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The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at

Source: GMAT Prep train.jpg The table above shows the morning schedule for train X . If Juan took train X on Monday morning, did he arrive at station T on schedule? 1) Juan arrived at station T on Monday morning 1 hour and 2 minutes after he left station S. 2) Juan arrived at his office at 8:30 (ES...


Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he

Source: Princeton Review Steven has run a certain number of laps around a track at an average (arithmetic mean) time per lap of 51 seconds. If he runs one additional lap in 39 seconds and reduces his average time per lap to 49 seconds, how many laps did he run at an average time per lap of 51 secon...


The sum of two integers is 27. The larger integer is 25% greater than the smaller integer. What is the positive

Source: Princeton Review

The sum of two integers is 27. The larger integer is 25% greater than the smaller integer. What is the positive difference between the two integers?

A. 3
B. 6
C. 9
D. 12
E. 15

The OA is A


Judith and Quincy started with the same amount of money to invest at the beginning of 2012. Judith's investments

Source: Magoosh Judith and Quincy started with the same amount of money to invest at the beginning of 2012. Judith's investments increased by P percent in the year 2012 and then increased by Q percent in the year 2013. From the start of 2012 to the end of 2013, Quincy's investment increased by R pe...


Over a four-game stretch, Dennis's bowling score average 240. By what percent would his score have had to have been

Source: Veritas Prep

Over a four-game stretch, Dennis's bowling score average 240. By what percent would his score have had to have been higher in order for him to average a perfect game (300)?

A. 22%
B. 25%
C. 20%
D. 40%
E. 60%

The OA is B


A cylinder is being filled with sand weighing 200 kg per cubic foot. The cylinder has a diameter of 1 foot and is 5 feet

Source: Veritas Prep

A cylinder is being filled with sand weighing 200 kg per cubic foot. The cylinder has a diameter of 1 foot and is 5 feet tall. How much sand is being used?

A. \(250 \,\pi \) kg
B. \(500 \,\pi\) kg
C. \(500 \,\pi^2\) kg
D. \(1000\, \pi\) kg
E. \(1000\, \pi^2\) kg

The OA is A


Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or

Source: Manhattan Prep Starting with 0, a mathematician labels every non-negative integer as one of five types: alpha, beta, gamma, delta, or epsilon, in that repeating order as the integers increase. For instance, integer 8 is labeled delta. What is the label on an integer that is the sum of a gam...


The ratio of males to females in a particular school is 4:5. How many male students are there?

Source: Magoosh The ratio of males to females in a particular school is 4:5. How many male students are there? 1) If the number of girls increased by 20%, then males would constitute 40% of this larger student body 2) If 10 more male students joined the school, the new ratio of males to females wou...


A batch of widgets costs \(p+15\) dollars for a company to produce and each batch sells for \(p(9-p)\) dollars. For

Source: Manhattan Prep

A batch of widgets costs \(p + 15\) dollars for a company to produce and each batch sells for \(p(9 – p)\) dollars. For which of the following values of p does the company make a profit?

A. 3
B. 4
C. 5
D. 6
E. 7

The OA is B


100 consumers were surveyed about their use of two products, soap A and soap B. How many of the consumers used only

Source: Veritas Prep

100 consumers were surveyed about their use of two products, soap A and soap B. How many of the consumers used only soap A?

1) 70 of the consumers used soap B
2) 20 of the consumers used both soaps

The OA is E


On a ferry, there are 50 cars and 10 trucks. The cars have an average mass of 1200 kg and the trucks have an average

Source: Magoosh

On a ferry, there are 50 cars and 10 trucks. The cars have an average mass of 1200 kg and the trucks have an average mass of 3000 kg. What is the average mass of all 60 vehicles on the ferry?

A. 1200 kg
B. 1500 kg
C, 1800 kg
D. 2100 kg
E. 2400 kg

The OA is B


If a certain seamstress in a garment shope made \(65\) coats, what percent of the shop's total output of coats did she

Source: Princeton Review If a certain seamstress in a garment shop made \(65\) coats, what percent of the shop's total output of coats did she make? 1) The shop made a total of \(325\) coats 2) The number of coats made by the seamstress represents \(\dfrac{1}{5}\) of the shop's output of coats The ...


A gang of criminals hijacked a train heading due south. At exactly the same time, a police car located \(50\) miles

Source: Manhattan Prep A gang of criminals hijacked a train heading due south. At exactly the same time, a police car located \(50\) miles north of the train started driving south toward the train on an adjacent roadway parallel to the train track. If the train traveled at a constant rate of \(50\)...


Victor's job requires him to complete a series of identical jobs. If Victor is supervised at work, he finishes each job

Source: Manhattan Prep Victor's job requires to him complete a series of identical jobs. If Victor is supervised at work, he finishes each job three days faster than if he is unsupervised. If Victor works for \(144\) hours and is supervised for half the time, he will finish a total of \(36\) jobs. ...


In the figure above, SQRE is a square and AB = AC. Is the area of triangle ABC greater than the area of square SQRE?

Source: Manhattan Prep

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In the figure above, SQRE is a square and AB = AC. Is the area of triangle ABC greater than the area of square SQRE?

1) The length of RE is less than twice the length of BR.
2) AS = AQ

The OA is C