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GRE Exercise: Quantitative Reasoning

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 Quantitative Reasoning - Word Problem Set: 4Quantitative comparison Numeric Entry Data Interpretation  
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1. Which of the following could be a value of x, in the diagram above?
Indicate ALL such values.

GRE quantitative test


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Exercise50

2. Helpers are needed to prepare for the fete. Each helper can make either 2 large cakes or 35 small cakes per hour. The kitchen is available for 3 hours and 20 large cakes and 700 small cakes are needed. How many helpers are required?

Exercise10

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3. Jo's collection contains US, Indian and British stamps. If the ratio of US to Indian stamps is 5 to 2 and the ratio of Indian to British stamps is 5 to 1, what is the ratio of US to British stamps?

Exercise5 : 1

Exercise10 : 5

Exercise15 : 2

Exercise20 : 2

Exercise25 : 2

4. A 3 by 4 rectangle is inscribed in circle. What is the circumference of the circle?

Exercise2.5π

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5. Two sets of 4 consecutive positive integers have exactly one integer in common. The sum of the integers in the set with greater numbers is how much greater than the sum of the integers in the other set?

Exercise4

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Exercise12

Exerciseit cannot be determined from the information given.

6. A circular logo is enlarged to fit the lid of a jar. The new diameter is 50 per cent larger than the original. By what percentage has the area of the logo increased?

Exercise50

Exercise80

Exercise100

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Exercise250

7. ABCD is a square of side 3, and E and F are the mid points of sides AB and BC respectively. What is the area of the quadrilateral EBFD ?

GRE quantitative test


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8. If n ≠ 0, which of the following expressions could have a value less than n?
Indicate ALL such expressions.

Exercise2n

Exercisen2

Exercise2 - n

9. After being dropped a certain ball always bounces back to 2/5 of the height of its previous bounce. After the first bounce it reaches a height of 125 inches. How high (in inches) will it reach after its fourth bounce?

Exercise20

Exercise15

Exercise8

Exercise5

Exercise3.2

10. n and p are integers greater than 1, 5n is the square of a number, 75np is the cube of a number. The smallest value for n + p is

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Exercise50