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GRE Quant: Select one or more choices


Directions: 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 may be just one of the choices or as many as all of the choices, depending on the question.
  • No credit is given unless you select all of the correct choices and no others.

If the question specifies how many answer choices to select, select exactly that number of choices.

Practice Questions in 'Select one or more choices'

  1. For which of the following events will the number of outcomes exceed 50?
    Indicate all such events.
    1. The number of outcomes in which at least three heads appears in 6 consecutive tosses of a fair coin.
    2. The number of outcomes in which the sum of the digits that appear on the facing side is odd when a fair die rolled thrice.
    3. The number of outcomes in which the two cards drawn from a pack of well shuffled cards are both red and face cards.
    4. The number of outcomes in which the vowels appear together when the letters of the word 'PRIORITY' are reordered.
    5. The number of ways of posting 6 different letters in 2 different post boxes such that at least one letter is posted in each of the boxes.
    6. The number of ways of selecting at least one Indian and at least one American for a debate from a group comprising 3 Indians and 4 Americans and no one else.
  2. The area for which of the following will necessarily be more than 50 square units
    Indicate all such answers.
    1. Circle whose perimeter is 22 units.
    2. Parallelogram whose adjacent sides measure 20 units and 10 units.
    3. Rhombus whose perimeter is 52 units.
    4. Rectangle whose perimeter is 50 units.
    5. Square whose perimeter is 32 units.
    6. Right triangle whose hypotenuse measures 17 units.

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