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ARITHMETIC
ROOTS 4. Is X a prime integer?

(1) |X| = 2
1. 324 + 289 = ? (2) X2 = 4
(A). 32 A. Statement (1) ALONE is
(B). 33 sufficient, but Statement (2)
(C). 34 ALONE is not sufficient
(D). 35 B. Statement (2) ALONE is
(E). 36 sufficient, but Statement (1)
ALONE is not sufficient
2. 36 + 64 + 5 2 + 20 = ? C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
are sufficient, but NEITHER
statement ALONE is sufficient
A. 19 + 20
D. EACH statement ALONE is
B. 19 20 sufficient
C. 145 E. Statements (1) and (2)
TOGETHER are NOT sufficient
D. 5 100 + 20
E. 7 5

3. If x is an integer and x × x − x = a , 5. Which of the following expressions has


which of the following must be true? the greatest value?
I. a is Even
II. a is Positive A. 99912
III. a is an Integer B. 10 30
C. 77710
A. I only
B. II only D. (− 20)24
C. III only E. ( 15 )40

D. I and II
E. None of the above

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6. What is the value of E. 22


2
1  1 
    ×4
× 4
9. Is x greater than 1?
 8   16  ?
1
 1  1
> −1
2
−4
  ×2 (1)
x
 64 
1 1
(2) 5 > 3
A. 16 x x
B. 4
C. 2 A. Statement (1) ALONE is
1 sufficient, but Statement (2)
D. ALONE is not sufficient
2
B. Statement (2) ALONE is
1
E. sufficient, but Statement (1)
16 ALONE is not sufficient
C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
are sufficient, but NEITHER
statement ALONE is sufficient
NUMBER PROPERTIES D. EACH statement ALONE is
sufficient
7. Which of the following numbers is the E. Statements (1) and (2)
greatest? TOGETHER are NOT sufficient

1876452 SPECIAL CHARACTERS


A.
1876455
1883446 10. If S is the sum of the digits of a given
B.
1883449 number, T is the sum of the digit of S,
1883453 and G is the sum of digits in T. For
C. example S of 987 is 9+8+7 = 24, T of S
1883456
1883456 is 2+4 = 6 and G of 6 is 6. Therefore G of
D. 987 is 6. Which of the following has the
1883459 greatest G)?
1883491
E.
1883494 A. 94123
B. 91964
8. If m and n are integers, what is the C. 64678
smallest possible value of integer m D. 62355
m E. 45689
if = 0.36363636... ?
n
11. If N = 1234@ and @ represents the units
A. 3 digit, is N a multiple of 5?
B. 4
C. 7 (1) @! is not divisible by 5
D. 13 (2) @ is divisible by 9
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C. |x| - 2 > 2
A. Statement (1) ALONE is D. |2 + x| > 3
sufficient, but Statement (2) E. |x – 2| < 3
ALONE is not sufficient
B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient, but Statement (1) 14. Is K a positive number?
ALONE is not sufficient
C. BOTH statements TOGETHER (1) |K3| + 1 > K
are sufficient, but NEITHER (2) K + 1 > |K3|
statement ALONE is sufficient
D. EACH statement ALONE is A. Statement (1) ALONE is
sufficient sufficient, but Statement (2)
E. Statements (1) and (2) ALONE is not sufficient
TOGETHER are NOT B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient sufficient, but Statement (1)
ALONE is not sufficient
12. If A Ω B = A+B if A > B, and A Ω B = B C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
- A if A < B, then which of the are sufficient, but NEITHER
followings is the highest for statement ALONE is sufficient
1 1 1 1 D. EACH statement ALONE is
 Ω Ω Ω  ? sufficient
 x y  y x E. Statements (1) and (2)
TOGETHER are NOT sufficient
1 1
A. X = and Y =
15. If ( p !) = p ! , which of the following
2 3 p

