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Sorry, I couldn't make a translated test because some of the questions must be in English to make sense. However, I tried to translate some words
Are You Smart?
Which one of these five is least like the other four?
2.
3.
Which number should come next?
144, 121, 100, 81, 64 ?
1.
HAND is to Glove as HEAD is to
Horse
People cover their hand using the glove. So the question is about a thing that people use to cover their head => Hat is the thing
17
It is easy to realize that the numbers are going down and they are the numbers 12, 11, 10, 9, 8,.. squared => the answer is the 7 squared, which is 49
Every animal of choices stands on four lags.
The only animal from the list that uses just two lags is the
Kangaroo
Hair
Kangaroo
19
Hat
Cow
36
Neck
Donkey
49
Earring
Deer 50
Hairpin
A pie can be cut into more than seven pieces by making only four diameter cuts through its center
5.
Two ducks and two dogs have a total of fourteen legs.
6.
Two of the following numbers add up to thirteen?
1, 6, 3, 5, 11
4.
The duck has two lags, so two ducks have four lags. The  dog has four lags, so two dogs have 8 lags. The sum of the lags is 4 +_8= 12. That is not 14
False
If we wanted to cut the pie to 6 pieces. we would cut it to three diameter cuts, but if we wanted more we would have to cut is to more than that
True
False
There is no way to add any two numbers of the numbers given to get thirteen
8.
What is the minimum number of toothpicks necessary to spell the word "HAT". (You are not allowed to break or bend any toothpicks.)
Which one of the fivemakes the best comparison?
FWAWWFA is to 9323392 as AFFWWAF is to:
9.
What is coming next?
1, 5, 13, 29, __
7.
61
1 + 4 =5, let's try this formula:
The number + 4A = the next
A is from 1,2,3,4,5 ...
1+4(1)=5, 5+4(2)= 13, 13+4(3)=29, => 29 + 4(4) =
61
(toothpicks:????? ????? ???????) (comparison: ??????)
5
2933239
50
6 By comparing the two: F => 9, W => 3, A => 2. Exchange the letters in "AFFWWAF" with the corresponding numbers from the comparison => 2993329
339AA29
The "H" needs 3 toothpicks to be drown, the "A" needs 3, and the "T" needs 2 => 3 + 3 + 2 = 8
38
7
9223392
41
8
2993329
67
9
92WA999
Ann is taller than Jill, and Kelly is shorter than Ann. Which of the following statements would be most accurate?
11.
A boy is four years old and his sister is three times as old as he is. When the boy is 12 years old, how old will his sister be?
10.
12.
A car traveled 28 miles in 30 minutes. How many miles per hour was it traveling?
Kelly is taller than Jill
16 28
If the car is traveling 28 miles in 30 minutes => its speed in milies per hours is the (60 min x 28)/ 30 = 56
This problem was the problem of the first week, and that time Ali Khadour was the only one who solved it.To see the solution Click here
Kelly is shorter than Jill
20 36
Kelly is as tall as Jill
24 56
It's imposible to tell
28 58
32 62
Which number should come next? 64, 16, 4, 1, ?
13.
Sue is both the 50th best and the 50th worst student at her school. How many students attend her school?
14.
Ten people can paint 60 houses in 120 days, so five people can paint 30 houses in:
15.
1/16
Every person can paint 60/10 =6 houses in 120 days => five people can paint in 120 days 5 x 6 houses = 30 house => It is going to take them 120 days to do that job
If she is the 50th best => 49 students are better than her, and if she is the 50th worst => 49 students are worse than her => the students that are better than her + the students that are worse than her + herself = 49 + 49 + 1= 99 15 Days
The next number is the number multiplied by 1/4
64 x 1/4 = 16, 16 x 1/4 = 4,..., 1/4 x 1/4 =
1/6
50
1/12
30 Days
75
1/8
60 Days
99
1/2
120 Days
100
1
101
Two cars start off at the same point on a straight road facing opposite directions. Each car drives for six miles, takes a left turn, and drives for eight miles. How far apart are the two cars?
17.
18.
What number is one half of one quarter of one tenth of 800?
