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GRE Test Prep : Quantitative Comparison V


Compare the two quantities and choose the best answer from four choices given.

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1.

The chance of an arrow striking the Bull's Eye is 0.07%.
An archer fires 10,000 arrows.
Quantity A = Number of arrows striking the Bull's Eye
Quantity B = 70

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

2.

Image IX
Diagram is illustrative and is not drawn to scale.
In triangle ABC, angle A = 60o and AB = AC.
Quantity A = Measure of angle 1 + Measure of angle 2
Quantity B = 120o

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

3.

Image XIV
Diagram is illustrative and is not drawn to scale.
Consider an isosceles triangle ABC right-angled at A,
with a perpendicular dropped from A on to BC at point D.
Quantity A = Length of side BD
Quantity B = Length of side DC

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

4.

The calorific value of 5 tumblers of orange juice with 4 spoons of sugar equals the calorific value of 3 tumblers of orange juice with 6 spoons of sugar.
Quantity A = calorific value of 1 tumbler of orange juice
Quantity B = calorific value of 1 spoon of sugar

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

5.

John travels at 60 mph and James travels at 80 mph.
Quantity A = Time for John to cover 20 miles
Quantity B = Time for James to cover 40 miles

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

6.

The sum of three consecutive numbers is 150.
Quantity A = largest number of the three Quantity B = 50

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      

7.

Image X
Diagram is illustrative and is not drawn to scale.
Quantity A = Measure of angle 3 - Measure of angle 2
Quantity B = Measure of angle 5 - Measure of angle 6

  Quantity A is greater

  Quantity B is greater

  The two quantities are equal

  The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

 
Hint      


 
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