GMAT Data Insights Practice Test 3
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Question 1 of 20
1. Question
Point A is the center of a city, which is 124 miles from Point B, the center of a different city. Using the most direct route, how long will it take to drive from Point A to Point B?
 Your average speed is 48 miles per hour.
 You know a different point, Point C, is 62 miles from Point A and can be reached in one hour and 48 minutes.
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Question 2 of 20
2. Question
Hank is replacing the floor in his living room. He is placing an order for laminate flooring that costs $3.50/square foot. How much is he spending?
 The width of his living room is 18 feet.
 The room is a rectangle with a side ratio of 3:2.
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Question 3 of 20
3. Question
In Eric’s class, the average score on the last test was 84%. What was Eric’s score?
 Of the 25 questions on the test, Eric correctly answered one less than the average student.
 The ratio of questions Eric answered incorrectly to the ones he answered correctly is 1:4.
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Question 4 of 20
4. Question
The local drivein theater is trying to determine the best price per car. They experimented with different rates over a period of 18 weeks and compiled the data above.
For every dollar the drivein increases the cost of admission, they can expect ____ less cars.
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Question 5 of 20
5. Question
The local drivein theater is trying to determine the best price per car. They experimented with different rates over a period of 18 weeks and compiled the data above.
By switching to charging admission per person instead of per car, the theater can expect their review to ______.
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Question 6 of 20
6. Question
Sam wants to reduce his average daily spending by 30%. How much is he currently spending daily?
 He currently buys four sodas a day at an average price of $2 each.
 By purchasing only one soda a day he accomplishes 25% of his goal.
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Question 7 of 20
7. Question
A man is making a triangular picture frame using three pieces of wood. Does he need to cut any of the pieces?
 The combined length of the pieces of wood is 38 inches.
 One piece is 19 inches in length and the other two are both 9 inches in length.
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Question 8 of 20
8. Question
A water sample from the county reservoir was found to contain a concerning bacteria. The lab technician monitored the sample in a growth medium over a number of days (d) and recorded her findings in the chart above.
Which function best models the number of bacteria B(d), after d days?
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Question 9 of 20
9. Question
A water sample from the county reservoir was found to contain a concerning bacteria. The lab technician monitored the sample in a growth medium over a number of days (d) and recorded her findings in the chart above.
If the bacteria continues to grow, at this rate it will reach 1billion cells less than ____________ days.
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Question 10 of 20
10. Question
If p and q are positive numbers, does the interval <p, q> include 10?
 p is the smaller number and their product is 100
 100 lies in the interval of <p^{2}, q^{2}>
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Question 11 of 20
11. Question
Package A and Package B are shipped for a total of $18. What was the cost to ship each package individually?
 You can ship Package A four times and Package B twice for a total of $64.
 The cost of shipping Package A is 350% the cost of shipping Package B.
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Question 12 of 20
12. Question
Card 1
Betty’s Baked Goods operates out of Seattle, Washington. They offer premade and DIY baked goods, made from allnatural ingredients, with no preservatives added. All of their products can be packaged into one of five categories:
 15piece bite sized premade: $28.99 (2.5 pounds*)
 15piece bite sized DIY: $24.99 (1.25 pounds*)
 6piece full sized premade: $49.99 (6 pounds*)
 6piece full sized DIY: $39.99 (3 pounds*)
 6piece assortment (3 full size premade, 3 full size DIY): $45.99 (4.5 pounds*)
*Weight includes packaging
Card 2
Betty’s uses two shipping methods, both by Fast Food Shipping: Standard and Special Delivery. Premade items must ship through Special Delivery, whereas DIY can ship either.
 Standard Delivery: $10 plus $6/pound
 Special Delivery: $35 plus $10/pound
Card 3
If an order contains items that can be shipped using either service, the customer may choose which shipping method they prefer.
Read each of the tabs above.
Suppose an order comes in totaling no more than $250, shipping included. Select all of the following sets that could work.
