# GRE Quantitative Sample Questions Set i

Categories: GRE (The Graduate Records Examination)

Questions 1-15: Each question shows a quantity in Column A and a quantity in Column B. Compare the two quantities and indicate whether:

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Questions 1 and 2 both refer to the above figure

Question.1:

Column A | Column B |

<CGB | <DGH |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (c)

Question.2.

Column A | Column B |

<CGB + <CGH | <BGD + <DGH |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (c)

Question.3. Ann’s class has x students this semester. Paul’s class has one less than three times the number of students in Ann’s class.

Column A | Column B |

x2 | 2x |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (a)

Question.4. Isosceles triangle D DEF has a perimeter of 24 and side DE has a length of 12.

Column A | Column B |

Side EF | Side DF |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (d)

Question.5. Recorded attendance at weekly seminars in the first quarter of the year has been:

117, 103, 109, 100, 125, 115, 120, 126, 130, 106, 109, 125

Column A | Column B |

the median | the average |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (a)

Question.6. 6-4x>3

Column A | Column B |

x | 1 |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (b)

Question.7.

Column A | Column B |

1/2 times the perimeter of a triangle | The perimeter of a square with a side of 3 cm; 8 cm; 14 cm.; 3.2 cm. |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (b)

Question.8.

Column A | Column B |

The number of new three digit numbers that can be formed by using the digits 413 once | 6 |

A. The quantity in Column A is greater.

B. The quantity in Column B is greater.

C. The two quantities are equal.

D. The quantities cannot be compared from the information provided.

Answer: (b)

**You should have an idea of the kinds of questions you might see on the GRE Verbal Quantitative portion after reading these sample questions. To score better in the test, keep up your practise and familiarise yourself with a wide variety of vocabulary words.**

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