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SECTION 1 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. If today the price of an item is $3,600, what was the price of the item exactly 2 years ago? (1) The price of the item increased by 10 per-cent per year during this 2-year period. (2) Today the price of the item is 1.21 times its price exactly 2 years ago. 2. By what percent has the price of an overcoat been reduced? (1) The original price was $380. (2) The original price was $50 more than the reduced price. 3. If the Longfellow Playground is rectangular, what is its width? (1) The ratio of its length to its width is 7 to 2. (2) The perimeter of the playground is 396 meters. 4. What is the value of x –1? (1) x + 1 =3 (2) x – 1 < 3 5. Is William taller than Jane? (1) William is taller than Anna. (2) Anna is not as tall as Jane.

7. Is x2 equal to xy? (1) x2 – y2 = (x + 5)(y - 5) (2) x = y 8. Was 70 the average (arithmetic mean) grade on a class test? (1) On the test, half of the class had grades below 70 and half of the class had grades above 70. (2) The lowest grade on the test was 45 and the highest grade on the test was 95. 9. What was John’s average driving speed in miles per hour during a 15-minute interval? (1) He drove 10 miles during this interval. (2) His maximum speed was 50 miles per hour and his minimum speed was 35 miles per hour during this interval.

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13. A coal company can choose to transport coal to one of its customers by railroad or by truck. If the railroad charges by the mile and the trucking company charges by the ton, which means of transporting the coal would cost less than the other? (1) The railroad charges $5,000 plus $0.01 per mile per railroad car used, and the trucking company charges $3,000 plus $85 per ton. (2) The customer to whom the coal is to be sent is 195 miles away from the coal company. 14. Is x – y > r – s? (1) x > r and y < s? (2) y = 2, s = 3, r = 5, and x = 6. 15. On a certain day it took Bill three times as long to drive from home to work as it took Sue to drive from home to work. How many kilometers did Bill drive from home to work? (1) Sue drove 10 kilometers from home to work, and the ratio of distance driven from home to work time to drive from home to work was the same for Bill and Sue that day. (2) The ratio of distance driven from home to work time to drive from home to work for Sue that day was 64 kilometers per hour.

square meters. 17. At a certain university, if 50 percent of the people who inquire about admission policies actually submit applications for admission, what percent of those who submit applications for admission enroll in classes at the university? (1) Fifteen percent of those who submit applications for admission are accepted at the university. (2) Eighty percent of those who are accepted send a deposit to the university. 18. If x and y are nonzero integers, is integer? (1) x is the product of 2 and some other integer. (2) There is only one pair of positive integers whose product equals y. 19. If x is an integer, what is the value of x? (1) 1 <

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(2) ( x − 3 )( x − 4 ) = 0 20. Is quadrilateral Q a square? (1) The sides of Q have the same length. (2) The diagonals of Q have the same length. 21. If K is a positive integer less than 10 and N = 4,321 + K, what is the value of K? (1) N is divisible by 3. (2) N is divisible by 7. 22. A jewelry dealer initially offered a bracelet for sale at an asking price that would give a profit to the dealer of 40 percent of the original cost. What was the original cost of the bracelet?

16. The figure above represents the floor of a square foyer with a circular rug partially covering the floor and extending to the outer edges of the floor as shown. What is the area of the foyer that is not covered by the rug? (1) The area of the foyer is 9 square meters. (2) The area of the rug is 2.25

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(1) After reducing this asking price by 10 percent, the jewelry dealer sold the bracelet at a profit of $403. (2) The jewelry dealer sold the bracelet for $1,953. 23. If n is an integer between 2 and 100 and if n is also the square of an integer, what is the value of n? (1) n is the cube of an integer. (2) n is even. 24. Is x2 – y2 a positive number? (1) x – y is a positive number. (2) x + y is a positive number. 25. The surface area of a square tabletop was changed so that one of the dimensions was reduced by 1 inch and the other dimension was increased by 2 inches. What was the surface area before these changes were made? (1) After the changes were made, the surface area was 70 square inches. (2) There was a 25 percent increase in one of the dimensions.

SECTION 2 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. Who types at a faster rate, John or Bob? (1) The difference between their typing rates is 10 words per minute. (2) Bob types at a constant rate of 80 words per minute. 2. What is the average distance that automobile D travels on one full tank of gasoline? (1) Automobile D averages 8.5 kilometers per liter of gasoline. (2) The gasoline tank of automobile D holds exactly 40 liters of gasoline. 3. If l1,l2 and l3 are lines in a plane, is l1 perpendicular to l3? (1) l1 is perpendicular to l2. (2) l2 is perpendicular to l3 4. In a certain packinghouse, grapefruit are packed in bags and the bags are packed in cases. How many grapefruit are in each case that is packed? (1) The grapefruit are always packed 5 to a bag and the bags are always packed 8 to a case. (2) Each case is always 80 percent full. 5. What is the value of x? (1) x + y = 7 (2) x – y = 3 – y 6. A rectangular floor that is 4 meters wide is to be completely covered with nonoverlapping square tiles, each with side of length 0.25 meter, with no portion of any tile remaining. What is the least number of such tiles that will be required? (1) The length of the floor is three times the width. (2) The area of the floor is 48 square meters.

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7. If a rope is cut into three pieces of unequal length, what is the length of the shortest of these pieces of rope? (1) The combined length of the longer two pieces of rope is 12 meters. (2) The combined length of the shorter two pieces of rope is 11 meters. 8. A certain company paid bonuses of $125 to each of its executive employees and $75 to each of its nonexecutive employees. If 100 of the employees were nonexecutives, how many were executives? (1) The company has a total of 120 employees. (2) The total amount that the company paid in bonuses to its employees was $10.000. 9. What fraction of his salary did Mr. Johnson put into savings last week? (1) Last week Mr. Johnson put $17 into savings. (2) Last week Mr. Johnson put 5% of his salary into savings. 10. For integers a, b, and c,

12. If J, K, L, M, and N and positive integers in ascending order, what is the value of L? (1) The value of K is 3. (2) The value of M is 7. 13. If a, b, and c are integers, is the number 3(a + b) − c divisible by 3? (1) a + b is divisible by 3. (2) c is divisible by 3. 14. Each M-type memory unit will increase the base memory capacity of a certain computer by 3 megabytes. What is the base memory capacity, in megabytes of the computer? (1) 2 M-type memory units will increase the computers base memory capacity by 300 percent (2) The memory capacity of the computer after 2 M-type memory units are added to the base memory capacity is 1.6 times the memory capacity of the computer after 1 M-type memory unit is added to the base memory capacity. 15. If xyz 0, what is the value of

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(1) x = 1 (2) y = 3 16. What fractional part of the total surface area of cube C is red? (1) Each of 3 faces of C is exactly red. (2) Each of 3 faces of C is entirely white. 17. If positive integer x is divided by 2, the remainder is 1. What is the remainder when x is divided by 4 ? (1) 31 < x < 35 (2) x is a multiple of 3.

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(1) 11. If the price of a magazine is to be doubled, by what percent will the number of magazines sold decrease? (1) The current price of the magazine is $1.00. (2) For every $0.25 of increase in price, the number of magazines sold will decrease by 10 percent of the number sold at the current price.

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25. how many kilograms of food S are in the mixture? (1) The mixture has a total of 12. If y 0 and y -1. 24. Is –4 in S? (1) 1 is in S. what is the perimeter of RST? (1) The length of one side of RST is 5 2. what is the sum of x and y? (1) The product of x and y is negative.000 calories. G. which is greater. (2) RST is a right isosceles triangle. or H.000 1. (2) Candidate H received 14 of the votes. then ab is in S. then –a is in S. (2) One of the integers is equal to –1. In the figure above. If the area of triangular region RST is 25. (2) BD AC and AD = DC 19. S is a set of integers such that i) if a is in S. D is a point on side AC of ABC. 23. Is ABC is isosceles? (1) The area of triangular region ABD is equal to the area of triangular region DBC. If a total of 7 kilograms of S and T are combined to make a certain food mixture. If x and y are consecutive odd integers. If x is an integer. Did Candidate F receive the most votes from the 40 votes cast? (1) Candidate F received 11 of the votes. (2) 2 is in S. what is the value of x? (1) –2(x + 5) < -1 (2) – 3x > 9 Number of Calories per Kilogram 2.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 22.500 Number of Grams of Protein per Kilogram 150 90 Food S T 20. 21. (2) The mixture has a total of 810 grams of protein. 18. The table above gives the number of calories and grams of protein per kilogram of foods S and T. F. Each person on a committee with 40 members voted for exactly one of 3 candidates. x x or ? y y +1 (1) x 0 (2) x > y Δ Δ Δ Δ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ Δ Δ Δ Δ ┴ ┴ ┴ ┴ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ . and ii) if each of a and b is in S.

If Ruth began a job and worked continuously until she finished. HGM. (2) His grade in mathematics was 95. 3. 9. If S = {2. each of which costs $40 and contains 25 cubic feet of mulch. Is x an even integer? (1) x is the square of an integer. 4. (2) Store L sells mulch only in bags. Last year an employee received a gross annual salary of $18.m. 6. How many 20-cent stamps did Claire buy? (1) Claire bought exactly 9 stamps. and his grade in science was 75. Claire paid a total of $1. will the cost of the necessary amount of mulch be less? (1) Store K sells mulch only in bags. y}. what is the value of xy? (1) x > y (2) 3x – 2y = 14 5.15 each.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION 3 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. In HM? (1) HG = 5 (2) GM = 8 8.20 each. x.60 for stamps. At which store. and at noon of the same day she had worked exactly half of the time that it took her to do the whole job. 12. what is the price of the cork? (1) The combined price of the bottle and the cork is 95 cents. how old is John? (1) Exactly 9 years ago John was 5 times as old as bill was then. 1 (2) She was finished exactly 7 hours 2 after she had started. which was paid in equal paychecks throughout the year. K or L. what is the value of x + y? (1) x and y are prime numbers.000. 10. What was the gross salary received in each of the paychecks? (1) The employee received a total of 24 paychecks during the year. 2. (2) The price of the bottle is 75 cents more than the price of the cork. What is the value of x? (1) 3 + x + y = 14 and 2x + y = 15 (2) 3x + 2y = 12 + 2y 11. (2) The number of 20-cent stamps Claire bought was 1 more than the number of 15-cent stamps she bought.5 foot deep. A rectangular garden that is 10 feet long and 5 feet wide is to be covered with a layer of mulch 0. For a certain bottle and cork. (2) x is the cube of an integer. If John is exactly 4 years older than Bill. If x = 2y. each of which costs $7 and contains 6.25 cubic feet of mulch. 3. (2) Bill is more than 9 years old. x. at what time of day did she finish the job? (1) She started the job at 8:15 a. (2) 3. Δ Δ Δ Δ . (2) The employee received a paycheck twice a month each month during the year. and y are consecutive odd integers in ascending order. What was Bill’s average (arithmetic mean) grade for all of his courses? (1) His grade in social studies was 75. what is the length of side 7. and the rest of which cost $0. some of which cost $0.

the remainder is 1. 17. the cost per member would have been $40 less. (2) When y is divided by 9. What is the radius of the circle? (1) The length of the rectangle is 3 and the width of the rectangle is 1. Rectangle ABCD is inscribed in a circle as shown above. is |x| <1? (1) x2<1 (2) |x| < 1 x (2) The length of are AB is of the circumference of the circle. If x 0. what was the cost per member? (1) If there had been 5 more members and all 30 had shared the cost equally. (2) The cost per member was 10 percent less than the cost per person on a regularly scheduled flight. If the 25 members of a club chartered the plane and shared the cost equally. is xy + 1 divisible by 3? (1) When x is divided by 3. 1 3 16. ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ . (2) The team won all of its play-off games. a certain team had won 80 percent of its games. After play-offs. The cost to charter a certain airplane is x dollars. 15. If x and y are integers. the remainder is 8. Before play-offs. 14.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 13. what percent of all its games had the team won? (1) The team competed in 4 play-off games.

