GRE Quantitative Reasoning Questions

100 Data Interpretation Questions (Set 7)

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GRE quantitative test

GRE quantitative test

 Answer Sheet of Set 7
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1. The amount spent by country C in 1983 is what percentage more than the amount spent by Countries A and B together in 1977? (Find approximately)






2. Which of the following statements must be true? i) Country A spends minimum amount of its budget on arms. ii) Throughout, Country C has spent the maximum amount on arms during the years shown. iii) An examination of the information for the last 3 years reveals that generally all 3 countries are reducing their expenditure on arms.

Exercisei only.

Exercisei and ii only

Exercisei and iii only

Exerciseii and iii only

ExerciseNone of the statements above.

3. If Fiat’s Palio is launched at its scheduled time, by when should they be able to break even?

ExerciseSeptember 2002

ExerciseMarch 2001

ExerciseApril 2004

ExerciseDecember 2002

ExerciseNone of the above

4. What part of the cost of project is not obtained for Mitsubishi after 15 months of sales of the Lancer?





ExerciseNone of the above

5. Kinetic small car will be able to cover what percent of the cost of project after a complete year?





ExerciseNone of the above

6. Immediately after breaking even, Honda install ASB kits on its City model. This requires an additional Rs. 40 crore towards the project cost. At the same time the selling price of the car is increased by Rs. 50000. At the end of an entire year from then, what is the point that Honda’s city makes?

Exercise410 crore

Exercise580 crore

Exercise120 crore

Exercise240 crore

ExerciseNone of the above

7. A year after the launch of Lancer, Mitsubishi decides to launch a new model using the same assembly line. The line is capable of providing twice the production capacity as that of the Lancer, while the new car will be sold at half the price of the Lancer. What will be the ratio of annual profits of the Lancer to those of the new model, if the initial cost incurred for the new model is ignored?





ExerciseNone of the above