# GRE Quantitative Reasoning Test! Trivia Questions Quiz

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• 1.
P is a prime number.           Quantity A                                                                  Quantity B  A prime number whose square                                  Prime number whose Cube is is a 2-digit number with the sum of                               a 3-digit number with the sum of its its digits as a prime number                                   digits divisible by 10
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 2.
Car A leaves at a speed of M miles per hour (mph) from New York City for Chicago at 13:00 hours. Another car B also leaves from New York City for Chicago at a speed of N mph at 15:00 hours. Both the cars take the same route and 1.4 M > N.              Quantity A                                                     Quantity B  At 21:00 hours, distance covered              At 21:00 hours, distance covered             by car A                                                     by car B
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 3.
25 liter of a solution has 55% sodium and rest water. 30 liter of another solution has 45% sodium and rest water. Both these solutions are mixed up.          Quantity A                                                   Quantity B  % Sodium in the mixture                            % Water in the mixture
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 4.
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 5.
In the figure, two identical squares are inscribed in the rectangle.  The perimeter of one square is 6.          Quantity A                                                         Quantity B  The perimeter of the rectangle                            Perimeter of both the squares
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 6.
X.Y = Z, where Z = 0.          Quantity A                                                         Quantity B                 X                                                                        Y
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 7.
Susan and Lucy have invested in a venture. Susan invested an amount in the initial months and then reduced that amount by 1/4th after 4 months and then again reduced the amount by 1/2 of the currently being invested after 8 months. Lucy joined after 2 months from Susan’s initial month and invested 90 % of Susan’s last month's contribution every month.            Quantity A                                                         Quantity B  Susan’s share in profit after                          Lucy’s share in profit after one one year                                                        year
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 8.
The slope of line m is 1.             Quantity A                                            Quantity B                    x1                                                         y2
• A.

Quantity A is greater.

• B.

Quantity B is greater.

• C.

The two quantities are equal.

• D.

The relationship can not be determined from the information given.

• 9.
An auditorium has 3 entrances. 3 men have to get into the auditorium. What is the probability that all 3 men will enter from different entrances?
• A.

1/2

• B.

1/9

• C.

1/3

• D.

2/3

• E.

2/9

• 10.
Incomes of A and B are in the ratio x: y and their expenditure are in the ratio of w: z. If both save an equal amount of \$M each, what will be the income of A?
• A.

M (xz – wy)/(z – w))

• B.

M xy/(w + z)

• C.

M xy/(xz – wy)

• D.

M (x + y)/(xz – wy)

• E.

M x (z – w)/(xz – wy)

• 11.
Tap A alone takes 30 minutes to fill up a tank, while tap B alone takes 45 minutes to fill up the same tank. Tap C which is at the bottom of the tank can alone empty it in 36 minutes. Another tap D is fixed at 1/2 level of the tank. What will be the possible time t taken by tap D to empty the tank alone, if the tank is half full and it remains half full always when all four taps are open? Indicate all such values
• A.

T = 37 minutes

• B.

T = 18 minutes

• C.

T = 45 minutes

• D.

T = 26 minutes

• E.

T = 30 minutes

• 12.
In the xy-coordinate system above, the lined portion is bounded by straight lines. Which of the following is not the equation of one of the bounded lines?
• A.

Y = 0

• B.

X = 0

• C.

X = 2

• D.

X = 1

• E.

X + y = 3

• 13.
If 3% of (m + n) is 15, where m & n are positive integers and m is a double digit number. What is the least possible value of n? (Numeric entry)
• 14.
If   X = M + 2N + 3O + 4P + 5Q + 6R, where M, N …. R are natural numbers. If no four of the 6 numbers are same, find the minimum value of X?
• A.

27

• B.

28

• C.

29

• D.

30

• E.

31

• 15.
If X/Y is +ve, then which of the followings must be true?Indicate all such expressions.
• A.

XY > 0

• B.

X – Y > 0

• C.

X < 0, Y < 0

• 16.
If 0 < X < 1, which is the greatest?
• A.

1/ SQRT(X)

• B.

1/X^2

• C.

1/X

• D.

SQRT(X)/X^2

• E.

X^2 / SQRT(X)

• 17.
Had the rate of deceleration of the 10th hour continued, the speed would have become zero at ......
• A.

11 Hrs

• B.

11 Hrs 20 Minutes

• C.

11 Hrs 30 Minutes

• D.

13 Hrs

• E.

10 Hrs 40 Minutes

• 18.
During which two hour slot, the distance travelled was maximum?
• A.

6 – 8 hrs

• B.

5 – 7 hrs

• C.

3 – 5 hrs

• D.

4 – 6 hrs

• E.

7 – 9 hrs

• 19.
Function f is defined as, 2f(x) = f(x+1) – f(x-1). If f(0) = 1 and f(1) = 2, find the value of f(5)?(Numeric entry)
• 20.
If the difference between the mean and median of the numbers of a set is 1, then that number set may be?
• A.

(0, 0, 4, 5, 6, 7)

• B.

(3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4)

• C.

(2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

• D.

(0, 3, 3, 4, 8, 9)

• E.

(1, 1, 3, 4, 6, 8)