## GRE Geometry | Three – Dimensional Figures

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 »

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 »

In algebraic expression xm, x is the base and m is the exponent. For all positive number of x except x=1, if an equation contain… Read More »

In mathematics, a linear equation is an equation that may be put in the form, a1x1 +……….. + anxn + b = 0 Where x1,… Read More »

Polygons: The word polygon is derived from the Greek word polugonon, here poly means many and gons means angles. Polygons can be defined as a… Read More »

A Circle is a 2-dimensional figure. It is a closed figure in which boundary is equidistant from the centre and distance from the centre to… Read More »

A quadrilateral is a 2 – D shape which contain 4 sides. It consist of four sides, four angles and four vertices. Different type of… Read More »

Fraction is the number in the form of numerator/denominator, where numerator and denominator are the integers and denominator ≠ 0. Numerator and denominator are a… Read More »

Triangle is one of the basic 2-D shapes in geometry. It consists of three angles, three side and three vertices, e.g., On the basis of… Read More »

The Ratio is the measure of the relative quantity of two or more than two entity. It is often expressed in terms of the fraction,… Read More »

There is a different type of numbers: natural number, real number, whole number, integers etc. Integers are the numbers -1, -2, -3, -4, 1, 2,… Read More »

Percent is combination of two words per which means for each and cent means hundred. So, percent means some quantity for each hundred quantity. It… Read More »

A number can be expressed in terms of base and its powers or exponent or index (Number = Baseexponent). The base of a number can… Read More »

The value of a digit can be determined by using its digit, position of digit in the number and base of the given number system.… Read More »

The Quantitative Reasoning Section is the most scoring section of GRE. This section evaluates the aspirants on their basic mathematical concepts of algebra and geometry.… Read More »

The Verbal Section is considered to be the most difficult section among the aspirants in GRE. This section aims to check the aspirant’s ability of… Read More »