Multiple choice question
Each multiple-choice question tends to have 4 or 5 answer choices and one has to choose the best one out of them. There will always be only one correct answer among the choices.
If 52/z is a positive integer, how many integer values are possible for z?
Answer – The factors of 52 are:
• 1 & 52
• 2 & 26
• 4 & 13
Since the negative values cannot be considered for 52/z to be positive, there are 6 factors, so the answer is (B).
Multiple answer question
Each multiple answer question will have a minimum of 3 choices and a maximum of 10 choices. One has to select all the questions that apply. There will be a minimum of one correct answer and a maximum of all the choices being correct.
(p)^11 (q)^14 (r)^9 > 0. Which of the following statements must be true?
Select all such statements.
pq is negative
pqr is positive
pr is positive
pq is negative: for p11q14r9 to be positive, given that q4 will always be positive, it is not necessary for pq to be negative. pq can be negative when either p or q is negative, but among the two, only the q can be negative, as making p negative will make p11q14r9 negative.
pqr is positive: given that q and r must be positive in all cases, and q can be either positive or negative, it is not necessary for pqr to be positive
pr is positive: since p and r must be positive, pr must be positive. This is the only correct choice (Correct)
Numerical entry type question
This type of question must be answered by typing the answers directly on the text box. The answer will be marked correct only if it is precise to the exact decimal figure asked in the question.
In a certain election race, all of the 7,700 votes were cast for either Mr. Daniel or Mr. Lewis. If votes for Mr. Daniel and votes for Mr. Lewis were cast in a 4 to 3 ratio, how many votes were cast for Mr. Daniel?
Answer - 4400
Daniel got 4 parts of the votes and Lewis got 3 parts of the votes
Total parts = 7
Votes per part = 1100
Votes for Daniel = 4400 (the number must be typed on the box)