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AFOQT: Analogies Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Analytical intelligence includes all of the following except. . .

Question 2 2. A gerund is a...

Question 3 3. Which of the following statements is not correct?

Question 4 4. What is the central problem with the weak analogy fallacy?

Question 5 5. What is an analogy?

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Question 6 6. What is a literary device?

Question 7 7. Which of the following is not correct according to Robert Sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence?

Question 8 8. Would it be reasonable to argue that apples and oranges are similar?

Question 9 9. Choose the best example of a weak analogy fallacy.

Question 10 10. What is a verbal?

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Question 11 11. Choose which of the answers is the likely meaning of the word ''fomenting'' in the following: Although their political party normally would have suppressed and discouraged rebellion, this time it played a large role in fomenting a revolution.

Question 12 12. Which of the answers will help you to understand the meaning of the word ''cantankerous'' in the following example: Tony was feeling cantankerous that day. When he was dropped off at school, this problem continued. He behaved in an uncooperative manner all day.

Question 13 13. Finish the analogy: Apple is to fruit as cat is to ______.

Question 14 14.

What does the following analogy mean?

'I feel like a fish out of water.'

Question 15 15. We intended to leave early. In this sentence, 'to leave' is an example of...

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Question 16 16. Read this sentence: To avoid burning another bag of popcorn, Joe watched the microwave closely. Identify what 'to avoid' is and how it is being used.

Question 17 17. In the sentence : The dancing teens cheered excitedly. The verb 'dancing' is used to describe the teens, so it is an example of a:

Question 18 18. How might you duplicate a weak analogy?

Question 19 19.

What does the following analogy mean?

'Life is like a box of unmarked chocolates.'

Question 20 20. Which of the following is statement with an antonym that would help us understand the meaning of the word ''frantic''?

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Question 21 21. According to Robert Sternberg, people who are successfully intelligent possess the ability to do all of the following except. . .

Question 22 22. Which of the following is not one of the basic components of information processing?

Question 23 23. Identify the likely definition of the word ''welter'', given the following statements: Her locker was a welter of items. Trying to find something in it was like searching for a needle in a haystack. What a mess!

Question 24 24. Take the following statement and add a weak analogy fallacy: Your car and my car both require a lot of upkeep and repairs, and are more than ten years old.

Question 25 25. Which of the following would be helpful to understanding the meaning of ''stagnant'' in the following statements: Her career had become stagnant, like a car sitting at a stop light indefinitely. She had hoped that her work would be active and ever-changing, but over time, it came to a stand-still.

AFOQT: Analogies Chapter Exam Instructions

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