# GRE Quantitative Sample Questions Set iii

Categories: GRE (The Graduate Records Examination)

Questions 16-20: Choose the letter that best answers the question.

Question.16. The perimeter of triangle ABC is 84

The perimeter of isosceles triangle BCD is 110

What is the length of CD?

A.30

B.35

C.40

D.42

E. It can’t be determined from the information provided.

Answer: (e)

Question.17. What is the sum of the integers from 13 to 75, inclusive?

A. 2184

B. 2279

C. 2332

D. 2376

E. 2385

Answer: (c)

Question.18. The ratio of empty to full parking spaces is 3 to 5. If there are 940 full parking spaces in the lot, how many spaces are empty?

A. 156

B. 376

C. 470

D. 564

E. 602

Answer: (d)

Question.19. Charles is able to husk 216 ears of corn in 2 ½ hours. What was his rate per minute?

A. 1.44

B. 5.4

C. 14.4

D. 54

E. 144

Answer: (a)

Question.20. Which two of the following fractions are equal?

I. 0.040/0.108

II. 0.40/0.180

III. 0.40/0.018

IV. 0.004/0.0018

A. I and II

B. II and III

C. I and III

D. II and IV

E. I and IV

Answer: (d)

**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.**

**Please note that these are simplified examples; actual GRE questions could be trickier and call for more in-depth solutions. For the most accurate simulation of the test, it's critical to become familiar with the GRE's structure and format and practise using approved GRE study materials.**