1 1
B. X = and Y = could be the value(s) of p?
3 4
1 1 A. -1
C. X = and Y =
4 5 B. 0
1 1 C. 1
D. X = and Y =
5 4 D. -1 and 1
1 1 E. -1, 0, and 1
E. X = and Y =
4 2

STATISTICS
MODULES
16. Set T contains more than one element. Is
13. Which of the following inequalities must the median of set T greater than its mean?
be true if the values of x are between -1
and 5? (1) Set S has positive range.
(2) The elements of the set are not
A. |3 – x| < -3 consecutive integers
B. -1< |x| < 5

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A. Statement (1) ALONE is A. Statement (1) ALONE is


sufficient, but Statement (2) sufficient, but Statement (2)
ALONE is not sufficient ALONE is not sufficient
B. Statement (2) ALONE is B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient, but Statement (1) sufficient, but Statement (1)
ALONE is not sufficient ALONE is not sufficient
C. BOTH statements TOGETHER C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
are sufficient, but NEITHER are sufficient, but NEITHER
statement ALONE is sufficient statement ALONE is sufficient
D. EACH statement ALONE is D. EACH statement ALONE is
sufficient sufficient
E. Statements (1) and (2) E. Statements (1) and (2)
TOGETHER are NOT sufficient TOGETHER are NOT sufficient

17. Set S consists of N elements. If N>2,


what is the standard deviation of S? WORD PROBLEMS
(1) The mean and median of the set are
equal
(2) The difference between any two MIN/MAX
elements of the set is equal
19. Ten suits, each priced at a whole number
A. Statement (1) ALONE is of dollars, have an average price of $350.
sufficient, but Statement (2) If the five cheapest suits are priced at
ALONE is not sufficient $200 or less with at least one of them
B. Statement (2) ALONE is costing $200, what is the maximum
sufficient, but Statement (1) possible price of the most expensive suit?
ALONE is not sufficient
C. BOTH statements TOGETHER A. $890
are sufficient, but NEITHER B. $1250
statement ALONE is sufficient C. $1475
D. EACH statement ALONE is D. $1694
sufficient E. $2492
E. Statements (1) and (2)
TOGETHER are NOT sufficient 20. Three people each took 5 tests. If the
ranges of their scores in the 5 practice
18. Is the mean of set S greater than its tests were 17, 28 and 35, what is the
median? minimum possible range in scores of the
three test-takes?
(1) All members of S are consecutive
multiples of 3 A. 17
(2) The sum of all members of S equals B. 28
75 C. 35
D. 45
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E. 80 24. Among 60 members of a club, 6p players


play soccer, 11p players play tennis, 8p
21. The price of a product manufactured at a players play golf and 2p players play
company KTM is given by the following none of the games. If p players play all of
formula: P = 6 – 0.03x, where P is the the games, how many players play only
price of a single product, and x is the one game?
number of products sold. What is the
maximum possible revenue for KTM? (1) The number of players who play
soccer and golf is half of the players who
A. 1000 play each of the rest two games
B. 600 (2) p = 3
C. 400
D. 300 A. Statement (1) ALONE is
E. 100 sufficient, but Statement (2)
ALONE is not sufficient
OVERLAPPING SETS B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient, but Statement (1)
ALONE is not sufficient
22. 60% of the San Diego Zoo visitors are C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
single and all of the San Diego Zoo are sufficient, but NEITHER
family visitors have children. If 25% of statement ALONE is sufficient
families visiting the San Diego Zoo have D. EACH statement ALONE is
multiple children, what percentage of the sufficient
San Diego Zoo visitors have only one E. Statements (1) and (2)
child? TOGETHER are NOT sufficient

A. 15
B. 20 RATE
C. 30
D. 50 25. A bus from city M is traveling to city N
E. 75 at a constant speed while another bus is
making the same journey in the opposite
23. Out of 100 people surveyed, 60 were direction at the same constant speed.
women. If 10 were smoking women and They meet in point P after driving for 2
20 were smoking men, what percentage hours. The following day the buses do the
of men surveyed were non-smokers? return trip at the same constant speed.
One bus is delayed 24 minutes and the
A. 10 other leaves 36 minutes earlier. If they
B. 20 meet 24 miles from point P, what is the
C. 30 distance between the two cities?
D. 40
E. 50 A. 48
B. 72
C. 96

