World History

Christianity was influenced largely by which two religions?

(A) Greek Mythology and Islam
(B)  Judaism and Egyptian Mythology
(C) Zoroastrianism and varied local beliefs
(D) Islam and Judaism
(E) Zoroastrianism and Judaism
Logic & Reasoning

Erratic Behavior occurs when an individual acts in a manner that lacks consistency, regularity, and uniformity. Which situation below is the best example of Erratic Behavior?

a. Julia cannot contain her anger whenever the subject of local politics is discussed.
b. Martin has just been told that he is being laid off. Before leaving his supervisor’s office, he punches a hole in the door.
c. Rhonda has visited the dealership several times, but she still cannot decide which car to buy.
d. In the past month, Jeffrey, who has been a model employee for three years, has repeatedly called in sick, forgotten important meetings, and been verbally abusive to colleagues.
English

Can you ……. me all right over there because you are rather a long way away?

(a) listening
(b) hearing
(c) listen
(d) hear
United States History

The Cold War ended primarily because

(A) Germans destroyed the Berlin Wall
(B) Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev introduced new policies
(C) the United States defeated communism in Vietnam
(D) the United States created a rebel army in Nicaragua
(E) the workers of Poland staged a series of strikes
Math

LEAP Practice Test Grade 8 Mathematics Session 1 Question 16

Use the graph to answer the question.

Which pair of transformations moves quadrilateral 1 to quadrilateral 2?

(A) reflect it over the line y = –3, then rotate it 90° counterclockwise about the origin
(B) reflect it over the x-axis, then rotate it 180° about the origin
(C) rotate it 90° counterclockwise about point (–3, –3), then translate it 8 units to the right
(D) translate it 8 units to the right, then reflect it over the line y = –3
United States History

The success of Southern plantations led to the increase of which of the following?

(A) The African slave trade
(B) Indentured servitude
(C) Intercolonial trade
(D) The building of cities
(E) Trade with the Native Americans
United States History

How did the invention of the cotton gin affect the South?

(A) Planters divided their large plantations into smaller farms.
(B) The economy boomed because one gin could do the work of 1,000 slaves.
(C) Slavery began to be less profitable and started to die out.
(D) Southerners began to build textile mills and make their own cloth for export and trade.
(E) Southerners began building factories to manufacture more cotton gins.
English

The rules of statistics say that it is possible for all the air in a room to move to one corner. This is extremely unlikely.

a. The rules of statistics say that it is possible for all the air in a room to move to one corner, or this is extremely unlikely.
b. The rules of statistics say that it is possible for all the air in a room to move to one corner, but this is extremely unlikely.
c. This is extremely unlikely in that the rules of statistics say that it is possible for all the air in a room to move to one corner.
d.  For all the air in a room to move to one corner, this is extremely unlikely, according to the rules of statistics saying that it is possible.