The GMAT math section is a special kind of test that is specifically designed to test your analytical as well as content knowledge of math as a whole. Subjects include arithmetic, trigonometry, geometry as well as algebra. Basically, the test is divided into two parts or sections. One part includes the Data Sufficiency type of questions while the other part consists of the problem solving kind of questions.
They are all in the multiple choice format. The time allocated is usually seventy five minutes. In this time, you have to attempt 37 questions. In this section, both statements together ae sufficient but neither statement alone is sufficient.