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Full-Length Practice Exam 2

October 28th, 2020

Welcome to your Full-Length Practice Exam 2

1. The Curies’ _________ collaboration helped to unlock the secrets of the atom.
2. Marie had a bright mind and a ______ personality.
3. When she learned that she could not attend the university in Warsaw, she felt _________.
4. Marie _________ by leaving Poland and traveling to France to enter the Sorbonne.
5. _________ she remembered their joy together.
6. Her _________ began to fade when she returned to the Sorbonne to succeed her husband.
7. Even though she became fatally ill from working with radium, Marie Curie was never _________.
8. A suspect was found to be in possession of 12.5 grams of heroin. However, the incident report states that it must be stated in kilos. How many kilos of heroin was the suspect in possession of?
9. 30 percent of the Illinois police department staff work 6 days per week and an average of 68 hours. How many hours per day, on average, do staff work?
10. A squad car set off at 3.40pm and arrived at its target destination at 5.55pm. At 10.44pm, the squad car left and returned to the police department at 12.56am. For how long was the squad car travelling on the road to and from its target destination?
11. How many milliliters of morphine are found in 0.72 liters?
12. A recently arrested man stands at 76 inches, but you must document his height in feet only.
13. 75 percent of a victim’s stolen goods were found at a nearby house. If he lost $560 worth of goods, what value of stolen goods remains unfound?
14. A squad car travelled 48 miles on Wednesday, 32 miles on Thursday and 78 miles on Friday. On Saturday, the squad car travelled the same distance as the average of the previous three days. How many miles did the squad car travel on Saturday?
15. Law enforcement recently attended an event to help maximize the safety of its participants. There were 16 police officers, 4 dogs and 8 police cars. Which of these is the correct ratio of police officers : dogs : police cars?
16. What is 20 percent of half of two-quarters of 200 police officers?
17. Over the past week, a police helicopter travelled 960 miles. To the nearest whole number, how many miles per day did the helicopter travel?
18. On average, 1 in 14 local shops experience theft per annum. If there are 420 shops in the locality, how many shops experience theft?
19. Eight handcuffs costs $168. How much does fourteen handcuffs cost?
20. A police car drove 1,560 miles in 9 days. On average, he drove 6 hours per day. On average, how fast was the police car driving?
21. A police officer stopped a van to investigate what it was carrying. On inspection, it was carrying 4 parcels of drug – each of which weighed 2.4 kilos. A further 2 containers of the same drug were hidden in the back, each weighing 4,200 grams. If the cost per kilo of drug is $800 per 400 grams, what value of drug was the driver carrying in his van?
22. From Monday to Friday, a police officer starts his shift at 4.15am and finishes at 12.30pm. How many hours per week does the officer work?
23. If 30 percent of the police department workforce is 27,000 staff, how many staff work at the police department?
24. A police officer in Arizona earns $57,682 in gross income. If the tax rate is 24%, what is the net income of the officer (to the nearest whole number)?
25. A local officer spends 42 minutes per day patrolling his neighborhood. On average, how many hours does he spend walking per month?
26. If the average of five parcels is 23 kilograms, what is the total average weight of all 5 parcels?
27. One of these parcels is 70cm in heights and 30cm in width. What is the total area of one side of the parcel?
28. A new measure was being passed by Dallas Police Department. Three-quarters of the police force, or 120 people, agreed to the new measure. How many people disagreed with the new measure?
29. A police vehicle travelled 2,138 miles in 14 hours. How many miles per hour did the vehicle travel?
30. A police officer started his shift at 6.18am and finished for lunch at 12.30pm. He resumed work at 1.26pm and finished his shift at 7.14pm. How many hours did the police officer work that day?
31. If there are 200 female police officers to every 500 male police officers in the local department, what ratio of female to make police officers are there in that department?
32. Officer Sam earned $59,800 in the previous year. He earned a 10% pay increase for 2020. How much will Officer Sam earn in 2020?
33. The police officer arrived at the _________ home to investigate what had happened.
34. The investigator learned that someone _______ a stone through the window, causing extensive damage.
35. Drugs were found at the scene including heroine, barbiturates, cocaine and ecstasy. Which of these words is spelled incorrectly?
36. The sergeant arrested the pair for possession of drug ______________.
37. The victim had been _________ for several hours and had turned cold and pale.
38. "_________ weapon is that?", asked Officer Spies.
39. Medecine was administered to the victim to resuscitate her. Unfortunately, the victim remained unconscious and later died in hospital. Which of these words is spelled incorrectly?
40. The public had to ________ the two men, otherwise the violence would have escalated
41. There were 12 males engauged in a physical altercation. Police were informed of the riot by a complainant who lived nearby. Police response was expedited after they were told that one of the males may possess a knife. Which of these words is spelled incorrectly?
42. The sheriff had little difficulty _____________ house.
43. He received an infraction for his inappropriate behavior. The judge ruled that, should he commit another offence, that he may be incarcerated. Which of these words is spelled incorrectly?
44. She was a young offender, a ___________.
45. Some argue that central government undertakes too much ____________. What is the correct spelling of the blank word?
46. It was _______ choice to steal the watch. They can’t blame anyone else.
47. By ___________ on their land again, the neighbors called the police
48. The trial was _________.
49. He was bribed to kill his ex-wife. In other words, he was __________ murder
50. I am sure I would have regretted it if I ________ to take the new police role.
51. You should read this detective novel — it's been ________ recommended by all the critics.
52. The police officer had only got a ________ money in the bank
53. The squad car _______ in the middle of the road, seemingly because it had ____ out of gas.
54. Three months ____ a long time to spend in jail.
55. The officers __________ the bomb before it could cause further damage.
56. A violation or infringement of a law or agreement
57. The crime of killing a human being without express or implied malice.
58. - Someone responsible for harm or wrongdoing.
59. A young offender.
60. Deliberately destroy, damage, or obstruct (something), especially for political or military advantage.
61. Prevent (someone) from accomplishing something.
62. Leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to escape from custody or avoid arrest.
63. Steal or misappropriate (money placed in one's trust or belonging to the organization for which one works).
64. A deep cut or tear in skin or flesh.
65. Conduct legal proceedings against a defendant.
66. Bribe or otherwise induce (someone) to commit an unlawful act such as perjury.
67. Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.
68. The action of generating a copy or imitation of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art, with the intent to defraud the public.
69. – Refrain from demanding compliance from a general rule / principle.
70. An improvised barrier erected across a street or other thoroughfare to prevent or delay the movement of opposing forces.
71. Wave or flourish (something, especially a weapon) as a threat or in anger or excitement.
72. Arrest (someone) for a crime.
73. The action of forcibly taking someone away against their will.
74. A person who gains sexual pleasure from watching others when they are naked or engaged in sexual activity.
75. The police sequestered the suspect. Which of the following words means the same as “sequestered”?
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