Difficult Intelligence Test

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  • 1
    A triangle is divided into (two) sections by it's height. Angle x measures greater than but not equal to 37 degrees. Angle y then must measure what?
  • 2
    A square with an area of 1600units^2(squared) has a perimeter of what?
  • 3
    An item costs $2 in 2008, if it increases in price at a fixed rate of $5 per year then what will it cost in the year 2015?
  • 4
    Joe's sister Jane has an I.Q. of 135. Joe has an I.Q. of around 120. Bob is one of Joe's friends and has an I.Q. greater than Jane. Rick is Bob's friend and has an I.Q. lower than Bob's but greater than Joe's. In order from lowest I.Q. to greatest I.Q. sort these people.
  • 5
    If you have an I.Q. of one in a million and there are around six billion people in the entire world then how many people share your I.Q.?

    Note: This is speaking theoretically, or what is mathematically probable/possible.
  • 6
    The common sequence of 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 and infinity is commonly known has <blank> Numbers.
  • 7
    3125 64 16 4?
  • 8
    81 9 64 8 49 7 36?
  • 9
    Bob from the question above, has an I.Q. which is one-in-a-thousand. He steps into a room with ten thousand people. Theoretically how many
    people will share his I.Q.?
  • 10
    Joe likes green, not yellow but he likes red. Which of these does he like: blue, purple, or brown?
  • 11
    A A B C E?
  • 12
    Joe divides a pizza in fourths. Then each fourth is divided into thirds how many pieces are there?
  • 13
    I am thinking of a number. It is four digits long, and all the digits in it are odd and prime numbers. The first number is 1/4 of 2 * 3 * 2.
    The second number is the square of the first number subtract 2. The third number divided by the fourth number is 1. The fourth number divided by
    2 equals 1.5. What is this number?
  • 14
    All numbers dividable by two(excluding two itself) are even numbers. And furthermore, all numbers multiplied by two including two are even numbers. True or false?
  • 15
    9 is a prime number?
  • 16
    3 5 2 4 7 9 6?
  • 17
    The oxygen supply of your spacecraft will last for 30 hours. The distance you have to travel is 12 000 000 km in order to automatically get enough oxygen to survive(ignore how outlandish this may seem). The fastest you can travel is 400, 000km/h. Will you make it in time?
  • 18
    You can read at a speed of 450 words per second. On average a page in your book has 50,000 words. You have to read this 230 page book by three hours for whatever reasons. Will you read it in time?
  • 19
    Tuesday is to Mars has Thursday is to?
  • 20
    Chaos is to Set has Order is to?
  • 21
    Horus is to Hawk has Thoth is to?
  • 22
    Dante is to Inferno has Virgil is to?
  • 23
    Theocracy is to God has Kritocracy is to?
  • 24
    Homer is to Moses has Iliad is to?
  • 25
    Feminism is to Misogynist has Humanism is to?
  • 26
    Suicide is to Self has Matricide is to?
  • 27
    Heliocentric is to Sun has Geocentric is to?
  • 28
    When unscrambled what is this word: YRAURBEF a name for?
  • 29
    When unscrambled what is this word: AITPHY a name for?
  • 30
    When unscrambled what is this word: SCISYHPATEM a name for?
  • 31
    Aristotle, Plato, Epicurus, and Thales are all:
  • 32
    Erdos, Newton, Leibniz, Einstein, and Gauss are all:
  • 33
    Russell, Nash, Einstein, and Pauling are all:
  • 34
    Donald Knuth, Alan Turing, Blaise Pascal, and Ada Lovelace are all?
  • 35
    Mercury is to Hermes as Aphrodite is to

Comments (1)

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winpeng175 (93746)
489 days ago
The first question is not answerable as stated.
The second question does not have the correct answer available.