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Question 13 of 20
13. Question
Card 1
Betty’s Baked Goods operates out of Seattle, Washington. They offer premade and DIY baked goods, made from allnatural ingredients, with no preservatives added. All of their products can be packaged into one of five categories:
 15piece bite sized premade: $28.99 (2.5 pounds*)
 15piece bite sized DIY: $24.99 (1.25 pounds*)
 6piece full sized premade: $49.99 (6 pounds*)
 6piece full sized DIY: $39.99 (3 pounds*)
 6piece assortment (3 full size premade, 3 full size DIY): $45.99 (4.5 pounds*)
*Weight includes packaging
Card 2
Betty’s uses two shipping methods, both by Fast Food Shipping: Standard and Special Delivery. Premade items must ship through Special Delivery, whereas DIY can ship either.
 Standard Delivery: $10 plus $6/pound
 Special Delivery: $35 plus $10/pound
Card 3
If an order contains items that can be shipped using either service, the customer may choose which shipping method they prefer.
Read each of the tabs above.
Consider the following options. Select all of the following orders that should utilize OPTION B.
 Option A: All items ship via Special Delivery
 Option B: Only the items requiring it are shipped Special Delivery, the rest are shipped via Standard Delivery.
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Question 14 of 20
14. Question
Is ‘a’ an even number given that a, b and c are integers and the sum of the product ab and c is an odd number?
 Sum of the products ab and ac is even
 Sum of the product bc and a is an even number
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Question 15 of 20
15. Question
Polar Inc. buys fans for $18. At what price do they sell the fans?
 The profit margin is 30%.
 They get a 12% discount for buying in bulk.
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Question 16 of 20
16. Question
The table displays the breakdown of the company’s Advertising Budget for last year.
Based on the information given in the table, select all of the statements below that can be proven to be true.
Advertising Budget is 15% of Total Budget Media Budget (%) Amount ($Thousands) Radio Ads 11 27.5 Mailer 13 32.5 Internet Ads 17 42.5 TV Ads 24 60 Newsprint 19 47.5 Freestanding 16 40 CorrectIncorrect 
Question 17 of 20
17. Question
The following table displays the production data of a manufacturing plant.
Based on the information given in the table, select all of the statements below that can be proven to be true.
Week 6 Production (Units) Vs Week 5 (+4) Vs Week 6 LY (2) Observed Line 1 Line 2 Line 2 Total +/ Expected Shift 1 36 41 40 117 3 Shift 2 42 46 48 136 4 Shift 3 39 42 44 125 5 Total 117 129 132 378 +/ Expected 13 9 2 CorrectIncorrect 
Question 18 of 20
18. Question
A solution of water and vinegar completely fills a 2quart container. What percent of the solution is vinegar?
 There is more water than vinegar in the solution.
 The ratio of vinegar to water is 1:7.
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Question 19 of 20
19. Question
Two companies X and Y have the current number of employees as 80 and 110 respectively. Both the companies are increasing the number of employees after every three months at a constant rate. After 15 months, the number of employees of both companies becomes the same. What will be the rate of increase of the companies X and Y?
Company X Company Y Rate of Increase (Per 3 Months) A G 3 B H 4 C I 5 D J 7 E K 9 F L 12 Select one response for Company X (AF) and one response for Company Y (GL)
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Question 20 of 20
20. Question
The demand of a product A increases at the same rate per year as the income of the person decreases. If the income of the person was I in 2008 and changes to (I² – 2I) / 4I in 2009. At the same rate, what will be the demand of product in terms of I and D if the demand in 2008 is D and what will be the rate of change of income of the person?
Demand D Rate of Change of Income A G (3l + 2) / 4 B H (3l – 2) / 4 C I (4d – 3l – 2) / 4 D J (7d + 6l + 2) / 4 E K (4d + 3l + 2) / 4 F L (4d + 5l – 6) / 4 Select one response for Demand (AF) and one response for Rate of Change of Income (GL)
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