# Tag Archives: GMAT Challenge Question

### March 26, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a critical reasoning question. At its simplest, proponents of a longer copyright term argue that the additional potential revenue stream will act as an incentive and encourage the …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a critical reasoning question.

At its simplest, proponents of a longer copyright term argue that the additional potential revenue stream will act as an incentive and encourage the production of additional creative works.

Which of the following, if true, casts most doubt on the conclusion of this argument?

- With the advent of the internet infringement of copyright is likely to increase in future.
- Consumers benefit from the management of creative works by copyright owners and their agents, which term extension would facilitate further still.
- Many copyright creators make decisions using purely ‘rational’ criteria such as how much revenue it will generate for them.
- Consumers demand and enjoy copyrighted works as much if not more than works in the public domain.
- Additional incentive that would be created by a term extension is miniscule when the value of that extension is brought into present dollars.

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### March 19, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a data sufficiency question. Work out which of the statements 1 and 2 are required to answer the question. A car hire firm charges $30 a day plus …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a data sufficiency question.

Work out which of the statements 1 and 2 are required to answer the question.

A car hire firm charges $30 a day plus a x cents for each mile travelled over 30 miles a day. How many cents per mile does the car hire firm charge after the first 30 miles?

- The cost of hiring the car for one day in which it travelled 100 miles was $51.
- The cost of hiring the car to travel 120 miles in one day was $6 more than hiring the car to travel 100 miles.

- Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient
- Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient
- BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient
- EACH statement ALONE is sufficient
- Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient

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### March 12, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question. Labeling machine A working alone takes 1 minute to put labels on 100 cans and labeling machines A and B working together take 45 …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question.

Labeling machine A working alone takes 1 minute to put labels on 100 cans and labeling machines A and B working together take 45 seconds to put labels on 100 cans. How long would it take machine B working alone to put labels on 100 cans?

- 25 seconds
- 1 minute 45 seconds
- 2 minutes
- 2 minutes 30 seconds
- 3 minutes

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### March 12, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question. Labeling machine A working alone takes 1 minute to put labels on 100 cans and labeling machines A and B working together take 45 …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question.

Labeling machine A working alone takes 1 minute to put labels on 100 cans and labeling machines A and B working together take 45 seconds to put labels on 100 cans. How long would it take machine B working alone to put labels on 100 cans?

- 25 seconds
- 1 minute 45 seconds
- 2 minutes
- 2 minutes 30 seconds
- 3 minutes

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### March 5, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question. The figure above shows a circular pond with it’s center at O, surrounded by a circular path that is 3 feet wide. If the …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a problem solving question.

The figure above shows a circular pond with it’s center at O, surrounded by a circular path that is 3 feet wide. If the area of the path is

square feet then what is the radius of the pond in feet?

- 8
- 9
- 10
- 11
- 12

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### February 26, 2009

## GMAT Challenge Question

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a data sufficiency question. Work out which of the statements 1 and 2 are required to answer the question. A circular archery target contains a circular bull’s eye, …

This week’s GMAT challenge from PrepForTests.com is a data sufficiency question.

Work out which of the statements 1 and 2 are required to answer the question.

A circular archery target contains a circular bull’s eye, shaded grey in the diagram above. If an arrow is equally likely to hit any point on the archery target what is the probability that the point at which it hits the target is within the bulls eye?

- The archery target has a radius of 75cm
- The radius of the bull’s eye is one fifth the radius of the archery target

- Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient
- Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient
- BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient
- EACH statement ALONE is sufficient
- Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient

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