GMAT – Section 2: Test 3
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Question 1 of 13
1. Question
Which of the following statements supports the ability to determine the value of goods exported annually from the United States, from 1990 to 1995?
(1) In 1995 the value of goods exported from the United States constituted 14.8% of the total value of goods sold by U.S. companies worldwide.
(2) In 1990 the value of goods exported from the United States constituted 12.4% of the total value of goods sold by U.S. companies worldwide.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 2 of 13
2. Question
Before absentee ballots were counted in an election with only two candidates, candidate Jones received a votes and candidate Smith received b votes. If 900,000 nonabsentee votes were cast, what was the percent change in the number of votes after the counting of absentee ballots? Select the statement(s) that support the ability to determine the answer.
(1) Candidate Jones received 43% of the votes cast before absentee ballots were counted, and received 43% after absentee ballots were counted.
(2) Candidate Smith received 57% of the votes cast both before and after absentee ballots were counted, and received 387,000 votes after absentee ballots were counted.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 3 of 13
3. Question
Steve is traveling directly from one flag to the next in a golf cart at a club at 25 kilometers per hour. Which of the following statements supports the ability to determine the number of flags he will pass in an hour?
(1) Each of the 18 holes is separated by approximately 4000 square meters and all holes are arranged in a straight line from one to the next.
(2) There are 18 flags on the course, one at each of the golf course’s 18 holes, which Steve travels to sequentially starting at the first flag.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 4 of 13
4. Question
If the largest possible cube with volume x is enclosed in a cylinder, which of the following statements supports the ability to determine the volume of the cylinder?
(1) The area of the base of the cylinder is 8π.
(2) x is 64.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 5 of 13
5. Question
John and Peter decide to race along two concentric circular paths. John runs along the outer circle while Peter runs along the inner circle. Which of the following statements supports the ability to determine how fast John should run so that they both complete a lap in the same amount of time?
(1) The difference in radius between the two circles is 2 miles.
(2) Peter runs at a speed of 6 miles per hour.
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 6 of 13
6. Question
If the three identical circles shown are centered at K, L, and M, respectively, and all are tangent to one another, what is the area of the triangle shown in the figure?
(1) Triangle KLM is an equilateral triangle.
(2) The radius of circle K is 3.
CorrectIncorrect 
Question 7 of 13
7. Question
Which of the following statements supports the ability to determine the probability of having exactly two days on which it rains next month?
(1) The probability of rain on any one day next month is onetenth.
(2) The probability of no rain on exactly 28 days next month is .228.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 8 of 13
8. Question
If p and q are digits such that p + q = 10, and x is a twodigit positive integer with q as its rightmost digit and p as its leftmost digit, which of the following statement(s) will support the calculation of x?
1) x > 90
2) p > qCorrectIncorrect 
Question 9 of 13
9. Question
If  x – 6  = 5, which of the following statement(s) support the ability to solve x?
(1) x > 0
(2) x^{2} = 121CorrectIncorrect 
Question 10 of 13
10. Question
Which of the following statement(s) support the ability to determine if integer y is divisible by 27?
(1) y is divisible by 54.
(2)y+54/27 is an integer.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 11 of 13
11. Question
Which of the following statement(s) supports the ability to determine if the value of x is less than 0?
(1) The product of x and y is negative.
(2) The difference between x and its reciprocal is positive.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 12 of 13
12. Question
Which of the following statement(s) supports the ability to determine the value of nonnegative integer m?
(1) The product of m and a positive integer is less than one.
(2) The product of m and any odd number is even.CorrectIncorrect 
Question 13 of 13
13. Question
Which of the following statement(s) will support the ability to determine how many factors y has?
(1) y is the cube of an integer.
(2) y is the product of two distinct positive digits.CorrectIncorrect