Which word best completes the analogy: Water is to glass as letter is to...
16.
2
(analgy:?????)
Mail
5
Stamp
800 x 1/2 x 1/4 x 1/10 = 10
2 Miles
We put water in a glass, and the same we put the letter in an envelope
8
Pen
16 Miles
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10
Book
20 Miles
40
Envelope
24 Miles
21.
19.
Which one of the letters does not belong in the following series:
D - F - H - J - K - N - P - R
Eleven dogs, nine cats, three horses, and five birds. How many legs do they have?
20. Mike, six years old, is twice as old as his brother.  How old will Mike be when he is one and a half times as old as his brother?
J
100
It is a letters sequence. The letters are in alphabetical order and between the letter and the letter next to it a missing letter. However between J, K there is nothing missing so K is wrong If Mike is six years old => his brother is 3 years old => three years difference is between them => Mike is X and his brother is Y. X - Y = 3, X=1.5Y => Y=6 => X= Mike's age = 9
8
Just count
K
102
9
P
112
10
H 28
12
N 56
23.
Tim's grandfather's son is Mike's dad.
How is Mike related to Tim? (Assume nobody has ever remarried.)
What is the next number in the following series?
16 - 11 - 13 - 8 - 10 - 5 - 7 -
22.
24.
Happiness is to Senipah as 517768399 is to
Senipah is the backwards spilling for the word Happiness, but with eliminating the repeated letters. We can do that to the number 517768399 => 9386715
9386715
Mike is Tim's father Mike's dad could be Tim's Dad or Tim's Uncle. However if Mike's dad is Tim's dad => Mike and Tim are brothers and that is not a choice => the are first cousin
We can realize that the numbers are going down and up. The second number is less than the first by 5, but the third is higher than the second by 2, and then the fourth is less by 5 ... and so.=> the next number should be less than 7 by 5 => 2
9
517768399
Mike is Tim's uncle
10
52667798
Tim is Mike's father
12
993867751
They are first cousins
2
Tim is Mike's uncle
4
25.
26.
is to
as
is to
For the picture sequence above, find the picture that follows logically from one of the six below.
There is symmetry between the squares above. the one on the right top has circle in it and the same is the left bottom on => the blank square should have square in it to be have the same symmetry with the left top one. The inside colors are reversed. Half the circle is blue and half the big square is white, and as we can see the other big square has blue half square and white half circle.
1.
4.
2.
5.
3.
6.
The outside colors are the same thing. Let's apply this symmetry to the blank square. The left half of the big square should be pink and the left half of the small square should be light green. We can stop here and look at the choices. The only choice that is similar to our guess is the third one.
27.
28.
Fill in the white box above with the correct picture from below.
The quadrilateral above has four sides, whose lengths are represented by A, B, C, and D. 
If we wanted to calculate the area of the quadrilateral, which of the lengths must we know to make the calculation? (Area= (the addition of the bases x the height)/2)
Looking at the first row, we can see just ovals. In the second row we can see just squares => the third row should have just circles. In the second row, we have above each square another shape. and at the same row we have the three shapes ( plus sign, triangle, and square). In the second row, there are two white squares and one dark. in the third row we have the opposite => the missing is white circle, and in order for the row to have every shape the missing white circle should have a plus sign => # 1
1.
(quadrilateral: ??? ?????)
We must know all four.
2.
To apply the formula, we need B, D, and C. If we did not know any one of those, we wont be able to use the formula. However if we knew A, we can use math to get the missing side length. So we need any three
Any three of them.
We only need to know A and D.
3.
We only need to know B and D.
None of these answers are right
4.
29.
30.
For the picture sequence above, find the picture that follows logically from one of the five below.
The trick is watching the movement of the dark circles. The dark circle in the bottom left corner of the first square is going up one step in every square. The circle on the top right is going diagonally towered the bottom left corner in one step in every square. The other two are not moving. Thus, the forth square would show the circle that is going up on the top left corner and the other moving circle on the bottom left corner, while the other two are not moving. => The next one is # 2
1.
Fill in the empty box above with the correct picture from below.
2.
This one is just looking at the symmetry
3.
4.
5.
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