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The quotient of ten and two 4 the quotient of sixty-ﬁve and thirteen 247. One-half of y is x. One-half of z is y. x + y + z = 35. 15 z 248. Two cars leave the same city traveling in opposite directions. Car A is traveling at 60 miles per hour and car B is traveling at 55 miles per hour. the number of hours it takes for the cars to be 460 miles apart 4 39 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions Column A 249. Column B The sum of two consecutive integers is 83. 23 less than three times the smaller integer 16 more than two times the greater integer 250.
The number of buses needed 156. 4 Monique had 68 points correct out of a total of 85 points on her math test. Monique’s percentage grade 157. 163 68% A bus leaves the station traveling at a constant speed of 45 miles per hour. A second bus leaves the same station heading in the same direction one hour later traveling at a constant speed of 50 miles per hour. 8 hours The number of hours after ﬁrst bus left that the buses will pass each other 8 + 2x ᎏxᎏ 158. = 50 1 ᎏ6ᎏ x 5x + 3 = 18 159. 3 x 29 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions Column A Column B x + 4 = −14 160.
1 the slope of line AB 33 10 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions Column A Column B Use the following ﬁgure to answer questions 195–196. 5 (-3,0) B (0,0) A -5 5 C (0,4) -5 195. 5 the length of segment BC 196. the area of triangle ABC 12 197. A circle with center at the origin passes through the point (0,8). 4 the radius of the circle 198. the slope of the line that 2 passes through the points (1,2) and (2,4) 34 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions Column A Column B Use the following ﬁgure to answer questions 199–200.
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