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If \(a\) and \(b\) are positive integers, what is the value of the product \(ab?\)

If \(a\) and \(b\) are positive integers, what is the value of the product \(ab?\)

(1) The least common multiple of \(a\) and \(b\) is \(48.\)

(2) The greatest common factor of \(a\) and \(b\) is \(4.\)

Answer: C

Source: Official Guide


If a square is inscribed in a circle that, in turn, is inscribed in a larger square, what is the ratio of the perimeter

If a square is inscribed in a circle that, in turn, is inscribed in a larger square, what is the ratio of the perimeter of the larger square to that of the smaller square?

A. \(\dfrac12\)

B. \(\dfrac1{\sqrt2}\)

C. \(\sqrt2\)

D. \(2\)

E. \(3.14\)

Answer: C

Source: GMAT Club Tests


Rosalie tosses a coin a number of times and counts the total number of times the coin lands tail-side up. How many times

Rosalie tosses a coin a number of times and counts the total number of times the coin lands tail-side up. How many times does she toss the coin? 1. The chance that the coin lands tail-side up exactly once is between 0.1 and 0.2. 2. The chance that the coin lands head-side up exactly once is the same...


The line represented by the equation \(y = -2 x + 6\) is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment \(AB.\) If \(A\)

The line represented by the equation \(y = -2 x + 6\) is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment \(AB.\) If \(A\) has the coordinates \((7,2),\) what are the coordinates for \(B?\)

A. \((-2, -1)\)
B. \((-1, -2)\)
C. \((-2, 1)\)
D. \((-1, 2)\)
E. \((7, 2)\)

Answer: B

Source: Manhattan GMAT


If \(n\) is the least of three different integers greater than \(1,\) what is the value of \(n?\)

If \(n\) is the least of three different integers greater than \(1,\) what is the value of \(n?\)

(1) The product of the three integers is \(90.\)

(2) One of the integers is twice one of the other two integers.

Answer: C

Source: Official Guide


If \((b-3)\left(4+\dfrac2{b}\right) = 0\) and \(b \ne 3,\) then \(b=\)

If \((b-3)\left(4+\dfrac2{b}\right) = 0\) and \(b \ne 3,\) then \(b=\)

(A) \(-8\)

(B) \(-2\)

(C) \(-\dfrac12\)

(D) \(\dfrac12\)

(E) \(2\)

Answer: C

Source: Official Guide


If \(a, b,\) and \(c\) are consecutive integers and \(0 < a < b < c,\) is the product \(abc\) a multiple of \(8?\)

If \(a, b,\) and \(c\) are consecutive integers and \(0 < a < b < c,\) is the product \(abc\) a multiple of \(8?\)

(1) The product \(ac\) is even.

(2) The product \(bc\) is a multiple of \(4.\)

Answer: A

Source: Official Guide


A framed picture is shown above. The frame, shown shaded, is 6 inches wide and forms a border of uniform width around

Image.png A framed picture is shown above. The frame, shown shaded, is 6 inches wide and forms a border of uniform width around the picture. What are the dimensions of the viewable portion of the picture? (1) The area of the shaded region is 24 square inches. (2) The frame is 8 inches tall. Answer:...


In a certain history class of 17 juniors and seniors, each junior has written 2 book reports and each senior has written

In a certain history class of 17 juniors and seniors, each junior has written 2 book reports and each senior has written 3 book reports. If the 17 students have written a total of 44 book reports, how many juniors are in the class?

A. 7
B. 8
C. 9
D. 10
E. 11

Answer: A

Source: Official Guide


Is \(2x > 2y?\)

Is \(2x > 2y?\)

(1) \(x > y\)
(2) \(3x > 3y\)

Answer: D

Source: Official Guide

by VJesus12

Wed Jan 12, 2022 10:22 am
Forum: Data Sufficiency
Topic: Is \(2x > 2y?\)
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In a production lot, \(20\%\) of widgets are blue and the rest are black. One-half of widgets are made of silver and the

In a production lot, \(20\%\) of widgets are blue and the rest are black. One-half of widgets are made of silver and the rest are made of gold. If \(10\%\) of the widgets are silver and blue, and \(80\) are black and gold, how many total widgets are there? A. 140 B. 160 C. 180 D. 200 E. 250 Answer: ...

by VJesus12

Wed Jan 12, 2022 10:19 am
Forum: Data Sufficiency
Topic: In the quilting pattem
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Did Insurance Company \(K\) have more than \(\$300\) million in total net profits last year?

Did Insurance Company \(K\) have more than \(\$300\) million in total net profits last year? (1) Last year Company \(K\) paid out \(\$0.95\) in claims for every dollar of premiums collected (2) Last year Company \(K\) earned a total of \(\$150\) million in profits from the investment of accumulated ...