Common entrance exams – Verbal reasoning tests (4)

January 26th, 2012 by Sara

Use the information below to find which one of the statements must be true.

Circle your answer.

58. Sam, Rishi, Carl, Hilary and Jane live in a row of 5 houses.

The houses are numbered from 20, going up in even numbers.

Jane lives next to Rishi.

Hilary lives at number 28.

Sam lives between Rishi and Hilary.

Which of the following statements must be true?

A Jane lives at number 26.

B Carl lives at number 22.

C Sam lives at number 24.

D Carl lives at number 20.

E Rishi lives at number 28.

In the following questions, the letters stand for numbers. Work out the sum and then write the answer as a letter in the brackets.

Example: If A = 1, B = 2, C = 4, D = 10

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

B x C + B = ( D )

59. If A = 6, B = 7, C = 3, D = 24, E = 4

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

B x E - D = ?

60. If A = 35, B = 4½, C = 21, D = 36, E = 2

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

C ÷ E + B + C = ?

61. If A = 4, B = 24, C = 5, D = 32, E = 3

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

C + E x A = ?

62. If A = 10, B = 15, C = 4, D = 25, E = 5

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

D - A x E ÷ B = ?

63. If A = 6, B = 3, C = 30, D = 18, E = 12

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

E ÷ B + A x B = ?

64. If A = 5, B = 8, C = 12, D = 4, E = 3

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

C + E ÷ A = ?

65. If A = 3¼, B = 5¼, C = 4¼, D = ¾, E = 1¼

Write the answer to this sum as a letter:

C - A + C - E = ?

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