GRE – Section 2: Test 2
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Which of the following has the largest numerical value?
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If 17xy + 7 = 19xy, then 4xy =
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One thousand soontobe college graduates attended a career fair. Of these, 240 attend small liberal arts schools and the rest attend large universities. Onefifth of those attending small liberal arts schools and onefourth of those attending university schools are interested in a sciencerelated career. If an attendee is chosen at random, what is the probability that he or she is interested in a sciencerelated career?
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Which of the following pairs (x, y) satisfies the inequality â€“x â€“ y > y â€“ x?
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The average of two numbers is xy. If one number is equal to x, the other number is equal to __________.
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What is the slope of the line pictured below?
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Use the following to answer questions 17 through 20.
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How many thousands of regular depositors did the bank have in 1980?
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In 1979, what was the ratio of the number of Holiday Club depositors to the number of regular depositors?
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Use the following to answer questions 17 through 20.
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Which of the following can be inferred from the graphs?
 Interest rates were static in the 1980â€“1983 period.
 The greatest increase in the number of Holiday Club depositors over a previous year occurred in 1984.
 Alameda Savings Bank invested most of its assets in stocks and bonds.
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The average annual interest on mortgage investments is m percent and the average annual interest on the bond investments is b percent. If the annual interest on the bond investments is x dollars, how many dollars are invested in mortgages?
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The average annual interest on mortgage investments is m percent and the average annual interest on the bond investments is b percent. If the annual interest on the bond investments is x dollars, how many dollars are invested in mortgages?
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Onehalf of a number is 17 more than onethird of that number. What is the number?
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Fourteen college students were asked to report how many text messages they sent on a typical day. Their responses are recorded below.
20, 20, 10, 40, 40, 40, 15, 15, 15, 80, 25, 29, 30, 30
What is the median number of text messages sent on a typical day?
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A group of friends are gathering for an evening of fun. The two activities on the agenda are eating dinner at the local pizzeria, and then seeing the latest blockbuster movie. Everyone will attend at least one of the two events. To accommodate different schedules, 35% will eat, but not see the movie, and 40% will see the movie, but not eat. What is the probability that a randomly selected friend will attend both activities?
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The following shows the weight distribution in the average adult. The total average body weight is 70,000 grams.
Elements of the Body Weight (in grams) Muscles 30,000 Water 18,800 Skeleton 10,000 Blood 5,000 Gastrointestinal Tract 2,000 Liver 1,700 Brain 1,500 Lungs 1,000 If the weight of an adult’s skeleton is represented as g grams, his or her total body weight can be represented as
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