215. Is x less than y? (1) x-y+1<0 (2) x-y-1<0 24. (2) The trucker purchased 120 gallons of the fuel last Tuesday. including 10 percent state and federal taxes. What was the price per gallon for the fuel if the taxes are excluded? (1) The trucker paid $0. In the figure above.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) Before the exchange. 62 . Does x + y = 0? (1) xy<0 (2) x2 = y2 25. ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ 18. what is the value of ? (1) The sum of the 7 digits is equal to 4 times an integer. for diesel fuel. If B is the midpoint of AC. represents a digit in the 7-digit 21. Last Tuesday a trucker paid $155. One of the jelly beans in bowl X was exchanged with one of the jelly beans in bowl Y.118 per gallon in state and federal taxes on the fuel last Tuesday. (2) The missing digit is different from any of the other digits in the number. 19. line AC represents a seesaw that is touching level ground at point A. Bowls X and Y each contained exactly 2 jelly beans. If number 3. is integer? (1) a2 + b2 is an integer. If b is an integer. bowl Y contained 1 jelly bean of each color. each of which was either red or black. 22. how far above the ground is point C? (1) x = 30 (2) Point B is 5 feet above the ground.76. (2) a2 – 3b2 = 0 20. (2) After the exchange. Is quadrilateral RSTV a rectangle? (1) The measure of (2) The measure of RST is 90o TVR is 90o a 2 + b 2 an □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ . bowl X contained 2 black jelly beans. After the exchange. were both of the jelly beans in bowl X black? 23.

Is PR=QS? (1) BQ = CR = DS = AP (2) The perimeter of ABCD is 16. (2) 400 percent of m is 2. T is 30. 12. In Country S if 60 percent of the women aged 18 and over are in the labor force. Did United States carriers use more than 10 billion gallons of jet fuel during 1983? (1) United States carriers paid a total of $9. 20 percent paid the full tuition. Kay put 12 cards on a table. 4. (2) Four years from now Jim will be twice as old as he was six years ago. (2) When x is doubled. is z between x and y? (1) z > 0 (2) z < y 5. there are no women under 18 years of age in the labor force. How old is Jim? (1) Eight years ago Jim was half as old as he is now. How many were put facedown? (1) Kay put an even number of the cards faceup. 8.90 per gallon for the jet fuel used in 1983.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 1. ， ， ， ， . If x is a positive number. (2) United States carriers paid an average (arithmetic mean) of $0. some faceup and the rest facedown. (2) Kay put twice as many of the cards faceup as she put facedown. 6. there were p students each of whom paid either the full tuition of x dollars or half the full tuition. women comprise 45 percent of the labor force. Is RST a right triangle? ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ SECTION 4 30 Minutes 25 Questions (1) The degree measure of the degree measure of (2) The degree measure of R is twice T. What percent of 16 is m? (1) m is 5 percent of 10.4 billion for the jet fuel used in 1983. What is the value of x? (1) When x is multiplied by 8. If x and y are different positive numbers. 10. The figure above shows four pieces of tile that have been glued together to form a square tile ABCD. is x greater than 1? (1) 1> (2) − 1 x 1 > −1 x 9. 11. (2) 2x = -4 2.2 Δ Δ Δ Δ 7. how many million women are in the labor force? (1) In Country S. (2) In Country S. At a certain state university last term. What is the value of x? (1) x is negative. What percent of the tuition paid by the p students last term was tuition from students who paid the full tuition? (1) Of the p students. 3. (2) The p students paid a total of $91. the result is between 10 and 15. the result is between 50 and 60.

14. Is the positive integer n equal to the square of an integer? (1) For every prime number p. If a bottle is to be selected at random from a certain collection of bottles. then so is p2. at which water is flowing into a certain rectangular tank? (1) The height of the water in the tank is increasing at the rate of 2 feet per minute. What was Casey’s total score for eighteen holes of golf? (1) Casey’s score for the first nine holes was 13 less than his score for the last nine holes. (2) The collection contains 3.25 off the original price of a certain product by using a coupon. 15. what is the probability that the bottle will be defective? (1) The ratio of the number of bottles in the collection that are defective to the number that are not defective is 3:500. what was the original price of the product? (1) The shopper received a 20 percent discount by using the coupon. 17. What is the rate. (2) n is an integer.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY million for tuition last term.521 bottles. 13. in cubic feet per minute. . (2) Twice Casey’s score for the last nine holes was 58 more than his score for the first nine holes. if p is a divisor of n. 16. If a grocery shopper received $0. (2) The original price was 25 percent higher than the price the shopper paid by using the coupon. (2) The capacity of the tank is 216 cubic feet.

(2) The greatest possible distance between two points on the cube is 3 3 24. What is the value of n? (1) n(n –1)(n – 2 ) = 0 (2) n2 + n – 6 = 0 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 3. (2) The length of BC is 8.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 18. 25. At a certain picnic. By what percent was the price of a certain candy bar increased? (1) The price of the candy bar was increased by 5 cents. the registration fee for members of the association was $20 and the registration fee for nonmembers was $25. is x− y an integer? 9 19. At a business association conference. but in reverse order.500. 21. Pam and Ed are in a line to purchase tickets. what is the product of the lengths of AD and BC? (1) The product of the lengths of AC and BE is 60. inclusive. 2. If x and y are positive integers and x is a multiple of y. In the figure above. (2) A total of 120 scoops of ice cream were served to all the guests at the picnic. (2) The price of the candy bar after the increase was 45 cents. (2) A total of 250 people paid the registration fee. is y = 2? 1 (1) y (2) x + 2 is a multiple of y. A circular tub has a band painted around its circumference. (2) The value of 2k –1 is 5 20. What is the value of k2-k? (1) The value of k − 1 is 1. (2) There are 5 people between Pam and Ed. 23. How many people are in the line? (1) There are 20 people behind Pam and 20 people in front of Ed. 22. (2) The tens’ digit of x is 2 more than the units digit. as shown above. What is the surface area of this painted band? . If x and y are integers between 10 and 99. each of the guests was served either a single scoop or a double scoop of ice cream. What is the volume of a certain cube? (1) The sum of the areas of the faces of the cube is 54. k (1) x and y have the same two digits. did more members than nonmembers pay the registration fee? (1) Registration receipts from members were $500 greater than receipts from nonmembers. How many of the guests were served a double scoop of ice cream? (1) At the picnic. If the total receipts from registration were $5. and the tens digit of y is 2 less than the units digit. SECTIION 5 30 minutes 25 questions 1. 60 percent of the guests were served a double scoop of ice cream.

What is the price of a 24-ounce loaf of rye (1) When the decimal is rounded to the nearest tenth. what digit does represent? △□ △□ △□ △□ 8.2 6 □ □ □ □ . Is the integer n odd? (1) n is divisible by 3. how many of the tickets did Paula sell? (1) Sandy sold 2 as many of the raffle 3 tickets as Paula did. Paula and Sandy were among those people who sold raffle tickets to raise money for Club X. (2) The total price of two 16-ounce loaves and one 24-ounce loaf of this bread is $3. 3. and all loaves of the same size sell for the same price per loaf regardless of the number of loaves purchased. 12. is m greater than n? (1) m – 1 and n +1 are consecutive positive integers. (2) Sandy sold 8 percent of all the raffle tickets sold for Club X. A thoroughly blended biscuit mix includes only flour and baking powder.9 grams of flour is contained in 10 grams of the mix. If m and n are consecutive positive integers. (2) Exactly 0. (2) m is an even integer. 6. (2) When the decimal is rounded to the nearest hundredth. If Paula and Sandy sold a total of 100 of the tickets.2 is the result. 3. what was the selling price of the house? (1) The selling price minus the real estate agent’s commission was $84. 7.600. what is the value of x? y 1 4 (1) yn = 10 (2) y = 40 and n = 11. If a real estate agent received a commission of 6 percent of the selling price of a certain house.40. If and each represent single digits in the decimal above. Is it true that a > b? (1) 2a > 2b (2) a + c > b + c 5. If x = n . 4. What is the ratio of the number of grams of baking powder to the number of grams of flour in the mix? (1) Exactly 9. 13.24 is the result. △ □ △ □ △ □ △ □ (1) x + y = 139 (2) y + z = 108 14. A certain bakery sells rye bread in 16-ounce loaves and 24-ounce loaves. (2) The selling price was 250 percent of the original purchase price of $36. (2) n is divisible by 5. 10.5 (2) The height of the tub is 1 meter.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) x = 0. What is the value of |x|? (1) x = -|x| (2) x2 = 4 bread in this bakery? (1) The total price of a 16-ounce loaf and a 24-ounce loaf of this bread is $2. What is the value of z in the triangle above? 3.000. 9.40.3 gram of baking powder is contained in 30 grams of the mix.

and c are integers. How many miles long is the route from Houghton to Callahan? (1) It will take 1 hour less time to travel the entire route at an average rate of 55 miles per hour than at an average rate of 50 miles per hour. . or what is the value of x? 4 8 5 . then n is divisible by how many positive integers? (1) n is the product of two different prime numbers. 21. (2) n and 23 are each divisible by the same number of positive integers. 20.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 15. (2) c is positive. If x + 2y + 1 = y – x.b. If a. If p. (2) r = s 22. 18. what is the value of x? (1) y2 = 9 (2) y = 3 19. there will be at least 20 employees in the company. there will be fewer than 15 employees in the company. (2) If no additional employees are hired by the company and 3 of the present employees resign.q. is (p – 1)(q . A certain company currently has how many employees? (1) If 3 additional employees are hired by the company and all of the present employees remain. If x is equal to one of the numbers first half of the route at an average rate of 25 miles per hour. and s are nonzero numbers.r. If n is an integer. What is the circumference of the circle above? (1) The length of arc XYZ is 18.2)2(r – 3)3(s – 4)4 0? (1) q > 2 and s > 4 (2) p > 1 and r > 3 (1)1 < x < 1 4 1 3 (2) < x < 3 5 2 17. 16. is a – b + c greater than a + b – c ? (1) b is negative. (2) It will take 11 hours to travel the ≧ ≧ ≧ ≧ 1 3 2 .

n 25. r is what percent of s? (1) r = (1) 5. A shirt and a pair of gloves cost total of $41. All trainees in a certain aviator training program must take both a written test and a flight test. How much does the pair of gloves cost? (1) The shirt costs twice as much as the gloves.927y (2) y = 2. ÷ ÷ ÷ ÷ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ ☉ 3 s 4 s= (2) r 75 100 . If r and s are positive integers. (2) David’s salary increased 5 percent. (2) when she drives both ways from her home to her office and back. If n is an integer. she drives a total of 42 kilometers. What is the number of 360-degree rotations that a bicycle wheel made while rolling 100 meters in a straight line without slipping? (1) The diameter of the bicycle wheel. If x and y are positive. Which one received the greater salary increase? (1) John’s salary increased 8 percent.279 2.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 23. what percent of the trainees passed both tests? (1) 10 percent of the trainees did not pass either test.80. is an integer? 15 3n is an integer. John and David each received a salary increase. 3. 0 y = 2 y2 24. what is the distance of the shorter route? (1) When she drives from her home to her office by the shorter route and returns by the longer route. 15 8n (2) is an integer. 6. by the longer route. (2) 20 percent of the trainees passed only the flight test. 4.70. x y = 2(x2 + y2). what’s the value of x ? (1) x = 3. If 70 percent of the trainees passed the written test. If she must also return by one of these routes. If denotes a mathematical operation. she drives a total of 46 kilometers. 15 SECTION 6 30 minutes 25 questions 1. (2) For all y. Carlotta can drive from her home to her office by one of two possible routes. and 80 percent of the trainees passed the flight test. (2) The shirt costs $27. does x y=y x for all x and y? (1) For all x and y.

