The quantitative section of the GMAT measures your quantitative reasoning skills and your skills in interpreting diagrams and general graphic data.

0.1+(0.1)^2+(0.1)^3=

A. 0.1
B. 0.111
C. 0.1211
D. 0.2341
E. 0.3

Explanation:

0.1+(0.1)^2+(0.1)^3=0.1+0.01+0.001=0.111

A carpenter constructed a rectangular sandbox with a capacity of 10 cubic feet. If the carpenter made instead a sandbox which was twice as long, twice as wide and twice as high as the original, what would the capacity be of the new larger sandbox?

A. 20
B. 40
C. 60
D. 80
E. 100

Explanation:

When all the dimensions of a three dimensional object are in fact doubled, then the capacity increases by a factor of 2x2x2=2^3=8. Thus the capacity of the new sandbox is 8x10=80 cubic feet.

Which of the following CANNOT be a value of 1/(x-1)?

A. -1
B. 0
C. 2/3
D. 1
E. 2

Explanation:

Since 1 divided by any number can never equal zero then option B must be wrong.

If 1.5/(0.2+x)=5 then x=?

A. -3.7
B. 0.1
C. 0.3
D. 0.5
E. 2.8

Explanation:

1.5/(0.2+x)=5

1.5=1+5x

0.5=5x

0.1=x

If a 10% deposit amounting to \$110 has been paid toward buying a brand new TV, how much remains to be paid?

A. \$880
B. \$990
C. \$1000
D. \$1100
E. \$1210

Explanation:

Let's start with what the total price of the TV would be. If 10% is equal to \$110 then 100% equals \$x. We just have to multiply \$110 by 10 to get total amount=\$1100. Out of this amount we then need to deduct the amount already paid which was \$110 so we have \$1100-\$110=\$990

#### More educational and fun tests below.

The largest provider of tests on the web. We have thousands of questions covering

numerical and verbal aptitude tests, diagrammatic and logic tests, reasoning tests,

puzzles, general knowledge test questions and GMAT test advice and questions.

No login required. All tests are free. All the tests you need when you need them.