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  Mathematical Equations and Expressions

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  The revised Quantitative Reasoning section contains four types of questions: Multiple-choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice Multiple-choice Questions — Select One or More Answer Choices Numeric Entry Questions

  Quantitative Comparison Questions

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  Multiple-Choice Questions — Select One Answer Choice

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  Sample Questions

  Directions: Select a single answer choice. Sample question 1 below is based on figure 1.

  Figure 1

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  Figure 1 is a circle with center C.Two diameters of the circle are drawn, dividing the circle into 4 sectors. Two nonadjacent sectors are shaded, and the central angle of one of the unshaded sectors measures 160 degrees.

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  1. Figure 1 above shows a circle with center C and radius 6. What is the sum of the areas of the two shaded regions?