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D. 120 D. 4 hours
E. 192 E. 3 hours and 20 minutes

26. A train is traveling at a constant speed 29. Mac can finish a job in M days and Jack
and after making three one-hour stops can finish the same job in J days. After
reaches its destination. After waiting an working together for T days, Mac left and
hour it makes a return journey stopping a Jack alone worked to complete the
total of ten times, thirty minutes each but remaining work in R days. If Mac and
traveling at twice the speed. If both trips Jack completed an equal amount of work,
took the same amount of time, how many how many days would have it taken Jack
hours was the roundtrip? to complete the entire job working alone?

A. 14 (1) M = 20 days
B. 15 (2) R = 10 days
C. 16
D. 17 A. Statement (1) ALONE is
E. 18 sufficient, but Statement (2)
ALONE is not sufficient
27. A cook went to a market to buy some B. Statement (2) ALONE is
eggs and paid $12. But since the eggs sufficient, but Statement (1)
were quite small, he talked the seller into ALONE is not sufficient
adding two more eggs, free of charge. As C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
the two eggs were added, the price per are sufficient, but NEITHER
dozen went down by a dollar. How many statement ALONE is sufficient
eggs did the cook bring home from the D. EACH statement ALONE is
market? sufficient
E. Statements (1) and (2)
A. 8 TOGETHER are NOT sufficient
B. 12
C. 15 30. Painters A and B can paint a house
D. 16 working alone in 20 and 30 days
E. 18 respectively. They started painting a
house together but then A left after a
WORK number of days but then rejoined B
before the job was completed. If B
28. It takes computer A 6 hours and 40 worked alone for 5 days and then A and
minutes to finish a job. If computer B can B together completed the work in 4 days,
process the same job in 10 hours, how after how many days of working
long will it take, for both computers together, did A leave B?
working together, to finish the job?
A. 4
A. 6 hours and 20 minutes B. 5
B. 5 hours and 10 minutes C. 6
C. 4 hours and 40 minutes D. 7
E. 8
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GEOMETRY
MIXTURE
34. A circle is inscribed in a half circle
31. How many liters of pure alcohol must be whose diameter is π. What is the ratio of
added to a 40-liter solution that is 10% the area of the half circle to the area not
alcohol by volume in order to double the covered by the inscribed circle?
alcohol proportion?
A. 1: 1
A. 4 B. 1: 2
B. 5 C. 1: 3
C. 10 D. 3: 4
D. 20 E. 2: 1
E. 40
35. If vertexes of a triangle are A (5, 0), B (x,
32. A Food and Drug lab has two new y) and C (25, 0), what is its area?
samples: a 240 gram cup of drip coffee,
which contains 124 mg of caffeine, and a (1) |x| = y = 10
60 gram cup of espresso, containing160 (2) x = |y| = 10
mg of caffeine. If a technician were to
create a new 120 gram cup sample that A. Statement (1) ALONE is
contained 50% coffee and 50% espresso, sufficient, but Statement (2)
how many mg of caffeine would the new ALONE is not sufficient
drink contain? B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient, but Statement (1)
A. 111 ALONE is not sufficient
B. 121 C. BOTH statements TOGETHER
C. 144 are sufficient, but NEITHER
D. 191 statement ALONE is sufficient
E. 382 D. EACH statement ALONE is
sufficient
33. A kilogram of nut mixture contains X% E. Statements (1) and (2)
chestnuts and Y% walnuts and sells for TOGETHER are NOT sufficient
$7.00/kg. If the ratio of chestnuts is
increased by 50% so that the new mixture
is sold for $8.00/kg, what is the price of a 36. If an x meter long rope can enclose (or
kg of walnuts? cover) a maximum area of 50 square
meters, what is the approximate length of
A. $1.00 the rope?
B. $2.50
C. $5.00 A. 4
D. $7.50 B. 7
E. $10.00 C. 10
D. 20
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E. 25 probability that a contestant does not


