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Re: GRE Quantitative
Friend Have a Look , ion your Demanding Here I am providing Previous year GER Exam Sample Question of Quantitative Reasoning : 1. Column A Column B (-7)4 (-7)5 if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. 2. x = 2y + 5 y = -2 Column A Column B x 1 if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. 3. Column A Column B (0.99)2(0.99)3 (0.99)6 if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. 4. The average (arithmetic mean) of x and y is 20. If z = 5, what is the average of x, y, and z? 15 12.5 10 25/3 5. If 3x - 2 = 2x+5, then 5x = 15 35 0 7 6. If 0 < st < 1, then which of the following can be true? s < -1 and t > 0 s < -1 and t < -1 s > -1 and t < -1 s > 1 and t < -1 s > 1 and t > 1 7. In a certain shop, notebooks that normally sell for 59 cents each are on sale at 2 for 99 cents. How much can be saved by purchasing 10 of these notebooks at the sale price? $0.85 $0.95 $1.00 $1.05 $1.10 8. In 2010, for which of the stores was the dollar amount of sales greater than that of any of the others shown? A B C D It cannot be determined from the information given. 9. In store D, the dollar amount of sales for 2009 was approximately what percent of the dollar amount of sales for 2010? 105% 106% 95% 104% It cannot be determined from the information given. 10. Assuming sale at each store was same (in dollar amount) at beginning of 2008, which store has minimum sale at end of 2010? A B D E It cannot be determined from the information given. P can do a piece of work in 24 days, Q is 50% more efficient than P. Column A Column B Number of days taken by Q 18 days if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Column A Column B (m)444 (m)44.4 where, m>0 if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Column A Column B 8∛2 ∛1024 if the quantity in Column A is greater; if the quantity in Column B is greater; if the two quantities are equal; if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Product of two natural numbers P and Q is 590 and their HCF is 59. How many set of values of P and Q is possible? If the group of students eats 2 cookies, 3 sandwiches and drinks 2 cokes, the bill amounts to $74. If the group of students eats 5 cookies, 6 sandwiches and drinks 4 coke, the bill amounts to $128. If the group of students eats 3 cookies, 3 sandwiches and drinks 2 coke, then what should the group pay? $78 $54 $48 $96 Two machines S and T produce 1000 and 2000 items every day. Machine S produce 10 defective items machine T produces 40 defective items. On particular day the supervisor of the shop floor picked up an item and found it was defective. Find the probability that it came from machine S. 1/4 1/5 1/6 1/8 1/7 All the sides of a hexagon become three times the original length. Find the ratio of areas of the new and old hexagons. A train travels from station A to C having distance of 285 miles in 6 hours. During the journey, it reaches intermediate station B at the average speed of 40 miles/hr. From station B, train reaches station C at average speed of 55 miles/hr. What is the distance between the station B and C? If m and n are the roots of the equation a2 - 6a + 8 = 0, then find the value of (m+n)(m-n) 12 8 16 4 18 If a bookstore owner buys 15 books less for $900 when the price of each book goes up by $3, then find the original price of book. $20 $18 $15 $12 $9 What is the number of men in 2013? 90,000 92,000 93,600 94,200 What was the number of adults above the age of 60 years in 2012? 20,000 23,000 14,000 Cannot be determined What percentage of the population in 2013 consisted of children? 16% 20% 13% Cannot be determined In a basket full of balls, 60% are mangoes and remaining 40% are apple. 25% of apples are green and the rest 75% are red. Of the mangoes, 80% are red and the rest of the mangoes are green, What percentage of the green fruits are mangoes? A train takes 10 seconds to cross a pole and 20 seconds to cross a platform of length 200 m. What is the length of train? 400 m 600 m 200 m 800 m There are 10 multiple choice questions in an examination. First 4 have 5 choices each and remaining have 4 choices each. How many sequences of answers are possible? 45 * 54 45 * 64 54 * 64 None of Above For questions 8 to 10 please refer the following Mark (i) if Quantity A is greater Mark (ii) if Quantity B is greater Mark (iii) if Quantity A and B are equal Mark (iv) if its not possible to determine which Quantity is greater Quantity A: Probability of having 53 Sundays in a leap year Quantity B: Probability of having 5 Sundays and 5 Mondays in February month a leap year Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater Quantity A and B are equal Its not possible to determine which Quantity is greater Quantity A: Last digit of the number 4444 Quantity B: Last digit of 125125 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater Quantity A and B are equal Its not possible to determine which Quantity is greater Quantity A: 22% of 333% of 4444 Quantity B: 4444% of 333% of 22 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater Quantity A and B are equal Its not possible to determine which Quantity is greater' |