 NY Regents Exam   Teasers   IQ Tests   Chemistry   Biology   GK   C++   Recipes   Search <  a href="/cgi/members/home.cgi" class="toplink">Members   Sign off Print Preview

## IQ Test : Christmas Games (Quantitative Skills)

 Formats Worksheet / Test Paper Take IQ Test Review

 Answer the following True/False questions on a fun Christmas theme to test your quantitative skills.

1. An elf wrote the numbers 6 through 17 in a straight line. On adding any two numbers next to each other, the elf found the sum to be an odd number.
• True
• False
Any two numbers next to each other will consist of an odd number and an even number. The sum of an odd number and an even number is always odd.

2. Mom started baking cookies for Christmas at 12 minutes before 9 o'clock. So, Mom started baking cookies for Christmas at 48 minutes past 10 o'clock.
• True
• False
12 minutes before 9 o'clock is the same as 48 minutes past 8 o'clock (not 10 o'clock).

3. Mary has 10 cents. Dad gives her 38 cents and Mom gives her 29 cents. With this money, she can buy a Christmas card costing 82 cents.
• True
• False
10 cents + 38 cents + 29 cents = 77 cents (not 82 cents).

4. There are 18 balloons in the red box, 39 balloons in the blue box, 30 balloons in the green box, and 41 balloons in the yellow box, The children can decorate a party room for Christmas with 110 balloons from only three boxes.
• True
• False
39 balloons + 30 balloons + 41 balloons = 110 balloons. Thus, no balloons are needed from the red box.

5. Santa leaves 3 quarters, 3 dimes and 4 nickels for you in a red stocking. On buying a candycane worth 41 cents, what remains with you is 84 cents.
• True
• False
You have (3 × 25) + (3 × 10) + (4 × 5) = 125 cents.
You spend 41 cents.
What remains with you is (125 − 41) = 84 cents.

6. If there are 3 reindeer and 6 turkeys, then there are totally 27 legs.
• True
• False
(3 × 4) + (6 × 2) = 24 total legs.

7. Santa Claus gives 2 pairs of green gloves and 3 pairs of red socks to some school children. There will be a total of 50 fingers (including thumb) and toes in the gloves and socks together if all of them are worn.
• True
• False
There are 10 fingers in each pair of gloves and there are 10 toes in each pair of socks. Thus, the total number of fingers and toes will be 10 (2 + 3) = 50.

8. Santa Claus has a cake that weighs 5.5 pounds (where 1 pound = 16 ounces). If he distributes the cake equally amongst 4 children, then each child gets 22 ounces of cake.
• True
• False
One pound equals 16 ounces. Therefore, 5.5 pounds equals 88 ounces. On dividing by 4, each cake piece weighs 22 ounces.

9. The number of toys in each of six boxes is as follows: 5, 8, 11, 14, 18, 25. An elf delivers to Syberschool three boxes containing a total of 31 toys.
• True
• False
The elf delivers three boxes containing 5, 8 and 18 toys. Note 5 + 8 + 18 = 31.

10. When 5 elves sat near the fireplace on a winter evening to play a game, each elf rolled the dice and got an odd number. On adding the 5 odd numbers, they found the sum to be an odd number.
• True
• False