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# Mathematical Intelligence Test Questions by Nathan Haselbauer

There are 25 questions dealing with all aspects of mathematical intelligence. The use of pencil and paper is allowed, but electronic devices such as calculators and computers are not, and your score will not be as accurate if they are used.

Number of questions: 25

Time limit: none

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1. What is the product of the least common multiple and the greatest common factor of 15 and 24?

• 30

• 90

• 180

• 360

• 540

2. 1.28 can also be expressed as:

• 1-1/3

• 32/25

• 128/256

• 16/12

• 49/37

3. Which of the following is less than 1/6?

• 0.1667

• 3/18

• 0.167

• 0.1666

• 8/47

4. Complete the sequence: 2, 3, 3, 5, 10, 13, 39, 43, 172, 177, ____.

5. Which of the following fractions is closest in value to the decimal 0.31?

• 5/16

• 11/32

• 1/4

• 3/8

• 7/16

6. Which of the following numbers is evenly divisible by 6?

• 106

• 124

• 138

• 146

• 152

7. Complete the sequence: 1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21, 28, ____.

8. Find the missing number: 6000, 3000, ___, 750, 325.

9. Which of the following is not a prime number?

• 53

• 59

• 61

• 67

• 74

10. Complete the sequence: 13, 17, 31, 37, 71, 73, 79, 97, 107, ___.

11. What is the greatest integer that will divide evenly into both 36 and 54?

• 6

• 9

• 12

• 18

• 27

12. If the average of × and 9 is 7, then × equals:

• 3

• 5

• 6

• 7

• 9

13. Complete the sequence: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, ____.

14. In a certain pet store there are 24 gerbils and 9 hamsters. What is the ratio of hamsters to gerbils?

• 1:4

• 1:3

• 3:8

• 2:3

• 3:4

15. If the ratio of boys to girls at a dance is 5:3, and there are 65 boys, how many girls must there be at the dance?

• 13

• 18

• 26

• 36

• 39

16. On a street map, 3/4 of a centimeter represents one kilometer. What distance, in kilometers, is represented by 1-3/4 centimeters?

• 1-1/2

• 2

• 2-1/3

• 2-1/2

• 2-5/8

17. When filled completely with water, which of these 2 cubes would hold the most liquid?

• Cube A would hold the most.

• Cube B would hold the most.

• Both cubes would hold an identical amount.

18. Two hundred percent more than 50 is:

• 100

• 150

• 175

• 200

• 250

19. Thirty percent of 10 is 10 percent of what number?

• 10

• 15

• 30

• 60

• 300

20. The price of gum rises from 5 cents to 15 cents. What is the percent increase in price?

• 50 percent

• 75 percent

• 100 percent

• 150 percent

• 200 percent

21. If 3^x = 81 then x^3 = ?

• 12

• 16

• 64

• 81

• 128

22. Which of the following is not a prime number?

• 5

• 7

• 9

• 11

• 13

23. Find the missing number: 200, 175, 150, ____, 100, 75.

24. What type of triangle has all 3 sides of different lengths and all 3 angles of different sizes?

• Scalene

• Isosceles

• Equilateral

• Acute

• Obtuse

25. Trums are 5 times as long as Gribs. Bods are 10 times as long as Trums. That means:

• Trums are 15 times as long as Bods.

• Bods are 15 times as long as Gribs.

• Bods are 50 times as long as Gribs.

• Gribs are 50 times as long as Bods.

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