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At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the

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At a certain stand, all soft drinks cost the same and all sandwiches cost the same. How much does 1 sandwich cost at the stand?

1) At the stand, 1 sandwich and 2 soft drinks cost a total of $3.15
2) At the stand, 3 sandwiches and 1 soft drink cost a total of $5.70

The OA is C


An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording time per page

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An actor read aloud and recorded a certain 420-page book on several audiotapes. Was the average recording per page less than 90 seconds?

1) Each tape was at most 40 minutes
2) The book was recorded on 15 tapes

The OA is C


Every person in a certain group is either a Dodgers fan or a Yankees fan, but not both. The ratio of Yankees fan to

Source: Magoosh Every person in a certain group is either a Dodgers fan or a Yankees fan, but not both. The ratio of Yankees fans to Dodgers fans is 5 to 3. If 22 Yankees fans change teams to become Dodgers fans, the ratio of Dodgers fans to Yankees fans will be 1 to 1. How many people are in the g...


The octahedron is an eight-faced geometric solid that can be thought of as two-square based pyramids with the squares

Source: Magoosh The octahedron is an eight-faced geometric solid that can be thought of as two square-based pyramids with the squares glued together. All eight faces of the octahedron are congruent equilateral triangles. Given that an edge is where the side of one equilateral triangle is attached t...


On Monday morning a certain machine ran continuously at a uniform rate to fill a production order. At what time did it

Official Guide On Monday morning a certain machine ran continuously at a uniform rate to fill a production order. At what time did it completely fill the order that morning? 1) The machine began filling the order at \(9{:}30\) a.m. 2) The machine has filled \(1/2\) of the order by \(10{:}30\) a.m. ...


A department manager distributed a number of pens, pencils, and pads among the staff in the department, with each staff

Official Guide A department manager distributed pens, pencils, and pads among the staff in the department, with each staff member receiving \(x\) pens, \(y\) pencils, and \(z\) pads. How many staff members were in the department? 1) The number of pens, pencils, and pads that each staff member recei...


\(40\) percent of Andrea's living room floor is covered by a carpet that is \(4\) feet by \(9\) feet. What is the area

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\(40\) percent of Andrea's living room floor is covered by a carpet that is \(4\) feet by \(9\) feet. What is the area of her living room floor?

A. \(14.4\)
B. \(\dfrac{180}{7}\)
C. \(50.4\)
D. \(60\)
E. \(90\)

OA E


Each of the following equations has at least one solution EXCEPT

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Each of the following equations has at least one solution EXCEPT

A. \(–2^n = (–2)^{-n}\)

B. \(2^{-n} = (–2)^n\)

C. \(2^n = (–2)^{-n}\)

D. \((–2)^n = –2^n\)

E. \((–2)^{-n} = –2^{-n}\)

OA A

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A casino pays players with chips that are either turquoise- or violet- colored. If each turquoise- colored chip is worth

Manhattan Prep A casino pays players with chips that are either turquoise- or violet- colored. If each turquoise- colored chip is worth t dollars, and each violet- colored chip is worth v dollars, where t and v are integers, what is the combined value of four turquoise- colored chips and two violet...


On each of the first three days of the month, Danny ate twice the number of apples he had eaten the day before. The

Economist On each of the first three days of the month, Danny ate twice the number of apples he had eaten the day before. The ratio of the number of apples he ate on the third day to the number he ate on the fourth day is \(\dfrac{3}{5}\). What is the ratio of the number of apples Danny ate on the ...


Bikesville is 200 miles from Restsville. Jasmine can complete the entire trip in 8 hours, and Monte takes two hours

Magoosh Bikesville is 200 miles from Restsville. Jasmine can complete the entire trip in 8 hours, and Monte takes two hours longer than Jasmine to complete the entire trip. If one begins in Bikesville and the other in Restsville, then approximately how long will it take them to meet? A. 2 hrs B. 2....


Last year in a group of 30 businesses, 21 reported a net profit and 15 had investments in foreign markets. How many of

Official Guide Last year in a group of 30 businesses, 21 reported a net profit and 15 had investments in foreign markets. How many of the businesses did not report a net profit nor invest in foreign markets last year? 1) Last year 12 of the 30 businesses reported a net profit and had investments in...


Guy's net income equals his gross income minus his deductions. By what percent did Guy's net income change on January 1

Official Guide Guy's net income equals his gross income minus his deductions. By what percent did Guy's net income change on January 1, 1989, when both his gross income and his deductions increased? 1) Guy's gross income increased by 4 percent on January 1, 1989 2) Guy's deductions increased by 15 ...


At the end of the first quarter, the share price of a certain mutual fund was 20 percent higher than it was at the

GMAT Prep At the end of the first quarter, the share price of a certain mutual fund was 20 percent higher than it was at the beginning of the year. At the end of the second quarter, the share price was 50 percent higher than it was at the beginning of the year. What was the percent increase in the ...


A certain roller coaster has 3 cars, and a passenger is equally likely to ride in any 1 of the 3 cars each time that

GMAT Prep A certain roller coaster has 3 cars, and a passenger is equally likely to ride in any 1 of the 3 cars each time that passenger rides the roller coaster. If a certain passenger is to ride the roller coaster 3 times, what is the probability that the passenger will ride in each of the 3 cars...