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  GMAT OG 2020 CR新题

  CR07651.01 easy

  Executives at the Fizzles Beverage Company plan to boost profits in Country X on their range of fruit-flavored drinks by introducing new flavors based on tropical fruits that are little known there. The executives reason that since the fruit drinks of other companies have none of these flavors, Fizzles will not have to compete for customers and thus will be able to sell the drinks at a higher price.

  Which of the following, if true, presents the most serious potential weakness of the plan?

  A.The new fruit drinks would be priced significantly higher than other Fizzles fruit drinks with more conventional flavors.

  B.In a telephone survey, at least one of the consumers contacted said that they preferred many of the new flavors to all of the more familiar flavors.

  C.To build widespread demand for the new flavors, Fizzles would have to launch an advertising campaign to familiarize consumers with them.

  D.Consumers choosing among fruit-flavored drinks of different brands generally buy on the basis of name recognition and price rather than the specific fruit flavor.

  E.Few consumers who are loyal to a specific brand of fruit-flavored drinks would willingly switch

  to another brand that costs more.

  答案 D

  Evaluation of a Plan

  Situation Fizzle Beverage Company's executives plan to offer drinks with tropical fruit flavors that are little known in Country X in the hope that doing so will boost profits in that country. They reason that because their competitors in that country do not offer drinks with these flavors, Fizzle will be able to sell the drinks at a premium price.

  Reasoning What casts the most doubt on the claim that the executive's plan will effectively allow them to sell fruit-flavored drinks at a higher price? The executives believe that the lack of a direct competitor to these drinks will allow the company to sell the drinks for a higher price. But any information indicating that something other than the specific fruit flavor of the drink drives sales of fruit-flavored drinks would cast doubt on the plan.

  Correct. The plan depends on consumers wanting the drinks because of their unique, unfamiliar flavors, and being willing to pay a higher price for them because of their uniqueness in the market. If price (presumably a lower one) and name recognition, rather than the specific fruit flavor, are what generally drive sales, then it seems unlikely that the executives’ plan will succeed.

  CR11741.01 easy

  Editorial: Our city's public transportation agency is facing a budget shortfall. The fastest growing part of the budget has been employee retirement benefits, which are exceptionally generous. Unless the budget shortfall is resolved, transportation service will be cut, and many transportation employees will lose their jobs. Thus, it would be in the employees’ best interest for their union to accept cuts in retirement benefits.

  Which of the following is an assumption the editorial's argument requires?

  A.The transportation employees’ union should not accept cuts in retirement benefits if doing so would not be in the employees’ best interest.

  B.The only feasible way for the agency to resolve the budget shortfall would involve cutting transportation service and eliminating jobs.

  C.Other things being equal, it is in the transportation employees’ interest to have exceptionally generous retirement benefits.

  D.Cutting the retirement benefits would help resolve the agency's budget shortfall.

  E.The transportation employees’ union will not accept cuts in retirement benefits if doing so will not allow more transportation employees to keep their jobs.

  正确答案:D Argument Construction

  Situation An editorial indicates that the fastest growing part of a particular city's public transportation agency's budget is employee retirement benefits. The agency's budget has a shortfall. If the shortfall is not resolved, transportation service will be cut and many of the employees will lose their jobs.

  Reasoning What must be true if we are to accept the editorial's conclusion, that it is in the employee's best interest to accept cuts in retirement benefits? If cutting the employees’ retirement benefits would not be sufficient to resolve the budget shortfall, then it may well not be in employees’ best interest to accept such cuts. The reasons given for accepting the cuts are related to the undesirable consequences of a continued shortfall.

  Correct. If cutting retirement benefits would not help resolve the agency's budget shortfall, then cutting those benefits would not help the employees avoid job cuts.

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  SC 2020 OG 新题 (13 题)

  SC11850.01(131)medium

  Although the rise in the Producer Price Index was greater than expected, most analysts agreed that the index was unlikely to continue going up and that inflation remained essentially under control.