(2) The cost of the gasoline used by the car for the trip was $1. (2) The total weight of 1 of the photographs and 2 of the negatives 1 is ounce. what is the perimeter? (1) 2l + w = 40 (2) l + w = 25 15. In PQR.500 more than the oldest child and $62. What is the value of x? x 10. how many minutes will it take to run the cartoon? (1) The cartoon runs without interruption at the rate of 24 frames per second. (2) The wheel made twenty 360-degree rotations per minute. (2) The ratio of 0. is greater than y 1? (1) xy >1 (2) x – y > 0 11.y (2) x + y = 2 18. Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ Δ . 7. What was the average number of miles per gallon of gasoline for a car during a certain trip? (1) The total cost of the gasoline used by the car for the 180-mile trip was $12. A sum of $200. was 0. What is the value of the sum of a list of n odd integers? (1) n = 8 (2) The square of the number of integers on the list is 64. If x and y are positive. (2) It takes 6 times as long to run the cartoon as it takes to rewind the film. which of the three angles of PQR has the greatest degree measure? (1) y = x + 3 (2) x = 2 12.000 from a certain estate was divided among a spouse and three children.00. What is the total weight. of the parcel’s contents? (1) The weight of each photograph is 3 times the weight of each negative. and z are three integers. QR = x + 2. If l and w represent the length and width. 8. of the rectangle above. If x. if PQ = x. 3 14. 9. 16. If the Lincoln Library’s total expenditure for books. and the oldest child received 1/4 of the remainder.20 per gallon. and it takes a total of 14 minutes to do both. What is the ratio of x to y? (1) x is 4 more than twice y. are they consecutive integers? (1) z – x = 2 (2) x < y < z 17. Is the prime number p equal to 37? (1) p = n2 +1. If a certain animated cartoon consists of a total of 17. 19.5x to 2y is 3 to 5. (2) Each of the two younger children received $12.280 frames on film.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY including the tire. where n is an integer. (2) p2 is greater than 200. in ounces. (1) – (x + y) = x . 13. How much of the estate did the youngest child receive? (1) The spouse received 1/2 of the sum from the estate. The only contents of a parcel are 25 photographs and 30 negatives. respectively.5 meter. y. periodicals. and PR = y.500 less than the spouse.

If y = 2x+1. how much of the expenditure was for books? 25. where n. the average (arithmetic mean) weight of the males is 180 pounds and of the females. The symbol following operations: addition. is y equal to x + 1? ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ . What is the average weight of the people in the group? (1) The group contains twice as many females as males. what is the value of y – x? (1) 22x+2 = 64 (2) y = 22x –1 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ ▽ (1) 0 (2) 1 1=1 0=1 r k z . (2) The total of the expenditure for periodicals and newspapers was 25 percent less than the expenditure for books. Are the numbers increasing order? (1) 3 < z < 4 (2) r < z < k 22. (2) r 2 24.000. (2) The group contains 10 more females than males.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) The expenditure for newspapers was 40 percent greater than the expenditure for periodicals. 23. If n = p + r. In a certain group of people. 120 pounds. What is the value of 3 2? y−2 =1 x −1 (2) y2 = (x + 1)2 (1) 21. does p equal 2? (1) p and r are prime numbers. p. represents one of the 20. If x 1. multiplication. and in 4 3 2 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ and newspapers last year was $35. and r are positive integers and n is odd. or division. subtraction.

The regular price for canned soup was reduced during a sale.50 for each additional hour or fraction of an hour. 7. 90 percent were occupied at the end of last year. How many liters of vinegar does the solution contain? x 3 (1) 4 = 8 2 as many fish as 3 Tom.75 for the first hour and $0. for how many hours of parking was she charged? (1) Parking charges at the garage are $0. If 5x + 3y = 17 .00. what is the value of x? (1) x is a positive integer. If on a fishing trip Jim and Tom each caught some fish. 10. (2) The reduced price for the 7-ounce cans was 4 for a dollar.00. 5. Of the 230 single-family homes built in City X last year. 40 are . If Nan’s total parking charge at the garage yesterday was $3. Yesterday Nan parked her car at a certain parking garage that charges more for the first hour than for each additional hour. How many of the boys in a group of 100 children have brown hair? (1) Of the children in the group. (2) A total of 7. 2. (2) Of the children in the group. Nan’s total parking charge would have been $4. (2) P is the midpoint of chord AB. how many were occupied at the end of the year? (1) Of all single-family homes in City X. (2) y 4 = 5 8 8.200 single-family homes in City X were occupied at the end of last year. How much money could one have saved by purchasing a dozen 7-ounce cans of soup at the reduced price rather than at the regular price? (1) The regular price for the 7-ounce cans was 3 for a dollar. Does the product jkmn equal 1? (1) jk mn = 1 1 1 and m = k n (2) j = 11. 60 percent have brown hair. (2) r is divisible by 3. (2) y = 4x 4. Is x < 0? (1) –2x > 0 (2) x3 < 0 9. Jim continued fishing until he had caught 12 fish. is r + s divisible by 3? (1) s is divisible by 3. 3.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION 7 30 minutes 25 questions 1. (2) After Tom stopped fishing. (2) If the charge for the first hour had been $1. which one caught more fish? (1) Jim caught 6. What is the radius of the circle above with center O? (1) The ratio of OP to PQ is 1 to 2. A certain 4-liter solution of vinegar and water consists of x liters of vinegar and y liters of water. If r and s are integers.75.

2 (1) k l is not equal to l k for some numbers k. 12.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY boys. 1960? (1) From May 1. (2) d is the square of an integer. and . If p and q are positive integers and pq =24. 22.1984. is (x + p)(x + q) an even integer? (1) q is an even integer. to May 1. If represents one of the operations +. is k • (l + m) = (k • l) + (k • m) for all numbers k . is d an integer? (1) d is the square of an integer. the closing price of a share of stock X doubled. to May 1. (2) represents subtraction. what was the closing price of a share of stock X on May 1. × × × × (1) – – – – · · · · q is an integer. 16.1960 to May 1.50. 17. 6 20. what is the value of Q? (1) One of Q’s digits is 3 more than the other. and the sum of its digits is 9. (2) Her score on the fourth test raised her average (arithmetic mean) test score from 87 to 90.2h6. If Q is an integer between 10 and 100. From May 1. (2) The sum of the lengths of a side of S and a side of T is 18.1975.1984. If x is an integer. 15. the closing price of a share of stock X increased by $4. the closing price of a share of stock X doubled. What is the value of x2 – y2? (1) x – y = y + 2 1 (2) x – y = x+ y (2) 14.1975. If x + y >0. what is the value of p? 18. What was Janet’s score on the fourth physics test she took? (1) Her score on the fourth test was 12 points higher than her average (arithmetic mean) score on the first three tests she took. (2) Q < 50 · · · · · · · · · · · · p is an integer. . 13. If digit h is the hundredths’ digit in the decimal d=0. If x 0.1975. Is the perimeter of Square S greater than the perimeter of equilateral triangle T? (1) The ratio of the length of a side of S to the length of a side of T is 4:5. If d is a positive integer. (2) p is an even integer. l and m? ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ . what is the value of d. what is the value of (1) p = q (2) x = 3 ( x q )4 ? x p 21. is x > |y|? (1) x > y (2) y < 0 23. (2) From May 1. rounded to the nearest tenth? 1 4 (2) h < 5 (1) d < 19.

000. and Z has an open period from 8:00 a. what was Jack’s annual salary in 1984? (1) The sum of Jack’s and Kate’s annual salaries in 1984 was $50. If w is the width of each piece of the frame.Y. The total of such doctorates in the 1986-1987 school year was 362. what is the area of each piece? (1) w = 3 inches (2) PQ = 18 inches 25. (2) The number of newspapers sold at the newsstand yesterday was 45 more than the number sold today. 24.m. How much did a certain telephone call cost? (1) The call lasted 53 minutes (2) The cost for the first 3 minutes was 5 times the cost for each additional minute. 10 fewer than twice the number sold today. If Jack’s and Kate’s annual salaried in 1985 were each 10 percent higher than their respective annual salaries in 1984. The figure above shows the dimensions of a square picture frame that was constructed using four pieces of frame as shown. to 12:00 noon. How many newspapers were sold at a certain newsstand today? (1) A total of 100 newspapers were sold at the newsstand yesterday. 5. to 11:00 a.m. X. (2) The sum of Jack’s and Kate’s annual salaries in 1985 was $55. and Z. What is the value of x? (1) x + 1 = 2 – 3x 1 =2 (2) 2x 4.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION 8 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. Is there a one-hour period on Thursday that is open for all four members? (1) On Thursday W and X have an open period from 9:00 a.m.000. to 1:00 p. and W of these doctorates were granted to women. was the decrease less than 10 percent? 1 W 1 (1) 10 < 774 < 9 (2) W = w + 5 . 3. A total of 774 doctorates in mathematics were granted to United States citizens by American universities in the 1972-1973 school year. (2) On Thursday Y has an open period from 10:00 a.m. If the number of doctorates in mathematics granted to female citizens of the United States by American universities decreased from the 1972-1973 school year to the 1986-1987 school year.m. 2. Committee member W wants to schedule a one-hour meeting on Thursday for himself and three other committee members. and w of these were granted to women.

or green. S and T. car S traveled 20 miles per gallon of gasoline and car T traveled 25 miles per gallon of gasoline. (2) The probability that the egg will be 1 blue is 3 12. From 1984 to 1987. ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ . respectively. Marcia’s bucket can hold a maximum of how many liters of water? (1) The bucket currently contains 9 liters of water.8 percent of the total value of goods consumed in the United States that year. Two car. -b) lies in quadrant ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 11. 9. in that order. K. each traveled a distance of 50 miles. or blue. Does 2m – 3n = 0 (1) m 0 (2) 6m = 9n 10. In the triangle above. A certain expressway has exits J. L. Is the average (arithmetic mean) of x and y greater than 20? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of 2x and 2y is 48. is n odd? (1) 3n is odd. 8. If xy < 3. . (2) If 3 liters of water are added to the bucket when it is half full of water. in what quadrant of the 16. a) lies in quadrant (2) (a. Each of the eggs in a bowl is dyed red. What is the value of the positive integer n? (1) n4 < 25 (2) n n2 (1) There are 5 red eggs in the bowl. If n is a positive integer. (2) n + 3 is even. the value of foreign goods consumed annually in the United States increased by what percent? (1) In 1984 the value of foreign goods consumed constituted 19. (2) The road distance from exit K to exit M is 26 kilometers. If one egg is to be removed at random. what is the probability that the egg will be green? 0. (2) x = 3y 17. is x < 1? (1) y > 3 (2) x < 3 13. 3 14. Did car S use more gasoline than car T? (1) Cars S and T traveled the entire distance at the rates of 55 miles per hour and 50 miles per hour. 7. the amount of water in the bucket 1 will increase by . If ab coordinate system above does point (a. What is the road distance from exit K to exit L? (1) the road distance from exit J to exit L is 21 kilometers. does a2 + b2 = c2? (1) x + y = 90 (2) x = y 15. and M. Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅲ Ⅳ Ⅳ Ⅳ Ⅳ (1) (b. b) lie? . (2) For the entire distance.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 6.

