1
Divide 110 into two parts so that one will be 150 percent of the other. What are the 2 numbers?
55 and 45
46 and 64
44 and 66
2
A box of candy bars can be divided equally (without cutting anything) among 2, 3, or 7 people. What is the least number of candy bars the box could contain?
40
41
42
3
Bob is ten years older than his brother Stan. There was a time when Bob was three times as old as Stan. What was Stan's age when Bob was three times as old?
Stan was 3 years old and Bob was 12 years old.
Stan was 5 years old and Bob was 15 years old.
Stan was 4 years old and Bob was 11 years old.
4
A two-digit number when read from left to right, is 4.5 times less than the same number read from right to left. What is the number?
14
16
18
5
If 3 salesman can sell three stoves in 7 minutes, how many stoves can six salesmen sell in seventy minutes?
50
60
40
6
Which number when added to 5/4 gives the same result as when it is multiplied by 5/4?
5
3
7
7
What is the number that is 5 more than the number which is one-fifth of one-fifth of one-half of 1050?
24
26
23
8
A car company sold 150 cars in a special 6-day tent sale offer. Each day the company sold 6 more cars than the day before. How many cars were sold on the 6th day?
50
30
40
9
Take the number of your fingers (10) multiplied by the number of you toes (10) divided by one half and add it to the number of months in a year. What is the total?
212
214
216
10
A mother and father have six sons and each son has one sister. How many people are in that family?
7
9
5
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