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GMAT Quick Math And Formulas

Subjects : gmat, math
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. 1/8






2. 18^2






3. √25+16 = √41






4. Express 9^1/2 as a radical






5. 2/5






6. (a+b)^2 =






7. 1/6






8. 11^2






9. 2^9






10. 3^5






11. 17^2






12. 15^2






13. √ 2






14. √ 6






15. Examples of roots simplification






16. to multiple powers (or raise a power to a power)






17. 6^4






18. 1/4






19. 5^4






20. 5^5






21. a negative number raised to an odd power...






22. Simplifying a root






23. 4^3






24. 6^5






25. 1/12






26. 2^6






27. √ 4






28. 1/20






29. 4^5






30. 1/2






31. A^2-B^2






32. 4^4






33. Prime Numbers between 1 - 100 (total of 25)






34. (a-b)^2 =






35. 2^7






36. 2^8






37. to divide powers with the same base...






38. 3/4






39. 2^3






40. Multiples of 15






41. Express 8^1/3 as a radical






42. 19^2






43. 5/6






44. √ 169






45. a negative number raised to an even power...






46. 6^3






47. 2^2






48. √ 625






49. 1/6






50. Multiples of 8