The GRE has different parts where every candidate needs to showcase their talents and skills. The quantitative questions are based on the mathematics portion. You must have a clear idea of the questions before sitting in the main exam. You must make time to solve the sample papers. It gives you practical knowledge and understanding and encourages your mind to resolve all the related questions which ultimately makes your hold stronger. It will prove to be the elevator to get success.

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## How many Quan Questions are in GRE?

The GRE comprises the quantitative reasoning section that contains four types of questions. Each question has its measurements in marks. All of these sections must be solved with brain and mathematics skills. You must know all the sections for a better understanding.

#1. Quantitative Comparison Questions.

#2. Multiple-choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice.

#3. Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices.

#4. Numeric Entry Questions.

The questions of this paper can appear in both forms. The questions could be asked independently as a discrete questions or can be mould as part of a set of questions called a Data Interpretation set. The questions asked in a data interpretation set are based on the data presentation levels such as tables, graphs, or other displays of data. Here are the descriptions, directions, and samples of all the questions asked in the examination.

### GRE Sample Questions

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#### #1. Quantitative Comparison Questions

These types of questions ask you to compare two quantities — Quantity A and Quantity B — and then determine which of four statements describes the comparison. You have to be prepared to solve it precisely.

#### Directions for the Question

Compare Quantity A and Quantity B, using additional information centred above the two quantities if such information is given, and select one of the following four answer choices.

#a. Quantity A is greater.

#b. Quantity B is greater.

#c. The two quantities are equal.

#d. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

#1. A symbol that appears more than once in a question has the same meaning throughout the question.

Quantity A

x squared + 1

Quantity B

2x, minus 1

#a. Quantity A is greater.

#b. Quantity B is greater.

#c. The two quantities are equal.

#d. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

#### #2. Multiple-choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice

These types of questions are multiple-choice questions that ask you to select only one answer choice from a list of five choices. You are given a question and 5 relevant choices. You must pick one out of all.

#### Directions for the Question

The figure above shows a circle with center C and radius 6. What is the sum of the areas of the two shaded regions?

#a. 7.5 p

#b. 6 pi

#c. 4.5 pi

#d. 4 pi

#e. 3 pi

#### #3. Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices

These questions are also multiple-choice questions but this question asks you to select any one or more answer choices from the whole list of choices. A question may or may not specify the number of choices to select. You can select a number of options if it is suitable for your question.

#### Directions for the Question

Select one or more answer choices according to the specific question directions.

If the question does not specify how many answer choices to select, select all that apply. The correct answer maybe just one of the choices or as many as all of the choices, depending on the question. If the question specifies how many answer choices to select, select exactly that number of choices.

#### Number One

#1. Each employee of a certain company is in either Department X or Department Y, and there are more than twice as many employees in Department X as in Department Y. The average (arithmetic mean) salary is \$25,000 for the employees in Department X and \$35,000 for the employees in Department Y. Which of the following amounts could be the average salary for all of the employees of the company?

Indicate all such amounts.

#a. \$26,000

#b. \$28,000

#c. \$29,000

#d. \$30,000

#e. \$31,000

#f. \$32,000

#g. \$34,000

#### Number Two

#2. If f, g, and h are positive integers such that f is a factor of g, and g is a factor of h, which of the following statements must be true?

Indicate all such statements.

#a. f  is a factor of g squared

#b. f  is a factor of GH.

#c. f  is a factor of h minus g

Correct Answer: A, B, and C

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#### #4. Numeric Entry Questions

These types of questions ask all the candidates either to enter the answer as an integer or a decimal in a single answer box or to enter it as a fraction in two separate boxes — one for the numerator and one for the denominator. Due to the fact that it is a computer-delivered test, the computer mouse and keyboard are used to enter the answer.

#### Directions for the Question

Enter your answer as an integer or a decimal if there is a single answer box OR as a fraction if there are two separate boxes — one for the numerator and one for the denominator.

Equivalent forms of the correct answer, such as 2.5 and 2.50, are all correct. Fractions do not need to be reduced to the lowest terms, though you may need to reduce your fraction to fit in the boxes.