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434. Some men are strong. A few strong men are able to smash brick with their heads. Luca is man. Which of the following is most likely to be true?

(a) Luca can smash bricks with his head
(b) Luca is strong
(c) Luca might be strong
(d) None of the above

435. Allen spent more at the store than Sally. Sally always outspends Jim at the store. Malinda always spends twice what Sally spends. Which of the following is true?

(a) Jim spent more than Malinda
(b) Jim spent less than Malinda
(c) Malinda spent less than Allen
(d) malinda spent more than Allen

436. Lazy people often sleep late into the day. If you generally sleep late into the day, you will almost always run the risk of being unproductive. Lawrence is a lazy person. Which of the following is most correct?

(a) Lawrence gets up late
(b) Lawrence will be regularly productive
(c) Lawrence is unproductive
(d) Lawrence is potentially unproductive

437. No cars run on potatoes. all potato-based vehicles move slowly. Which of the following holds?

(a) Potato-based vehicles must be supplemented by other fuels
(b) Cars could run on potatoes
(c) Cars run slowly
(d) None of the above

438. All radios are a type of signal-receiving device. Some types of signal receiving devices are regulated by the government. Which of the following is the best conclusion?

(a) Radios are regulated by the government
(b) It is possible that radios are regulated by the government
(c) Radios have no relationship to the government
(d) Radios are not regulated by the government

439. On the planet Racknar, all trains travel westward only and often fall off the face of the planet through massive holes. Also, on this planet, all planes travel only north or west and never have accidents. Harry, an inhabitant of Racknar, tragically died during a trip westward. Which of the following is true?

(a) Harry flew on a plane
(b) Harry might have flown on a plane
(c) Harry travelled by train
(d) Harry's death was caused by falling through a hole in the earth

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