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, • SEcnON3 Time-30 minu~Cs 30 Questions NumbeR: All numbeR Usedare real numbeR. Filum: Position of points, anlles, resions,.etc. can be assumed to be in the order shown; and llnale measures can be assumed to be positive. Linea shown as straiaht can be assumed to be straiaht. Fi,ures can be assumed to lie in a plane unlessotherwise indicated. Fiaures that accompany questions are intended to provide information useful in answering the ques- tions. However, unlessa note states t~t a fi.ure isdrawn to scale, you should solve these problems NOT by ealimatin, sizesby siaht or by measurement, but by using your knowledge of mathematics (see Example 2 below). J • Directions: Each of the uestionsI-IS consists of two quantities, one'in Column A and one in Column B.,yo~ are to compare t~etwo quant1t1~sand c oose -, . ' A if the quantity ill Column A isareater;. B if the quantity in Column B isgreater; . C if the two quantities are equal; D if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Note: Since there are only four choices, NEVER MARK (E). Common Information: In a question, information ecnceming one or both of the quantities to be compared is centered above the two columna, A symbol thatappean in both columns represents the same thing in ColumrrAas it does in Column'B, , ' Col\hnn A Column B Sample Answers Example 1: 2X6 2+6 .w: Examples 2-4refer to A PQR. R Example 2: PN NQ (since equal measures cannot be assumed, even though PN and NQ appear equal) Example 3: ., cD e < l)<D <D (since N is between P andQ) Example 4: w+z 180 <D<D e < l) cD (since PQ is a straight line~ GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. 41 A if ~ quantity in Column A is sreatori e if tbequantity in Column B is areater. • C ifthe'two quantities ~ equal; . P '.iftIJa:elationship cannot be determined fromtbe info~tion liven. ColumnA ColumnB .Column A Colwnn B" 1. 1-31- -.m x-2y+3 7. - m 3 y ••• -2 rr is an even intepl' and a multiple of 3. 2. - I 8. The remainder when n 6 I is divided by 12 d= 5.03894 and [lJ is the decimal expreaWn for d rounded to the nearest thousandth. / . 3. The number of decimal places where d and [lJ .qiffer x+2y>8 .4. 2x +41 20 Equilateral trianglc PQR is formed by joining centersP, Q,and R of the circles. Each pair of circles hasexact1y one.point in common. 9. The perimeter of the circumfcrence of triangle PQR the ciIcle with center Q 10. The volume of a cylin- The volume of a cylin- drical tank ~hu a drical tank that has a radius of 2 me and a radius of I meter and a beipt of 10me beipt of 20 meten M L.---.--IQ . 'Square Nj{PQ has area 36. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . 5. The perimeter of 30 i pentagon M N O PQ p ~ndq are 'ffereat prime numbers." r is~eleast pnme number ter than p, and 'lSpleteut prime number ter than q. ' . 6. , •. p , ••..q \ 41 » : '.' ..:: GRE CENTER ::.. redefining usability:: .. Bangladesh's only organization ofHD tutoring and HD books. Collect our Solution guide books for "GRE Big Book", Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission test. Call 01768-377 -640-4. ~: www.grecenter.org ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M (start from here: www.grecenter.org/fb) ~ ti>l5dilrnW'IS~mrtilRt~p,~w.>lJm I ~ ~<Itt~.llm ~ ~~~~ ORECenter I hr c __ _• •.•• ~.~-.,--~-- ~ '-- - Directions:Each of the Questions 16-30 has five ~oices. For each of these questions, select the best of the answerChoices liven. . ....., 16. (19 - 18 - 17 - 16) - (20 - 1~ - 18 - 17) - ISO .(B )--636 (C ) -4 140 .