# (engl.) GMAT data sufficiency practice questions (Chapter 2, Part 3) von Robert Kuehl ### Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „(engl.) GMAT data sufficiency practice questions (Chapter 2, Part 3) “ von Robert Kuehl ist Bestandteil des Kurses „GMAT-Training“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

• Introduction to data sufficiency
• How to solve data sufficiency
• Data Sufficiency Question 1 (easy)
• Data Sufficiency Question 2 (easy)
• Data Sufficiency Question 3 (easy)
• Data Sufficiency Question 4 (easy)
• Data Sufficiency Question 5 (easy)
• Data Sufficiency Question 6 (medium)
• Data Sufficiency Question 7 (medium)
• Data Sufficiency Question 8 (medium)
• Data Sufficiency Question 9 (medium)
• Data Sufficiency Question 10 (medium)
• Data Sufficiency Question 11 (hard)
• Data Sufficiency Question 12 (hard)
• Data Sufficiency Question 13 (hard)
• Data Sufficiency Question 14 (hard)
• Data Sufficiency Question 15 (hard)
• Data Sufficiency Question 16 (hard)

### Quiz zum Vortrag

1. Data Sufficiency questions always have 5 response options.
2. Data Sufficiency questions are about finding a detail, which helps to solve the question.
3. Data Sufficiency questions demand new solving techniques.
4. Data Sufficiency questions are only about estimating the result.
1. B, C and E
2. A, D and E
3. A and D
4. C and E
1. The sum
2. The count of numbers
3. The parameter
4. The mean
1. 10,05
2. 10,5
3. 10,25
4. 10,02
1. 8
2. 7
3. 1/8
4. 0,87
5. 8,7
1. Yes, 15% of 118\$ are 17,7\$.
2. Yes, 15% of 118\$ are 17,4\$.
3. No, 15% of 118\$ are 20,5\$.
4. No, 15% of 118\$ are 20,7\$.
1. 3
2. 2
3. 4
4. 5
1. 2
2. 3
3. 4
4. 5
1. 102,3
2. 102,32
3. 102,2
4. 102,23
1. Less than 2 minutes
2. 2-3 minutes
3. 3-4 minutes
4. 4-5 minutes
1. 1/5 of all Data Sufficiency questions
2. 20% of all Data Sufficiency questions
3. Half of all Data Sufficiency questions
4. Only 5-10% of all Data Sufficiency questions
5. 40% of all Data Sufficiency questions

### Dozent des Vortrages (engl.) GMAT data sufficiency practice questions (Chapter 2, Part 3) ### Robert Kuehl

Robert wurde in New Jersey geboren und unterrichtet seit über 10 Jahren. Auf Basis seiner langjährigen Lehrerfahrung hat Robert den Englischteil des GMAT-Trainings entwickelt und seine Vorträge sind nun als Bestandteil des Kursprogramms verfügbar. Als studierter Ingenieur kommt Robert außerdem extrem gut mit Zahlen zurecht, was ihn in den letzten Jahren dazu brachte, anderen dabei zu helfen, die Mathe-Aufgaben im GMAT-Test zu knacken.

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