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GMAT Quantitative Edinburgh 2018

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Question 1.

The value of -3- (-10) is how much greater than the value of -10- (-3)?

(A)

0

(B)

6

(C)

7

(D)

14

(E)

26

Question 2.

If Xand Yare sets of integers, XΔY denotes the set of integers that belong to set Xor set Y, but not both. If X consists of 10 integers, Yconsists of 18 integers, and 6 of the integers are in both Xand Y, then XΔY consists of how many integers?

(A)

6

(B)

16

(C)

22

(D)

30

(E)

174

Question 3.

In the figure above, the sum of the three numbers in the horizontal row equals the product of the three numbers in the vertical column. What is the value of xy?

(A)

6

(B)

15

(C)

35

(D)

75

(E)

90

Question 4.

(1+ \( \sqrt{5}\) ) (1-  \( \sqrt{5}\) ) = 

(A)

-4

(B)

2

(C)

6

(D)

-4 - 2\( \sqrt{5}\)

(E)

6 - 2\( \sqrt{5}\)

Question 5.

 

In the rectangular coordinate system above, the shaded region is bounded by straight lines. Which of the following is NOT an equation of one of the boundary lines?

(A)

x =0 

(B)

y = 0 

(C)

x = 1

(D)

x - y = 0

(E)

x + 2y = 2

Question 6.

A certain population of bacteria doubles every 10 minutes. If the number of bacteria in the population initially was 104 , what was the number in the population 1 hour later?

(A)

2(104)

(B)

6(104)

(C)

(26)(104)

(D)

(106)(104)

(E)

(104)6

Question 7.

How many minutes does it take to travel 120 miles at 400 miles per hour?

(A)

3

(B)

\(1\over 3\)

(C)

8\(2\over 3\)

(D)

12

(E)

18

Question 8.

If the perimeter of a rectangular garden plot is 34 feet and its area is 60 square feet, what is the length of each of the longer sides?

(A)

5 ft

(B)

6 ft

(C)

10 ft

(D)

12 ft

(E)

15 ft

Question 9.

Acertain manufacturer produces items for which the production costs consist of annual fixed costs totaling $130,000 and variable costs averaging $8 per item. If the manufacturer's selling price per item is $15, how many items must the manufacturer produce and sell to earn an annual profit of $150,000?

(A)

2,858

(B)

18,667

(C)

21,429

(D)

35,000

(E)

40,000

Question 10.

In a poll of 66,000 physicians, only 20 percent responded; of these, 10 percent disclosed their preference for pain reliever X. How many of the physicians who responded did not disclose a preference for pain reliever X ?

(A)

1,320

(B)

5,280

(C)

6,600

(D)

10,560

(E)

11,880

Question 11.

\(3 \over 100\) + \(5 \over 1000\)\(7 \over 10000\) = 

(A)

0.357

(B)

0.3507

(C)

0.35007

(D)

0.0357

(E)

0.03507

Question 12.

If the number nof calculators sold per week varies with the price p in dollars according to the equation n= 300- 20p, what would be the total weekly revenue from the sale of $10 calculators?

(A)

$ 100

(B)

$ 300

(C)

$ 1,000

(D)

$ 2,800

(E)

$ 3,000

Question 13.

Which of the following fractions is equal to the decimal 0.0625 ?

(A)

\(5 \over 8\)

(B)

\(3 \over 8\)

(C)

\(1 \over 16\)

(D)

\(1 \over 18\)

(E)

\(3 \over 80\)

Question 14.

In the figure above, if \(x \over x+y\)\(3 \over 8\) , then x =

(A)

60

(B)

67.5

(C)

72

(D)

108

(E)

112.5

Question 15.

If positive integers x andy are not both odd, which of the following must be even?

(A)

xy

(B)

X+Y

(C)

X-Y

(D)

X+Y -1 

(E)

2(x+y)-1

Question 16.

On 3 sales John has received commissions of $240, $80, and $110, and he has 1 additional sale pending. If John is to receive an average (arithmetic mean) commission of exactly $150 on the 4 sales, then the 4th commission must be

(A)

$164

(B)

$170

(C)

$175

(D)

$182

(E)

$185

Question 17.

The annual budget of a certain college is to be shown on a circle graph. If the size of each sector of the graph is to be proportional to the amount of the budget it represents, how many degrees of the circle should be used to represent an item that is 15 percent of the budget?

(A)

15°

(B)

36°

(C)

54°

(D)

90°

(E)

150°

Question 18.

During a two-week period, the price of an ounce of silver increased by 25 percent by the end of the first week and then decreased by 20 percent of this new price by the end of the second week. If the price of silver was x dollars per ounce at the beginning of the two-week period, what was the price, in dollars per ounce, by the end of the period?

(A)

0.8x

(B)

0.95x

(C)

(D)

1.05x

(E)

1.25x

Question 19.