05 > 2 23. If x. does y equal 7? (1) x < 4 (2) x > -3 22. If 1 < d <2. If x + y + z > 0. what is the value of xy? (1) x = 2 (2) x3 = 8 20. A team was awarded 6 –n points if one of its runners finished in nth place. If x and y are positive integers and x = x2y-3. y. where 1 ≤ n ≤ 5. was each team awarded at least one point? (1) No team was awarded more than a total of 6 points. If x and y are integers and + |4 – x |. is n divisible by 7? (1) n – 3 = 2k (2) 2k – 4 is divisible by 7. is x = (1) z = y xz (2) x + y + 1 < 0 25.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) In 1987 the value of foreign goods consumed constituted 22. is the tenths’ digit of the decimal representation of d equal to 9? (1) d + 0. 18. 24. (2) No pair of teammates finished in consecutive places among the top five places. is z > 1? (1) z > x + y +1 y = |x + 3| . The participants in a race consisted of 3 teams with 3 runners on each team. 21.7 percent of the total value of goods consumed in the United States that year.01 <2 (2) d + 0. y z 2 ? (2) z = y x y 19. How many integers n are there such that r < n < s? (1) s – r = 5 (2) r and s are not integers. If k and n are integers. and z are positive. If all of the runners finished the race and if there were no ties.

what is the value of m + n 3 .GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION 9 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. how many hours will it take to fill the pool? (1) Hose X alone would take 28 hours to fill the pool. In the figure above. (2) s is not divisible by 7. Hoses X and Y simultaneously fill an empty swimming pool that has a capacity of 50. segments PR and QR are each parallel to one of the rectangular coordinate axes. (2) During week W. If r and s are integers. if lines k and m are parallel. In the figure above. 7. one person to each apartment. In a school election. car X was driven 270 miles.24 per gallon. 10. 8. 9. If n? (1) m > 0 (2) 2m + n = 26 11. (2) Hose Y alone would take 36 hours to fill the pool. 4 are students. If x and y are integers.7 (2) x > 1. 6. 5 are not students. If a poll taker is to select one of the apartments at random. Is x greater than 1. If P and Q are each circular regions. per mile. is r divisible by 7? 4. (2) Of the women. for the gasoline used by car X? (1) During week W.9 3. if each of the 900 voters voted for either Edith or Jose (but not both). 2.000 liters. (2) Sixty percent of the male voters voted for Jose.8? (1) x > 1. what is the radius of the larger of m 5 = . what is the probability that the resident of the apartment selected will be a woman who is a student? (1) Of the women. During week W. how much did it cost. Is the ratio of the length of QR to the length of PR equal to 1? (1) c = 3 and d = 4. If the flow in each hose is independent of the flow in the other hose. what is the value of x? (1) y = 120 (2) z = 60 5. A total of 9 women and 12 men reside in the 21 apartments that are in a certain apartment building. what is the value of y? (1) xy = 27 (2) x = y2 (1) The product rs is divisible by 7. what percent of the female voters in this election voted for Jose? (1) Eighty percent of the female voters voted for Edith. car X used gasoline that cost $1. (2) a = -2 and b = -1.

the total price of the n shares would have been 5 percent less. If the total price of n equally priced shares of a certain stock was $12. the number of unemployed men in the labor force was 3. (2) In year X. 60 percent of whom are female. What is the ratio of x : y : z? (1) z =1 and xy = 32 (1) In May of year X. y y 4 15. If n + k = m. 18. Is z less than 0? (1) xy > 0 and yz < 0.m. (2) Two of the numbers are equal to 25. the total price of the n shares would have been $300 more. (1) 1 (2) x + y = 5 17.m. If the average (arithmetic mean) of 4 numbers is 50. 12. 14.4 percent is May. What is Ricky’s age now? (1) Ricky is now twice as old as he was exactly 8 years ago. (2) The number of female residents who were not born in Town T is twice the number of female residents who were born in Town T. 22. Town T has 20. 8.000.36 million. and of the 6 order by 11:10 a. how many men were unemployed in June of that year? ≦≦ ≦≦ ≦≦ ≦≦ π π π π (1) n = 10 (2) m + 10 = n 21. (2) x > 0 13. 16. What percent of the residents were born in Town T? (1) The number of female residents who were born in Town T is twice the number of male residents who were not born in Town T. how many of the numbers are greater than 50? (1) None of the four numbers is equal to 50.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY these regions? (1) The area of P plus the area of Q is equal to 90 . At what time did it completely fill the order that morning? (1) The machine began filling the order at 9:30 a. On Monday morning a certain machine ran continuously at a uniform rate to fill a production order. In year X. (2) The larger circular region has a radius that is 3 times the radius of the smaller circular region. 19.7 percent of the men in the labor force were unemployed in June compared with 8. Is xy > 5? x 3 and 2 y 4. (2) Ricky’s sister Teresa is now 3 times as old as Ricky was exactly 8 years ago.000 more men in the labor force were unemployed in June than in May. 1 of the (2) The machine had filled 2 5 order by 10:30 a. what was the price per share of the stock? (1) If the price per share of the stock had been $1 more. what is the value of k? x z 1 (2) = 2 and = .m. If the number of men in the labor force was the same for both months.000 residents. Can the positive integer n be written as the sum of two different positive prime numbers? ≦≦ ≦≦ ≦≦ ≦≦ . 20. (2) If the price per share of the stock had been $2 less. 120.

If both x and y are nonzero numbers. The length of TV is how much greater than the length of RV? (1) The length of TU is 10 meters. what is the value of x? (1) r = 3s = 2t = 6u (2) The product of r and u is equal to the product of s and t. where r. 24. and u each represent a nonzero digit of x. y what is the value of ? x (1) x = 6 (2) y2 = x2 25. . rstu. segments RS and TU represent two positions of the same ladder leaning against the side SV of a wall. s. If x = 0. (2) The length of RV is 5 meters. t.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) n is greater than 3. In the figure above. (2) n is odd. 23.

X was 3 ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ ∠ U 62 75 69 0 . 6. (2) by the most direct route. If x and y are positive. (2) The total cost of the skis and the jacket was $360. Buckets X and Y contained only water 1 and bucket Y was full. For example. in kilometers. (2) The cost to the city for each 12. 9. (2) The measure of ABX is 40o. by the most direct route. the distance between T and U is 1. If all of the 2 water in bucket X was then poured into bucket Y. S. what is the value of x? (1) 200 percent of x equals 400 percent of y.5 times the distance between R and T. what is the measure of ABC ? (1) BX bisects ABY and BY bisects XBC. 4. The table above shows the distance. R. 2. Is x < y? (1) z < y (2) z < x 3. If Hans purchased a pair of skis and a ski jacket.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY SECTION 10 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. what was the cost of the skis? (1) The ratio of the cost of the skis to the cost of the jacket was 5 to 1. between any two of the four cities. If -10 < k < 10. How much less time would it take to produce the lot of cans if both machines X and Y were run simultaneously? (1) Both machines X and Y produce the same number of cans per hour.000 gallons of water lost is $2. 7. the distance between City R and City U is 62 kilometers. In the figure above. is k > 0? (1) 1 >0 k (2) k2 > 0 R R S T U 0 y x 62 S y 0 56 75 T x 56 0 69 8. and U. what is the dollar cost to the city per day for this loss? (1) The city’s daily water supply is 350 million gallons. what fraction of the capacity of Y was then filled with water? (1) Before the water from X was poured. 5. T. (2) It takes machine X twice as long to produce the lot of cans as it takes machines X and Y running simultaneously to produce the lot. (2) xy is the square of a positive integer. 1 full. Machine X runs at a constant rate and produces a lot consisting of 100 cans in 2 hours. the distance between S and T is twice the distance between S and R. If a certain city is losing 12 percent of its daily water supply each day because of water-main breaks. What is the value of x? (1) By the most direct route.

In a certain senior citizens’ club. (1) rt = 12 (2) r + t = 7 17. 19. as indicated in the figure above.9)x dollars. 11. Is x between 0 and 1? (1) x 2 is less than x. If the successive tick marks shown on the number line above are equally spaced and if x and y are the numbers designating the end points of intervals as shown. (2) The price Sally paid for the bicycle was $170. is y an integer? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of x. excluding the 10 percent sales tax. (2) n is a multiple of 6. ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 16. including sales tax. Is the positive integer n a multiple of 24? (1) n is a multiple of 4. 32 centimeters wide. If t 0. 13. and 15 centimeters high. are 1 more than of the members over 75 4 years of age? (1) Exactly 60 percent of the female members are over 60 years of age. The inside of a rectangular carton is 48 centimeters long. 10. (2) n + 1 is not a prime number. what is the value of y? (1) x = 18. If n is an integer. 14. (2) x = 16 of age. If x is an integer. 12. is r greater that zero? . Is the positive square root of x an integer? (1) x = n4 and n is an integer. 3 2 3 (2) x = 2y (1) x = 20. of these. (2) The average (arithmetic mean) of x and y is not an integer. y and y – 2 is x. for her bicycle? (1) The price Sally paid for the bicycle was (0. excluding sales tax. is n +2 a prime number? (1) n is a prime number. If the cans are 15 centimeters high. (2) Exactly 10 male members are over 75 years of age. Did Sally pay less than x dollars. (2) x3 is positive. If R = 8 x and y ≠ 0 what is the 3y value of R? 1 2 2 3 (2) y − x = 15. (2) 6 of the cans fit exactly along the length of the carton.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) X and Y have the same capacity. The carton is filled to capacity with k identical cylindrical cans of fruit that stand upright in rows and columns. 1 are over 75 years and. what is the value of k? (1) Each of the cans has a radius of 4 centimeters.

