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  • Answer: D Range is difference between largest and smallest # Range = 17- 4 = 13.
  • Answer: E Assuming X to be two possible even numbers x = 4 or 2 E is the only answer that will give an odd # everytime.
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  • Answer: E x, 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x 16 x – 2x = 14x = 12 X = 12/14 = 6/7
  • Answer: D A = 21x, B = 7x, C=4x, D=3x Statement 1: 21x + 7x = 56,000 : sufficient Statement 2: 7x – 4x = 60,000: sufficient
  • Answer: A Statement 1: k has to be > 1, so 1/K > 0 Statement 2: K could be -1 < K < 0, so k could equal =-.5, But 1/ -.5 is NOT > 0 – NOT sufficient
  • Answer: C Statement 1: The slope of K could be positive, negative or vertical passing through x = 2 – NOT sufficient Statement 2: The slope of K could be positive, negative or horizontal passing through y = 3 – NOT sufficient Both together suficient to give slope =y/x = 3/2
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  • Answer: E Statement 1: 5 < p < q, NOT sufficient we don’t know r Statement 2: p < r < 15, NOT sufficient we don’t know q Both together we still don’t know q
  • Answer: A Statement 1: sufficient using n = 3, 5 and 7. The remainder is zero in each case. Statement 2: NOT sufficient using n = 9, 10, 11. The remainder isn’t consistent.
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  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com GMAT Practice Test Powered by: Success Prep www.successprep.com
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 01 The number of years of service of the eight employees in a production department are 15, 10, 9, 17,6, 4, 14 and 16. What is the range of service of the eight employees? A 10 B 11 C 12 D 13 E 14 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 02 If x is an even integer, which of the following must be an odd integer? A 3x 2 B 3x + 1 2 C 3x2 D 3x2 2 E 3x2 + 1 2
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 03 If 521 × 411 = 2 × 10n what is the value of n? A 11 B 21 C 22 D 23 E 32 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 04 1 , a2 , a3 , .........., an , ......., each term 5 - a2 = 12, what is the value of a1 ? A 4 B 24 7 C 2 D 12 7 E 6 7
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 05 A certain movie depicted product A in 21 scenes, product B in 7 scenes, product C in 4 scenes and product D in 3 scenes. The four product manufacturers paid amounts proportional to the number of scenes in which their product was depicted in the movie. If each manufacturer paid x dollars per scene, how much did the manufacturer of product D pay for this advertising? (1) The manufacturers of products A and B together paid a total of $560,000 for this advertising (2) The manufacturer of product B paid $60,000 more for this advertising than the manufacturer of product C paid Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 06 If k ≠ 0, 1, or -1, is 1 > 0 ? k (1) 1 > 0 k-1 (2) 1 > 0 k+1
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 07 If k is a line in the xy-plane, what is the slope of k? (1) The x-intercept of k is 2 (2) The y-intercept of k is 3 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 08 If 2x - 2x-2 = 3(213 ), what is the value of x ? A 9 B 11 C 13 D 15 E 17
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 09 A 30 B 20 C 18 D 12 E 6 The residents of Town X participated in a survey to determine the number of hours per week each resident spent watching television. The distribution of the results of the survey had a mean of 21 hours and a standard deviation of 6 hours. The number of hours Pat, a resident of Town X, watched television last week was between 1 and 2 standard deviations below the mean. Which of the following could be the number of hours that Pat watched television last week? Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 10 The numbers of books read by 7 students last year were 10, 5, read by the 7 students last year? (2) p < r < 15
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 11 If n is a positive integer and r is the remainder when n2 - 1 is divided by 8, what is the value of r ? (1) n is odd (2) n is not divisible by 8 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 12 If a certain sample of data has a mean of 20.0 and a standard deviation of 3.0. which of the following values is more than 2.5 standard deviations from the mean ? A 12.0 B 13.5 C 17.0 D 23.5 E 26.5
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 13 In the xy-plane, line k has a positive slope and x-intercept 4. If the area of the triangle formed by line k and the two axes is 12, what is the y-intercept of line k ? A -6 B -4 C -3 D 3 E 6 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 14 A certain farmer pays $30 per acre per month to rent farmland. How much does the farmer pay per month to rent a rectangular plot of farmland that is 360 feet by 605 feet ? A $5,330 B $3,630 C $1,350 D $360 E $150
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 15 A 8 B 16 C 20 D 32 E 40 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 16 If (2x )(3y ) = 288, where x and y are positive integers, then (2x-1 )(3y-2 ) = A 16 B 24 C 48 D 96 E 144
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 17 mean) of (x + 2)2 and (x - 2)2 ? A x2 B x2 + 2 C x2 + 4 D x2 + 2x E x2 + 4x Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 18 is P feet. If A = 2P + 9, what is the perimeter of the garden, in feet ? A 28 B 36 C 40 D 56 E 64
