TOLC-E 3. Deneme Sınavı TOLC-E 2. DENEME SINAVI İsim Soyisim E-Posta Telefon Q. 1 According to the traffic rules in Driveland, all car drivers must have a high–visibility jacket and a warning triangle on board. Unfortunately, not everyone follows this rule.Therefore we can certainly say that, in Driveland:Deselect Answer there is at least one driver who does not have the jacket or the triangle on board there is one driver who does not have the jacket on board there is one driver who has both the triangle and the jacket on board there is at least one driver who does not have neither the jacket nor the triangle on board there is one driver who does not have the triangle on board Q. 2 Sebastian, a very thorough person, has a drawer for scarfs and another one for caps. In the scarfs drawer there are 5 red scarfs, 5 white ones and 5 green ones (all identical except for the color); in the caps drawer there are 5 red scarfs, 5 white ones and 5 green ones (again, all identical except for the color). He always wears a scarf and a cap of the same color. Tonight he has to go out, but suddenly there is a blackout and he is not able to distinguish colors anymore.What is the minimum number of scarfs and caps (added together) that he needs to take in order to be sure to wear a white scarf and a white cap?Deselect Answer 20 21 16 12 22 Q. 3 Under the current legislation, a formal warning must be sent to all Cities that are in budget deficit and increased staff costs by more than 2% this year. Since the City of Conundrum has not received a warning this year, we can be sure that:Deselect Answer if its staff costs increased by 3%, then it is not in budget deficit its staff costs increased by less than 2% if it is not in budget deficit, then its staff costs increased by less than 2% it is not in budget deficit and, at the same time, its staff costs increased by less than 2% it is not in budget deficit. Q. 4 We want to balance a two–arms scale by using some spheres with the same size but different weight depending on their color (white, red, or green). The first attempt indicates that 2 white spheres together with 1 red sphere balance 2 redspheres and 1 green sphere exactly.Now we put 1 white sphere, 1 red and 1 green on the left plate of the scale, and 2 white spheres on the right one.Which of the following actions is the only one that allows us to balance the scale?Deselect Answer Adding one white sphere on the right plate. Adding one white sphere on the left plate. Adding one red sphere on the left plate. The scale is already balanced. Adding one green sphere on the right plate. Q. 5 A third of the members of the Administrative Board of a company voted in favor of the restructuring plan; three quarters. of the members of the same Board voted in favor of the budget approval. Therefore, we can be sure that:Deselect Answer some members of the Board voted against the restructuring. plan and against the budget approval those who voted in favor of the restructuring plan also voted in favor of the budget approval. no members of the Board voted against the restructuring. plan and against the budget approval those who voted in favor of the budget approval also. voted in favor of the restructuring plan. at least one member of the Board voted in favor of the budget approval and in favor of the restructuring plan Q. 6 For each question in a test there are five possible answers; only one answer is correct and all the others are wrong.Therefore:Deselect Answer if an answer is the negation of another one, they are both wrong if two answers are equivalent then one of them is correct if two answers are equivalent then they are both wrong if answer X entails answer Y then Y is correct if an answer is the negation of another one, then the correct answer is one of the other three Q. 7 If it is true that:- all engineers are logical thinkers- Anthony is an engineer- logical thinkers like scooterswhich of the following statements is certainly NOT true?Deselect Answer Whoever is a logical thinker is an engineer Anthony has the prerequisites to be a good logician It cannot be denied that Anthony likes scooters Anthony is a logical thinker and likes scooters All engineers like scooters Q. 8 Discussing their personal finances, four friends (Alan, Brian, Conan e Donald) state that:- Alan has less money than Conan- Brian has less money than Conan- Conan has more money than Donald- Brian has more money than AlanThen, which of the following statements is NOT NECESSARILY correct?Deselect Answer Brian is not the poorest Donald has less money than Conan the alphabetical order of the names is not the same as the (increasing order) of the money owned Alan is the poorest among the friends the richest among the friends is Conan Q. 9 Anna, Bruno, Carlo and Daniela are considering whether to go to Cortina next weekend.We know that:- if Carlo goes, Daniela will also go- if Anna doesn't go, Daniela won't go either- if Anna goes, Bruno will also goWhich of the following statements can be deduced?Deselect Answer If Bruno doesn't go, Carlo won't go either They'll all go Anna and Bruno will go Nobody will go If Anna goes, Carlo will also go Q. 10 The product of 40 integer numbers is positive. From this information we can deduce that it is necessarily true that:Deselect Answer the number of positive factors is either zero or an even number 2 factors are positive and 38 factors are negative all factors are positive 20 factors are positive and 20 factors are negative at least two factors are negative Q. 11 How can you insert the + (plus) or the - (minus) sign in the following sequence of numbers :14 16 13 12 11 in order to have -6 as a result?