This test focuses on the Quantitative Comparison questions featured in the math section of the GRE. Read each question carefully and decide whether the quantity in column A or B is greater, whether they’re equal, or whether there is not enough data to figure it out. Good luck.
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A. The quantity in Column A is greater
B. The quantity in Column B is greater
C. The two quantities are equal
D. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
I can walk to school in 2 ways- I can go straight North, or I can walk 5 miles East to the mall first, then walk 13 miles to school.Column A: The way from home to schoolColumn B: 10 miles.
Jimmy is planting trees. His row for the trees is 15 yards long, and the trees must be 3 yards apart or else they won’t grow right.Column A: The number of trees that fit in Jimmy’s row.Column B:
My circle has radius 1.Column A: The area of my circle.Column B: The circumference of my circle.
I have 3 green balls, 6 blue ones and 9 yellow ones all in 1 bag, and the probability of drawing any 1 ball is the same as any other ball.Column A: The probability of drawing a yellow ball.Column B: The probability of drawing a ball that’s not yellow
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