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A cruise ship had 240 seats available. Only 20% of the seats were occupied. As a result, __?_ passengers were in their seats during the cruise.

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At any given time, 100 US dollars are equal to 132 CAD. What amount of CAD can one buy with 680 USD?

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What word is the opposite of "certify" in the following list?

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In 4 days, 3 people who were moving at the same speed covered 240km. What would be the ratio of the distance walked by the 3 people in 4 days to the distance walked by the 4 people in 2 days if 4 people walked for 2 days at the same speed?

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What number follows this one in the series?
5000 1000 200 40 __?

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A plane is carrying 320 passengers. 122 of them can speak French, while 150 of them can speak English. Both of these languages are incomprehensible to the others. How many travelers are unable to understand either English or French?

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There was the same number of books for all nine kids. They have 153 books at home. 234 books totaled the parent books plus the ones for the kids. What number of books did each child own?

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