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 Test Name Quantitative Reasoning Data Sufficiency Test Subject Aptitude Advance Test Type Mcqs Total Question 20 Total Marks 40 Total Time 20 Test Help For GMAT GRE Aptitude Test Analytical Reasoning Verbal Reasoning Test

GMAT Math Data Sufficiency questions consist of a question followed by two statements. Your task is to decide whether the information in the statements is sufficient to answer the question.The Quantitative Reasoning measure of the GMAT General Math Test assesses your basic mathematical skills, understanding of elementary mathematical concepts and ability to reason quantitatively as well. In statistics, a statistic is sufficient with respect to a statistical model and its associated unknown parameter if “no other statistic that can be calculated from the same sample provides any additional information as to the value of the parameter.

In particular, a statistic is sufficient for a family of probability distributions if the sample from which it is calculated gives no additional information than does the statistic, as to which of those probability distributions is that of the population from which the sample was taken.In order to take complete perfection on analytical as well as aptitude capability Just take the Free online Quantitative Reasoning Data Sufficiency Online Mock Test 3 mcqs being dispatched over here.

Aptitude

1. How much does Mona weigh?

I.  Mona and Vicky together weigh 120 kg.

II.  Vicky weighs twice as much as Mona.

Each of these problems has a question followed by two statements labeled as A and B. Use the data given in A and B together with other information to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 1 of 15

2. Find the sum of a Geometric series 1,3,9,27,81........for N terms.

I.  Nth term is 729.

II. Next term after the Nth term is thrice of it.

Each of these items has a question followed by two statements.

Question 2 of 15

3. What percentage of families in a city has monthly income of ζ 25,000 p.m.

I.  28% of all families in the city have a monthly income of over ζ 25,000 p.m.

II.  40% of all the families in the city with the monthly income of ζ 25,000 own a house.

Each of these problems has a question followed by two statements labeled as A and B. Use the data given in A and B together with other information to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 3 of 15

4. Find 25C10.

I.  24C14=a

II. 24C9 =b

Each of these items has a question followed by two statements.

Question 4 of 15

5. How far is it from town P to Q? Town R is 30 kms from town P.

I.  It is 20 kms from Q and R.

II. There is a railway line between town P and town Q.

Each of these problems has a question followed by two statements labeled as A and B. Use the data given in A and B together with other information to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 5 of 15

6. How many families in Jammu city own exactly two cars?

I.  150 families in Jammu city own at least one car.

II. 45 families in Jammu city own at least three cars.

Each of these problems has a question followed by two statements labeled as A and B. Use the data given in A and B together with other information to decide whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question.

Question 6 of 15

7. A list contains 11 consecutive integers. What is the greatest integer on the list?

I.  If x is the smallest integer on the list, then (x+72)1/3 =4.

II.  If x is the smallest integer on the list, then 1/64 = x².

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 7 of 15

8. If - 3/4x +3y -1/2= 3/2 y - 1/4 x,what is the value of x?

I.  y² =4

II. y= 2

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 8 of 15

9. There were 54 members of a cooperative society. How many members attended the recent Annual General Meeting (AGM)?

I.  Normally two-third members attend the meeting.

II. One-sixth of the members were out of the town on AGM's day.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 9 of 15

10. When will the prices of the air coolers be the lowest?

I.  From July till January end companies offer 15 percent off-season discount.

II.  During November, the prices will be 20 percent less than off-season prices and 30 percent less than February to June prices.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 10 of 15

11. Does television viewing affect the performance of students?

I.  The number of failures in Class XII is more this year.

II.   Television watching is harmful to the eyes.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 11 of 15

12. If a rectangle has length a and width b, what is its area?

I.  2a=15/b

II. a=2b - 2

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 12 of 15

13. Why haven't Indian scientists made much headway in any field after Independence?

I.  Indian scientists are not provided with up to date laboratory facilities.

II. Indian scientists regard that knowledge of western science advances is enough for a nation to advance.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 13 of 15

14. Is cigarette smoking injurious to health?

I.  Non-smoking have a longer life-span.

II.  The incidence of heart attacks in more in smokers.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 14 of 15

15. Can a democratic system operate without effective opposition?

I.  The opposition is indispensable.

II.  A good statesman always learns more from his opponents than from his fervent supporters.

Each of these questions has a problem and two statements numbered I and II giving certain information. Decide if the information given in the statements is sufficient for answering the problem.

Question 15 of 15

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