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##### 1. Question

**Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.**Mathematics is the language in which the book of nature is written; Mathematics is the queen of the sciences. It is universally agreed that Mathematics is the backbone of Science and Technology. For without Mathematics, the engineer is but an artist or a sculptor. He can build his bridge, attest to its form and beauty, but without Mathematics he cannot guarantee its reliability to serve the purpose to which it is built. Mathematics is indeed the science of sciences. It is also art of arts. It is right legitimate and defensible to consider Mathematics as an art. The poet, the musician, the artist and the mathematician have a lot in common. Fundamental to all their studies and works is their common interest in the logical study of related concepts and objects to form pattern called painting and the mathematician arranges abstract ideas into a pattern using symbols, to produce equations. Each of these patterns the poem, the music, the painting and the equation must stand up to the test of the same order, harmony and beauty. So if Mathematics is not an art, what is art?

The views expressed in this passage belong to

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##### 2. Question

**Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.**Mathematics is the language in which the book of nature is written; Mathematics is the queen of the sciences. It is universally agreed that Mathematics is the backbone of Science and Technology. For without Mathematics, the engineer is but an artist or a sculptor. He can build his bridge, attest to its form and beauty, but without Mathematics he cannot guarantee its reliability to serve the purpose to which it is built. Mathematics is indeed the science of sciences. It is also art of arts. It is right legitimate and defensible to consider Mathematics as an art. The poet, the musician, the artist and the mathematician have a lot in common. Fundamental to all their studies and works is their common interest in the logical study of related concepts and objects to form pattern called painting and the mathematician arranges abstract ideas into a pattern using symbols, to produce equations. Each of these patterns the poem, the music, the painting and the equation must stand up to the test of the same order, harmony and beauty. So if Mathematics is not an art, what is art?

The expression “Mathematics is the queen of science” contains

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**Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.**Mathematics is the language in which the book of nature is written; Mathematics is the queen of the sciences. It is universally agreed that Mathematics is the backbone of Science and Technology. For without Mathematics, the engineer is but an artist or a sculptor. He can build his bridge, attest to its form and beauty, but without Mathematics he cannot guarantee its reliability to serve the purpose to which it is built. Mathematics is indeed the science of sciences. It is also art of arts. It is right legitimate and defensible to consider Mathematics as an art. The poet, the musician, the artist and the mathematician have a lot in common. Fundamental to all their studies and works is their common interest in the logical study of related concepts and objects to form pattern called painting and the mathematician arranges abstract ideas into a pattern using symbols, to produce equations. Each of these patterns the poem, the music, the painting and the equation must stand up to the test of the same order, harmony and beauty. So if Mathematics is not an art, what is art?

“Mathematics” is written with a capital M in this passage because

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**Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.**The last sentence in the passage, “so if Mathematics is not an art, what is an art?” is a

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**Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow it.**“Mathematics” can be considered as a form of art because

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**Choose the word that has been correctly spelt**It is not easy to job sweeping in the streets and on campus

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**Choose the word that has been correctly spelt**The defendant claimed he had been into making a statement

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**Choose the option that best completes the gap**I have reminded him _____ his the only one that can solve the problem

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**Choose the option that best completes the gap**My sister has _____ several food packages for my birthday party

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##### 10. Question

**Choose the option that best completes the gap**Many students were into rioting by the …….. more radical ones

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Posters have been printed, and would be distributed to the rank and file

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**Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word in italics**Because more reliable evidence is needed to persecute the case, it is now in

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**Choose the option nearest in meaning to the word in italics**In the olden days, mothers of twins were never

*accepted as*members of the society. They were simply …………….CorrectIncorrect - Question 14 of 15
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##### 15. Question

**Choose the option that has the same consonant sound as the represented by the letter**Echelon

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