GMAT – Section 2: Test 2
Quantitative (Questions 39-50)
Algebra 1 – Pre-test Assessment
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A tennis ball was 2 feet off the ground when a tennis player hit it so that the ball traveled up in the air before coming back to the ground. The height of the tennis ball is described by the graph shown. Numbers along the x-axis represent the time, in seconds, after the ball was hit, and the numbers along the y-axis represent the height, in feet, of the ball at time x.
Use the graph to estimate the average rate of change of the height of the ball for the first 0.25 second after being hit.CorrectIncorrect
The formula for finding the perimeter, P, of a rectangle with length l and width w is given.
Which formula shows how the length of a rectangle can be determined from the perimeter and the width?CorrectIncorrect
Consider the three points (-4, -3), (20, 15), and ( 48, 36).
Which points are on the same line that passes through (-4, -3), (20, 15), and ( 48, 36)?
Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect