GRE Quantitative Reasoning Questions

100 Data Interpretation Questions (Set 5)

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1. Of every dollar received by the federal government, how much (in cents) is from coporate sources?

Exercise32

Exercise70

Exercise30

Exercise35

Exercise29

2. what percentage of the federal revenue is derived from borrowings?

Exercise0.2%

Exercise0.02%

Exercise2.7%

Exercise1.2%

Exercise2.5%

3. The percentage per capita expenditure on food registered what percentage decrease between 1973 and 1983 for urban consumers?

Exercise9.2%

Exercise10.5%

Exercise8.4%

ExerciseInsufficient data

ExerciseNone of the above

4. If the total per capita expenses in an urban household in 1973 were Rs. 531, approximately how much of it was spent on sugar?

ExerciseRs. 18.30

ExerciseRs. 17.00

ExerciseRs. 19.1

ExerciseRs. 64.00

5. In 1973, in the rural areas the per capita expenses on oil produced what percent of the per capita expenditure on vegetables?

Exercise6.4%

Exercise97.2%

Exercise101.2%

Exercise65.2%

ExerciseNone of the above

6. In 1978 the per capita expenditure on non food items formed what percent of the per capita expenditure on food items, in the urban area?

Exercise47.2%

Exercise51.9%

Exercise66.6%

Exercise70%

ExerciseNone of the above

7. In 1983, if the rural and urban per capita expenditure were Rs. 665 and Rs. 765 respectively, what was the difference between their per capita expenditure on food items?

ExerciseRs. 25

ExerciseRs. 15

ExerciseRs. 50

ExerciseRs. 21

ExerciseNone of the above

8. How many grams of sucrose (to the nearest gram) must be added to one gram of saccharin to make a mixture that will be 100 times as sweet as glucose?)

Exercise7

Exercise8

Exercise9

Exercise10

Exercise100

9. What is the ratio of glucose to lactose in a mixture as sweet as maltose?

Exercise8 : 21

Exercise21 : 8

Exercise25 : 9

Exercise29 : 8

Exercise32 : 5