  A.that the index was unlikely to continue going up and that inflation remained

  B.that it was unlikely for the index continuing to go up and for inflation to remain

  C.that the index was unlikely to continue to go up, with inflation to remain

  D.on the unlikelihood that the index would continue going up and that inflation remained

  E.on the unlikelihood that the index would continue to go up and for inflation to remain

  正确答案 A

  Rhetorical Construction; Verb Form

  The given sentence is a better version than any of its variants. The analysts agreed on two points, each expressed in a noun clause, with each clause introduced by that. The first point of agreement is on a prediction, the second on a determination of fact. Each of these noun clauses is an object of the verb agreed. There is a rhetorically valuable parallelism between the two clauses, a parallelism not preserved, however, in three of the four variants. Note also that when a past-tense verb takes a that-clause as its object, the tense of that clause should be past (e.g., was, remained).

  Correct. As noted above, this preserves an important parallelism and correctly uses a past-tense verb in each of the noun clauses.

  SC12710.01(133)easy

  When working with overseas clients, an understanding of cultural norms is at least as important as grasping the pivotal business issues for the global manager.

  A.When working with overseas clients, an understanding of cultural norms is at least as important as grasping the pivotal business issues for the global manager.

  B.When they work with overseas clients, understanding cultural norms is at least of equivalent importance to grasping the pivotal business issues for the global manager.

  C.For global managers working with overseas clients, understanding cultural norms is at least as important as grasping the pivotal business issues.

  D.For global managers working with overseas clients, an understanding of cultural norms is at least as important to them as grasping the pivotal business issues.

  E.Global managers working with overseas clients find an understanding of cultural norms to be

  equally important to grasping the pivotal business issues.

  正确答案:C

  Idiom; Rhetorical Construction; Logical Predication

  The sentence compares the relative importance of two kinds of understanding that are important for global managers working with overseas clients: understanding of cultural norms and grasping the pivotal business issues. The sentence and its variants seem intended to assert that the first is at least as important as the second. The idiomatic usage as important as is the most effective way to make the comparison, but some of the variants do not make it in this way. In the given sentence, the initial phrase when … clients, by virtue of its position, should modify the main subject of the sentence, an understanding of cultural norms, but that reading is untenable and results in a logical- predication error. The adverbial modifier for the global manager is not well placed to make clear that it modifies the adjective important.

  Correct. The initial adverbial phrase for global … clients signals clearly that it modifies the adjective important. The comparison is made clearly and idiomatically.

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  OG 2020 PS(共 5 题)

  PS40602.01 (227)Medium

  On a scale drawing, a rectangle 1 inch by 113 inches represents the floor of a room and the indicated scale is 1 inch equals 15 feet. How many square tiles 6 inches on a side will be needed to cover this floor? (1 foot = 12 inches)

  A.40

  B.70

  C. 120

  D. 700

  E. 1,200

  正确答案:E

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  OG 2020 DS(共 58 题)

  DS00602.01(5)Medium

  A certain painting job requires a mixture of yellow, green, and white paint. If 12 quarts of paint are needed for the job, how many quarts of green paint are needed?

  1.The ratio of the amount of green paint to the amount of yellow and white paint combined needs to be 1 to 3.

  2.The ratio of the amount of yellow paint to the amount of green paint needs to be 3 to 2.

  A.Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

  B.Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

  C.BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

  D.EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

  E.Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are not sufficient.

  正确答案:A

  DS01602.01(20)Easy

  Is the integer x a 3-digit integer?

  1. x is the square of an integer. 2. 90 < x < 150

  A.Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

  B.Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

  C.BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

  D.EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

  E.Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are not sufficient.

  正确答案:C

  DS04602.01 (48)Easy

  If R, S, and T are points on a line, and if R is 5 meters from T and 2 meters from S, how far is S from T ?

  1.R is between S and T.

  2.S is to the left of R, and T is to the right of R.

  A.Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

  B.Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

  C.BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

  D.EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

  E.Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are not sufficient.

  正确答案;D

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