GMAT Problem Solving Questions with Answers – Practice Test No. 1 for those who want to test their GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test skills. GMAT is a standardized test used for the evaluation of students seeking admission in BBA, MBA, and post-graduate studies in Pakistan or abroad. Management studies provide you with the skills, preparation, and credentials you need to accelerate your career growth. MBA is the most popular degree program in Pakistan. LUMS and IBA MBA programs are the most applied in Pakistan.
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In the figure above, what are the coordinates of point R ?
Dimensions of the rectangle would be height = 3 , width = 5 We know that it's a right angle triangle 90 - 45 (given) = 45 (the unknown angle) So since we know that lets now operate on the following sine rule : Sine A (angle) / a (opp side length) = Sine B (angle) / b (opp side length) Applying the above rule : Sine 45 / 5 = Sine 45 / x (where x is the height of right angle triangle) After computing we get x = 5. Now the easiest part we know that right angle triangle is on negative side of Y Axis so it's -5 and we already know X Axis which is 5. Therefore answer is 5,-5.
If x=3x=3 and y=−3y=−3, what is the value of (3+x)(3−y)(3+x)(3−y) ?
= (90 - 2*20)/(1/2) = 50 * 2 = 100 Option (C)
A gym class can be divided into 8 teams with an equal number of players on each team or into 12 teams with an equal number of players on each team. What is the lowest possible number of students in the class?
The lowest possible number of students in the class will be the lowest common multiple of 8 and 12, which is 24. Answer: B.
A television manufacturer produces 600 units of a certain model each month at a cost to the manufacturer of $90 per unit and all of the produced units are sold each month. What is the minimum selling price per unit that will ensure that the monthly profit (revenue from sales minus the manufacturer's cost to produce) on the sales of these units will be at least $42,000?
Total cost = 600+90=54000600+90=54000 total revenue per month = cost + profit = 54000+42000=96000 Selling price per unit = 96000/600=160 D is correct answer.
The value of -3-(-10) is how much greater than the value of -10-(-3) ?
The value of -3-(-10) is how much greater than the value of -10-(-3) ? (A) 0 (B) 6 (C) 7 (D) 14 (E) 26 -3 - (-10) = 7; -10 - (-3) = -7. The difference is 7 - (-7) = 14. Answer: D.
How many integers x satisfy both 2<x≤42<x≤4 and 0≤x≤30≤x≤3 ?
2 < x <= 4 : x can have two values 3 or 4 0<= x <= 3 : x can have 4 values = 0,1,2,3, common value = 3 ; Hence only one value for X; Hence E is the answer
If n/41 is 1 more than m/41, then n =
There are 4 more women than men on Centerville’s board of education. If there are 10 members on the board, how many are women?
I plugged in as well, there is only one combination of m + (m+4) that gives 10 and that is if there were 3 men and 3+4 women. Answer D.
Of the following, which is the closest approximation of 50.2*0.49/199.8
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