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Sample Practice Test Questions

General Science

In the heart, blood flows from the __________ ventricle to the lungs then back to the heart via the __________ atrium.

right, left

The two largest veins in the body, the venae cavae, pass blood to the right ventricle which pumps the blood to the lungs through the pulmonary artery. Blood picks up oxygen in the lungs and returns it to the left atrium via the pulmonary vein.

Word Knowledge
Grandiose most nearly means:
pretentious
With an affectation of grandeur.
Word Knowledge
Gary believed the black foreboding sky was an inauspicious sign.
ominous
Not favorable.
General Science

Blood pressure is generally highest in which of the following?

arteries

Arteries are thick-walled because they carry oxygenated blood at high pressure, veins are comparatively thin-walled as they carry low-pressure deoxygenated blood.

General Science

Which of the following describes the Earth's mantle?

all of these

Mantle makes up 84% of the Earth's volume and has an average thickness of approximately 1,800 miles (2,900 km). It is dense, hot, and primarily solid although in places it behaves more like a viscous fluid as the plates of the upper mantle and crust gradually "float" along its circumference.

Mechanical Comprehension
48.89 lbs. If A = 10 ft., B = 1 ft., C = 9 ft., the green box weighs 50 lbs. and the blue box weighs 60 lbs., what does the orange box have to weigh for this lever to balance?
48.89 lbs.
In order for this lever to balance, the torque acting on each side of the fulrum must be equal. So, the torque produced by A must equal the torque produced by B and C. Torque is weight x distance from the fulcrum which means that the following must be true for the lever to balance:

fAdA = fBdB + fCdC

For this problem, this equation becomes:

50 lbs. x 10 ft. = 60 lbs. x 1 ft. + fC x 9 ft.

500 ft. lbs. = 60 ft. lbs. + fC x 9 ft.

fC = \( \frac{500 ft. lbs. - 60 ft. lbs.}{9 ft.} \) = \( \frac{440 ft. lbs.}{9 ft.} \) = 48.89 lbs.

Electronics Information

The rate of flow of electrons per unit time is which of the following?

current

Current is the rate of flow of electrons per unit time and is measured in amperes (A). A coulomb (C) is the quantity of electricity conveyed in one second by a current of one ampere.

General Science

The heart __________ blood.

oxygenates

To provide oxygen to the body, blood flows through the heart in a path formed by the right atrium → right ventricle → lungs → left atrium → left ventricle → body. When blood enters the right side of the heart it is deoxygenated. It enters the left side of the heart oxygenated after traveling to the lungs.

Arithmetic Reasoning

Which of the following is an improper fraction?

\({7 \over 5} \)

A rational number (or fraction) is represented as a ratio between two integers, a and b, and has the form \({a \over b}\) where a is the numerator and b is the denominator. An improper fraction (\({5 \over 3} \)) has a numerator with a greater absolute value than the denominator and can be converted into a mixed number (\(1 {2 \over 3} \)) which has a whole number part and a fractional part.

General Science

Which of the following would be found on a reflecting telescope?

concave mirror

A concave (or converging) mirror bulges inward and focuses reflected light on the mirror's focal point where the mirror's angles of incidence converge. In contrast, a convex (or diverging) mirror bulges outward and diffuses the light waves that strike it. A common use of a concave mirror is in a reflecting telescope, a common use of a convex mirror is in the side view mirror of a car.