# Quantitative Comparison

The quantitative comparison questions test the ability to reason quickly and accurately about the relative sizes of two quantities or to perceive that not enough information is provided to make such a comparison.

To solve a quantitative comparison problem, you must compare the quantities that are given in two columns, Column A and Column B, and decide whether one quantity is greater than the other, whether the two quantities are equal, or whether the relationship cannot be determined from the information given. Information about the two quantities is given in the columns themselves or may be centered above the columns.

### Directions

You are to compare the quantity in Column A with the quantity in Column B and decide whether:
(A) The quantity in Column A is greater.
(B) The quantity in Column B is greater.
(C) The two quantities are equal.
(D) The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.

### Sample Questions

Here are some examples with the correct answers indicated according to the following answer choices.
1. The quantity in Column A is greater.
2. The quantity in Column B is greater.
3. The two quantities are equal.
4. The relationship cannot be determined from the information given.
Question 1
Column A
35
Column B
17
A
Question 2
Column A
Number of odds between 1 and 10
Column B
Number of evens between 1 and 10
C

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