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1. Technical analysis refers to the study of financial market price action in order to attempt to forecast future prices. This tool has become very popular for amateur traders, who after a few introductory videos are able to learn what they consider to be an adequate level of knowledge. However, 80% of amateur traders lose money. It thus stands to reason that learning the basics of technical analysis does not prepare you for personal investing. People are often very overconfident in their own abilities, and overconfidence as we can see can be very dangerous.
Which of the following best expresses the main conclusion of the above passage?CorrectIncorrect
2. My street has houses with numbers starting with 1,2, 3… etc, on one side, until the end of the street is reached upon where the houses on the opposite side continue but in the opposite direction. The largest number on this street is thus opposite the first number. If my house is number 19, and I am opposite to house number 28, then how many houses are on my street?CorrectIncorrect
3. Robotic engineering is a relatively new field of engineering, one that is going to be increasingly important in society as we come to rely more heavily on automation. The field is predicted to have some of the highest paid salaries for future engineers, and thus students are lining up for seats at engineering universities in this field. This field of engineering combines many topics from other fields of engineering. It is thus a fact that students who want to pursue this field of study should enjoy mechanical, electrical and computer engineering if they are going to be driven to complete this difficult degree.
Which of the following is an assumption that the argument rests upon?CorrectIncorrect
4. In my class all the students went to another country for their vacation. I created a pie chart that closely matches the allocation of students to the country that they visited. Which option correctly states how many students went to each country? There are 200 students in my yearCorrectIncorrect
5. Overfishing is probably one of our biggest and most terrible crimes against the sea in modern times. Experts estimate that in a few decades we will have reduced the quantity of Salmon, Tuna and Swordfish by 90% in the worlds oceans. This is catastrophic for the marine ecosystem, and there is thus no doubt that we must do everything in our power to stop this development. So next time you decide to go out with your boat, leave the fishing rod at home!
Which of the following expresses the main flaw in the argument?CorrectIncorrect
6. I place a 400 mL bucket outside to measure the amount of rainfall for the night. The bucket is filled to 25% capacity in one hour. In 3 hours it is filled to 50% capacity. I then remove 10%. It is then filled to 75% capacity, after which I remove the same amount of water. How much water is in the bucket at this point?CorrectIncorrect
7. In Europe we are told that we should be mindful of our environmental impact, and that we should adjust our lifestyles to ensure a smaller carbon footprint. However, Europe makes up a very small percent of carbon emissions. It is thus of minor importance that Europeans change their habits regarding carbon emissions.
Which of the following best describes the principle of the above argument?CorrectIncorrect
8. The Dervy Stadium has 30 rows of seats and the following prices per seat based on which row they are located in.
Front rows £30
Middle rows £20
Back rows £15
Every row in this stadium has 20 seats, all of which were sold out. Total revenues for the night was £12,000 of which half came from the middle row. There are twice as many back rows as there are front rows. How many rows are located in the front of the stadium?CorrectIncorrect
9. In a store a selection of products are observed. Joobs are a type of candy, and all flums are joobs. No flums are gloops. Which option below is definitely correct?CorrectIncorrect
10. Electric vehicles are considered by many as the answer to reducing carbon emissions. The basis for this hypothesis is that by running vehicles on electricity as appose to fossil fuels, we will be able to drastically cut down on emissions sourced from the burning of fossil fuels. What many experts miss however is that much of our electricity is sourced from the burning of fossil fuels.
Which of the following can be drawn as a conclusion to this passage?CorrectIncorrect
11. The Fiscal Multiplier is a ratio in economics which was proposed by which famous economist?CorrectIncorrect
12. Which of the following historical events happened most recently?CorrectIncorrect
13. Crime and Punishment was written by which author?CorrectIncorrect
14. Which of the following historical figures is paired with the incorrect country of their primary association?CorrectIncorrect
15. The International Monetary Fund is headquartered in which city?CorrectIncorrect
16. Which country is not a member of the European Union?CorrectIncorrect
17. What year was the Italian monarchy abolished?CorrectIncorrect
18. Which of the following is the Roman god of war?CorrectIncorrect
19. Which of the following territories is incorrectly paired with the country to which it belongs?CorrectIncorrect
20. Which of the following languages is not an Indo-European language?CorrectIncorrect
21. Which option below is correctly described in the table regarding the circled region of this amino acid?CorrectIncorrect
22. All of the following can cross the inner mitochondrial membrane except one. Which of the items below cannot cannot cross the inner membrane to reach the matrix?CorrectIncorrect
23. Which of the following statements regarding bacteria are true?
- Only gram negative bacteria are associated with human disease
- Gram positive bacteria have a thicker peptidoglycan cell wall than gram negative
- Gram positive bacteria have a nucleus that will stain purple while gram negative have one that will stain pink
24. Below are shown some hepatocytes. Which of the following statements is/are true regarding these cells?
- They produce glucagon
- They contain the genes for insulin
- They have cell walls that allow for a hexagonal shape
25. Regarding rabbits, being black (B) is dominant to being white (b), and being long haired (L) is dominant to being short haired (l).
A female rabbit is heterozygous for both traits mates with a male that is also heterozygous for both traits. Both the B and L assort independently/.
