# This Logic Test Is Sickeningly Easy For Really Smart People

1. ## What would correctly replace the question mark below?

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Green!

The colors on the left mixed with yellow make the colors on the right!

2. Friday was three days ago. Which day is tomorrow?

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Tuesday!

If Friday was three days ago, that means today is Monday and tomorrow is Tuesday.

3. ## This figure is made of multiple blocks of the same size stacked directly on top of each other. How many blocks is this figure made of?

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18 blocks!

4. Every woman is wearing a ring. Jordan is wearing a bracelet. What can you determine?

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Neither of the above!

You don't have enough information to prove either of those statements.

5. ## When unscrambled, which of these words is not like the rest?

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CAPHE!

Unscrambled, all of these words (carrot, celery, potato, broccoli, and onion) are vegetables with the exception of CAPHE which unscrambles to "peach."

6. Four girls are in line to buy smoothies. Lacey is behind Stacy, but not last. Casey is in front of Macy. Stacy is directly behind Casey. Who is at the end of the line?

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Macy!

Given the information, the correct order of girls from front to back are Casey, Stacy, Lacey, and Macy at the end.

7. ## Which number belongs at the top of this pyramid?

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138!

8. “Mark,” “shelf,” “end,” and “worm” can all be added to the end of which word to make four different compound words?

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Book!

9. IM=999 MI=?

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Wrong!

1001!

They're Roman numerals!

10. ## Which symbol completes the pattern?

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The figure is turning 90º clockwise in each column!

11. Which of the following is an antonym of “prolific”?

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Barren!

12. Mason and Luis want to meet up for coffee. Mason works Monday, Thursday and Friday nights. Luis works all day Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, as well as mornings on the weekends. Mason plays soccer Wednesday and Saturday night, while Luis lifeguards Monday

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Their schedules are both clear Sunday night!