# 360-Degree IQ Test

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360-Degree IQ Test

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Car is moving backward. Its wheels are moving _______ if you are looking it from the left.

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When length of a square increases two times, its area increases

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15 is the 25% of 50% of what

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A is greater than B and less than C whereas C and D are equal. Which statement is false.

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2 cats catch 2 mice in 20 seconds. How many mice will be caught by cats in 100 seconds if 5 cats are participating in this activity.

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A is three times greater than B. Half of D is equal to B. C is two times greater than D. Keeping in mind the above terms and conditions, choose the false statement

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A is the mother of B whereas C is the sister of B. Father of C is D. What is A to D.

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There are three circles of different diameters but having same center.

Radius of circle A is 2-times greater than that of B. Radius of B is 2-times greater than that of C. Which one of the following statements is false.

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While looking into the mirror, you touch your left elbow with your right hand. It seems

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Two sheep are equal to one goat. 2 goats and one sheep are equal to one donkey. Two sheep and one donkey are equal to one horse. Two horses are equal to how many goats?

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There are three digits A, B and C. When 1/3 of B is added to A and subtracted from C, all the digits become same. What is the value of A and C respectively.

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A, B, C and D are four unknown digits. Average of A and B is equal to average of C and D. Average of B and D is greater than average of A and B whereas average of A and D is less than average of A and B. Which digit has maximum value?

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In a long jump competition, 6 athletes A, B, C, D, E and F are taking part to win the competition. Athlete A jumps longer than D and shorter than B. Athlete C jumps shorter than A and longer than D. Athlete D jumps longer than E and shorter than F. Athlete A jumps longer than F. Who is the winner?

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Half of 20% of A is greater than half of the 40% of B. Keeping in view the above statement, which one the following statement is true.

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Bs brother is also brother of C whereas D is the sister C. In this case, grand-father of B is ______ of D.

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One dog is equal to 3 cats whereas 2 cats are equal to 5 mice. How many dogs are equal to 30 mice

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Twice of 20% of 200 plus 10% of 50% of 200 is

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A, B, C and D are four unknown digits. Find the value of A on following terms and conditions.

1.) Sum of B and C is twice greater than sum of A and D.

2.) B is twice greater than D.

3.) Sum of all digits is 81.

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Sum and difference of two unknown digits are multiplied. If the resultant is 27, what is the value of larger digit?

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A and B are equal. C and D are unequal. Which one of the following statements is true.

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B is the mother of C and D. A is the daughter of D. What is the brother of A to B.

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Martin is one-fourth of his father’s age. 4 years before his father’s age was 32. What will be the age of Martin after 5 years?

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Sara is 10 years less than 1/4 th of her father’s age. What will be the age of Sara after 3 years if 5 years before her father was 55 years old.

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Your father’s father and my father’s father are brothers. It means

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If 2 cats catch 2 mice in 4 minutes, how many cats will catch 96 mice in 12 minutes.

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Bareeza is 20 years old. Her mother’s age is twice greater than that of Bareeza,s age. After how many years Bareeza will be 2/3 of her mother’s age.

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Seven students A, B, C, D, E, F and G are living in a single room. They sleep on the following terms and conditions.

1.) A sleeps when D or F sleeps

2.) F sleeps only when B sleeps

3.) E sleeps when C and G both sleep

4.) C and G sleep when D sleeps

5.) D sleeps when F sleeps

Which one should sleep first so that all the students could sleep.

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Twice of what is equal to thrice of 24?

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Daughter’s current age is 6 years which is 1/5 th of her mother’s age. After how many years mother’s age will be three times greater than daughter’s age.

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In a race competition, 6 athletes A, B, C, D, E and F are running in a way that

1.) A is running faster than B

2.) C is running slower than D

3.) E is running faster than F

4.) B is running faster than both D and E.

Keeping in mind the above scenario, who will win the race?

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Student A has to study five different subjects in a week on the following conditions.

ⅰ.) He studies physics just before chemistry

ⅱ.) He studies English before history and physics

ⅲ.) He studies biology after physics and just before history

Choose the subject he will study just after the Chemistry.

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