## Which is better, the GRE or the GATE?

A lot of second and third year engineering students who want to pursue higher education have this dilemma whether to give GRE or GATE exam.… Read More »

- GRE Data Analysis | Data Interpretation Examples
- Which is better, the GRE or the GATE?
- GRE Data Analysis | Numerical Methods for Describing Data
- GRE Algebra | Coordinate Geometry
- GRE Algebra | Applications
- GRE Data Analysis | Distribution of Data, Random Variables, and Probability Distributions
- GRE Data Analysis | Methods for Presenting Data
- GRE Data Analysis | Counting Methods

A lot of second and third year engineering students who want to pursue higher education have this dilemma whether to give GRE or GATE exam.… Read More »

Data Interpretation simply means to understand given data and transforming the same data into the desired property. Data given can be in any form from… Read More »

Data Interpretation Question in GRE will require the knowledge of understanding Data Representation methods. It is very Important to understand data correctly and apply the… Read More »

Counting is the process of determining the number of elements of a finite set of objects. If set contains small number of objects/elements then it… Read More »

In the coordinate geometry, all the points are located on the coordinate plane. Coordinate plane is also called xy-plane. The concepts of xy-plane are: The… Read More »

Distribution of Data: The distribution of a statistical data set (or a population) is a listing or function showing all the possible values (or intervals)… Read More »

Data can be described numerically by various statistics, or statistical measures. These statistical measures are often grouped in 3 categories: 1. Measures of central tendency… Read More »

Algebra and its application cover a large chunk of the quantitative reasoning part of the GRE test paper. This is due to the fact that… Read More »

Lines: A Line is a one-dimensional geometrical figure having negligible breadth extending infinitely in both directions. A line may be straight or curved. A straight… Read More »

A linear inequality is an inequality which involves a linear function and contains the following symbols: < less than > greater than ≤ less than… Read More »

In algebra, a quadratic equation can be written in the form: ax2 + bx + c = 0 where x is the variable and a,… Read More »

An algebraic expression consist one variable is used to define a function of that variable. For example, the expression 2y – 7 can be used… Read More »

Probability is a numerical representation of the chance of occurrence of a particular event. Here the event is the word used to describe any particular… Read More »

An expression contain variables, numbers and operation symbols is called an algebraic expression.Every expression can be written as a single term or sum of terms.… Read More »

An object which has only height and length are called 2-dimensional figures while an abject which has height length and width are called 3-dimensional object.… Read More »