- • (0 ) 1 Weight 13 • • 1 (E) 2 (pounds) 12 •• - . • 1 -. •• ~c • I . I- 17. If 3.x - 2=- 7, th4x = 110 100 • •• (A) 3 I "15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 (B ) '5 Age (years) (C) 2~ -1. (0 ) 9 19.. The dots on the grIlph above indicate age and weight for a sainpleof 25 students. What percent of (E) 12 these s.tudents are less than 19years old and weigh more than 110 pounds? . 18.or the (ollowing, which is cto5fo? (A)3~% (8) 4Oo/~ (B) S (C) 44% (C) 4 (0) .48% (0) 3 (E) 52% (E) 2 20. The greatest number of diagonals that can be drawn from one.vertex of a regular 6-sided polygon is (A) 2 (8) 3 (C) 4 (0) 5 (E) 6 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. / / / / 44 ..:: GRE CENTER ::.. redefining usability:: .. Bangladesh's only organization ofHD tutoring and HD books. Collect our Solution guide books for "GRE Big Book", Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission www.grecente<!1~~3~7 -~40~4t>r(start from here: www.grecenter.org/•..111: IS ~m~ffiRI ~[~~~~ <!1m ~ ~~<ffi[~ GRECentIr '" ~ ~ ~ >< m >< .~ Fo i ~ >< ; s ~ ; i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ I ~ ~ ~ m ..• e o· . I :;. t' i ~~ ~. a m :8 :,.".' , ,', ,. .J! -e i~i~~§ .~_ .~.~ $toR'2' ~ a i~ ~ ' .§ )0spunnoqj. ~. ~JO iUogp.w S I t N .1 M er""'tt •• •. _ = ~_._~ ..... I 24. The ~ decrease in average daDy circuJaIlOD 21. In how many of the years shown was the average rrom~96,Oto 1970 ~ approximately number of pages per newspaper at least twice as much as the average in 194O? (A)10~ (A) Four (8) 12'1. (8) Three (C) 20-/0 (C) Two (0) 26% (0) One (E)' 32% (E) None 25. Which of the foJlowinlltat.ements can be inC~ from the data? ' , 22. In 1950, if the printing cost per newspaper was SO.05,what would have been the totalcost ,of print- I. The greatest incteUc in total vearly advertilina ing the average daily circulation? revenue over any IO-year period shown was, $27 million. (A) $32,500 II. In each of the IO-year periodllhown in which (8) $26,000 yearly advertising revenue dec:reated. avera. (C) $23,500 'daily circulation also decreased. . , ill. From 1970to 1980theaveragenumberofpqes (0) $22,000 , per newspaper increased by 10. (E) $2,600 23. In 1980the number of dollars of advertising revenue (A) I only was how many times as great as the average daily (8) IIoaty circulation? . \C)m only .~ (Or:lan~1i (A) 500 (E) II and'lII (8) 200 (C) 100 (0) 50 (E) 20 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. 46 '"I li _I 26. true? II< I. then which of the foHowing can be 29. Which of the followirig is equal to ~ of~Ql percent? (A) I < -1 and t > 0 (A) 0.000025 (8) I < - I and I< - I (8) 0.00025 (C) I > - I and, < - I (C) 0.0025 (0 )I > I and i < -I (0) 0.025 (E)I>landt>l (E) 0.25 /, y P~-+-,""Q w x 27. On segment Wz above, if ivY "" 21, XZ •• 26, and YZ is twice WX, what is the value of XY? (A) 5 (8) 10 (C) 11 (0) 16 (E) It cannot be determined froin the infonnation 30. sides of length x . If 6PQR is formed byjoiningas' given. the centers threof the squares, what is the perimeter of 6PQR in terms of x? 28. To reproduce an old phot0Il'lPh., aph,oto ••.•pher (A) ~ j2 charges x dollars to make a negative. -Sdollars for each of the f10prints,and x dollars for S (8) x .# .+ ~ / each print in excess10fprints.lfS4is the tOtal charge to make anegative and 20 prints froui an old (C) 2x '+f t photograph. what is the value of x? (A) 3 (8) 3.5 (D)xft + 2 (C) 4 (0) 4.5 (E) 2x + xft . (E) 5 \ • SECTION? Time-30minY-tei 30Q~tions Numbers: All numbers used are real numbers. Fiaures: can be assumed to b. pOsitive.e-ionitbeQrdIhoYaDd••. .•••.