(2) Kelly's raise increased his taxes to $1. If r and s are positive integers and the ratio r/s is expressed as a decimal.232. How many weeks from now will population X first exceed 1. The price per share of stock X increased by 10 percent over the same time period that the price per share of stock Y decreased by 10 percent. 3. 23. 24. 3 (2) The sum of the amounts of money that Tony and Lee have is half the amount that Aaron has.5 (2) x < 7 7. and 5. denotes an operation. If 3 of the applicants 4 △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ (1) a (2) 5 b=5 c=3 △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ △ .GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) 90 < r < 100 (2) s = 4 Section 11 30 Minutes 25 Questions 21. is r/s a terminating decimal? 1. Is x = 3 8 4 (1) x > 5. is the value of b – a at least twice the value of 3n – 2n? (1) a = 2n + 1 and b = 3n+1 (2) n = 3 24.000. what is the value of x ? (1) 2x + y = 9 (2) 3x + 2y = 14 6. (2) The sum of he students' scores on test T was 2. If no student took test T more than once. how much money does Tony have? (1) Tony has twice as much money as 1 Lee and as much as Aaron. 0.096 are three terminating decimals. Last year 4 of the applicants for a job 5 on a police force passed the physical xamination. 2. Kelly's raise increased his salary by what percent ? (1) Kelly's raise was $1.700. 25. if value of (a b) c ? 5. Any decimal that has only a finite number of nonzero digits is a terminating decimal. What is the area of the rectangular region above? (1) l + w = 6 (2) d2 = 20 22. The reduced price per share of stock Y was what percent of the original price per share of stock X? (1) The increased price per share of stock X was equal to the original price per share of stock Y. For example.82. If n is a positive integer. (2) Fifteen weeks ago the mouse population was 2. (2) The increase in the price per share of stock X was 10/11 the decrease in the price per share of stock Y. Lee.000 ? (1) The mouse population is now 65. and Tony have a total of $36. what is the 4. If Aaron. If x + 2y = 6.200. how many students took test T ? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of the students' scores on test T was 72. Mouse population X doubles every week.536.

16. How many bags of grass seed were used for rectangular lawn X ? ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° . 5 (2) The average life span of G is 30 years longer than that of P and 10 years longer than that of S. 8. (2) The population of Country S in 1975 was 1. If the measures of' the three interior angles of a triangle are y . and z are positive. and S are animal species. 18. is y greater than x ? (1) 3x = 2y (2) x + y = 5 13. is a 2 ? = b 3 (1) 3a = 2b (2) For integers m and n. 3 (2) x – 4 is an integer. is point Y inside the same circle? (1) OX = 1 (2) XY = 2 1 2 17. 15x . (2) n is an integer. Which amount was greatest'? (1) y < z < x (2) x was 25 percent of the total of the four investments. If y > 0. and z. If point X is inside a circle with center O and radius 2.17 times what it was in 1965. what is the value of y ? (1) x =5 (2) 15x + y = 90 19. in year. and 18x . Four dollar amounts. Did the population of Country S increase by less than 20 percent from 1965 to 1975 ? (1) The population of Country S in 1965 was 180 million. 10. 14. If today is Carol's birthday. x. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of x and y ? (1) x + y = 10 2 2 (2) x = 2y 20.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY who passed the physical examination also passed the written examination. y. y. what is the value of x ? (1) x + y = z + y (2) z – y = 4 – y 11. Is the integer n even ? (1) n 2 − 1 is odd. how many of the applicants passed both examinations ? (1) The number of applicants who did not pass either examination was equal to the number who passed the written examination only. P. (2) 3 years from now she will be 3 times as old as she was 7 years ago. w. 9. Is x an integer ? (1) 2 x is an integer. What is the average life span. If a and b are positive integers. 12. (2) There was a total of 100 applicants. were invested in a business. of S ? (1) The average life span of S is twice that of P and 4 that of G. a = 2m and b = 3n 15. If x. how old is Carol? (1) 6 years ago she was half her present age. G.

What is the total number 4 of books standing upright along the top shelf ? (1) Half of these books are 1 -inch 2 thick. △ △ △ △ . If x and y are positive. 4. If x and y are integers. what is the value of x ? (1) | x – 2 | = 1 (2) x 2 = 4 x − 3 Section 12 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. What is the ratio of d to r? (1) t = 30 (2) d = 25 24. 25. is b a multiple of 24 ? (1) b is a multiple of 3. is x + y divisible by 6 ? (1) x is divisible by 6.000 square feet of lawn X 21. 2. (2) c is odd. and c + 2.What is the total number of employees in the per-sonnel and data processing divisions of Company S ? (1) The number of employees in the data processing division is 3 more than twice the number of employees in the personnel division.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) Lawn X has a perimeter of 720 feet. some are 1 -inch thick and the rest are 2 3 -inch thick. (2) n = 30 23. (2) One bag of grass seed was used for each 5. c + 1. (2) y is divisible by 6. what is the length of segment BC ? (1) x = 90 (2)The perimeter of ABC is 24. 3. If n is a positive integer. If x is a positive number. (2) The number of employees in the data process-ing division is 15. is y< 2 ? (1) x > 2y (2) x < y + 2 22. If b is the product of three consecutive positive integers c. is n divisible by at least six positive integers? (1) n is the product of three different prime numbers. (2) The total thickness of all of these books is 25 inches. In the figure above. Of the books that are standing upright along the top shelf of a bookcase. A car traveled a distance of d miles in t minutes at an average rate of r miles per minute.

what is the value of c ? (1) a < b < c (2) a + b = c 2 16. and Amy's salary is greater than 130 percent of Richard's salary. (2) When x = 5. where a and b are constants. Is r > s ? (1) -r + s < 0 (2) r < | s | 13. what is the average (arithmetic mean) height per pupil ? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) height of the girls in the class is 61 inches. (2) No team in league X played more than 7 games.000 (2) The terminating decimal equivalent of d has one nonzero digit to the left of the decimal point. b.50. what is the number of nonzero digits to the right of the deci-mal point? (1) d = 5 + 416 1. In a given class. (2) Richard's salary is 75 percent of Amy's salary but is 80 percent of Brian's salary. In the figure above. and c is a prime number and abc = 30. 10. (2) r .50 more than 5 times the cost of the umbrella.s = 1 9. 7. Richard's salary is greater than $25.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 5.00. Does x = y ? (1) y = − x (2) x < y 11.000. Is Amy's salary greater than Brian's salary? (1) Brian's salary is 125 percent of Richard's salary. If each of the positive integers a. A raincoat and an umbrella cost a total of $53. There are exactly 6 teams in league X. what is the value of y when x = 10 ? (1) When x = 1. Are integers r and s consecutive ? (1) r is odd and s is even. y = 13. If y = ax + b. What was the total number of games played by the 6 teams last season? (1) Each team in league X played each of the other teams at least once. x. the raincoat and the umbrella would cost a total of $58. (2) The average (arithmetic mean) height of the boys in the class is 64 inches. (2) The cost of the raincoat is $2. 14. 6. . What is the perimeter of the flower bed ? (1) x = y = 30 feet. 8. y = 5. y. In the terminating decimal equivalent of d. What is the value of x 2 + 2 xy + y 2 ? (1) x + y = 7 (2) x = 2 15. (2) k = 60 12. and z denote the lengths of the sides of a triangular flower bed bounded by three driveways. What is the cost of the raincoat? (1) If the cost of the raincoat were to increase by 10 percent.

In the line.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 17. what fraction of the x dollars must he reinvest at the 12 percent rate so that the total interest earned from the x dollars will be the . but less than 2 . 20. Jane is in a certain ticket line in which each of the other people in the line is either behind her or ahead of her. If the higher rate is unchanged. (1) x = 3 y 4 2 (2) z = x 3 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 19. if line l is parallel to one of the axes. (2) x is 10 percent of 2y. -5). If xyz 0. what is the value of z ? y2 22. Was the amount spent for health care by the federal government's medicare program less than 60 billion dollars? (1) In year X medicare spent more than 1 . the number of people ahead of Jane is 5 more than the number of people behind her. (2) Line l crosses the x-axis. and every point on arc QR is 5 centimeters from point Y. 18. 30 percent of which was spent by private health insurance compa-nies. then x is what percent of y? (1) 15 is 25 percent of y. half at 8 percent simple annual interest and the other half at 12 percent simple annual interest. of the 2 3 amount spent by the private health insurance companies for health care. In the rectangular coordinate system. If x and y are positive. Last year Luis invested x dollars for one year. if PR is a line segment. In year X a total of 355 billion dollars was spent for health care in the United States. 23. but the lower rate has decreased. In the figure above. What is the total number of people in the line? (1) There are 11 people ahead of Jane in the line. 5) ? (1) Line l contains the point (4. (2) The total number of people in the line is 3 times the number of people behind Jane. what is the sum of the lengths of the curved paths from P to Q and from Q to R ? (1) XQ = QY = 5 centimeters. 21. (2) Every point on arc PQ is 5 centimeters from point X. (2) In year X medicare spent 50 billion dollars less for health care than the amount spent by private health insurance companies. does line l contain the point (4. Now he wants to reinvest the x dollars for one year in the same two types of investments.

GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY same for both years ? (1) The lower rate is now 6 percent. 25. y. (2) n2 is odd.000 more than the population of City Y. running continuously. . (2) It takes 10 of these machines. (2) The total amount of interest earned from the two investments last year was $3. 6. (2) n is a multiple of 14. and n are positive integers. 60 hours to fill the production order. (2) The ratio of the population of City Z to the population of City Y is 76 to 21. greater than 1. (2) Akira's younger brother is 11 years old. Is the integer n a multiple of 140 ? (1) n is a multiple of 10. Akira or Michiko? (1) Akira and Michiko are 3 years apart in age. 24. to fill a certain production order ? (1) It takes each machine alone. If n is an integer. (2) x > 5y and n > x. 2.000 ? (1) x = y 3 and n > y. 4. running simultaneously without stopping. What are the populations of Cities Y and Z ? (1) The population of City Z is 275. How many hours does it take 12 machines with identical production rates. What is the value of x ? (1) 3x = 30 (2) x + y = 40 3. is x y n Section 13 30 Minutes 25 Questions 1. Who is older. what is the value of n ? (1) 1 + n = 5 4 1 (2) n 2 = 16 5. 6 hours to fill the production order. If n is a positive number.000. running simultaneously without stopping. If x. is n odd ? (1) The tens digit of n is odd.

Is the integer n equal to 25 ? (1) n is the square of an integer. (2) Terry collected 140 cans. (2) The area of triangular region OMT is 4. Is |x – 3| < 7 ? (1) x > 0 (2) x < 10 15.. 9. If x > y.5) are on line l . Terry and Pat collected cans for recycling. . what is the area of the circular region with center O ? 11. Is line l parallel to the y-axis? (1) The equation of line l is x = 4. According to the graph above. (2) x = 2y (1) MN is perpendicular to RS. What was the ratio of the number of carts Terry collected to the number of cans Pat collected? (1) Pat collected 50 percent of the cans that they collected. 2) and (4.) (1) In 6 months Larry's total savings will be $900. 12. In a sequence of numbers in which each term after the first term is 1 more than twice the preceding term. 13. (2) In 3 months Larry's total savings will exceed his present savings by $150. 16. (2) 15 < n < 37 10.000. (1) The first term is 1. Pat is reading a book that has a total of 15 chapters. 14. Larry saves x dollars per month. Will Larry’s total savings one year from now exceed his present savings by at least $500 ? (Assume that there is no interest. (2) Each of the first 3 chapters has more pages than each of the other 12 chapters in the book. In the figure above. (2) The sixth term minus the fifth term is 32. (2) The points (4. is cx > cy ? (1) c > 0 (2) xy > 0 8.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY what is the fifth term? 7. Has Pat read at least 1 of the pages in the book? 3 (1) Pat has just finished reading the first 5 chapters. . the sale of fruits and vegetables in Store S last week accounted for what percent of the total sales income for the week? (1) Last week the total income from the sale of fruits and vegetables in Store S was $16.

