GMAT Data Insights Practice Test 1
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
Determine the price of two type A footballs if the total cost of a type A and a type B football is $500.
 Type B football costs $200
 Two type A and three type B footballs cost $1200
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Question 2 of 20
2. Question
What is the value of the positive integer, p?
 One of its divisors is 7.
 p is divisible by two positive integers only
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Question 3 of 20
3. Question
Find the value of r if 4r + 2t = 14
 t = 2
 r > t
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Question 4 of 20
4. Question
The line graph shows the average increase in algebra grades of students who received below 50% in a placement test and attended an extracurricular math tutoring program for 8 weeks. Points X, Y, and Z represent the average increase in weekly quiz grades for weeks 4, 7, and 8, respectively.
The increase from Week 1 to Week 4 falls approximately between _____.
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Question 5 of 20
5. Question
The line graph shows the average increase in algebra grades of students who received below 50% in a placement test and attended an extracurricular math tutoring program for 8 weeks. Points X, Y, and Z represent the average increase in weekly quiz grades for weeks 4, 7, and 8, respectively.
The increase in grade average from Week 1 to Week 4 is approximately _____ the increase in grades from week 4 to week 8.
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Question 6 of 20
6. Question
Stephenson, a businessman bought an Iron box for $80. He then sold the box. Determine his profit.
 He made a 30% profit.
 His selling price was $104.
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Question 7 of 20
7. Question
The ratio of water to alcohol in a 14 cup container is 2:5. Determine the new volume of the liquid in the container.
 Water is increased by 14%.
 Mixture whose ratio of water to alcohol is 4:5 is added to that in the container.
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Question 8 of 20
8. Question
The pie charts provided above show different economic activities in rural areas in Japan for 2015 as well as the projected changes in those activities by year 2025.
What is the projected change in revenue earned from Small Businesses and Transportation jobs in 2025?
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Question 9 of 20
9. Question
The pie charts provided above show different economic activities in rural areas in Japan for 2015 as well as the projected changes in those activities by year 2025.
Which sector is projected to have the smallest change in percentage of economic activity between 2015 and 2025?
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Question 10 of 20
10. Question
If x is a positive, twodigit integer, what is the value of x?
 The remainder when x is divided by 9 is 8
 The remainder when x is divided by 8 is 7
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Question 11 of 20
11. Question
What is the remainder when positive integer k is divided by 19?
 k divided by 57 has a remainder of 36
 k divided by 31 has a remainder of 4
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Question 12 of 20
12. Question
Loan Offerings
The following chart depicts the Total Interest Charged (TIC) for loans offered by Credit Makers Credit Union (CMCU). Listed according to term offering and loan amount. The TIC is the percentage of the loan amount that has to be paid back as interest and is divided equally between each year. No bonuses or other adjustments are included.
Memo
General memo to employees of CMCU:
March 25th
In order to improve the return rate of our loans, we are seeking to increase the TIC for longer term loans. We have begun two new policies. All loans taken with terms of 5 years or less now receive, as a bonus, a 1% lower TIC. Moreover, preferred customers (those who have previously taken loans of any term length in amounts of $25,000 or more) will receive a bonus of a 2% lower TIC when they take a loan with a term of 5 or 10 years in the amount of at least $25,000. Other loans continue at the standard rates.
We have also revised the penalties for early closure and made them applicable to all new loans. The penalties are as follows: For any loan, early closure in less than a year after the loan is taken results in a penalty equal to interest charged in the first year. For 2year loans, early closure after the first year results in a penalty equal to one year of interest. For 5year and 10year loans, closure after the first year results in a penalty equal to two years of interest and of loss of any bonus TIC deductions.
Read each of the tabs above. Select all of the statements below that will produce at least $2500 of TIC in its first year.
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Question 13 of 20
13. Question
Loan Offerings
The following chart depicts the Total Interest Charged (TIC) for loans offered by Credit Makers Credit Union (CMCU). Listed according to term offering and loan amount. The TIC is the percentage of the loan amount that has to be paid back as interest and is divided equally between each year. No bonuses or other adjustments are included.
Memo
General memo to employees of CMCU:
March 25th
In order to improve the return rate of our loans, we are seeking to increase the TIC for longer term loans. We have begun two new policies. All loans taken with terms of 5 years or less now receive, as a bonus, a 1% lower TIC. Moreover, preferred customers (those who have previously taken loans of any term length in amounts of $25,000 or more) will receive a bonus of a 2% lower TIC when they take a loan with a term of 5 or 10 years in the amount of at least $25,000. Other loans continue at the standard rates.