•• _ Lines shownasscan t!eassumed to be strailht. Filures can beto lie in a plane uiadicated.rwise . FigUresthat accomPany questions are intended to p~videques-rm.tion usefUlinalllWeriqthe /lions. However. ';niess a note states that a fipre is drawn tOlCP,YOU should IOhe theM problema .NOT by estimatil\lSizes by sight or by measurement, but b(leiinlyour Itnowledaeof mathematics Eximple 2 below). Directions: 'E.achof I-S consists of two quantitAaDdoatCo1D1B.Youa are to compare the twoquantieies and choose' . A ifthequanin Column A is areater; B if the quantity in Column B isareater; D if the relationship cannot be determann; frOIDthe informalioD Note: Since there'are only foul' choices, NEVER MARK (E). InformatiIn a question. information conccrlllni one or botbof taboveaDtitiesto be COIDparediu •••••• the two columns. A,symbolthat appears in bottbi.., iDCol1mUI A aa itsa. does in CB.umn Column A ColumB Sample Aaswen ExamplI: 2X6 2+6 Examples 2-4 rPQR. to II R P <D<I><D.CD Example 2: PN NQ .be assuaaed.MDtPNuabaDIIot . aDd NQ appear equal) . ..~~,--------------------~------------------~------------- Exampl1: 1 CD.<DCDCD (siace N is betweeDP aDdQ) Exampl4: .. w+z 180 <D(J).CI><I> (siace PQ isa s~iaht Iiat) 60 II Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission test. 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Collect our Solution guide books for "GRE Big Book", Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission t~:t. www.grecenter\!I~0-4~ ~ ~ fir(start from here: www.grecenter.orff;15(:GIS~m li!!i~~m,<!I ~ ~<!tt~ \!1 m ~~~<ml~ ORE CenIer ~"'---l "0. Pi I~ Ai III >-i·a, ,if(.. -J I~ 2. ::1:. '811I: ~ ~ •..•... ~ ~ .!!IJ~ 't!;1 ~ .t 5) '"l s u ..• 'a s \1 ! t -01 + g' ;!;! 1~ .8>. ~ ~.'a~ I .:~ , '.1 u J.; ~ ~."'liO_ ;""" §:~ 8 a, I •.u. .•t~·';'J' ~.§ ~1 ~ '~r · s l;"···1 --\ , ) ; - •!~-::r.i ~ . <'c C'Jt ., !., 1Ii IIU 1: '8 -iuo uu.g~ Q 'ti ::I ••.• 'o...'_lei ·8a 1:r'.'..i a ec C 'C '! ' ·t~·t ( : ) ;!=;~8t ) . ••• <eQual' ~•• ,~"O.tt4. _ ,~o 0;.•;"001 ••.•\~I.!S. i i I. g ~ it ~·t - 16. In.acer1ain shop; noteboob that no~~~ 19. ~tbe aYerage(arltlllDetic mean) ofS conset<utNe:;!:; ..·.:.. m"':lu:_~_v.ed~pur on sal••'IIDlH)·ofthele n0te-~<i ,;),ialegers is 12,what is the sum of th6'_hiftUp!t~ books at the sa1e,~)~(;; , .. ,estofthe'S:mtepfS?"_' ..i .." .'" ..•,.,." " ,., " (A) 24 (A) SO.85 (8) 14 (8) ~S., (C) 12 ..(C) SLio' . :.(D) II. (OrSUs (E) 10' - (E) •$~~,:,; 17. Which ofthefolkJWidl'Wa soiutionto x + x2 _I ? ."ii.;"'.""':>",:'C,,i. (A) (8) 01 (C) I ! What isth'i:~~P~~~~'Mle.,~how~.~l?q~? 2 J (b) (A) 14 1 (8)24 t~,' (E) (C) 28 (D) 38 (E) 48 Go ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. B :8. In the tisura~ .48 is aline IepleDt.What is the value of ~?- I I ' , x + y 5 (A) 24 1 (8) 4 (C) 167 (O ).n 24 63. ',' Questions 21•.25ref'erto thefollowingcha~. PROFILE OF CONGRESS IN YEAR X , (total membenhis»: 535) House 'of Senate RepraentatiVes .Rep~ntatives Profession 292..... ',' •... ':•.• Democratic .•.•........•.... 62 21S,.......••...•.•. ,Uwyer ,.....•.....•••. /63 143........•.•• '.. 'Republican : , '38 81 ... ,... BusinesaExecutiveor Banker •.•.. ,.. IS m : ~ Total ;...........•. TIR> 4S .•. ;;:" , •, •••. :Educator .... ,... ,.,•.... , 6 -, '14 ••..•••• ;: ..Farmer or Rancher ..• ' •. , .. , , 6 Sex 22 Career Government Official. , 0 24 •• Journalist or CommunicationS Executive ... .- 418 ..... '... ,.;., ••..• Male ........•........ 100 2 .........•.. , •...Physician•..• , , 0 1? •............... Fetnale .. ,....•.•. ,... : .. 0 . 1 •.•. ".•..•.•.•. Veterinarian, ". I " o." ;. ~Cieolo~st .........•.•. "•. 2 Aae 6 :'.•... Worker orSltilledTradesperson .••••.• 0 251.••••.•.•••• , •••• Other ..'... , .... ,,,... ,,3 27 i• • • • • • • • 'o'Youn,at •...• ,... ., ..... 34 77 ,'..•. ; ...•..•·OIdest...• ,..........•• 80 41 ~i• • •Awra.(~~ meaa) : •••• : ., S4 'EthnicGroup Reliaioai " 17 ......•...... 81ackAmeriCan.. ',' .,.,.. '.... I 2 , •..••. , , ,.,Asian American, , '" .,•~...... 3~ 255•.•••.••.•• ;\ .• ~Proteltaat •.... '....... ... 69 4 , ;HispanicAmerican 0 107....•..•.•...•.• Cathofic ••••.........•.. 12 18.....•..•... , ...•• Jewish..-•.• a , •• • • •• •• •S• 4•...• .c ••••••' •••Mormon. •. .... ...... ... 3 '51•.••.•••••••••••• Other................. II "" . GOON TOTHE NEXT PAGE. ,64 / t.III dw Senate.it2$male mem••• were fepJaced by 24. If all lawyers and aUwomen in the House of'Repte. 2S•••••••• memben, the ratof male members to sentatives vote for the passage of a bill, how many •••••• members would be more votes willbeneeded for ~ majority? (A) ••t,1 (A) !43S (I) 3tol (8) 220 ,,(C) 3 to 2 (C) 3 (O)2tol (0) 0 (E) ltol (E) It cannot be determined from the information pven. i 22. Approximallly what percent oltbemembers of c:oaar- l ilawyers? lS. Which of the following can be infeqeci from the infortnation given in the chart? (A) 63% I. More than 80 percent of the men in Congress (1),51% are members of the House of Representatives. (C) .% II. ThCpercent of members who are categorized as (0)52% fannen or ranchers isgreater for the HQuse of (B)e% Representatives than for the Senate. III. The median age in the Senate is S7. ,23. D'S -... ••• CaIboIIc Democrats. bow1IWlY, ___ ••••••••••Catbolic DOlDemocratic? (A) I only (8) II only ... (A) " (C) tII only , I (I) 74 (D) I and II (C)69 .(E) I and III (1) 31 (B) 21 00 ON TO THE NEXT PAGE• • _". Ifxy '" 0,--;y - ,29. If x > 0 and y > 0, wbic:h ortilt. followi •••• equivalent to:! ~? (A) - -- I y..j"i2 x xy x , I· (A) I (8) -y-- xy I (8) /i. (C) .y.;- x .Ji (D) - -- I (C) ..fi y xy I I (~) xy -; . (0) .r, .;; 27. The number 0.01 is how many. times •• great 1'5the (E) _1- .number (O.OOOI)a? .Ji 2 (A) 10 30. The cost, ill dollars, of manuflCtUrix •••• (8). IQ4 torsis 9,000 + 4OOx. The lJDOuotftlCei ••••••• (e) 10' selling thesex refripratoflis 500x doUan. Wbal iI the least Dumber ofrefripraton tbatlDUlt beIIIIDU- (D) 10' factured and sold so that thIIIIOUIlreceiwcl ilit (E) 1010 least equal to the manuflCtUriDI-' (A) 10 28. A certain cake recipe states that the cake should be (8) 18 baked in a pan 8 inches in diameter. If Jules wants (C) 45 to use the recipe to make a cake of the same depth (0) 90 but 12inches in diameter, by what factor should he (E) 100 multiply the recipe ingredien.ts? (A) 2! (8) 2~ (C) 12 • (D) I~ (E) Il 66 FOR GENERAL TEST 1ONLY "AnaMr Key•••• __ ••••••• of 1!••••••••••••••••••au.aon Correctly VIIIUI. AIIUtY ~-.m . 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' 38 D 21 38 E 19 67 -F-----~..............;-~---~--~--~-------------~.~~.--. , • SEcnON3 Time-30 minu~Cs 30 Questions NumbeR: All numbeR Usedare real numbeR. Filum: Position of points, anlles, resions,.etc. can be assumed to be in the order shown; and llnale measures can be assumed to be positive. Linea shown as straiaht can be assumed to be straiaht. Fi,ures can be assumed to lie in a plane unlessotherwise indicated. Fiaures that accompany questions are intended to provide information useful in answering the ques- tions. However, unlessa note states t~t a fi.ure isdrawn to scale, you should solve these problems NOT by ealimatin, sizesby siaht or by measurement, but by using your knowledge of mathematics (see Example 2 below). J • Directions: Each of the uestionsI-IS consists of two quantities, one'in Column A and one in Column B.,yo~ are to compare t~etwo quant1t1~sand c oose -, . ' A if the quantity ill Column A isareater;. B if the quantity in Column B isgreater; . C if the two quantities are equal; D if the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Note: Since there are only four choices, NEVER MARK (E). Common Information: In a question, information ecnceming one or both of the quantities to be compared is centered above the two columna, A symbol thatappean in both columns represents the same thing in ColumrrAas it does in Column'B, , ' Col\hnn A Column B Sample Answers Example 1: 2X6 2+6 .w: Examples 2-4refer to A PQR. R Example 2: PN NQ (since equal measures cannot be assumed, even though PN and NQ appear equal) Example 3: ., cD e < l)<D <D (since N is between P andQ) Example 4: w+z 180 <D<D e < l) cD (since PQ is a straight line~ GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. 