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Quantity A is now x − 5 and quantity B is now 0. Add 5 to both quantities. A is now x and B is now 5. x is deﬁned as between −1 and 1. Therefore, it is less than 5. 16 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions 52. d. The relationship cannot be determined. 5. 5, quantity B is greater. If x = 6, quantity A is 62 + 1 = 36 + 1 = 37 and quantity B is 6 + 1 = 7. Quantity A is greater when x = 6. x x 53. a. ᎏxᎏ always equals 1. Since x < y and x is positive, ᎏyᎏ < 1. 54. b. If 70% of students passed, 30% of students failed.

C. Create a factor tree to help visualize the factors of 122 and 503. The only distinct prime factors of 123 are 3 and 2. The only distinct prime factors of 503 are 5 and 2. Since they both have 2 distinct prime factors, the quantities are equal. 94. b. 3 20 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions 95. c. |−83| = 83 and |83| = 83 96. d. The relationship cannot be determined. 1 = −450. In this example, quantity A is greater. If r = −5, 45(−5) = −225 and ᎏ−45ᎏ5 = −9. In this example, quantity B is greater.

93. c. Create a factor tree to help visualize the factors of 122 and 503. The only distinct prime factors of 123 are 3 and 2. The only distinct prime factors of 503 are 5 and 2. Since they both have 2 distinct prime factors, the quantities are equal. 94. b. 3 20 501 Quantitative Comparison Questions 95. c. |−83| = 83 and |83| = 83 96. d. The relationship cannot be determined. 1 = −450. In this example, quantity A is greater. If r = −5, 45(−5) = −225 and ᎏ−45ᎏ5 = −9. In this example, quantity B is greater.

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