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1 Train A leaves New York for Boston at 3 PM and travels at 1174
2 A car dealership carries only sedans and SUVs 1170
3 In the correctly worked addition problem above, A, B, C, D 1170
4 w, x, y, and z are integers. If w > x > y > z > 0, is y a common 1168
5 What is the perimeter of PQRS ? (1) x = 30 degree (2) w= 45 degree 1167
6 n and k are positive integers. When n is divided by 23, the quotient i 1156
7 If n is a prime number greater than 2, is 1/x > 1? 1148
8 If all the N students of a class are classified into groups of either 1147
9 If k is an integer and x(x – k) = k + 1, what is the value of x? 1131
10 If, in the addition problem above, a, b, c, d, e, f, x, y, a 1107
11 For integers a and b, if (a^3 a^2 b)^1/2 = 7, what is the 1102
12 When 120 is divided by positive single-digit integer m the remainder 1095
13 If x and y are non zero numbers less than 1, is (y^4 − x^4) > (y^3 − x 1092
14 The average (arithmetic mean) of 5 distinct, single digit integers is 1082
15 Abe, Beth, Carl and Duncan are four siblings, among which Abe and Carl 1073
16 Right triangle ABO is drawn in the xy-plane, with OB as hypo 1071
17 A certain fruit stand sells only apples for $0.26 each, bananas for $0 1070
18 Julian bought 6 kilograms of cheese from each of Deli A and Deli B. At 1066
19 If 20 Swiss Francs is enough to buy 9 notebooks and 3 pencils, is 40 1064
20 Bob and Wendy left home to walk together to a restaurant for 1059
21 A red box contains 7 ropes, with an average length of 60 cm per rope, 1058
22 P and Q are prime numbers less than 70. What is the units digit of P*Q 1054
23 If x, y, and z are all distinct positive integers and the percent 1050
24 A cube is made up of equal smaller cubes. Two of the sides 1046
25 Three employees, A, B and C, clean a certain conference room each day. 1030