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  1. According to the writer of the first passage a finite number means

    (A)   a number that can be counted fully and to the end, if there is enough time.
    (B)   the number of all numbers.
    (C)   the number of some numbers.
    (D)   all finished numbers.
    (E)   all countable numbers.

    Ans : A

  2. Which of the following statements is true about a "hottentot" ?

    (A)   A "hottentot" has infinite number of glass beads and copper coins in his treasure chest.
    (B)   A "hottentot" is able to count large numbers.
    (C)   A "hottentot" always has more glass beads than copper coins.
    (D)   A "hottentot" has more use for copper coins.
    (E)   If a "hottentot" has neither beads nor coins left over at the end of a comparison, he knows that he has an equal number of both.

    Ans : E

  3. We can infer one of the following about the authorís use of the example of the "hottentot"

    (A)   A certain method of comparing two numbers
    (B)   The fact that in those days people knew very little arithmetic
    (C)   The difference between finite and infinite numbers
    (D)   The fascination with infinite numbers
    (E)   A fascination with arithmetic

    Ans : A

  4. Which is the most suitable title for this passage?

    (A)   Arithmetics of Infinity
    (B)   Comparison of two infinities
    (C)   Finite and Infinite Numbers
    (D)   Mathematical formula
    (E)   George Cantor, the genius

    Ans : B

  5. All of the following are clearly infinite except

    (A)   those which are larger than any number we can write down.
    (B)   the number of all numbers.
    (C)   the number of all geometric points on a line.
    (D)   the numbers that we can write down.
    (E)   the numbers we cannot name or write down.

    Ans : D

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Index

PART IV

Drill :

Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5 : Reading Comprehension
Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7 : Verbal Reasoning

Answer Explanation To The Drill
Section 1 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 2 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 3 : Verbal Reasoning
Section 4 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 5 : Reading Comprehension
Section 6 : Mathematical Reasoning
Section 7 : Verbal Reasoning

Test 1

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