Quant 2nd Edition – PS Questions 101-110

Question 101 – “A corporation….”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 102 – “In the coordinate…”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 103 – “If a, b, and c….”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 104 – “If x+y…”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 105 – “On the number line…”

OG Explanation is okay.    It might be easier to pick numbers.   Let r=0 and s=4.   Since p is halfway between r and s, p=2.    Since t is halfway between p and r, t=1.   Plugging these numbers in, we get the answer to be 3.   The answer is D.

Question 106 – “If x and y…”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 107 – “If 3/x….”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 108 – “17^3….”

OG Explanation is fine.

Question 109 – “Which of the following….”

OG Explanation is okay.   For a number to yield an integer when divided by 10 is the same as saying that the number is divisible by 10.

Choice A:  Two odd integers could as 3+7=10

Choice B: 0 and -10 are divisible by 10.

Choice C: 2(5)=10

Choice D: 9+10+11=30

Choice E: an odd integer cannot end in 0.   An integer must end in 0 if it is divisible by 10.   (It also must be even to be divisible by 0, thus an odd integer is never divisible by 10).

Thus, the answer is E.

Question 110 – “A certain clock….”

OG Explanation is fine.


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