(2) Last week the factory produced a total of 150 chairs and sofas. (2) m and n are consecutive integers. is p a prime number? (1) p > 6 (2) p < 21 23. . . (2) t 4 = 16 ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ 24. What is the value of t ? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of t2 and 8t is –8. . a3. If the factory used a total of 300 cushions on the furniture it produced last week. If integer p is a factor of 42. If a1. What was the average (arithmetic mean) monthly rainfall during 1984 in region Y? (1) In region Y the total rainfall for the first 6 months of 1984 was twice the total rainfall for the last 6 months of 1984. What is the area of a rectangular surface that has length x feet and width y feet ? (1) y is the reciprocal of x. . If 2x + 3y = 5. . an. 25. If S is the sum of the first n positive integers.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 17. (2) The perimeter of the rectangular surface is 5 feet. how many sofas did it produce last week ? (1) Last week the factory produced more chairs than sofas. is a sequence 1. . a2. . (2) In region Y the average monthly rainfall for the first 6 months of 1984 was 2. . 22. What is the greatest common divisor of positive integers m and n ? (1) m is a prime number. what is the value of n ? (1) S < 20 (2) s2 > 220 21. A small factory that produces only upholstered chairs and sofas uses 1 cushion for each chair and 4 cushions for each sofa. 19. what is the value of x ? (1) x + z = 3 + 2y + z (2) y = − 1 7 20. is ai such that an=2n for all n greater than aj ? (1) i is odd and j is even (2) i2 > j2 18.31 inches more than the average monthly rainfall for the last 6 months of 1984.

Each number in the arrangement above is obtained from the two nearest numbers in the column imme-diately to the left by subtracting the upper number from the lower number. 10. Did the profit exceed $4 million on sales of 380. Is 1 < x < 2 ? (1) 0 < x (2) x < 3 2. is the amount of water in the tank increasing? (1) The amount of water initially in the tank is 200 gallons. with the number of units sold. If the average (arithmetic mean) of six 6. The profit from the sale of a certain appliance increases. (2) The profit exceeded $5 million on sales of 350. (2) Jane traveled at the same average rate as Bill. If P. Q.) (1) The area of G is 25 square meters. 2 3.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY Section 14 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1.The length of the edging that surrounds circular garden K is 1 the length of 2 the edging that surrounds circular garden G. (2) The edging around G is 10 meters long. and R are three distinct points. What distance did Jane travel? (1) Bill traveled 40 miles in 40 minutes. 4. though not proportionally. Water is pumped into a partially filled tank at a constant rate through an inlet pipe. (2) Company K has 12 directors and Company R has 8 directors. What is the value of xy –yz ? (1) y = 2 (2) x – z = 5 π π π π π π π π . How many people are directors of both Company K and Company R ? (1) There were 17 directors present at a joint meeting of the directors of Company K and Company R. and no directors were absent. in gallons per minute. What is the area of garden K ? (Assume that the edging has negligible width. 8. 9. At what rate.000 units ? (1) The profit exceeded $2 million on sales of 200. 5. (2) Q and R lie on the same circle with center P. What is the value of z ? (1) x = 7 (2) t = 5 7. (2) Water is pumped into the tank at a rate of 10 gallons per minute and out of the tank at a rate of 10 gallons every 2 1 minutes.000 units. do line segments PQ and PR have the same length ? (1) P is the midpoint of line segment QR. At the same time.000 units. water is pumped out of the tank at a constant rate through an outlet pipe.

If x is an integer.01 ? 10 (1) n > 2 n −1 (2) 1 < 0. If n is a positive integer. the total cost for 6 gallons of Brand X antifreeze and 10 quarts of Brand Y motor oil is $58. the total cost for 4 gallons of Brand X antifreeze and 12 quarts of Brand Y motor oil is $44. 13.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY numbers is 75. If x < 0. (2) None of the six numbers is greater than 75. is x | x | < 2x (1) x < 0 (2) x = .x > 0 . (2) n 2 and k 2 are both integers. By what percent did the median household income in Country Y decrease from 1970 to 1980 ? (1) In 1970 the median household income in Country Y was 2 of 3 median household income in Country X. At Larry’s Auto Supply Store. 11. Excluding sales tax. is n 1 < 0. (There is no quantity discount.1 10 17. (2) In 1980 the median household income in Country Y was 1 of the 2 median household income in Country X. what is the total cost for 1 gallon of Brand X antifreeze and 1 quart of Brand Y motor oil? (1) Excluding sales tax.5 times the regular hourly rate for each hour worked in excess of 40 hours per week. is y > 0 ? (1) x < 0 y (2) y . excluding Sunday. (There is no quantity discount. is n k an integer ? (1) n and k are both integers. 12.10 15. Brand X antifreeze is sold by the gallon and Brand Y motor oil is sold by the quart. (2) Last week the employee worked a total of 54 hours but did not work more than 8 hours on any day. How much was the employee paid last week? (1) The employee’s regular hourly rate is $10. 16.) 14.) (2) Excluding sales tax. how many of the numbers are equal to 75 ? (1) None of the six numbers is less than 75. and 2 times the regular hourly rate for each hour worked on Sunday. An employee is 1. If n and k are greater than zero.

regardless of the number of cans purchased. (2) x divided by 110 has a remainder of 30. . If x and y are positive.99 (2) The amount that will be saved on each eight-ounce can of brand X soup purchased at the reduced price is $0. Section 15 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. (2) Elena’s commission is 5 percent of her sales revenue. What amount will be saved on the purchase of 3 eight-ounce cans of brand X soup if the regular price is reduced ? (1) At the reduced price. y.04. is the ratio of x to y greater than 3 ? (1) x is 2 more than 3 times y. (2) The ratio of 2x to 3y is greater than 2.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 18.000. What was the total of Elena’s salary and commission last month ? (1) Elena’s monthly salary is $1. (2) Joe’s weight is 125 percent of Tim’s weight. Does Joe weigh more than Tim? (1) Tim’s weight is 80 percent of Joe’s weight. 3. 20. The regular price per eight-ounce can of brand X soup is $0. What is the value of xy ? (1) x + y = 10 (2) x – y = 6 5. Elena receives a salary plus a commission that is equal to a fixed percentage of her sales revenue. 3 eight-ounce cans of brand X soup will cost $0. and z are positive integers. Not scored 4. If x. 2.37. is x – y odd ? (1) x = z 2 (2) y = ( z − 1) 2 19. What is the tens digit of positive integer x ? (1) x divided by 100 has a remainder of 30.

and z are positive numbers. (2) Currently there are 9 shelves in the children’s section. Point (x. If the club’s total revenue from memberships was $480. If these books were to be placed on smaller shelves with 30 picture books on each shelf. If x. Currently there are 50 picture books each shelf in the children’s section of a library.( . What is the value of the two-digit integer x ? (1) The sum of the two digits is 3 (2) x is divisible by 3 11. If Chan made the trip in 15 minutes. 9. 13.ships as individual memberships. If xy 0. Chan and Micko drove separate cars along the entire length of a certain route.y ) 10. y) has in which quadrant of the rectangular coordinate system shown above ? (1) x + y < 0 (2) x = 1 and y = -7 7. how many minutes did it take Micko to make the same trip ? (1) Micko’s average speed for the trip was 3 of Chan’s average speed. each of which is greater than 1 ? (1) 31 < p < 37 (2) p is odd 16. is x < 0 ? y (1) x = y (2) –x = . A swim club that sold only individual and family memberships charged $300 for an individual membership.2 and 0. what was the charge 6. how many of the smaller shelves would be needed to hold all of these books ? (1) The number of smaller shelves needed is 6 more than the current number of shelves.5 times as many family member.Is x an integer ? (1) x is an integer. Is the number x between 0. (2) The club sold 1.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) 2x is an integer. 4 (2) The route is 14 miles long. 17. y and z (1) x + y = 5 (2) y + z = 7 8. 14. y. 2 for a family membership ? (1) The revenue from individual memberships was 1 of the total 4 revenue from memberships.7 ? (1) 560x < 280 (2) 700x > 280 12.Can the positive integer p be expressed as the product of two integers. Is y = 6 ? (1) y 2 = 36 (2) y 2 − 7 y + 6 = 0 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ . What is the average (arithmetric mean ) of x.000. is x >y>z? (1) xz > yz (2) yx > yz 15.

The integer x is how much greater than 3? (1) 10 x = 100.42 for each of the first 3 minutes and $0.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY Section 16 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. Quadrilateral RSTU shown above is a site plan for a parking lot in which side RU is parallel to side ST and RU is longer than ST. (1) x = 40 (2) y = 50 2. The figure above represents the floor plan of an art gallery that has a lobby and 18 rooms. If Lisa goes from the lobby into room A at the same time that Paul goes from the lobby into room R. (2) The total charge for the call was .700 from the crates of oranges and grapefruit slipped.00001 10 x 3. (2) Last week the grower received a total of $38. what is the value of xy(x+y ) ? (1) x – y = 5 (2) xy 2 = 18 4.36 less than the charge for the remainder of the call. A citrus fruit grower receives $15 for each crate of oranges shipped and $18 for each crate of grapefruit shipped.000 (2) 1 = 0. 19. In the figure above. How many minutes long was the call? (1) The charge for the first 3 minutes of the call was $0. What is the area of the parking lot ? (1) RU = 80 meters (2) TU= 20 10 meters 20. The charge for a telephone call between City R and City S is $0. what is the length of AC ? (1) x + y = 13 (2) xy = 36 5. A certain call between these two cities lasted for x minutes. Is x greater than 75 percent of y ? 18. and each goes through all of the rooms in succession. entering by one door and exiting by the other. where x is an integer. If xy = -6 . How many crates of oranges did the grower ship last week? (1) Last week the number of crates of oranges that the grower shipped was 20 more than twice the number of crates of grapefruit shipped.18 for each additional minute. which room will they be in at the same time ? (1) Lisa spends 2x minutes in each room and Paul spends 3x minutes in each room. (2) Lisa spends 10 minutes less time in each room than Paul does.

