GRE MINITests  Quant & Verbal #4
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GRE MINITests  Quant & VerbalMiniTest #1  01/30/2023 Difficult level: mediumMiniTest #2  02/13/2023 Difficult level: hardMiniTest #3  02/27/2023 Difficult level: hardQUANTTest #4QQ #1Anne pays 150 percent more for a wholesale widget than Bart Pays,
Anne's retail price per widget is 15 percent greater than the wholesale price she paid.
Bart's retail price per widget is 185 percent greater than the wholesale price he paid.
Quantity A 
Quantity B 
Anne's retail price 
Bart's retail price 
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108308QQ #2Circle A has radius x
Circle B has diameter 2x
Quantity A 
Quantity B 
The circumference to diameter ratio of circle A 
The circumference to diameter ratio of circle B 
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108309QQ #3O is the center of the circle
Quantity A 
Quantity B 
The length of AO 
The length of AB 
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108310QQ #4x is a positive integer. k is the remainder when \(x^3x\) is divided by 3.
Quantity A 
Quantity B 
k 
1 
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108311QQ #5Ben is three times as old as Ron. Ed is 8 years younger than Ben. Ron is 7 years older than Ken. If the sum of the ages of all four people is 161, how many years old is Ron?
(A) 15
(B) 19
(C) 22
(D) 24
(E) 27
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108312QQ #6Which of the following is the correct order of \(2 \sqrt{13}, 4 \sqrt{3}, 5 \sqrt{2}, and 3 \sqrt{6}\)
A. \(2 \sqrt{13}< 3 \sqrt{6}< 5 \sqrt{2}< 4 \sqrt{3}\)
B. \(3 \sqrt{6}< 5 \sqrt{2} < 4 \sqrt{3} < 2 \sqrt{13}\)
C. \(4 \sqrt{3} < 5 \sqrt{2}<2 \sqrt{13}<3 \sqrt{6}\)
D. \(5 \sqrt{2}<4 \sqrt{3}<3 \sqrt{6}<2 \sqrt{13}\)
E. \(2 \sqrt{13}<3 \sqrt{6}<4 \sqrt{3}<5 \sqrt{2}\)
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108313QQ #7If f(x)=x^2+4, and f(2k)=36. then which of the following is one possible value of K?
A. \(\sqrt{2}\)
B. 2
C. 4
D. \(2 \sqrt{2}\)
E. \(\sqrt{14}\)
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108314QQ #8In a population of chickens, the average (arithmetic mean) weight is 6.3 pounds, and the standard deviation is 1.2 pounds. Which of the following weights (in pounds) are within 1.5 units of the standard deviation of the mean?
Indicate all weights.
A. 4.4
B. 4.6
C. 5.1
D. 5.2
E. 6.9
F. 7.6
G. 7.7
H. 8.2
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108315QQ #9In the standard x,y plane, what is the slope of the line that is perpendicular to the line 12x + 3y  7=0 ?
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108316QQ #10The following boxplot shows the 2012 season runs batted in (RBIs) of 280 American League (AL) batters (the top 280 batters in terms of number of plate appearances).
FiveNumber Summary for AL RBIs in 2012:
Minimum = 0
First Quartile = 9
Median = 25
Third Quartile = 56
Maximum = 139
What is the size of the Interquartile Range (IQR) of this distribution?
A. 25
B. 47
C. 55
D. 83
E. 139
Solution https://gre.myprepclub.com/forum/gremi ... ml#p108317VERBALTest #4VQ #1Mike Tyson, during his (i) ________ , was the most feared fighter in the world; his fall from eminence was as astonishing as it was (ii) _________
Blank (i) 
Blank (ii)

A. tenure 
D. seemly 
B. debasement 
E. unsustainable 
C. heyday 
F. precipitous 
SolutionVQ #2Whether the network renews the latest pilot series ________ the critical assumption that the audience will not only empathize with a male protagonist very different from it, but will continue to do so once he begins to commit acts that are clearly reprehensible.
Blank (i) 
A. invites 
B. supports 
C. stems from 
D. indulges in 
E. hinges upon 
SolutionVQ #3Traditionally (i) ________ in their criticism of the hazards of nuclear power which are undeniably pressing—many environmental groups failed to cite any viable energy alternatives; still, these very groups often (ii) ________ the success of "green technologies," innovations that, until very recently, were able to provide only a fraction of the power required to sustain a populace.
Blank (i) 
Blank (ii)

