GAT Quantitative questions of this type present two quantities listed in two columns: A and B.
For some items, information concerning one or both of the compared quantities will be centered between the two columns. Your task is to decide which quantity, if any, is greater of the two. If A is greater, choose answer A. If B is greater, choose answer B. If they are equal, choose answer C. If there isn’t enough information to determine, select answer D.
In contrast to the other questions on the examination, which offer five possible answer choices, these questions provide only four possible choices.
Always remember that when you’re working on lengthy written problems to find an answer, there must be an easier way. No problem should involve multiplication or division with large numbers.
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