If arc QR is a semicircle and PQRS is a rectangle with QR > ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ ≤ . -3) on line l ? (1) Point (-2. If r > 0 and s > 0. what was the yield per tree last year? (1) The yield per tree for the 18 trees in the northern half of the grove was 60 kilograms last year. In the xy-plane. If a total of 84 students are enrolled in two sections of a calculus course.500 each year since 1985. how many of the 84 students are female? (1) 2 of the students in Section 1 are 3 female. 6. What was the percent increase in the value of a certain antique from January 1. (2) The sum of the two numbers is 15. and P + 11 is even. 17. (2) l is not perpendicular to the x-axis. Is the integer P odd ? (1) The sum of P. 9. 1981. 10. 1981? (1) The value of the antique on January 1. is 54 + 27 an x integer ? (1) 6 x 81 (2) x is a multiple of 3. (2) The value of the antique on December 31.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY $2. If r is represented by the decimal 0. was $3. P + 4. 7. If x is an integer. 14. What is the value of the greater of two numbers if one of the numbers is twice the other number? (1) One number is 5. is r < s ? s r (1) r = 1 3s 4 (2) s = r + 4 15. what is the digit t ? (1) r < 1 3 (2) r < 1 10 11. and P + 11 is odd. (2) Company R's annual profit has increased by $7. 1981. 16.88.000. 8. 1981. (2) 1 of the students in Section 2 are 2 male.t5. What was Company R's annual profit in 1991 ? (1) In 1985 Company R's annual profit was $212. Is 7 < n < 8 ? (1) n > 50 (2) n < 60 12. to December 31. Company R's annual profit has increased by a constant amount each calendar year since 1985. 3) is on l . (2) The yield per tree for the 18 trees in the eastern half of the grove was 55 kilograms last year. (2) The sum of P – 3. in 1989 Company R's annual profit was $242.000. If a certain grove consists of 36 pecan trees.1981. is point (2.000. was double the value of the antique on January 1. P. The figure above shows the shape of a flower bed. 13.

what is the value of n ? (1) n is even. (2) Each diagonal of rectangle PQRS is 10 feet long. If the employee is paid 1 1 times this rate for time 2 worked in excess of 8 hours during a single day. (2) The average (arithmetic mean) age of the members of Committee Z will be 26. 2. 18. 36. In the figure above. 5. If the list price of a new car was $12. x. what was the cost of the car to the dealer ? (1) The cost to the dealer was equal to 80 percent of the list price. q. which have no common members. which was 12.5 percent more than the cost to the dealer. If n is a member of the set (33. What is the value of x ? (1) 2x + 1 = 0 (2) ( x + 1) 2 = x 2 6. will combine to form Committee Z. (2) Yesterday the employee worked 8 hours.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY RS. If 4x = 5y = 10z. If p. 42). 4. 39. Does Committee X have more members than Committee Y ? (1) The average (arithmetic mean) age of the members of Committee X is 25. how many hours did the employee work today? (1) The employee was paid $18 more for hours worked today than for hours worked yesterday.7 years and the average age of the members of Committee Y is 29. A certain employee is paid $6 per hour for an 8-hour workday. 41. 20. y.070. (2) n is a multiple of 3. what is the perimeter of the flower bed ? (1) The perimeter of rectangle PQRS is 28 feet.300. and z are different positive integers.6 years. (2) The car was sold for $11. which of the five integers is the median? (1) p + x < q (2) y < z 3. Committee X and Committee Y.3 years. what is the value of x +y+z? (1) x – y = 6 (2) y + z = 36 19. What is the value of y ? (1) y 2 − 7 y + 12 = 0 (2) y > 0 Section 17 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. 38. what is the length of AD? (1) AC = 6 .

y. . If Sara's age is exactly twice Bill's age. Sara's age was exactly 3 times Bill's age. Team A won all of the remaining games it played. Jackson's 1980 dividends on his n shares totaled $150. After winning 50 percent of the first 20 games it played. (1) The first ten integers in S are even. what is Sara's age? (1) Four years ago. The circular base of an above-ground swimming pool lies in a level yard and just touches two straight sides of a fence at points A and B. What is the value of x ? yz (1) x = y and z = 2x 2 5 x 5 and 1 1 (2) = = z 2 y 10 15. 9.75. Jackson's 1980 dividends on her 300 shares ? (1) In 1980 the annual dividend on each share of stock X was $0. (2) In 1979 Mr. A retailer purchased a television set for x percent less than its list price. is S an alpha sequence? 11. 14. and then sold it for y percent less than its list price. Is x 2 greater than x ? (1) x 2 is greater than 1. In 1979 Mr. (2) x is greater than –1. and z are numbers.5 times Bill's age. If x. and Mr. What is the value of r + s ? 2 2 (1) r + s = 5 2 (2) r + s = 10 10. as shown in the figure above. Sara's age will be exactly 1. 16. Point C is on the ground where the two sides of the fence meet. what was the total amount of Mrs. y. What was the list price of the television set ? (1) x = 15 (2) x – y = 6 8. (2) Eight years from now. if xy > 0. 13. An infinite sequence of positive integers is called an “alpha sequence” if the number of even integers in the sequence is finite.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) BD = 6 7. is z = 18 (1) The average (arithmetic mean) of x. If S is an infinite sequence of positive integers. Jackson bought a total of 300 shares of stock X. does (x . (2) An infinite number of integers in S are odd. Jackson bought a total of n shares of stock X and Mrs. (2) The center of the base is 20 feet from point C 12. What was the total number of games that Team A won? (1) Team A played 25 games altogether (2) Team A won 60 percent of all the games it played. and z is 6 (2) x = -y If the couple held all of their respective shares throughout 1980. How far from the center of the pool's base is point A? (1) The base has area 250 square feet.1)(y . Jackson bought a total of 200 shares of stock X.1) = 1 ? (1) x + y = xy (2) x = y 17.

000 and paying off the rest in equal monthly installments.△ □ . (1) S is a set of 10 numbers. is $8. Is 5 k less than 1. Pat paid twice as much in taxes as he saved. If she finances the car. The table above shows the cancelation fee schedule that a travel agency uses to determine the fee charged to a tourist who cancels a trip prior to departure. if line l 1 is parallel to line l 2 . (2) T is a set of 100 numbers. □ □ □ □ ★ ★ ★ ★ △ △ △ △ 2.△ □ . on what day was the trip canceled ? (1) The cancelation fee was $595 (2) If the trip had been canceled one day later.000 (2) 5 k −1 = 5 k − 500 . NOT SCORED 4. In the figure above. . If a tourist canceled a trip with a package price of $1. .000. what will be the total cost of the car. the cancelation fee would have been $255 more. making a down payment of $2.700 and a departure date of September 4. 20. what is the value of x? (1) y = 50 (2) z = 130 3. 5. including the sales tax and financing ? (1) The installments are to be $200 per month. If Pat saved $600 of his earnings last month.000 ? (1) 5 k −1 > 3. each of the symbols .△ □ .GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY Section 18 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. and represents a positive digit. How many numbers do the sets S and T have in common? + In the addition problem above. including the sales tax. If < what is the value of ? (1) (2) =4 =1 19. 3 (2) Of his earnings last month. The purchase price of Beth's new car. (2) The installments will extend over a period of exactly 3 years.△ □ ★ △□ ★ △□ ★ △□ ★ △□ ★ ★ ★ ★ △ △ △ △ □ □ □ □ 18. how much did Pat earn last month? (1) Pat spent 1 of his earnings last 2 month for living expenses and saved 1 of the remainder.

If a and b are positive integers. 13. the average (arithmetic mean) number registered per day was 85. y.05y 7. On one such jump. 12. respectively. was Fran off the floor for less than 1 second ? (1) On her jump Fran’s feet reached a maximum height of 1 meter above the floor.1x = 0. 17. Was the average (arithmetic mean) number of people registered per day for the 6 days greater than 90? (1) For the 4 days with the greatest number of people registered. the average (arithmetic mean) number registered per day was 100. (2) 3n + 4 is an even integer. If Fran jumps straight up off the floor and lands on her feet T seconds later. is x 2 < y 2 (1) y > 0 (2) x > 0 14. is x = 1 y 2 the width. and q are positive. her feet will reach a max-imum height of 1. is n even ? (1) n 2 − 1 is an odd integer. What is the length in meters of a certain rectangular garden ? (1) The length of the garden is 6 meters more than twice the width. is [x] = 0 ? (1) 5x + 1 = 3 + 2x (2) 0 < x < 1 16. (2) On her jump Fran spent more than 1 second ascending. If n is an integer. r. the least number of people registered in a single day was 80. what is the value of a + b ? (1) a = 5 b 8 (2) The greatest common divisor of a and b is 1.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) x is 50 percent of y. p. If x. the ratio of the population to the number of representatives is greater for which of the two districts ? (1) p1 > p2 (2) r2 > r1 10. Are all of the numbers in a certain list of 15 numbers equal? y? . (2) For the 3 days with the smallest number of people registered. (2) 0.t73 ? (1) t < 5 (2) 0. If x < y. On the number line above.t73 < 1 t 11. What digit does t represent in the decimal 0. 18.22T2 meters above the floor. During a 6-day local trade show. If y 0. and t are five consecutive even integers in increasing order. q. is x ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 6. p. s. (2) The length of the garden is 4 times ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ 8. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of these five integers ? (1) q + s = 24 (2) The average (arithmetic mean) of q and r is 11. (1) px = p qy q (2) xy = p 9. If p1 and p2 are the populations and r1 and r2 are the numbers of representatives of District 1 and District 2. If [x] denotes the greatest integer less than or equal to x. 4 15.

is n+k > 2 n ? (1) k > 3n (2) n + k > 3n (1) The reduced price was $187.00. What was the total cost of renting the car ? (1) If the three friends had kept the car for a second week. the cost to each of the original three would have been reduced by $15 ? 5. Sally gave some of her candy to her friends.50. (2) If a fourth friend had joined the three friends and the cost had been divided equally among the four friends. they could have obtained the two-week rate. which was 1. What is the remainder when the positive integer n is divided by 6 ? (1) n is a multiple of 5. What is the value of y ? (1) y is an odd integer between 28 and 34 (2) 31 < y < 36 2. (2) The sum of any 3 numbers in the list is 12. How many pieces of candy did she have before giving any to her friends? (1) Sally gave each friend 8 pieces of candy. which was 20 minutes after he arrived at station T. Section 19 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. (2) The original price exceeded the reduced price by more than $60. Three friends rented a car for a week and divided the cost equally. 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. 3. The price of a television set was reduced by 25 percent.5 times the cost of a one-week rental. What was its original price? 19. Is x > y ? (1) x = y + 2 (2) x = y − 1 2 6.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) The sum of all of the numbers in the list is 60. (2) Juan arrived at his office at 8:30 (EST) on Monday morning. 4. If Juan took train X on Monday morning. If n and k are positive integers. . The table above shows the morning schedule for train X. 20. (2) n is a multiple of 12.

12. the beam sweeps through 3. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of x and y ? (1) The average of x and 2y is 10. so that the same letter replaces a given letter each time the given letter occurs. (2) The perimeter of R is 14. What code will result when the word TAME is encoded by this scheme? (1) When the word MAT is encoded. 14. 8. 7. The same code is used for all words. How many books did a librarian purchase ? (1) The librarian paid an average (arithmetic mean) of $15 per book for the books purchased. 13. ° ° ° ° . 30 percent attended the science fair on two or more days. (2) The average of 2x and 7y is 32. How many of the students enrolled in the high school attended the science fair on all three days? (1) Of the students enrolled in the school. A certain high school with a total enrollment of 900 students held a science fair for three days last week. each word is encoded by replacing each letter in the word with another letter. What is the total number of seats in the auditorium? (1) The number of rows of seats in the auditorium is 27.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) Sally had 7 pieces of candy left after giving candy to her friends. What was Jean's insurance premium in 1995? (1) The ratio of Jean's insurance premium in 1995 to her insurance premium in 1994 was 6 . 5 (2) Jean's insurance premium in 1995 was 20 percent more than her insurance premium in 1994. In which of the four quadrants will the beam lie 30 seconds from now ? (1) In each 30-second period. (2) The total sales tax on the books purchased was $7.690 (2) r = 40 10. (2) n + 6 is a multiple of 3. the result is XRL. 11. The number of seats in the first row of an auditorium is 18 and the number of seats in each row thereafter is 2 morn than in the previous row. What is the probability that events A and B both occur? (1) The probability that event A occurs is 0. The figure above shows the present position on a radar screen of a sweeping beam that is rotating at a constant rate in a clockwise direction. In a certain coding scheme. (2) Of the students enrolled in the school. 15. the result is DLX. 9. (2) When the word TEA is encoded. 16. (2) The number of seats in the last row is 70. 10 percent of those that attended the science fair on at least one day attended on all three days. What is the area of rectangular region R? (1) Each diagonal of R has length 5. Is the integer n a multiple of 15 ? (1) n is a multiple of 20.8.

GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (2) The probability that event B occurs is 0. is i + j an even integer ? (1) i < 10 (2) i = j 17. If i and j are integers. Is r greater than 0.000.27 ? (1) r is greater than 1 4 3 (2) r is equal to 10 3. If O is the center of the circle and if Company H's total expenses are $5. If n = p where p and q are nonzero q integers. (2) 40 percent of twice the number is 40. 4. How much is 20 percent of a certain number ? (1) 10 percent of the number is 5. Is ( x − 3) 2 = 3 − x ? (1) x 3 (2) – x | x | > 0 ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 5.400. Is ab = 1 ? (1) aba = a (2) bab = b 20.6. What percent of a group of people are women with red hair ? (1) Of the women in the group. The figure above represents a circle graph of Company H's total expenses broken down by the expenses for each of its five divisions. (2) Of the men in the group. 10 percent have red hair. 5 percent have red hair. 2. s) and (u. 2 18. In the rectangular coordinate system. v) equidistant from the origin ? (1) r + s = 1 (2) u = 1 – r and v = 1 – s 19. . (2) 2n + 4 is an integer. Section 20 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. are the points (r. is n an integer ? (1) n 2 is an integer. what are the expenses for division R ? (1) x = 94 (2) The total expenses for divisions S and T are twice as much as the expenses for division R.

(2) The point (-2. A number of people each wrote down one of the first 30 positive integers. 12. (2) Of the 60 cars sold. 4 more heads than tails resulted. ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ 8. 30 had both power windows and a stereo. and z are nonzero numbers. (2) The price of the Model K mixer was $142. If x. (2) The player received 3 points each time heads resulted and 1 point each time tails resulted. does the point (4. 20 had a stereo but not power windows. indicating that. 13. the result is 1. Every member of a certain club volunteers to con-tribute equally to the purchase of a $60 gift certificate. 9.40 more in 1989 than in 1970.5 ? . 7) lies on line k.2 16. How many times did heads result? (1) The player tossed the coin 24 times. (2) x = 45 15. for each dollar spent in 1970 for goods. What is the value of 1 + 1 ? k r (1) k + r = 20 (2) kr = 64 7.5. What is the value of 36. 12) lie on line k ? (1) The point (1.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 6.56.500(1. (2) The number of people who wrote down an integer was less than 70. In the xy-plane. is d 0. 11. (2) When d is rounded to the nearest integer. If the price of a Model K mixer increased precisely according to the inflation index. (1) When d is rounded to the nearest tenth. some of which were sold at x percent of full price and the rest of which were sold at full price? (1) x = 50 (2) Full-price tickets sold for $20 each.40 in 1989. 2) lies on line k.05) n ? (1) n 2 − 5n + 6 = 0 0 (2) n . what was the price of the mixer in 1970 ? (1) The price of the Model K mixer was $102. y. If d denotes a decimal. Were any of the integers written down by more than one of the people? (1) The number of people who wrote down an integer was greater than 40. $3. How many of the 60 cars sold last month by a certain dealer had neither power windows nor a stereo? (1) Of the 60 cars sold. Heads or tails resulted each time the player tossed the coin. on the average.56 had to be spent for the same goods in 1989. What is the area of triangular region ABC above? (1) The product of BD and AC is 20. the result is 0. is xz = 12 ? (1) x 2 yz = 12 xy (2) z = 3 4 x 14. What was the total amount of revenue that a theater received from the sale of 400 tickets. for a total of 52 points. 10. The inflation index for the year 1989 relative to the year 1970 was 3. When a player in a certain game tossed a coin a number of times. 17.

n . the share of each contributing member will increase by $2. What is the perimeter of rectangle R ? (1) R is a square. 19. 20. What is the value of a b (1) a n = 32 (2) b n = 243 4.40 percent are members of the drama club. What is 5 percent of x ? (1) x = 200 (2) 10 percent of x is 20. did Robin ever exceed the 55-miles-per-hour speed limit ? (1) Robin drove 100 miles on the expressway. 3. (2) Robin drove for 2 hours on the expressway. (2) Of the male students enrolled at the school. 18. Is x negative ? (1) n 3 (1 − x 2 ) < 0 (2) x 2 − 1 < 0 Section 21 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1.000 invested for any one-year period and type K returns $300 per $2. What is the tenths digit of the decimal d? (1) d = 7 25 (2) d is 28 percent of 1. 25percent are members of the drama club. (2) The area of R is 36. While driving on the expressway. For which type of investment. (2) n is an integer.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY How many members does the club have? (1) Each member's contribution is to be $4. Is a = 0 ? (1) ab = 0 (2) a2 = 0 6. 5. (2) If 5 club members fail to contribute. 7.500 invested for any one-year period. J or K. Is n an integer ? (1) n 2 is an integer. 2. (2) The annual rate of return for an investment of type K is 12 percent. is the annual rate of return greater ? (1) Type J returns $115 per $1. What percent of the drama club members enrolled at a certain school are female students ? (1) Of the female students enrolled at the school.

00. (2) An increase of $1.90 for a 2-mile ride. How much does the company charge for a 10-mile taxi ride ? (1) The company charges $0. Is x > 0 (1) x 2 > 0 (2) x 3 > 0 11. A taxi company charges f cents for the first mile of a taxi ride and m cents for each additional mile.601 × 10 9 20. respectively. raisins. (2) The serving contains 2 ounces of oats. respectively. At what speed was a train traveling on a trip when it had completed half of the total distance of the trip? (1) The trip was 460 miles long and took 4 hours to complete. what is the value of k ? (1) 6. If r and s are integers. (2) Each of two opposite faces of the solid has area 40. 18.000 (2) k 2 = 2. If x > 0. 17. (2) n is an integer. What was the discounted price of a certain television set ? (1) The original price of the television set was $50 more than the discounted price. What is the average (arithmetic mean) of 3x and 6y ? (1) x + 2y = 7 (2) x + y = 5 . is x > x ? y (1) 0 < y < 1 (2) x > 1 14. In a serving of a breakfast cereal that contains only oats.20 for a 4-mile ride.50. is r2 + s even ? (1) The product rs is odd. (2) The train traveled at an average rate of 115 miles per hour on the trip. and nuts.000 < k < 500. 12. the ratio of oats to raisins to nuts by weight is 3 to 2 to 1.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY 8.1× 10 n . (2) r is odd. What is the volume of a certain rectangular solid? (1) Two adjacent faces of the solid have areas 15 and 24.50 would represent an increase of 20 percent of her current gross hourly wage. 9. If n is a positive integer and k = 5. 10. Carmen currently works 30 hours per week at her part-time job. 2 15. How many ounces of raisins are in the serving ? (1) The serving weighs 4 ounces. (2) The original price of the television set was 110 percent of the discounted price. If her gross hourly wage were to increase by $1. (2) The company charges $1. how many fewer hours could she work per week and still earn the same gross weekly pay as before the increase ? (1) Her gross weekly pay is currently $225. Is n an integer? (1) 2n is an integer. 13. 16. Is x > y ? (1) ax > ay (2) a 2 x > a 2 y 19.

What is the capacity. What amount did Jean earn from the commission on her sales in the first half of 1988 ? (1) In 1988 Jean's commission was 5 percent of the total amount of her sales. What was the car's average speed for the trip ? (1) The car traveled the 90-mile trip in 2 hours. What is the value of x ? (1) 2x + 3y = 12 (2) 5x + 7y = 29 7. (2) The company employed 20 percent more people in 1991 than in 1990. . in liters. If a < x < b and c < y < d. (2) Dan answered at least 25 percent of the questions incorrectly. (2) The area of the concrete in the cross section is 1. 6.3 foot. (2) The car traveled the first 40 miles of the trip in 1 hour. What is the value of n ? (1) (2) n =2 4n = 4 (2) x = y 2 2 8. A certain car traveled from one town to another without stopping. If Dan answered every question. of a certain aquarium ? (1) Three liters is 1 of the capacity of 2 the aquarium.r is equal to 0. (2) The amount of Jean's sales in the second half of 1988 averaged $10. what is the measure of angle 9. 5. 2. (2) One-half liter is 1 of the capacity 12 of the aquarium. The figure above shows the circular cross section of a concrete water pipe.r to r is 0.GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY Section 22 25 Minutes 20 Questions 1. Dan took a 20-question multiple-choice test in psychology. In P? PQR. Of the four numbers represented on the number line above. Does x = y ? (1) | x | = | y | 10. How many people did Apex Company employ in 1990 ? (1) The company employed 538 more people in 1991 than in 1990. did he answer at least 12 questions correctly? (1) Dan answered fewer than 40 percent of the questions incorrectly. is r closest to zero? π π π π ° ° ° ° (1) Angle Q is a right angle.29 square feet. (2) The measure of angle R is 17 △ △ △ △ 3. what is the value of r ? (1) The ratio of t . If the inside radius of the pipe is r feet and the outside radius of the pipe is t feet.15 and t . (2) x = 0 12. is x < y ? (1) a < c (2) b < c 11. Is 3 x + 8 an integer ? x+2 (1) x is an integer.000 per month more than in the first half. 4. 13.

GMAT DATA SUFFICIENCY (1) q = -s (2) -t < q 14. 19. What is the value of 2t + t − x ? t−x 2t =3 t−x (2) t – x = 5 (1) x 2 (1) x 0 (2) x < 3 18. If Mark saved an average (arithmetic mean) of $80 per week for 3 consecutive weeks. what is the value of q ? (1) q p −1 = 1 (2) p=1 20. In a certain two-digit integer. If p and q are positive integers. (2) n is divisible by 6. 16. (2) Carmen has fewer than 12 tapes. ≥ ≥ ≥ ≥ ？ ？ ？ ？ ≠ ≠ ≠ ≠ 17. Does Carmen have fewer tapes than Rafael? (1) Rafael has more than 5 tapes. 1 or x +1 . 15. which is greater. (2) The amount that Mark saved the first week was 1 the amount he 2 saved the second week and 1 the 3 amount he saved the third week. she would have twice as many tapes as Rafael. the ratio of the units digit to the tens digit is 2 to 3. how much did he save the second week? (1) The average amount that Mark saved per week for the first 2 weeks was $60. If x -1. (2) The product of the two digits is 54. What is the integer ? (1) The tens digit is 3 more than the units digit. Is the integer n divisible by 20 ? (1) n is divisible by 5. If Carmen had 12 more tapes.

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