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 19 If (2x )(2y ) = 8 and (9x )(3y ) = 81, then (x, y) = A (1, 2) B (2, 1) C (1, 1) D (2, 2) E (1, 3) Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 20 Each unit of a certain product costs a manufacturer $9 to produce. The manufacturer sells the product in boxes of 50 units for $560 per box. How many boxes of the product does A 90 B 100 C 900 D 1,000 E 1,100
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 21 One member of a committee of 5 men and 8 women resigned and was not replaced. What fraction of the remaining members were men? (1) 7 of the remaining members were women 12 (2) The member who resigned was a woman Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 22 If b is positive, is ab positive? (1) a2 b > 0 (2) a2 + b = 13
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 23 If w and z are positive, is w < 1 ? z (1) w < z (2) z < 4 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 24 A certain circular area has its center at point P and has radius 4, and points X and Y lie in the same plane as the circular area. Does point Y lie outside the circular area? (1) The distance between point P and point X is 4.5 (2) The distance between point X and point Y is 9
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 25 If w, x, y, and z are numbers on the number line shown, which of the following products is least? A wy B wz C xy D xz E yz -2 -1 x y 0 z 1 2w Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 26 x 2w A 2 B 4 C 8 D 16 E 32
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 27 A 3 B 4 C 5 D 6 E 8 Type of Cake Eggs Flour Sugar Angel Food 6 3 cups 1 cup Devil’s Food 3 4 cups 2 cups Pound 2 4 cups 1 cup make one cake of each of the three different types. If the baker had 24 eggs, 30 cups devil’s food cake, what is the maximum number of pound cakes that the baker could make with the remaining ingredients? Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 28 If w, x and y are consecutive odd positive integers and A -4 B -2 C -1 D 0 E 3
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 29 In 1984, a certain union had a total of 15,600 members. Was the percent increase in the total number of members in the union from 1984 to 1985 greater than that from 1985 to 1986 (1) From 1984 to 1985, the total number of members in the union increased by 781, and from 1985 to 1986, the total number of members in the union again increased by 781 (2) In 1985, the union had a total of 16,381 members and in 1986, the union had a total of 17,162 members Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 30 What is the greatest integer that is less than t ? (1) t = 9 4 (2) t = -3 2 2( )
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 31 Does set S contain any even numbers (1) There are no prime numbers in S (2) There are no multiples of 4 in S Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 32 Three thousand families live in a certain town. How many families who live in the town own neither a car nor a television set? (1) Of the families who live in the town, 2,980 own a car (2) Of the families who live in the town, 2,970 own both a car and a television set
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 33 What is the value of v3 - k3 ? (1) vk > 0 (2) v - k = 6 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 34 What is the value of 3n - 4 (1) 6n - 10 = 30 (2) n = 20 3 9
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 35 If eleven consecutive integers are listed from least to greatest, what is the average (arithmetic mean) of the eleven integers? (2) The average of the last nine integers is 9 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 36 (1) The dealer’s cost for the coffee table was $340 the selling price
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 37 The lunch menu at a certain restaurant contains 4 different entrees and 5 different side dishes. If a meal consists of 1 entree and 2 different side dishes, how many different meal combinations could be chosen from this menu? A 10 B 20 C 40 D 80 E 100 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 38 The distributor of cases of a certain beverage charges $60 per case for orders of 1 to 5 cases, $50 per case for orders 6 to 20, and $45 per case for orders of more than 20 cases. If the of the beverage and one for 30 cases of the beverage, what was the total amount the distributor charged for the orders? A $1,960 B $2,000 C $2,040 D $2,080 E $2,120
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 39 A certain bakery has 6 employees. It pays annual salaries of $14,000 to each of 2 employees, $16,000 to 1 employee and $17,000 to each of the remaining employees. The average (arithmetic mean) annual salary of these employees is closest to which of the following? A $15,200 B $15,500 C $15,800 D $16,000 E $16,400 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 40 Each day Linda spends 6 hours at her baby-sitting job, for which she is paid $15.00 per hour. In addition, Linda spends a total of 1.5 hours each day, for which she is not paid, travelling to and from the job. What is Linda’s hourly rate of pay for the total amount of time that she spends each day at her baby- sitting job and travelling to and from that job? A $7.50 B $9.00 C $10.00 D $10.75 E $12.00 Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook
  • Practice Questions Courtesy: www.mba.com 41 1. D 2. E 3. B 4. E 5. D 6. A 7. C 8. D 9. D 10. E 11. A 12. A 13. A 14. E 15. B 16. A 17. C 18. B 19. A 20. D 21. D 22. E 23. A 24. C 25. B 26. A 27. B 28. C 29. D 30. D 31. E 32. E 33. E 34. D 35. D 36. C 37. C 38. D 39. C 40. E ANSWER KEY Visit  h'p://goo.gl/U8LA95  for  over  400  Video  Solu>ons  of  The  Official  GMAT  Review  Textbook