Must solve GMAT practice questions in Geometry. The following topics are covered in the GMAT quant section from Geometry:
In the figure given below, ABC and CDE are two identical semi-circles of radius 2 units. B and D are the mid points of the arc ABC and CDE respectively. What is the area of the shaded region?
a, b, and c are sides of a right triangle. What is the area of the triangle?
Is the triangle ABC right angled at B an isosceles triangle?
Rectangle ABCD is constructed in the xy-plane so that sides AB and CD are parallel to the x-axis. Both the x and y coordinates of all four vertices of the rectangle are integers. How many rectangles can be constructed if x and y coordinates satisfy the inequality 11 < x < 29 and 5 ≤ y ≤ 13?
Does the line L whose equation is y = mx + c cut the x-axis in the positive direction of x-axis?
If y = (x - p)(x - q), is the sum of integers p and q positive?
In right triangle ABC, what is the ratio in which point D divides the hypotenuse AC? BD is perpendicular to AC.
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