GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Practice Set 4
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingFind the angle
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIf f(x) = 4x + 2w and g(x) = 3x – 2w, then what is the value of g(f(3)) – f(g(5))? W will remain constant.
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingDuring the summer, Terrence works out daily to build muscle and put on weight for the football season. He gains an average of 2.25 pounds each of the 9 weeks of his program. What percent of his original 220 pounds did Terrence gain?
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIt is given that p, q & r are three integers greater than zero. If (qp) = 1 and (r q) = 1 then which of the following must be true?
I. The product of the three integers is a multiple of 6
II. (rp)(qp+1) = 4
III. The product, pq is not even
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingConsider the parallelogram below. What is the complement of ∠R?
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIf x² = 25x, solve for x = ?
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingWhat is ∠y + ∠x
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingIf (x + 3)² = 16 and (y + 4)² = 36, what is the maximum value of yx?
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingFour trucks (all different in colors) and three jeeps (all different in colors) are to be placed in a row for a sale exhibition. In how many different ways can the vehicles be arranged so that the jeeps are placed together next to each other?
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Category: GMAT Problem SolvingSarah’s fuel gauge reads 1/8th full. She adds 10 gallons to the tank and the gauge now reads 3/4ths full. In gallons, what is the capacity of her fuel tank?
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