(Example: if I insert + - in the sequence 5 6 7 the result is 5 + 6 - 7 = +4 , if I insert - + the result is 5 - 6 + 7 = +6)Deselect Answer + - - + - + + + + - - - - - + + - + - + Q. 12 The picture below shows a tiled floor where 24 individual tiles with different printing on them are used to make up the overall pattern. How many different patterns of tile are needed to make up the overall pattern? Deselect Answer 1 2 3 5 7 Q. 13 A man starts from a point, walks 5 km towards East, turns right and walks 3 km, turns right again and walks. What is the direction he is facing now?Deselect Answer North South West East South-west Q. 14 Passage for the questions 14 to 19BBC4, a comparatively new TV channel, has a character of its own. From the start it aimed to be “a place to think”, and it was always designed as something “that the commercial market would never do”, says Roly Keating, its controller and formerly head of arts at the BBC. Its first week’s schedule indeed verged on a parody of non-commercial TV, with township opera from South Africa and a performance by a Senegalese singer in a London church hall. A top-rated show will typically draw some 50,000 viewers – almost negligible in television terms. Yet that narrow appeal makes BBC4 a model of what a publicly financed broadcaster ought to do. It has roamed into territory where its ratings-driven sister channel, BBC1, seldom dares to tread. Despite a tiny 35m budget, it boasts an intelligent prime-time talk show and a world news programme so internationally minded that its London provenance is barely visible. BBC4 may wear its gravity a little too heavily at times, but it supplies a variety and thoughtfulness unavailable on prime time BBC1. The more the other BBC channels chase the ratings, and the more that BBC4 refuses to be dictated to by them, the more the channel looks like a model for what BBC television could look like.It is clear from the passage that, since BBC4 is publicly financed, it ----.Deselect Answer has to give viewers the kind of programmes they want has a large budget with which to work is under no pressure to attract large numbers of viewers is under an obligation to offer a great variety of programme is often severely criticized for the subjectivity of its news programmes Q. 15 In the passage, BBC1 is described as being “ratings-driven”; this means ----.Deselect Answer it is obliged to put on popular programmes its appeal is a very narrow one it sees BBC4 as its greatest rival it feels very secure and can take risks it never experiments or tries out a new type of programme Q. 16 Before he took over the running of BBC4, Roly Keating ----.Deselect Answer was involved in commercial TV enterprises was criticized because his programmes were too intellectual and too serious was a severe critic of the BBC1 channel had taken a firm stand against the trend to let ratings dictate programming was arts director at the BBC Q. 17 According to the passage, the programmes BBC4 has to offer ----.Deselect Answer rarely come up to expectations are varied, unusual and thought-provoking are mostly news programmes and London- orientated are attracting very large numbers of viewers constitute a close rival for BBC1 as regards ratings Q. 18 It is clear that the writer of the passage ----.Deselect Answer feels BBC4 has not lived up to its aim to be “a place to think” regards BBC4’s budget of £35m as excessive would like to see the BBC1 channel closed down is very impressed by the performance of the BBC4 channel was full of admiration for BBC4’s choice of programme for the first week Q. 19 Passage for 19 to 23In this century, the wealth and success of nations will depend like never before on the ability to produce and use knowledge. Universities have long been instrumental in generating knowledge and ideas. But in an increasingly globalized world, and in the face of rapid scientific change, they will need to think about a set of new challenges and how best to prepare their students for the coming decades. Universities will need to teach a new kind of literacy, in which global awareness will play an important role. They also need to deal with the dilemmas posed by the accelerating pace of change brought on by scientific and technological advances. We are on the brink of