# Free GRE Practice Questions

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ID: GRE-SMQ-14
Section: Quantitative Reasoning - Multiple Choice with one or more answer
Topics: Ratio and Proportion; Continued ratio
Difficulty level: Challenging

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If the ratio of the number of Grade IX students to the number of Grade X students is $5 : 3$ and the ratio of the number of Grade X students to the number of Grade XI students is $6 : 1$, which of the following could be the total number of Grade IX, Grade X, and Grade XI students?

Indicate all such values.

[ Note: Select one or more answer choices ]

A100
B102
C289
D306
E400
F456