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GMAT TEST

SECTION 1 – PROBLEM SOLVING Time: 35 minutes

Numbers: All numbers are real numbers Question 1 a If the quotient /b is positive, which of the following must be true? A) a > 0 B) b > 0 C) ab > 0 D) a – b > 0 E) a + b > 0 Question 2 2 If = 1 , then y = 2 1+ y A) –2 B) –1/2 C) 1/2 D) 2 E) 3 Question 3 Fermat primes are prime numbers that can be written in the form 2k + 1, where k is an integer and a power of 2. Which of the following is NOT a Fermat prime? A) 3 B) 5 C) 17 D) 31 E) 257 Question 4 A collection of books went on sale, and 2/3 of them were sold for $2.50 each. If none of the 36 remaining books were sold, what was the total amount received for the books that were sold? A) $180 B) $135 C) $90 D) $60 E) $54

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u>r (A) I only (B) II only (C) III only (D) I and II (E) II and III Question 8 If a@b = ab . What percent decrease was there in the number of errors committed by the baseball player? A) 21% B) 33 1/3% C) 50% D) 66 2/3% E) 90% Question 7 If u > t. u>s II.Question 5 Coins are to be put into 7 pockets so that each pocket contains at least one coin.000? 2 . r > q. s > t. which of the following must be true? I. What is the least possible number of coins needed for the pockets? (A) 7 (B) 13 (C) 17 (D) 22 (E) 28 Question 6 Last year a baseball player made 63 errors. and t > r. how many items must the manufacturer produce and sell to earn an annual profit of $150. If the manufacturer’s selling price per item is $15.b + b². At most 3 of the pockets are to contain the same number of coins. then 3@5= A) 2 B) 8 C) 15 D) 21 E) 35 Question 9 A certain manufacturer produces items for which the production costs consist of annual fixed costs totaling $130. This year he made 42.000 and variable costs averaging $8 per item. and no two of the remaining pockets are to contain an equal number of coins. s>q III.

0066% B) 0.136 (C) 720 (D) 112 (E) 9 Question 14 What is .04 × .248 B) 0.858 (B) 18.66% D) 6.320 Question 13 A club has 8 male and 8 female members.312 E) 0.5 is how many times the number 1 – 0.5 C) 3 D) 3.5? A) 2 B) 2.252 C) 0.579 prime numbers among the first 10 million positive integers.896 (B) 3.2% 3 . approximately what percent of the first 10 million positive integers are prime number? A) 0. How many different committees can be chosen? (A) 112.066% C) 0.(A) 2.429 (D) 35.5 E) 4 Question 11 If there are 664.000 (E) 40.03 in terms of percent? A) 12% B) 1. The committee must have 3 male and 3 female members.000 Question 10 The number 2 – 0. The club is choosing a committee of 6 members.667 (C) 21.6% E) 66% Question 12 31 = 125 A) 0.284 D) 0.

and S.000 (D) $60.12% D) 0.C) 0. This series of successive discounts is equivalent to a single discount of A) 20% B) 19% C) 18% D) 11% E) 10% Question 17 In how many arrangements can a teacher seat 3 girls and 3 boys in a row of 6 seats if the boys are to have the first. 4 feet wide.000 (E) $300. If the empty rectangular box is 4 feet long.000. what was the total profit of the partners for the year? (A) $26. If Q's share was $4. agree to divide their total profit for a certain year in the ratios 2 : 5 : 8. and 3 feet deep. and fifth seats? A) 6 B) 9 C) 12 D) 36 E) 720 Question 18 Three business partners Q.000 (C) $52.012% E) 0. What is the length of the line segment AF? (A) 10 (B) 10 2 (C) 10 3 (D) 20 (E) 10 5 Question 16 The price of a certain television set is discounted by 10 percent.000 Question 19 Coins are dropped into a toll box so that the box is being filled at the rate of approximately 2 cubic feet per hour. respectively.000 (B) $30.0012% Question 15 The figure ABCDEFGH is a cube. and the reduced price is then discounted by 10 percent. AB = 10. approximately how many hours does it take to fill the box? 4 . third. R.

and z are positive integers such that x is a factor of y. and x is a multiple of z.A) B) C) D) E) 4 8 16 24 48 Question 20 If x. y. which of the following is NOT necessarily an integer? x+z A) z y+z B) x x+ y C) z xy D) z yz E) x 5 .

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