Exam anxiety is quite normal and can often make you feel like you aren't ready. Preparing for your GRE Math test is no different. Below we have included GRE Math practice questions. These will assist in practicing with a few problem questions you may need to answer. Practicing these mathematics questions will:

- Improve your performance and confidence
- Increase your ability to solve challenging problems and save time.
- GRE Math practice will place you in an advantageous position to grasp and solve all concepts.

A wide area of mathematics is covered in GRE math testing. Therefore, practice is essential to succeed in the GRE math test.

Always evaluate your responses after each GRE Math practice to determine where you've gone wrong while answering specific questions. You'll comprehend the questions better by reading the GRE Math practice explanations below.

The circle graph below shows the results of a survey taken of people who want a career working with animals.

If 400 people were surveyed, how many people chose to be animal trainers?

- 36
- 40
- 45
- 360
- 364

**Answer:** 36

x = 400 × 9%

x = 400 × 0.09 = 400 × 9/100 = 36

A survey on popular ice cream flavors in a school cafeteria is displayed in the bar graph.

Which percent of students chose flavors in the top 2 categories?

- 25%
- 35%
- 50%
- 55%
- 60%

**Answer:** 50%

The number of students who chose chocolate and chocolate chip was divided by the total number of students in the survey.

20 + 5 + 26 + 23 + 13 + 20 = 107

Top 2 flavors

26 + 23 = 49

49/107 ≈ 50%, slightly less than half the students chose chocolate or chocolate chip.

In Canada, the cost of producing electricity accounted for 30% of all energy costs in a single year. How much was spent on the production of power if $30 billion was spent on energy?

**Answer:** 30% of the money spent on energy is given by 30% * 30 = 9.

One pen costs $0.25, and one marker costs $0.35. What is the total cost of 18 pens and 100 markers at those prices?

**Answer:** $39.5

$0.25 * 18 = $4.5 + $0.35 * 100 = $39.5

A jar containing 60 hard candies comes in 22 black, 18 blue, 11 orange, 5 maroon, and 4 violet hues. Consider that only one hard candy needs to be selected at random. The likelihood that the candy won't be either maroon or violet would then be what?

- 0.09
- 0.15
- 0.54
- 0.85
- 0.91

**Answer:** 0.85

There are 4 violet candies and 5 maroons, 51 of which were neither violet nor maroon. The probability of selecting one of these is 51 out of 60. 51/60 = 0.85.

What is the value of x if 8x+64 = 8-6x?

- -4
- -56
- 12
- 7
- 4

**Answer:** -4

Thus, the following step is 8x+6x = -64+8. The subsequent step is, therefore, 14x = -56 and x = -4. Thus, the correct response is a) -4.

When 3x2 + tx- 21 = (3x - 3)(x + 7) what is the value of t?

- 18
- -3
- 21
- 24
- 18

**Answer:** 18

Use the method of FOIL (First, Outside, Inside, Last):

(3x - 3) (x + 7) = 3x2 +21x - 3x - 21 = 3x2 +18x -21 so t = 18

The speed of light is 3.00 108 meters per second. How many kilometers per hour does the speed of light translate in scientific notation?

- Quantity A is greater
- The two quantities are equal
- Quantity B is greater
- The relationship cannot be determined

**Answer:** Quantity A is greater.

Rewrite quantity B so that it has the same base as quantity A. 49−3 can be rewritten as (72)−3, which is equivalent to 7−6. We can compare the two quantities. 7−5 is greater than 7−6.

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