A Short IQ test

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10 Questions - Developed by: Mike - Developed on: - 38.838 taken - User Rating: 2.18 of 5.0 - 72 Votes

This is a short, but not so easy test that would surely make you think, rethink, and analyze the questions properly. For this test to be precise and accurate, please refrain from using calculators, pens, papers, and any other resource that could aid you in answering.

  • 1
    “Rats live on no Evil Star” is a/an
    Ambergris
    Hyperbole
    Anagram
    Palindrome
    Quote by William Shakespeare
  • 2
    Rearranging the letters in AMUMESING will give you a/an
    Chemical Element
    Verb
    Section in the library
    Astronaut’s Surname
    Sport
  • 3
    Rearranging the letters in EROVIALIS will give you a
    Famous brand of chocolate
    Scientific name of an animal
    Famous and well-known father
    Name of a Clothing line
    Former Beauty Queen’s name
  • 4
    Rearranging the letters in ATHAPCRUE will give you a/an
    Life Saver
    Type of a wooden stool
    Italian sandwich
    Standard size of a Machinist’s clamp
    Opaque Glass
  • 5
    What is the next letter in the sequence: D-N-X-T-S-E-?
    R
    A
    X
    E
    V
  • 6
    What is the next letter in the sequence: D-A-N-S-R-S-D-L-T-R-C-?
    A
    B
    D
    E
    C
  • 7
    What is the next number in the sequence: 1, 3,25,343,?
    625
    3215
    3125
    5651
    6561
  • 8
    The answer to this algebraic equation: (x-a)(x-b)(x-c)...(x-y)(x-z) is
    A variable
    Impossible to find without assuming values for the variables
    Positive Infinity
    Also an equation with 27 variables
    A Real number
  • 9
    You are on a race and whoever reaches the final point first, wins! At the beginning of the race you were given these series of directions to follow: Walk 20 ft north, 5ft. east, 10 ft west, 11 ft south, 5 ft. West, 1 ft north, 8 ft. East, 5 ft south, 3 ft. West and 7 ft. North. What is the total distance that you should walk to assure victory? (Ignore direction)
    8 ft
    You don't need to leave your initial position
    17 ft
    13 ft
    75 ft
  • 10
    A house is worth $6,000,000 and a very luxurious car is priced at $108,000 both in 2002. If the price of the house depreciates by 20% every year, will it still be more expensive than the car by 2020, assuming that the car does not depreciate or change its value?
    They are of equal price
    No
    Yes
    Impossible to know
    Maybe

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