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## Simple IQ Quiz 5

Created by Quizmagic Team on Mar 27, 2015 12:56 PM
`Try this quiz and check out your IQ! Can you score more than your classmates and friends?`
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Question 1
Which of the following is the most likely inference that can be drawn from the statement “Planets, water drops and soap bubbles are all spherical in shape”?
 All these objects have the same shape by chance. There is nothing common between these objects. All objects are spherical in shape. Some common law applies to all these objects.
Question 2
Which of the following inferences is certainly true based on the statement “The weather is cloudy at present”?
 It may rain later today. It will rain later today. It rained earlier today. It is raining at present.
Question 3
What is the minimum number of weights required in order to be able to weigh any quantity from 1 kg to 121 kg (in exact multiples of 1 kg)?
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