# 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)