Which word comes before "Sarah"?
Supposedly, the average score is 20. My guess is that it would be higher if people remembered to guess. Speed appears to be the biggest factor in earning a good score.
And if the test takers were not football players?
16 correct = IQ of 70
35 correct = IQ of 100
48 correct = IQ of 130
Among JetPunkers, anyway.
IQ 70: Did not finish. Unable to understand the questions. No significant difference from random guessing.
IQ 100: 20ish
IQ 115: 30ish
IQ 130: 40ish
IQ 145: 45+
IQ 160: 45+. This test is unable to distinguish IQ's more than 3 STD above the median.
I didn't understand what this means. Can You explain it?
Apart from this I missed some of of the Vocab questions. 47/50.
I like these sort of quizzes
Also, love this type of quiz! Thanks!
Clock at 1:30
Clock at 3:00
Clock at 6:00
Clock at 10:30
So the series added 1:30, then 3:00, then 4:30. Therefore I added 6 hours to 10:30 and got 4:30.
To me, the answer to the question as it it ("How many times more productive are farms with good soil than ones without?") is 4 times. The alleged correct answer (16 times) would be the answer to "How many times more productive is a farm with good soil than one without?"
A question though, is this sentence not grammatical: "he had Sarah allowed to win the game"? I.e. he made someone else make sure that Sarah would win.
40. Only 20% of farms have good soil. But these farms produce 80% of the crops. How many times more productive is a farm with good soil than one without?
Farms with good soil are 15 times more productive. They are 16 times as productive, but only 15 times more productive.
Suppose there are 5 farms in the scenario that make 10 crops. 1 farm (1/5 = 20%) is the most productive, and it makes 8 crops (80%). The other 4 farms collectively make 2 crops, or 0.5 each. So the top farm makes 8 crops to any other farm's 0.5. 8 is 16x 0.5
I got it right by luck. It makes absolutely no sense at all to me.
I don't want to sound rude, but it honestly surprises me that the average would be 35.