In a certain pond, 50 fish were caught, tagged, and returned to the pond. Afew days later, 50 fish were caught again, of which 2 were found to have been tagged. If the percent of tagged fish in the second catch approximates the percent of tagged fish in the pond, what is the approximate number of fish in the pond?

(A)

400

(B)

625

(C)

1,250

(D)

2,500

(E)

10,000

Question 20.

\( \sqrt{16 + 16}\) = 

(A)

4\( \sqrt{2}\)

(B)

8\( \sqrt{2}\)

(C)

16\( \sqrt{2}\)

(D)

8

(E)

16

Question 21.

An automobile's gasoline mileage varies, depending on the speed of the automobile, between 18.0 and 22.4 miles per gallon, inclusive. What is the maximum distance, in miles, that the automobile could be driven on 15 gallons of gasoline?

(A)

336

(B)

320

(C)

303

(D)

284

(E)

270

Question 22.

The organizers of a fair projected a 25 percent increase in attendance this year over that of last year, but attendance this year actually decreased by 20 percent. What percent of the projected attendance was the actual attendance?

(A)

45%

(B)

56%

(C)

64%

(D)

75%

(E)

80%

Question 23.

What is the ratio of \(3 \over 4\) to the product 4(\(3 \over 4\)) ?

(A)

\(1 \over 4\)

(B)

\(1 \over 3\)

(C)

\(4 \over 9\)

(D)

\(9 \over 4\)

(E)

4

Question 24.

If 3- x = 2x- 3, then 4x =

(A)

-24

(B)

-8

(C)

0

(D)

8

(E)

24

Question 25.

2x+2Y= -4
4x+ y = 1
In the system of equations above, what is the value of x?

(A)

-3

(B)

-1

(C)

\(2 \over 5\)

(D)

1

(E)

1\(3 \over 4\)

Question 26.

If x > 3,000, then the value of \(x \over 2x+ 1\)is closest to

(A)

\(1 \over6\)

(B)

\(1 \over 3\)

(C)

\(10 \over 21\)

(D)

\(1 \over 2\)

(E)

\(3 \over 2\)

Question 27.

If 18 is 15 percent of 30 percent of a certain number, what is the number?

(A)

9

(B)

36

(C)

40

(D)

81

(E)

400

Question 28.

In Δ ABC above, what is x in terms of z?

(A)

Z+ 73

(B)

Z- 73

(C)

70-z

(D)

z-70

(E)

73-z

Question 29.

\((3)(0.072) \over 0,54\) = 

(A)

0.04

(B)

0.3

(C)

0.4

(D)

0.8

(E)

4.0

Question 30.

What is the maximum number of 1\(1 \over 4\) foot pieces of wire that can be cut from a wire that is 24 feet long?

(A)

11

(B)

18

(C)

19

(D)

20

(E)

30

Question 31.

\(61.24 X (0.998) ^2 \over \sqrt {403}\)The expression above is approximately equal to

(A)

1

(B)

3

(C)

4

(D)

5

(E)

6

Question 32.

If t e h numbers \(17 \over 24\)\(1 \over 2\) , \(3 \over 8\) , \(3 \over 4\) and \(9 \over 16\) were ordered from greatest to least, the middle number of the resulting sequence would be

(A)

\(17 \over 24\)

(B)

\(1 \over 2\)

(C)

\(3 \over 8\)

(D)

\(3 \over 4\)

(E)

\(9 \over 16\)

Question 33.

Last year if 97 percent of the revenues of a company came from domestic sources and the remaining revenues, totaling $450,000, came from foreign sources, what was the total of the company's revenues?

(A)

$ 1,350,000

(B)

$ 1,500,000

(C)

S 4,500,000

(D)

$ 15,000,000

(E)

$150,000,000

Question 34.

\(2+2 \sqrt{6} \over 2\)=

(A)

\( \sqrt{6}\)

(B)

2\( \sqrt{6}\)

(C)

1 +\( \sqrt{6}\)

(D)

1 + 2\( \sqrt{6}\)

(E)

2 + \( \sqrt{6}\)

Question 35.

A certain fishing boat is chartered by 6 people who are to contribute equally to the total charter cost of $480. If each person contributes equally to a $150 down payment, how much of the charter cost will each person still owe?

(A)

$80

(B)

$66

(C)

$55

(D)

$50

(E)

$45

Question 36.

Craig sells major appliances. For each appliance he sells, Craig receives a commission of $50 plus 10 percent of the selling price. During one particular week Craig sold 6 appliances for selling prices totaling $3,620. What was the total of Craig's commissions for that week?

(A)

$412

(B)

$526

(C)

$585

(D)

$605

(E)

$662

Question 37.

What number when multiplied by \(4 \over7\) yields\(6\over7\) as the result?

(A)

\(2 \over7\)

(B)

\(3\over 3\)

(C)

\(3\over 2\)

(D)

\(24\over 7\)

(E)

\(7\over 2\)

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