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Subjects  Gmat test  Update  12/07/2017 
Class  Level 3  Number of questions  15 
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Question 1. If set R contains the consecutive integers from 5 to 1, what is the mean of set R?


Question 2. Set A contains the consecutive integers ranging from x to y, inclusive. If the number of integers in set A that are less than 75 is equal to the number of integers that are greater than 75, what is the value of 3x + 3y?


Question 3. In the first week of last month, Company X realized an average wholesale profit of $5304 per day from the sale of q units of Product Y. Which of the following CANNOT be the difference between Product Y’s sale price and cost per unit?


Question 4. Which of the following could be the median of a set consisting of 6 different primes?


Question 5. The median annual household income in a certain community of 21 households is $50,000. If the mean income of a household increases by 10% per year over the next 2 years, what will the median income in the community be in 2 years?


Question 6. T is a set of y integers, where 0 < y < 7. If the average of Set T is the positive integer x, which of the following could NOT be the median of Set T?


Question 7. a, b, and c are integers and a < b < c. S is the set of all integers from a to b, inclusive. Q is the set of all integers from b to c, inclusive. The median of set S is (3/4) b. The median of set Q is (7/8) c. If R is the set of all integers from a to c, inclusive, what fraction of c is the median of set R?


Question 8. Jim Broke’s only source of income comes from his job as a question writer. In this capacity, Jim earns a flat salary of $200 per week plus a fee of $9 for every question that he writes. Every year, Jim takes exactly two weeks of unpaid vacation to visit his uncle, a monk in Tibet, and get inspired for the next year. If a regular year consists of 52 weeks and the number of questions that Jim wrote in each of the past 5 years was an odd number greater than 20, which of the following could be Jim’s median annual income over the past 5 years?


Question 9. During a behavioral experiment in a psychology class, each student is asked to compute his or her lucky number by raising 7 to the power of the student's favorite day of the week (numbered 1 through 7 for Monday through Sunday respectively), multiplying the result by 3, and adding this to the doubled age of the student in years, rounded to the nearest year. If a class consists of 28 students, what is the probability that the median lucky number in the class will be a noninteger?


Question 10. For the set of terms [x, y, x + y, x – 4y, xy, 2y], if y > 6 and the mean of the set equals y + 3, then the median must be


Question 11. Set A: 3, x, 8, 10 Set B: 4, y, 9, 11. The terms of each set above are given in ascending order. If the median of Set A is equal to the median of Set B, what is the value of y – x?


Question 12. Set S includes elements {8, 2, 11, x, 3, y} and has a mean of 7 and a median of 5.5. If x < y, then which of the following is the maximum possible value of x?


Question 13. The temperatures in Celsius recorder at 6 in the morning in various parts of a certain country were 10,5,2,1,5 and 15. What is the median of these temperatures?


Question 14.
The table above shows the distribution of test scores for a group of management trainees, which score interval contains the median of the 73 scores?


Question 15. Five pieces of wood have an average (arithmetic mean) length of 124 centimeters and a median length of 140 centimeters. What is the maximum possible length in centimeters of the shortest piece of wood?

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