Sample COOP Quantitative Reasoning Test

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Look at increments.

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1. **Direction**: Â find the relationship of the numbers in one column to the numbers in the other column. Then find the missing number.

Look at increments.

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2. **Direction**: Â find the relationship of the numbers in one column to the numbers in the other column. Then find the missing number.

Look at decrement.

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3. **Direction**: Â find the relationship of the numbers in one column to the numbers in the other column. Then find the missing number.

Look at the ratio.

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4. **Direction**: Â find the relationship of the numbers in one column to the numbers in the other column. Then find the missing number.

Look at the ratio.

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5. **Direction**: Â find the relationship of the numbers in one column to the numbers in the other column. Then find the missing number.

Find sum of numbers from the average of numbers.

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6. The average of three numbers is 15. What is two times the sum of the three numbers?

Find the factors of 12.

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7. How many factors does the number 12 have?

1/3rd of something is same as dividing by 3.

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8. John owns 1/3 of the CDs in the collection. If there are a total of 120 CDs, how many does John own?

Equilateral triangle has 3 equal sides.

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9. What is the perimeter of an equilateral triangle, one side of which measures 6 inches?

Calculate amount contributed by others in terms of the amount contributed by James.

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10. Tyler, Sharice, and James want to put their money together in order to buy a $270 radio. If Sharice agrees to pay twice as much as James, and Tyler agrees to pay three times as much as Sharice, how much will Sharice contribute?

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