Following mentioned are the Data Sufficiency Questions for GMAT

Time Duration: 30 minutes.

Directions to solve: Each of the following given problems consist of a question and two statements which are marked as (1) and (2). Kindly use the data mentioned in (1) and (2) together with the other given information like the number of hours in a day, the definition of clockwise, mathematical facts, etc to figure out whether the statements are sufficient to answer the question or not.

All the numbers that have been used in this section are real numbers. A figure for a problem is basically given to provide information consistent with that in the question, not essentially with the additional information quoted in the statements.

  1. How many degrees Celsius is 100° Fahrenheit? Degrees Celsius = 5/9 (degrees Fahrenheit) -32 Degrees Fahrenheit = 9/5 (degrees Celsius) + 32

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  2. What is the area of the shaded part of the circle? O is the center of the circle. The radius of the circle is 4. x is 60.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  3. What was Mr. Kliman's income in 1970? His total income for the year 1968, 1969, and 1970 was $41, 000. He made 20% more in 1969 than he did in 1968.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  4. If I and J are straight lines, Then find y. x = 100 & z = 80

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  5. Is X > Y (X + Y)? 2 > 0 X is positive

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  6. How long will it take to travel from A to B? It takes 4 hours to travel from A to B and back to A, It takes 25% more time to travel from A to B than it does to travel from B to A. C is midway between A and B, and it takes 2 hours to travel from A to C and back to A

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  7. Did ABC Company make a profit in 1980? ABC Company made a profit in 1979. ABC Company made a profit in 1981.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  8. Did the price of a bushel of soybeans increase during every week of 1980? The price of a bushel of soybeans was $2 on January 1, 1980. The price of a bushel of soybeans was $4 on January 1, 1981.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  9. Fifty students have signed up for at least one of the courses German I and English I, How many of the 50 students are taking German I but not English I? 16 students are taking German I and English I. The number of students taking English I but not German I is the same as the number taking German I but not English I.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.

  10. The XYZ Corporation has 7, 000 employees. What is the average yearly wage of an employee of the XYZ Corporation? 4, 000 of the employees are executives. The total amount the company pays in wages each year is $77, 000, 000.

    1. if you can get the answer from (1) alone but not from (2) alone

    2. if you can get the answer from (2) alone but not from (1) alone

    3. if you can get the answer from (1) and (2) together, although neither statement by itself suffices

    4. if statement (1) alone suffices and statement (2) alone suffices

    5. if you cannot get the answer form statements (1) and (2) together, but need even more data.