GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Practice Set 2
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1. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIn a claw machine, the probability of NOT getting a stuffed animal is 55%. The probability of NOT getting a doll is 70%. If no doll is a stuffed animal and no stuffed animal is a doll, what is the probability of getting a stuffed animal or a doll in the claw machine?
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Question 2 of 10
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingAlice is keeping pitching stats for her softball team. In a certain game, the ratio of strikes to balls pitched was 2:5. Which of the following could not be the total number of pitches thrown during the game?
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Question 3 of 10
3. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingThree positive integers are chosen at random from a list ranging from 2 to 100, with the next number being a greater value than the previous. We know that a < b < c. Which of the following is a true statement?
 (ab – c) < (bc – a)
 (b / a) > (b / c)
 (b^{c})^{a} < (c^{b})^{a}
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Question 4 of 10
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingJason works in both a laundromat and a gas station. In a 45day period, he worked at the laundromat 5/18 of the days, and he did not work for 1/3 of the days. The rest of the days he spent working at the gas station. If one day is equivalent to an 8hour shift, how many hours did Jason work at the gas station during this period?
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Question 5 of 10
5. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIf 4x² – 4x – 8 = 0 and 2p² + p – 10 = 0, what is the sum of all solutions for p and g?
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6. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingA Pair of bowling balls and three shirts costs $187.50. Three bowling balls and eight shirts cost $325. What is the cost of six shirts?
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Question 7 of 10
7. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingWhat is ∠y+∠x?
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Question 8 of 10
8. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIf the points (a,2a) and (3a,6a) lies on the line L then which of the following is the line perpendicular to line L?
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Question 9 of 10
9. Question
Category: GMAT Problem SolvingA school administrator is organizing a field trip for 380 students. She decides that the ratio of students to chaperones needs to be no more than 4:1. The charter bus company states that each bus can accommodate 64 individuals. Each bus has a flat rate of $200, and a surcharge of $2 per student and $3 per chaperone. What is the total cost of the charter?
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Question 10 of 10
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingThe lecture hall is 35% full. A group of fourteen enter the hall and take their seats. The hall is now 42% full. How many people will still be in the hall if 17 people leave?
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