GRE : Quantitative Comparison Problem
This is the Quantitative Comparison Problem-4.Understand the basic mathematical principles behind this problem and other problems.
On a trip, Marie drove 200 miles in 5 hours using gasoline that cost her $1.49 per gallon.
Column A : Marie’s average speed for the trip in miles per hour
Column B : Marie’s gas mileage for the trip in miles per gallon
The total number of miles driven by Marie in 5 hours is 200.
The average speed is 200/5 = 40 miles/hour.
So, A = 40.
B can not be calculated because the total number of gallons consumed by the car for the trip is not given.
So, it is not possible to compare A and B.
Therefore D is the answer.
This is the Quantitative Comparison Problem.Understand the basic mathematical principles behind this problem and other problems.
Go to The Next Problem
Go to The Previous Problem
Go to The GRE-Model Questions Index
From Quantitative Comparison Problem-4 to HOME PAG