What is the likelihood of getting a black long-haired offspring?CorrectIncorrect
26. Which of the following chromosome counts are correct for a human cell cycle?CorrectIncorrect
27. Which of the following options lists the steps in the digestive process in the correct order?CorrectIncorrect
28. Which of the following are features of the organelle showed below?
- Has RNA that can code for more than one protein
- Contains a membrane that is not freely permeable to ions
- Contains linear DNA
29. Which of the following are not a feature of alveoli?CorrectIncorrect
30. Which option is a feature of smooth musclesCorrectIncorrect
31. Luteinizing hormone is released in which of the following stagesCorrectIncorrect
32. A viral genome can have which of the following features?
- single stranded DNA
- double stranded RNA
- single stranded RNA
- double stranded DNA
33. Which of the following is not a proteinCorrectIncorrect
34. Which is not a feature of the chloroplastCorrectIncorrect
35. Place the following in ascending order of size.
- Escherichia Coli
- Herpes virus
36. Which element would end in a s1 electron configuration. The elements atomic numbers are listed belowCorrectIncorrect
37. Below are some compounds. How many strong acids and strong bases are there in total?CorrectIncorrect
38. Below are some stages in an organic reaction, with some of the products and processes replaced by letters. Choose the option that correctly matches the letters to their correct products or processesCorrectIncorrect
39. Which of the following phosphate containing salts is possible?CorrectIncorrect
40. An 840 kg sample of a compound contains 50% lead(II) sulphide. What is the maximum amount of lead that can be obtained from this sample?
[Ar: Pb = 207 S = 32]CorrectIncorrect
41. Element Y is a naturally occurring element. It is more reactive than element X which is in the same group as element Y, but element Y has more protons. Element X can bind ionically with element Z which is a halogen, and this bond is 1:1. Element X is not hydrogen. What element could element Y be?CorrectIncorrect
42. A bottle of carbonated beverage is opened and a gas is released. This is due to…CorrectIncorrect
43. Which of the following reactions are redox reactions?
- HCl + NaOH → NaCl + H₂O
- MnO₂ + 4HCl → MnCl₂ + Cl₂ + 2H₂O
- Pb(NO₃)₂ + 2KI → PbI₂ + 2KNO₃
- CH₄ + 2O₂ → CO₂ + 2H₂O
44. Which statements below is/are correct?
I: Temperature increase increases the activation energy of a reaction
II: Temperature increase increases the collision frequency of a reaction
III: A catalyst increases the activation energy of a reactionCorrectIncorrect
45. Which of the following molecules have a T shaped molecular geometry?
46. The following element has a few features regarding its atomic structure. Which option correctly states them?CorrectIncorrect
47. A teaspoon of C₆H₅COOH was added to universal indicator which was originally coloured green. What could be the colour of the indicator after the addition of the chemical?CorrectIncorrect
48. Solid Ar atoms are held together by…CorrectIncorrect
49. Which of the following statements regarding covalent bonds are true?
I: double bonds are twice as strong as single bonds
II: the distance between two carbons in a double bond is less than the distance between two carbons in a single bond
III: Ionic bonds are always stronger than covalent bondsCorrectIncorrect
50. Which of the following ions have a negative charge with magnitude 1?
- I. Cyanide
- II. Nitrate
- III. Carbonate
- IV. Phosphate
- V. Acetate
51. Which of the following are vector quantities?
IV: Magnetic Field Strength
52. Simplify the following…CorrectIncorrect
53. Calculate the energy dissipation at a resistor when a current of 0.2A flows through and the potential difference of 18V is applied for 10 minutes. Give your answer in kilojoules.CorrectIncorrect
54. A new credit system has been implemented where scores can range from 1 to 100 (100 being the most credit worthy). Scores are always given as whole numbers. If the mean score of 5 individuals is 11, then what is the maximum range of scores for these individuals?CorrectIncorrect
55. An 8cm³ box is submerged in a fluid. The bottom of the box experiences 108kPa while the top experiences 106kPa? Which fluid is the box submerged in?
Fluid A: colour: red Volume: 100 litres ρ: 10,000 kg/m³
Fluid B: colour: blue Volume: 200 litres ρ: 12,000 kg/m³
Fluid C: colour: green Volume: 250 litres ρ: 7,000 kg/m³
Fluid D: colour: orange Volume: 50 litres ρ: 12,000 kg/m³
Fluid E: colour: blue Volume: 100 litres ρ: 15,000 kg/m³CorrectIncorrect
56. Which of the following options below is equivalent to the expression below?
2lna – ln(a + 1) + ln(a² + 4a + 3)CorrectIncorrect
57. Which of the following are true?
- Heat travels by conduction and convection through space
- Decreasing surface area increases pressure
- The resistance of a wire increases as voltage increases
58. Which of the following are true?
- The value of π is around 3.14
- The value of e is around 2.72
- The volume of a cone is given by
59. If 1050N of force is applied to the right of a 25kg box and 150N is applied to the left, what acceleration will the box have?CorrectIncorrect
60. The following cylinder is enclosed in a 64cm3 cube so that the top and bottom perfectly touch the cube. If the diameter of the cylinder is 4cm, how much water could we store in the cylinder assuming it is hollow?CorrectIncorrect