once-in-human-history progress in combating disease through the application of modern science. Doctors will have at their disposal blood tests that will tell you with substantial predictive power how long you will live and from what diseases you are likely to suffer. The Internet and the application of information technology may well represent the most profound change in the way knowledge is disseminated since the printing press. We are close to understanding the first second of the history of the cosmos.According to the passage, universities are under an obligation to ensure that their students ----.Deselect Answer have the chance to work alongside foreign students are equipped to deal with the changing conditions of the coming decades are introduced to international perspectives in every area of study are taught not specific facts as much as broad ways of thinking all have a good grounding in science and technology Q. 20 One point that is given considerable emphasis in the passage is ----.Deselect Answer the need of all students to get acquainted with foreign cultures and global issues that the universities have a commitment to the pursuit of truth for its own sake that the universities are in a position to further greater global integration the incredible speed with which knowledge is increasing that universities must stick to the values that have made them successful in the past Q. 21 It is clear from the passage that science and the application of science ----.Deselect Answer will not help to further global awareness is largely confined within the universities has grown so complex that it is beyond the understanding of all but a very few cannot go on advancing at this rate is opening up startling new possibilities Q. 22 The writer of the passage seems convinced that the current rapid developments in science and technology ----.Deselect Answer will be accompanied by new problems cannot go on much longer will bring more harm than good are largely concentrated in the field of medicine are beyond the grasp of most people in most countries Q. 23 The phrase, “once-in-human-history progress” is saying ----.Deselect Answer we cannot expect or, indeed, hope for such progress ever to happen again this is only the first of many spurts of progress this is the first instance of a widespread application of science there has never been such progress ever before and there may not be again this is the highest possible peak of progress Q. 24 Only one of the following statements is correct; identify which one.Deselect Answer Two parallelograms with the same area are necessarily similar Two right triangles with proportional legs are necessarily similar Two isosceles triangles with the same height are necessarily similar Two scalene triangles with the same area are necessarily similar Two rectangles with the same perimeter are necessarily similar Q. 25 Deselect Answer A B C D E Q. 26 Deselect Answer A B C D E Q. 27 Deselect Answer the two equations have no common solutions the set of solutions of B) is included in the set of solutions of A) the two equations have two solutions in common the set of solutions of A) is included in the set of solutions of B) the two equations have the same set of solutions Q. 28 In space consider a point Q and a plane which is 1 away from Q. The intersection between this plane and the sphere with center Q and radius 2 isDeselect Answer a point a parable an ellipse with different semiaxes a circumference the empty set Q. 29 By simplifying the expression where a and b are two non-zero real numbers different from each other, we obtainDeselect Answer (a-b)/(a+b) a(a-b) a-b 1/a 1 Q. 30 The least common multiple of monomials 8x³y⁶, 6x²y⁶z², x⁴y³ isDeselect Answer 24x⁴y⁶z 24x³y³ x⁴y³ 24x²z² x²y³z Q. 31 The prime factorization of the number (2⁵-2³)⁴3² isDeselect Answer 2⁴3² 2¹²3⁶ 2⁴3⁴ 2³²3¹² 2⁸3² Q. 32 Deselect Answer A B C D E Q. 33 Which of these equations represents a straight line passing through the point (-2,3) and perpendicular to the bisector of the first quadrant?Deselect Answer x-2y+8=0 2x+2y-2=0 4x+5y=0 x+y+1=0 x-8y-6=0 Q. 34 A solution of the equation is log₃(2+x)²=6 isDeselect Answer x=log₃ 2 x=25 x=1 x=3³-log₃ 2 x=log₂3 Q. 35 The figure shows the graph of the functionDeselect Answer y= 2.log₄(x-2) y=log₄(x+2) y=2.log₄(x+2) y=log₄(x-2) y=2.log₂(x+2) Q. 36 The equation (x-1)²+y²=0 defines in the Cartesian planeDeselect Answer a straight line a pair of parallel lines a point a pair of intersecting lines the empty set 1 out of 1 Mart 1, 2023/tarafından Burak https://www.truewayist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Truewayist-logo-ingilizce-yurt-disi-egitim-danismanligi-yabanci-dil-ispanyolca.png 0 0 Burak https://www.truewayist.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Truewayist-logo-ingilizce-yurt-disi-egitim-danismanligi-yabanci-dil-ispanyolca.png Burak2023-03-01 12:12:202023-03-01 13:44:06TOLC-E 3. 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