41 A if ~ quantity in Column A is sreatori e if tbequantity in Column B is areater. • C ifthe'two quantities ~ equal; . P '.iftIJa:elationship cannot be determined fromtbe info~tion liven. ColumnA ColumnB .Column A Colwnn B" 1. 1-31- -.m x-2y+3 7. - m 3 y ••• -2 rr is an even intepl' and a multiple of 3. 2. - I 8. The remainder when n 6 I is divided by 12 d= 5.03894 and [lJ is the decimal expreaWn for d rounded to the nearest thousandth. / . 3. The number of decimal places where d and [lJ .qiffer x+2y>8 .4. 2x +41 20 Equilateral trianglc PQR is formed by joining centersP, Q,and R of the circles. Each pair of circles hasexact1y one.point in common. 9. The perimeter of the circumfcrence of triangle PQR the ciIcle with center Q 10. The volume of a cylin- The volume of a cylin- drical tank ~hu a drical tank that has a radius of 2 me and a radius of I meter and a beipt of 10me beipt of 20 meten M L.---.--IQ . 'Square Nj{PQ has area 36. GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE . 5. The perimeter of 30 i pentagon M N O PQ p ~ndq are 'ffereat prime numbers." r is~eleast pnme number ter than p, and 'lSpleteut prime number ter than q. ' . 6. , •. p , ••..q \ 41 » : '.' ..:: GRE CENTER ::.. redefining usability:: .. Bangladesh's only organization ofHD tutoring and HD books. Collect our Solution guide books for "GRE Big Book", Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission test. Call 01768-377 -640-4. ~: www.grecenter.org ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ M (start from here: www.grecenter.org/fb) ~ ti>l5dilrnW'IS~mrtilRt~p,~w.>lJm I ~ ~<Itt~.llm ~ ~~~~ ORECenter I hr c __ _• •.•• ~.~-.,--~-- ~ '-- - Directions:Each of the Questions 16-30 has five ~oices. For each of these questions, select the best of the answerChoices liven. . ....., 16. (19 - 18 - 17 - 16) - (20 - 1~ - 18 - 17) - ISO .(B )--636 (C ) -4 140 .- • (0 ) 1 Weight 13 • • 1 (E) 2 (pounds) 12 •• - . • 1 -. •• ~c • I . I- 17. If 3.x - 2=- 7, th4x = 110 100 • •• (A) 3 I "15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 (B ) '5 Age (years) (C) 2~ -1. (0 ) 9 19.. The dots on the grIlph above indicate age and weight for a sainpleof 25 students. What percent of (E) 12 these s.tudents are less than 19years old and weigh more than 110 pounds? . 18.or the (ollowing, which is cto5fo? (A)3~% (8) 4Oo/~ (B) S (C) 44% (C) 4 (0) .48% (0) 3 (E) 52% (E) 2 20. The greatest number of diagonals that can be drawn from one.vertex of a regular 6-sided polygon is (A) 2 (8) 3 (C) 4 (0) 5 (E) 6 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE. / / / / 44 ..:: GRE CENTER ::.. redefining usability:: .. Bangladesh's only organization ofHD tutoring and HD books. Collect our Solution guide books for "GRE Big Book", Admission guide to IBA (BBA),IBA(MBA)and Private University admission www.grecente<!1~~3~7 -~40~4t>r(start from here: www.grecenter.org/•..111: IS ~m~ffiRI ~[~~~~ <!1m ~ ~~<ffi[~ GRECentIr '" ~ ~ ~ >< m >< .~ Fo i ~ >< ; s ~ ; i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ I ~ ~ ~ m ..• e o· . I :;. t' i ~~ ~. a m :8 :,.".' , ,', ,. .J! -e i~i~~§ .~_ .~.~ $toR'2' ~ a i~ ~ ' .§ )0spunnoqj. ~. ~JO iUogp.w S I t N .1 M er""'tt •• •. _ = ~_._~ ..... I 24. The ~ decrease in average daDy circuJaIlOD 21. 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