A. muted 
D. derided 
B. vociferous 
E. trumpeted 
C. misguided 
F. condoned 
SolutionVQ #4Managers who categorically squelch insights from lowtiered employees run the obvious hazard of (i) ________ creativity; conversely, these very same managers are more likely to (ii) _________ any ideas that flow down from the top brass.
Blank (i) 
Blank (ii)

A. fomenting 
D. unquestioningly embrace 
B. smothering 
E. arbitrarily denounce 
C. sparking 
F. conditionally approve 
VQ #5The recent spate of quality television dramas—while clearly indebted to the cinematic idiom of the 1970's—represents a(n) ________ achievement: never before has any video medium been called on to sustain a narrative for 100 plus hours.
Two Answers 
A. wondrous 
B. incalculable 
C. unambiguous 
D. unprecedented 
E. spotty 
F. groundbreaking 
SolutionVQ #6The chairman of the board, sensing that any effort was futile, became _________ the company's plight, and only shrugged his shoulders when the shareholders notified him that the corporation was insolvent.
Two Answers 
A. wary of 
B. apathetic to 
C. irascible towards 
D. hopeless regarding 
E. pugnacious towards 
F. indifferent to 
SolutionVQ #7A successful space shuttle launch is _________ such a great number of factorsany of which can sabotage a liftoffthat spectators should not chafe at the slightest sign of delay.
Two Answers 
A. unrelated to 
B. relevant to 
C. contingent upon 
D. dependent on 
E. peripheral to 
F. coterminous with 
SolutionVQ #8/9/10Most educated people of the eighteenth century, such as the Founding Fathers, subscribed to Natural Rights Theory, the idea that every human being has a considerable number of innate rights, simply by virtue of being a human person. When the US Constitution was sent to the states for ratification, many at that time felt that the federal government outlined by the Constitution would be too strong, and that rights of individual citizens against the government had to be clarified. This led to the Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments, which were ratified at the same time as the Constitution. The first eight of these amendments list specific rights of citizens. Some leaders feared that listing some rights could be interpreted to meat that citizens didn't have other, unlisted rights. Toward this end, James Madison and others produced the Ninth Amendment, which states: the fact that certain rights are listed in the
Constitution shall not be construed to imply that other rights of the people are denied Constitutional traditionalists interpret the Ninth Amendmenl as a rule for reading the rest of the constitution. They would argue that "Ninth Amendment rights" are a misconceived notion: the amendment does not, by itself, create federally enforceable rights. In particular, this strict reasoning would be opposed to the creation of any new rights based on the amendment. Rather, according to this view, the amendment merely protects those rights that citizens already have, whether they are explicitly listed in the Constitution or simply implicit in people's lives and in American tradition.
More liberal interpreters of the US Constitution have a much more expansive view of the Ninth Amendment. In their view, the Ninth Amendment guarantees to American citizens a vast universe of potential rights, some of which we have enjoyed for two centuries, and others of which the Founding Fathers could not possibly have conceived. These scholars point out that some rights, such as voting rights of women or minorities., were not necessarily viewed as rights by the majority of citizens in late eighteenth century America, but are taken as fundamental and unquestionable in modern America. While those rights cited are protected specifically by other amendments and laws, the argument asserts that other unlisted right also could evolve from unthinkable to perfectly acceptable, and the Ninth Amendment would protect these asyetundefined rights. [/b]
In the view of James Madison and the other Founding Fathers, the Ninth Amendment limits the power of the central federal government by
A. preventing constitutionally listed rights from being viewed as exhaustive
B. giving the citizens rights in every area not explicitly addressed by the law
C. codifying a vast universe of federally enforceable rights
D. guaranteeing, in the text of US Constitution, all rights held by Natural Rights Theory
E. ensuring all citizens are able to vote and, thus, choose the democratic leaders
The passage provides support for which of the following?
A. The right to privacy, not mentioned at all in the Bill of Rights, must have its constitutional basis in the Ninth Amendment.
B. Madison would have been in favor of women's right to vote.
C. Certain parts of the Bill of Rights are open to divergent interpretations.
D. Twentiethcentury amendments that explicitly added new rights weakened the Ninth Amendment.
E. In the absence of the Ninth Amendment, the American Federal Government would have interpreted the list of rights in the Bill of Rights as setting a strict limit on the possible rights that American citizens could enjoy.
Constitutional scholars of both the traditionalist and liberal views would agree that "Ninth Amendment rights"
A. accommodate shifts in cultural values with respect to issues affecting human rights
B. cannot serve as the basis of legal decisions
C. are directly reflected in our understanding of who can and can't vote
D. are not stated explicitly in the Bill of Rights
E. extend the idea of Natural Rights Theory
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