# GRE Quantitative Sample Questions Set v

Categories: GRE (The Graduate Records Examination)

Question:27. What is the slope of a line that contains the points (3, 7) and (8, -2)?

A. 5/-9

B. -9/5

C. -5/11

D. 11/-9

E. -5/9

Answer: (b)

Question:28. A person invests $18,000 at 4% simple annual interest. How much interest has been earned after four months?

A. $60

B. $180

C. $240

D. $360

E. $720

Answer: (c)

Question:29. After taking five tests, one student’s average grade is 65. If the student scores 83 on his next test, what will his new average be?

A.65

B.68

C.74

D.78.8

E.81.6

Answer: (b)

Question:30. Group A’s average weight is 162 pounds. Group B’s average weight is 156 pounds. There are twice as many people in Group B as in Group A. What is the overall average weight?

A.158

B.159

C.160

D.162

E.163

Answer: (a)

**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.**