Below, gre sample questions in the quantitative reasoning measure are presented. The following sample questions do reflect well the quant questions in terms of difficulty level and the type of questions seen in the math sections of the gre test.

1. General term in a series is Ak = (1/k) – [1/ (k+1)], where k = 2, 3 ….100. Find the sum of all the terms

A. 1/3

B. ½

C. 97/202

D. 99/202

E. 1

2. n is a number

Quantity A: (n + 30)^{2} + (n – 30)^{2}

Quantity B: 120n

3. x > 0

Quantity A: 2^{2} √x

Quantity B: 4^{2} √x^{2}

4. The length of a rectangle is increased by 15% and the width is decreased by 15%.

Quantity A: Area of the original rectangle

Quantity B: Area of the new rectangle

5. 10% of the population migrated from a city from the year 1980 to 1985. 20% of the city’s population migrated during the years 1980 to 1990. What is the migration rate from 1985 to 1990?

A. 5%

B. 10%

C. 100/9%

D. 18%

E. 100/3%

6. 16th % of 25 is

A. 1/64

B. 1/16

C. 3/16

D. 16

E. 64

7. Of all the employees in company X, 40% are part time employees, and 15% are part time professionals. What percentage of part times employees are not professionals?

A. 25%

B, 50%

C. 62.5%

D. 72.5%

E. 75%

8. A = {1, 2, 3, ……,M}, where M is an odd number

= {1, 2, 3, ………,N}, where N is an even number

Quantity A: Percentage of odd numbers in set A

Quantity B: Percentage of even numbers is set B

9. How many numbers between 400 and 700 are multiples of both 2 and 3?

A. 48

B. 49

C. 50

D. 51

E. 52

10. Which of the following fractions is a terminating decimal, when expressed as a decimal?

A. 19/91

B. 17/225

C. 12/231

D. 41/256

E. 35/324

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11. Jack set for a tennis club from his home. From there on he went to gym 8 kms away. How far is Jack now from his home, if he walks in a straight line everywhere?

A. 7

B. 8

C. 17

D. 23

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