We have also revised the penalties for early closure and made them applicable to all new loans. The penalties are as follows: For any loan, early closure in less than a year after the loan is taken results in a penalty equal to interest charged in the first year. For 2year loans, early closure after the first year results in a penalty equal to one year of interest. For 5year and 10year loans, closure after the first year results in a penalty equal to two years of interest and of loss of any bonus TIC deductions.
Read each of the tabs above. Select all of the statements below that, according to the loan offerings and memo, produce a total interest of between $3500 and $6000 annually.
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Question 14 of 20
14. Question
What is the area of a circle with a center at (4, 2)?
 The line y = 11x – 1 is a tangent to the circle
 The point (8, 2) is on the circle
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Question 15 of 20
15. Question
If x is an integer, is x^{6} = 729
 x^{5} = (1/243)
 x^{2} is prime
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Question 16 of 20
16. Question
Five private bookstores released statistics on the top three genres at their store, the number of books ordered for retail, and the number of books sold within a period of three months. The following table represents the information that was released.
Consider each of the following statements about the sales of books. Select all of the statements that are supported below.
Top Three BestSelling Genres, books ordered for retail, and books sold Bookstore Top three genres Books ordered for retail (individual copies) Books Sold (individual copies) Hogwarts Books Drama Zoology
Liberal Arts
2500 2350
2300
900 437
603
Moonstone Business Administration
Women’s Studies
3400 2900
2550
1232 800
550
Westerfeld Store Biology Liberal Arts
Horror
3600 3750
3850
1500 1890
2700
Locksmith Books Mathematics Business Administration
900 970
950
90 430
550
The Bookery Botany Biology
Zoology
850 850
830
161 666
267
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Question 17 of 20
17. Question
The following table shows the percent of food type consumed in a US state divided by multiple age groups.
Consider each of the following statements about food type consumption and age. Select all of the statements that are supported below.
Food type consumption based on age Age (years) Food Type (percentage of diet) Carbs Red Meat White Meat Vegetables 10 – 20 20 35 20 25 20 – 30 25 40 20 15 30 – 40 15 35 30 20 40 – 50 15 35 30 30 50 – 60 20 15 25 40 60 – 70 20 10 20 50 CorrectIncorrect 
Question 18 of 20
18. Question
What is the value of a + b + c?
 4a – 3b + 2c = 19
 3a – 10b – 5c = 37
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Question 19 of 20
19. Question
You are considering buying a new car. Assume the MPG (Mileage Per Gallon) for this new car is X miles per gallon (X mpg) when traveling at a constant speed of Y miles per hour (Y mph).
In terms of the variables X and Y, select the expression that best represents the number of gallons used in one hour of traveling on highways at a constant speed of Y. Then, select the expression that represents the number of gallons used in a 50 mile drive traveling on highways at a constant speed of Y. Make only two selections, one from each column.
Gallons in 1 hour Gallons in 50 miles A G X/Y B H Y/X C I 50/Y D J X/50 E K Y/50 F L 50/X CorrectIncorrect 
Question 20 of 20
20. Question
A dance group in the United States is organizing a dance festival for the community. Five dancers will dance in the morning, and another five dancers will dance in the afternoon. To make sure that the dancers are fit for select performances, the dance group wants a majority of dancers in one part of the event to be born after 1990. The other part of the event should have at least four female dancers. Neither part of the event should have more than two dancers from countries outside of the US. The dance group has already agreed on a plan for eight of the ten dancers. That plan, showing names along with each dancer’s birth year and country of origin, is shown here.
Morning Afternoon John Dickman (male, born 1995, USA) Karen W. Smith (female, born 1992, USA) Mamado Sakho (male, born 1982, Ghana) Joan Shapcott (female, born 1973, England) Erika Metiner (female, born 1985, USA) Coral Bleacho (female, born 1971, Mexico) Sahar Babaei (female, born 1994, USA) Amir Koochi (male, born 1954, USA) Pick a dancer who could be added to either the morning or the afternoon. Then, pick a dancer who could NOT be added to either the morning or the afternoon. Make only two picks, one in each column.
Both morning and afternoon Neither morning nor afternoon Dancer A F Maryam Mirza (female, born 1972, USA) B G Nana Mangharibam (female, born 1944, Nicaragua) C H Camille Dongy (female, born 1992, USA) D I Natasha Filipova (female, born 1996, Mexico ) E J Kazim Ali (male, born 1961, USA) CorrectIncorrect