60% of the students in a class are instate students. 60% of the students in the class are women. If there are twice as many instate men in the class as are instate women, and the number of instate men exceeds instate women by 12, how many more women in the class are not instate women?A. 12B. 60C. 48D. 24E. 0 … [Read more...] about GMAT Mixtures – Problem Solving Question

# GMAT Quant Theory & Practice Questions

## Data Sufficiency : Number Properties and Probability

A GMAT 700 level Data Sufficiency Question | Number properties and Probability Question Set A contains distinct integers: A = {2,4,6,-8,x,y}. When two numbers from this set are picked and multiplied, what is the probability that the product is less than zero?(1) x*y is not equal to zero.(2) |x| = |y| Correct Answer is choice B. Statement 2 alone is sufficient. Video … [Read more...] about Data Sufficiency : Number Properties and Probability

## Arithmetic Mean – Data Sufficiency

Here is an easy Descriptive Statistics Data Sufficiency Question What is the median of a set of 10 positive integers? 1. The numbers are in an AP with the first term being 10 2. The arithmetic mean of these 10 numbers is 55 Answer - Choice C Explanatory Answer Break down the process of solving any DS question into 3 mandatory steps and 1 optional step. Step 1 : … [Read more...] about Arithmetic Mean – Data Sufficiency

## Problem Solving – Equations

GMAT Problem Solving QuestionIn a test comprising 50 questions, a student attempts all questions. For every correct answer the student is awarded 1 mark. She will get negative marks for incorrect answers as per the following rule.1. 0.25 negative mark for each of the first 10 incorrect answer.2. 0.5 negative mark for each incorrect answer, from the 11th to the 20th.3. 0.75 … [Read more...] about Problem Solving – Equations

## Number Properties Problem Solving : Factors

Here is an interesting GMAT number property problem solving question. Concept tested : number of factors.Integer x has n factors; 3x has 3 factors; Which of the following values can n take? I. 1 II. 2 III. 3 A. I only B. II only C. I or II D. II or III E. I or III … [Read more...] about Number Properties Problem Solving : Factors