Below is a set of sample problem solving questions
similar to those found in the quantitative section
of the GMAT. Due to the relatively small number of
questions published here, we strongly recommend that
you use these only to augment your GMAT study preparations.
1)If you roll a fair-sided die twice,
what is the probability of getting a double?
2) The end of a blade on an airplane propeller
is 10 feet from the center. If the propeller spins
at the rate of 1,320 revolutions per second, how
many miles will the tip of the blade travel in one
minute? (1 mile = 5,280 feet)
to Netscape browser users: The answer
choices are 200 "pi" through 1,200 "pi".
(The "pi" symbol does
not show up in certain Netscape browsers.)
3) The two graphs above depict the number of units
sold by ABC Company's four salespeople. How many
degrees is the angle for the sector of the pie chart
4) If a* = (2a + 6)/4, and a = 3b + 1, then a*
- 0.5b + 1.5
- 1.5b + 2
- 1.5b - 2
- 6b + 7
- b - 1/3
5) Two years ago, Tim was three times as old as
Susie. Today he is twice as old as Susie. How old
is Tim today?
- Can not be determined based on the information
6) Which of the following numbers is evenly divisible
by 2, 3, 4, and 5, but not by 9?
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