Out of Gear

by John
(Texas)

If two gears are attached (as many were on drive shafts on farm equipment growing up) they have to turn the same direction. If one gear turns the other then they turn in opposite directions (or you could say one gear drives the other). Your answer is incorrect.


In your introductory article I wondered what angels have to do with the wonderlic test. (you might want to proof-read content for angles and also biases instead of bases).

Best wishes,
John, a farm boy from Texas

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