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## GRE Test Prep : Quantitative Comparison VI

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

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Multiple choice

1.

Amy, Beth and Charlie divided a pizza amongst themselves.
Amy took 30% of the pizza and ate (3/4) of what she took.
Beth took 20% of the pizza.
Charlie ate (2/5) of what he took.
Quantity A = The amount Amy ate
Quantity B = The amount Charlie ate
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

2.

m and n are prime numbers.
m < n and m + n = 16
Quantity A = n
Quantity B = 12
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

3.

Andrew stitches shirts thrice as fast as Bill.
Bill charges 40% more per shirt than Andrew.
Quantity A = The amount Andrew earns in 8 days
Quantity B = The amount Bill earns in 15 days
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

4.

For any positive integer n,
n! is the product of all positive integers less than or equal to n.
Quantity A = 20! / 17!
Quantity B = 80! / 78!
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

5.

Quantity A = (55 + 59)(61 - 79)
Quantity B = (55 - 59)(61 - 79)
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

6.

yz < 0
Quantity A = (yz)2
Quantity B = y2 + z2
 Quantity A is greater Quantity B is greater The two quantities are equal The relationship cannot be determined from the information given

Hint

7.

a, b, c and d are four consecutive integers.
Quantity A = The arithmetic mean of a and d
Quantity B = The arithmetic mean of b and c
 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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