Test: The I.Q. Test: Second Edition
Description: Well, another I.Q. test is before your eyes. I hope you do well. Most people’s I.Q. is 110 to 115. Can you beat that?
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Which weighs more: A pound of feathers, or a pound of bricks?
They both have the weight of a pound, so the answer is "They weigh the same."
A pound of bricks
A pound of feathers
They weigh the same
What are four coins that make up twenty cents?
The question assumes that the four coins are not coins of the same value. If the four coins were not coins of the same value, then there would be no four coins that could make up twenty cents, and therefore, the correct answer is answer (1)There are none.
There are none
Two nickels and two dimes
Choices 2 and 3
If you dropped of six people at Wal-Mart, picked up four people at Publix, and dropped off two people at their houses and had five people left on the bus, how many people were on the bus before you went to Publix?
How many packs of nitrogen are used when liquor is made?
Which of the following is a book AND a movie?
The Quillan Games
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Girls are generally ________.
This question is very debatable, so obviously, there cannot be one right answer, because the answer is ever changing. As long as you are not saying that they are of equal wisdom, your answer can logically be proven.
dumber than boys
smarter than boys
of equal wisdom as boys
Which of the following is a palindrome?
No palindromes are present, so choice (2) is the most logical.
What are four coins that make up fifteen cents?
There are four coins that make up fifteen cents. Those coins are a dime, a nickel, and two plug nickels. However, because "a dime, a nickel, and two plug nickels" is not a choice, you must choose the value closest to this, which is answer (2), Four nickels.
There are none
Two nickels and two dimes
What is 17 X 17 X 17 X 17?
A thief with a red hat ran out of a store. He had stolen $18000 dollars worth in pearls. If three pearls cost $18000, then what color hat was the thief wearing?
The question said " a thief with a red hat," not "a thief wearing a red hat," so the thief must have been wearing a different color hat, or none at all. However, none of the above is not a choice, so the answer must be a color that is not red. Pink and Orange are unusual colors of a hat, and are far too noticeable for any bank robber to wear. They would too easily identify the robber to the victim(s). Clear is not technically a color, meaning that the only possible, yet logical answer is blue.
Jack is sitting at a table diagonally across from his cousin Bob, who is on the right of Bob’s sister Sally, who is diagonal to Sally’s aunt. The person standing next to Jack is Jack’s ________.
Which of the following is not an angle?
They are all real angles
The name Johnson means _______.
If an ancestor had the name Johnson, and passed the name to their son/daughter, the name would mean son of John. However, since the ancestor does not have the surname John, but Johnson, the name Johnson in this particular case means son of Johnson.
Daughter of John
Son of John
Daughter of Johnson
Son of Johnson
Which of the following is a television show on the GW?
The GW does not exist
The name Davidson means ______.
If an ancestor had the name Davidson, and passed the name to their son/daughter, the name would mean son of David. However, since the ancestor does not have the surname David, but Davidson, the name Davidson in this particular case means son of Davidson.
Son of David
Daughter of David
Son of Davidson
Daughter of Davidson
Domino’s is a famous brand of _______.
Grade A Eggs
There are two brothers who look exactly alike but are not twins. Their only other relatives are their father and their mother. They are not twins. What are they?
When you adjust for inflation, which is worth more: 2008 pennies or 2003 pennies?
Pennies made in the year 2003 are worth more than pennies made in the year 2008 because of inflation. Another argument could be that the number 2008 is larger than the number 2003, so 2008 pennies are worth more. Because both arguments can be made, there is technically no right answer. Answer (3) indicates that the numbers 2008 and 2003 are equal in quantity to each other, which is erroneous. This means that the only logical answer is answer (4) none of the above.
They are worth the same in value, even though they were made in different years
None of the above
Which of the following is the driest?
In this case, choice (1) refers collectively to all deserts, which, when combined, are drier than a cracker, a sand dune, and/or the Sahara desert,
A sand dune
The Sahara desert
Lee’s parents emigrated from China. They named four of their five children La, Le, Li, and Lo. What did they name the fifth one?
I got an I.Q. of 78.
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