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1. m is a three-digit positive integer. If two of the three digits are prime numbers and the product of the three digits is 56, what is the value of m? (1) m is even (2) The hundreds digit of m is 2

Description: In two months, the legal minimum wage in the country of Kirlandia will increase from five Kirlandic dollars(KD5.00) Per hour to KD5.50 per hour. Opponents of this increase have argued that the resulting rise in wages will drive the inflation rate up. In fact its impact on wages will probably be negligible, since only a very small proportion of all Kirfandic workers are currently receiving less than KD5.50 per hour.

2. Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the argument?

3. Bacon believes that the medical profession should be permitted to ease and quicken death where the end would otherwise only delay for a few days and at the cost of great pain.

4. It is commonly thought in our society that preserving the environment is somehow linked with compromising on economic terms. However, studies show that the use of green technologies and renewable sources of energy should solve the energy crisis to a great extent without putting any burden on the existing natural resources, which means the economic growth of the country/region in question doesn't get hampered owing to environmental concerns. It is the greed to possess and enjoy as many luxuries as possible that has led to the state in which we find ourselves, today.

5. According to the Indian Census Report of 2011, the number of girls enrolled in government schools has grown every year since 1990.

Description: Survivors of a horrific motor accident were immediately examined by a team of doctors. When asked whether they could talk, all of them replied ‘No’. The doctors have attributed this phenomenon to post-traumatic stress, arguing that stress causes the subject to disassociate into separate parts, and the part that listens to the question is disassociated from the part that replies.

6. Which of the following challenges would most weaken the attempted explanation described above?

Description: A recent report declaim that 80 percent of the people in this country now report that they know someone who is divorced. But the average divorce rate in this country is 4 percent, which means one out of 25 people should be divorced. So at any specific time if a person knows approximately 50 persons, two or more will very likely be divorced.

7. The conclusion drawn above depends on which of the following assumptions?

8. No known language lacks an organized system of sounds, selected from the vast array human beings can make, that does not have rules for combining these sounds into meaningful words

Description: After the new management team was established, the covers of our newspaper have featured only celebrity gossip, while, in the past, the front page had reported only political and economic stories. The management team claimed that the changes made the newspaper more attractive. The journalists, however, complained that the new manager team is more interested in increasing sales than in reporting important news events.

9. Which of the following is an assumption necessary for the argument made by the employees? 

10. What brought the Greek banks company back from the verge of bankruptcy shortly after the economic crisis in 2008-09 was a special, government sanctioned bailout allowed during a period of strict fiscal and monetary controls.

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