taste all of the samples?
PROBABILITY
1
A.
37. A jar contains B blue balls, 6B + 10 12
yellow balls and 2B+5 green balls. What 5
B.
is the probability of taking out a blue or 14
green ball if there are no other balls? 4
C.
9
1 1
A. D.
5 2
1 2
B. E.
4 3
1
C.
3
1
D.
2
2
E.
3

38. A box has 6 red hats and 5 green hats.


What is the probability of drawing at
least one green hat in two consecutive
drawings if the hat is not replaced?

10
A.
11
8
B.
11
7
C.
12
5
D.
13
2
E.
7

39. At a blind taste competition a contestant


is offered 3 cups of each of the 3 samples
of tea in a random arrangement of 9
marked cups. If each contestant tastes 4
different cups of tea, what is the

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C. BOTH statements TOGETHER


COMBINATIONS are sufficient, but NEITHER
statement ALONE is sufficient
40. Romi has a collection of 10 distinct D. EACH statement ALONE is
books (8 small and 2 large). In how many sufficient
ways can he select 5 books to take with E. Statements (1) and (2)
him on a trip if he has room for only 1 TOGETHER are NOT sufficient
large book?

A. 56
B. 126
C. 152
D. 196
E. 252

41. How many triangles and quadrilaterals


altogether can be formed using the
vertices of a 7-sided polygon?

A. 35
B. 40
C. 50
D. 65
E. 70

42. Set X has 5 integers: a, b, c, d, and e. If m


is the mean and D, where
( a −m ) 2 +(b − m ) 2 +( c − m ) 2 +( d −m ) 2 +( e− m ) 2
D= 5 , is the
standard deviation of the set X, is D>2 ?

(1) a, b, c, d and e are different


integers
(2) m is an integer not equal to any
elements of the set X

A. Statement (1) ALONE is


sufficient, but Statement (2)
ALONE is not sufficient
B. Statement (2) ALONE is
sufficient, but Statement (1)
ALONE is not sufficient

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ALGEBRA
A. |x| + |y| = 10
43. If 5x = y + 7, what is (x – y)? B. |x| > |y|
C. |x| > |y| +10
(1) xy = 6 D. |x| = |y|
(2) x and y are positive consecutive E. |x| - |y| = 5
integers
45. 5 boxes are placed in a stack by weight
A. Statement (1) ALONE is from lightest to heaviest. The heaviest
sufficient, but Statement (2) box weighs x kg and then next heaviest
ALONE is not sufficient weighs x% less than the heaviest box and
B. Statement (2) ALONE is the next heaviest box weighs x-x% less
sufficient, but Statement (1) than the next heaviest and so on. The
ALONE is not sufficient same ratio is maintained for all the boxes.
C. BOTH statements TOGETHER If the heaviest box weighs 10kg,
are sufficient, but NEITHER approximately what percent less weight
statement ALONE is sufficient is the lightest box than the heaviest one?
D. EACH statement ALONE is
sufficient A. 30
E. Statements (1) and (2) B. 40
TOGETHER are NOT sufficient C. 50
D. 60
44. x2 + y2 = 100. All of the following could E. 70
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Your Official 23 E
# Answer Answer 24 B
1 D 25 E
2 E 26 B
3 E 27 E
4 E 28 D
5 A 29 C
6 A 30 C
7 E 31 B
8 B 32 D
9 B 33 C
10 E 34 E
11 C 35 B
12 D 36 E
13 E 37 C
14 E 38 B
15 E 39 B
16 E 40 D
17 B 41 E
18 A 42 C
19 E 43 B
20 C 44 C
21 D 45 A
22 C

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